Abraham Clark High School - Sphinx Yearbook (Roselle, NJ)

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1 Ai :fl N9 x Q,xWWQR ,A Aj' ,,,.,,,x7,insn-If THE 1957 CLARKER Published by the SENUJR CLASS OF ABRAHANICLARK IHGHfSCHOOL Roselle, New Jersey l- Dedlca ted to a Wondelful Captam l-...M The Cllss of 1931 11111111111 dech Cates thls, Cdltlllll of thc CIHILLI to 0111 s11pe1111tL11d111t 'md f11L11d X11 Geolgp F FIL1fCld, upon thg up of 1115 1et11C111e11t 1010111 the Rogclle Pub hc Schools H15 gll1d8.I1C.C and 111H11Q11c0 as tcachel, PIIIICIPZII, and s11pc1111te11 dent haxc 11121110 lllX2llllJ.IJlC 1111p1cs 510115 upon tl1o11sa11ds of students and te-acl1e1s tl11011gl1o11t the XCHIS H15 1111t11111g GH01tS XXCIC t111lx a 'gSe1v1ce to NIa11k111d U I l U V V' .1 . X , ' V , 1 ,Q 'gif A 'U f V4 - , 2' Y K 5 W ,A -1 J .M.,Ql-4 A .ji Q , 5 1 4 . f 1 1 -U-1 v . C 1 . , 1 1 ' " , 1 ' 1 ' ' X . , 1 . . .' A x C .' A . , - . - 1 4 4 1 1' u 1 1 x Pursers QADVISERSJ 6 Magdalen A. Coffee Edward A. Callahan WVe wish to express our sincere thanks and deepest appreciation to our Class advisers, Miss Coffee and Mr. Callahan for their untiring efforts in our behalf. Their friendly guidance and willingness to help, has heen a Constant source of encouragement to all of us. For this we are indeed grateful. he Board of Directors EUGENE I CAFFREY ROLAND T CHARD XVILLIANI K RALTIIISSLX 6 THE BO RD OF EDUCATIO UN WGN ADALBERT vonos FRANK 11 BROWN 45. 'G F LESTER ECKERT HAROLD CUSHIN fiiiw -uf 'Z' .1 XIRS ISABEL k SCOTT LLOXARD XI L SIXIXIOX5 BURTON P LEWIS BA XIEd Secretary and Assxstan' to the Supermtendent Q-- 4 . 9' ' n , 5- f A 4. I l . .- L Q M' Us ,Q 4 : 1 ?f?,,?: Q f 'X ' A ff iw A , fr In A 1 f A ' . , JR. . ' ' 'wr .' f frm 1 S34 "MEET I A I , .lf J ,f A, 'J . . gg 23 ' A -X X., In u 1.4 f -'M .. Q xx 'V' X' A X , V P .vilxllinuiin V x x . F 'ff' -- 5 w 'Wx X ' , R r Li V' A " If A - .- ' f Ls ' ' ff A xi' O 1 T ' 6 Lf V' A ' , X., 7 X 'aw-f . 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H A-5...-29' ALBERT S PEELINC AB AM Principal of the Abraham Clark H :gh School Congratulatlons to the Class of 1957 Your corxtr1but1ons to your school hfne been outstmdmg Your dedlcatlon of thls xeirboolx to the man who has gn en of l1lIT1S6lf so generously to advance the u elflre of our school ind the com murutv of Roselle 15 to be commended XIV elrnest hope lb tlI It you wlll use these good begmmngs is a foundatlon for h IPPW and frlutful In es ALBERT S PEELING The Captazn and The Flrst Mate W QTHE ADMINISTRATIONQ GEORGE F FREIFELD BS MA Superzntcnclent 0 Roselle Puhlzc Schools To the members of the Cllss of 1957 Durmg my high school crreer many slge md edlfymg stltements uttered by my tc Ichers made dup Impressmns on my mmd Among them was 6115 one so llVC th It the last ten yeirs of your llfe w1ll be the best ten yeqrs Th It tlus may prove true for every one of you IS my XV1Sll and my prayer Very s1ncerely yours We ffwm GEORGE F FXREIFELD ft.-:rf I BRENTON STEARNS A B A M if JM I in if CASINIIR V BORK B S M A HELEN B CAVAINAGH B S I A MACDALEN A COFFEE HENRY C DOSCHER B S M Ed ,QQ 47V I-'- E RALPH ARNIINIO B S M A XVALTER A BORK B S A BERNARD H BAUER B A M A CAROLYN BUNCE 49 Q REED CHAPIIN JOSEPH CIRIGNANO BA NIA The Crew DORIS H DADACIX BA NLA ,ai ivx I 615' LAW REIN CE DUBE H INIAN DeIOINCE B A NI A ,ny LILY T FEARNI Is A CHRISTIAN L BERNEKING B S M S EDWARD A CALLAHAN B Ed JOHN VV COEYNIAN B A NI A Jw EQJIJH lx DERREX ERE idk, L B S I A QQ v .2 WILNIAJ L FIELDINC , B, 'D ill! 3 ot.- 'v .5 51, .:,f jg A K xx 1 kr . rf Q vi if T I 4 qv rr, x Q .gp I I A. ., I . 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'Q - ' Q 1 ' F if ,N Kali . manila qu X 3 t , IWW LW GRACE XI NIEHER BA M Ed NIICHAEL E PETRISIN 4? 9 H QTHE FACULTYQ HARRISON NIORSONI KENNETH Xi PETTICRENV THEODORE NIUHAYV B 5 I A 6410 'Y RUTH D PRISK 15 555 MADELINE D NIESSNER NIERLE B NIURPHY BS MA kr -f EDNIONID C REID Wu.. ORIAN E RICE B S M S EDNA C SCOTT B S M A REGINA STEFAN BETTY LEE VVATSON 'ff' FRANK ZAKANYCH B A vi' 10 - A EARL B ROSECRANS B S M A CARL SMALL B A M A THONIAS G STEVENS B S M Ed DOROTHY L XVHITENACK BS XIBA G' 1 I , EILEEN FREY R N DONALD R SCHAFFER B A M Ed IQ. I has MARY B SPRING MEYER TARLOWE B S Ed M F6112 ETHEL M WHITE 'Sn ? IANICE SCHNIALBERC IEANI SLENKER B S M A MARGERY E TAYLOR RICHARD C YOUNG R B s Ed M VIVIAN BAIRD 1 A SK Q 1. yg gf Q 3, if ,,- , 'Q x ' R 5 gs f -5. C. . :er , 1 ,, 41 K gxm , , W K 'L X Ru . .,' . . . ., . . BIS. ' -n - - ,I as S . Sv. I SBST -. A e , -F4 Q.. ' Azz., 251 B.A. A . ., ' . . . ., . f. B.A: ,YO X L' 1 .I 1 in K , , .QKL-,"X, B,S, , ,,., , , , fl ' . ., L. . N V a r if fi an M K . BESSIE D RIDDICK 1911 1956 IN IVIEMORIAIVI MARION ELLIS 1939 1955 Editor-in-Chief .....,...... XValter Krakowiecki Assistant Editors-in-Chief .......... Norma Frauendorf Ann Jenkyns Literary Editor ....... ........ F rank Spezzano Assistant ...............,............ Nancy Murphy Stag: Jean Ellen Barr, Phyllis Ginsberg, Joan Hoeffler, Mary Lenartl, Gail Mur- ray, Anthony Staton. Business Manager . ........ ......... L ouis Grob Assistant ...,..............,.,........... Mary Dugan Stag: Judith Christiansen, John Fornaclel, John James, Monica Krakovesky, Earl Shann. Photography Editor ...iY............, Lore Graber Assistant ...............s,,........,....... Irma Voros Stag: Roberta Krastin, Linda Larmer. Art Editor ...s,...,,s....,t........... Dolores Sutter Stag: Sandra Ensminger, Alan Melvor, Joseph Roman. Sports Editors .it,s ii.....,..... B Iary Otto Ronald Lacz Typing Editors ......,..is..s.. Carol Ann Guyer J. Ella Hanus Stag: Marilyn Breclen, Patricia Dalessan- clris. Adviser .....,., ,,:::., X Iadeline D. Messner Ass-i.s-tant ...,. ....:....... D oris H. Dalack 12 K , .5 C ff xi!!! Keepers of the Log rlfwvxlty' ' 'ii f,:e:-mag, W: QCLARKER STAFF J . .Mt 1- ' UL! His! Class Passengers QTHE SENIGRSQ Pett Ojjieers QSENIOR CLASS OFFICERSJ FRANK SPEZZANO Preszdent WILLIANI BERNTEKING Vzce Preszdent CAROL GUYER Secretary RICHARD ENRIGHT Treasurer The Stewards 112th GRADE EXECUTIVE BOARD Flrst row left to flght R XIcCl11n I Selest F Spezzlno B Berneklng C Cuyer R I 5pyc,h Thlrd row Xlr Callahan Xllbb Coffee E Clay L Crob I Shamon O A L , 'f:.. a',. ,. z,. 'f,.,',. Enright. Second row: BI. McIntyre, M. Dugan, KI. Argyros, L. Larmcr, 1. Hocfflcr, E. Hanus, . '. ':.." ,."' 1,. ',. ,." . DORIS ANDERSON Her brand 0 rzenclshzp lull last and last hers zs a sort that can never pass Sports Club 11 17 O11-lC.lllb Club 17 DFlIIlCtt1C Club 17 U ue N fb! A1 L ,by ya! ff evra. rf QQNQ IOYC E Greek The pursuzt 0 the perfect then as the pursuzt 0 szeeetness and :H lt Executlve Bofard 9 10 11 17 S1 n Club 9 10 17 ru Sports Club 10 17 DflI11lt1C Club fwg LIAXI BERNEKIXC gi wry dwells where lorzozgdcf s are clone RICHARD BASILE QQ. mmf, 17 Rlchle A Honor S l lx tl L1 e IS a strugnle but not dIl1Bf:, H S1111 COl1llLll a u,c1rfare KQQ Q7 Qj jr II Football 9 ,IV Footblll 10 Intramural Bdblxbtlblll 10 Clif" aff rf IE AN ELLEN B-XRR can Sweet and frzenclly you can bet the nzfest ffzrl we haue :net Llbrlry Ci7llI1L1l9 10 11 17 Forum Club 11 17 Xnlrboolx btlff 17 S-136 ...,v" ANTHONY BL -XNKENI Tom, 1 Iztlle nonsense noze and then zs relzshezl by the best of men Puxd 9 10 11 17 Ll17I'll'V Counul J jr DfllllltlL Club 9 -Xrt Coun ul J 15 . '3 B oh Q 1 ,U 'V Q O7 5 Q ' . uf J' P T L 1 41 I , - O 1 3' - 1 1 , -' 1 V-A , O . ' ,Iwi I ' . -. ",', .' K U ',f' W Lg 1 ' 1 ,l... I f , , J l'bI . nu ,L , 11, 1 L ,fPLiE:. 11192 1 12. ' dl K L ' V ivfflffif-1 1 ' - A A 1 lf' ' ' K .Seq ,Bmw I lsk ' . L , Lg Base- .K . . ,, ' ll ' 10,1, ' fo- if '- ' 11, jf l. . Q cm V r 2g ' 2 ,"' 1 25 1 'ff ' 5, cl- 1- if . X 1 1 gg Q 0 ' Q . , . ""' 71 1 , Q, ll LT 1 1' .L 9 l., - Q . .. ,g S X A , , , L.g ' Q i " A 1 cl. L 1 ' Q , - QW CAROLYN BRADLEY "Babie,' PAUL BOYER ..Hank,, He neecls no foil, but shines by RICHARD BBACH his own proper light. "RiChi' Executive Board 9, 11, Student Coun- For l1e,S fl g00Cl fellow. cil 9g Basketball 9, 10, 11g Football 9, 10,125 Track 115 Band 9 10,,11, L Bowling 11, 125 Intramural Basket- 12, Newspaper Staff 10, I if div" Pball 9, 11. ' rVlJa 1 Lf, Lim 'V K. , ' I L fl Lf' ll W N , A , I , 5' '41 I lb' I' ELL, m 'V . 'I 1 A I by C L ,V ,Vbw , .. 'm.6Ay,, ,f xy. I 1" c 1 fb l lt X E C-,B S . 'J LIARILYN BREDEN RONALD BRESCIA "Bootsiev It's not the size of the woman but the size of her heart. Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Sports Club 10, 115 Savings Plan 11, 125 Comnxerciall Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Student Council 10, 11, 125 Yearbook Staff 124 Twirl- An expert is one wlzo knows more and more about less and less. Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Art Council 10. ing Club 95 Executive Board 9, Mag- azine Campaign 12. all Give thy thoughts no tongue. Cleo Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Choir 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Twirling Club 9, 10. XVILLIAM BUCKXVALD "Buck" Life's race well run, Iife's work well done. Football 9, 11, 12, Track 11, 12. 16 JOHN BURYNSKI alackn A friend, a friend, it's grand to be a friend. Band 9 10 IUDITH ANY CHRISTIANSEN udy Better late than neuerl Sports Club 10 11 Off1Ll"llS Clu 11 Llllflfj Clll111L1l9 10 11 1 nd 9 Bumd 9 10 17 lon Club 9 10 11 17 'Nuxspapcr Stuff 10 'lmrbook Staff 17 17 .A Q, ' ANITA CABALLERO Ylta A smzle zs a passport that would take you anywhere you uant to go Sports Club 17 Archery 17 RONALD CHRISTIE Chrls Merry as the clay 1s long Band 9 10 W 2 'iz' JOHN C ARLEY Tatter Neuer trouble trouble untzl trouble troubles you I V Football 11 I X 'I'r'1clt 10 11 W EUCEN E CLAY Claybrrd A bat of humor zs relzsliecl by the wisest men B1seb1ll9 10 11 17 Footballl V 11 Xarslty 17 frxfflc Squid ecutne Board 17 , . I. ,, 1 1 , Y p , , N . . , . . . , . ' L., 1... X KC Q 9, X, , .. I . ,, , . 'A a' . , , , 2.5 . . -fff . V, .- ,A 1 I -, - 1:1 , .., . . .., Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Ex- V ' J. HI ,, . ' 'wx I , Ig '-'.,"7 b ,J 9 2 ' ' , , ,Q-:JL , Bu 5 1 , ,11, 2.4 ' un Z' -, , 3:41-"'-a ' ,- X S V ' F' I. A1 ' ll X'f ,' . ff f f lilly SHIRLEY COLE OV Shlr fl kes are the cayenne 0 con versatzon and the salt 0 he Lrbrary Councll 9 10 TWl1'llHg Club 9 COIHIHCTCISI Club 9 10 11 12 J Forum Club 10 11 12 bports Club 0 DAVID COLVIN Ho Bo Glue me the ready hancl rather than the ready tongue Ir H Football 9, I V Football 10 18 CALVIN COLEMAN Go where he ulzll a wzse man rs at home Baseball 9 10 11 17 Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 Intra murals 11 PATRICIA COOK Cookre A merry heart goes all day Clee Club 10 11 19 Nhxed Chorus 10 11 12 Nurses Club 11 Offr cmls Club 10 11 Photography Club 10 Sports Club 9 10 II 12 i' QAM VVN 'M-'JUMICHAEL coLFoRD Mrckey Szncerzty plus modesty equals success Ir H Football 9 Ir H Baseball 9 Ir H Basketball 9 I V Footb'1ll10 I V Basketball 10 I V Baseball 10 V'1rs1ty Baseball 11 12 Varslty Foot ball 11 12 Intramural 10 Nlale Chorus 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 10 11 2 MARY ELLEN CORBLEY M1m1 Szlence zs a true rzencl that never betrays Commercial Club 11 Q, I lb Q ' ,V W 1 l y r . i , QM fy W D " J K 1 N , -f -f- x. F M10 ' 1 f I - ' f f- 1 . I j , . ' -'U'-4. , "Calvie,' ' - 315 5 L, , 'ls 7 , dl, 9 : , 1-, l , 5 I ' X ' J 1 1 h- . . f. A 'L ' ', K If you would be loved, love and be lovable. Male Chorus 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 1:25 Executive Board 9. 10, 11, 125 Service Club 9, 10. -323. x of it 5 ft ef r V, . .f V ull" 1 ' 5 5 T-riff ' - A - ."v' ' -'..' ilk! I . , GEORGE CULLEN He who sings frightens away his ills. Male Chorus 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12. 'C"" 147' t!! flfirfgrsqvaflrljd sf. f I . 'ihklic Cl b 5 uclent uncil 11, onor et 11, ' , Sports Clu 11, 12 raffic 'qua 1, 125 News Ja ' ff 9 , Suvi 1' 11, , Che lead 9, 1 Co- Cnptuii 9 'ear k Stal 25 Mag- azine ' lpai fl -5 Cir Ui JOSEPH DiLEO aloe, Life is not a spectacle or a feastg it is a predicament. I. V. Basketball 115 Intramural Sports 11, 125 Forum Club 12. -5131. 