Amityville Memorial High School - Warrior Yearbook (Amityville, NY)
- Class of 1957
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As the blazing sun begins to set on the 1957 Tribe of the AMHS Reservation,
we begin to realize that it soon will cast a shadow on the memories of the past.
Although we have had many trials, wc have also had many hours of enjoyment
which we shall recall with pleasure in the years to come. We have learned to under-
stand our difficulties with much more confidence, always striving to overcome them.
The many long hours of work which were both pleasant and inspiring constantly
reminded us to keep on the straight wide road toward success.
This book is our only written record of the many happy occasions and ex-
periences we have enjoyed during our stay on the Reservation. We would like to
pass on to thc papooses of the AMH5 homesite this record of our struggles, vic-
tories, and achievements, hoping that it will be cherished during the years to come.
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The Class of 1957 proudly dedicates this yearbook to Mr. Brophy and Mr.
Dutka, our class advisors, who have unselfishly devoted their time and energy to
give us friendly counsel and guidance.
Had it not been for their aid, we could not have solved the many problems
which confronted us. We especially wish to thank you, Mr. Brophy and Mr. Dutka,
for making our many activities and social events huge successes, and for the many
tiresome hours you spent on campaigns to raise money for the Senior Class.
We sincerely thank you for all your help that was available when we needed
it. May God bless you both always.
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TO MR. KITTLE:
As supervising principal of Amityville
Memorial High School, you have assumed
a great responsibility-that of our educa-
tion. We of the graduating Class of 1957
hold you in high esteem as a man so dedi-
cated to his career that time. patience, and
understanding have become associated
with your name.
Though seldom seen, your o1nni-pres-
ence has inspired and encouraged us to
fulfill our obligations as free-thinking,
open-minded individuals. You always
found time for our problems and diffi-
culties. We wish to thank you in part by
this small tribute.
When we hrst met. four years ago, you
welcomed ns so warmly. Now. as Seniors,
we are preparing to leave. We sincerely
hope and believe that the future students
of Amityville Memorial High School will
benefit as greatly as we have from your
constant guidance and supervision.
,lust a word in parting-"Thanks"
0lfU'lCL! of gfdefff
Scand Mr Hlldreth Mr Fuchs President, Mr. Harvey, Mrs.
Slundzng Mr Powell Mr Klttlm Mr Gardiner, Mr. Marsland,
Mr Koepchen, Mr NCl1flllU, Mr bchlictemeier.
TO MR. CAP:
For your guidance, companionship and
unending patience toward our problems,
we. the class of 1957. wish to thank you
wholeheartedly. You have inspired us to
assume the responsibilities of adulthood
that will face us upon graduation. Some
of us will go on to college, others will
enter the business world and a few will
marry, but our four years in Amityville
lVlen1orial High School, under your guid-
ance, have prepared us to enter upon
these endeavors as superior individuals
and democratic Americans.
Our high school career has now come
to an end as has your job of changing us
from the adolescents we were as freshmen
to the mature adults we must be to face
our future. Just as you faced up to your
responsibilities, we must now face up to
ours. As we leave the reservation we wish
to express our gratitude to you, lVlr. Cap,
for the mental, moral, and physical train-
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Modern Dance 2, 3, 4g Softball 1
Band 3, 4
Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader's
Club 3, 45 Echo 3, 4g Warrior 45
Chorus 1, Service Club 43 Tralhc
Squad 3, Sportsnight 1, 2, 3, 45
Numeral, Shield, Letter, Volleyball
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Key Club 3, 4, Student Council 45
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2,
3, 4, Tennis 2
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Photography Club 1, 2, 3, President.
Rifle Team 3, Stage Crew 3, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1
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Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Council 3, 43 Photography
Club I, 2, 3, Forum Club 1, 2, 3,
Booster Club 3, 4, President 49 Jr.
Red Cross, Echo, Warrior 4
Senior Class Council 43 Library
Club, Warriorg Echo, Booster
Club, Photography Clubg Chorus 3,
43 Numeralg Bowling 3, 45 Softball
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Volleyball 2, 3, 4
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Class Council 4, Tennis 3
Photography Club 19 S.0.S. 4-
Student Council 25 Leader's Club
3, 45 Library Club 3, 4g Service
Club 4, Drainatics Club lg Junior
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Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3
BRENDA DE LONEY
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Library Club 3, 4g Gold Key 49
Booster Club 45 Junior, Senior Class
Council, Echo 4, Warrior 4, Sports-
night lg Modern Dance 4
Wrestling 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4, Ce-
ramics 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
Senior Class Treasurer, Student
Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, Spanish
Club 4, Vice Pres. 43 Booster Club
3, 4, Echo 3, 4g Class Council 3, 43
Warrior 4, Cheerleader 29 Numer-
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F.H.A. 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Service
Club 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Leader's Club
2, 3, 4, Numeral, Shield, Letter,
Modern Dance 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4,
Honor Team 4, Softball 1, 3, Bas-
ketball 1, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 4
Student Council 2, 3, Echo 3,
Photography 2, Library Club 3,
4, Sportsnight 3
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German Club 1, 2, Bowling 2,
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Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 3
Honor Society 3, 4, Library Club
3, 4, Student Council 4, F.H.A.
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Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Class Council
2, 3, 4, Service Club 4, Sportsnight
1, 2, 3, 4, Numeral, Shield, Letter,
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Badminton 3, 4, Honor Team 3,
Hockey 3, 4, Honor Team 4, Bas-
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Health Club 2, 3, Ceramics Club
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3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4
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Track, Soccer, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4
AUBREY VAN DE WATER
Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2
GEORGE VAN DRIESSCHE
Intramural Wrestling 1
Spanish Club, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Honor Society 3, Booster Club 4,
Warrior 4, Echo 4, Badminton 3,
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Dramatics Club 1, Photography
Club 2, Forum Club 2, Spanish
Club 3, Chorus 1, Senior Play
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Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3,
Leaders Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4,
Booster Club 3, Service Club 4,
F.H.A. 3, 4, Library Club 4, Class
Council 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4,
Warrior 4, Echo 3, 4, Sportsnight
1, 2, 3, 4, Numeral, Shield, Letter,
Key, Badminton 2, 3, Honor Team
2, 3, Bowling 2, Softball 1, Honor
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Honor Team 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2,
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Library Club 4, F.H.A. 4, Class
Council 3, 4, Service Club 43 PBD-
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Football 1, Bowling 2
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Wrestling, Bowling 3, Basketball 4,
Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 4
Hockey 1, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Honor
Team 3, Modern Dance 3, 4, Nu-
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S.O.S. 4, Photography Club 1, Stu-
dent Council, Sportsnight 2, Nu-
meral, Bowling 2, 3, 4
llonor Society 3, 43 Chorus 3, Nu-
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In September 1953. a group of bewil-
dered freshmen entered the hallowed halls
of A. lVl. H. S. Our hrst introduction to the
faculty was at an assemhly of the entire
student body. where we became acquainted
with our principal.
Organization was our major aim during
the freshman year. Mr. Dutka. our class
advisor. aided us greatly in getting started
in the right direction. We lost no time in
showing our potentialities and ht-gan with
the annual niagazine campaign. Our efforts
rewarded us with L1 substantial sum for our
treasury. We had our first glimpse of the
theatrical and musical worlds by watching
the excellent productions of "June Wed-
ding" and g'Lct,s 'Dude' it."
L4-ft to Right: P. Dooganfiireasurer, B. Bates4Vice President D
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Row I Left to Right: M. Morisco, M. Boyn, D. Beckwith. B. Bates. N. Shemdelman P Doogan
Feher, C. Divers.
Row 2 Mr, Dutka. J. Driscoll, B. Housler, N. Wittcntzinn, M. CBBC, P- Hffflllf- P CHHOWHY
Thzickray, C. Davidson. I.. Wolpert, Mr. Brophy.
Row 3 H. Duckworth, E. Masera, C. Givner, G. Slulltll. A- M0ltlf'Y, E- Fl0fkelb0n R LOPCZ
J Damico, D. Beaton, C. White, M. Miranda,
June arrived and we were able to look
back on a wonderful year hlled with new
experiences. We had come through with
only minor bumps and bruises and with
great expectation of tl1e year to come.
The enthusiasm of our freshman year
did not subside during the summer months.
Donald Beckwith was elected president
our sophomore year and was to hold that
position for our junior and senior years
also. We started off with a fall dance, the
"Hobo Hop," which was a great success.
Music hlled the air when "Youth Speaks"
was presented in March 1955. Nlany of
our class participated in the production
that included elementary and junior high
students as well as high school students.
We were proud of the wrestling team
u ho defeated Mepham for the first time in
eighteen years and won the Suffolk County
Championships. The A. M. H. S. basketball
team also had a good year and took second
place in the A-1 league.
