Archbishop Walsh High School - Buchmann Beacon Yearbook (Irvington, NJ)

 - Class of 1968

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Bookkeeping ly Stenography 2, Typing 2g Office Prac- tice 4g Religion Ag Moderator ot Future Business Women ot America. QCII ,tm Q 'Q QW.. fgzkler Cffanfzhe, rg. 0 English 4g Religion 45 Moderator of Pertorming Arts and Troubadour. Mrs, Shanahan and Mr, Staszkiw demonstrate their dancing ability as they participate in the Atrican Culture program. I0 Algebra eil rkizkfw' ifarlzhcz. CSIS. Math 2, 3, Ag Physicsg Religion Ag Moderator ot BUCH- MANN BEACON, Wit , 721611 1 rlllfklm' l , 2: Review Mathg Moderator ot Student Coun- ,guns---. - .g . cgzlvler LOXA-Cllfkl, rgfg. 0. Religion 35 American History 4, Moderator ot Library Club. if M ii '- The V 3 iffry. 7120 Ciao! Latin l, 2, 3, 4g French l, Z Moderator at Sodalitas Latinas, ,.. .. cS1IYle1' mzeffa, C813 0. American History 3, 47 Religion 3, Moderator of National Honor Society and Forensic. -ag UHGUA-in-. VSIISYUI' 7ul'e12c'e, 5.5. 0, Typing lg Personal Typing lg Shorthand lg Religion 3. 2711 ,zufn c.C1?1rzn17y , Consumer Economics, Social Problems, World History l. 3 Writ. WZCIPV KSAZIIIIIAHH Chernistryg Health lj First Aid 21 Moderator of Nucleus Club. Il pl 1 --.mfr iii? Wfktsz 86 U lfuonrmr World HisforylgAmericc1n History 3gR9lIQlOf1 lj Mode-r otor of Sodolily and Spectrum. 'Z CSIQSXGI' FUIIAYU. CXCS. 0. French l, 2, 3, 4f Moderator of Sodollly ond French Club. I2 gunman- rgzfvlez' Zfijllh waxy, C313 0. Latin l, 25 Religion lg Moderator al Sodalily and Mission Club. l. if my erase Qfeyan Guidance. cgzlrfer' mbfaef rg, 0. English lg Religion l, Moderalor ol Red Cross Club, U ,Efers Algebra lg Driver Educaliong Business Mafh. Fcillwer McDonald and Sister Claudelle escort James Farmer into llie assembly in which he spolce abou? ' The Negro in Arnericafi I3 ' ......, K .ma-" ffagl rs. ,7ean .pascuzzf Physical Education l, 2, 3, 4, Moderator of Gym Club and Cheerleaders. 6.10 1 . "JV H 'iv M f' . 4 ' 5 F 5 . I . mt ,znselng rgfaszflhi Physical Science l. I4 cgzkfer ,Z1.sep51lve, 63.6. Music l, 2, 3, 4g Moderator of Glee Club and Choir. V -vm.,-,N W e VX F 'Ny I A .Nqr 77726. arzg Yfafogff Spanish l , 2, 3, 47 Moderator of Los Corazones Alegres. W .,,., H ,W .lah ..M,.. , .,:,, - y-'Q' . WMMWL.- , . Wliys Zfll'6fll'd fJif'1iS'l1'OfUf Office Assistant. W 15.9 W akA2f1e De 7?o.sa School Nurse. if-1 an V" i 4' mt palrzbf 7?ofc14fQ1'J Superintendent. WAS. ifazyarel 7fAIffrJn Cafeteria Assistant. fsszkfan fs Wien jAI6g:'l' Custodian. 77f1'.s'. !.0l'Q1lfC1 uyzces Cafeteria Assistant, W-J. 7l0rence 7fuger Cafeteria Manager, "1-s AQ "Wk, Q ' ff' '3 . ,U .. l. , ian? I -xf.'f'xp ,Ei- Mrs, Huber, with her array of goodies, awaits the on- slaught of starving students. I5 Mary Ann Smk, Mcrwcmme ,Mn ..,f , H, ,W I 1 5 .V ' ,ff ,F K-. ,J ,q ., W f 5 5 R5 , 1 If If gli!! V, 5, 1 Y- f QV' ffm, 1 f f K ff' 1 ' xx SzUffL 1 e ...W 5-in V V ,pu---f Cofhy Bernice onoiyze college pamphlets, Zuszhess gs ffe yjacfgone qf Oczey Mary Rose Cascaes dictates Steno as the girls strive for their 100 WAM. Machines work wonders, and the girls find this true as they check their finished product. -iq- v i. .,., 'ir'-mummy 1'-xg Q- : E On Thursdays, girls acting as teachers' secretaries prepare masters and stencils. , Seniors demonstrate the new DDC laboratory machine which helps them increase their shorthand speed. I. iv-f cm1l'3tfi"Eli T Chris DePalma and Kathy Mueller let their machines do the adding as Kathy Rittershof er checks the figures. The Business Department offers two years of training to iuniors and seniors who are interested in entering the business world. In the iunior year, the business students are introduced to the fundamentals of stenography, typing and bookkeeping. Senior year offers classes forthe perfecting of the art of stenography and typing. Office