11 ily 'f L LYN CURTIS One learns in life to keep silent and draw 0ne's own conclusions. Science Club 9. 1 iv l "Z 'J J' , mi!! 'nf I'-'J fa , , 11,11 X' ,Jf1,,,- if-f . "T -"'J."U' aff U1 1- J I I .., ' . f M JN IUN X Miz QT' I 0 J 'llfi A 5' fi 2 F , LEONARD DUEY "Tony" Nothing is more friendly to a man than a friend in need. Track 10, 11, 125 Cross Country 10. 19 , a 1 I V4 xy, 1, Lt 5,1 .1 Y 'H MARY DUGAN Friendship is the spice of life. Twirling Club 94 Ir. Dramatic Club CSee. 934 Class Vice President 95 Class Treasurer 10g Class Secretary 11g Student Council 9, 10g Commercial Club 9, 10, 11, 12 QV. P. 1215 Honor Society 11, 12 CV. P. 121g Sports Club 11, 1224 Traffic Squad 12g Yearbook Staff 12 fAss't. Bus. Manjg Savings Plan 11 17' Assembly Committee 10. JAMES EDDI ETON 1mm Polzteness goes far yet costs notlzzng Ir H Foothill 9 B nscbnll 9 Buul 9 10 Orchestra 9 10 Nhle Chorus 10 11 17 NIIXLL1 Chorus 10 11 12 Iootbill 11 17 Blslsctblll 11 1 Track 12 '34 'Nr 4 s 'nfizs w 1 , EDXVARD ECKERT ..Ed,, Working for success is spark enough for a man to want suc- cess. Cross Country 9 Tcchmulns Club 11 17 C1'res 7 IERRYDEEN ELLIS Szlence as more muszcal than am sonv Sports Club 10 11 Savings Plln 11 riific Squad 17 ROBERT ECKERT CGBOIJD! That man's silence is wonderful to listen to. MAXINE ELLIS Mac She not only excels zn sports but zs an excellent sport G A C 17 Sports Club 9 10 11 17 Heirbook Staff 17 Officials Club 11 17 Nlvted Chorus .10 11 1 Tuirhng Club 9 10 , -, Z H . . , f 'Q H 5 ' 'a ' j 1 Q' s r 10, , Q '. 11, 11.3. W4 , My my "'.., 1 ja s.,-s I . fy V 1 ' s ' x ' ' J lf. - ,' UJ. yu ' ,ai , F b' I V . 'I me 7 Q .' Q A , g I ' Q 1 , . . . . -, . , , 12g '1 L . 1... . . . , . . . , . , g - . , 5 . z - .' 1 1 a 5-fi 1 -' ' fl n s V3 ' 1 , Lg 1 ' ' X 1 , 2g 'N' 'vhs i7' 1l. , CK F! 4 - . - . ' , ' A' Q - , - - . 2-9 A , , , . V 'I v A . , ' , ' - , ' " ., v -7 .. ', . ' M 2, ,Ag4., gl, -, . ws -v s s In 1 eggs: K". 3.-:les . , an . Clee Club 10, 11, 125 Choir 129 .us 0:41, r- , ' , . . . 'Q' T' ilfam sq, ' :qt-W' 5 -'f , :Ts :f"1w-, ' Q'-'. 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' "7'fi'fT'tf'5' 7' 4 V RICHARD ENRICHT R1C1l16 A merry heart maketh a cheer ul countenance Art Counul 17 Ttgluuums Club L0 17 LX P 175 Xllle Cborudv 11 17 xllXOClClll0I'llN 10 11 1 N 'l wk 11 r l'ootbaill 10 11' X r sxty Footbqll 17 frlffu Skluul 17 Boys State 11 Glass frelsurcr 12 df' IERALDHNE FEXTOX err Sweetness o alzsposztzon charms the soul Lfltm Club 9 10 Sp uusb Club ll Art Councxl 11 21 I SANDRA EINSNIINCER Sandy 1Vhy take lzfe serzously youll neuer Het out alwe Sp.1u1sl1Club 9 10 11 Lxuutnc Bo 1rd 10 1C'll'lJOOlx St lft 17 French Club 17 Art Couuul 17 Sports Club DOINALD FINN EY 1n All thmffs come round to mn who would but walt Band 9 Orchestra 9 ,fffu nw J IYDDBY Always la una always ff always znv so they say nd 9 ucl Orc lLStl'l 9 10 11 17 Brxss Cuur 17 X C lpptll Choir 4 U, u J L 1 ru IU x11Xf,LlC'll0l'llS9 10 11 17 As suubly Cilllllllltltl 9 10 Sports Club 9 1I'L1lLll Club 9 10 Sp 1111811 Club 17 O P 11? EXLf,l1t1Xt, Bom 11 Honor South 11 1' TILIS 17 C1rls Stnte 11 V X FREDERI all Siggglflzv l 611191 I' ootbdll Cb rum lbyyv 1' , f I ,M f v -ff ' 1' f lf" 1, f fb! nj ' xr' 11, 1 flu.. ff A '-51111 4, FJ'-fn-541. Q r- -1 nr ?-silly ' A y Nj fy' 1 L! 1 H ' v 1' ly E , 1 1 ' U' ' 1 A .ll lf . 5 lf l M 1 - ' cv l call' 11 -' 11 f 1. .. :, ' - . I ,g '-- ,X I,' Ir. Bal .3 Bu 9, 10, 11, 125 'M 1 W ' . ' . , ' 'l H 1 ., ,N , Lg a'.,' l 1, ' f , If U ,A 10, 11, eg 1 ,1 -1 , J, 10, , if 1 I VF' 1 t, '- 11, 121 c:1-- Cl 1 .1,10,11, 211' ,L .iff U- H . W . Lg1'.'- 1' x., ,',gg :- V l f 11, 12- Ns , V , 2.1 Ljg . i f 1 ' . . 7 I ' 'A' 1 . H - 1 ., 1 ff., .X .' V, A. , 1 i., .X lg. ., I .M my 5,11 JL 7 tv ww 5 1 1 1, 3 l y UF. ,, V XL ml, ,Lf ' , I. D . . - I' MF 1 1 il NLM 1 He is . ' ' ' . A 1 - Q - 51351111 f w K ' A ' 1's 1 Anwmli, 10 , , gxllflg . .le 1 tv 'Lho y ,12. .8 ll K' 1 .J v 4 . 9 . f ' - . 1 ' ' C l yf Ulf . 1 ul yn ylqyv I V f 1 ILM I. f', X . If - n' wha , 11" UVM up . ,yur K . , 9 . l Q IMAX! .' I lv SAMUEL FORBES "Junior" Humility is tlze solid foundation of all the virtues. K' lXORXI -X FR -XL EN DORF A woman zn earnest ncls means or 1 slze cannot nd creates them French Club 9 10 -Xlt Counul 9 11 17 Nurses Club 11 17 book St lff lksst Ecl 1uCluefJ 17 Tin GEORGE FORNIAW Curly Wlzateuer zs worth domg at all 1s worth cloznv well jx H 1'ootb1ll9 jr X Footb'1ll10 JOSEPH CALINlIS I lzlte work zt fascznates me I can szt and look at zt or lzours IOHN FORNADEL olmny Not by years but by rlzsposztlon zs wzsclom acquired B nc 9 10 11 17 Orglustrn 9 10 moms 4 xllXlll Cl orus 9 10 11 17 'lcnluu L1 ms Club 10 11 17 Boys Stltf. 11 XVILLIAM CEISLER 1 Happmess zs the talent for makzng new friends Ir H 1'o0tball9 IV Footblll 10 HJ ,, cg u n A A l 7. I ' ul-, , ,Ls , ' ' ' ' , 113 124 M1110 Cl I J, 10, 141, 127g I 7 I b 7 7 1.1. , , Al U, , , , lit, li ' 5 45- 5- ..I0e,, rl :A x J c n , KCBDMD, ll ' ' . I . d S V . . 1 Q . . 1 . A 4 in Y mfr ' J ' . 1 . 1 I J! . - fi , .,, ' 'f f , f 7 , i I , ,W xx X ' ja f . , 3 A .' , X V , 4 10, ,i L.: .' ., . ,- L.g Year- X ' X I , Xl X f if f 22 5, V 4 Z' JOHN GEOGHEGAN ohnny Success usually comes to those uho are too busy to look for zt jr H Football 9 jr H Blslatbwll 9 Ir H Baseball 9 Blslretblll 11 0 0 LORE GRABER She has a ne pleasant smzle and a gentle heart Glee Club 10 11 17 Cl1o1r 11 17 Nllxed Chorus 10 11 17 Sports Club 10 11 llbriry C0unc1l9 10 11 17 Spanish Club 11 17 Helrboolx Staff 12 fPhotog,raphy Edl vi 31" if' PHYLLIS CIINSBERG Phy I olks were half as cleuer as she what a pleasant place thzs world would be Student Councrl 11 Lnbr 1ry Counul 9 10 Forum Club 7 10 11 1 Com mercral Club 10 11 17 Helrboolx Staff 12 Sports Club 10 11 Savmgs GERALD GREEW err 'llanner not gold 1S a mans best adornnzent B1seball9 10 11 17 Nfnrslty Bas lxetbnll 11 12 Intr1mur1lBaslxetb1ll J 10 Varsrty Football 17 Traffxc Squad 12 HORACE GIRT Euery act that zs learned be comes a key to other facts Band 9 10 11 12 Chess Club 17 in 1' EDXVIN GREINI speak kmdly does not hurt the tongue Service Club 9 23 i 4 of ' Q nf : x x h Q L' gf' -1 Q .jug lf Q ' 7 EEN . it .fl ,, 1 fl I Y Y N A l n KK 3, 1 1 L Qtr' . . g . . . "" 9 . . 3 Q . f f , . . 5 . Q U. , -Q , , 59 - - , , as 5 A ' ' 9 t , 9 ' 'S Plan 125 Magazme Campaign 12. ll Q! L l I y r L , , ' , 4 fi - -. 1 C- Q "1 9 9 1 7 -'a 1 -' A 'V ' 1 , ' 5 z 1 - " 2 . W! 3 L "I . , , 2-5 Q' , 2-5 ' , . .' , , .Lg 5 . ! 4 1 ,,':.J-' 'v,,,Ls ' l a Ls 1 ' ' , ' r . I ,B L L, X 1 ,. 4 , A , 4 , 1 , n l , , uEdn ' To ' l ff.. xi . ,, W' J' fm. Jr LOUIS CROB lKLOu3, Honest men esteem and value nothing so much in this world 4 HARRIS CUROWITZ' as a real friend. Self-trust is the frst secret Male Chorus 10, 11, 125 Mixed Cho- of Success' rus 10, 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 12, Newspaper Staff 12, Baseball 10, 11g Honor Societ 11 12- Intran xr'i ' y , ', ' n rl Basketball 10, 11. ELLA HANUS It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. Commercial Club 10, 11g Savings Plan 11, 12, Traffic Squad 12 fCo- Capt.Jg Yearbook Staff 12 lTyping Edd, Executive Board 123 Girls' State 11 CAlternateJ. ROBERT HEIDELOFF 'KBob" Good health and good sense are two of life's greatest blessings. I. V. Basketball 105 Intramural Bas- ketball 9, 105 Color Guard 11. 1-4 CAROL ANN CUYER A woman of silence, is a woman of sense. Library Council 9, 10, 11, 124 Com- mercial Club 9, 10, 11, Savings Plan 11, 12, Traffic Squad 12, Yearbook Staff 12 QTyping Ed.J, Honor Society 11, 12 fSec. 122g Forum Club 11, 12, Class Secretary 12g Executive Board 12 lSec.Jg Magazine Campaign Com- mittee 12. -.. 'Q""'b ,, , wily' -W ,pg wffygjf PHYLLIS HEMBREE ' ' "Phyl" She's glad to help and do her part, sheill win her way into your heart. Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Traffic Squad 125 Service Club 12. 24 PATRICIA HERMAN "Pattie,' Her voice is ever soft, gentle and low. sw I J fj I f 1 JOAN! HOEFFLER OHHIOI The gold rn her hazr and the charm when she smzled com posed a personalzty that often beguzled Clee Club 11 12 lCowns 171 Nhxed Chorus 11 17 Cheerleader 11 1 QCO Capt 171 Tvurhug Club 9 Spamsh Club 9 10 11 17 Sports Club 10 Yearbook Staff 17 EACLII t1ve Board 9 10 11 Student Councll 12 Art C0llIlC1l 12 he WZ 7, IOSEPH HICKEY acl- a ckn His humor was either serious or comzcal but always friendly Football 9 Intramural Basketball 10 JANET HICKS Klan!! For blessings ever wait on vir- tuous deeds, And though late, a sure reward succeeds. French Club 9 Clee Club 9 10 11 17 lL1b 171 Sports Club 10 11 19 Photography Club 10 Dr'1mat1c Club 11 12 Cholr 11 12 Nllxed Chorus 10 11 RICHARD HOLDERREID KENNET H01-'FMAN ulu V110 sd! flvxe co rse above renown Tab J the game above the QDP1fe 1 Execu B ard 9 0 Ir Bhnd 9 Rggue Ban 9 0 I' Orchestra 9 10 Iesters do often prove prophets Football 9 15' 2245, Elk A e t 1 B S bb 1 10 11 ae Clrglxs 2 Mlxed Chorus I2 As ly Cbmmltfee 9 Baseball 10 11 1 Olllbelgl Honor Souety 11 12 Boy tState Servlce Club 9 10 11 2 Q xce Pres 121 Newspaper 12 d ln Chxef 171 Trafflc Squad I Basketball 9 EDWARD HOWARD "jackie" A cheerful look makes a dish a feast Vale Chorus 11 12 RIIXCL1 Chorus 11 12 Art Counul 10 Intrunurxl Basketball 9 T7 f JOHN JAMES ack No sooner salld than clone acts a man of worth Band 9 10 11 12 Orchestra 9 10 Student Councrl 9 I V Football 10 Varslty Football 12 IV Baseball 10 Manager Baseball 10 Servxce Club 9 10 11 12 French Club 9 Nhle Chorus 10 11 12 'Shred Chorus 10 11 12 26 LEWIS HUNTER LOUIS Where theres a wzll theres a way' Nlfxle Chorus 12 Mlxed Chorus 12 Intramural Basketball 10 SCIVILC Club I0 Ulf HUSS sun has no brzghter smzle Intramuml Brrsketball 11 12 Nhlc Chorus 12 Mlxed Chorus 12 Band XX I Xi, H: ANN jENKYlNS ESTHER IANSSEN ame Thoughts are mzghtzer than strength of hand 11 12 Twxrhng Club 9 Sports Club 10 Commerclal Club 12 V' Annabelle Knowledge comes but wzsflom lmgers Ir Assembly Commlttee 9 News lper 11 fBus1ness Xhnfxgerl 1ear ook 12 fAsst Ed m Chlefj Sports Club 9 10 11 12 Off1Cl1lS Club 9 10 11 12 Clrls Athletlc Counul 11 12 Band 9 10 11 12 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Twlfllllg Club 9 10 Nlalorette 12 Honor Society 11 12 Traffle Squad 12 Clee Club 9 10 11 12 QV P 12D Nhxed Chorus 9 10 11 12 Cholr 11 12 N I 1rls Cxtxz l I ens up nstltute 11 Of1tOf1C5f11 Contest 11 SEIVICC C lub 9 1 12 CSec 12D 9 as ' 63 ff 'c' 0 . 2 il' 2 M' 'X 1 red" I.-sri , , , 12. 5 2 '- Vi .1 , XX I x , ' . ' I s . Q S I ' ll ' - 5 ' C' , , , , ,h gs 'ra . 7 "-gf' . v -'J my s. 'y --5 ' 1 If Magazine Canmpaign 11g Savings Plan 31,-lag Twliler 10 mlm? 114 Dm? 1 rtgt lt a t 2' - gg wx ,ljgv L jlx W MRP 5 ,Q 'lil ' 9 1 19 f 1,4 nm 1 - f- - QW, , 0 .ul OJ, N. Kev 1 541 ar A sw 1 f - I2 , , 'S in Il. 5 - - , . n. CAROL JONES A kznd ouerflou, of kznclness ARLEN E KATERBA Beauty as the only thznff t za tzme cannot harm jr Drlmfitlc Club 9 Clee Club 9 Choxr 10 11 17 Nlxxcd Chorus 9 10 11 17 C0ll1ll1CfClll Club 9 10 11 17 Sfumgs Plfm 11 17 Stucluzt COunc1l9 10 Sportb Club 10 Twlrl mg Club 9 DOROTHY KOSW L! My A lacl s fls lS f cl zrzts 'EVELYN KOLIBAS 9 0 'fy r.,HOney If U rL1 ra 4? j rts Clu ness 1S the sunslu 0, 11 per uolyclz happznqss gr ,cfs f 1 Chi-,Club 9 Mlxed C 9 '11 mgi Pan 11 17 Syorts C1ub N119 6 egampaxgn 11 I If 1' MW 'ON He . . N f d, , ,H lv -Y HAIR, X I' 'D lt N! . 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In 01 HERBERT KINDRED "Alfred Hitchcock" serues hrs school best who serues lns country best Ban 9 10 11 12 PWR My 7'!lf'y MW 4:34 NIONICA KRAKOX ESKY She IS pretty to walk uztlz untty to talk Luth and pleasant to thznk o Sports Club 10 11 17 Sp 1111511 Club 17 Litln Club 9 10 11 17 brarv Counul 9 TXNIIIHQ, Club 9 Yeirbook Staff 17 VVALTER KRAKOXX IECKI Cr lclx A eombznatzon haul to beat scholar frzeml and aihlcte r H 17ootb1l19 Jr 11 Bxslatbllll H 1318617111 9 r X o X rslty lootblll X lrx 8013111 11 17 17 C ss 1I'CS1C1Ll1t 9 10 11 Studmnt Founul rc us rl 4 Nhlc C1lOI'llS 10 11 17 X1lXLL1 C110 10 11 nor L11 1 s S1110 11 Trxffxg Sf Q1 Ed 111 Clmf Hurbook .St 1f1 17 Orx torlcll Contest 11 Mxxjd J Q11 rw J' 'WC ROBERTA KRASTIIN Bobby Endurance 1S the erozenzn qualzty and patzenee all the passzon of great hearts lrcncb Club 9 10 Xmrboolx Stuff 17 Serum. Club 17 ll I und P Ill lull.. .IOAW KRUECLR Archly the maulen smzles uzth eyes runmnv ouer ruth lllllffllfil' Sports Club 9 10 Drlmltu. 