September of our third year in
A. M. H. S. found us with renewed in-
terest and zest. We gained a second ad-
visor, Mr. Brophy. We entered the Dra-
matic Opportunity Tournament with the
presentation of a drama instead of a com-
edy. Our enthusiasm spilled over into our
magazine and book cover sales.
Winning the title of County Co-champs
in football gave us the idea that the future
would bring still more honors.
"Buttons and Bowsw was presented dur-
ing our junior year, but the biggest dance
was our prom. "Arabian Nightsw was the
theme, and the decorations in the gym pre-
sented an authentic atmosphere.
Step aside all you fans of the jazz beat.
Rock and Roll is the newest craze, and we
dished out plenty at our "Rock 'n Roll
,l2lI'Illl0X'C9.,i the first dance of the Senior
year. After that we showed our school
spirit by sponsoring thc "Red 'n Gray"
dance held in November. At our King and
Queen dance, Bernie Wyatt and Barbara
Woi'oli were the reigning couple. Now we
are looking forward to the best of all
dances, the Senior Ball.
Sportswise, our final year was one of
which we can be proud. We were county
champions in football, and Bernie Wyatt
broke the Suffolk County Scoring record.
Our Senior Play "Time Out for Ginger"
was a new smash hit from Broadway and
proved to be as great a success at
A. M. H. S. We began to work on our
yearbook. Funds from the magazine cam-
paign, book covers and senior button sales
added to our treasury. Now we are look-
ing forward to class day and the fun of
planning our costumes. But with all the
fun will come the realization that our
school days will be practically over. All
our four wonderful years are drawing to
a close. The most memorable day of all
will soon be here, Graduation Day at
Amityville Memorial High School. This
brief history could only partly tell of the
fun we have had, of the friends we have
made and of the memories that will last a
Our sincere thanks to all those who
helped us, the Class of '57, during our
high school years.
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Row 1, Left to Right: C. Staudt, M. Feher, P. Herring, M. Boyn, N. Sheindelman, M. Miranda,
D. Beckwith-Vice President, P. Doogan-Secretary, B. Morselli-President, J. Driscoll-
Treasurer, D. Darling, R. Walsh, J. Wallace, R. Caluori.
Row 2: A. Chambers, B. Krack, J. Rillings, C. Cammaroto, J. Vitale, F. Mea, V. Lasting, K.
Karlsson, B. Neilson, H. Reilly, C. Meagher, C. Falkenhach, A. Lang, A. Hall, J. Delves,
D. Burton, J. Adams, Mr. Pucciarelli.
Row 3: D. Beaton, E. Fatool, S. Brewer, D. MacDonald, T. Caples, J. Damico, D. Walker, C.
Garrett, K. Welsh, A. Udall, J. Givner, N. Laegen, D. Gutmueller, B. Walls, A. Brown, M.
Smith, D. Marsden.
The Student Council, representing the
entire student body, began another year
under the able direction of Ben Morselli,
President, Donald Beckwith, Vice Presi-
dentg Pat Doogan, Secretary, Judy Dris-
coll, Treasurerg and our counselor, Mr.
As in the past, the Council continued
its support of Gil, our Korean War or-
phan. In addition checks were sent to Care
and to the Salvation Army. Money was
also contributed toward the purchase of
Thanksgiving baskets, which were donated
to worthy families.
During the month of October the Coun-
cil sponsored its flrst dance, the "Bermuda
Cruise." Everyone enjoyed the dance and
the colorful array of Bermuda shorts and
shirts that were seen. The "Toy Jamboree"
was presented to obtain gifts for the or-
phans for Christmas. Admission to the
dance was one toy. The "Jamboree" was
a huge success and helped to make Christ-
mas memorable for the orphans.
Because the council is continually striv-
ing to improve itself, some members vis-
ited the Councils of several Long Island
schools. Notes were compared and new
ideas were discussed at the meetings. One
suggestion was to start a point system
based on membership in the different
clubs in school. This system would enable
members of these clubs to accumulate
enough points to earn an award. In this
way, students who did not participate in
athletics but were active in other extra-
curricular activities would receive recog-
Among the other activities of the Stu-
dent Council was the sponsorship of
A. M. H. S. on the Herb Sheldon television
program. All who participated enjoyed
This year the Council expanded its
membership by the addition of the
A. M. H. S. Service Club. lt is hoped
that a G. O. will be organized in the near
We feel that the Student Council had
done a fine job and will continue in the
The Edward Reed Cage Chapter of the
National Honor Society was named in
honor of the father of a member of the
class of ,57. Mr. Gage taught chemistry
for a number of years before he became
principal of our high school. Amityville
became a member of the National Honor
Society in 19417.
Each year the society inducts new mem-
bers on the basis of the four ideals of the
National Honor Societyr character, leader-
ship and service. All teachers judge the
students according to these characteristics.
The students who qualified for member-
ship this year were inducted at a formal
ceremony held during an assembly. Dean
Hoxie of C. W. Post College of Long
Island was guest speaker and talked about
what students should expect in college.
The new members were sworn in and re-
ceived membership cards and gold pins.
The oflicers are Gary Staudt. presidentg
Tl Emmolo, vice presidentg Marie Mir-
anda, secretaryg and Don Beckwith, treas-
This year the society under the direction
of Mr. Alfred Kalfus has undertaken the
sale of review books. The society has
adopted this as a way to reimburse the
treasury each semester and to release this
burden from the teachers.
The society has set down strict rules for
attendance and committee work. The
school paper features a column as a cre-
ative outlet for the members. Plans for
the future include a handbook which
would be sold in September of each year
as an introduction and orientation for
new students. It will give a listing of all
activities, a map of the school and many
things of concern to new students.
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Row I, Left to Right: Mr. Kalfus, .l. Floen, M. Boyn, N. Wittemann, N. Sheindelinan, C. Staudt-
Presideut, M. Miranda-Secretary, A. lfuuuolo-Vice President, D. Beckwith-Treasurer, P.
Calloway, M. Feher.
Row 2: R. Rossitto. M. 0'Brien, A. Catania, L. Bedell, L. Writer, V. Harris, B. DeLoney, D.
Budde. A. liang, R. Nascarirh, M. Sokol, H. Guido, B. Rudolf.
Raw 3: R. Herr, C. Ruff, R. Caluori, C. Pedrini, D. Chavez, P. Williams, C. Gonzales, J. Marino,
R. Bunnell, V. Daleo, J. Ricci, K. Karlsson, V. Venes, B. McGill, R. Scheffer.
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Row I. Left to Right: A. Emntolo, C. Pedrini, D. Darling, L. Wolpert, D. That-kray, M. Boyn,
J. Driscoll, li. Masera.
Raw 2: Miss llowinun, Miss Cnecco, D. Renton, A. Catania, J. Vitale, P. Calloway, CI. Davidson,
M. Miranala, N. Wittcnlann, N. Sheindelmun, S. llilbert, Nliss Kennan.
Row 3: J. Wallace, l'. Doogan, M. Cage, R. Culuori, J. Hillen, D. Beckwith, C. Deckert, M.
Morisco, M. Feher, B. Housler, R. Guido.
The theme of the Warrior, "Indians,',
set the pattern for the many long hours
of work ahead. However, our staff could
not have accomplished half the task with-
out the devoted and most reliable assist-
?-.. ance of Miss Bowman and Miss Kennan.
Their constant criticism helped us to sur-
vive the many struggles and problems
which confronted us.
Credit should also be given to the dili-
gent efforts of Miss Cnecco and her busi-
ness staff. Al Emmolo, chosen business
manager, led the staff in its successful
sales campaign and in securing patrons.
The busy staff headed by Carol David-
son, Editor-in-Chiefg Adrian Cuillery, Art
Editor and Ruth Guido, Head Typist
started checking copy, drawing illustra-
tions, and checking and rechecl-:ing names
and activities. Our hope is that you, the
. ' h reader, will enjoy our efforts in trying to
Left to Right: R. Guido-Head Typist, C. Duvidson-Editor-m-Chtef, ,ive Ou one of the In L ldrboolw mu
A. Ennnolo-Business Manager, B. Bates-Associate Art Editor. U y 5
published. It's been fun!
The Echo had its start in 1920. Since
then it has progressed until now it has its
own production room where the paper is
With the patient help of Mr. Walter
Sharpe, advisor, the Echo staff this year
put out eight issues that contained the
school news, fashions, features, columns,
and quiekies. Each issue was carefully
written, copy read, typed, proof read, and
the page make-up arranged by the staff
under the direction of Marie Miranda,
editor-in-chief, Maryanne Morisco, news
editor, Nina Sheindelman, news editor,
and Linda Wolpert, feature editor.
The business end was managed by Al
Emmolo and his staff under the guidance
of Mr. Joseph Clancy.