practice enables the girls to broaden their knowl- edge in such fields as filing, mailing, telephoning, and machine operating. Senior business women are appointed to act as secretaries to the teachers. This experience is invaluable in their preparation for actual services. Hints on poise, dress, and other essential business requirements are incorporated into the program. Firms such as the Prudential and Bell Telephone are visited during the year. I9 anyuaye 5 cz gf Xpresszon r C. l-tociei, D. Smith, M. l-lanily, and Mrs. Maria Valdes enioy a medley of Spanish songs accompanied by typical Spanish musical instruments. P. Ryan, K. Gunther and Mrs. Goat follow K. Gunnings sight translation of Vergil's Aeneid. 20 wiv' ' Sr. Paulita recounts her experiences while in France to K. Reilly and P. Golda, while S. Saunders and D. Trynosky read the French literature she brought from France. The Language Department at Walsh prepares the student forthe world wide communications through the offered pro- grams of Latin, French, and Spanish. Latin introduces the student to the classical civilizations. The novice encounters basic vocabulary and grammar. Back- ground material on the ancient Roman culture is supplied in the form of translation passages. Second year translations consist of the writings of Julius Caesar. The third and fourth courses cover the finer points of syntax, the poetry of Vergil, or the orations of Cicero. Two methods of teaching French are used at Walsh, the traditional and the audio-visual system. The traditional meth- od follows a text. The audio-visual series, Voix et Images, uses everyday conversations to familiarize the student with idio- matic expressions employed in spoken French. Spanish is a link between the United States and her neigh- bors to the South. Better relations can be formed by the re- moval ofthe language barrier. Through a four year course in Spanish, the Walsh student acquires the ability to converse in this language. Waff ys a cSfz109 if Qjafferzzs Algebra ll students try their luck at the binomial theorem. L. Drzymkowski, D. Trynosky and M. Provini are three of the brave ones who have found the courage to tackle a Math Analysis problem. The purpose of a mathematics course is to exercise the mind in the calisthenics of logical reasoning. ln Algebra l and ll, students become aware of basic theorems about numbers. Geometry serves to explain the cautious steps taken before such theories are expounded. Courses such as Mathematical Analysis, Trigonometry, and Review Math are dee signed to work with what the student has already discovered and to en- rich this knowledge. The most valuable outcome of any math class is to encourage the participant to think and reason for herself. She learns to look for similar- ities, to be able to recognize them, and to be able to formulate an ex- pression to encompass her findings. She uses a unique language, the language of symbols, numbers, expressions, unknowns. She communi- cates her findings in the mathematical tongue, the native language of Einstein, Descartes, Thales, and Pythagoras. . 4 if Mr. Lawless patiently helps a student as the rest of the Review Math class shares ideas. M. Fellinger, C. Cornell, E. Martin and Sr. Martina find satisfaction in proving equal sides have equal base angles. 2 I HL. L yaefyzon yy QIQUO Uemenf 02175 goof y.-.............,e-.,,, ,,-.i. ,,,, ,,,..,, . ...,,,., W. ,s.,. , , Hameroom AZ observes the season ot Advent as Sister Magdalene lights 14 f Q ,,. G Tobinas C Mellon, P. Kilgaritf and D. Shumlich participate in a panel discussion con cernirig The work of the lay apostolate. ri..