1 Latm Club 9 l 516' Q:-v RONALD LACZ Ron My zflea 0 an agreeable person zs a person u,h0 affrees uezth me Ir Df1I11lf1C Club 9 Lwtm Club 9 17 Buul 11 17 lmrno Staff 17 C1505 Sports EdltOf1 'Je 1 1111.1 HENRY KROHN Hank The rule of my I1 e is to make lmsmess a pleasure and pleasure my busmess Fo0tb1l19 17 Bmd 9 1.-'I'CllL1l Club 10 Track 11 Bowlmy, 11 -Q , We JAMES LAIND Dont be a carbon copy o any one else make your 011,11 1111 presszon Jr I1 1'ootb.111 9, IX 1'ootb.1ll 10 Xarslty 1'oolb1111 11, '1r.1Ll1 9, 10, 11 17, Illflkilllllllll 11.1sl1elb.1ll 9, 10 11, 17 y a 1 28 1 Cl 1 f - ' 1 my of y, Krliil . 1 V71-"1" ,J ev' . of 1 x ff mojo f ,xrxlkxf 1' N ' 2 f V 'Cyl X , cr X NTD' S- I :J I lil 'AVP I 'V 1 AJ A u an ' jr 'Ju' ' E I' J., Lib, y y .4 I . .f . 15,15 11? 7 if . . K D CHX' ' 1 f' T "Af V 1 -:-v. , I: 1 V1 N 5 , , l ' 7 ' J 1 -D ' ' X , 1 A i Q . P I ,' GC il A - 1 ru' A -l..' ..g..1,'-15: 1 ,l ,C Jr. . :J 1 .g I . '. 1" 411111111 101 1 - ' - ' rr J. V. Bzlskctbnll 10, 11: J. Y. Bam-lmull , , i b , 109 lil 7 1 11, 12: '1 ity , ' f 121191 , 1.5 Golf 11, L.g ,lays ' ' fi '- 10,.1l, 1950 71 -qff J, 111, 11, 121 1 , 5 . 2 1' LQ , ,12,1'1.1 1 5.25-1j 11,1122 . L4 0 L' Boy? -' au 1- 4.-2.111135 I X 'Q . 11 11 P T, .. I 1 I I 0 . 1 Q i' Q 1- , . .. ,, f- . I H 1 . r - C ' . ' .. ,, H .lo . 1 1 ' g 1 ' I ' , , , 10, 11, gg 1 , png ' la o ' cv cy ' X 1 . 1 5 A 1 '- 9, ZQ " ' - ,1 f 1'-" A j 1 yy 1 X 1 yt f 1 nf ...wmv Q. Z' 7 - 5 f - , if I ' f - ' - ' - . .,.- I A V V . A X I f, k 1 . , 1 5 J ' r A 1 , 'K-y we ,Q . f.4' . r I ,f -' LINDA LARME11 MMM "Lindy" A' One smile is worth all the rowns in the usorlcl Andrew Imlsson H S 9 10 Llllflffv Couuul 11 1'Ol'lIIl1 Club 11 Unron County lorum Club 17 Heir book Staff 17 LXt.LlltlNL Bolrd 17 ERVINE LOVE Peaches Muszc 1s well sazzl to be the speed: of anffels Sport Club 11 12 29 if LEX ARD Mare egant as szmplzczty and warm as ecstasy Clee Club 9 10 11 17 Llllll Club 9 10 11 ibm 101 5131111811 Club 11 17 hewsplper btxfl 9 10 11 leur book btlll 17 xl1XLLl Cllorus 9 10 11 17 Assembly COll1IIl1ftLL 9 u dent Counul 11 IO AX XI1cN AB To ml her plane and fll zt IS success for any usoman Bm 9 10 11 17 fbee 111 Orcbcs r 9 10 11 rl C lee Club 9 10 11 17 Nllxul Cho s 9 11 17 Sports u 3 10 Lltlll Club 10 11 bp uusll Club 11 17 Trlfflc Squu 17 Execu tue Bolrd 1 Hon rdbouetx 11 17 Clrls t 1 Xursms Cluh 11 17 Oratqf llfCOH st 11" Assembly Comnutteer' Io 1 .1 s, AI' ff' 2" JOSEPH LESTONI Leo The wealth of mmcl zs the only true usealth Jr DflIl1'ltlC Club 9 Assembly Com rntu. 10 11 17 jr H B1seb1llJ NL111. Chorus 10 11 17 Xlned Cho r 10 11 2 Bob 1Ve tzre of those pleasures we take but neuer of those u,e glue X N4 'V'-s yJ .2-1 X X, Executne Board 9 17 Traffnc Squad 17 QCO Captl . N! pl! f K S Q I " , ig- YLP. Ly W A J ' 1 3-9 ay L. f ,,, 1 1 r N 1 I 1 . .. , K its 1, , Lg ,I ,. as 1 C- ' Aus , , lf 1 "1 ' 1 . I L91 Ui-1, - - l xx. O 4' T i 1 i , .. . D 0 1 d , , , L g - 1:- ta , , , 125 Choi F, 10, 11, 125 nl' , .1o, 1 ,l ef '-,V-:A-Cl 1 9, .1 L, L ' f 'Lg 0- -- ROBERT MCCLAIN LS ' ,SQ 5 if 1 1 , 1 : ZFQ flu, ' ,gl 1 M ex r nf xv-fix-1 , . . ' Y S fe vs ' 5, g J,-A X 7 'B x , .Y V, - ,f jf - 0 0 'f 1 f 1 -7 0 2 ' f' -1, N ' 'P 1 1' 'f' ' 17' f ' 4-1 1 V F -v , ' JJX J fi fl.: v . . Q I J ,Y fx C I: L 3 x h -. . . . ' ff" l ,Abi U . Liu . J ,dj . Tj'-X I . . s V . 11"-1' , . x I .I 1' 3 VY . J' I . , 1 WL' t ' 1 5. , I J. 351' xv. TV XIARIE MCDLNITT Llttle Onel' A ter all the prznplfl ztt rf thzngs zs the przmzplelof zgger thzngs an lzf X r X CONNIE EILEEN XIOX AH AN Scottm If there were more lzke her, the stock of halos would Une out 30 9 MAE MCINTYRE Tosh More than wzsdom more tzan wealth a merry heart that laughs at care lee Club 9 10 11 17 Nhxed Cho 9 10 11 C 0 510115 Club 9 10 11 17 jr D 1 1111110 Club 9 Dfll11ltlL Club 11 Off1C111S Club 10 11 17 Txurlmg, f Club 11 12 Tw1rler17 IUANITA MORRIS Nlta A short sayzng oft contams murh wisdom ii .nun figure' ALAN MCIVOR Moose I Glue me a laundry lzst and Ill set rt to rnuszc 10 11 nd 9 0 Jr Band 9 Orchestra 9 10 11 1 Art COLIDCI1 9 12 Photogrlphx Club 10 T6C11H1C1aIlS Club 10 11 1 Trafflc Squad 12 Yearbook Stlf 17 NANCY MURPHY Murph Sweet and mce wzth lots of aclmce I Band 9 Bind 9 10 11 17 r r.l1estr19 10 A Clppdln Clxo1r9 10 LC u Nllxed Chorus 9 10 11 17 Sports C IJ 10 11 17 Yearbook Stlfl 17 fA5S151lIlf Llterlry Edltorj , f .J 9 ' -'rr ' X f 'lx WM ll T ,1 1 'X , .V V1 l ' U' 4 4.1 1 lr ' . 0 .1 f V . 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'x X .V L . . 2 ff- y "- n ... , V l X 4 RSV XLXH l 'w tj hixw Quit' V K vp. il kxxf-,xx i ,L 3 59 fuk .QL V' GAIL MCRRAY 'C T , WO!! "Cabby' .L N, Happiness is the greatest ofjall blessings. Twirling Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Twirlcr 12 QCapt.lg Band 11, 12, Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 9, 10, 11 CPrcs. 10Jg Spanish Club 11, 12, Li- brary Council 9, 10, 11, 12 lV.P. 1195 Nurses' Club 11g Sports Club 10, 11. 125 Yearbook Staff 12. GEORGE O'GRADY The manner of your speaking is full as important as the matter. Technicians' Club 10. ,J -1 L 5 7' g ll' ".' : V X1 " 'Xl : ' 919' Lu ' -5 T .Sir ab 33. I . STEPHEN NAGY "Steven 1Vho can wrestle avainst slee 9 -3 P' St. Benedicts' Prep 9, 10, 115 French Club 12. ALLEN OSOLNEEK ..A1,, Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius. 1 ' ,JZ we U5 M J CYNTHIA NEELY "Cindy" A golden friend, through and through. Sports Club 10, 11, 12g Cheerleader 11, 123 C.A.C. 11, 124 Traffic Squad 12g Officials, Club 10, 11, 12, Clee Club 11, 129 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Choir 12. Wwe and G. A. C. 10, Sports Club 9, 10, 1 ' Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Library 9, 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Squad 129 Honor Society 11, 124 Yearbook Staff 125 Nurses' Club 11, Forum Club 11, 12 QTreas. 121. f 31 JA C 2 Tung. FRANK PHILLIPS Kmdness rs the golden Cham by whzeh soczety rs bound toffether Intramural Blslxctbflll 10 I1 IOAN ROBBINS 03.1116 There rs no treasure whzch may he compared to rzendshrp Clce Club9 10 Cholr 11 I7 Nlurccl Chorus 9 10 11 17 Commercul Clu 10 11 17 Sports Club 17 Savmgs Plm 12 PHYLLIS PHILSON F rlter A rzend may well be reckoned the masterpzeee of nature South Sxde II S 9 Cleo Club 11 17 Cllfllf 11 17 Nllxul Chorus 10 I1 10 Nuvsplptr Stlff 1 Dmmitlc, Club 10 17 IAMES ROBIINSON lg m A gentleman rs a man who can dzsagree wzthout bezng clrsagree ab e IV Football 11 Track I0 11 Male Chorus 11 17 Nlued Chorus 11 12 ANN PIETRANCELO Dolly She that is of a merry heart hath a contznual east C0l11lTlCI'Cl'1l.CllllJ 9 10 11 17 Clcc Club 9 IO 11 17 XIIXQC1 Chorus 10 11 12 Choir 11 Swings Plan 12 REATHA ROBINSON Robbre Her words are kznd and neuer mean such gzrls are few and far between Clee Club 9 10 11 17 Cho1r9 11 12 Nhxcd Chorus 9 10 11 17 DI'3I1II1tlC Club 9 Sports Club 9 1 , 2 32 K I ' if .. ,, 5 V, an-aj ' 1 1 1 s Ll . 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T ' CC u n ,J B 11 111- .sr ' ' ' ' - f' ' - - S y 5 , 2.5, ' , . y 5 , L91 ' -V n r y 3-5 '3 b , , as 1 L4 ' z '. l CK :PP S . . , , ,Ls ,10, 1 li- 1' 1 r y y 1-S 1 5 ' ,10, NIARILXN ROFHXELT The K1d Lauvh and the uorlcl lauvhs mth you MW 11 Ir H Clleerleicler 9 Fxccutlxc Boflrcl 10 Commercnl Club 11 17 Sports Club 9 1 ELLEN SEITZ Lzfes too short to usorry Lzfes too short to fret An easy gomf' nature IS the best of 1111 you bet' Llbrin Counul 9 10 11 17 Forum C ll 10 11 17 Comxmrull ub 17 r Dr un ltln Club 9 Lmon Country lforum 10 11 17 Sports Club 10 lNursLs Club 1 33 ws 7 'Lf IOSEPH RONIAN He took lzfe merrzly at II tune to be merry he took I1 e ser: ously at a tune to be serzous jr H Fo0tb1ll9 J V lfootblll 10 Vlrslty Itoobrll 11 17 jr ll Bus bull 9 Bmd 9 Nllle Chorus 1 11 17 Su 17D Xl1XLCl Chorus 9 J 11 12 ArtCou11L1l10 11 17 HL r book Stuff 17 CAROL ROSCOE Re Happzness ollous lzer and pop ularzty bears har company r H1g,l1 C1lCCT1LlLlLF 9 Commcrual C IJ 11 17 Cllss Surftxrx 9 Ex ccutrm Bolrd 10 bump Ilm 11 17 lNurscs Club 11 i " 1 A Mx SELVEST -IP ull' ' oanmp ot by years bitt by zsposztzon zs unscl nl cquzrecl Jr Clleerle 9 C Il1Dl6l'Cldl lub 12., lee Qt 9 1 111 1 Irxed Cho us 9 1 11 17 f-Sivmgs Plan 171 xdcutne Bolrd 47 Dra matic Club 2 IOHNI SHANIONI err To know you haue a rzend to call zs most szffnz :cant after all Football 9 10 Exccutrve Board 9 1 11 2 X F I ' N N . 1 I I 7 ,, .P y 7 1 4 ' ' ' ' I L .ff X I 1 my . U Hwy' D 7 rs l X A 3 .. ,. -, Nw 1 - XXL I 7 ' ! "5 Q R 1: i "'s,', .. dv . ' f 1 - 67- ..JOe,, r - . . . . Jilw , li H I ., v . J . H, l li 5 5 A 1. 5 A xLfQ . K4 . J, 1 ,LV-2 uri' f-,1f, , 5 -' , , as 'lil' f gf , 6 T, ' f 1 ij . L - 4 OH EXIT if .B . ,Q PV, Q h X' V1 1 yN- l 1 X 1- .. L l V lf' , , Q, " 43. I Y ,Q Q-, Rt . A -, . 1 y ' f X. lu, F: , D , U ,rf .. l x. . 4, - 1 fry- lx. 0, ,1-. ' . y My 60 tr, 7 A 1 , D ' P ' , . L Q 'lrls ,Q of ' QCI 11, 1.51: aa", 4 ' ' lzfl ' EARL SHANN Few things are impossible to those who aim at success. Executive Board 9g Latin Club 10, 11, 123 Service Club 10, 11, 125 Traffic Squad 124 Yearbook Staff 12. ...wi bn RECINALD SVIITH gg Everything you undertake will be a success 1 you are willing to put more mto it than your competitors Football 9 10 11 17 Co Cat 17 C p 7 Basketball 9 10 11 17 Baseball 9 1 11 2 34 ARLEEN SIMMONS Great friendship goes here Red Cross 9 Jr Df'll11lIlC Club 9 Sports Club 9 10 11 17 Officials Club 9 10 11 17 Dr un 1t1c Club 17 4 ,ann WALTER SNIITH Sm1tty Nothing is ever achieved with out enthusiasm Student Council 9 11 12 fPres 121 Technicians Club 10 11 1 Male Chorus 11 17 Nlrxcd Chorus 11 17 Cross Country 9 Jr H frlck 9 I V Blseball 10 Varsity Baseball 11 12 Intramural Basketball 10 11 Bowl rn 11 12 0- qrrff I v-saMs.,,2,4 KENNETH SIMPSON Ken As vtvacity is the gift of woman, gravity is that of man Servlce Club 9 Art Council 12 2- jn- FRANK SPEZZANO He liked to like people there fore people like him Nlale Chorus 10 11 12 Mixed Cho rus 10 11 12 Newspaper Staff 11 12 Honor Society 11 12 CPres 123 Track 9 10 Executive Board 11 12 Class Vice Presrdeut 11 Class Presr dent 12 Yearbook Staff lLrt Edl 12 Traffic Squad 12 U if v W ' 5' 2 ' , , , 3.5 1 1 L. 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Ls ' ' - Q 0, , 1.. 1 1 1 1 x k, I 2, A, I I 1 ' IUDITH SPRINGSTEAD udy The only way to haue a rzencl zs to he one nd 9 10 11 12 Jr B1nd9 r Lllcstrl 9 10 Clie Club 9 10 1l 17 Cl1o1r 11 17 x1lX?C1Cl10I'llS I 10 11 17 hXCC.llflXC B01rd11 Stu dent Counul 10 Serxlce Club 9 10 11 17 lPres 17D Spunsh Club 11 17 French Club 10 QSCL 101 Txurl 1115 Club 9 10 11 Art Connul 9 Drunltm Club 11 Sports Club 9 10 11 Honor Soclety 11 17 will We ANTHONY STATONI Tony Men of few words are the best men X Blslxetblll 10 11 X lrsxty Bls etball 17 1mrbook Staff 17 Stu dent Councll 12. 51 "sir 12:7 JOSEPH sm CH Sometzmes serxous sometnnes humorous but olmunfs lzkealvlc Footb1ll9 B1slletb1ll9 10 11 17 B1seb1ll 10 17 Frgngh Club 11 SCIENCE Club 9 Student Counul 9 hxecutne Bo 1rd 11 IUDITH STEINENI udy Id rather do and not promzse than promzse and not do Llbrary Councll 10 11 17 Sports Club 9 10 11 17 Offxcmls Club 9 10 11 Sawmgs Plan 11 STAIN LEY ST XCHOXN ICZ Stfan The best may to Leep good acts zn memory IS to refresh them uzth neu. St Nlarys H S 9 Linn Club 10 7.5 ELISSA STELZER "Lee" Szlence zs deep as Etermty speech zs shallow as tzme. Lxbrarv Counul 9, X13g8ZlI'lC Cam paxgn 11, Saungs Plan 11 35 1 gal., , . 'gf A- 7 ' -4 1 I bl. 1K I ', '- t 'W '1 1 117' ' ll , 4 2 .11 yfjfs. -44-A ' UP ' 1 M . 1 ,J 7" 52 1 V , 'V 1 H53 4 , ' , L, h I y . . D , A 7 77 Wil' y If 'M . A ull' ff C U .1 1 ' ' U X ki' .- , A. lull VJ L 'rl , J. I J W4 . . fb- ' 1 . . 'fl ' . 1 1 1 v4 A , - nf in K1 ll 7 fl ' '- , .gl V 'll wily ' 11 .19 ' ' ' 6 ' f - T . u 1 ' t ' . V. .ID-1 E X X 1 1 X ,A i' x 1 ,- I' - Lb . I .' VV f ' f , ul an L 7 'KA' .st 3 X, . ' ' f , I KL D! O9 Bal , , , 'g . 