The paper receives its support from
the student body through subscriptions
and from its advertisers. Every spring,
part ofthe staff is invited to the Columbia
Left to Right: M. Morisco. M. Miranda, A. Emmolo, N. Sheindelman
Press Conference which lasts three days.
During this time, the staff-in-training for
the paper for the following year pick up
many pointers on the problems of a
Row 1, Left to Right: Mr. Sharp, M. Herring, N. Wittemann, M. Boyn, P. Calloway, J. Driscoll,
N. Sheindelman, M. Miranda, M. Morisco, L. Wolpert, P. Doogan, C. Divers, B. Seegolt
Row 2: J. Whelan, R. Culuori, R. Bunnell, A. Waldman, C. Pedrini, J. Zito, A. Ferrara, B.
Ketcham, A. Emmolo, A. Catania, J. Fudzinski, V. Lasting, L. Rosen, M. Jansky, M. Magnani,
R. Mahlstedt, J. Epstein, N. Corwin.
Row 3: R. Walsh, D. Darling, R. Guido, L. Burchins, J. Wallace, S. Hilbert, .A. Cuillery, E.
Torkelson, C. White, C. Civner, L. Blumberg, D. Beaton, P. Palese, E. Mohrman, C. Davidson,
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Row 1, Left to Right: J. Anderson, B. Yates-Treasurer, R. Herr-Secretary, C. White-President
D. Beckwith-Vice Piesident, A. Chambers, B. Bates.
Row 2: J. Hillen, E. Masera, E. Torkelson, K. Carty, R. Bourgard, W. Mason, C. Staudt, A
Emmolo, Mr. Brophy.
Row 3: J. Shultis, K. Anderson, T. Emmolo, L. Godin, C. Civner, C. Halsey, D. Lang, A. Kane
The Key Club is an international or-
ganization of high school boys' clubs un-
der the sponsorship of Kiwanis Interna-
tional. Its purpose is to prepare boys of
today to be citizens of tomorrow by teach-
ing its members that in serving others they
themselves are better prepared for the
As customary, the Key Club presented
its sportsmanship trophy for football. The
winner is chosen by the coaches of the
teams of the league. This year, Bay Shore,
which was rated by the committee for
having shown the best all around sports-
manship, was the winning school. The Key
Club presented-in co-sponsorship with
the Leader's Club-the annual Faculty-
Student contests. Women members of the
faculty competed with members of the
Leaders Club in a spirited game of vol-
leyball, and men of the faculty vied with
the varsity in a fast game of basketball.
The club was honored this year by hav-
ing Bruce Bates elected as one of the
Lieutenant Governors of New York State.
The club also had the honor of helping
to start a brother club in Bay Shore.
Charles White was elected president
with Donald Beckwith, Dick Herr, and
Brad Yates elected vice president, secre-
tary, and treasurer respectively. With these
four otlicers to lead them and under the
guidance of Mr. Brophy, the
upheld its motto-"We Build."
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Row I, Left to Right: J. Bott, C. Locke.
Row 2: D. Schloss, B. Hinton, A. Gervase.
Row 3: M. Walker, P. Kelly, J. Worsman.
Row -1: P. Davis. E. Mohrman, M. Lucas.
Row 5: L. Ames, Mrs. Woodward, V. Ruth, F. Drake, B. Leonard.
I, Left lo Right: C. D136-llCCl-VJCB President, J. Floen.
2: I.. Bedell-Treasllrer, P. Hastabrooks, M. Janskyglhilrlic' Relations Cliairmun.
3: J. Hivr'ifPresident, K. Stroh, P. Shepard, B. llousler, C. Johnson.
-1: Mrs. Woodward, P. Constantine, A. Waldman, E. Walker, J. lihcrry.
5: E. Blake, M. Roy-Secretary, .l. Marino, L. Parra, R. Sheehan, J. Fudzinski, R. Guido
This year, the Trallic Squad, a group
of students headed by lVlr. Keker, com-
bined with a new organization called the
Service Club. This new club enrolled a
large number of students for the purpose
of providing help and service to the
school and its faculty members whenever
or wherever it was necessary.
Row I, Left to Right: L. Wol-
pert, D. Thackray, P. Gallo-
way, M. Boyn, M. Holmes.
Row 2: P. Hardy, F. .lenkins
M. Cage, A. Catania, C. Con:
Zales, P. Hardy.
Row 3: Mr. Keker, B. Ketcham
M. Miranda, C. Deckert, Ni
Row 4: H. Elliott, B. Merrick
K. Karlsson, M. Herring.
Row 5: N. Sheindelman, V
Venes, D. Darling, J. Driscoll
Row 6: M. Feher, M. Morisco
P. Doogan, J. Ardavany.
Row 7: C. Ruff, R. Venes, R
Parker, G. Staudt.
Row 8: R. Mascarich, G
Amann, J. Damico, A. Emmolo
Row 9: E. Masera, A. Cham
bers, B. Morselli, D. Beckwith
The boys in the Traffic Squad are headed
this year by Jack Damico. The main
functions of this group have been to pre-
vent congestion of the student trallic in the
halls, to help keep the halls clean and to
usher the students to and from the as-
Row I, Left to Right: B. Ketch-
am, R. Venes, I. Balaschak
B. Petriello, J. Ricci, D. Cack-
Row 2: J. Darnlco, R. Alonso
J. Hillen, A. Mobley, G
Staudt, G. Woodruff, C. Bag
Row 3: Mr. Keker, R. Torres,
G. Zeck, W. DeMarco, J
Row 4: A. Chambers, B. Mor
selli, R. Guido, G. Pearsall.
Row 5: E. Musera, C. Givner,
B. Bates, R. Bourgurd.
The other part of the club has no olli-
cers, as there is no need for them. Mr.
Keker, the club's advisor, is the real head
of this group. For a first year organiza-
tion, this club has made great contribu-
tions to the school. It has supplied for the
school ushers for the plays and movies
that were presented by the different clubs
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or classes and also for the two Parent's
Nights. Among its other accomplishments,
the club has supplied ticket takers for
dances and athletic events. The club has
also contributed to the school by the work
which its members have done in the school
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Ld! to Right: P. Calloway, M. Boyn, D. Thackray, M. Miranda, M. Morisco, P. Doogun, KI. Cage,
M. Feher, B. Housler, G. Deckert, H. Duckworth, M. Panico, G. Johnson.
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Row I, Lvfl to Right: P. Calloway, N. Wittemann, J. Driscoll, B. Housler-Secretary-Treasurer,
M. Fc-llc-I'-i'1'f'sidcl1t, M. Gag1fQVice President, C. Davidson. N. Corwin.
Row 2: Mrs. Hr-dgf-ei. M. Boynji.. Wolpert, P. Doogan, M. Morisco, M. Miranda, C. Divers,
C. l'e-drini, G. johnson, M. Magnuni, A. Brown.
Row 3: H. Duckworth, M. Herring, D. Thackray, C. Deckert, M. Panico, M. Dell'Accio, B.
Scheucr, A. l"crrantc, J. Hafi, R. Paolicelli, M. Mincey, J. McCoy, T. Robinson.
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Row I, Left to Right: R. Plerhner, A. Sheftel, N. Scholl, R. Parker, P. Doogan, Y. V1-nes, P.
llardy, D. Darling, ll. Walsh, P. Hardy, J. Jzunes.
Row 2: J. llessler, l.. Segal, R. Rossitto, A. Ullert. C. Svlieiler, A. llzlll, 5. llrown, ll. llurcli,
D. llinlmle, P. Brive. Pl. Phzrnnemiller, D. Korrusik. N. Sunflcr, D. Potter.
Row 3: Mrs. Davis, ll. Shimunsky, M. Mugxnani, P. Williams, l.. lXleCoy, ll. lilliott. C. Gonzales,
B. Samuels, J. Falk, B. Batz, F. Firenze, D. Wilkins, S. Aikman, ll. Nehring, P. Palvsc,
D. Thackray, J- Whelan, J. Goldberg.
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Row l. Left to Right: S. Greene, C. Baer, M. Ashe, C. Gino, T. Caples. S. Brewer, K. Frazer
K. Rothwell, M. Hatcher, P. Ketvhzun, P. Morgran, P. Alilsott, K. lrelanrl, R. Kruvk.
Rau' 2: J. Ardavuny, C. lliller, M. Hays, R. Catania. B. Bard. M. l'r-res, l.. NlvQuillan, ,L Peres
B. Del.oney, E. Cohen, S. Wolpert, B. Moss, R. llunnell, C. Loesekann, V. llil'ulma. l.. llour
garcl, Nir. Plli'l'lill'f'lll.
