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

 - Class of 1958

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I 'V Board of Education Harold Gushin Roland T. Chard Frank K. Brown, Jr. Eugene I. Caffrey Ki " ' ' xi- rw' V ,ig ' r- .,oL ,1 , A , I A ggi i ' Milf Ein- f . ,ff' ' . Q -g b : f:-- 4 N Y Lester Eckert Edward G. Engel MTS- Isobel K' Scott Leonard W. E. Simmons Adalbert Voros Burton P- Lewis, B-A-, M-Eli Secretary and Assistant to the Superintendent WILLIAM C. HEUCH, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Superintendent of Roselle Public Schools It has been our purpose, during youryears in high school, to provide those experiences which would enable you to grow in three main ways, namely, the upbuilding of the body, the development of the mind, and the inspiration of the spirit. We trust that as you go on with your careers, you will continue to seek those experiences which will add to your growth and development. Sincerely, Ma ALBERT S. PEELING, A.B.,A.M. Principal of Abraham Clark High School The Administration Many erudite and inspiring messages have been directed to high school seniors in this country through the past half century. World developments and national crises have frequent- ly colored these statements. To some of the seniors these thoughts were inspirational, to others prophetic and to still others mere "hot air". Few of those by-gone seniors faced a period of greater opportunity and, at the same time, one of heavier responsibility than the high school seniors of june 1958. Serious challenges to their country,s way-of-life, its leadership role and per- haps its very existence loom on the horizon. In the face of this, it is not only wasteful of your country's most precious natural resource, man- power, but also it is shirking a grave responsi- bility to be content with anything less than the full development of your individual potentiali- ties. A college education or further technical training for some of you and work with its training opportunities for others will open up doors of opportunity and responsibility. I am sure you will acquit yourselves well. Congratu- lations, you are about to jump the first diflicult hurdle successfully! Most sincerely, 9514... 5324.75 THI I. Brenton Stearns Edna G, Scott Elsie P, Lewis Gerald R, Gold A.B., A.M. B.S., M.A. RN, B,A,, MA, N, a s me S . ,ii-2 wwf - UY:.f.?,if,,g.5l nag. . Ml mam. lg fs- i. eihw-'l -law f ' we :ffm Jw , gsm? W , ps-ilwf' W ascxcimliif gmt- . f.yg,Lfg,m1v1,, WH- H .- 1' has-wi 2?af?2WiXP3h?k'? 1"Y1'f g.zzf,,ziEg132-' x 1. S, gg. :-sf.w,,A- wt -K 1' K , , f , 'V '."if ' f ff fi- : "P:f"zri Ia: :asiilaza 1 , f f.f'+'1-s . , P , I ' I . 1W'.7" w William Dzugan Leonard V, Moore Merle B. Murphy B,S, B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. Special Services Mathematics James j, C131-kin Marjorie Buyer Eunice L. Palzer C. Arthur Hodge B.S., M.A. A-B- A.B. B-S-, M-A- lfl xg, q 51758 1 -L f, Q, f5'2-iff ,A f ic'c-e i M M fn 4 ' ef . - ' V Eli! k V' . ' '- '-'P f ' Q -v '- -1 f h-1 fi, 1333, f if 'vb' lfdh, ,K S 1253 if ' Edmond C, Reid Mary B. Spring Richard C. Young Donald Schaffer B.S. B.S. B.S., Ed.M. B.A., M.Ed. English Department Science LTY Madeline D- Mcssnef Helen B- Cflvalwgll Magdalen A. Coffee Oriun E. Rice B.A., M.A. B.S., M.A. B.S. B.S., M.A. Regina A. Stefan Earl B. Rosecrans Thomas G. Stevens B.A. B.S., M.A. B.S., M.Ed. Department Social Studies Department 'el' 1 - ' A X1lll,' ' . . -,rg . . - 'ttt Ruth D, Prigk Edward A. Callahan Jacqueline F. Chittenden Grace M. Meyer 15.5, B.Ed. B.A. B.S., M.Ed. Meyer Tarlowe Janice A, Schlimm Dorothy L. Whitenack B5-, Ed-M- B.S. M.B.A. Department Commercial Department . 1 , 'v' I 3' ' J' . - 7 nl "r Helen L. Bell Casimir V. Bork Reed Chapin Edith K. Derrevere Ann H, Groves B.S. B.S., M.A. B.S. B.S., M.Ed. B,S, LeRoy S. Hendrickson Paul C. Hoopes Mary Alice Kilclluen .lean l- Slenkef Pwbert E. Slenker B,A,, ALA, B.S. B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. Arts Department .f 5 M Q , bg E- Ralph A1'miI1i0 Walter A. Bork Helen A. Hansen Lawrence Dube B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. B-A-, M.A. B-A- es, ff K x . f, ,eae T " ' I 3 M SFT? , ...v ' "gi Richard Rothenberg Betty Lee Watson Frances Hermo Elfrieda McCord B.S. M.A. B,S, B.A. A.B. M.A. 7 I Physical Education Department Language Department 10 John C. Babbitt E. Joanne Beaton B A B A Christian L. Berneking . . B.S., M.S. Lily T. Feam Saul B. Keller A.B., M.A. l Joseph P. Cirignano B.A., M.A. Albert G- Melvin Kenneth M. Pettigrew B.S. B.S. B.A. e t 1 f - Carl Small Mary Ann Swenson Margery E. Taylor B.A., M.A. A.B. A.B. Betty Toabe Paul Weissman Frank Zack B.S. B.S. 13-A- Seventh and Eighth Grades to k Henry C. Doscher B.S., M.Ed. Lewis Schor B.S. 11 THE CLARKER STAFF Editor-in-Chief, XVILLIAM BAUCHER Assistrlnt Editor-in-Chief, NANCY NVEYRICK Literary Editor, Deanna Siegel Jane Bonawitz Robert Byrnes WVullace Dunning Susan Emmer Ioel Glanstein Robert Shumsky Photography Editor, Judith Ratzman Iohn Barber Gloria Baynes Business Manager, Horton Taylor AsS't. Manager, Dorothy Knudsen Bilfblllll Hutt James Sweet Art Editor, Mary Parsons Christian Berneking Betty Kapulla Sports jean Falstrault lay VVein Typing' Editor, Norma Simmons Iacqueline Burns Ianice Iackewicz Patricia Osolneek Adviser, Madeline D. Messner A Ilappy Conference . ,. As Il rfzsull of our f2fl1lll?Cll"flJT!' at Ahfllw lllllil- Clark High School ww arc rmrly fu p1'm'c'f'rl luuwrcl flu' shkylinns' mul lmri- zcms which mu'n,s genius have zzlfmdy rwzllzfzl. VW' lznpc ffm! wr' may rldrl our fzllcrzfs lu tlw l'l'l'UfiUll of flu' trlllrr hori- zons of flu' fulurc. 4' W MM Huw V 1 1 w Class Cffieers President: Robert Byrnes Vice-Presirlcnt: Edward Jones Secretary: Elizabeth Kapalla Treasurer: Thomas Stancheck Senior Executive or R or Board FIRST ROW: Mr. Doscher, M. Reper, I. Van Dijk, B. Kapalla. C. Harris, I. Iackiewicz, Mrs. McCord. SECOND ROW: T. Stancheck, R. Brodman, E. Jones. EVELYN ADELSDORF Eve" . . . secretary . . . records . . always says "hello" . . . the lttle girl with the big smile . . . fislikes unfriendly people. ports Club 9, 10g Dramatic Club O, 11, 12g Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Iommercial Club 9, 10, 11, 12g lurses' Club 9. MILDA BAUBLIS Iusic . . . "Millie', . . . would ke to travel around the world . . dislikes having her evenings voilecl with homework . . . am- ition: to be some boss' gal Fri- ay. IOHN BARBER Photography . . . '57 silver gray Olds convertible . . . Italian food . . . "Bubba,' . . . good music with a beat . . . secret ambition: to drive in a sports car race . . . pet peeve: policewomen. Newspaper 9, 10, 11, 12, French Club 9, 105 Photography Club 9g Yearbook Staff 12. ELIZABETH BARNES A pleasant smile . . . drawing . . . music . . . pet peeve: home- work . . . "Betty" . . . secret am- bition: to be an artist . . . vo- cational desire: to work in an office. BARBARA ANDERSON "Bobbie', . . . dancing . . . pep and personality . . . secret am- bition: to learn to play the or- gan . . . dramatics . . . singing . . . executivels stenographer . . . pet peeve: prejudice. Sports Club 10, 11, 125 Choir 125 Glee Club 11, 123 Traffic Squad 125 Cheerleader 12, Dramatic Club 11, 12, Nurses' Club 12. ERNEST BAUER "Ernie" . . . blonde . . . muscu- lar . . . driving . . . rock and roll . . . dancing . . . ambition is to be in the Marines . . . peeved at cranky teachers . . . likes to pole vault. Track 11, 12. GLORIA BAYN ES Blonde . . . records . . . will make some man happy . . . pizza pie . . . "Glory . . . secretary . . . secret ambition: to travel . . . dislikes homework . . . par- ties, date.s, and dances. Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 125 Sports Club 10, 11, 12, Savings Plan ll, 12: Yearbook Staff 12, Commercial Club 10, Nurs- es' Club 10g Student Council 12. ROBERT BEDNAR "Baby . . . art . . . cars . . . hunt- ing . . . ambition: to be an ad- vertising agent . . . advertising ad . . . peeved at teachers who give too much homework . . . dislikes: homework . . . getting up early . . . going to bed early. WILLIAM BAUGHER "Bill, . . . bowling . . . good natured . . . even tempered . . . hopes to become a stock broker . . . pizza pie . . . stamp col- lecting . . . secret ambition: to become a professional bowler. Assembly Committee 9g Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12g Bowling 11, 12, Basket- ball 9, 103 Editor-in-Chief Yearbook Staff 125 Boys' State 11g Service Club 10, 11, 12g Honor Society 11, 12, Traffic Squad 12. CHRISTIAN BERNEKINC "Chris', . . . red hair . . . southern drawl . . . art . . . hopes to enter the held of medicine . . . pet peeve: to be called "Yank,'. Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 12: Band 9, 10g Tech- nicians' Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 12g Traffic Squad 12. BRUCE BAZLEY "Baze,, . . . friendly . . . well mannered . . . great guy . . wants to be a chemical engineer . . . secret ambition: to becomi an Air Force pilot. Football 9, 10, 11, 12g Baseball 9 10, 11, 123 Male Chorus 10, 11, 12 Class Sec. 10: Class Treas. 115 Span ish Club 113 Student Council 12. S l RONALD BENKO "Ronnie', . . . quiet . . . fishing . . . cars . . . boats . . . boating . . . swimming . . doesnit like: homework . . . tests . . . waking up early . . . ambition: to own a speed shop . . . automobile mechanic. JUDITH BODNER Vudyl' . . . sweet . . . patient . . even tempered . . . sewing . . dancing . . . hopes to be- ome a lawyer . . . wants to help lake the world a happier place . . pet peeve: having so much 1 do and no time in which to 0 it. urscs' Club 115 Student Council ll. PATRICIA BRADLEY 'aiu . . . dancing . . . a sparkle her eye . . . private secretary . . never a drill moment . . . cords . . . pet peecc: people ho pass you without so much a "hcllo". viugs Plain 125 Nluguziuc Canu- ign 12. I 1 . 1.7 new ,J l x K. K my ,K , 3 GEORGE BOCZON Tall . . . good looking . . . quiet . . . sociable . . . enjoys: boating . . . sports . . . makes engineer- ing his goal in life. St. Benedict's Prep 9, 10, 115 Foot- ball 125 Basketball 12. RICHARD BRODMAN Tall and dark . . . witty . . . "Richie" . . . hopes to become a mechanical engineer . . . secret anzbition: to own the worldis fastest car . . . pet peeve: people who box you into park- ing spaces. Track 95 Technicians' Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Executive Board 12. 1 ' Z . . 2 .. I -, sure f 'i 5. 1- . if .tV, .LX . , s,,.. EV . fi. is lee-fssi - f. 1 5, '51 E-.5 i Wigs ii .V Q. M :ft A3 M 1135- 3 ffdfi f , .. , .. - si - ,,.,, . ,,,.. , l. . - wPf5-f--S-:..- 1119-F -ii R Uv. so me : 1, . if-' fn? L in, ,.f 'r 5 .V . 235 35. gfii'iZg z 3. . XJ 32' VM kgs JANE BONAVVITZ Will make a wonderful nurse . . . jewelry . . . collects china . . . sophisticated and smart . . . how we envy that naturally wavy hair . . . pet peeve: under- classmen who push and shove. Spanish Club 9, 105 Commercial Club 10, ll, 125 Savings Plan 11, 125 Nurses, Club 10, 11, 125 Snorts Club U5 Traffic Squad 125 Yearbook Staff 12. NORMAN BRANDL Swimming . . . pet peeve: blind referees . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . basketball . . . University of Colorado . . . ".Vorm', . . . horse- back riding , . . plans an en- gineering career . . . secret am- bition: to play professional bas- ketball . . . popular with girls. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Truck 95 V11CC11ll1C1il11S' Club 10: French Club 105 Honor Society 11, 125 Traffic Squml 12. CHARLES BROVVN Quiet anfl retiring . . . "Chuck" . . . likes sports . . . basketball in. particular . . . Hope Memorial basketball team . . . bowling . . . pet peeoe: girls who wear bernuula shorts. Basketball l l . IUDITH BURT Heading . . . woulcl like life without shortlzanrl . . . "Italy" . . . Pat Boone . . . bowling . . . records .... s ecrelary . . . secret ambition: to be a writer. Commercial Club 10, 11, 123 Savings Plan ll, 124 Dramatic Club 11, lg.: Clue Club 10, 11, 125 Choir 11, 125 Alternate Cirls' State 11. Z Ak y , . , I - it ' A 5 ,. f , . iv A ' 1 1 ' y Z " . .. , . : -,an , ,-: ' :s ki V f t 'l' ' ' ' DONALD BUNDY i'Don" . . . likes girls . . . hobby is limiting . . . secret ambition is to be an agricultural engineer . . . wants to be a bachelor . . . dairy farmer. ROBERT BYRNES "Bob,' . . . golf . . . naturally nice . . . engineer . . . out-of- floors . . . will be a success in anything he cloes . . . A.C.H.S. will miss him . . . popular . . . pet peeoe: people who clonit say "lzello,'. Basketball 95 Executive Board 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Boys' State 115 Class Presi- dent 11, 125 Student Council V. P. 125 Yearbook Staff 125 Male Clior- us 12. MARY BRYANT A real swell gal . . . poetry . . lively . . . a million dollar smil. . . . secret ambition: to eircl the globe . . . enter the teach ing profession. Twirling Club 105 Clce Club 10, li 12g Art Council 9, 105 Latin Clu 9, 10, 115 Forum Club 125 Spanis Club 125 Service Club 125 Dramati Club 11, 12g Sports Club 9, 10, lf 125 Executive Board 125 Nurse Club 10. IACQUELINE BURNS Yankees f . . dancing . . . ali likes being quiet . . . "jackie . . . personality plus . . . willing worker . . . singing . . music . . . clrioing . . . hates 1 fail a test. Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Comme cial Club 10, 11, 125 Nurses' C11 125 Student Council 9, 105 Exec tive Board 9, 10, 115 Yearboc Staff 12. Vlullr ALICE CAROLAN Rerli' . . . talkative . . . petite . . dancing . . . records . . . uill someday be a rlental as- istant . . . secret ambition: to ose some freckles. LOIS CLYBURN Lol, . . . kinfl-heartecl . . . play- 'ig the piano . . . writing poems . . knitting . . . erocheting . . . ?gisterefl nurse . . . ambition: r pass chemistry ancl trig . . . eeoefl at people with no sense f humor. atin Club 9, 10, 11g Clroir 10, 11, Z5 Cleo Club 9, 10, 11, 1:25 Nurses' lub 9, 10. NIADELINE CAVALLA Small anrl lively . . . short, clark hair . . . dancing . . . ilriue-ins . . . football games . . . "Madcly,' . . . ambition: to be a secretary. Sports Club 93 Executive Board 105 Savings Plan 11, 125 Commercial Club 12g Magazine Campaign 12, Servicc Club 12. CAROLYN CHADVVICK "Conniev . . , charming . . . cle- lightful . . . likes to sew . . . dislikes people who flon't say "hiv in the halls . . . friendly personality . . . always the per- fect lady. Magazine Campaign 115 Savings Plan 11, 122g Commercial Club 9, 10, 11, CONCETTA CASSIBA "Connie, . . . bright . . . likes listening to recorfls . . : would like to become a claneer . . . tiny, rlark and big, brown eyes . . . sweet. Commercial Club 10, 11, 122, Sav- ings Plan 11, 12. JAMES Comm Singing . . . "Iemmies', . . . al- ways smiling . . . everybody? friencl .... secret ambition: to be a millionaire . . . likes being on tra sqnarl. Track 94 Nlale Chorus 10, 11, 12g Bancl 105 Student Council 11g Dra- matic Club 11g Traffic Squad 12, Football Manager 11, 122. CALVIN DEPEXV Blonde curly hair and blue eyes . . . his car . . . make a million . . . "Cal" . . . succeed in col- lege . . . hates to get up on Monday morning . . . truly the "class flirty. Baseball 9, 105 Male Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12g Bowling 10, 11, 12. FREDERICK DIXON "Jacky . . . may be seen on the gridiron or running track . . . likes to tinker with machines . . . ambition is to stay single . . . desires not to work hard. Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 115 Trallic Squad 12. JOHN DEAREY Pleasant and agreeable . . . Iohn seems shy but that impression soon wears of . . . "Deariev . . . Ioni Iames . . . pet peeoe: chew- ing gurn stuck under seats . . . secret ambition: to be a vocalist with a band. Male Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12. JESSICA DOMBROWSKI Tiny in size . . . but big in heart . . . intelligent . . . athletic . . . one of our more serious gals. Sports Club 10, 11, 125 Commercial Club 125 Savings Plan 11, 12g Maga- zine Campaign 11. RUDOLPH DISKO "Birdie, . . . the quiet type . . collecting stamps . . . math . . science . . . cars . . . ambition to become a millionaire and re tire . . . mechanical enginee . . . peeved at people who arf always in a bad mood. DOUGLAS DOLAN "Dolittle, . . . likes hiking . . reading . . . ambition is to ge a crewcut . . . dislikes studg halls . . . lunch recess . . . woulc like to be a military officer. DOLORES DRAKE Singing is her specialty . . . "Dee" . . . friendly people . . . neat boys . . . secret ambition: to earn her "MRS.', degree . . . plans to be a secretary. Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Choir 10, 11, 125 Dramatic Club 12g Nurses' Club 12. ROBERT DRESSEL Gifted with height and a friend- ly personality, too . . . Chevy . . . cars . . . dislikes women drivers . . . "Craslf, . . . to see the world with the U.S. Navy . . . secret amliition: to own a brand new car. . T rack 10. XVILLIAM DOVV D "Bill', . . . quiet . . . expressive mirth l... enjoys hiking . . . de- sires to enter some field of Civil Service . . . enjoys reading for- eign novels. VVALLACE DUNNINC "Tadv . . . friendly . . . collect- ing coins and stamps . . . fishing . . . wants to own a light blue Ford Thunderbird convertible . . . chemical engineering . . . dislikes long talks by teachers and homework on week-ends. Honor Society 11, 12g Service Club 9, 10, 11, 124 Library Council 9, 10, 11, 124 Technicians' Club 10, 11, 129 Yearbook Stall 12. RAYMOND DRESSEL Quiet, shy, nice to know . . . hunting and fishing . . . vaca- tions . . . "Ray', . . . would elimi- nate work and rain . . . plans to serve with Uncle Sam. MARY DUFFY Flaming red hair . . . music . . . secret amhition: a date with a certain celebrity . . . "Flame', . . . vocational desire: to be a telephone operator. 21 TERRY EDVVARDS "Hn . . . fun to be with . . . building model planes . . . tropi- cal fish . . . engineering . . . ambition is to be on the first space ship to Mars . . . peeoerl at girls in slacks or dnngarees. Saint Blnry's High School 9, 10, ll, Football 125 Basketball 124 Track 12. CLAIR KUMMER Ethcient worker . . . polite . . . enjoys working . . . plans to go to Florida after graduation . . . likes to bowl and swim when she has time . . . would like to become a stcnographer. Linclen ll. 9, 10, 11. AUDREY ELLIS "Chul9lnf, . . . lively . . . talented . . . sportsminded . . . likes to dance . . . would like to become a singer . . . dislikes gagsters who play jokes on people. Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Twirling Club 95 Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 124 Choir 12g Dramatic Club llg Com- mercial Club 12. SUSAN EMMER "Su:ie,' . . . teacher . . . art . . . New York . . . clothes shopping . . . trying new recipes . . . den- tist hater . . . sincere . . . talka- tive . . . ambition: to be ac- cepted in a glee club . . . peeoed at people who dorft cheer at football games. French Club 9, 10g Spanish Club 11, 12, Executive Boarcl 9, ll, Student Council 10, Art Council 9, 12, Traf- fic Squad 12, Forum Club 12, Year- book Staff 12, Service Club 12. BRUCE EITEL Quiet and agable . . . likes cars . . . tinkering and girls . . . dis- likes being kept on the go . . . would like to enter the field of business. IEAN FALSTRAULT Likeable . . . physical therapist . . . collecting ceramic figurines . . . reading . . . dances . . . am- bition: to be a good horseback rider . . . peeoed at people who borrow things from other peo- plels lockers . . . dislikes old T.V. movies. Library Council 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 95 Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Tramc Squad 12, Yearbook Staff 12. -rss . ROBERT F ITZPATRICK Boba . . . tall . . . enjoys the utdoors and leisure . . . ambi- ion is to be successful . . . de- ires to enter the yield of en- jineering. latin Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Techni- ians' Club 11, 124 Service Club 11, 29 Forum Club 11, 125 Art Council , 105 Union County Forum 11, 12. RUSSELL FRANCISCO Zentleman . . . golf . . . "Russ" . . bowling . . . sports . . . fards . . . mechanical engineer . . came to us from Westneld . . their loss was our gain. ioly Trinity High School 9, 10, 11. QQ Qs. ' i .X , .sr LAURA FOERI Blonde . . . blue eyes . . . music . . . likes to get along with peo- ple . . . sports . . . comics . . . interested in beauty culture . . pet peeoe: "catty peoplev. Sports Club 95 Nurses' Club 10. HAROLD FOX "Mick', . . . always can be found . . . likes records . . . dancing . . . golf . . . dislikes doing home- work . . . would like to enter the field of aeronautics. Spanish Club 11g Bowling 104 Ex- ecutive Board 10, 12. THOMASINA FLAHERTY Serious minded . . . definite ideas . . . enjoys good fun . . . writing letters . . . work . . . housecleaning . . . babysitting . . . dislikes: cliques . . . pet peeoe: lazy people . . . secret ambition: to work with small children . . . plans to enter a convent. Nurses' Club 10, 11g Savings Plan 11, 12. EDWARD GALISZEWSKI "Eddie,' . . . likes boating and fishing . . . dislikes getting up mornings . . . mechanic . . . am- bition is to be a tool and die maker. la fi ft 5 . 5 f A V STANLEY CALISZEWSKI "Stan" . . . likes cars and putter- ing around . . . quiet . . . hopes to enter mechanical field after completion of military service. RICHARD CRASSO "Weedo" . , . quiet eloquence . . . favorite sport: baseball . . . piano . . . model planes . . . me- chanical engineering . . . would like to play professional baseball . . . a quiet guy. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. IOEL CLANSTEIN Ambitious . . . sports cars . . . good food . . . books . . . Yan- kees . . . dislikes Latin and chores . . . future lawyer and politician . . . ambition is to become a U. S. Ambassador and own a luxurious estate. Library Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Forum Club 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 11, 12g Executive Board 9, 10, 11g Student Council 11, 12, Honor Society 11, 125 Yearbook Staff 125 Traffic Squad 12. HARRY GUTHMILLER Dark, curly hair . . . modest . . . enjoys working on cars . . . will make a good mechanic . . . an- xious to be a success. IOHN GILLIGAN Black hair . . . good looking . . . short , . . likes baseball . . . mechanics . . . quiet . . . un- assuming type. Basketball 9, 10, 11. CHARLES GREEN "Pop" . . . enjoys sports . . . football . . . likes dancing and girls . . . dislikes doing assign- ments . . . would like to become a mechanic. Baseball 9, 11, 123 Football 10, 11, 12g Basketball 9, 11. SUZANNE HAMPTON vlite manner . . . riding . . . aimming . . . "Sue', . . . parties . swimmer . . . movies . . . awning . . . the country . . . in . . . secret ambition: to be farmer . . . dislikes phonies .cl curly hair. ee Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Sports Club 9, 105 Forum ,lb 9, 10, Nurses' Club 10. LeROY HAYTHORN riendly to all . . . "Roy" . . . ways wears a smile . . . willing lend a hand . . . nshing . . . zwling . . . boating . . . Navy ommander . . . civil engineer . . sports. votball 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, , 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10, 11, 124 ass Pres. 105 Class Vice Pres. 11, ale Chorus 10, 11, 124 Student muncil 11, Pres. 12g Traffic Squad g Honor Society 11, 124 Boys' ite 11. CARL HALGREN Quiet . . . sincere . . . "Clam" . . . radios . . . cars . . . electrical engineer . . . girls . . . art . .. technical . . . aspects . . . red convertible . . . sense of humor. Art Council 9, 105 Technicians' Club 11, 12. DAVID HOFFMANN "Dave,' . . . tall and dark . . . model airplanes . . . scientifically inclined . . . ambition is to build and fly a flying saucer . . . peevecl at people who cheat on tests and get away with it. Technicians' Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 9, 105 Track 11, 12. CHRISTINE HARRIS Attractive . . . always wears a smile . . . "Tina" . . . cut-up in class . . . likes to play the organ . . . writing letters . . . has a favorite Marine . . . secret am- bition: to become secretary to the President of Esso. Cheerleader 9g Sports Club 9g Com- mercial Club 12g Executive Board 12, Savings Plan 11, 12, Magazine Campaign 12. SUSAN HILLQUIST Sweet Sue . . . sweet smile . . . hobby is records . . . likes red hair . . . music . . . sports . . . wants to be a nurse . . . dislikes jealous boys. Student Council 9g Executive Board 9, Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 125 C.A.C. 12, Latin Club 93 Spanish Club 11, 12. RICHARD HONOUR Tall . . . blonde . . . blue eye.s . . . sideburns . . . "Pepin . . . hot-rod building . . . girls . . . automotive engineer . . . sports . . . hunting . . , hshing. Football 9, 10g Male Chorus 10, 11, 12g Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Class Treas. 