1 .g O - I ' 5. ' -' 1 1 S 1 ' -, y 1 ' ' ' 1.9 ' , 2.5 . .' 9, ' . , ' . , ' , , , ' - - ' z ! 3 "7 I ' ' I A 7 J ' ' 5 ' ' -, , . , , L 1 L-9 1 , - 5 1 , , , Lg ' f H -, , 9 " 4 L' 'I Q ' ' " s - 7 0 1 1 ' .4 ' , . ' 1 . f 1 5 ' , 3-- ' . M' lf f A f 1 0 ' e 'G W - QP' I fl 11 1 ' . ul u ! , F ' Y ' , . 1 1 A - - 6 -3 cc n ' ' ' y 3 'y 3-Z L ' 7 Y S Y ' L 1 . .. . . r, -' A 1- - 1.5 ' u ' ' 1.5 - DOLORES Dolo From the crown of her head to mzrih Sports Club 9 10 17 fJI'L11CStl'l 10 1 u 1 11 17 C 1 xii 7 S Couuul 9 10 17 Ifrqug 1 1139 10 C 1 17 'NL nr bt lil 11 ubooll f TNNlfllI1l, Cl 1b 9 10 11 Dr uu mc. Clu 11 1 ROBERTA TUTTLE Ro ln Nothmg Li 50 contavzous as en ,an-av' Dlnny Hy name zs yomahfy Footlnll 9 Iutruuurnl Bwskntb 1ll 11 Li-6.45-f 54 MARIE L LLHICH Reeny Big surprzses come zn small paekaffcs COIllIl1Ll'L1l1 Club 9 10 11 17 L brary Couuul 10 fxurlrug, Club 9 11 Sport: Club 10 11 zf JOSEPH VLIGA Take Izfe easy tomorrow zs an other clay otnll 9 17 Tru 9 lutrluurrnl Blslxctblll 11 fi!-.1 fv f 00 1 ff 1 f 1 A ,ff 621 V , X Y thuszasm zt moves stones, gt charms brutes ,Qlce Club 9 10 11 12 Chou: 10' 11 12. Xllxed Chorus 9 10 11 1 Commercml Club 9 10 11 17 lPres 173 Executlxe Bolrd 9 Sports Club 10 11 Cheerleader 11 btudurt Counul Secretlry Tre lSllI'Ll' 17 Su mg5 Plan 11 12 1Newsp1pcr Stiff 17 X O ROS CC rm!! Enthuszasrn zs the genms of sm cerzfy and truth aecomphshes no LlCfOTlCS' lulhout 11 Iorum Club 9, 10, 11, 17 fSsL 11, 177, Clue Club 10, ll 17 x1lXtll Chorus 10, 11, 17, Baml 11, l7 Ilul Cross 9, 10 lpru 9, 103, Ordlcstm 9, 10, 11, 17, Umou Countx Xoutll Forum 9, 10, 11, Sports Club 10, Spambh Club 9, 10, 11, 17, Xear book Staff 17, Nurses' Club 11 - i - U' ', .LA " .5-1 , 2, A I -f ,' lv I , H lv , . , yy, 'wx W 'Mx . b- K Ll If g I A5 ' Lf ,xp j I , ..N ' p . l of 1 ' 1 4 , , . K y, is vi If H ' M, p I W " In ,s Fir, 75" :VV 4 , L71 j L- . lr' ' . 4 - I N. . ' , 1 ,I fl, 7 i ' . rx 1 9 PM - rl , .1 A 4 Qi' L , , , s ' ., f I 1 7' 77 all! x 7 S - I 7 1 r 1 I 2,5 X" .9 ' W 6 f' fl' '. , , , L W, Li L5 ' i S , , WL? M. L 1 , 'xl , , , 1 1 4 .Vial , . . 5 p , T ihe sole of her foot, she is all DANIEL SZIELIGA ,1,'l' , i Un 1 11, 11251214--'Cl 1' 15,' , Q, kloif A ' 11, 112, Sli 'l Cllcru 10, 11, 12, - g 5 i L L-ff 2 i Art " -. . 11, gg ' X -l Cl l ., -1- 11211111 .lub 1 , L., flws- pul ' li ll: 71' ' Sfilf 122: " ' ' '1 -, , Q 4 1" b , 2. fi fx? 7 "loc" 2' ' ,r Y 5 9x 3 4 . I , Q . - I ' ' ' ' Fo la .,11, 1, a'k.,10,1lg - - U l 1 1 I 1. ' 4 . ,V , x ' 'll v u n L-'S i' Q 4 M y . v .' 5' -' ' 1 ,, ff? 5, ' .K V. , 1 s 1 ' 1 If A X G' f I p ' - ,, A .1 1 , ,W fr M 0 ff MARIE XVALLER Silence is one great art of con- uersation. i LOIS X1 ANKXIUELLER Its not the quantity but the quality CAROL ANN XVALSH Courtesy and kindness cannot be bought as bargains. Twirling Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Glcc Club 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Commercial Club 11, 12. NANCY WESTON Beauty as the gzft of God 1110114.11 Club 9 Clee Club 10 XIIXGQ1 Chorus 10 ',,' i,'-' 1 .. 'Y 43-1 5,1-H ,AJ 1-if J- ' QL 3. 7 'Max . 4,1 I 4 no-4' STANLEY YVANAT "Stosh', He capers5 he dancesg he has eyes of youth. Executive Board 95 Student Council 95 Technicians' Club 10, 11, 125 In- trzunural Basketball 10, 115 I. r H. Truck 95 Cross Country 95 j. V. Bus- kctball 105 Varsity Basketball 11, 125 Bowling 11, 12. ALBERT YVILSO1 DI-S'Cf8fl0n Ill SPCGLII IS 7l1Ol'e than eloquence I'ootb1l1XI1n'q,cr 9 10 11 1 gk!-is QW 4.3 J- . . G ,XI 1 I K . . 'I HAY, , , - 1 ' z . . . 1 , , , 2. I 1 , J - I 1 HLA., x 5 1 , . f "'. - , " ft- ' 1' A It' ' '19 .. V I . .- , X. is was , fff 1 PJ Q- 7,115 vi-1-ffl' ' . -4-: .A 511 +5 1 - V - ,fe . .. g ti. tk - , Qi- V J j221aj'5:'f f .Ig . if 31 1 fff,,,g,.1- 5. i.k:E-,,,fL- x U N Qtr' 'nffir'-:':' -lg'--.1 v 1'4f,'I ' r, 1' .h X K Q x. -VN RJXJ xvkf' -v ,iff X SHARON XX IX 'X XX mme Her mzsduef lurks zn gay clzs UUISC only seen zn sparklmg ezes Red Cross 9 Sports Club 10 11 17 Commercul 11 17 Archerw 11 1 ARLEXE YOPCAVAGE YOPPY There as no cosmetzc for beauty lzke happmess Commercul Club 9 10 11 17 Lx brary Counul 10 Txurlxng., Clun 4 Sports Club 10 11 AVN fvs PETER ZANIB-XRDI Pete The best may to kzll tzme zs to use 1t Techmuans Club 11 17 Nhgizme Cllllpiilgll 11 ATIO AL HO OR OCIETY I'1rst row left to rxght F Spe7zmo NI Dumn C' Cuxor Ercloclx 11 Hoffmm I Dl16NS'lI1Clf1Q Setoud mu Xllss Coftcc N1 Otto -X jtnlnns L Crob XX lxrfiltoxueclu XX Berneltumg, J XIaQ'X1b I Sprmgstcul "1- 5?g. a , ' -' 1 , A " 1. n ,., 'E 1 y 1 -S ' , .' . -' ' 1 . , l J, A V: 1 ,I . .W 15 , , - 4 Vi f -1 , , +,,5, ww f ' . A I ,, ,A , , 1' ,1 .' 4 ,T It f' ii ' Q 5 3 ff .5 . v - - 1 1 1 - - 11 7. . sz " D 1 i u 1 u 4 n ' ' ' C 9 . , ...g 1 . . 2 . S 1 y -5 4 2 -'J . v "" .' - 'y . V , , " . . ' , J 1 .1 .. ' ': . ",.. ,1. ' .', . , '. .' ' ", - y . . ' 1, . , .1 1 . , . 1 . l w l 38 DCI I I l af NIR. ,JOHN COEYBIAN Faculty Director Senior Pla OUR TOWN Autlzor - THORNTON XYILDER Direelor ,, ,Y,.......... JOHN COEYAIAN Stuclent Direetor ,,,.,. ANN JENKYNS Prompters' ,,...,.., ,... A IARY DLGAN MAE BICINTYRE CAST ' LINDA LARNIER ...,A.OA. ...,,,.. Emily IVelJl1 JOYCE ARGYROS ,,,, ,,.4,. A Irs. IVCIJII JOAN RIAC NAB .... ,. .,....,.... Alrs. Cilllis CAIL MURRAY , , ,,,Rel1eec'4l Gilllrs' DOLORES SLTTILR . ,..,,.AAOA,A,.,,A Mrs. SOUIIIC'-S' JOAN HOEFFLER ..A. II'onzzm in tlze Balcony ARLENE LATERBA ,,... AAA,OAA,,, A rtistie Lofly in Aufliforium JOSEPH ROMAN ,,OO I ,,,,YOOO.O,,. Stage JHIIICISCI' XYALTER KRAKOXYIECKI .. George Gibbs ALAN BIQIYOR , ,,,,,OO,,, ,.,O....,.....AAA. D r. Gibbs RONALD LACZ ,,,,LL , .,......AA.A,,. Mr. II'el1l1 FRANK SPEZZANO ...,........,Y, Howie Newsonze JOHN SHAKION . ...L,A. Professor II'illf1rzl XVILLIABI BERNEKINC ,,,..... Simon Stinzson ROBERT HEIDELOFF ,.,A.A.,AAo. joe Stoclclorzl XYALTER SNIITH ,,,.,,.. ,..o. I oe Crowell KENNETH HOFFMAN ,, ,,,,, Avlllllf IVel1l1 DANIEL SZELICA I,,e Slam in tlze Aucliiorizmz STANLEY XYANAT I , , ,.IA...I,,. Si Crowell RICHARD ENRICIIT ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,II, Sanz Craig DONALD FINNIZY , , , I BCI-Sfllflll Player JOHN HICKEY . I ,, . Brlselmll Player JOSEPH SPYCH e.,,, .,,I C 'onstoble IIIUTFCII bf MOST POPULAR CLASS BRAINS VValter Smlth Norma F rauendorf Patrxcla Dalessandrxs Kenneth Hoffman W0 DER UF LADY if GENTLEMAN Carol Ann Guyer Anthony Staton BEST DANCERS F rederlck Flsh janet Hlcks K E J 6? 'm , ' Vf 59' fi , if 21 A I Q 4 ,, 'R ROMEO if IULIET "" 1 X Yi ly!! 5':i."':QNx Robert McCluu udlth Sprmgstc 1d 1 RA 3 R XX? HSS LD MQ f K fix THE W GR L, ' -'A " ' f ' nm, wail? wg V ' Q-S'if.1"'9gf"H'9 L-' g . X ,ff ALLEST 6, SHORT T Arthur Scott I BEST LOOKING BEST ALL ROUND D.m1Ll Szehgl Nancy XVeston Frank Spezzano Patrrcla Dalessandrls M me McDev1tt i EST MOST LIKEL1 TO SUCCEED CLASS FLIRTS Sharon W mu Rlchard Cubberly Patr1c1a. Dilessandns WO DER OF f"""" z ff' LE BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Gail Murray Alan Mclvor CLASS ATHLETES Mary Otto Reginald Smith THE WGRLD A Wing CUTEST Sharon XY 1nr1 Earl Shann BEST DRESSED Damel Szehga Joyce Argyr s CHATTERBOXES oseph X e1g1 ean Erdody ,J derful Night. The First Shouelful X J' Will We Make It? just Starting Out. -in -1:11 In September, 1951, we made our grand entrance into Abraham Clark High School. How different and strange it seemed from our elementary school. No longer did our teachers take us from one class to another. YVe were on our own to hunt for our rooms. Hall monitors were yelling at us for going up "Downy stair- ways and going down 'iUp', stairways. How were we to get used to this new system? Form- erly oldest in one school, we were now the youngest in another school and we didnit ex- actly like it. But as with all other things, we got used to it and finished the rest of the year quite happily. Our class officers were: Presi- dent, Ioseph Roman, Vice-President, Louis Crobg Secretary, Carol Ann Cuyer, and Treas- urer, XValter Smith. In September, 1952, we returned to school, the majority of us feeling quite proud, even a little conccited that we had managed to sur- vive the trials and tribulations of our first year in high school, and came out all the wiser, all of this was in the first year of our teens. Judith Springstead was our Class President this year and Louis Crob, our Vice-President, and Earl Shann and XValter Smith, Secretary and Treasurer, respectively. The most anticipated function of our first year as "upper classmenf, fto one class anywayj was a reasonable facsimile of a social gather- ing called "April Showersf' The great event took place in the big gym, from 3:30 to 5:30 P. M., the time was the cause of a slight dis- pute. Even though the rebellion was unsuc- cessful, those who attended had a wonderful time. The climax of the year was the presentation of the Good Citizenship Awards to Carol Ann Coming Into the Stretch. Surprise! Cuyer, Patricia Dalessandris, XValter Krakow- iecki, Jean Erdody, Kenneth Hoffman and Ann Ienkyns. XVe left school thrilled with the anticipa- tion of returning as Freshmen the following fall. After a long summer we made our way back to school. NVe were cheered with the feel- ing that we were finally a real part of the high school, after having made our career de- cisions. NVe were joined by a large group of students from St. josephis School. XVhen we settled down from the first few weeks of school, we started plans for a dance called, "The Freshman Frolicf, The dance did not succeed because of lack of interest, but on tl1e whole, the year was filled with happiness and success. Our officers were: President, IVal- ter Krakowieckig Vice-President, Carol Roscoe, Secretary, Mary Dugan, and Treasurer, XValter Smith. Sophomore . . . Boy that sounded far away at one time, but before we knew it, there we were, 10th graders. That was the year of our first evening dance, Spring Fever, which turned out to be very nice. This was also the year that we beat Park 13 to 12 in football. Little did we know that we would win again two years later when we would be seniors, and the boys from our own class would be the big stars. Yes, our Sophomore year was quite a year, but june rolled around pretty fast, and we were soon looking forward to being Juniors. In September we came back to school as Juniors, thinking of the one year we had to go. About this time the boys were showing their abilities in football, basketball, and baseball. A n.,,v in 1 Is It the Same Place? ' ' The Office Corps It Can t Be That Bad A Gabby Class Big Changes. For the third consecutive year, YYalter Kra- kowiecki, was elected class President with Frank Spezzano, Vice-President, and Mary Du- gan and Juanita Pickett, Secretary and Treas- urer, respectively. In October we were already starting to feel like Seniors, because we had ordered our class rings. M'hen they arrived in December, we dis- played them proudly. And then came the chance to show the whole school our talents. After losing in the Magazine Campaign, it was our chance to put on a talent show. We found out we had un- discovered future stars of stage, screen and tele- vision. About this time, our junior Prom Commit- tees were busy decorating the gym for the big event which we named "Stardust Serenadef, The Prom took place on May 25, 1956. The gym had been converted into a beautiful pent- house with a skyline, stars, and other displays. YVe danced to the music of Buddy Dee, and it was truly a night we shall always remember. The last big event in our Junior year was the election of Student Council Officers. The final results were: XValter Smith, President, M'illiam Berneking, Vice-President, and Rober- ta Tuttle, Secretary-Treasurer. Our big year finally came and we all looked to the future for wonderful things. One of these was the taking of Senior pictures and the wait- ing 'til the finished product came back. Class officers were elected with Frank Spezzano, President, Milliam Berneking, Vice- Presidentg and Carol Ann Cuyer and Richard Enright, Secretary and