- 4' J Schneider R Barry, P. Firuta and C. Binko voice their opinions onthe subiect of vocations. the fourth candle on the Advent wreath. Monsignor Davis discusses the work of the Propagation of the Faith with K. Gunning, D. McMahon, C. Latter, B. Wislcowslci, and C. Sosnowslci. Love of God consists of personal involvement with other people. The true Christian must become aware of the peo- ple around him and must react to them. This might take the form of a cheery "hello" to the girls she does not usually see every day, or a tutoring session with a friend who is having difficulties with a certain subject. But involvement does not mean that she stays within her own peer group. She might join a community service project, help in her parish Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, become an as- sistant to a Girl Scout troop or help in countless other ways to practice her religion by becoming "entangled" with the Christians around her. The program of religious instruction at Walsh prepares the girls for their roles as Christians involved with God and His people. The books used in the four-year program give Walsh girls insights into the involvement of the Christian person from the time of Christ to the Middle Ages and finally to the present time. They trace the Christian in- volvement with the liturgy of the Church, the Mass, which is the highest form of Christian worship, or involvement with God. "Marriage and Family," a Senior course conducted by the priests, prepares the girls for Christian living through the vocation of marriage. czence 5 jG20wf209e Qlerzbeof 7140122 C. Soraci and N, Huzar test the acceleration of a falling body in physics. K. Ferrara writes down observations as P. Miceli and M. Joyce perform an experi- ment concerning boiling point. The Science Department offers four years of courses designed to familiarize the students with the major sciences of biology, physics, and chemistry. Through observation and investigation, they are aware of scientific principles present in their lives, Freshmen discover the universal concepts of Physical Science. Sophomores are offered two courses, either the traditional Biol- ogy or Biological Sciences Curriculum Study. ln these, the stu- dent interprets the microscopic world of cells in order to explain the mystery of life. Through physics, juniors study and test the governing laws ofthe universe, ln senior year, two distinct chem- istry programs are presented. The traditional chemistry includes all topics essential for understanding the basics of chemistry. The Chem Study is the same but the goal is achieved through exper- imentation. After completing these courses, the student realizes that science is a method of thinking and of gaining an understanding of the world. sefoafzbn N. McCann checks the accuracy ofthe weight of a beaker of water, as C. Mellon pre- pares for the next part of the experiment. -...hs-Q G. Mazzucco and N. McCann are intrigued by the slide rule - how easily it can calcu- late! 23 nyfsf gs' ffe gnspzkabon or reabbzf J. Price, D. Snitko, and M. Zahaykevich await the opening ofthe Film Study Program, A Long Days Journey lnto Night. it Q. 5 -mf' 5559 -r Al. An English IV class prepares for a discussion concerning Shakespeares Sonnet 18. 24 J , , X, The English curriculum provides an integrated, graded and progressive study of all avenues of effective communication: oral, aural, written and visual. Since the word, the perfect sym- bol, is one of man's best and most fitting forms of expression, the student listens to and reads recordings of classic and contempo- rary literature and discusses the authors. In her first three years at Walsh, the student is exposed to a panorama of good litera- ture, studying English and American fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama. In her fourth year, while enriching these reading ex- periences through outside reading, she discovers and studies comparatively the common themes among English, American, and European authors. Thus she appreciates qualities of style as she recognizes universal themes and reads about common human experiences. Writing