10. BARBARA HUTT Sparkly . . . smiling . . , cheerful . . . "Bobby', . . . bubbling with enthusiasm . . . always full of fun . . . music . . . twirling . . . secret ambition to become a comedy actress . . . pet peeoe: people who park in the middle of the street so she can run them over. Choir 10, 11, 125 Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Library Council 9, 10, 11, Twirling Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Twirl- er 125 Student Council Sec.-Treas. 12, Savings Plan 11, 12, Yearbook Stall 12. EDVVARD HOUSE Quiet . . . a gentleman . . .Edv . . . good mixer . . . dancing . . . likes Englishmen . . . dislikes people who mimick him . . . people who tease him about be- ing English. RAYMOND HOWARTH "Ray', . . . quiet . . . ambitious . . . printing . . . pilot . . . always agreeable . . . willing to help the one in need . . . a good friend to all. sill ts ROBERT HOPP "Hoppy" . . , sports . . . cars . . eating . . . sleeping late . . . en gineering . . . peeoed at home work . . . ambition: to bowl 4 300 game . . . dislikes tests . . getting up early . . . fake laughs Basketball 9, Baseball 10g Bowlin, 10, 11. JANICE IACKIEWICZ Pleasant . . . poised . . . "Ian . . . dancing . . . good musi . . . friendly people . . . Englis . . . hillbillys . . . dislikes jealou boys and homework . . . priuat secretary . . . likes tall, dark an. handsome men. Cheerleader 9, 115 Glee Club 9, 11 11, 125 Student Council 125 Yearboo Staff 12, Nurses, Club 10, 11, 15 Commercial Club 10, 11, 125 Sas ings Plan 11, 125 Executive Board li .4-P" fans ROBERT JACKSON !adu" . . . smiling . . . flirta- Jus . . . sports . . . college . . . vach . . . professional football . . always full of questions... ways practices running hur- es. notball 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, , 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11. ELIZABETH KAPALLA Bef' . . . sewing . . . desires to 2 a designer . . . peeved at zople who push in the hall . . . nbition is to go to Rome. vorts Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Clee Club I0, 11, 125 Student Council 10g recutive Board 11, Class Secretary g Latin Club 9, 10, 11, U.A.LJ. io, , 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Year- vok Stall 125 Citizenship Represen- :ive 11. OTHELLO JENKINS Expressive . . . hobbies include drawing and making model planes . . . "Jenks, . . . pilot . . . art . . . music . . . sports . . . pet peeoe: the squeaking of chalk on a blackboard . . . likes to see fellows wearing Ivy-League clothes. Band 9, 105 Track 11, 12. IAN KENNEDY "Ike', . . . six-footer . . . the silent type . . . enjoys working on cars . . . will be a successful mechanic. VVALTER JACKSON Always ready with a smile . . . "Lump" . . . gentleman . . . dancing . . . sports . . . be a teacher . . . truck driver . . . tease . . . ladies' man. Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 12. EDWARD JONES "Butch,' . . . best all round . . . bowling . . . flirting . . . cards . . . ambition is to play profes- sional baseball . . . peeued at umpires who can't see past their noses . . . after college, Air Force . . . witty . . . has what it takes to succeed. Football 9, 10g Basketball 9, 10. 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10, 11, 125 Student Council 12, Class V. P. 12, Execu- tive Board 12g Yearbook Stall 125 Traflic Squad 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Bowling 10, 11, 12. W., ifaafgii-Warm., rfgggwe,w,-,s.sg- . V Wit, ,,,, f my -wfkfvyf - V rvtir l .L 1' "v, f -f . f-7' 1' "f' : Y . ' 'I 'P?'f??i5x 'wfizggl f- ' ' "-17 337 11 :pf args? my fi M i S 1 - X J Li ft' jjpztg ,,-,1 -:gig .. - . . J I gi MM K, J, I- - ,',,.-, . , , X eiffiaf sri. S 1 o ,U rf., is ., ','3t'fl'l'7?,l'if5' A ' A WANDA KROK Cute . . . friendly . . . "Wendy" . . . full of pep and enthusiasm . . . Battin High School . . . art . . . dancing . . . sports . . . suc- cess . . . secretary . . . writing letters . . . driving a car . . . crew cuts. Battin High School 10, 11. BRUCE LaFLEUR Tall . . . strawberry blonde . . . crew cut . . . tease . . . "Moose" . . . good sense of humor . . . pet peeve: a girl who asks ri- diculous questions about cars . . . State Trooper. Football 95 Basketball 9, 105 Base- ball 9. DOROTHY KNUDSEN Quiet with a sweet smile . . . "Dot" . . . likes sewing and ani- mals . . . music . . . pet peeve: people who say one thing then turn around and say the other. French Club 9, 105 Clee Club 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 9, 10, 115 Year- book Stafl 125 Choir 11, 125 Savings Plan 12. WILLIAM LAMBERT Blonde . . . quiet . . . "Bill, . . . hunting . . . fshing . . . secret ambition: to be an adventurer . . . pet peeve: people who cheat on tests . . . forester. Service Club 9, 10, 11, 12. ROBERT KYLISH Witty . . . good looking . . "Beary . . . good sense of humc . . . fishing . . . hunting . . sports . . . country . . . cars . . dislikes people who are late ani poor sports . . . sports-writer. Football 9, 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11 125 Baseball 95 Bowling 10, 11, 12' Tennis 11, 12. CARMEN LACANGA Small. . . dark. . .active . . . friendly manner toward every- one . . . listening to records... dancing . . . bowling . . . secret ambition: to be an airline hostess . . . dislikes conceited boys. Nurses' Club 10, 11, 125 Magazine Campaign 115 Commercial Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Savings Plan 12. NADINE LANDERS lusty" . . . short . . . dislikes llvis Presley . . . enjoys danc- ig and listening to Pat Boone . . wants to be a registered urse . . . hates having too many vsts. lee Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 11g Janish Club 11, 12. ROBERT MACHEMER Mach" . . . tall and good look- ng . . . blonde hair . . . pet weeoe: people who always bor- ow but refuse to lend . . . en- oys fishing . . . pharmacist. Basketball 9, 11. MAE BELL LAND Tall . . . sincere . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . sports . . . art . . . dramatics . . . secret ambition: to triumph over Al- thea Gibson in tennis . . . pet peeoe: people who think they're superior . . . likes being a senior in A.C.H.S .... nurse. Twirling Club 9, 10, 11, 129 Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Commercial Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Dramatic Club 11, 125 Art Council 9, 10. ARLENE MASSEY "Babe's" . . . congenial . . . en- joys dancing . . . records . . . wants to be a beautician . . . sports minded . . . peace minded. Glee Club 10, 11, 124 Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12. RAYMOND LIETZ Tall . . . likes to bowl . . . in- terested in hi-fi . . . likes art . . . fun to be with . . . desires to become an artist . . . an all around good guy. Art Council 12. kk,, S C A " A ' 'V 3. Vx- ' .. JOHN MANLEY "Johnny" . . . friendly . . . quiet . . . secret ambition: to be an architect . . . likes working on cars . . . will be a successful businessman. Track 10. MAUREEN MCGARRY "Mo" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . big things come in little pack- ages . . . pet peeoe: people who step on her suede shoes . . . will be a successful l.B.M. worker. Latin Club 9, 10, 11g Library Coun- cil 9, 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club 11, 125 Clee Club 10, 11, 125 Savings Plan 12. PATRICIA MEYER "Pat" . . . friendly in a serious way . . . attractive . . . pet peeue: two-faced people . . . likes to sew . . . wants to be a laboratory technician. Nurses' Club 11, 125 Library Coun- cil 12. KATIE MCNEILL A cute little pixie . . . mirth and mischief . . . "Joyce, likes danc- ing and the rotary schedule . . . pet peeve: "Being teased be- cause I am smallf' GRANT MERRILL "H11b', . . . friendly . . . likes cars and girls . . . desires to suc- ceed anrl be important . . . hates to walk. Football 11, 125 Spanish Club 12. WVALTER MCLEOD i'Mac,' . . . enjoys singing an. dancing . . . also girls . . . want to be a Marine . . . track . . football . . . pet peeve: oper. singers. Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 1C 11, 12. ELZA MINOR "Hamm" . . . friendly dispositio . . . likes to read and listen t records by the Channels . . also parties and camping . . dislikes class wise guys . . . se cret ambition is to be an Al American fullback. Football 11, 125 Track 10, 11, If Spanish Club 11, 125 Art Council 1 125 Male Chorus 125 Commcrci: Club 12. iififgiig ., gsesxii nv. " 5, . i 3 ..., , 5. ,... , , .N agp ..'.i. .., A A Ag HENRY MORGAN falm, cool, and collected . . . Hankv . . . likes to sing and 'ance . . . a good all 'round oort . . . tall . . . a football talwart. 'ootball 10, 11, 12g Basketball 9. PATRICIA O'CRADY Pati' . . . one half ofa pair . . . ikes bowling . . . dislikes people who stare . . . secret ambition: o succeed in life as a secretary. ports Club Il. FREDERICK MORRIS "Briek,' . . . quiet . . . likeable . . . wants to join the Air Force . . . fly around the world . . . likes to watch football games and T .V .... also likes war movies. Commercial Club 103 Track 11, 12. . -f'-. is is I f f F f ,W , ' P 'fl ' " Q . ,..,, ,,i, H .. f ,I ,flaw . ' ,, J-I , . gy. g. 'll ,fgywxig-.i . iifsz ' f' ,FF l.l fi' K 5f'i'fg2'i ig' EQ - Q ".' A if if' ,fz'.,i15, . y 5. If ,,L. 5 X559 img WILLIAM NICKEL "IVillie" . . . tall and cute . . . blonde hair . . . collects stamps . . . likes cars and girls . . . de- sires to be an administrative executive. Football 95 Baseball 95 Bowling 11, 12. up Assisi. .,., tt, ' H 1 if I iyi,i.wg5gw ties?-1 K ' QW., L,f,f this ,I . - ftP?,,kg if - A -img, 'fi f 1 ,fi , M254 . s ASV Q A X 0' A 4 Q 1 4 .3 ' P I sf X NW' I s ,ti 1 5 5 Q I. ,wc is is is si it N49 ,JJIKFN , 'E tiki v ,vcx,,,,4 Mugs sg my M if '. x z ,s X 2,1 ,,lm,,,f,, ,S W X K: ,ii X K Q Q U iw -is 1 as It 191 SSD if. it ui Ng . ,a.2 4l 5qi5lvTiE-f ig'2,,fJ1s5?'2'Q4i1 15,16 ' -5,1-. gi? s ' ixviggfslh- v-g ::,.i,,,i,-- ms' ,rv - fi-,inf I 1 29 ,it ff-ssa. A' ales.. . ,,., ,, CHARLES MORRIS "Chas, . . . short . . . friendly . . . enjoys outdoor activities . . . also listens to records by Brubeck . . . pet peeve: to see the underclassmen H1111 gradel walk down senior hall . . . wants to be a bachelor. Football 94 Track 9, 10, 125 Basket- ball 9, 10. ROSEMARY O'GRADY "Rosie" . . . the other half . . . ambition is to marry a million- aire . . . likes dancing . . . dis- likes getting up in the morning . . . will make a good secretary. Sports Club 115 Savings Plan 11, 12. . ANTHONY ONORATO "Tony" . . . tall . . . a good sport . . . enjoys sports . . . especially bowling . . . wants to join the service and make it his career . . . secretly he wants to make a fortune. Track 9, Basketball 9, 10. I - lll' 'ss' , L' nl ' I llel v HARRY PARKER "Buddy,' . . . energetic . . . popu- lar . . . secret ambition: to play major league baseball . . . en- joys sports . . . wants to be a mechanic for Esso Standard Oil. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12, Bowling 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA OSOLNEEK "Pat', . . . cheerful . . . charming . . . enjoys dancing, particularly jitterbug . , . parties . . . records . . . pizza . . . secret ambition: to be a famous dancer . . . pet peeoe: people who do not listen to your side of the story. Clee Club 10, 11, 12, Sports Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 11, 12, Dramatic Club 10, 11, Nurses' Club 10, 11, 12, Commercial Club 10, 11, 12, Savings Plan 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 12. DOUGLAS PECINA "Bug,' . . . short . . . best looking in the senior class . . . bowling . . . pet peeoe: homework . . . would like to be a Physical .Edu- cation teacher. Male Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Traffic Squad 12, Bowling 11, 12, Band 9, Executive Board 9, Savings Plan 12. VIRGINIA PARKE "Ginny" . . . slender . . . enjo listening to records . . . dislik people who think they are bett than others . . . wants to be secretary. Commercial Club 10, 11, 12, Twii ing Club 9, 10. E s MARY PARSONS "Pain . . . always greets on with a friendly smile . . . secre ambition: to become a well known artist . . . likes to draw progressive jazz . . . sport. clothes . . . pet peeve: peopli who start to tell you something and then say never mind or . forget. Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Cheer leader 9, 10, 11, 12, Student Counci 9, 10, 11, 12, Class President 9 Class V. P. 10, Executive Board 11 LOIS PHIFER ,o" . . . enjoys cooking . . . :es most teachers . . . tall fel- ws over 6'2,' . . . pet peeve: ztests people who tell her to tile wherever they see her . . . ill succeed in the medical held. ee Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Sports Club 10, 11, 124 Latin Club 9, 105 'atorical Contest 11g French Club , 12. JOAN NE PIGNATIELLO natural leader . . . "Ion . . . :retly wants to be a Naval In- uctor . . . witty . . . likes rifle voting . . . dancing . . . wants be a New York Secretary . . . 'rue nurses' aide. rts Club 10, 11, 123 Nurses' Club 11, 125 Magazine Campaign 115 ings Plan 11, 12. GAIL PERSONETTE "Percy" . . . serious minded . . . congenial . . . enjoys singing... vocational desire is to be a flor- ist . . . could sell a yearbook ad for refrigerators to an Es- kimo. Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Choir 10, 11, 124 Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Art Council 9, 105 Twirling Club 9, 10, Band 9, 105 Orchestra 9, 105 Dra- matic Club 9. EVERETT RAND "Snook" . . . amiable . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . wants to be an Air Force pilot . . . pet peeve: boys who dress sloppy. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 12g Commercial Club 11, 12. JEAN PHILLIPS Serene . . . a natural after-dinner speaker . . . cordial . . . "Jeanie" . . . secretly wants to travel around the world tfirst class, of coursej . . . likes gossip . . . hobby: going to Long Island . . . dislikes worrying. Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Commercial Club 10, 11, 12, Savings Plan 11, 125 Dramatic Club 9, 10, Library Council 9, 10. DONALD QUON "Don" . . . good natured . . . quiet personality . . . secret am- bition: to be a soldier of for- tune . . . enjoys sports . . . flying . . . explorers . . . dislikes mak- ing speeches . . . will make a good engineer. French Club 95 Technicians' Club 11, 12. iw. . ROY RANSOME "Count" . . . tall and interesting . . . likes parties, dancing, and roller .skating . . . dislikes so- phisticated girls . . . wants to attend Winston Salem Teachers College. Football 9g Basketball 9, 10. MARTHA REPER Cute . . . "Martyn . . . wants to be a nurse . . . likes square dancing, weekends, teachers who let you chew gum and talk . . . secretly wants to own a red jaguar. Sports Club 10, 11, 12g Executive Board 11, Spanish Club 12g Student Council 12. JOSEPH RAYMOND "Undertaker', . . . very witty... electrical engineer . . . Keans- burg . . . Hoboken . . . sleeping late . . . eating . . . going to bed late . . . hates tests . . . home- work . . . getting up early . . . ambition: success . . . peeoecl at girls who think they own the world. WILLIAM REDZINIAK "Bill" . . . good looking . . . en joys dancing . . . secret ambi- tion: to own a 1958 black Cadil- lac convertible . . . dislikes peo- ple who talk to you one day but not the next. Football 10g Baseball 10, 125 Bowling 10, 12, Executive Board 9, 10, 11g Track 11. lbw IUDITH RATZMAN YVonderful, witty and wise . . "Iudy,' . . . secretly wants to b a successful writer or poet , . likes: summer on Long Beac Island, homemaking, convert- bles, solitude . . . dislikes: he straight hair and early rising. Latin Club 9, 10, French Club 11 12g Band 9, 10g Newspaper Staff S Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 124 G.A.C. If 11, 124 Traffic Squad 125 Yearboo Staff 12g Honor Society 11, 125 Citi zenship Institute 113 Clee Club S 10, 11, 125 Assembly Committef 11, 12. ELIZABETH RODGERS "Betty', . . . sunny dispositio . . . loads of fun . . . likes ol cars, music, and sneakers wit colored laces . . . dislikes gettin up early, sideburns, and mat . . . secret ambition: to learn t make raoioli . . . weaknesses ar gum and Pete. PAUL ROGERS Hoge" . . . good-natured . . . fislikes long speeches by a cer- zin teacher . . . and people who sell his name with a "D" . . . :ants to make the Navy his rireer. Iale Chorus 10, 11, 12. ROBERT SHUMSKY lute . . . big dark eyes . . . Shumv . . . his Chevy . . . wants 9 be a chemical engineer . . . uper intelligent . . . likes week- nds . . . dislikes crowded corri- fors and tests. 'rench Club 9, 10, 115 Trailic Squad 2g Yearbook Staff 12. GEORGE SERNIUK Quiet and conservative . . . nickname "Sem" . . . likes money . . . hopes to be an Oral Sur- geon . . . pet peeve: work. Latin Club 9, 10g Male Chorus 129 Baseball 95 Assembly Committee 12. GEORGE SHEPPARD "Shepv . . . talkative . . . wants to be: store manager . . . fishing . . . pet peeve: women drivers . . . hiking . . , adept at creating chaos. , Basketball 9. EMIL SCHAU Cars . . . sleeping late . . . stay- ing out late . . . a writer . . . ambition is to travel around the world spending money exorbi- tantly . . . math hater . . . dis- likes getting up early . . . peeved at teachers who don't let you explain. DEANNA SIEGEL Afable and a good worker . . . wants to be an elementary teacher . . . likes: the ocean, spring and fall, people lgen- erallyj . . . sassy . . . dislikes: being quiet, snakes, . . . little in size, but big in heart. Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Band 9, 10g Forum Club 9, 103 Latin Club 9, 104 French Club 11, 125 Assembly Committee 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 12g Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Year- book Stail 12, Trailic Squad 129 Twirling Club 9, 10g Girls' State 115 Executive Board 95 Savings Plan 12. NORMA SIMMONS Wants to be a law secretary . . . likes singing . . . dislikes show- ojzs . . . liars . . . secret ambi- tion: to marry a certain Marine . . . oery conscientious and ac- curate as a secretary. Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Choir 11, 125 Savings Plan 11, 125 Commercial Club 10, 11, 125 G.A.C. 124 Yearbook Staff 12. ANDREW SIVIL Music! Maestro! . . . "Andy"... likes Italian food . . . good bands . . . subtle prankster . . . a talented musician . . . pet peeve: women who are always talking . . . wants to be a music teacher. Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 95 Dramatic Club 105 Oratorical Contest 11. BOY SIEGEL Carefree and casual . . . wants to be a prosperous businessman . . . likes: girls, money, Rock and Roll . . . secretly wants:- to get married. MARILYN SOIKA Neat and trim . . . "Mar" . . . likes dancing . . . riding in the rain . . . wants to be a buyer for a clothing store . . . pet peeve: cliques . . . ambition: a success- ful marriage. Library Council 95 Sports Club 95 Savings Plan 11, 125 Commercial Club 12. JEAN SIMPFENDORFER Staunch and stalwart . . . "lean- ie" . . . likes camping, cars, drive-ins . . . dislikes: stuck up boys . . . wants to work for I.B.M .... secretly wants to be a good housewife. Twirler 10, 115 Twirling Club 9, 10, 115 Glee Club 9, 105 Band 10, 115 Latin Club 9, 10. l l l JOAN SMITH "lane" . . . records . . . dancing . . . riding in a car . . . ambition: to have a successful marriage . . . telephone operator . . . peeved at catty people . . . dis- likes noisy people . . . people who talk behind your back. Ma azine Campaign 125 Commercial Club 10, 11, 125 Savings Plan 125 Nurses' Club 10, 11, 12. THOMAS STANCHECK Cute . . . with a crew cut . . . "Tom', . . . hobby: listening to records . . . secret ambition: to be a wealthy bachelor . . . dis- likes "stuck-up" people. Executive Board 9, 125 Class Teas- urer 12. ARLENE STILLCER Tall and willowy . . . full of fun . . . likes cooking, sewing and listening to records . . . wants to be an elementary school teacher. Latin Club 9, 105 Twirling Club 11, 12. DAVID SOUELS Quiet and conservative . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . wants to be a draftsman . . . pet peeve: someone who tells you to do something when you are already doing it. Track 9, 105 Basketball 9, 10, Foot- ball 9. IAMES SWEET Quietly humorous . . . "Iim',. .. secret ambition: to devise a stringless yo-yo . . . likes: math, hillbilly music, hiking . . . dis- likes: waiting in long lines . . . has a large stamp collection... vocational desire . . . some phase of science or math. Technicians' Club 10, 11, 12g Service Club 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 12. RODERICK STEVENS Cool and calm . . . "Rod" . . . likes cars, rock and roll . . . vo- cational desire: Navy . . . secret ambition: to charter boats of the Florida coast. Library Council 9. NANCY SWAIN "Nancy . . . cute . . . sweet . . . drawing . . . reading Civil War novels . . . animals . . . secret ambition: to be a Methodist minister's wife . . . peeved at people who don't return a smile . . . teacher . . . playing the piano . . . writing letters . . . cooking and things. Forum Club 9, 105 Latin Club 12g Art Council 12. z HORTON TAYLOR "Harvey,' . . . the boy with the silver tongue . . . good argument . . . interesting reading . . . talk . . . a gentleman . . . lawyer... fishing . . . ambition: to go into politics . . . peeved at people who speak without thinking . . . doesn't care for: loud mouths . . . showoffs . . . people who form opinions too rapidly. Service Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Techni- cians' Club 10, 11, 12g Band 105 Honor Societ ' 11 12- Yearbook Stuff 3 s 7 129 Assembly Committee 11g Oratori- cal Contest 113 Latin Club 10. RONALD VINCELLI "Ron,' . . . earnest and quiet with a touch of subtle humor . . . wants to be an electrician . . . hobby: stamp collecting . . . pet peeue: teachers who think they are always right. Basketball 9, 10. EDWARD TUTTLE Cool and casual . . . collegiate . . . "Ned,' . . . likes.- model "A" Fords . . . girls not going steady . . . soda . . . dislikes: competi- tion . . . secret ambition.- to sail around the world in a tugboat with an all-girl crew. Technicians' Club 10, 11, 12: Stu- dent Council 9g Art Council 10. ANN VAN CILDER Smooth, sweet, and sassy . . . loads of fun . . . likes "col- legiate clothes fund boys who wear themj . . . summers on Cape Cod . . . dislikes: anything to do with math . . . hates hats. Latin Club 9, 105 French Club 11, 125 Executive Board 95 Student Council 9g Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12, C.A.C. 11, 12, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12g Clee Club 10, 11, 125 Oratorical Contest 115 Citizenship Institute fAlt.l 11g Honor Society 11, 12. WALTER THOMAS "Shevitzn . . . silent but interest- ing . . . enjoys hunting . . . fish- ing . . . Camp Winnebago . . . dislikes people who are late . . . interested in mechanics. Track 1 1. IOHANNA VAN DIIK Pretty, peppy and popular . . . "Ioanie,' . . . likes hi-79, swim- ming, Sinatra, and collegiate boys . . . vocational desire . . . a field related to mathematics or art . . . dislikes bugs and history. C.A.C. 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12g Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Newspaper Staff 9, 10, 11, 129 Student Council 103 Execu- tive Board 12g Girls' State 115 Honor Society 11, 123 Traffic Squad 125 Band 9. ARTHUR VIZIAN Fall . . . dark . . . good looking . . likes: basketball, bowling . . secret ambition is to join he Navy and see the world . . . easy to get along with. iasketball 10, 11. THOMAS WALSH Phe small fellow with the tre- nendous smile . . . "Beetle" . . . 'ecret ambition: to become ightweight champ of the world . . watch those quiet guys!! Basketball 95 Track 10. RONALD VROOM Crew cut and clean cut . . . If 33 Ron . . . secretly hopes to own a sports car and drive in a race . . . calm . . . cool . . . conserva- tive . . . pet peeve: ridiculously slow speed limits. JAMES WALKER "Butchie" . . . a real terrific guy . . . easy going . . . cheerful . . . athletic . . . likes to listen to records . . . "I just don't dig itf' . . . secret ambition: to play professional football. Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 11, 12g Basketball 10, 11, 125 'Male Chorus 10, 11, 12. KENNETH VREELAND Tall and good looking . . . dim- ples . . . shy at first, but then! . . . likes blondes . . . food . , . brunette . . . sports . . . red- heads . . . variety is the spice of life . . . "Kenny',. IAY WEIN Secret ambition: to drive around the country in his '49 Ford . . . a regular guy . . . "Iaybird,' . . . likes basketball, purple, and girls . . . dislikes: fair weather friends and pedestrians. Baseball 9g Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12g Track 10, 11g French Club 10g Tech- nicians Club 10, 11, 12g Student Council 11g Male Chorus 125 Year- book Staff 12. ROBERTA VVESTON Petite . . . swell dresser . . . "tearing upl' with the kids . . . dancing . . . "Oh, no, you can't cut of my bangs!" . . . youlll make a great nurse, Robin. C-lee Club 95 Sports Club 9, 11, 125 French Club 95 Nurses' Club 125 Commercial Club 12. NATALIE WHEATON Sweet disposition . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . . infectious giggle . . . "Nat" . . . known for her collection of capezios . . . likes sewing . . . pet peeve: teachers who donit believe in homework but give it anyway! French Club 9, 105 Latin Club 11, 125 Twirling Club 9, 105 Band 9, 10, 115 Clee Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Execu- tive Board 9, 10. ROBERT WEIS "Wasp', . . . a driving and sports enthusiast . . . not allergic to females . . . dark, wavy hair . . . would love to go around the world on a raft with a cer- tain other party. Bowling 11, 125 Basketball 9, 10. PATRICIA WILLIAMS Tooth-paste ad smile . . . can tease and take it . . . likes to sew . . . dislikes straight hair . . . secret ambition: to travel around the world. May we come too, Pat? Library Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Red Cross 95 French Club 9, 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 Nurses' Club 10. NANCY WEYRICK Wonderful, witty, and wise . . long blonde hair . . . capable . . . tropical yish . . . Frank Sinatra . . . sewing . . . plans to become a "Vet" . . . "Nan'1 . . . secret ambition: to live on an island in the Pacific. Sports Club 105 Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Execu- tive Board 115 Student Council 125 Traffic Squad 125 Yearbook Staff 12. ROBERT WHITTOM A whimsical guy . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . . everyonels pal . . . "Bobby" . . . what a cut-up . . . beware of the devil in his eyes! Football 95 Baseball 11, 125 Basket- ball 11. BARBARA VVREN 5ood things come in small ackages . . . a girl of few words . . a great help to our nurses . . will read . . . efficient. rench Club 94 Sports Club 9, 104 wings Plan 11, 125 Traffic Squad Z5 Nurses' Club 10, 11, 12. SANDRA YOUNCMAN ombination of everything won- zrful . . . always a cheerful Ii" . . . sweet and pretty . . . kes listening to Hi-Fi . . . :etching . . . dislikes "people ho take parking space from y little Pontiacfv Jmmercial Club 11, 12. IRENE YACIELO Lots of laughs . . . gift of gal: . . . hopes to become a secretary M IN US the shorthand . . . secret ambition: to marry someone tall, dark, and handsome . . . good looking, "Rene,'! Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Clee Club 11, 124 Magazine Campaign 124 Savings Plan 12. JAMES YORK Tall and good looking . . . nice to be with . . . likes to play foot- ball . . . takes to track like a duck takes to water . . . a good sport. Track 10, 11, 125 Football 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 12g Traffic Squad 125 Executive Board 11. Zin emuriam AUDREY HUBIAK March 8, 1940 - Iune 16, 1957 Nioest Personality Betty, Bob and Carolyn Best All 'Bound Ecl and Mary Lady and Gentleman Carolyn and Horton LASS 1 if., Sr, f J , J ,M VOTE - :QSM 4. x ,,- i ,l iggfiriftr Eg kt K n 3 5 if , ' A f 321.122 ' E258 ,yu R, gn I if 3 ,K , 'L', Bug f- .,.,, :ill I zu . , QW' 5- ss . 3 2 V: J, .kk'kk f JE AI E e 1' It -H f i HUT: S ll I5 9, 4i?3Z??' T kin 2: H ,X 35 3' ,wi 'lnllest and Shortest ,Q hh 2 xx : Q Q ig, L 1 5 www 3 Q x wi X K ERIE: i f ff Hit f tl is 12 X 1 X M MXN In g lull I ' A H E H Q ft' Y frw 1 5325393 , I f t -21 Q, W, A im 5 K gs ii XX Y :I J: it ur 5? if ,iq Z2 :w 1 1 ' '18 Q Z.. H e5!"q'5 V E1 5 , ,Q 1 2- ,t.- . K. ,gg . - 2 5? I fa e .1 f f le, r Q: is! - t it e otto , t .f p y 'M If ' to eyyt :U 1 - t as fx fi " s 3 K IL: 5 to R t'oo Maureen and George Most Likely to Succeed Bob, Sue, and joel Class Athletes NIaeBclle and Jain:-s ChatterlJ0.x'es Jackie and Harold Best Looking Doug and Ann i Most School Spirit Ed and Mary N icest Smile Tom and Sue fPat Willialns absent for picture., cutest Class Flirts Martha, Bob, and Pat Calvin and Glofla -- CLASS VOTE I Rmnco and Il1IiCf Boys, and CWS, Ideal Xmwy and Roy Ioan and Xorman Bust Dancers Class Brains Barbara and Bill Bob and Dee Eighth Grade Officers Our Second Year in ACHS "As Frosh Leaders" LASS It is .ln cstalwlislavd f.1ct - though kept from public kIlOXY1CdgL' --- that Septenlllcr, 1952. lllil1'kl'll il striking lI'al1lSfO1'IH:llirm in thx' peaco- Iklll hulls ul' ACIIS. for this was thc day tlwsv P- w hulls amd H10 Class of 'ofa were first intmdllccd, The lmpclvss confusion wv l'IlC0lll1fOl't'd upon our 1,1l'l'iV2lI. I1owc'vc'1'. tclmdud to subdue most of the 160 of us. amd we wen- forccd in COIICPII- tlutv nur k'Ill'l'giL'S on the Lusk of 6Slll'YiYillfI,w the cumplvxitim uf hull mmlitnrs, hours of home-- work, Ilppv1'cl.1ssnn-ln, "up" and 'Aclowlxn stair- wuys, uml ll lUlL'llHl-Ill llSSUI'lII"K'Ilt of cqlullly I.l'iglltClliIlQ perils. XVG likc-rl to think, ut that time-, that we wcrv clisgxuccfnllly ll'l1lHl'K'1lfCd, but We did have az grmt Slllll'l'l' mf .lIIlllS0!Ut'llf in the lh-creations alt I'Lll'1'iSUIl .md lincoln Schools, VI' used to gn on Friday nights frmn nlmut S100 tn 10:00. l't'INC'lllI3CI'? Now. 1'4'lLlvL'ti11g 011 that first sc-mcstvr in high school, wc-'ll admit that We 1lCtllillly cn- joyvd it in spin- of mmrsclws, In the Full of H353 W0 l'l'llll'l'lCd lo school, 1'o11siclc1'ulmly morv l'U1'lf:ilIl?Ilf uf success Hum thx' Iurevimls f'L'Ll1'. :Xftvr JU. we were eigflltll grades IIOXY. um! vntitlvd in Ll fvw lll0I'L' privileges and .1 Ill0di'I'.lt0 amount of ra-speck. flf sevvntll QTJLlt'l'S hllllllld mm' lmppvn to doubt their uw- fAll1lll'SS, they might hlkc L-mnfurt in tllv fact that they c'c'l'la1i11ly uid the 111011116 of Hn' eighth g1'ildPl'S.J Ax "upper l'lilSSlll4xll,, wc Imd several eventful vxpvx'ivluc-vs. the first of whim-In was our primary my-i.xl fm-tu XYL- chwiwcl ll S.ulic Hmvkins dill1L'l', nlnunst of ru-cc-ssiiyz l7i'C.lllM' at this pzxrticlllau' stage- ul' um' lives. thc lmys wcre- il little 11-ss t'OllNNlllliL'LltiYO tlnm thc' girls. Tllerc' was ll grunt skull of llllXiL'ff' :ls to NVlN'Hll'I' UIIOIIFLII tickets XVOIIM1 bu sold ftln' girls Vs'Ul'l'Il't too volmnluniuu- live ci1'lu'1'lU. but ull! final Urmnt wvculed thai' our fiH.lIlL'l'S wmv .ulvrllmtm-, .und the :lance was 110111 .lt 35430 in tln- liltlv gylll. The- summit ui um' SL-mml yvur in ACHS UCk'llI'I'L'4l in Iunv, IU54, XYIIUII the D.'XN's Cond Citizvmllip xm-duls worn- .lXV1ll'dCil to Bvtty Ann They Guided Us Tlzrougllz Kup.xll.n. Illllf' N.1tznmn. l':dNVglI'CI jones. Horton Taylor, Nancy Swain, nml Aluy KW-in. XYL' were tlnrillcd in Sm-ptexnlmcl' of 195-1, upon commencing Hu' now tvrm with il title. Aftvr having passed two yours us plulcticully il 111111112- lc-ss group, wc' were Pfflllll to hem' the zxppvlu- tion of FTGSIIIIICII. This was the yvznr our Oluss l,IllCICl'XYt'Ilt scvcrall IHUINUIIIUIIS Changes. XV4' had to lwcmne nccustmm-cl to the division of our class into thx- COIUlTN'I'l'i.ll and Colle-gc prop L'0lll'Sl'H, but this new 1ll'l'2ll'lgl'INl'Ht had its zul- V1llIfilgl'S s wr- had Hu' opportunity to mvot HMUIY new f1'ic'ncls. This yl'1l1', also, we XVUlL'01IN'd new SilldL'l'lfS from Sf. .lrmsvplfs to our f11'mlp. As Frcslmdvn we Wilnvsscd il glorious victory of our football team uw-r Park. lh'rnr-lnln-1' the XVOIHICI' with which wr- I'L'Q'Lll'dl'd H1050 tI'l'l1ll'll- d0IIS Seniors on the fix-Id. and our suprvluc dusirc tu IIPIIUIKI thc- lmnrmr nf our school our- selves SflIT1i'dlly'fi XV- could only CIFCLIITI ilu-ng VVv rlimhft lvallizv that lllI'CC yours Info H10 fvl- lows from our own class would lw out thvlwv gaining 2ll'l0illl'l' victory over thc Pzllithcrs. YH- l'0lHIlN'llC'Ud our 5flI3lIflITlOI't' nur with H10 Clcctiml of clam ufficws. 'lvllmc' illlzllldlfd lmliux' HLlf'fll1Il'11. Nlgnry l'u1'so11s. 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L ' QF :' JH 7'?z1,,E5-,E 15 wr'-5,-V :.. .,.l- :wa-Q7 W' ::'1Ig: A N ' Eclumml llcicl MF THER OF THE BRIDE, Mr. Banks Y,,.,, ., Bucklvy llunstau llvu Banks ,,,, Y, Tummy ,Y,, ,,,,, , H Buzz . , llcftl ,, Pvtc , lou Tiufs Xlau ,,,,, Mrs. Banks Kay , ,, ., Pvfffrv ..,,,, ,,,.. . . an Nlrs. Nlasfsuula Dvlilall ,,,,. ,. Miss llc-llamy . . Xlrs. Pulitski , ,, XX'alk4Ou .,,,, , Director . ..., ,,,,, ., Stuclcut Director Horton Taylor Normal Brzmcll Robert Byrnes Rolwrt Sllumsky Riclwarcl Broclman Im-l Glanstvin Eclwarcl jones . Gcorge Serniuk lay Vllcin Dcanua Sic-gel lauicu Iac-kiewicz .,,,,.I0ill1 Van Dijk Nancy XYey1'iCk Ivan Phillips , Ann Van Cilclcr Mary Bryant ll fflx1lgL!1al-lllliaaa, ijgygllgiiigw 12431Qlggllijl'lima-41 B1-Gilman Eclmoncl Rvicl Susan Emmer P1a1io11u1 11onor Sockny To t11is 5111.111 g1'111111 of stu- dents 0111110 1110 11111101 of 010C- tif111 to N11tio11111 11111101' Socicty. 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XY113-'1'i1'1:, il. 1:211- S1l'llll11, -I, 1111111111111 SLKIOND HUXV: Xliss C11ilt1'11c11-11. 11. 11j'I'l1C'S, 15, .'Xlll1I'l'NKlll. -1. 1111111- x1l'1Il.-1. 11.111 171114, 11, S1IllIIlNky. 11111115 NOXY: 1.. 11.11t11111411, NV, BilllQ110l', -I. C111x'i11, -D. Pc'- ci1111, 15. Dixon. . was unoenw-000 BU m m G -fl, , L L ?i ' rs, ew , xg e ,bo QQ 'Q' fs fo 40 pf 'Tx Qu ,Veer A zgse F NEW ' Qs? Zi f CL SS F 1960 'KTl1c- rcmcl to lmppim-ss livs in two simplc p1'im-iplc-sz Find wligil' it is tliat iiltvlvsts you zmcl tlml you um clo Wvllg :incl wlivn you fincl it, put ycmui' wlmlc suul into itgc-vcry lnit of eiiwqy and ambition zmcl mitllml nlmility you lmvr-f' UFFICERS Elimbctli Duggett, Szimlra Osolncck, Saimlm Diliiasio, Sum Graisso. olm D. Roc-kCl'c-llc-1', IH CLASS GF 1961 Win mind H10 first 1'U11llil'CINCllf.S of many to ll fine, strong cln11'nCtc'1'. 'Nw nbovv, though brivf, is what I lwliw all of ns should Inncticc in our CYG1'X'C1L1y IVCS. cvritv. intvgritv, and tolc-1'41nCc' zum' to mv -Con. G4-orgv C. NIa1'sha111 OFFICERS Lynn Sherlnnn, Stunlvy Fink, Arlcnv XVi11ia1ns, Andrew Clrcgory CLASS OF 1962 "For anything worth lmving onv must pay the priceg and the price is always work, putic'1'1cc', low-, sz-If-sz1c:1'ificc -A no paper Currency. no promise-s to pay, but thc gold of real scrvicuf, gjolm Burroughs OFFICERS Barry Lvvine, Elizabeth Byrnes, An- drew Calaunalris, Morgan Lewis. LASS UF 1963 uYOLltll is the golclen season of foolishness for which the wisc would bil1'fE'1' all thcir wisdom, the rich all their wealth, and call it il liillgilill, knowing the vuluc of youthf, OFFICERS Mary Ginsberg, Roger Rudgcki Kathy Heuser. WY .s - lm X 7 MQ' W, -1 ,, .fMnQw1.'-Xmuom Hx! Virfxlw, . Kim? A ,,.X. 'Ai ,, 1- -1 Ifoivv W ' '. ' ' ".. 9 , 1. -- eva" 'wavy A , -,mx wg- f , ,, .-f M... , , ff .Q -xllf' at . , .. Q . , 1 . 