Row 3: C. Ciorgini. I.. Rosen, l.. Wanser. I. llothenliergz, M. 'llS?.lllQl, D. Walker. l.. Sl'l1lil'l1lf'IIll'l1'l
A. Selileen, ll. llostin, M. Fleming, J. Adams, E. Sizer, l. Balaschzik, K. Karlsson, ll. Ri-illy
F. Qnimlny, D. Beckwith.
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tary. C. Sluimautsky. ll. Beaton-Prcsident, V. l,asting-sSecretary-
'l'rt-asurcr. Nl. Sluitli-Vice l'rcsiflcnt, Nl. Sander.
Row 2: li. Weirlilmrmlt. li. lit-nuzzi, A. Enuuolo, Mr. Clancy, M.
Sokol, ll. Cohen, C. Staudt.
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Freedom of spcech is one of the basic
freedoms we possess. This freedom is
exercised regularly when the members of
the Forum Club, under the direction of
Mr. Clancy, meet to air their views in
sometimes healed discussions.
Tl1e Forum Club enjoys the distinction
of being one of the oldcst clubs in the
school, having been organized over thirty-
hve years ago. Olhcers this year are: Dana
Beaton, presidentg Margaret Smith, vice
presidcntg Vivian Lasting. corresponding
secretaryg and Dana Beaton, treasurcr.
Some of the topics discussed this year
include segregation, five years of high
school, setting the voting at eighteen, and
the possibility of having school all year
During the Christmas vacation, the
members of the club took a trip to the
United Nations. They also attended the
annual Herald Tribune Youth Forum on
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Ron' I. Left to Right: S. Witte, .l. Ricci. D. Chester, J. Wallzxc'e, M. lllagnani, M. Dc-ll'Accio,
li. fillirlo, .l. Col:
Rout 2: xl. Young. ,l. Cooley. A. lhlf'Qllt't'l1. F. Dillierger, F. Nlaliula, F. Nlca. xl. Corwin, B.
Burlwro. l'. llnrily. li. Sunuu-ls, W. Grant, B. llorngcescr. W. Crane, Nlr. Stimola.
Run' J: S. Alu-ltcl. l.. ixvans, R. lla-trlello. A. R1-nz, V. lllusac. C. liaviclson. C. Liebert, R.
llaolicclli, l'. Sacks, ,l. Lcdcrer, ,l. Turner. l'. Chenoweth, C. Hrwood, J. Oliva.
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The llt-uhh Clulw was first organized
in NSS. It is unique in the fact that it I
is tho only club in Amityville that was
orgtinizctl hy popular dcniand. The Health
tilulv is an nit-inlmer of the Western Suffolk i
Thu clulm does not liuve oliicers, but I
rutlu-r connnittces which, it is felt, can ac-
complish much more.
Sonic of the sulmjects discussed this ,
your includc topics under hoth physical l
and rncntul health such as duting, shyness,
tuhcrculosis and the hcurt.
Un the st-cond Monday of the month,
the llculth Clulw visited other schools
which are incnilmers of the Vlfcstern Suf-
folk Ht-ullh Association, such as Kings
Park, Lindenhurst and Northport. K..
Left to Right: C. Brantley, I. Ricci, lilr. Sheldon, B. Ketchum, A. Ennnolo
The inenilmers of this club have also
C. Burch, D. Udell, C. Gino, B. Seegott.
visited the United Nations and Pilgrim
Row I. Imft In Righlz Nl. llerring, A. Brown, M. lloyn. R. Ketvhain. P. Calloway. I. Driscoll.
Rum 2: Mrs. llcynoltls, li. Sliiniansky, N. xVllIr'Illtlllll. li. l.ovke, fi. Diwrs, E. Epstein, R. Feliney,
lil. Holmes, Nlrs. Nlclllunn.
Row 3: R. Cnluori, A. Lang, S. llrewur, H. Malilstedt, A. Hull, N. Luegen, l.. Wolpf-rt.
Row 1, Left to Right: B. Tamm, S. Simms, M. Sander, D. Korrasik, M. Holmes, A. Hoskind.
Row 2: Mis-s Murray, K. Nemetz, V. Harris, R. Dilbau, D. Budde, B. Burch, R. Koestner, C. Zeck,
H. Felker, G. Ruff, Mr. Amore.
The Ceramics Club was started three years
ago under the direction of Mr. Amore. This club
usually meets for an hour and a half, once a week.
The number of members now stands at seventeen.
Membership is open to the student body. There
must be a limit to the number of students ad-
mitted, however, due to the size of the clubroom,
which is located in the Woodshop.
Ceramics is the art of making things of fired
clay. Many types of work are done. Tiles or
slabwork can be made by placing a piece of clay
between two sticks and rolling the clay with an-
other stick on top until a desired thickness is
reached. The clay is then cut to the desired length.
Coil building is accomplished by using a piece of
clay which has been rolled into one long piece
and then coil upon coil in a circular motion. The
Potterswheel produced the oldest form of Ceramics
and is still used today. The mold method is used
by pouring a liquid clay into a plaster mold. The
mold absorbs the moisture in the liquid clay, cre-
ating a wall thickness of the chosen form. There
is also the pinch method of making an object out
of clay. The clay is pinched until the desired shape
has been made.
Miss Murray, an assistant advisor, has helped
many of us with free hand sculpturing. She has
made several pieces of beautiful work out of clay.
After a piece of work has been fired, glazed, and
fired again, we are then able to give tl1e article the
final glaze. The glaze is a glass-like layer on the
surface of the article which is used for decoration,
for color, and for practicality.
Mr. Amore has arranged for the Ceramics Club
to display its projects in the lobby of the high
school once a year.
See you in tl1e Ceramics Clubl
Row 1, Left to Right: H
Schad, J. Rillings, J. Per-
Row 2: B. Davidge, A. Lush,
R. Leuder, B. McGill, G.
Peterson, B. Pyper, D. Eli
assen, W. Smith, Mr. Mil-
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Row 1, Left to Right: F. Cas-
telluccio, M. Randazzo, V.
Musac, P. Chenoweth, P.
Sacks, J. Mazza.
Row 2: J. Oliva, C. Wood-
ruff, Mr. Kurland, R. Lin-
ington, W. Stevens, J. Fon-
tana, B. Stelzenmuller, R.
On November 16, the class of '57
presented the never-to-be-forgotten play
"'l'imc Out for Ginger."
,lon Hillen, as a typical father, stirs
family and town into utter confusion when
he blames the educational system for in-
fringing upon the youngsters' dignity as
human beings. Because of this, father is
forced to allow his youngest daughter
Ginger tMarion Boynj to play on the
football tt-am. He is confronted by his boss
tDon Beckwithj who states that unless he
curbs these actions he will lose his job. The
high school principal tAngelo Gorgonel
threatens to have Ginger expelled.
His wife tllflaryanne Moriscol guides
him through his trials and tribulations.
Always adding her two cents is the maid
Howard's two older daughters are:
Jeanie, tMargie Feherl the career girl
with the lead in the School Playg Joan,
thc typical school girl tRuth Walshj who
has that track star Eddie Davis tliichard
lluchmaicrl wrapped around her finger.
Ginger, our football hero, goes with the
very studious Tommy Green tAl Kanel.
Row I, Left to Rlght M
Morisco, M. Feher R
Walsh, M. Boyn A Kane
Row 2: J. Hillen A Gor
gone, B. Neilson Miss Ken
nan, D. Beckwith, R Buch
Row I. Left lu Right: I. Cohen,
K. Rothwell, ll. Sylnons.
Row 2: ll. Mursulen, Mr, Wein
stein, ll. Walker, li. Herr, N
Sowley, l'. Sittlcr.
The annual Dramatics Opportunity Tournament was held February 15, 1957.
The prize winning play was "Sugar and Spice" given by the freshmen. The sopho-
mores presented "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife," and the juniors presented
"To Open, Pry Coverf,
Row I, Left to Right: R. Venes
Row 2: W. Morrell, .l. llessler
L. Catania, N. Laegen. C. Gino
Row 3: Mr. Murphy, K. Nelnetz
S. Wells, R. Ainunn, C. Erl-
wein, R. Leuder.
Row I, Left to Right: R. Reichelt, B. Samuels.
Row 2: R. Buchmaier, H. Felker, G. Zeck, R. Chopping, F. Dilberger, R. Linington, M. Randazzo,
The stage crew, under the direction of
Mr. Teeter, is kept busy with the various
jobs created by extra-curricular and school
activities. This year's group consists of
both boys and girls.
The jobs of the stage crew are many,
among them are preparation of the stage
for school assemblies, operation of the
public address system, and the control of
all stage lighting. This year the members
also painted scenery and sets for the Sen-
ior Play and the Dramatics Opportunity
Tournament. Another important job is to
supply lighting for the concerts given by
the Civic Music Association, for Sports
Night, the Junior Prom, and the Senior
The teachers and students of Amity
High are very grateful to the stage crew,
for they help to make each program pres-
entation a success.