is an integral part of this attempt to communicate. Having gained a background in literature, the student learns dis- cipline as she concretizes her experiences in writing, made accu- rate by her knowledge of grammar and stylized by her knowl- edge of rhetoric. Her understanding of visual communication is broadened and deepened by the study of short and feature films and televi- sion and by the experience of live theatre at McCarter in Prince- ton. L. Wallinger, C. Hampp, L. Mueller, R. Kuehl, K. Gunning and G. Eppell discuss some modern movie techniques during the A.P. English class, I 1 , , L. Hales, R. Kuehl and T. Bilobram exchange notes on their reaction to Brahms "Symphony No. fi." jfsfozfy gs X59 jeeafzafzon Wo ern Jr06Qms The history ot the past, the events ot the present, and the look into the probable future, blend to give students a more compre- hensive view and understanding ot history. Freshman students study World History, this enables them to relate the past to present situations. Economics is presented in sophomore year to give the student an appreciation of monetary value. The juniors are introduced to American History, studying the growth ot America trom the colonial period to the Civil War. The seniors proceed trom the Reconstruction to recent history. They also have the option to attend classes in sociology. Social Problems is a new course ottered this year. The students discuss problems pertaining to humanity. All these classes are supplemented with debates and group discussions. The students use their imaginations in re-creating the past. They express their views concerning critical issues, possible solutions and future ettects. Visiting places where history is made can enrich the regular course ot study. The seniors' annual trip to the United Nations broadens their knowledge as well as enhances their apprecia' tion of this organization. ,ss Rf, An American History ll class actively responds to a question concerning World War I proposed by P Golda sf f N, Peggy Roche, POT Cofencl, Paulo Goldcx, Chris Sosnowski, and Kathy Klcxos offer their ,Q Q 5, Q fd 5 Sv M . J- g wi? .A , 1Qsrm..4. -.33 K X, MQ R 2 5 E -1 is if KO x 5 X s Q E, Sv ef, gui x iff! 'Q 3 i 'f 5 X 3 xx 1. M I Y ' 'f s . 5 K ,wi ' A , 1, ' 1' 'A ,fu mv ' Wk QQQ 4.nir k Q 5 ' ' M A W.. b ur 'Q 14 -ig if I Q v,,, 4, ffarof Wane I-!7I'l'dI2fY Irvington "Carol '... a great triend . . . "l'll be only tive min- utes!" , . . perpetually talking. 7lCkI?Q Wzdfy .ZUIUHCMJ Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4, Rep. l, Spanish Club l, 3, 4, Rep. 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Union Bull tighting tan . . .teminine and dainty. , .attractive red hair. Drama Club l,Weavings l, Gym Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Spanish Club l, 2, 3. i Linda Haderthauer and Linda Schanbacher solve ditticult chemistry problems with the slide rule,- 28 Weyzha 636206615 Z!c11v'y Newark "Regi". , .school spirit plus. . ."God love it", . .lov- able. Intramural Volleyball 2, C.C.D. 4, J.V. Basketball 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. ficzlferzhe 790.317 CKGIYIICL' lrvington "Cathy" . . . math whiz . , , ioytul, sincere and conscientious . . . fast talker. Mission Club Rep. 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, French Club 3, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Nucleus Club 3, BUCH- MANN BEACON 4. ' C farofyn 71211 3101700 Union "Carol '... outgoing . . . considerate ,,,' 'I want to be free". Glee Club 2, 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Weavings l, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Class Sec,-Treas, 4. 7a112a1'a Wbofa Zjzfooram Belleville "Tammy" . . . the belle of the tower . . . full of love, kites, happiness . , . a happy poem. Mission Club Rep, l, Student Council Rep. 2, Spectrum 4 Pres. 3, Glee Club 2, French Club 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3 Vice Pres. 4, Sodality 3, Prefect 4, National Honor Socie- ty 3, 4. 