Treasurer, respectively. Thanksgiving Day came with cold and .Lv Q g " ., A Little Bit of Senior Advice. HI TORY windy weather, but our boys pulled through to win over Park, l-1-6. Among our memorable events were those of our last half year. The Senior Play, "Our Townv, was a big success thanks to the hard work of both Mr. Coeyman and the entire Sen- ior Class. Xext, our trip up the Hudson. The first stop was the dock of the Hudson River Day Line. Finally we arrived at Bear Mountain. Every- one rushed off the boat to spend a beautiful day, swimming, riding, and playing baseball. Late that evening, a tired but happy group made its way back to Roselle. After the fun of the trip, we turned to more serious thoughts. On Sunday night the clergy of Roselle expressed to us final guiding words of wisdom at our Baccalaureate service. The following Wednesday evening was the biggest social event of the year, Class Night. Thursday, june 13, 1957, commencement arrived. The auditorium was filled to capacity with proud parents and friends. The fanfare started and the Seniors slowly proceeded down the center aisle to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance.', The chosen speakers gave their views on certain topics of particular interest to Seniors. The Seniors rose, and one by one, each re- ceived his diploma from a member of the Board of Education. After singing i'Auld Lang Syneu and the "Alma Materf' the new gradu- ates participated in the recessional. What will come in the future we cannot tell, but we hope it will be as happy as the past six years have been. We leave to pursue our fate in this world. Dmft We Look Intelligent? ...J Must Have Been a Funny Joke. It Looks Serious' ' I Surrender' I A L O' CLASS PROPHECY Prer 53 buzzcd wrth 'lctnrty Tlns w IS the dite set for the launehmg of the ultrl l ury hner S S Cllflxctltlllll A pftsscngcr hst for the meuden voylgc reads like 1 compll 1t1on of the n ltxon s socul reglster Looking oxer thc crowd we first recogmze behlnd dfnrk gllsses 'md '1 twclvc lI1Lll clgxrette holder join Hoefller the ye'1rs Ac ldcmy Aw'1rd wmnmg wctress followed by her l'1test leidmg mln ose Romln Ncxt to thcm xs the countrys 0lltStlllCllllg fluthornty on XVornens Applrcl Joyce Argvros 111 conxcrsltlon wrth thmt funous connoisseur of eltlble foods N1 -Xlln Xlclxor Coming up thc glngpllnk now lb the popullr band which wlll entertfnn our globe trottlng frlends Ihc lc lder IS ohn Ifornidcl who uscs hrs cllrmct IS 1 blton Followmg, hun IS Eddxe Eckert wlth lus gllltll' fll1lIlllflLtlll'0tl by HlLll8.I'Ll Bxsllc 1nd Co Hlnlc Boyer, dehvdrltlng lns trombone Jun Erdodx md Dorothy Kosch shqrmg 1 French horn Dlnny SZ6llg'l undzr 1 profuslon of drums 'md list but not lefnst Ed Crenn lll'JOI'll'If., under the X5C1gllt of 1 Lcwls Hunter Stemw xx blby grind pnno on lus shoulders Flllllll., thc cmplcrty of smgtr wrth thc bmd IS thc st1r of stlcc md clneml Cxnthu 'Xulw who wlll also be xccompinlcd by thflt mpldly fhlllg smgmg group composed of Inn Ecldle ton George Cullcn jxclsxe How'1rd Rlch Cubberly ind jun Robrnson Xiany people lrc w utmg until thxt 11st posslble moment to bofxrd the hner so lets loolc down on thc plcr md scc who 18 therc Ihcrc s the ClLSlgIlLl' of thc lllP1lll'lOllb st ltcrooms on the hner Sandrl LllSIlllIlgCI' wrth her Cilllfltltlltl 11 sccretlry Elll Hmus 'md llso thc punters of the murlls ln the grind blllroom Dolorcs Suttcr 11nd lNorm1 Frluendorf Oxer Lzfe Look 'md Tuna Iscnncth Holfmfm wrth lus CCllt0l'ldl bolrd lllfdlldlllg Nhry Dugm Nancy Xlurphy Anthony btlton and Nhxxnc Elhs Those rcsponsxblc for llLSlQlllllg 'md buxlchng th1s crift Ronald Brescll, Robert Hcl dcloll lcls juncs Ilcrb IX1IlClI'l,Cl Exrl Shum and Lyn Curtxs 'Ire just coming up thc gangpllnlc Suddcnly '1 hush comcs oxcr thc crowd IS Xvlllldlll J J Bernekmg, owner of thc C11rl1edom1 1rr1xcs Hc IS followed by thc Mcc Presldents of h1s compmy, Ronild Chrlstlc Albcrt Nhlson lfrmlc Plulhps VV1llmm Cexsler Qnd Cerlld Green Thexr sccrc tdI'lLS Clrol Cuycr Pit Hernmn Jlldltll Stcmcn ind Nile Nlclntyre irc dxrectly 'lt the1r hecls lcst thcy be lcft bclund The sccretlrlcs secretlrles DOTIS Anderson Esther Ifmssen Nllry Ellen Corblcy 'md Ccorge OGr1dy are 111 thc dcpths of dcspour slnce they must talse care of the complny buslness WVl1llL the others irc 6IljOy1Ilg themsclxes on thls trxp 'Around the world Up m the control room Cxptun Donlld Fumey Ind the seconds 1n commfmd Tone Blmlscn ind Henry Krohn preplre to set sul The nurgators Leonard Dcwey 'md Ceorge Formm arrange the1r lnstruments lsslstcd by Sam Forbes Iohn Carley, Joseph bllmxs and XV1ll11m Buckwlld All eyes turn toward the bow wherc Put Dllessmdrls recently xoted Nlrss Personahty by the Cole Chrnstunsen Cosmetlc Compwnx employces IS stmdmg reldy to chrlsten thc ship As she smashes the bottle of chlmpagne flush bulbs from many L1.l1l'l6I"15 hght up the are11 11s Ronald Llcz of Unlted Press Frcd Huss of Assocmted Press and Lore Gr'1ber of IIltLI'I1'lt10Il xl Ncws record the ex ent for posterltx 55 CLRPKEV ' 1 " 1 1"' ', '1 J 1 ' 1- ux 1 , . 1. 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . , -1 . ,X ' ' 1 1 ' ' 5 ' , ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1-' 1 -N . 1 . . 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CLASS OF 1961 You eighth graders have done a fine job during your second year in high school. Keep up the good work through your remaining four years. OFFICERS Seated, left to right: I.. Sher- man, L. Borg-son. Silllldillgl C. Bromtosky, S. Fink. 'Lu' :la Q-B sr CLASS OF 1962 Although the seventh graders havenit actually been housed in the high school building, theylve certainly been a strong part of its life and activities. Congratulations to you for a splendid start. J. Wg -f 'W' C5 SHIPBOARD A C T I VI T IES S HIGHLIGHTS -."""'+!' STUDENT COUNCIL ::1.. S ANI INGS WAN ml CHQ L BAND R QTZPXDR f"' fvf 56 TUDE T COU CIL First row, left to right: Mr. Young, XV. Smith, B. Berne- king, R. Tuttle, S. Classner C. Miller, M. Braden, xi. Kra: kovesky, S. Allison, D. D'Al- trui, I. Freeman. Second row. C. Shann, S. Osolneelc, C. Heinz R. Freda C. Ham ton a , , P S. Bowser, C. Tarby, A. Voros, A. Ivors, R. Nlorenko. Third row: I. XVein, D. Al- len, J. Smolin, NI. Parson, P. Dalessandris, J. Clanstein, S. Levine, S. Putnoky, I. Spi- vaclc. Fourth row: A. Stanton, XV. Krakowiecki, F. Huss, L. Haythorne, J. Bodner . Ar- ' , l gyros, I. Hoeffler. The A.C.H.S. Student Council is a governing body com- posed of a representative from every homeroom in the school. J The Student Council is not only the students, government limit js . . W L also a help to run tl1e school functions. The Roselle Highlights is our school newspaper. It is a printed paper and is made up of an editor-in-chief, page editors, staff writers, art editors, and, of course, an adviser. The newspaper comes out once a month, containing all the latest news and happenings in the school. RO ELLE HIGHLICHT F First row, left to right: K. Hoffman, C. Tarby, S. Bow- ser, L. Perlman, A. K. Chand- ler, J. Van Dijk, S. Beeher. Second row: B. Moir, F. Spez- zano, D. Chard, L. Croh, Xl Hancher, D. Williams, L Schneider. I M vu 1 " ,-1 -K . ' l U f J - V F , rf -3 t, , w IJ L, , .V J, L, I t, 1, , .I of 7 .X f, . 1 - I ' S L 1 ' wwl gil ? U " vol! .. .V , , f V I F I 4 T 1 M Jia 'J IL 'l 3 'W 'Y FV X I lll TR FFIC -Q... S 5. Qs. Kneeling, left to right: K. Hoffman, I. Ellis, P. Dalcs sandris, C. Neely, G. Guyer, NI. Otto, Nl. Dugan, R. En- right. Standing: ll. McClain E. Hanus, 'j. NIacXab, F Spezzano, A. jenkyns, E. Eck- ert, A. Nlclvor, C. Green, XV Krakowiccki, E. Clay, B Berneking, P. Hembree, E Shann, Mr. Reid. The Seniors, whom you see standing in the middle of the halls in different parts of the school, compose our traffic squad. They are chosen at the end of the eleventh grade, and their purpose is to keep the students on the right-hand side and keep them from running while passing from class to class. 4-.S The Service Club is self-explanatory. People in the Service Club, which consists of a few students from each grade, serve their schoolmates in various ways. They sell milk at lunchtime, sell tickets to the various games, and perform many other useful functions throughout the school. ' ERVICE CLUB First row, left to right: P Ferguson, P. Xlastorakis, S Bowser, S. Beeber, S. Levine L. Ferguson, R. Krastin, P Hembree. Second row: Mrs Prisk, I. Springstead, A. jen- kyns, K. Hoffman, NV. Dunn- ing, E. Shann, I. james, XV. Lambert, XV. Baugher, H Taylor, NV. Iber. Q- T 57 FOR M CL B First row, left to right: L. Graber, C. Guyer, M. Otto, I. Voros. Second row: Mr. Rosc- crans, I. Smolin, I. Ratzman, 1. Barr, E. Seitz, P. Ginsberg, D. Siegel, J. Glanstein. Third row: j. Christiansen, S. Cole, N. Swain, L. Larmer. Forum Club discusses the problems of the clay and par- ticipates in a yearly forum at Union Iunior College at Cranford. LIBR RY COUNCIL First row, left to right: Mrs. Derrevere, XI. Otto, G. Mur- ray, C. McNeil, M. McGarry C. Berneking. Second row: B Hutt, C. Knair, E. Seitz, C. Tarby, L. Perlmann, J. Fal- strault. Third row: P. YVil- liams, L. Graber, I. Glanstein, XV. Dunning, J. Barr, C. Guy- er. Fourth row: L. Penndorf I. Steinen, 1. Christiansen, C. Lundell, C. Penevelope. a a The purpose of Library Council is to keep the library in order. This organization does such things as checking out books, filing, and shelving books. li SAVI GS PLA First row, left to right: R. M O'Gratly, E. Kolibas, BI. Ca: vella, I. Pignatello, M. Soika B. XVein, J. Dombrowski, Ml Breden. Second row: C Banes, P. Cinsberg, P. Dalesl sfmdris P Osolneek Selest .. ,, . ', ' , I. Ellis, C. Cassiba, N. Sim- mons, B. Hutt. Third row: Miss XVhitenack, I. Bonawitz, R. Tuttle, C. Chadwick, C. Cuyer, T. Flaherty, C. Harris, NI. Parson, J. Burt, K. Fair- fax, A. Pietrangelo. Fourth row: J. Steinen, M. Dugan, A. Katerba, C. Roscoe, E. Hanus, I. Phillips, J. Combs, J. Robbins, E. Janssen. Suinffs Club IS composed of the Commercial girls, it is their job to collect the suings from the students. TECH ICIANS GLB First row, left to right: Mr. Bauer E Eckert R Enrifht , - Q - F: , XV. Smith, D. Quon, I. Taylor, XV. Dunning, H. Taylor, R. Rankin. Second row: R. Berry, A. Maro, S. XVanat, C. Berne- king, R. Graefe, J. YVein, S. Kaufman, D. Hoffman. Third row: A. Nlclvor, YV. Iber, I. Paskovich, P. Zamhardi, R. Tuttle, C. Halgren, N. Tuttle, J. Sweet. Fourth row: I. For- nadel, R. Stickney, I. Leitncr, E. Zwally, R. NVinclh0lz, R. Brodman, M. Hancher, F. Reusch. LATI CL B Flrst row left to rxght D Sutter I Smolm L Gregory I Van Dljk L Kruhsh I Stfmcheck D S1egel NI Xie Garry Second row S Class ner I Slmpfendorfer C Remhart C Tarby L Perl man I Ratzman I Taylor Thlrd row B Kapella S Hampton B Fletcher H Taylor C Berneklng E Shann S Stachowlcz Fourth row H NVmn I Pasmlclc H ncher R Lacz Hoffman R Frtzpatrrck Mrs McCord advrses thls club WhlCll IS made up of Latm students 'lhzs club helps them to better understand Roman Hlstory md Hlstory of Italy md Greece It enlbles them to know the lmguage more thoroughly The members have a lot of fun at therr annual Chrrstmas party beeommg better .zcqualnted wlth the manners and customs of the people of Frlnce The clubs um IS to soclalrze the knowledge of the language md to glVC opportunlty for self LXPICSSIOH of the language FRE CH CLUB Flrst row left to rlght Xir Bauer C Barnes S Braun felcl D Slegel P Basow B Leff S Ensmmger Second row N Swfun J Ratzmfan 1nn H Cambe HCIHZ A Nan Gllder B Venskus N Janssen Thrrd row B Staloff D Allen C Brown D lxarabas J Far rand R Klophaus D Landa dro Fourth row S Nagy I Bordne ' ' ' , ' : . S 5 ' I ' 7 I a - v ' " : . , . Q ' 3 ' : . ' , . ' , M. a , . , D. " z ' ' 2 . z ' i ' . This club under the advisership of Mr. Bauer, enjoys i I h ,' z. . . . , C xi . . - ! ' ll 7 ' V! ' C., l : t. .' , V. 4 , 3 M. F , . , 1 , C. . , . ' .', lv. . . I , ' I I nl, Iv - S ANISH CL B Fi' Flrst row left to rlght Nlrs Nlarlm NI Krakoveslcy C Nlurray I Erdod S Ens mmger Nl Lenar X XVey rlclt Second row N ur phy N Hattler L Ferguson L Graber L Schnelder I Fenton I Hoeffler Thlrd row I Voros I Sprxngstead I Argyros I NlacNab P Hembree Thls 1S one of the fine clubs of the school under the adv1sersh1p of Mrs Nlarhn Its members ire kept busy learnmg the customs dress and h1b1ts of the people of South Amerlca Nlemco and Spam They also haxe fun NVI'1t1Ilg and prmtmg a Spanish newspaper Tlus club advlsed by Nlr Morson gnes the non college student the chmce to plclx up ClllfSI'CIlt bxts of lnformatlon ibout the bus1ness world whlch thex mlght not get ln the cllss room The club mcreases the lnterest m bllSlfl6SS and helps the student become better lcquamted wlth modern bus1ness methods COMMERCI L CL B Fxrst row left to nght Nir Xlorson NI Ulrich B Wren XI Breden C Lafanga E Adelsdorf S Xoungman IN Sxmmons C C'lSS1b8 Roehnelt E Sletz Second row P Osolneek C VValsh S Wlnn A Yopcaxage E Ianssen I Selest C BBIHES I Bums, C Chadxuclc, I Burt Thxrd row E Hanus, C Cuyer, P Gmsberg, XI E Corbley, I Robbms, I Bona VVltZ, E Calllgan, S Cole, R Tuttle, C Roscoe Fourth row A Pletrangelo, A Kater ba, L Lammer, NI Dugan, C Personette, XI Land, V Parke, I Plullxps, I Smlth 1:17 F ' tr Q, rv sv. ' , PA X ,f -M, I ' ' Cy Q1 17 4 K . T S. ' h 1 al 1.7 , uf . . . A ,. .wg 9 , . . . , . I , . . ll' - ' 1 - x A ln ' Xa - ' . I A S ' ' '- -"1 - 1 l , , . V 2 Y . M xr - I .' 