Amityville Memorial High School has
a music department of which it can be
proud. Awards are presented at the end
of two and four-year periods to students
who have shown great interest and have
given their whole-hearted cooperation in
This year the hand gave superb per-
formances under the direction of Mr.
Flemming at the football games and as-
semblies. They also continued to exercise
their talents by playing in tl1e community
hand during the summer months. The
Christmas and spring concerts were huge
successes and were enjoyable to everyone,
participants and viewers. Annually the
band and chorus have performed at an
open air concert at Jones Beach, this year
being no exception.
The high school orchestra under the di-
rection of Mrs. Lush has participated in
all musical functions of the school pro-
gram. Each year the orchestra is increas-
ing in size and the students work very
hard to perfect their techniques in this
aspect of music education. Varied solos
A ea fm
Row l. Left in Right: A. Silecchia, C. Hunter, li. Evans, M. lNlcCarey, K. Karlsson, C. Wells,
J. Cooley, ltl. Paletto.
Row 2: lllrs. l.ush. A. llunter, R. lVltlSt'2ll'lt'lI, li. lrftenant, R. Coppola, C. Caldwell, F. llunter.
Row 3: l.. Schliehtmeier, S. Aikman, A. Lush, D. Johnson, R. Rossitto, B. Neilson, C. Morgan,
Row 4: F. Swanson, C. Anderson, B. Seegott, B. Rudolf, R. Thomas, R. Buehmaier, C. Brockner.
and string ensembles were heard during
the year at assemblies, and competed in
the NYSSMA. Students who participated
in the Long lsland Sectional Orchestra
were Karen Karlsson and Ann Yardley.
'llhis year our drum major was senior
Albert Kane, who did an excellent job
leading the marching band and twirlers
in formations at football games and pa-
rades. The twirling squad looked spectac-
ular in their new red and gray satin uni-
forms trimmed with gold braid.
Last year's senior class appropriated
money to start an organ fund. A ham-
mond organ which was purchased this year
added much enjoyment to assemblies and
various other programs. It has been ex-
cellently played by Donald Marsden.
Academic credits are given for partici-
pation in band. orchestra. and chorus. but
many students simply take them for the
pleasures derived from belonging to these
Those students who were interested in
further improving their musical knowledge
and performance took courses in music
theory and music appreciation.
The music department as a whole is
growing in quality and quantity every
year. Many students receive free instru-
mental instruction in school on band and
orchestral instruments. livery year the de-
partment enjoys presenting a program for
the grade school and junior high students
who will be the future music makers of
Amityville Memorial High School.
Row I, Left to Right: Mr. La Manna, V. Lastings, K. Cromarty, N. Laegen, M. Rau, R. Caluori,
Row 2: B. Boden, J. Ricci, F. Jenkins, P. Williams, K. Forlner, P. King.
Row 3: C. Davidson. J. Young, C. Burwell, P. Fowler, E. Blake, C. Croner.
Raw 4: H. Felker, F. Carr, P. Szymborski, L. Writer, C. Chichester, R. Vogel, I.. Laundau.
Row 5: M. Fhert, R. Buchmaier, H. Bressack, B. Stelutnmuller, F. Swanson, H. Sira.
This year the chorus numbered 80 stu-
dents under the direction of Mr. LaManna,
a new faculty member with whom we were
happy to work. Some of the chorus func-
tions were performing at assemblies, at
concerts, and playing for the Parents Asso-
ciation. A selected chorus of 30 students
had special rehearsals in the mornings on
their own time. Each year the voeally in-
clined may audition for NYSSMA. Those
who were chosen from Amityville were
Roberta Mahlsledt, Rosemary Feliney,
Richard Buchmaier, and Charles Brantley.
Aside from the band, orchestra, and
chorus we have the German Band known
as the Hungry Five. a dance band, and
numerous instrumental ensembles. These
groups have performed at assemblies, for
service organizations, and have made other
outside appearances. The dance band mem-
bers practiced three mornings a week be-
The music department took its annual
trip to the Metropolitan Opera where a
performance of "Tosca" was enjoyed.
We, the graduating seniors wish to ex-
press our sincere gratitude to Mr. Flem-
ming, director of music in the Amityville
Memorial High School, Mrs. Lush, orch-
estra director, and Mr. LalVIanna, choral
director, who, by bringing music into our
lives, have enlightened our hearts and en-
riched our minds. We also wish to thank
them for the school spirit their organiza-
tions have promoted and for their con-
tributions to the musical life of the
Raw I, Left to Right: J. Damieo, D. Truedscn, A. Lang. C. Locke, C. Ludwig. .l. Ricci.
Row . F. Quimby, M. Flemming, D.'Wright, J. Sammis, R. Mahlstedt, K. Stroh.
Row 3: P. Palese, P. Wolf, R. Dilbau, E. Holmes, P. Howe, D. Burton.
Row 4: C. Wood, A, Terry. L. Bedell, J. Delves, C. Falkenlmach, R. Peters.
Raw 5: B. Stevens, P. Nelson, J. Beckwith, W. Gildersleeve, C. Johnson, A. Mettelsdorf, F. Chi-
chester, L. Dixon.
Huw I. Imft In Right: li. Ciruco, J. Castellano, M. Donaty, B. Neilson, R. Linington, R. Buchlnuier,
li. Herr, N. Sznnnlvrs, C. Brovkner.
Row 2: S. Wells, B. Rudolf, R. Thornas, F. Nowicki, J. Mazza, R. Rossitto.
Row 3: Mr. Flvnnningz, J. Danmivo, F. Swanson.
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Svwnrcl, Nl. llnyn, S, l-ll'1'tWl'I'.
Hou' 2: 5. Witt:-, ll. M1-rrivk, B. Wuron
C. Smith, N. 5lll'lIlIlf'lIIll1I'l.
Left lo Right: ll. BllCl1lllHlf'I', A. KilIll',
C. Brantley, C. Morgan, ll. rlvllijlllil
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Whalen-Vive President, C. Gino-
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Row 1, Left to Right: C, Zimmermann, P. Walker, B. Yates, W. Dehlarco, A. Chambers, B.
Nlorselli, R. Plerhner.
Row 2: K. Wood, H. Harsch, K. Carty, M. Weed, R. Alonso, lf. Fatool, C. Gifford, J. Damico.
Run' 3:Nlr. Howard, B, Wyatt, C. Pearsall. R. Plechner, W. Howell, K. Hirsch, R. Baker, A.
lllobley, V. llavis, C. Civner, Nlr. Goldstein.
Row 4: ll. Howard, F. Feldmann. J. Schwartz, B. Bates, J. Cutillo, S. Harvey, T. Stringer, E.
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Amityville's high school football team under
the guidance of Mr. Howard and lVlr. Goldstein
went on to win the A-l Championship by win-
ning all seven of its league games and its non-
league game. The Crimson Tide of Amityville
started its sensational season by beating River-
head in its first game. Huntington was the next
learn on the list to taste the sting of Amity's
mighty running attack led by Bernie Wyatt.
South Huntington gave Amityville a scare in the
opening minutes of their game hy scoring on
them first, hut after that it was practically all
over for South Huntington. Bayshore was held
svoreless as Amity went on to score 24 points.
Une of the crucial games of the year was
against Northport, whit-h saw the brilliant run-
ning of Wyatt and good defensive work liy Al
South Huntington 6
Port Jefferson 0
Chambers and Alex Moliley along with a good
over all team effort. Port Jefferson, which had a
great team, was the only big obstacle left in the
Crimson's path to the A-1 crown. In this game
Amity's defense was just superb, as they got hy,
by a score of 14-0. The Lindenhurst game, which
was played in the mud and rain, saw Bernie
Wyatt break the county scoring record with just
seconds left to go in the game.
Amityville's gridiron men were voted the Rut-
ger's trophy for the third year running, thus
retiring it in Amityville's hands. Al Chambers,
Alex Mobley, and Bernie Wyatt were elected to
the all Suffolk football team of which Mr. How-
ard was elected co-coach. All in all it. was an-
other great year for the players of Amity High.
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Row I, Left to Right: C. Wade, E. Black, K. Johnson, F. Weller, A. Russo, M. Johnston, D
Cocks-nheinier, R. Kendrick.
Row 2: R. Flegenheiiner. D. Lang, H. Hum-rs, H. Cerchiai, R. Imlmert, R. Smith, W. King, W
Srliwartz, N. Zellen, R. Uowsley, C. Lic-bert.