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Tlu- pnpm-1' wm- tLli1IS all Hu' lutcsl nvws amd gossip nt' A,C.II.S, 1 d C 'l lllbflx now. my Yfmnu, I.. II..yfl.m.. 11, layfl... B, mu. ,x. tu ent OUIILI Bll'lUNX', li. Hum. P. Mxmtmmlkis. -I. Pricv. S, liogcntllzxl, IC. fLl'ilbCI', I IUl'Ql'llSi'Il, ,IQ lhclmly. SECOND HUVV: -I. JilCliit'XVil'Z, R. Holtz, ff X Y ' , l- -, X . H. - I' Owlm-vk. l', l'Iwcui'I', S. Plllllllky, Kllklllll, I.. C:l'CfIOl'Y, KI. llufstluhut Cmmcwll 15 HH. goxflnlng lhcnnpwn. S. Xl1x1'kwm'H. IC. Svllwalrtz. C. Sivgvl. N. YV1'yric'k. body 'UI' 1U5l'Llh2llN cllllfk Hlgh SCIIUOI. IIIIIHD UOXY: 1cmm's..l5. B.l47Il'f'. P. CmmAlfxy'. C, Pll'OStUNkf', HS mum-Ibm-Sllip ink-1114105 L1 1-UPI-951-I-itll- lhlmlrll, X. H.11't11.u1. I. fvlilIlStl'lH. P, X.lIl f-llClCI'. I.. PUI'llllLlll. S. .Y -Y A O UlllL'i'k C. Hl'ill!. H., l"1'1'cl.1. S. I'-illk. tn C holn wich holnclooln' You linve probublv seen these harcl working students selling KNEELINC: W Lambert, W. Baugh- er, H. Taylor. SEC- OND ROW: M. Zim- ring, R. Ganzurski W. Linclstrom, H Skiba, R. Ruemmler S. Bowser, P. Xlnstor- rukis, Mrs. P r i s k THIRD ROYV: S Bee-ber, YV. Dunning NV. Iber, D. Chard, j Sweet, R. Tuttle, S Levine. milk in the gym or collecting tickets at basketball games. The Service Club members really help to make our school an better place, The Forum Club discusses the problems und questions of the modern World. Its members learn the basic procedures for demo FIRST ROW: J. Clunstein, L. Perlman, B. Fletcher, I. Smolin SECOND ROXV: B. Pzlclier, L Pennclorf, Xl. Clushin, R. Cur- imgelo, l. Zazuliu, D. Churcl R. Tuttle, L. Czarneeki, S Levine, P. Nlustorakis, Mr. Rosecrans. 60 crutic discussions. L..-1-m if11is'r now: J. Pig- natiello, KI. Soikn, Nl. Cuvnllu, B. NYreu, Nl. Doinhrowski, B. Hutt, K. lfalirfalx. SECOND HOXY: P. Bralcllcy, Iuckiewicz, C. Harris, I. Bll1'I', C. Cllzlclwiek, G. Buyues, II. O'- Crucly, P. Osolneek, N. Sinnnons, T. Flah- erty, C. Cussihn. Hurrving from room to room each Tliurscluy morning thc 0 . savings plain 1'Gl7l'L'SL'11tiltiVCS Collect your savings. These savings can he usccl for many purposes including furthering your ecluc cation. These voung men take cure of the liqhtinv and the public ' L D T h ' ' I alclclrcss system for ull of our nsscmhlies and special programs. They also show all fihns in the class rooms. The experience they b receive in this manner is most vuluuhle. u 1-........e., ,,.....--- FIRST IIOXV: J. VVein, C. Bcrneking, I. Sweet. SECOND ROXV: J. Taylor, B. Feinswog.:, H. Taylor, S. Levine, R. Yur- rick, C. Cortez, D. Stuurl, I. Kukura. TIIIITD HOW: C. IIz1I- gren, S. Kaufman, I. Pusinick, P. Siegel, R. cll'ZlCTll, R. Berry, NI. Bronstein, II. TLIITICIC, XV. Dunning. FOURTH HOXV: F. Lehr, S. Sovinsky, II. XVincl- holz, I. Zuzulia, II. Brodmun, II. Hzuikin, W. Ilvcr, lf. Vau- lor, R. Tulfle. FII"TH ROW: D. Hoffman, C. Leitncr, M. Iluncher, W. Spoemler, T, Lohr. FIRST IIOXY: S. Bec- Iwr. B. Ram-Iwr. XI. Cnsliin. I. ICcIn1nnfIs. B. Sproni. S. CIass- ner, L. Ci'r'go1'x', L. Pcwiman, C. Tarimy. SECOND IIUXV: I'I. Taylor. C. lioinhart, I. Sznolin, I. Spivack, S. I,cffc-its, VI. Van Diik. A. CIianfIIr'i'. NI. Bryant. C. Knarr. THIRD HOU.: CQIQIIINIUIH. II. SI4iIu.i. C. IIan1pton, IU. Car- IL'1'. AI. Iiilisi-win-f. I. Xiarino. Xl. l.nn1Ic'II. B. I7Ic'tn-Iivr. C. I.nn- rICII. ITOIIIITII IIUXV: HI. BIIITUII. C. Bvrnv- king. IX. Xlark. I. Za- znIia, XI. IIan4-In-r. NICHIIUCTS of tho Latin CInIn prove that Latin is not a dead language. By singing songs in Latin and by playing games they not only In-arn but haw- fun as well. This L-IIIID mario up ol' ITl'Cl'lCI1 stncic-nts better acqnaints its mvinIw1's with the customs ol? time Pvopici of Franco. The CIUID inemlnors enjoy fll1'TIIC1'IlAlI,f tiloir nnclcrstanciing of the French Ianguagv. FIRST IIOXY: XIV. DnImc'. C. Cnllotta. ll. filltlli-X, Cllassluvr. S, Allison, A. Xlark. -I. Nh-l"arIanc-, C. Up- ton, I'. Esocoff, M. Z i in in C 1' in a n, C. I3a1'nc's. S IC C O N ID IIOVV: R. PIotkin, 'l'. Nvison, Haixlnan, M. Finn, N. Swain, I.. Pcfriinan. II. Boyz-r. II. II1ll'l1'll1IIl'T. L. XYiI- liams. L. PI1 i fc- r, TIIIIID HOTT: L. I3on-svn. R. Klop- Iionsw, A. Papsin. If. SvinIIiL-li, L. Cza 1'- nc-cki, B. Voir. AI. Sniolin, TayIor, I. xICC2liIf1'Cf', A. Van Ciilllxf. C. IIL-inz. FOURTH IIOVV: NV. McCntCIicon, I. Ron- ga, IC. Hartman, T. Ccrlick, S. VVvinc-r, S. F1-ItIinan, K. Cranlich, W, Sc-hnler. Sp'111iS11 Stllt1U1l19 111111 it 111111 'md i11tc1'c-Sting to P01'1.:O1'l11 native 1"111S'1' 110111 Xlixs 111-111111, S. 1'jlll1l1l'l', 1. X1l1l'D11f', XI. N1111. B, YL'1'l'A1htI'0, XI. Mc- Cl il 1' 1' y, A. 1'1ElC'1Ol'. SECOND HOVV: 1. VV111ia1111s, X1. 111'y11111. N. 1,4111c1c1's, N. NVQ"- 1'i1'1i, C. '1'z11'11y, S, 11i11q11iwt, N1. 1111111-1'. 1'I1I11D ROXV: N1. 11.1c1w11 A. 1'1K'1Ql'1'1, L, Sc-1111r'ic1c'1'. 11. Yvm- 1'iIlN, fl. 11r.111l11'1, S. 11.1111111011 17OU11'1'11 NOVV: KI. 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Bz111i1'11. 11. 13111111-. l"OL'R'1'11 11011: X1. X1L'1111fI'1'. C. F1111- 111'1', S, 1J4'111al510, 1'11i11ips. V, Parkes, nl. 1101lilW11Z, Cl. 171151111- 41110, 1, .1:1L'1iic1w1cZ. 1. Y:1gir311o. C, 1'1al1'1'is. .. . .M of arching Band Concert Band wxaasmewsf FIRST ROXV. E. Zager, C. Reinhart, B. Hutt, L. Terpenning, C. Terpenning, S. Lefferts, C. Brostosky, R. Nlorenko, C. Upton. SECOND ROXV: R. Hoffman, F. xVilllkllHS, J. Erdocly, C. Levy, E. Graber, VV. Crobes, P. Aveclikian, C. Siegel, F. Carufy, R. DeSanto, R. Heugh, O. Connor. THIRD ROW: I. Borclne, Mr. Bork, P. Avedikian, E. Winter, M. Walters, R. Rogers, B. Vitale, D. Gurufy, M. Sullivan, B. Newman, C. Bork, S. Levine, R. Huss, R. Rankin. FOURTH ROW: S. Kaufman, D. Walker, E. Major, R. Doncliy, L. Gregory, J. Smolin, A. Papsin, R. Petrowski, J. Taylor, S. Boeher, A. Jenkins, H. Parry, F, Levy. FIFTH ROW: W. Meineke, G. Schaeffer, M. Murphy, R. Goglia, C. Lundell, A. Sivil, F, Reusch, W. Iber, J. Maleski. FLUTES: C. Berneking, J, Miller, J. Spivak, C. Sonnenherg, J. Marino, A. Smolin. BAS- SOON: XI. Sullivan. CLARINRTS: B. Newman, J. Sniolin, H. Rc-isner, S. Levine, XV. Meineke, J. Borclne, C, Lnndell, E. XVinters, D. Marion, R. Petroski, C. Levy, E. NL-ssel, S. NVveker, NI. Boyer, C. Campbell, l'. jengeleski, T. VVanat, R. Bleriuic, SAXOPHONES: L. Gregory, M. Murphy, C. Schafer, A. Voros, R. Dcnchy, A. Fish. HORNS: B. Vitale, I, lirdody, I. Jacobson, M. Gushin, P, Avedikian. BELLS: D. Clarufy, E. Major. TRUMPETS: C. Reinlizirf, W. Ther, bl. Taylor, Br-eber, J. Maleski, A. Pnpson, R. Crobes, R. Coglia, R. Rodgers, R. Hough, R. DeSanto, P. Avcclikian, R. Dowel, R. Munz, l. Maleski R. Serniuk I. Franklin. TROMBONES: F. Rensch, S. Leffrwts, L. Terpennimz, O. Conner,,I. Spellmani XI. Larsen. RARITONFS: C. Bork. li. Ciralx-r. R. Huss, Nl. Walters, C. Siegel, BASS: A. Sivil, S. Kaufman, F, Levy. DRUMS: R. Hoff, F. Carufv, F. XVilliains. B. Peters ll. Parrv A. jenkyns. R. Lehnan. 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' 3 K V, in-1 Q " : 3 Q , L 45 15 A 9' h N . w 5' K .. Ziyi? X N 'T' "" I. . X, ,F L , - N :gl .vvmmmw - .k,.. , 1 :gy-K 2,17 W ,LEX iff? f" - W ' A x Q y Y wwf TW "i Q' M K . 1 SS 4591 f' e, f 5 f ef ' 1 - 5 1 , 1 xx ' -, X f 2 f 1' x x5 1 1? f , s y 6. F FIRST HOXY: B. PM-km-r, bl. lQcl1111111qls, T. L0l11', L l,l'llllKliJl'l., N111 Sl011kc1', ll f:2l1lZi1l'Slil, C. K Il il 1' r. SECOND RUVV: D. Call'- icr, NI. C1usl1i11, F. Lcln' ll. Klupl1ousc, J. Spivuk X. Swain. 1 v The beautiful clocvo1'z1tio11s in the 11111111 cc11'1'iclo1 cluriug fllll Cl11'ist11111s 501154111 were 111aclc and 111c1u11tul tl11'o11gl1 the efforts of the Art Council. The grrmup incluclcs 111 its 111c111l1crsl1ip thc out- stz111nli11g 1111-r11bv1's of the lmxss section of the l1z111cl. It Pl'l'l:O1'lUS at our llllflllill Cl1l'lSflHllS p1'og1'a111 und at x111'io11s civic f1111ctio11s. I. Taylor, ll. Rogcrs, XV lber, B. Vitale, C. Bork S. Kklllflllllll, E. fl1'KlbC1' L. 'l'orpc1111i11g, S, Lof- ferts, F. Reuscll, KI1' Bork. vcrc, P. YVilliznns, C Pont-x'ol1w, P. Xlc-yor, Xl NlcC:n'ry. STANDINC rc-nko, lXlllilIl'tl, E Rogers, XV. Dunning, C Lunclell, L. Penndorf, C Knarr, B. Hruska, C McNeill. Tllv Lll71'Ll1'y Council as tlu- ngnnc implies assists in till? nuliiitcnaincv of goocl orclcr in tlic lll3l'2ll'V, Tlicv lwlp ln' cliocliing out lmoolis, tiling. :intl sliclving lioolcs all nmlor tliv cliroction of Mrs. lDC1'l'i'X'C1'C. agazino Campaign Collectors This group of stuclcnts rlovs an vxccllvnt joln in collecting and clwcking tlic snliscriptions from tlic lioincroonis, Tlwy rccoivc ai gn-at clcul of 4-xpcwivlicc in office P1'0C'CClll1'CS wliicli will assist tlwni in liolcling good positions uftcr grucluution. l"lliS'1' ROXY: ll, Scott, C. Curr, Xl. Sport-r, Nl. Calvzillzl, A. Dl.-Xltrni, SECOND IKUYV: I. Yal- Qivllo, P. D1'illllL'f'. C. llLll'I'lS. l'. IAIIIU. 'l'lllliD NOXV: ll, l'wrr5'. I. llollt- nnni, 'l'. IIill'l'lS, D. Cutvs, C. jackson. SEATED: Nlrs. lJCI'l'C- J. XlCl71lTlSlllC, R, Clan- zalrski, I. Aclznns, ll. Klo- F I II S 'I' ROXY: Xlxx Lewin, C. L.1Q.111g.1, .I Inc-I4ivwin-z. 5. C ll 1' e S E C O X D IIOYY: I Si111pfa'11cIurfCr, B. IMI- mctcr, -I. Ontcrlmm. .I Pigllzllivllu, KI. Ik-pm-r, N XVCSIOII, -I. Vim Diik, NI S p 0 1' 1' 1', A. DIAIIHII THIRD IIOVV: B. Dug- gctt, Nl. SIGIIICIICCIQ, Xl 7 Finn, B. Packcrr, I. Sn- bo, C. Ilamptmm, B Vcrrastro, M. N 0 I I I7 O U II 'I' H IIOW: I, KIcy'c1'. B. Bizmc0IIzl. C I71'c'3'. A. IILLIBICII. II. IIciI- Iv, B, .'XlllI4'1'SOlI. T. Klam- Quno. II. Hilfflllilll. I BOILIXYIII. ITIFTH IIOXY C. I'c1'wm'ttc. XI. Corri- tmmrv, K. Comeau, If. Kli- CIICIIISILIIIHN, H. Sl-Qilm C. CLISNIIJ-l, L, Pcnmlm-f XI. IJQIIHI. SIXTH IIOXV C. Dwnrski, C. FICIIIIPI' B. limlgvrs, I. Bluscwic-1 Tlu-sv girls are Iczxminq QIII thu- Q-.111 g1Imout the 'Z . . I ,Y ' ' . l3I'OI'CSSl0II uf Illll'Sl1lg. III:-5' QIYC u gllxllf cIw1I of tune and effort to In-lp otI1c1'stluIc-11ts. This vmmnitlco Iwlps to pIam thc: Pl'0gI'LI1l1S for V - our usscmImIicws. McmIJc1's C'UlllIllCt tho opmming ox- c'1'c1sQ ut .III .lssc-mInIy PI'0Ql'LlIIIS IIITOIIQIIUIII tllv year. .N FI II ST IHJXY' NI DCJNL'IIi,'l'. -I. .-X1I.l11h. 11 I., Kloclulvn. lf. III1.11uIwv1w Jxlj S. Iiclwwr. Sl-ICQ I I1IIIIlIUII NI. HOW: .. '- '. Xl IIIIILIICI C. IiI'L'DOlI, . L ' ', Ihmptmn. ,.f.-'R fl! If N -.5 as-wwf 1 M 1 ...P 1 :Inn gl' 255 45 W i 'X ' 'O Y , gms nw: N ,421 A ff 1 -wg ww , ,iggmwvz W A F5451 7 - Z ., ' new x ,Q is 2 af , I ,zzz ,qiifigfg - 'Hg lib 1 Coach Schaffer and Captams York and Haythorn IMT! Fred Ducon Walter,McLeod James VValker Bruce Bazley Elza Mmor Charles Cree VAR1 ITY FOOTBALI, TI111 1957 P111n1s Sqliucl coiiipilvcl tint best 1'L'C'Ol'll IlHtlL'l' Concli Donaltl SL'lILlIllCl' 11ncI the best suliool 1'1'C01'cI sincc 1952: winning sew-11 Quint-s .mtl losing onc. I-Illll' 50115011 opt-nctl witli 11 viutory over Sc-otcli Plains, TI111 IIIIIIIUIIZJI UPIClCIlIIC Caused tl11- POSllJOlIQlIIUIIl' of tht- Ilillsiclc- gtunc' until lL1tCI' in tlic sv11so1'1, .-X gtunt- was sclieclillccl 11'itl1 Paitvrson Ct'IIlI'ill Llllll the Iinnis 11111c1'g11cl victorious. TI11- lining 1-oiitinuvcl to win until tlicy 1111-t flI'l1IIfOI'll. XYitl1 tin- XYAHCIIIIIIQ Coiifcrvncc title Zliltl stntv sc-ctionul title nt stnlw, Rosclltfs I'tlINlHLlgI1Ig Ruins Wore tlvfcatvcl in ll ruggvrl b:1ttlc'. 'l'l10y closccl thc 50115011 witli 1'icto1'i1's ovci' Iuliexvoocl, Ilillsiclc-. illlll against our 111'cl1-1'iv11l Hosvllc I'111'li. i11 wliivli they 0111111- f1'on1 bvliincl to win I2-T. iwitli toiic-litlowiis by Bob Kylisli nncl Bntcli XYLIIIQCII Tlic- tvann was led by Butt-I1 Xytlllilxl' nnfl tl11- linvs bonstvtl st11Ix1'111'ts sucli als, Co-Cnptaiins lmroy lI11ytl1o1'n :incl jim York. tlllll Hvnry Nltllfltlll, Bob Kylislx, Bob jackson, Fra-cl Dixon, nncl B1'uc'o Iinzlcy, Co-Cfnptziiiis next y1'z11'. Illiil IiSlJI'lll'lilI 111111 Dennis xXv21llil'I' LlI't' hoping to lcncl tlw Ruins to LI 501151111 as SllCC'CSSflIl 115 tliis onmu IiOSEl,I,IE 32 H- SCIUTCIII PIAINS .14 IIOSEIIIIE .,,, 35 PATEIISON CEN. IIUSEIILE Sl'IiINClFIEI,D R. IIUSELIIE CIIARK. 1,,,,1 . .,,, IIOSIZLIIE CIIIANFORD ,,,,. IROSELI ,IE LAKEXVOOD 1Y,. IIUSEIILIC HIIILSIDE . ,.,1,, . IIOSELLE ROSEILIQ PARK .. FIRST IIUXV: Mr. Bork, tl. Boczon, NV. NIL-L1-ocl, WV. JQICIQSOII, R. Jackson, B. Bnzlcy, I York, l,, I'I1lf'IlIUl'II, II. Kylinli, C. fll't'l'll, I". Dixon, ul. NV.1lk0r, Mr. Sclmffvr. SICCOND IIOVV T. Ilclxxxirtls, D. Cntew, G, SL-111111111, P. Ifxliluiiclt, j, Zapotoski, II. Kraililing, II. Bosnian, I IIQIILJIIIIHNUII, IJ. XV11IlQ1'1', XV. IJII'L'lI. Cl. Blvrrill, II. Reisncr. TIIIRD IIOXV: Nlr. Young, E Nlinor I. Auins S, llrusso B. Ditzcl, A, Nitclim-, S. Sovinsky, B. Pctcrs, Cl. BI'k1l'liIL'j', XV i10bQfi1,' cz, ?l1'z1gf, 11. '1111msf1+'oUR'.l'11 Row: s. cllybimi, D. Mindek, 11. Stickncy, H. Mayer IJ. fX'I111'ion, L, Tyler, W. Jacobs, R. Ilculy. RYEELINC: D. Walker, T. Edwards, C. Seaman, E. jones, N. Brandl, L. Haythorn, T. Cos- tello I, XVein, I. YVz1lker. STANDING: Mr. Amiinio, F. Reusch, II. Jackson, R. YVindholz, F Dickson, A. Vizian, C, Boczon, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Kylish, W. Crobes. SCORES Roselle Opponent Somerville .... ......... 