1 J 'QW Ciarfa C l,C1l'llZU!Cl Zllfzlo - arm' 'Qu- Fafncvb 71212 2171 mn Maplewood p Newark "Bink' '... seriously, seriously . . . lite begins at 12:30 ifd1'yal'f3f fjfafe "Pat" . , .hard worker. , .eager for news always . . . "Wall, ready to help. Class Sec.-Treas. 2, Student Council Rep, l, Gym Club l, Union A Class Pres, l, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Weavings 2 2, Red Cross Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, Pertorming Arts HPSEQYI i'-r l0Ve5 F0595 - - ,Sims Hl'llQllN - - -HP'99Y Latin Club 3, Gym Club l, French Club 3, 4 C C D Ban " Club 3, 4. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, C.C.D, 3, Recl Cross Club 3, 4, Sodality 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Ezferafa tjacyueflrze Ciampgef Newarlc "Libby '... message to Michael . . . "guess what l lost!" . . . "More". Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Future Business Women ot America 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. jzfazyaref wary 7012 fasaforza Irvington "Margo" . , . beautiful . . . poised beauty . . . petite. Spanish Club l, 2, Ped Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, Future Business Women of America 4. :ANDY 9,638 8QI2G .jifazve Cxiazwsem' Union Sincere friend , . . sweet and charming . . . "Seton Hall". Class Vice Pres. 3, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, Gym Club 2, lntramural Volleyball 2, French Club 3, Nucleus,Club 3, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. waive .Fwd Ciascaes Newark "Mary Rose". . .always smiling. . ."Doctor Zhivagan and "Midnight Hour" . . . Private Hotline, Class Vice Pres. 4, Student Council Rep. l, Glee Club 2, Pep Squad 3, 4, Library Club l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, 3, Future Business Women ot America 4, Nancy C2110 Garrlyy Irvington "Kid". . .sentimental . . ."swing-in". . .spontaneous laugh. Glee Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ped Cross Club l, 2, Sodality l, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3, 4, Future Business Women ot America 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2. fpafrzezkl fjnn a Xena lrvington "Pat". . .quiet. , .sincere, true friend. . .always smil- ing. Mission Club Pres. 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, C.C.D. 3. 'Q ii? Georgette Tobinas, Clweryl Mellon, Patricia Kilgariff, and Diane Shumlicln participate in an anlmated religion discussion, Half? 71212 C lf1f1A'V lrvington The Village Green . sensitlye and unpredictable . . financial wizard? Scbalc l- Gym Club l, 2, Drama Club l, 2, Sodality l, 2, 4, Sec. 3, Nucleus Club 3, Forensic 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. www, Uzdne Warzd 140120-Tk' Irvington "Di . , .full of fun and laughter . . . never a dull mo- ment . . . college days are lwere again. Spanish Club l, 2, Camera Club Vice Pres. 3, Library Club 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 3, 4. F r ifary 71112 7AQl'G.Yd Ciefanz' Union 'Mayr' . . .dependable , . . interested and thoughtful . . . always blushing. Glee Club l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Weavings 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 3, 4. !jQ6Ul'Cll6 ifarmn Oaavfufa lrvington "Debbie" , . . constant smile . . . always losing her glasses. . . "Rolling Stones" fan. Drama Club l, Weavings l, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 3, 4. is N. pd vs CfZl'I:Sf1lf2Cl Wren UG 7JaAf12a Union 'Chris' '... tender ond sensitive . . . alter school bus rides . . . memories at Layallette. Gym Club l, 2, Spanish Club l, 2, Library Club 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 3, 4. Carmelina Pinteno takes notes in English class with enthusiasm. !7fc1f'5f tkafz 716u1'e.s'a 0,2 7Vn.rc1 Neworlc "Mary Jo". . .intelligentand outgoing . . .conteen fun . . . loquocious. Scholo l, 2, 3, Sodolity l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, C.C.D. l, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 2, 3. 