Rem' 3: Mr. Mrflann, J. Filipponc, D. Quivk, B. lNlnc-Donalcl, J. Stewart, 11. Leftrnant, 'l'. limmolo
K. Ireland, C. Cammaroto, li. Harris, Mr. Schmitt, Mr, Wilson.
Row 4: L. Bullard, P. Duckworth, li. llolloman, J. Anderson, R. Taylor, ll. llolloman, R. Linington
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Row I, Left to Right: M. Furr, C. Anderson, R. Butts, M. Consi, R. llrovkner, B. Cold:-n, ll
Row 2: V. Niomi. lNl. Davis, D. Mac'Harg, A. Haiuernfeiml, l.. Rolserts, C. Nlontallmno.
Row 3: Mr. Stimola. A. ffrziflt-y, A. Coletti, M. l.awr0m'f', W. CilderSlc'ex'f', Ci. G0l'l1l4lIlK. J. llavitl
son, A. Cosline, F. Whrtlmerg, J. Beckwith, J. Lowe.
Row 4: l.. Bourgard, R. Boehnel, C. Fisher, J. Goodman, W. NlcCollough, W. Joni-s, J. Gilnli
Row I, Left to Right: R. Venes, G. Halsey, C. Giorgini, W. Brandon, W. Porter.
Row 2: W. Mason, C. Adams, P. Adams, M. Sokol, J. Shultis, K. Anderson, S. Bernhard, F. Megna.
Row 3: C. Edwards, J. Thomas, C. Bukhuizen, R. Bourgard, F. Lomuscio, li. Musera, lf. Hent-
minger, Mr. Valla.
2 Smithtown 1
3 West lslip 1
0 East Islip 1
0 Bay Shore 2
1 Bay Shore 1
2 Brentwood 0
2 Northport 1
League Standing - 3rd
Season's Record - won 4, lost 3, tied 1
On September 12, the hrst day of soccer prac-
tice, a turnout of about 50 boys showed the in-
creased interest in soccer at AMHS. Among those
reporting were seven lettermen from last year.
The hrst two scrimmages of the season against
Kings Park showed Amityville had the making of
a good team.
October 25th, Amityville played its first league
game at Smithtown. Amityville dented the nets by
Lomuscio getting the tally with a sliding kick and
Edwards on a loose ball. Smithtown made its only
goal in the fourth quarter.
ln the first home game Amityville beat West
Islip 3-1. One of the hardest fought games of the
season was against Central Islip, when Central Islip
won by making the only goal of the game in the
last minute of play.
One of the highlights of the season was tying
Bay Shore, county co-champions, after having
been defeated by them the previous week.
Bakhuizen and Lomuscio were elected co-cap-
tains. Adams was chosen All-Suffolk right halfback.
Shultis and Lomuscio made the All-Suffolk second
team while Bakhuizen was given honorable men-
The season's record for the J. V. and Frosh
was 4 wins, 2 losses, and 3 ties.
Row 1, Left to Right: G. Gifford, E. Della Rocca, A. Giorgini, J. Prescia, J. Thomas, T. Cleary.
Row 2: R. Hines, W. Heafy, R. Livingston, J. Udell, R. Bourgard, R. Bolz, Mr. Goldstein.
Row 3: C. Langen, C. McDermott, J. Perretty, A. Mobley, F. Lomuscio, D. Crundmann, R. Bart-
lett, Mr. Stimola.
Behind the pitching of Charles Langen and Frank
Lomuscio, the "Amity 9" closed the season boast-
ing a ll-4 won-lost record. Under the direction of
Mr. Stimola, the team, after losing the last of
three games in a row to Port Jefferson, came back
with determination and sportsmanship to win the
next ten out of eleven games with the loss again
at the hands of Port Jefferson. As it turned out,
the two losses to Port Jeff were to he the decid-
ing factor, for the team wound up the season one
game out of first place.
Much praise must go to this fine team for the
excellent job they did.
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Rou' I. Left to Right: D. Johnson, P. Mason, B. Jordan, C. Budde, J. Willigzan, J. I.uthf'r.
Rau' Z: J. Cruhbs, J. IAOYTIJIIIHJO. U. Powvll, ff. Erwood, R. Hinos, T. Ketvham.
Row 3: S. Crowne, J.. Walsh, B. Rudolf, C. Munzer, R. Ridolph, Mr. Kalfus.
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Row I. I,l'fI In Riglztz li. Baker, H. HPIIIIIIJIIQIPIQ S, flollova, K. Anderson, M. TillIIJ?iiSI'0.
Row 2: PJ. Hflnnig, N. Carvlli, J. Svala, J. Yeswoit. J. ffutillo, C. Ciorgini.
ow 3: Mr. N1r'Mann, D. Wood, C. Word. R. Baxter. B. Howard, ll. Russ. J. N1L'QllFf'l1. J. l.omu no
Row I, Left to Right: F. Weber, K. Johnson, D. Gackenheimer, H. Huners, G. Johnson, R. Amann,
T. Penney, R. Imbert, J. Shultis, T. Coburn.
Row 2: R. Kendrick, D. Potter, K. Carty, V. Davis, C. Leftenant, G. Bakhuizen, J. Saxton, B.
MacDonald, C. Erlanger, C. Adams, C. White, Mr. Borden.
Row 3: Mr. Valla, P. Duckworth, R. Reilly, E. Caiferty, R. Herr, J. Smith, E. Fatool, T. Stringer,
D. Beckwith, J. McNeil, W. DeMarco, S. Harvey, J. Snook, C. McNaull.
Row 4: G. Wade, E. Masera, J. Davidson, R. Harsch, M. Devine, B. Morselli, K. Wood, G. Bates,
M. Ranieri, B. Wyatt, A. Marquis, C. Day, J. Lombardo, M. Schultz.
April 1, 1956 started the official track
season of Amityville High School. As is
traditional, Amityville sent five boys to
Pennsylvania to participate in the Penn
Relays. These boys were: Benny Morselli,
Colin McNaull, George Bates, Kenny
Wood, and Gerrit Bakhuizen.
The next week the team began "hitting
the cinders" which started a long line of
track meets. The season's schedule was
broken up by the annual County Relays.
This meet consists of seven four-man re-
lays. A. M. H. S. placed in five of these:
hurdle relay - 3rd, 44-0 yard relay -
2nd, 880 yard relay - 2nd, mile relay -
2ndg and the freshman medly relay - 4th.
We were also just nosed out of a fourth
place in the two-mile relay.
On May 26, Amityville was host for the
County Meet in which the team placed 4th,
The points for Amityville were won by:
Melvin Schulz 144th in the broad-jumpl,
Bernie Wyatt 14th in the 220 yard dashl,
Al Marquis 13rd in the high jumpl,
George Bates 13rd in the 100 yard dashl,
Walter Bailey, George Bates, Bernie Wyatt,
and Al Marquis llst in the 880 yard
The season was brought to a close with
the section 8 lLong Islandl meet also
held at Amityville.
The 1957 track team which consists
largely of this year's seniors has a very
good chance to come out on top. Good
Rnw I. lmfz In Right: Nl. Ssnnmurtano. C. Rome-r, T. Coburn, W. Svormlunlagiliu, K. Anderson.
Rau' 2: Mr. Yilllil, K. llonollov. K. flirty. l'. Walker, fl. Zinnncxrmzxnn, ,l. Sllllllli Mr. Gulclslein.
Raw 3: ll. flf'I'l'l'Illll, 5. llurwy, H. Torlwlson, A. CllLlIllll?lnF, J. Llutillo.
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LIU Valle-y Strvam N. 45 Vullvy Stream N. 2 fi , ,
33 Nlussupe-qua 31 Massapequa ll 1 .ff "
lil Yallc-y Strezun C, 23 Valley Stream C. 16
21 llalslwin 36 Baldwin 8 Anderson Scordumagzlia
lh Valle-y SIFPKIIII S.
28 wltfsi Islip
IIT Sn. lluntingztun
18 Buy Shore'
lil Valley 5trf:un1 S. 13
37 Wuntaglfl 5
21 We-st Islip 13
39 So. lluntington 5
46 l.inde-nllurst 16
24 Buy Shore 16
November 1, 1956 when the call was
issued for wrestling, over a hundred boys
reported for practice. More than 60 were
still on the squad at the end of the season.
A total of 58 boys participated in the
Varsity and J. V. competitions, 29 on Var-
sity. The freshmen competed in two un-
The Varsity finished the season with a
total of 16 wins and 2 losses. The J. V.
won 20 and lost 1. The freshmen won
both their meets, one against Bayshore and
the other against Lindenhurst.
The Varsity placed second in the Class
A Suffolk County Tournament and the
Long Island Tournament. A. M. H. S. was
undefeated in Suffolk County in dual meet
Karl Anderson won the award presented
by Mr. Kiltle at the County Tournament
for being the most outstanding wrestler.
Karl and Bill Scordamaglia won cham:
pionships in both the Suffolk County and
Long Island tourneys.
Wayne Hunter won the Suffolk County
Championship and placed second in the
Long Island tourney.