7 0 .A...,.,,, -w-f,.-. 6 -1 Clark ..l........,.. .......,. 5 5 .....- ,----,-- 3 0 Edison Voc. ,.....,i. 62 .......... -------- 3 7 Summit ............. ......... 6 5 .......... -------- 5 6 Roselle Park ..,...... 62 ..v.,,. ------- 4 2 Cranford ,,,.., ......... 6 0 i...,...., -------- 5 8 Hillside ........,.... ,.,,...... 5 8 ,.,....... ,-,,---- 5 4 Scotch Plains ...... .,....... 7 4 .......... ,.....-- 6 3 Clark ........,...,.... ..,....... 6 4 .......... --..-wv. 4 2 Scotch Plains ...... ...... 7 6 ,,........ .....,-- 6 7 Cranford ...,.... ...,...., Roselle Park Westfleld .,....,. ,,,,,,,,, Hillside .....,...,,.,,,,,,,,.,,..,,.,,,, Un Plamheld ,.,....,,,,.,,,,,.,,i,,,,,,,,, 10 ,,,,,,, Roselle Park Llnden .,,....,.... ,,,,,,,, 7 3 ,,,,,,, Cranford ,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 ,,,,,,, New Millburn ...,,.,. Newark Tech BASKI .......75 ....,..56 ion County Tournament ...,..,52 .......53 jersey Sfnfc Tournnmcnf KNEELINC: Il. Berry, W. Pinto, S. Sovinsky, I. Thomson, A. Maro, J. Cassidy, R. Aaron. STANDING: Mr. Young, li. Stickney, T. Kuchzlr, E. Sokolowsky, I. Maleski, P. Esbrandt, R. Wilfling, R. Donald, S. Beelber. LL THE STARTINKZ FIVE Braudl, Vizian, Coach Arminio, Kylish, jones, and Haythorn. Saturday, March 1, 1958, was the night to remember. That night Roselleis 1957-58 basketball team elimaxecl the best season in history by beating arch-rival Cranljord and winning the Union County and Watchung Conference ehampionships. The teams final record was seventeen wins and only one loss. XYith four regulars returning. Norm Brandl, Bob Kylish, Ed Jones, and Roy Haythorn, Coach Ralph Arminio broke Art Vizian in at the remaining position, and the Rams were off and vvinging. Kylish was injured early in the season and was eapably replaced by Terry Edwards, George Boezon, and Jay YVein. After winning ten games. Roselle was finally stopped by Cran- ford. They then won their last three games to finish the season with a thirteen and one record. After drawing the number two seeding in the county tournament, the Rams romped over Plainfield, Roselle Park, and Linden, then avenged their only loss by defeating Cranford in the finale. Norm Brandl, with 370 points, and Ed hlones, with 300 points, led the team in scoring. Art Vizian and Bob Kylish were the top rebounders. Roy Haythorn could be counted on for his leadership and defense when they were most needed. Other reserves who came through when called upon were Bob VVindholz, Charles Green, Dennis Wzllker, Tom Costello, and Bob Fitzpatrick. XVith some of these underelassmen and a successful junior varsity team lies the responsibility of defending the Union County and XVatchung Conference Championships. ,rf FJ? X2 WEIN .Ms , We G9 " Q l"l'1'ZPATRlCK I, ,I . . 5 EDWARDS tr it BA EBALL L A The varsity baseball team, coached by Mr. Walter Bork, turned in the best record in over five years: winning fifteen and losing six. They captured the VVatchung Conference title with an eight and two record and received the sixth place seeding in the Greater Newark Tournament, the first time a Roselle team has appeared in that event. XVith double victories over such county foes as Roselle Park, Linden, and Scotch Plains, Roselle was seeded second in the Union County Conference Tournament. After defeat- ing Scotch Plains, they were finally stopped by Linden, the eventual XVTIIIICI' of the tournament. The leading pitcher was Eddie jones, who had the best Q earned run average, .71 earned runs per game, in the county. He also won nine games. He was ably backed on the mound by Bruce Bazley, winner of four games, and Roy Haythorn, winner of two games. The leading hitters were Stan VVanat, Reggie Smith, and George Seaman, although the other regulars displayed power when it was needed. The prospects are bright again for next season with all of the pitchers returning and a good junior varsity team to fill in the vacancies in the field. Bazley, Haythorn Jones FIRST ROW: R. Stickney, M. Colford, C. Coleman, W. Smith, R. Smith, S. Waiiat, E. Cla G. Seaman, E, jones. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schaffer, R. Grasso, R. Corba, F. Fish, L, Grofi I. Spych, L. Haythorn, B. Bazley, C. Green, R. XVhittoin, Mr. Bork. THIRD ROVV: R. Bos- man, J. Cassidy, C. Brown, R. Krahling, R. Nlillelet, R. XYindholz, I. Thompson, P. Esbrandt I. Zazulia, D. XValker. -- Q33 Green, Grasso, and Whittom N.I.S.I.A.A. 440 llelay Championship Team N.I.S.I.A,A. 880 Relay Championship Team TR CK The 1957 track team directed hy Coaeh ltalph Arminio turned in another successful season: XVinning two, tying one, and losing one. The season was climaxed hy capturing the -I-10 and S80 yard State Relay Chanipionsllips in Croup 2. Although the squad clicl not win any other ehampion- ships, there were many outstanding individual perilmrnianees. Dick Honour won first place for the pole vault in the NVat- Chung Conference meet. Donald Cates, in the sprints, Won two second places in the XVatt-hung Conference meet. and one in the Union County Track and Field and North Arling- ton meets. lim York in the halt mile, won second place in the xV?ttCl1UI1g Conference and North Arlington ineets and third place in the Newark Board of Educ-ation meet. Other Winners included Bobby -laekson, XValt Jackson, Jerry Green, Jim VVi1lkC1', and Bill Reclziniak. YVitl1 many of these stars returning, the next season should surpass the aceomplislnnents of this one. .I.N. FIRST ROXY: l. Argyros, Xl. Niagara, F, Kuhe, F. Loehr, ll. Klophaus, I. llordne, j. Taylor. SECOND ROVV: VV. Thomas, E. Minor, M. Haneher, l". Lalir, D. Hoffman, ll. Mayer. 81 VAltSl'l'Y ,,, FIRST now: D. canes 3 lliallker, L. Duey, lt. H0ll,llllY llliork. E. Bauer, bl, XYL-in, If, M112-' Cl. Lima. sgcoxp IKOXXQ: Xlr, Hiller, j. Ecltlleton, lt. Walker, lf. Dixon, -I, fQ,4w,1,' IVI. Krohn, M. Morenko, j, Sweet, Mr. Arininio, x 11 Cfewwxfw f 13" 1 ' H 1 22-15533 -' gf N' Y , , f. - . .,. . . m-.f 'f .. dm- - Q ww " M .. -. f T K. , X M 5 12 4 x I . , A f is , ,W X Q- ' ffffnl Q-f SKQA K f 5 V 7 ' . L. . ., - , ,. T N, f,,, 'r I"7w'E 'wiv Y A Q ss ,gk fpwfvxy 4. X Xa' , ,AE .7 ,,.m,, 4, 'wi ,fx 1 luv. k cv ,, in 'L 3-,gin is FOOTBALL BASKETBALL FIRST HOW: Nlr. Ward. J. Wiwmer. A. DCPHWH, T- KNEELING: W. Babich, T. Wolfe, R. Cavallil, A Kempson, A. Drake, D. Queien, Heugh, XV. Sovmsky, Silverman, J' MCDOHHC11, T. Nelson, A, Gregory, R J, NIcDonnell, Xlr. Shor. SLCOIND ROVV: E. Saks, NV. Hcllgh, D' Queen. STANDING: Mr. Rothenberg? R Bahieh, A. Harven, ,l. Yopcavagc-, R. Donald, T. Cole, Fitzpatrick, A. De Palma, W- Mccutcheony R- GI-Obs O. Co11H01', T. CONC, R- Allllmllil- THIRD ROW: C' F. Porter, R. McCarthy, R. Goglia, C. Chrebet, O. Con- Simms T. Sorher, K. Nickel, R. Brazil, D. Walker, F. nor, M- Zimrmg. Forhesi, R. Goglia, E. Stevens, H, Whittom. IU IOR HIGH PORT This season found our young athletes Coming up with an average campaign. The foothall team coached hy Mr. Salcito finished with a record of two wins, one loss, and one tie. They were led hy Ierry McDonnell and Donald xvtllkltl' who played exceptionally well. The haskethall season found a new coach, Mr. Rothenberg, taking over the reins of the team. In the first four games, they have Won two and lost two. The key performers who do much of the scoring are YValt Bahich, Jerry McDon- nell, and Donald YValker. On the hast-hall diamond, the young Rams coached by Mr. Salcito, turned in a record of five Wins and seven losses. The leading players who sparked the team were Iules Agins and Bill Lorch. XVe will look forward to seeing these youths improve as they will soon he representing Roselle in varsity competition. BASEBALL TRACK H 1 p - . . , ' . ' . FIRST ROW: B, Levine, G. Kennedy, N. Rat ey, 1. limovgmgir Iajintkiizlyj-ki IglllliillriisciiRcrggiilii Arminio, R. Stewart, R. Rohand, A. Voros. SECOND M ' ' ' ' Us ' I li ' ' ROW: Mr. Miller, I. Argyros, R. Burns, D. Butts, D. SECOND ROXV: Xlr. Salcito, VV. Pinto, R. Burns, R Costa, I. Agins, R. XVilfling, NV. Lorch, D. Hopkinsi Lopez, R' Dairy' GIRLS' SPORT This year under the able leadership of Miss Hansen and Miss VVatson who were well assisted by the sports managers, our girls teams have enjoyed many contacts with Union. We have com acted a ainst them at soccer, vollevball and l . t . basketball and althou h we are not alwavs victorious we have alwavs ilaved ' , 7 . . a good game and have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. NY e contemplate a success- ful softball season within our classes and hope to finish the year with an all class play day. Our athletic activities have been expanded to include archery and tennis. Both are fine sports which have gained in popularity among the girls who are as enthusiastic about individual or two man sports as they are about team games. YVe also hope to supplement our speedball knowledge by experience and to incorporate a program of modern dance, During the winter season, in addi- tion to volleyball, we have also begun instruction in the proper methods of playing badminton and ping pong in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. This year our Girls, Athletic Council was expanded and a larger number of girls were chosen for this group. A Leaderis Club was also formed taking the place of Officialis Club. These revisions have proved very effective assets to the girls' sports program. Girls' Sports Club has been an important part of our high school lives and we shall always remember the fun we had and the friendships we made in the four wonderful ears which now are comin f to a close. Y t Girls, Athletic Council FIRST ROYV: E. Kapalla, Hatzluan, D. Lawhuu. SEC- OND ROW: J. jackson, S. Hill- quist, P. Ashby, C. Upton. THIRD ROW: j. Falstrault, N. Simmons, M. Bryant. FOURTH RCNV: E. Kapalla, F. Turner, I. Taylor, A. Van Gilder, I. Van Dijk. r enior Leaders KNEELINC: E. Kapalla, I. Ratznian, D. Lawhun. FIRST ROW N. Simmons, P. Ashby, A. Ellis, J. Pignatiello, B. Ford, N. Noll P. Esocoff, C. Upton, 1. Dombrowski. SECOND ROVV: XI. Par- sons, NI. Bryant, j. jackson, S. Bow-ser, I. Van Dijk, j. Falstrault S. Hillqnist, L. Phifer. THIRD RONV: F. Turner, A. Van Cilcler I. Van Dijk, S. Osolneek, I. IVils0n, C. Hampton, B. Anderson B. Sinnnons, E, Kappalla. FOURTH ROXV: M. Land, D. Ecl- wards, I. Taylor, I. jackson, A. Green, B. Baskin, K. Fairfax, J Murphy. IIRST HOW: A. D'AItrni, B. Spronl, J, Echnoncls, A. Iohnson, C. Upton, D. Siegel, IJOIIIIDITJNVSICI, P, lisouoff, C. Miller, R Canzarski. DI. l'i:n.1tivIIn. A. Barlmv, CJ. Carr. SECOND IIOIV C, LaC1w. A. Br-in-LIL-ttu, l'. Xl4n'l'iS. IZ. Colelnan. A. Ifllis, C. Has- sey, D. Lawhnn, I.. Phifvr, I. 