'S I - 1 - - x - n . , . , . ' ' U 4.. . ' ' 2 54 I . , . , A 4 ' , I . , . A A , . . .I A- . f . I .. ' . T" . 2 ' a 9 " , l ' , . ' ' . ' L' ' ' ' - 9 ' 1 l . - , . ' Y ' . V ' m ' 1 1 1. . i . , 2 l . . , . . , . , . . , . .1 , . , . , . , . . , BI. ' - f , . . I . , . , . , . ' , . y - v ' F., 1 S I ,. I ," 1 J Q , T 5" ' iv SI . i'.. 11 'L ' ,. .- .' Q ' 'FQUODDOUO . L ' 1 . .A,A. 1 VIOLINS: XY. Kmkowiccki. K. IIOH-lllllll, D. K11uclsO11 Nhlrphy. SAXOPHONES: J. l"0l'llLld4'l, L. Cu-gory P. NI11storz1kiN. XI. Clllxhill. L. S111-r111.111, If. IIol111s, If il. f1I'L'L'Il. FREXCII IIORX5: B. Yitulc, D. Kmcll, j c2I'1lbCl', A. Cl1LlIlQl1l'f, XY. Cfllllpftlll. CELLOS: B lirclunly. TliL'XIPET5: II. Ki11d1'1-cl, XY. 1111-r, 'FROM l'4lL'tL'llCY, X. Swain, C. Rci11l141rt. XI. L.llIlCll'H. l"LL"I'liS BOXES: O. Cu1111c1r, L. 'lk-rpg-1111i11g, lf. R4-llsch. J. x,LlL'NLllJ, C. Nlurmy. j. Spivuck. C. Bl'I'Ill'kiIlLI BH.-XSSES: S. KLll1flllLlIl,.'X. Nlnclvor. CONDUCTOR li.-XSSOUNS: XI. Sullivalll. I. Yorus. CI,.-XNINlf'l'S: S Sir. Bork. lfclwaxrds, j. S111oIi11, B. XL-w1111111. BASS CL.-XRIN1i'1':N IU IOR CL.-XliINlC'I'5: B. Spfiblll, S. I,vxi11u. C. L1111clq-ll, XY. xll'iIIt'Lt', L. Klum-1114-11, Xl. Cc11'1'itm11'1'. S. lfclwnrclx, SJXXO- PIIONI-IS: 'l'1'11r1r. fl, sL'llL1Ht'I'. .'X. Yummy .Xlloz ll. csI'k't'Il. XI. Nl111'pl1y, R. IJ1-mky. l4l,L H251 C.. 5l7lllll'll- bcrg, C. BCl'llL'kiIlg. BASSOOX: NI. Sl1HiV1lll. FIIENCII HORN: H. Vitale-g Nl. C11xl1i11. B.'XliI'I'UXlf: C. Sic-gcl, lj, BAD f1I'LllJt'I'. 'l'liL'XIl'lf'l'S: j.1c'11lJv.-11, H. Clrrmbox, A l'.111x111, S. l5l'l'lll'I', XY. Kultm-ixw11. li. Ilm1H1111111. J llmu-k, .-Xrlyrux. 'l4liONIBONL1S: L. ,Ll'4l'1?4'IllliIlLE U. C.111111m1r. BLLL5: lu. Major, D. L-urufy. ILBA: ll Purtcr. CONDLCTOIK: Hr. 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'V l 9 i Q 3 5 2 if r P 1 e S C a E s a Q4 sl Q 1' L fs ,, 5 R Y' i 5 V 8 2 Q s fa 5 N Q Iw- I?-P39"2'5l2-' AT - ww, I 'It' gc, 1 - 5 , "A 45 A -1 5 Q - 's or JW , 'C ,. 7 I y, Kneeling: A. Ienl-cyns. Standing, left to right: C. Murray, C. Shann, M. Mclntyre, C. Terpenning, S. Lefferts, TWIRLER The twirlers with their many different cos- tumes, with the hand, entertain the spectators during the half-time shows. It is a pleasure to watch them because of their enjoyable routines. 'elf fn,-'A , 'if 1 J. Siinpfendorfer, C. Heinhart. TWIRLI C CL B The Twirling Cluh, under Miss Hansen,s guidance, trains the future Roselle twirlers and Drum Majorettes. Let's not slight our twirlers as they also are a great help. ' 4 . 1 :J ffl 'Ay X First row, left to right: C. Murray, J. Simpfendorfer, M. Melntyre, C. Terpenning, S. Lefferts, C. Shaun, C. Rein- hart. Second row: Miss Han- sen, C. Singley, J. Abramson, C. Lefferts, C. Upton, B. Leff, S. Classner, A. jenkyns. Third row: B. Zager, S. XYhite, R. Morenko, B. Hutt, A. Barr, C. Dixon, J. Baxter. Fourth row: S. Bailey, J. Denzer, C. King, L. Peundorf, L, Ter- penning, C. Brostosky. Fifth row: E. Major, j. Coleman, I. Murphy, Farrand, M. Land, M. Lundell. ! I First row, left to right: C. Upton, I. Hoefller P Dllessmdns I Jlcltson Second row C Neely, A. Van Gilder, J. Van Dijk, NI Plrsons C Bunes L Schneider A Illllllllx UNIOR HIGH CHEERLE DER The girls who cheer at the Junior Varsity football games are the Ir. High Cheerleaders. These girls are under the direction of Miss XVatson, and they really do their best to cheer the boys to victory. First row, left to right: R. De- Pcw, C. Heinz. Second row: J. Murphy, B. Ford, P. Mas- torakis, I. XVilson, H. Larson. Standing: C. Brostosky, C. Coscinski, M. Sullivan, S. Os- olneek, I. Reider. Dramatic Club members range from grades 10-12. They listen to recordings, plan discussions, and produce plays during the year. AGAZIN E CO1 MITTEE DRAM TIC CL B First row, left to right: Mr. Reid, I. Hicks, P. Cook, B. Left, S. Classner, L. Gregory, E. Adelsdorf, P. Ashby, P. Philson P. Esocoll, B. Anderson. Second row: A. Simmons, C. Ken- nedy, J. Burt, I. Taylor, NI. Ellis, L. Perlman, P. Osolneck C. Tarby. Third row: NI. Ham-her, Kaufman, rl. Pnsmiek H. XVinn, R. Tuttle, I. Lewis, Vl. Phillips, XI. Nlclntyre, I Argyros, R. Carangelo, NI. Lundell, I. Farrand, A. Maro, I Smolin, D. Anderson, E. Calligan. The Magazine Committee is made up of girls who collect and tally the subscriptions from the Magazine Campaign. First row, left to right: D. Kosch, C. YValsh, C. LaCan- ga, 1. Pignatello, J. Doinbrow- ski, NI. Breden. Second row: Bliss XYhitenack, C. Chad- wick, P. Dalessandris, P. Gins- berg, I. Robbins, A. Pietr- angelo, I. Steinen, K. Fairfax, C. Cuyer, R. Tuttle. 68 a , Q , N URSES' CLUB it CVVYF his elu c QU-fs wil ' to ' up 1 to hel .. ,f . tl Mb Ki- , . P First row, left to right: Mrs. Frey, J. Yivona, NI. Krakovesky, 1 mg 1 can en xlrs' C. Carr, B. XVren, j. Pignatello, E. McNeil, C. LaCangf1. . r f, Cly 'I S 'Hd AI. Seeond row: L. Krulish, S. DeNIarco, J. Yan Dijk, L. Kloeu- X 4 , "if fx. , len, C. Hampton, N. Franendorf, A. D'Altrni, R. Freda. KVM, 147 WN ' fvkr bpkjim Third row: D. Carnfy, lj. johns, P. Osolneek, T. Flaherty, XJ "C' 9 iff, ,., 'C X V' N. Swain, C. Dixon, D. Lawhnn. Fourth row: Nl. Mahoney, V , X .3 1, .' A. Hnhiak, XI, Nlatisin, H. Skiha, L. Penndorf, I. Murphy, " ff- f . XI. Corritore, Nl. Angenstein. Fifth row: BI. Lundell, P. "' Lk -N- Meyers, j. Bonawitz, E. Seitz, J. Bodner, C. Roscoe, NI. , 'L' 'lyt- Mclmyfe. Q 356 gf" ' t 5 QQ? ,, v . ti yt! J W-UW - W 'Pr li Q x C Q f r L The Assembly Committg-Q is thc group that plans the '4 assemblies. Under the direction of Mr. Doscher, this group '+L provides us with interesting programs throughout the year. . LA- ft:-. ' cawf 'X flgev V- ., S V . U J L. .fri ,e 'a fx First row, left to right: Mr, Doseher, D. Siegel, J. Adams, I. Pratzman, XV. Roberts. See- ond row: H. Taylor, S, Bow- ser, C. Hampton, A, Sit-il, Third row: F. Kellum, C. Nee- ly, L. Penndorf, K. Nleaelium BRASS CHOIR This group, which is composed of the hest members of each section of the band, can be heard at our annual Christmas Program. lt also plays at various civic functions. Left to right: Iiellerts, F. lleuseh, K. Hollinan, A. Sivil, I. Erdody, Il. lN1IltlI't.'tl, XV. lber, C. lleinhart, Xlr. Bork. SENIOR 'M RT COUNCIL . These eluhs give the artistically in- clined students a chance to learn how to use their talents. Much of their work can be seen throughout the halls on Christmas and on other festive occa- sions. First row left to right Xlrs Slenltrr TN Frm n J -' ,Q ' ' : . .' X " , T. 1 e dorf, D. Sutter, I. Hem- hree, J. Penton, j. Hoelller, S. Ensminger. Second row: R. Enright, A Nlelvor, J. Roman, K. Simpson, R. Tuttle. UNIOR ART COU CIL First row, left to right: Mrs. Slenker, C. Bros- toslcy, D. Carter, C. Knarr, B. Packer. Second row: L. Penndorf, R. Klophaus, F. Lehr, T. Loehr. v' A X A X Q2 is ig--' if W X v ww 0fQQ fxf 5,-W. SHIPBUARD RECREA T I UN A' Fx vsif' I w VV 2 ,gg F ki' A Qi: KX , 4 X N O' I N , , . 1 ff, eq! 4 -er Bi Q i 0 if F A P M 'Q bi!! N . ' S.: P ,MA NX X NI! XX WALTER KRAKONVIECKI VARSITY The 1956 football campaign of the Rams, under the capable guidance of Coach Donald Schaffer, found the team achieving a fair record: winning four and losing five. Victories were scored over Hillside, Springfield Regional, Arthur L. Iohnson, and Roselle Park. The most notable game was the Rams, surprise upset of the favored Hillside Comets. The Rams won with touchdowns by Iackson, Smith and Col- ford. The last touchdown was the cu- mulation of Eugene Clay's 57 yard run JOSEPH ROMAN if Aff' A I REGINALD SMITH CALVIN COLEMAN at I fi , I V' :ff A W, i - , , - f 1 :Vatu t "56ff'f'?z.' ,' .yn :gg 4 ., . M. Altl t c , JAMES EDDLETON MICHAEL COLFORD U '22 3 UOTB LL through the center and a pass by Smith. The team went on to a 20-0 victory. Our favorite triumph, however, was our Turkey Day victory over our arch- rival, Roselle Park. In honor of the fete's Fiftieth Anniversary, the Rams went to win 14-6. Co-captains Reggie Smith and joe Roman had the honor of piloting the team this year. Next year LeRoy Hay- thorn and James York will lead the Roselle eleven to what is hoped will be a successful year. JOSEPH VEIGA RICHARD ENRIGHT GERALD GREEN JOHN I-AMES EUGENE CLAY 31 I I 1 1 1 FREDERICK FISH First row, left to right: C. Coleman, H. Morgan, I. York, j. Eddleton, Co-Captains R. Smith I. Roman, XV. Kralcowiecki, L. Haythorne, E. Clay, M. Colford, L. Davis. Second row Coach R. Young, j. NValker, R. Krahling, j. james, I. Veiga, NV. Mt-Cleod, D. Cates, R jackson, YV. Buckxvald, H. Krohn, R. Enright, Coach D. Schaffer. Third row: Coach XV Bork, F. Dickson, H. Fisher, C. Creen, R. Bosnian, S. Holt, E. jones, D. LaYolpe, R. Es brandt, H. Boyer, A, Young, B. Symou. Fourth row: E. Fish, R. NVhittom, XV. jackson I. Creen, Manager A. Wilson, Manager J. Colvin, Assistant Manager I. Thompson, M Morenko, B. Bazley, C. Merrill. ANTHONY STATON 'xfa L Lf REGINALD SMITH LOUIS CROB JOSEPH SPYCH ASKETBALL Lnder tl1e C111 1hle ClII'CCtlOI'l of Co 1eh Rllpll ATITIIIIIO the 1957 c1n1p11g11 of the R 11118 finds the 100115 xx1tl1 the excellent reeorel of 1-1 7 Tlus XVIS 1eh1exed hx 1 tlnrteen gune xx 1nn1nff 5tre1le xvluch lneluded the defe It of exerx te 1111 Q9 the 5cl1edule tl1e Runs lo5t only to Cr 111ford 31121 hen 111el both of tl1e5e g1me5 xxere wr All. 1 1CCOI'IlPllS1IGd hx one of the mo5t -15 che te11ns o5elle 1115 xet 11 1d 'Norm 111 J xx1 seorer xx 1tl1 748 POIIHS 111e1 N 0311 9 LEROY HAYTHORN JAY WEIN 1111 ed 773 I'Ol70llIlC1S The us 111 l111e up xx lb C Green 111 OILS 'N Brmell L H1xtl1or11e 1nd F F1511 I11 reserxe xxere L C1011 R Slillfll Eddleton XX e111 A XeL11n Spxeh A Stxton md R Ixxl15l1 Seeded 5eeo11d 1n tl1e LIUOH Countx TOUFDI ment the R11115 hxttled IIIIO tl1e 5em1f111 115 xxhere the te 1111 xx1s stopped hx 11111K IX the R1m5 1lso 11 lttleel to tl1e SClHlflII 115 111 the St 1te Tour111rnent The F111115 11e 1l5o eo11older5 of the XX ltLl1Lll'lU' Conference Croxxn Next xe1r xx 1tl1 111ore tl1 111 h11f the te 11n re tllflllflg xve feel cert un 11o5elle xxxll 11 ue m otl1er 5uccessful se1son Xlr Young5 X 1115 5l1oxxn pro1n15e though heglnrung poorlx tl1ex 5te1d1lx nnproxeel 1nd xxound up xxlth 1 7 9 record lI1C1LK11l1U 1 XICIOYX IH the tournament ox er EdlSOI'l ,W ff ,1 I ' Q- ROBERT KYLISH EDXVARD JONES ARTHUR VIZIAN N1 'H' FREDERICL FISH X 51 L GERALD GREEN IANIES EDDLETON INORNIANI BRANDL 1 1 xv1LL1Ax1 BERNEKING 75 Q . 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W- 1 . 1 1 1 x I- 5 5 5 5 V , 1 3, . -- 1 v 1 - v . 1' 1 - - f 1, X 1 , I 1 , 1 1 1 Y, in 4. x ' , D ' ' 1' '1 1 " 1 ' 2 - I X 1 1 ' ' 11 1 . 1 1 '- 7 1 . . , '. , ' , -, 1, 1-.1 in , W 51. . Q .x 11, , ,i v, ., 1 ff' 'Sl' .ik , , L 4 , , , D 1 ,M I, T . y .1 J f I N JJ' . 