Kevin Carty, a junior, was elected hon-
orary captain for the year.
The Henry A. Kiltle award, which is
donated each year by Bob DeBono, was
awarded to Mike Spetko for showing the
most improvement in wrestling during the
The wrestlers are grateful to Mr. Valla
for his fine leadership. Mr. Goldstein was
a tremendous help as assistant coach. Dr.
Fallot also worked with the team this year
and gave generously of his time and effort.
Again, as in past years, Mr. Harvey,
Mr. Rau, and Mr. Goodman gave their
time and effort to making the County
Tournament the success that it was.
All in all this was a good year for the
Row I, Left to Right: Mr. Valla, M. Sammartano, G. Romer, T. Coburn, W. Scordamaglia, K.
Anderson, P. Walker, C. Zimmermann, K. Carty, B. Cerchiai, E. Torkelson, A. Chambers,
J. Cutillo, Mr. Goldstein.
Row 2: U. Johnson, J. Lombardo, R. Triola, C. Morgan, B. Donohoe, R. Flegenheimer, L. Leftenant,
C. Leftenant, K. Ireland, W. Gaskins, S. Greene, J. Shultis, C. Cammaroto, A. Crafley,
C. Adams, B. MacDonald, M. Johnston, B. Yates, S. Harvey, D. Potter, R. Boehnel, M. Spetko.
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Row I, Left to Right: V. Davis, B. Bates, B. Wyatt, F. Lomuscio, B., Howard.
Row 2: Mr. Schmitt, W. Heafy, R. Bourgard, W. Zitrick, J. Schwartz, A. Mobley, C. Amann
Although the 56-57 basketball team was
not as flashy as its 55-56 predecessor, it
still made its weight felt in the A-1 league
and gave sound beatings to two of the top
teams in Nassau County.
The Varsity Cagers were in contention
for the A-1 crown right down to the last
few games of the season by defeating
With three or four games left in the
season Amityville was defeated in a hard
fought contest with Bay Shore. The score
at the final buzzer was 71-68.
Though their season was not terrific by
last year's standards, Coach Schmitt's var-
sity squad was not without its individual
stars, Bernie Wyatt and Frank Lomuscio,
who were chosen among the top ten players
in Suffolk County.
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Row I, Left to Right: B. Hall, J. Anderson. K. Wood. D. Smith, M. Devine, D. Quirk.
Row 2: S. Berman, K. Smith, C. Nelson, L. Walsh, J. Stewart. J. Davis, Mr. MvMunn.
Row I. Lvfl in Right: T. K?Il'lllllll. C. Anllfrson. J. Crulblms, J. Goodman. B. Lottman.
Raw 2: H. Schull. D. HPIIJPIIIAII, lf. Coehring. M. Consi, B. Banernfeind, M. Lawrence, L. Bourgard
Rauf 3: Mr. Keker, B. Scllelwr, W. DlCCOll0l1glll, W. Miller, J. Gibb, R. Bc-inlach.
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Rou' I. Left to Righf: .l. Lozier, R. Olson, D. Marsden, L. Fattoruso. R. Amann, G. Romer.
Row 2: R. Kravk, W. Crawford. l,. Leftenant. A. Kane, J. Castellano. L. Godin, R. Lopes.
Row 3: Mr. llorden. O. Challenger, R. lxlllSC'21I'l1'l'l, H. Holloman, C. Brantley-Captain, D. Potter
N. Laine, W. Ulmer.
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Row I, Left mRigl1t: .l. Hillen, R. Hates. J. Giullre, J. Bernhard, R. Yyskovil, T. Hornsby, A. Fogg
Rau' 2: G. llalsey, R. Rolvohm, R. l,f'Uflf'l', W. Schwartz, R. Smith.
Row fl: ll. Aflums, lr. lfvuns, S. Slwftvl, R. Rudolf, ll. Harris, ,l. Noll. l'. Walsh, R. Venes, A
Matthews, R. Powell, R. Robinson, L. Johnson, H. Bc-nloss, Mr. St'lllIllll.
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Row 1, Left Io Right: C. Woodruff, J. Oliva, J. Scala, S. Greene, G. Scott, P. Walsh, W. Mason,
Row 2: S. Faber, S. Carafano, R. Castelluccio, C. Kahn, F. Castelluccio, J. Smith, I. Sommer,
A. Cunnifi, L. Ames.
Row 3: P. Chenoweth, T. Hoffman, A. Grechen, R. Schefier, S. Sheftel, F. Chichester, P. Mason,
R. Staab, W. Schwartz, J. C-lander, N. Crowley, C. Bona, B. Stelzenmuller, Mr. Kurland.
The moderator and coach of the Amity-
ville Rifle Club is Mr. Kurland. He teaches
the members how to handle and master a
rifle. He trains them in shooting accurately
and wisely. Two of Mr. Kurlancl's best
marksmen are Joseph Scala, who had won
a trophy, and Brian McGill, who won a
medal for sharpshooting.
The club is a member of the National
Rifle Association, and holds its meets under
the Association's rules and laws. Although
the team has won only three of the five
matches held this year, Mr. Kurland prom-
ises better things next season.
Tennis, one of the newer sports in the
school, only two years old, got off to a
good start under the able coaching of Mr.
Schmitt. In our first interscholastic year
as a member of a nine-team league we
At the end of the season we entered the
Suffolk County Championships at Patch-
ogue in which we took fourth place. The
highlight of the year occurred in the Coun-
ty Championships when our number-one
man. Joe Ciuflfre, took 3rd place.
concluded the season with six wins against
As the Cross-Country season came to an
end, the Amityville Harriers finished ahead
of the game with a 5 and 4- record. The
varsity runners defeated teams from Baby-
lon, Lindenhurst, South Huntington, Pat-
chogue, and Bay Shore. They suffered de-
feat from Riverhead, Port Jefferson, Say-
ville and Huntington.
This yearis captain, Charles Brantley,
finished first for the team in the majority
of the meets. He will be missed next year.
Again this year, Girls' Sports was in full swing
at A. Nl. H. S.
By participating in the after school sports ac-
tivities. tht- girls accumulate points which lead to
winning awards. The Long Island Girls, Associa-
tion sets up tht- points which are awarded for at-
tendance. membership on a class team or honor
team. acting as manager. or officiating. A girl may
be awarded a numeral. shield, letter or Cold Key,
according to thc number of points she has earned.
A Gold Key is the highest award and 600 points
earns the honor to receive it.
All the sports arc divided by classes. The girls
try to make the class team and then the honor
team, which consists of the best girls from the
class teams. The honor teams compete against
neighboring schools on Playdays.
The fall season started off with hockey, archery,
In November. volleyball and bowling appeared:
There was also tumbling for the freshman and
sophomore classes. For the juniors and the seniors,
there was modern dance.
When the girls returned from Christmas vaca-
tion, basketball came into the picture.
What came in the beginning of March? Practice
for Sportsnight. of course. It was feared that there
wouldn't be a Sportsnight this year. but as in past
years, the Girls, Leaders Club presented it once
Left to Right: J. Driscoll, N. Wittemann, P. Calloway, M. Feher, N. Sheindelman.
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Ihe spring season olleretl soltluill. tennis, and
lnulrninlon which caune in Nay. 7
Miss llerinun, Miss Collis, and llliss King led
and tlirccletl the girls' sports program. The Girls,
lieatlers llluh uctetl as assistants in helping in
the gym classes and in alter school activities. The
club also sponsoretl Sportsnight and provided :incl
prescntetl alll the L. I. G. A. awards. To he eligible
for Leaulers' Cluh. ll girl .nust have u 75 per cent
scholastic aivcraige untl a certain numher of
li. l. C. A. points tlepentling upon her year in
school. She then must he passed by the faculty
and liczulers' Clulw.
A hearty thanks go to the cheerleaders for
cheering our leauns on to victories. Their rousing
cheers and lmounce helped to proinotc much school
Spirit. Left lo Right: J. Wallace, li. l'urker, ll. llurling.
'lllie girls are very proud of their sports pro-
graun :intl they work very hard to make it the
success that it is.
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Row I, I,cfI to Right: l". Meal, M. Miranda, N. Sheintlelrnan, J. Driscoll, Nl. Boyn.
Rau' 2: ll. lleckert. ll. Woron, N. Witlenuinn, P. Calloway, Nl. Feller, A. ffutania.
Row 3: J, Powell, A. Laing, B. Butz, C. Falkenlmuch, Miss Ilernnui. Y. Venes, V. Uuleo, P. Brice,
Left to Right: D, Thackray, K. Karlsson, B. Woron, P. Hardy-Captain, C. Deckert. l.. Wolperl.