'I'Iio1nau, S. Bowser. -I. Yan Dijk, S. Ilillqnist. TIIIIID IIOXV: N. XVl'5'l'IL'Ii, L. Callivr, I. jackson B. Singley, A. Massey, N. Simmons, NI. Bryant, B. Anclerson, C Hurling, Ii. Sinnnons, D. linrrc-ll, J. Falstranlt, N. Wheaton FOUHTII IIOXV: I. Hnclak, P. Osolm-r-Ii, B. Bedle, N. Harligan C. Knarr, C. Ilampton. I. XYIINUII. C, Heinz. II. Iloffman, C Bnckler, L. Perlman, A. Cn-en. FIFTH IIOXY: T. Jackson, I Iiatzinan, A. Van Cilclm-r. -I. Yan Diik. Cl. Baynes, E. Kapalla, K Fairfax, I. Taylor. D, Snnnn-r. C. Harris, I. Yagivllo, C. Per- soneitc, A. Bahich. SIXTII ROVV: II. Iloycr, I. Murphy, B. VVat- son, M. llobinson, M, Melntyre, M. Land, C. Wliitfielcl. ports? Club FIRST ROW: N. WVeyrick, L. Phifcr, S. Hillquist, M. Bryant, N. Simmons, A. Ellis, I. Pignaticllo, D. Siegel, I. Dombrowski. SECOND ROXV: G. Baynes, I. Ratzman, P. Osolucek, P. O'Cracly, I. Falstrault, B. Anderson, R. O'Crady, A. Massey, E Kapallzl. THIRD ROW: M. Land, C. Personctte, M. Parsons, S Hampton, N. Wheaton, K. Fairfax, A. Van Gilclcr, J. Van Dijk Soccer 1 1 Basketball KNEELING: S. Hillquist. FIRST ROXY: Xl. Roper, A. Ellis, J. Pignatiello, R. Weston, D. Scigcl, J. Donllurowslai. SECOND ROW: B. Anderson, N. Simmons, A. Massey, L. Phifcr, J. Van Dijk. THIRD ROW: G. Baynos, J. Ratzman, M. Bryant, N. Wey- rick, R. O'Gracly, J. Falstrault, FOURTH RONV: NI. Laml, J. Iackicwicz, G. Personcttc, P. Osolnuek, P. O'Cracly, K. Fairfax, E. Kapalla, A. Van Cildcr. FIFTH RONV: M, Parsons, S. Hampton. KNlfELlXG: Yan Dijli. FlllST ROYV: M. Reper, A, Ellis, I'i-fnuticllo N. XYeston D. Sieffel. l. Domhrownki. SECOND HCXV: B. lXmlermn, N, lSllUlHOIlS,hA.l Massey, M. Bryamt, N. XVey- rick, L. Phifcr, S. Hillquist. THIRD BOW: G. Bu fnes, I. Butz- 5 mam, P. OSOll1l'I?k, P. O'Grucly, R. O,Grncly, bl. Fulstrault. l"OUR'l'II RONV: M. Lzmcl, I. Ialckiewicz. G. Personette, M. Par- wm, S. Ilzmxptcm. K. Farirfux, Kzipwllu, A. Yun Gilcler. lunior ports' Club NINTH GRADE: P. Bostwick, L. Sherman, B. Morris, E. Whitfield, B. Hruska, E. Phifer C. Siegel, C. Sully, B, Wright, A. Massey, P. Hill, C. McNeill, K. Cates, B. Dixon, S White, P. Spence. EIGHTH GRADE: P. VVest0n, C. Mclthillips, l. Green, P. Parry, B Lainrunce, G. Clark, C. lfillillllil, P. Iengeleski, A. YYhitfielcl, I. XVhitfielcl, R. Howard, M YValkcr, A. Monopoli, I. LQICOE, N. Bumly, G. XValter, D. Forman, J. XVeissmuller, 1. Brescia N. XVilliums, E. XVinter, M, Gallagher, I. Murphy, B. Simmons, R. Ruirnonclo, B. Byrnes, L Barber, ll. Dullesmrclris, P. Eseoll, L. Smnner, C. Aston, E. XVinter, M. Ashby, I. Dereoll' S. Kimmel, L. Pierce, A. Bronstein, P. Finn, C. Clark, C. Dehlarco, N, Zwully, I. Green, C Dmizxlll, Blassingaune. S11lVEN'l'lI GRADE: V. Phifer, M. KjCtS21ll, D. McNeill, J. Tuttle I. Behnke, C. Roberts, M. Boyer, I. Price, M. Stickney, L. Frank, M. Larson, L. I-Iyverson C. Tomko, B. Owens, J. XVhite, B. Bladeshean, H. Massey, E. Jones. 88 1 FIRST ROXV: C, Brmtosky. E, Pllifcr. il. AInlL'lllTN1'Il, S. li-124-11ll1.xl 9 b S. Kilnnllcl, B. Burn? P. Wqvsgofl, C, Mc-Nr-ill. lSlCCONl?I RUVV B. Hrus a, C. Siege, L. K ocuvn, A, Xlunopui, CZ, Lu bris. ,I S u Brescher, B. L2UV1'l'llL'C. TIIIHD IROXV: XI, CU1'I'ifUl'0, 11. SlllNlll'l'S P. Esocoff, L.. Sl1v1'1lum, l. Klxlvclulk, C. XIQ-Plnillips. A. 'l'lllL'lliIl R. Howard. FOURTH ROXV: Ii. Dcuclxy, H, XIU1'I'i5, li. Xlniwr E. Major. 89 QST, ,A1Z , . . -I!! Z. f -Tl 7,41 'MWW5Mf- -'f'1,'l 'ui' " '.'Q ,f 2 fifsfb ' ' , F .f -::.'fg ef' krvr .- gb Y ' F6 ?3:lP'?E,"'-55 -, -L-' 'r v a , i I l l 715, I uw! I ' G U-pi,-,.' -5- ,ws ff ' H+- ::. QV- , J. X , r Wx, ' Qt I4 5,-LW:-5 qv-if 4 ' Il" M 9 Q lf. 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LM Lil will Colonial Savings 8. loan Association 1 WEST WESTFIELD AVENUE ROSELLE PARK, N. - Member Federal Home Loan Bank - Savings Insured Up to 810,000 By Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE - SZ NATl0NAl STATE BANK Elizabeth, N. ROSELLE PARK OFFICE Roselle Park, N. This Institution Offers You All Banking Facilities Assets Over 375,000,000 Safe Deposit Boxes for Bent -Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation- BENEDICT 8. BENEDICT Founded 1870 INS URANCE 99 IOHN STREET NEW YORK 38, N. Congrafufafiond fo fke Cfadd of 158 Roselle Savings 8. loan Association SERVING THE COMMUNITY 67 YEARS Chestnut Street at Third Avenue Roselle, N Mal manea fo ine C6144 of 158 Pert-Form Brussiere Company "FIT FOR THE FINESTU BAYONNE, N. 1. GRADUATE HOUSE 109 MONROE STREET NEWARK, N. 1. 'A' Extends Congratulations to the Officers and Members of the Class of '58 HUnter 6-9688 Good Luck to our Son, Roy, and his fellow graduates! The Vllluge Sweet Shop of linden LUNCHEONETTE - FOUNTAIN Cigars - Cigarettes - Magazines - Toys Faye and Nat Siegel - jay Siegel 1902 E. St. George Avenue Linden Congratulations to the GOOD LUCK Class of '58 and BEST WISHES Mayor and Mrs. :Ames Anevnos ROSEUE 'k 'ir ALMART BAKERY 33 W. WESTFIELD AVE. ROSELLE PARK, N. CNext to the A Bt Pj Bakers of Quality Cakes For All Occasions R. J. GOERKE CO. ELIZABETH NEW IERSEY 0 CH 1-1464 Open Sundays CONGRATULATIONS THE COMPLIMENTS BACHMAN-VEGHTE C0 OF FUEL OIL -- "BLUE COAL' KOPPERS COKE A FRIEND BUILDING MATERIALS 0 0 The Edison Comer Roselle, N. Elliott c. Dill, Jr., President CH 1-1224 B O W L I N G "For Ihe Entire Family" ROSELLE LANES Home of the Roselle Junior Leagues and Father and Son Tournament I 114 Chestnut Street Phone ELizabeth 2-7675 B A N N E R MFG. CO., INC. GENERAL SHEET METAL VVORK 1160 FAIRMOUNT AVE. ELIZABETH, N. F. McGarry CH 5-3792 COMPLIMENTS OF CARMAN P. PRALL 0 CH 1-1414 S U I. L I V A N CHEVROLET, INC. 122-126 E. 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EL 2-0404 SOLOMON'S SPORT SHOP "F or the Best in Sports" 1171 ELIZABETH AVE. ELIZABETH, N. Compliments of LORRAINE PHARMACY 0 You will find more Boys' and Girls' Teens Styles in Good Taste at I.EVY BROTHERS E L I Z A B E T H Congratulations to the Class of 1958 ABRAHAM CLARK H. S. CH 5-8900 EARI. SHANN PAINTER and DECORATOR PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION 514 Chestnut Street Roselle, N. Congratulations to the Congratulations Class of -58 from P. ARTHUR MASTAPETER KAPl.AN'S DEPT. STORE 121 Chestnut Street . Roselle Park, N. CH 5-0395 BROWN HARDWARE CORPORATION ROSELLE PARK, N. CHestnut 5-1880 ELizabeth 2-9749 BEST WISHES! BlRD'S DAIRY I BR 6-5900 G. E. HOWLAND REALTOR 0 INSUROR 13 Eastman Street Cranford, N. CH 5-8107 D. F. DRISCOLL COMPANY REAL ESTATE dx INSURANCE 317 Amsterdam Avenue Roselle, N. 101 SCHWARZ MARKET 111 W. Second Avenue Roselle, N. J. Meats and Vegetables Wheels Balanced Speedometer Service EMIl'S GARAGE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Complete Lubrication - Motor Tune Up Batteries - Tires - Washing - Polishing 500 West First Ave CHestnut 5-9240 Roselle, N. 1. SUNSHINE MARKET CHESTNUT STREET ROSELLE, N. I. Stop While You're Shopping and Try Our Home Cooking! Also - Delicious Sundaes RITZ SWEET SHOP 1146 East Jersey St. Elizabeth, N. 1. Best Wishes to Our Graduates Congmtulatiom to the C '5 msrsnnm swm sl-lon: lmof 8 308 Amsterdam Avenue B A M GROCERY STORE Lin J, joe SL-hmm Roselle 312 Amsterdam Ave. Roselle, N. J. Phone CH 5-1115 A. Klrson Prescription Pharmacy Harold B. Krusch, R.P., Prop. 1101 St. George Ave. Roselle, N. I. Compliments of BALDWIN SERVICE STATION First Ave. Bt Cordon St. Roselle, N. I. CH 5-5305 Soda in All Popular Brands - Deliveries to the Home Dial EL 2-2337 - EL 3-2337 ASSOCIATED BEVERAGE DIST., Int. 302-304 Madison Ave. Elizabeth, N. J. 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GARDNER TAILOR SHOP ALTERATIONS - REMODELING 536 E. 2nd Avenue Roselle, N. J. JERRY'S DEPT. STORE 216-218 CHESTNUT STREET ROSELLE PARK, N. I. Compliments of I'IAZI.ER'S ESSO STATION 501 St. George Avenue Roselle, N. I. For Delivery Call CHestnut 5-2107 MULASZ DELICATESSEN 500 Chandler Avenue, Cor. of 5th Avenue Roselle, N. I. Congratulations to the Class of '58 BENNETT'S CONFECTIONERY NEW LINE OF GREETING CARDS 128 Chestnut Street Roselle, N. J. Tel.: CH 5-9798-9616 Candy Soda Compliments of DEBBIE, IRVING AND MINDY POPULAR MUSIC SHEETS 535 E. 2nd Ave. Roselle, N. I. J. BAR M. RANCH MENLO PARK, N. J. joseph Palotie, Proprietor PARK SERVICE STATION Corner of Faitoute and Westfield Aves. Roselle Park, N. J. BABGOLD SHOES 202 N. Wood Avenue, Linden, N. I. Buster Brown Glamour Debs Air Step Shoes SUPER CLEANERS 8 TAILORS WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER CH 5-9693 UNITED CIGAR STORE 207 Chestnut St., Roselle, N. J. Toys - Games - Stationery EL 33405 P' Weiner' Pmp' Sporting Goods - Fountain Service CH 5-9540 Congratulations to the R Q R Class of '58 Radio and Television Service E H B 207 Sheridan Avenue l . . Carmen Berardesco Roselle, N. I. 103 My ,M ,x,.1r5L2gfj:4- w x, -...fn .. iz I l X ,X Q , . Ku is I .V W . w 3 gm' X X PAQ? 4. is l'tiw'1.2s1z .' fniwgtfitfjuvlle -2 M- :2jft?g5.s,',i,g,iQg Q. . Q", Hjvllxll Q. .s'!,'.l11,llil5Qg2 -.e , ,, ,.,,t.,f.,. Msg. .,. I snap ini. it . ,..w1nw,, is ti- A A "I'."'1 lfifsmmwisiisxes'l'Nv"4J.N'fn E 1-it iw-gf P- 'M I 'w':w.,f ,aim ?'gm,M335gg':.fy,5g X: 1 ju!w1iX:zzaYg'g,Qf1iL3 !,1"Hl WTI 44-mgiili L., ' , 'mi"', feisgsiii' fern-W it 'N "N ' E311 inn' 11,53 If'-17.1 . A ' ' wwisgf, ' ' . 1 .4 ' - Ji". , w . L ,. f , -- .,H,,w.,,M-, mlm xg M , -Q t. IQ, ss , s iii! ,Y YA, iwnxgm t' RITA PHARMACY 111 East 2nd Avenue, Roselle, N. 1. Phone CHestnut 5-7848 128 Chestnut Street, Roselle Park, N. I. Phone CHestnut 5-1396 - Free Delivery - Compliments of ROSELLE COFFEE SHOP THE FINEST IN FOOD SABIO'S SWEET SHOP 361 WESTFIELD AVENUE ROSELLE PARK, N. J. UNITED MEAT MARKET "Meat Makes the Meal" 304 East 9th Avenue Roselle, N. I. Compliments of NICK'S BARBER SHOP ANDY'S FUR SHOP 222 Chestnut Street Roselle, N. I. A. Hruska, Prop. CH 5-9422 R O S S ' S MAI-lN'5 5 31 I0 Sweet Shop - Grocery 203 CHESTNUT STREET Delicatessen ROSELLE' N' J' 407 East 2nd Avenue Roselle CH 5-7971 PARK CAMERA, INC. 25 Westfield Ave., West Roselle Park, N. I. Photographic Equipment and Supplies Plwtostats Compliments of SOlOWAY'S DEPT. STORE ROSELLE PARK, N. J. CH 5-6251 VAN I TEE BEAUTY SHOPPE 17 Westfield Avenue, West Roselle Park, N. J. CH 5-0027 Adolph Stawash, Prop. Compliments of CHARLES MAIRE Congratulations, Class of 1958 ROSLYN MEAT MARKET 81 ROSELLE COFFEE SHOP CH 5-5758 DEPENDABLE CORK COMPANY Manufacturers of Cork Products Morristown, N. J. Public Address Systems to Order ROSELLE RADIO SALES - SERVICE Congratulations from Auto Radio and Television Specialists A FRIEND CHestnut 5-6517 of Westfield W. Cerlach 1027 Chestnut St. F. Hatler Roselle, N. I 104 CH 5-9675 Compliments of RATZNIAN SERVICE STATION 114 LOCUST STREET Rosl-ILLE, N. J. VETERAN CLEANERS 1211 MORRIS STREET ROSELLE, N. J. Leonard Simmons, Prop. Compziments of Acquaint yourself with our Banquet Facilities A FRIEND for your next party -We serve from 10 to 500- 0 ELIZABETH CARTERET HOTEL The Clurker Stuff Wishes to express its appreciation for the excellent co-operation and spirit of friendliness shown by Rae Publishing Company and Lorstan-Thomas Studios In making our yearbook such a fine one 105 l Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr . and Mrs Congrafufafiona fo fha KLM of 58 and Mrs. E. Adelsdorf and Mrs. john Barber and Mrs. james K. Baugher and Mrs. joseph W. Baynes and Mrs. C. L. Berneking and Mrs. F. Brandl . and Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Brodman Arthur Burt and Mrs. Robert P. Byrnes and Mrs. Victor Chadwick Rev. Odessa Clyburn George William Cullen and Mrs. Rudolph Disko . Wesley Drake and Mrs. Wallace E. Dunning and Mrs. james Falstrault Mr Mr and Mrs. A Friend H. Fox A Friend from Linden Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glanstein Mr. and Mrs. S. Glaser Mr. and Mrs. A. Grasso Miss Sophie Greenstein Mr. and Mrs. Mr M 1' Mr M 1' and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hutt Family Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Haythorn D. R. Hillquist F. W. Hoeflich joseph F. Hoffmann E. D. Honour Arthur Hopp Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kirsch Mr. and Mrs. Edward jones Leonard Kapalla Frank Knudsen Mr. Fred Kolbe William Elliott Levine Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGarry Henry Meyer B. E. Natelson G. O'Grady Harry Osolneek R. Personette 6r Sou William Personette joseph Pignatiello A. Puller R. Ra-tzman Mrs. M. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. George Serniuk Mr. and Mrs. S. Shumsky Mr. and Mrs. Karl Siegel Lemy and Adele Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Stillger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs H. G. Taylor Van Gilder Dick Van Dijk . Weyrick . George Williams Mr. and Mrs. T. Yagielo Mr. and Mrs. Chester Youngman M7 S FR il 'drums 0 '9 sc Sb Win 2 2 . 4 . "1 ", O 0 OUR ALMA MATER Our strong band can ne,er he broken Formed in Roselle High, Far surpassing wealth unspoken Sealed by friendships tie. CHORUS Lift the chorus, speed it onward, Loud her praises tell Hail to thee our Alma Mater Hail, all hail, Roselle High School days at best are passing Gliding swiftly by, Let us pledge in word and deed Our love for Roselle High Menfries' leaflets close shall twine Around our hearts for aye Waft us back o'er lifels broad tract To pleasures long gone by. Vu, '- 1 . 14 V- U, 11 ,' .i- Y -4, Y I I Q - F 1 U -' , 144 1 'A ' fx 431 . H' ig ES L ' ' 5 1 'E-3 - Q ? JY, , us! A V, ., .1 . 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