1 1 JI . A 1 Af , 1 hal, Dj 1 1 M 5 4 " ,df 1 " -U K " ff f 4 "f ' fl 1,1-if nfl' nk ,ft In JA F fy f, 1 1,- 1 1. ,M . ' 1 111 ' 47 -1 ,fe ,we 0 1 .QM A I 1 rn' 11 Z? T, s . 1 ' " A 1 lffff' 1 L I 1" 4 I 1 ll ,,' 117 V F 1 ' ' v 'gf 4 M 4, J 1 1 1 X M' . V-X 1 ' -lv" ef- T ' .4 f' I ,f 1 vine -frl 1' . .-14 1 V 1, M I , , LL 471' g, Lg ' 1. 1 5- 'P' WKX ' 1 1 L 1 f. gl is .I , , Q . -1 A ,Il V 1 T9 'r 1 'Q First row, left to right: YV. Buckwald, P. Daggett, D. Soules, R. Honour, N. Clark, L. Johnson, C. Morris, F. Dickson, C. Basque. Second row: Coach R. Arminio, H. Krohn, Paulden, R. Dressel, M. Morenko, R. Enright, J. VVein, VV. Brown. Third row: J. Robinson, J. WValker, R. Jackson, J. York, L. Duey, D. Cates. TR CK The 1956 track squad under the direction of Coach R. Arminio had some outstanding successes. For the second time in four years, Roselle conquered the North Arlington Invitation Meet by outscoring twenty-two schools. In the Union County Meet at Westfield, the relay team took third place medals, outstanding performances being showed by Seniors James Land, and Larry Johnson. Robert Jackson took the XVat- chung Conference pole vault championship with a jump of 10 feet. Outstanding performances were also dis- played by: R. Honour and F. Dickson in the quarter-mile, L. Duey in the mile, XValker in the hurdles, and in the weight division by XVein, R. Morenko, and R. Daggettg up and coming C. Land, S. Land, and A. Drake. EBALL Under the able coaching of Mr. YValter Bork, the varsity baseball team had a success- ful season: winning eleven and losing six. The team had the youngest battery in Union County with freshman George Seaman playing varsity. Highlights of the season were scored by sophomore Ed Jones, who pitched in six win- ning games, including a perfect game against St. Patricks in the first round of the Union County tournament, score 1-0. Captain Clar- ence Davis won the 1956 Union County batting crown for the second time with a .451 average. Outstanding hitting was also displayed by XVa- nat, Holderreid, and Colford. This year, with five regulars returning, we are sure the team will go on to greater success. First row, left to right: Manager XV. Berneking, S. Pogue, C. Czerniak, C. Coleman, NV. Smith, H. Parker, F. Blasco, R. Smith, S. XVanat, Manager K. Hoffman. Second row: Coach NV. Bork, F. Holderried, XV. Baugher, B. Bazley, R. Grosso, M. Coleford, E. Clay, C. Seaman, R. Vaccaro, Captain C. Davis. Third row: j. Green, E. Jones, L. Crob, C. Hudiak, L. Haythorn, NV. Krakowiecki. S9235 E 'W' 1 'Hu I 1 ' ,' SHI' - 'IAEA . ,J . A CLLF ' ,W "gn 1" Nav -Q--52.7 T' FCOTBALL BASKETBALL Flrst row left to right: S. Land, L. Tyler, F. Porter, BOUOIH TOW, left to fi!-Zllfl l- 0'Bfi0I1, J. AU-Zyl'0S, I. Crosso R Ditzel, S. Sovinsky, A. Nietche, H. Stevenson, C. Chrebet, R. Cavalla, A. Silverman. R. Relsner C Brlntley, XValker, H. Mayer. Second Aaron. Top row: H. Morson fCoaehP, R. Scppelt, B. roxy T YY olfc I. Argyros, C. YVilliams, S. Clyburn, Peters, E. Lietz, R. Donald, C. Crob, E. Soliolowslci, W Pinto -X Isolde, C. Sineman, NV. Roberts, S. Fink, F. Porter, C. Land, R. Costa. C Lind Third row: E. Lietz, D. Smith, R. Donald, B Peters D Nelson, R. Seppelt, C. Crob, D. Marion, I Agms H Stienfelt, XV. DePalma. Fourth row: Coach NV XVard Assistlnt Coach T. Muhaw. IU IOR HIGH PORT In Junior High our potential heroes are made, for here they learn to become the Rosie Criers and Tom XYheatons of tomorrow. In baseball under the coaching of Mr. Michael Petrisin, the team had an average season, but displayed some outstanding players. Among these were: R. Krahling, E. Thompson, Agins, H. Stienfelt, R. Berry, and Cass. The football team under the guiding hand of Mr. XYilliam XYard had a good season. Though outclassed, they had a :Z-4 season. Their best victory was over Park, score T-0. The team displayed spirit and great potential, with such players as Argyros, E. Letes, R. Seppelt, and S. Fink returning, it should be a successful '57 season. In basketball, Coach H. Morson has been handicapped by a small bench. The team's record at this writing has been 0-6, but these have been close games. Anyway, we hope to see great improvement in the coming games. BASEBALL TRACK First row left to right: S. Crosso, A. Young, C. Brown, Fi1'5t TOW, left ffl right: T. Morne, XV. Pomitz, M F. OI es R lxrahling, R. Bozman, D. XValker, R. M0fCnk0- M- H11UCh0f, C. LZIVOIPC, H- Milvilfd, ,l Berry Second row: Coach NI. Petrisin, P. Esbrandt, TQYIOF, COHCI1 R. Arminio. Second row: E. Meyer, C R Wmdholt J Aging, H, Steinfelt, H, Leno,-d, L, Qgneg JB XYactor, S. Land, H. Soles, F. Butts, S. Brazil . ro s. . - ff?-fi. A S I ll a' .1 , -FO v "i .- 135 o , --. -- Q 4955 +8 V 'fc 'ia n 2 'Q 349' 4 y N N 7 1 r 7 ll ,F sink 2'i,-ff- LE., ..- lx I is . 49' , .:E"g1" L--'UQN K S -1- 'N 0 11 F if f 444 .-J ,f fx -in- ,'4'r,.'JW 1. ' Shari... . . 1. pf" K' :PNA , ,Q f v, K5 I I 1 QQ 6 XX e g1rls l1 1xe m1nv 1et1x1t1cs IH lllgll school but Sports Club xx1ll prob lblx rem 11n upper most 111 our tl1ougl1ts In nmth gr1de xxe s1xv the form1t1on of socetr xollexb1ll b1sketb1ll 111d softball te uns Tlns xx IS the xe1r xxe l11d xx 11ted for bee 1use noxv xxe eould t1ke ID actxxe part IH Sports Club 1nd beg111 to elrn PO1llf5 for our aw 1rds gxxen by the lNexx ersex AtlllGt1C As soc11t1on for GlI'lS At tl1e end of tl1e sports se lson lf 1 glrl h 1d e1rned sexentx po1nts she xv IS axx1rded l1er cl1ss numerll E1eh folloxx mg xear sl1e 1n1y e1rn 1n 1dd1t1on1l sexenty po1nts XXl1lCh dS1dC from P1 lllgllel' 1xx 1rd each year results 111 1 st 1te p1n lt tl1e end of l1er Nlarx Otto '1nd u 1n1t1 Plckett xx ere elected to Glrls Athletlc COllI1f.1l 111 org1n1zat1o11 of twelve glrls xxl1o are 0ff1C11l5 for all tl1e sports played throughout the year Our sophomore ye 1r 1n Sports Club made It posslble for Nlaxme Elhs Ann enkvns Nlarv Otto and uan1t1 Prclxett to elrn tl1e1r second awards Numerous g1rls obt uned tl1e1r first awards Tl11s yen many of the g1rls took an 1n terest 1n Off1c11ls Club nlmely Iudy Cl1r1s tlansen Lore Cr1ber Nlae Nlelntx re Cynth11 Neely 1nd ud1tl1 Stemen Our honor 1rv basket ball team xx IS xery proud of 1ts xx 111 ox er Cr 1n ford 37 79 We en led our xe1r xx 1tl1 Z1 success ful plax d1v for softb 1ll and xx 1tl1 Ann enkyns md Cynthu Neelx eleeted to GAC Our lllI'1lOI' xelr beg 1n Wltll many g1rls shoxx mg 1 renexx ed mterest lI'l Sports Club Soc cer came 1nd xvent xx 1tl1 ltS m1nx excltements such 18 brulsed SlllI1S 1nd barked knees B15 ketb1ll xollexb 1ll and b1seb1ll xxere tl1e three m11n sports our el 1ss l'I1lCl6 1 good shoxxmg 1n 1ll tl1ree The most tllI'1lllI1U ex ent xx IS tl1e bas ketball xretorx ox er Lmon on tl1e1r oxxn eourt As une can1e xxe h 1d our customary soft b1ll playdn At these plaxd1xs glrls of all four grades 1re selected for teams bv four sen1or captams These teams play one another 1n brref U55 grmes VX hen the g1mes are completed the te 1ms go to tl1e gxm for refreshments 'md en tert 11I1IT16lllf the xv1nn1ng 1nd losmg te1m re ee1ve sm 1ll l1umorous prlzes At tl'llS t1me glrls wl1o l1 lxe xttended three of four sports f 11th fully throughout the xe1rs TCCCIVS tl1e1r 1W1I'dS 1nd the ncxv members of CAC are lnnounced lhIlXlH6 Elhs xx IS elected to mem lJ8I'Sl'llP makmg 1 tot ll of four sen1or members YVl1en xve returned to scl1ool 1n September of our sen1or year tl1ere xvere m1nv changes 1n the Phys1c1l Educat1on Department Mlss To1a had gone to Teaneck to COI1t1Hll6 teachmg Nlrs Prlsk who has l1elped us make a success of sports club s1nce the n1nth grade had trans teachers Mlss Hansen and Nhss YVatson have helped us m1ke our sen1or year '1n enloyable one Our sen1or soccer team xvas the proud x1ctor 1n txxo games xxlth Umon The second game xvas pl 1yed on our football f1eld xvh1ch seemed to lose us 1n 1ts xastness as compared to the macad 1m belnnd the school The Umon glrls put up a terr1f1c flght '1nd It xv IS not llfltll the last few m1nutes of the game that anyone scored VVe emerged from tl1e fleld very tlred but Wltll 11 glow of prlde IS xxe had xxon 4 0 VVe had prex1ouslv defeated Umon on thexr own fleld 6 7 Tl1e Ramettes xx IS the name of the semor glrls b1sketb1ll te 1m 1nd tl1ere xxere many CI11Oyll7lC g1mes XYltll the lumors after school As tl1e months went by xxe played softball once 1g11n 1nd sports se1son ended xvlth three semors earmng thelr state p1ns Thls p1n IS xvorth 1ll the xvork that 15 needed to gam lt as thls pm IS the hxghest sports 1xv1rd 1 hlgh school glrl m1v obtnn Those l1onored 1n our class xvere M 1x1ne Elhs Ann enlxy ns and Mary Otto Although xxe xvere happv to see gI"ldll'lt1OI'l xve xv1ll alxvaxs look back xx 1th fond memorles to our sports act1v1t1es at Abraham Clark Hlgh School O JS ' :rx X 1 r 410' I ., IM Q .33 .... 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C 2 1 l 1 i - o - I 5 7 1 ' ' '- s 4 7 ' I '1 1 11 '1 ' 7 V - , 1. , 1 . ' 1' , c 4 ' I' .' A I . . A - , . , 1 . L c , 1 . 1 1 12 r ' v' v R , , ':.1. , :.-L. '- 1 1 '11 1' - '1 f 1 . , . , ,. , , 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 f 1' . . . l 1 ' A - . . . . . , , , ' 1 1 i ' ' 2 ' ' C 1' Q 1 11 ' 1 ' , 1 1 1 1 ' . . . ' 1 ' 1' 1 ' ' ' ' 7. 2 ' E ' . ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' ' . 1 - ' 1 , ' l'1 1 1 1 " u 0 - 1 1 1 1 g '1 1 1 ' ', ' ' 1 U' 1 ' ' U 11. 11 1 , 1.' ' , J " ,' - 1 1'. 1 1 V ' ' 1 1 . A v 1 7 . I x , A 1 1. ' , ' " 2 - r 1' ' 1 . , , , . 1 . , V " '1 ' J lf ' . . . , c c , J C? V7 rx GIRL I ATHLETIC COUNCIL Kneeling, left to right: XI. Otto, I. Rutzinzin, C. Neely, M. Ellis, A. Van Cilclur Sm-oncl row: Miss XVutson, D. Lawllun, B. Kiiptillu, A. jcnkyns, J. Yan Dijlc, jackson Miss Hansen. 9 First row, lt-ft to riillitz A. jun-ik, NI. Lllricli, P. Ifsocoff, J. Doinlmrowski, 1. Piqnntvllo, l' Morris, NI. Bn-cli-ii, Cl. Curr, C. Upton, IC. Love, j. jackson. Sc-cond row: D. Sicgnl, KI Krukovcsky, C. Murray, j. Dvlinzio, D. XYoo4llcy, D. Luwlnin, N. Sinnnons, P. Asliluy, li Aclvlsclorf, KI. Bryant. 'l'l1ircl row: Nliss Hanson, A. Ellis, S. llillqnist, A. Hass:-y, li O'Crucly, C. Bntlvr, P. Cook, B. Anclcrson, C. Brzullcy, Nl. Ellis, N. NVt-yrick. Fonrtli row ll. Tuttle, P. Usolnvvk. C. Newly, j. lfulstraiiilt, D. Anclcrson, C. Hurling, ll. Hoflnmn, ,I llutzxnain, 1. Taylor, S. Ilaunpton. Fiftli row: Nl. Parsons, A. Hulmiuk. Cl. Baines, J. Yun Diik A. Yun Cilmlcr, F. Turin-r, B. Kupullai, I.. llL'I'lIll2lll, K. Fairfax. Sixtli row: XI. Otto, ,I Springstcalcl, I. Yugiclo, j. Coleman, li. Kupullii, Nl. Lnncl, KI. Nlclntyrc, I. Bolmwitz C. Personcttc, NI. Luntlc-ll, J. Stcincn, NI. Nlclntyrc, j. Christiansen, A. jcnkyns. . on -1154 GIRLS' SOCCER Kneeling, left to right: M. Mclntyre, M. Otto, I. Spring- stend. Second row: M. Bred- en, P. Cook, M. Ellis, R. Tut- tle, I. Christiansen, A. jen- kyns, I. Springstead, C. Neely, E. Love, C. Murray, M. Kra- kovesky. Kneeling, left to right: M. Ul- rich, M. Breden, P. Cook, M Ellis, C. Neely, E. Love, C Murray, M. Krakovesky. Sec- ond row: . Christiansen I , J Ellis, J. Steinen, M. Mcln- tyre, M. Otto, J. Springstead H. Tuttle, D. Anderson, A jenkyns. GIRL 3 ASKIE OLLEYBALL Left to right: NI. Krakow-sky, N. Murphy, P. Cook, NI. Ellis, C. Neely, J. Ellis, J. Spring- steud, J. Steincn, j. Christian- sen, A. Jenkyns, NI. Nlclntyrc, XI. Otto, D. Anderson, E. Love, C. Murray. Kneeling, left to right: C Xlurri' E Love XI Ulrich A LL - E A - ' Second row: BI. Otto, J. Stein- en, C. Neely, P. Cook, NI. El- lis, NI. Nlclntyre, D. Ander son, J. Ellis, jr. Christiansen A. jenkyns, J. Springsteud. GIRLS, SOFTBALL I U IOR HIGH .QQ 84 PORT CLUB 1'1rst row left to r1g11t j1cobso11 C SlI1f.I1Ly I Free111111 C Lcffcrts Abrf1111so11 C 5111.211 P M1stc1r1111s R C111cz1rs111 lm W111tf'1e1d D Dl1tflll C So1111e11berg L 1x1oL111u1 Second row C C0111er S xIll'1xNNL11 B Sproul H LITSCII B C11lIlC11if C BLr11e11111g B Iford A XIISSLN P 51111111 B Heyns T1IlI'i1 row P B1soxx H Il0NNS1x1 P H111 1 cll'llfY S 1111110116 C Krmrr I V111 Dljk 11 Huebner H1111pto11 L S111r111 lll C D1x011 M Corrltorc Fourth row I Bogzon D B11rr111 B S1111111o11s S Bowser I xX11S0ll D f0SLlIlS1xl H Depeu S Osolneek C HQ1111 Lr 111111112 I 1111111 1 ron 01118011 orrls lung C S1111 1 1111sc111 A Crz 1 1 Slllllllt 1 I X1lll'D1lW j De-117er P Bostu1L11 B Rodgers 51X11l row C Brostosln I 5111171113 L PL1111dc1r M Xork J BlIL1xWl1L M C11s11111 DLBIISIO E P111f1r C Ll1l1C1L11 OFFICI L CL B First row left to right: Miss H'111sc11 CI C'1rr I. Do11111rowski P. Morris P. Esocoff . Lpton P. . s 113' . ' 111 - 1 . . . c11yrc. Q'-om row: Hi C1115 N. " - ns M. ry'111t . " s ' 1 . '1w 11111 , Eg cr . P- ' N. NVQ-yric' . . c ntyre. Third row: . '1' 'son .. 