Row I, Left to Right: K. Welsh, ,I
Row 2: J. Powell, J. Delves, C. Wood
,izloclwy onor eam
lww I. Lv!! In Rlglzl: l.. ifre-vu. ll. trl'Pt'll, .l. lwxlli. l'. llurmly, l,. Vlulpe-rt. l'. ll:-rung.
Run' 2: Nliss King. F. Nlvu, N. w'lllQ'llldllll, B. Wuron, Y. llulm. Nl. l"Q-lu-r, ,l. Driscoll, C. Fulkvu-
llllvll, Y. X-L'll4'S, Miss Collis.
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Row I, 1,4-fr to Right: l'. Galloway, G. llll '
Row 2: F. lxIl'll, ll. llrllrlc-ssvy, ,l. Wal- X '
luvv, ll. 'l'luu'lu'ay. l , W
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Rau' I, Left to Right: M.
Fehfr, B. W'0l'on, N. Witte--
mann, A. Catania, N.
Row 2: B. Robinson, M. D04
naly, J. Walluvo, I.. Bur-
chins, P. Hardy.
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Run' I. lmft In Rlglltz Nl. Bnyn, lg. Wurun, N. Uulen, N. XNIHPIIILIIIII, C.. Nlcughcr. Nl. Pc-her, P.
llullmvaly. H. livvkvrt.
Rm' 2: li. Xxllwn, IT. Vtrlght. R. f.ZillllPl'l, .-X. Vvnlzlrnaln, 5. Brffwvr. H. Uulmvll, l'. QlllIlll?j', C..
lnnmlli-5. l'. llunly. I.. Wnlpffrl. Il. 'l'l1u1'kruy. E
lwn' .iz 5. Alklllllll. lx. knrlsxnn, ll. llmlslvr. Nl, lfagxv. P. ,lc'nk1ns. ,l. xx2lHilI'f', Il, Krlilllillll, I..
HlII'l'hillS. Nl. Unnnly, 11. Uixvrs, Nl. xl4ll'ihI'0, H. Kvilly, H. S1'hcm'I'. J. N ilallc.
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on or eam
1.4-ft tu Right: J. Vitale, A.
Laing, l'. l':ilSli1iDF00iCS, Miss
llullis, N. Silt'iIldt'illli1Il, M.
O'Bri0n, A. Catania.
Left tn Right: P. Hardy, P.
Galloway, A. Catania, B.
Wurun, N. Wittenmnn, M.
Fm-her, J. Driscoll, N. Shein-
delman, L. Hlirvhins.
on or eam
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i'illiixl'IliIill'iI, .I. I'uw4-II, i'.
iirivv, iii. ffulvivs.
Stumling: Managler, J. Driscoll: Assistant Manager, ll. WOFOII.
Winning Capluinsz W57, N. Sheindelinauq
1956, A. Seldeen.
Left: ll:-il 'lif'tll1l Captain: N. w',lll1'llliltlllQ l,ii-utenants: M. l"eln-r, l'. Callo-
way, ti. lleekert.
Right: Grey TPAIIII Captain: N. Sheintlelinang l.i:-utenants: M. Miranda,
A. tlatania. M. Boyn.
On April 12. the gyin of tht- A.M.H.S. was
filled with excitement. Thi- Annual Sportsnizqht
was under may with Judy Driscoll as manager and
llarlwara Woron as her assistant.
The Grey Team. with Nina Sheindelman. cap-
tain. and licutenants lllarion lloyn. Angela Catania
and Nlarie Miranda. took us on a tour of 'gll'lanhat-
tan." A lmusv street scene in mid-town Manhattan
preceded a scene showing the dancing and playful
luoxverv kids. Next in view were the people of
tihinatoun. Then the tour took us to Radio City to
see tht- Rockettes danee. and finally to the Calypso
liooin to see the dancers there. The Statue of Li-
lmerty brought all lhcse people together and ended
Nada Wlll?m8IlIt. captain, and lieutenants Geri
Deckert. Marge Feher and Pat Galloway of ilu- lied
Team used "Down on the Farm" as their theme.
Farmer Hedls vegetable garden opened the scene:
and then the crows and scarecrows made their
appearance. Peter Rahhit came to make friends
with Farmer Red and all the animals. lfarrncr lied
then gave Peter Rahhit a carrot and off he hopped.
The winner for the evening was the Grey Team.
The Leaders Cluh, as sailor girls. executed a
wand drill to "Anch0r's Away" and the lVlodern
Dance group interpreted uAlm0st Paradise."
The entire Sportsnight was a huge success and
hoth teams are to be congratulated.
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AMHS First Boys' Cooking,Class
Mr. 81 Mrs. Alons
Ernie F atool
Amiciae Est Fort
THETA F RAT-
Amity Apparel Shop
Amity Florists Inc.
Amityville Cold Fur Storage Co.
Amityville Firestone Dealer Store
Amityville My Laundermat
Mrs. Elinor Anzalone
Arthur's Fruit 8:
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robe
ton Agency, lnc.
rt C. Bean
Mr. 81 Mrs. Emerson Bedell
Mrs. 0. Behrendt
Belmont Park Grocery, Babylon
Eugene J. Blumberg
Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Boglino
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Boyn
Dr. John Burger
Mr. 81 Mrs. George Burt
Miss Shirley Burt
Edward Caluori, Jr.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Caluori
Mr. Peter Carlo
Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Chiaese
Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Cosmides
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Coyle
Mr. 81 Mrs. Cunili'
Mr. gl Mrs. Charles Davidson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Davis
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lester De Loney
Dell's Stationery Store
Mr. Francis J. Drake
Mrs. Francis J. Drake
Mr. Robert Drew
Mrs. Robert Drew
Ellison Driscoll, Sr.
Dual Tones Hot Rod Club
Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Dunn
Eagle Barber Shop
Early Colony Pine Shop
Edelman's Department Store
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ernst Eklund
Dr. 81 Mrs. L. Robert Fallot
Faust's Campus Nook
Fazio Shoe Store
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Feher
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Fudzinski
Mr. 81 Mrs. H. Felker
Mr. Si Mrs. Jack Galloway
Patti Galloway TPE
Giorgini's Bowling Alley
G. 81 L. Gnecco
Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred Graves
Mr. Sz Mrs. Walter B. Gunnison
H. 81 R. Delicatessen
Hamilton Jewelers, lnc.
Mr. Francis Hartmann
Mrs. Johanna Hartmann
Mrs. Dorothy Hedges
Helen K Claudine Youth Shop
E. G. Heus, M.D.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Peter Hillen, Jr.
Hills Signs, Inc.
Hy's Department Store
Irvings Men's Shop
Joe's Shoe Repair
George Joseph - Pansy Farm
Mr. A. H. Kane
Aimee J. Kane
Mr. 81 Mrs. N. Kiritsis
Dr. Norman E. Klein
Mrs. Belle H. Kohen
Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Koop, Jr.
Korey Motors Pontiac Agency
Mr. Sz Mrs. Jerry Lang
Larry's T. V.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Lawrence
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Locke
Mr. John Lombardo
Long Island Hobo
Louise's Beauty Shop
Lowy's Department Store
Mr. Sz Mrs. A. M. Manovill
Mayer 81 Wells, Inc.
Mrs. Rose Marie Mazza
McLellan 5-and-1045 Store
Marie Miranda TPE
Mr. Sz Mrs. Kenneth E. Mohr
George E. Mole 81 Son, Inc.
Mollie's For Dresses
Morales Jewelry 81 Gift Shop
Mr. 31 Mrs. H. Mulvaney, Jr.
The N. B. C. F. Business Assoc. Corp.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Nils Nilsen
James F. O'Donnel, Jr.
Mr. Albert Oehrig
Pace T. V.
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Pedrini
Pedrini's Gift Shop
Mrs. Anne Peterson
Mr. Harold J. Peterson
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Reilly
Richmond Auto Servicenter
Rigney's Grocery House
Mr. E. J. Roy
Mr. Edward Ruth
Mrs. Edward Ruth
Rowland H. Sawtelle
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Scala
Schuler the Jeweler
John C. Sheehan, Electrician, Babylon
Martin A. Sheftel
Shim's Department Store
Gurli I. Smith
Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Sommer
Alf Sonne Signs, Inc.
South Shore Food Market
Dorothy E. Staudt
Frederick J. Steiger
Mr. 31 Mrs. J0hn Stroh
Sunrise Market, John Lomot
Tau Phi Epsilon
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. W. Timme
Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Timme
Carl Van Allen
Mr. 81 Mrs. Salvatore Vitale
Waldau Print Shop
Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Wallace
West Babylon Delicatessen
L. E. Witkin, M.D.
Nada Wittemann, TPE
Olga V. Wittemann
Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry W. Wolpert
Linda Wolpert, TPE
Mr. 81 Mrs. Alan Writer
Louis A. Zara
J. Zito's Food Center
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