11- ' . '1z111'111 '. yncs B. Kip' ' . . '1 sons, . 'llll i", . . 111, . Cl1risti1111sc11. Four 1 rr v: A. VQ111 Ci1der, M E1 is, C. Neely, j. T115-lar, K. Fairfax, J. Bormwitz, M. Otto, E. K1111111111, A. Jerryns -iii llili , A Flrst row left to rxgmt xcobson P Nhstorllus B Sproul L Rloeblen C Berne lung., B Vlutn P H111 S Putnokw Second row I Y 1llDlj1x L Shcrmm Splx lk NI Cushm C Luudcll C Brostoaln 5 Lefferts C H lmptou LUB val -A X , I - M , S Z' rr B' , f ' L 'T' 'L f .- -s , 3 ' , . W ' - I ' 5 B A v , n f E A . Y ...E P4 5 I q : fi 2 W3 ., 11 ' ' 1' x g ',- 'l:.z .',..zfz".',. ,." ,. - 9 ,yu 1 'f J'I Viwt VZ.: 1. MJ' P Q K 3 P1 X K x N A if A f W , xx' 4 J ,X ' x Q .-, S X. 'N 1 "' J J Q Q A n EL- ' ., ' " ,gn I ,W - R 6 H U 5. 2 fl' ff Q - X . Y! E !' ' " . 1'. C . A, V . - C 6 . h " . V Q , A ,ii Q ...ew T Q If Y ,, Q.. 3,34 Q, V F' . M' ' V KN ,.s, A- f-,J I N A , I . fs Av- 4 v 5 W 312.9 1 K , - .5 4 A cf 'gr' WIWIWMMW 1 , uw fm. ,' ' WW E. W. SAYBOLT 8. CO. INSPECTORS OF PETROLEUM AND OTHER LIQUIDS Serving the Petroleum lndustry for Over 50 Years 265 Bayway Elizabeth 2, N. J EL 5-4400 ORange 3-2693 Ricciurdi Building 8. Construction Co. 641 TREMONT AVENUE ORANGE, N. J. OOO 87 1 'ici KU4 Congrafudzfiona fo Me Cfazu o 157 Roselle Savings 8. loan Association SERVING THE COMMUNITY 66 YEARS 121 CHESTNUT STREET ROSELLE, N. J. The National State Bank of Elizabeth 'ROSELLE PARK OFFICE ROSELLE PARK, NEW JERSEY THIS INSTITUTION OFFERS YOU ALL BANKING FACILITIES ASSETS OVER 62 MILLION SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation goof! jorfune lo Me CAM of 157 The First National Bank ol Roselle Chestnut SI Second Wood 8: Ninth 1907 -- GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 1957 Our Fiftieth Year of Solicitous Service to the Community Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Colonial Savings 8. loan Association 1 WEST WESTFIELD AVENUE ROSELLE PARK, NEW JERSEY -Member Federal Home Loan Bank - Savings Insured to 310,000 By Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE - 32: E'EC,KEKT ii? 1 I. . R . SUN!! CDI-E. 'iw PHTT Hiiliii BENEDICT 8. BENEDICT Founded 1870 INSURANCE 99 JOHN STREET NEW YORK 38, N. Y Congrafufafionzi fo fLe Cfaaa of 157 Mayor and Mrs. James Argyros and Family Congratulations Compliments THE BACHMAN-VEGHTE CO. of FUEL OIL - "BLUE COAL" J. KOPPERS COKE BUILDING MATERIALS THE CROWELL-COLLIER The Edison Corner Roselle, N. J. PUBLISHING COMPANY Elliott C. Dill, Jr., President Coon LUCK and BEST WISHES COMPUMENTS OF CARMAN P. PRAll ROSEllE BOOSTER CLUB 91 mov" COM PLI MENTS A. 8. M. KARAGHEUSIAN, Inc. OF ROSELLE PARK New Jersey FRIENDS GULISTAN CARPETS 0 0 0 CH 5-1158 EL 3-9560 Elll0T'S TAIl0R SHOP EXPERT TAILOR FOR LADIES AND GENTS FUEL OIL Oil Burners Installed - Serviced 0 0 0 117 West Second Avenue SUITS MADE To ORDER 631 E. Jersey St. Elizabeth 1, N. .l TUXEDOS FOR HIRE 92 1 R. J. GOERKE CO. ELIZABETH Newjersey 009 CH1-1224 BOWLING "For the Entire Family" ROSELLE LANES Home of the Roselle Junior Leagues and Father and Son Tournament 114 Chestnut Street CHestnut 1-1414 SUllIVAN CHEVROLET, Inc. 122-126 East Westfield Avenue Roselle Park, New Jersey igh- C H E V R O L E T TURBO-FIRE V-8 BLUE-FLAME SIXES WC WL. Sullivan President l Show Room Sales Room GULISTAN RUGS - CARPETS - BROADLOOMS By A. 8: M. Karagheusian 1135 Chestnut Street Roselle, N. J. RU GS, Inc. CHestnut 5-7930 PASKOWITZ BROS. -Q if 5 5 JIM1 KLUMAS AND GAIS REALTORS and INSURORS 613 E St George Avenue Roselle New Jersey Dom Gals CHestnut 5-4425 SALES SERVICE TWIN BORO AUTO CORP 158 E WESTFIELD AVE ROSELLE PARK N J 0 CH 5 6100 W ,I Schmelz Pres HU 6-2866 On the Avenue Since 1936 SHAMROCK MOTORS Reputation Built on Honesty and Friendly Service Stop -- See Slim 600 ST. GEORGE AVE. fCorner Roselle SLD LINDEN, N. J. ELIZABETH DAILY JOURNAL F R A U E N D O R F ElECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR CO. 231 East First Ave. Roselle, N CHestnut 5-1 1 76 Compliments Of WIIIIAMS ESSO SERVICE Congratulations to the Class of EL 2-0404 "57" "F or the Best in Sports" SOI.OMON'S SPORT SHOP RUBORITZ PATTERN WORKS 1171 Elizabeth Ave. Elizabeth, N. J. 475 Lehigh Ave. Union, N. J. M0-RAY CIEANERS FREE PICK-UP :Q DELIVERY CHestnut 5-9794 1001 Chestnut St. Roselle, N NATELSON BROS. Elizabeth, N. J. MEN'S Je BOYS' CLOTHING Since 1888 Congratulations to the CLASS OF '57 IEVY BROTHERS Elizabeth, N. J. BEST WISHES Kc SUCCESS TO ALL BIRD'S DAIRY 95 BILLS CONGRATULATIONS - D. F. DRISC0ll COMPANY CLASS QF S57 REAL ESTATE KAPlAN'S DEPT. STORE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 121 CHESTNUT STREET ROSELLE PARK 317 Amsterdam Avenue Roselle, N. J. CH 5-8107 CH 5.0395 John Fornadel Alan Mclvor Ch 5-6183 CH 5-8280 C"""'li"'e"'5 of Elk Beef Co. The MADHATTERS MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS Jack James Compliments of Beinstein Bakery Ronald Lacz Donald Finney Graduate House Division of the METAL ARTS CO., Inc. Factory and General Office - Rochester, N. Y. Manufacturers of Fine Class Rings ANNOUNCEMENTS - PLAQUES - PINS - SERVICE AWARDS 109 Monroe Street Newark 5, N. J. C. Alfred Fink MArket 4-9090 96 Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS SUNSHINE MARKET, INC. CH 5-8900 EARL SHANN PAINTER and DECORATOR 514 Chestnut Street Roselle, N. J. MUIASZ OEIICATESSEN 500 CHANDLER AVE. Roselle, N. J. CHestnut 5-9633 CENTER SERVICE STATION WOOD AVE. 81 RARITAN ROAD Roselle, N. J. 97 IORRAINE PHARMACY Second 81 Sheridan Prescriptions - Drugs - Chemicals Delivery CH 5-0361 Congratulations Class of 1957 ABRAHAM CLARK HIGH SCHOOL PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION numb Q fe CHARLES A. KROHN :X Plumbing and Heating Contractor 800 Smith St. Linden., N. J. Compliments of HAZlER'S ESSO STATION 501 ST. GEORGE AVE. Roselle, N. J. TUTY STBIDEN J QL -'-'lu Phone CHestnut 5-5678 ENSMINGER BROS. Carpenters - Roofers - Builders 650 E. First Ave. Roselle, N. .l. Summer Phone Pt. Pleasant 5-0545 R-2 Cigars Candy UNITED CIGAR STORE 207 CHESTNUT ST. Roselle, N. J. Toys Films Stationery CHestnut 5-0333 Gl.0BE FUEL CO. Francis A. Pitman 138 East Eleventh Ave. Roselle, N. J. Lubrication - Oil - Cas - Accessories KRAHNERT BROS. SPECIALIZEIJ SERVICE Wheels - Brakes - Motors 112 W1 Wfestfield Ave. CHestnut 5-7988 Roselle Park, N. J. CHestnut 5-5304 ELizabeth 4-8171 W. H. CROWHURST ROOFING and SIDING 609 Calloping Hill Road Roselle Park, N. .l. I lldU3tfliGl Residential Compliments of LAMPERT DAIRY FARMS 1600 ST. GEORGE AVE. Linden, N. J. CH 5-5450 William C. Forman, Prop. BIll'S GARAGE AUTOMOTIVE JOBBERS CHestnut 5-5888 CHARLES H. KUFAll PRINTER R 'ones All Makes - All Models ' 1107 Thompson Ave. Roselle, N. J. Wheel Balancing, Alignment 8I Straightening Frame 8: Axle Straightening Q General Repair Work West Point Pleasant X 519 E. First Ave. Roselle, N. J. Box R.F.D. 320 Riviera Beach, NJ. ,IIN :Quig- 1 S '1 - M' as ? Aix Ln.. Dunellen 2-9889 For an Enjoyable Evening . . . It's Phil's Snack Bar Featuring Teen Age Nite Club 1No Liquor on Premisesl Congratulations to the Class of 57 Bennett's Confectionery Highway 22 Bound Brook, N. J. 128 Chestnut St. Roselle, N. .l. Chester V. Ostermayer, Prop. Phone CH 5-9783 Portrait Candid Weddings Edward R. Doyle h dd Ant ony Re y INS RANCE ALL FORMS OF U PHOTOGRAPHER H""'e' 93324 137 W. 2nd Ave. CH 5-saos Roselle, N. J. CH 1.0440 Stationery Periodicals A 8. B Auto Stores Debbie and Irving "THE MUFFLER KING" Bryer's Ice Cream - Confectionery 1215 S1. George Ave. Roselle. N. J- 533 E. 2nd Ave. CH 5-9696 Roselle, N. J. Boro Garage SOMERVILLE New Jersey Compliments of Roselle Delicatessen Mn. at Mns. MAX sum: CHest.nut 5-5869 Lorraine Super Market Meats, Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Frozen Foods 524 E. Second Ave. CHeslnut 5-6336 Boro Hardware STANLEY L. MAUZY at soN 114 E. Second Ave. Roselle, N. .l. W. Gerlach F- Roselle Radio Sales - Service Heller Auto Radio and Television Specialists 1027 Chestnut St. Roselle, N. J. CI-Iestnut 5-6517 Cllestnut 1-0264-5 CHestnut 1-0226 Roselle Co-Op Appliances, Camera and Record Center 113 E. Second Avenue Roselle, N. J. CH 5-9240 Emil's Garage 500 W. FIRST AVE. Roselle, N. .l. Esocofi Plumbing Co., Inc. R 0 S E L L E New .lersey Andrew Hair Stylist 201 CENTRAL Ava Westfield, N. J. WE 2-4090 Women's Service league Mas. JERRY BARNER President 99 if ' V054 I J- 164' , ' lui S s S- i ff if Zimmerman Bakery Best of Lux.-k to My Friends and Former Classmates .Iuanita Pickett Best Wishes to the Class of '57 Stain-0x Co. Inc. Roselle, N. J. MaIin's 5 8. I0 203 CHESTNUT ST. Roselle, N. .l. Van-i-Tee Beauty Shoppe COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY SERVICE 17 W. Westfield Ave. Roselle Park, N. J. Adolph Stawash, Prop. CH 5-5305 Harry BaIdwin's Sunoco Service FIRST AVE si GORDON ST. Roselle, N. J. Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1957 B 8. M Food Market One Hour "Martinizing" THE MOST nv may CLEANING Compliments of Quality Bakery 130 CHESTNUT ST. Roselle, N. .l. Congratulations Mr. EI. Sutter Compliments of Brookside lumber Herbert F. Kuehn SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 225 East First Ave. Roselle, N. J. Compliments of Charles Maire Compliments of Nick's Barber Shop .lerry's Dept. Store 216-218 CHESTNUT ST. Roselle Park, N. J. Carmen Berardesco R J: R Radio and Television Service CHestnut 5-9540 207 Sheridan Ave. Roselle, N J CONGRATULATIONS! William l. Glickman, D.D.S. Dentist 801 N. Wood Ave. Linden Jack lelf's Delicatessen 116 E. 2nd Ave., Roselle, N. J. Free Delivery - Call CH 5-1357 Compliments of Pied Piper Super Market Flowers dc Plants - Cut Flowers dc Designs for Funerals and Weddings Cray's Flowers 1019 Chestnut St. CH 5-2268 Roselle, N. J. CH 5-7529 CH 5-3033 Compliments of U. Edward Ratzman REALTOR 122 Chestnut St. Roselle, N. J. The CLARKER Stall Wlishes to express its appreciation for the excellent co-operation and spirit of friendliness shown by RAE PUBLISHING COMPANY anrl LORSTAN-'IHOMAS SIUDIOS In making our Yearbook such a fine one. I Compliments of Castle Esso Service W. lst Ave., Roselle, N. J. CONGRATULATIONS! Amsterdam Sweet Shoppe 308 Amsterdam Avenue Lil and Joe Schmitt Roselle Frank Kurian BUILDER Linden WA 5-1136 Beniamin Kosberg Co. Paint - Wallpaper - Art Materials 231 Broad St. 431 Elibazeth Ave. Elizabeth, N. J. ..: Heartiest Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1957 from The ELIZABETH CARTERET HOTEL Elizabetlfs Largest and Finest Banquet and Ballroom Facilities EL 3-4000 Congratulations to the Class of 1957 . . . Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul H. Boyer Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Catherine, Emil Brach William Caballero Mary and Ruth Mr. 81 Mrs. John Christiansen Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mrs. W. S. Mr. 81 Mrs. R. W. 'Cole George W. Cullen Cummings Green Ellis Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard C. Enright Mr. 81 Mrs. Z. R. Erdody Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul Krakowiecki Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Lesniak Mr. 81 Mrs. George E. McClella Mr. 81 Mrs. Merle B. Murphy Mr. 81 Mrs. M. T. Murray Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Osolneek Mr. 81 Mrs. George Ono Mr. 81 Mrs. John Paran Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Peck Mr. 81 Mrs. W. F. Robbins Mrs. Charles Schmidt Mr. 81 Mrs. John Fornadel A Friend Mrs. E. Ginsberg Mr. 81 Mrs. Horace Girt Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Graber Robert C. Greene Mr. 81 Mrs. L. M. 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