32 44-'F 3 V 2511611012 ifflflk' UNH lrvington 'Kothy . . . memories of Normandy Beach . . . loves S.l'l.U ..,. cute brunette. Sodality l,2, Library Club l , Mission Club Rep. 4, Span- ish Club l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Intrc1muraIVolleyboll 2, 3. Cglgdlfd 7Fc16Qc'Cc1 fDUl1Ql6Ul'fy Union 'Sheilo D." , . .hoppy, helpful ond hondy, . .sympa- thetic listener . . . lrelond foreverl Glee Club l, C.C.D. 2, Vice Pres. 3, French Club 3, ln- tromural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 4, Sodallty 2, 3, 4, Weovings l, BUCH- MANN BEACON 4. I L2kII!b .7Udn lD1'.45f1nf0111Jf1' Irvington "Lin '... vivacious .,.' 'Suki-Aki' '...' 'Tiger Falls, Red Cross Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, C.C.D. 2, 3, French Club 3, Spectrum 4, Latin Club 3, Gym Club I, 2, 3. .fftgwl ,,, C wi mi W? ii, X I .- 'fir as is 2 -E9 1 .... ..,. 'X- cf uyanzb YYCZQIVU lJllkl6GfI Newark "Genie" . , . summer '67 . . . full of sunshine . . . at- tractive blond. Sodality 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Drama Club 2, Glee Club 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4. 92176 6620613116 Coppeff Irvington Vibrant , . , esoteric . . . loves New York, Class Pres, I, Student Council Rep. 2, French Club 3, 4, Sodality I, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Glee Club I, Gym Club I, 2, Red Crass Club I, 2, Weavings 2, Publicity Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Y FSILYGH 7G!7'Gff Newark Collegiate , . .enioys talking . . ,'tThis could be tense". Class Pres. 3, 4, Gym Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, C,C,D. 3, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club I, 2,Spanish Club 2, Future Business Women of America 4, CCD, Pres. 4. 'UN wary ,Frm 77fd1'yaref SEIZQI' Irvington "Mar" . , ,optimistic. . .contagious happiness , , ,fu- ture in white. C.C.D. 2, 3, Spectrum 4, Gym Club I, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Schola I, 2, Red Cross Club 2, Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. 'US Y-ss Joanne mpdflcl yercfaf Bloomfield Sincere . . . tunloving . , , early morning driver. Library Club I, 4, Red Cross Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Future Business Women of America Treas, 4. 33 "',a"1' 'Q' an-v"t"" C3dfA?l'IfIQ WUI? 7QI'fGI'G Irvington Attentive listener . . .plenty of enthusiasm , . .tops as a cheerleader, Sodality I, 2, Gym Club I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. ffjggflfflg WGIVC i37Cl'l'C1l'0 Maplewood "De-bbieu. , ,genial and good natured. . . our gift to the scientific world ...' 'thats weird", Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Warp 7f'ar1Ce.S jlfzzzzkzy Millburn "Mor '. . .easy to get along with. . .forever Irish. . . V.W. Mission Club Rep. 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Gym Club I, 2, 3, 4, Weavings I, Future Business Women of America 4. jyzidfy CPGIYIX IZUIHGIYI Newark "Fui". . .lovabIe. . .forever late. . ."haiI happy per- san". Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Gym Club I, Spanish Club 2, 3. fjjafrlbza lwnne "Zlfufa Union "Pat" . . . outgoing personality ...' 'Slriangriflau , Pat will and "Ken" do it! Class Pres. I, 3, Vice Pres. 2, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 4, Nucleus Club 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Performing Arts Club 4, Glee Club I, 2, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4. 34 ,fpeyzlrza ,Zz Qidfanfynhs Irvington Tall and stately . . ,Mustang forever. . ,a greatfriend Class Vice Pres. 3, Gym Club I, 2, 3, Intramural Valley ball I, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 4 t 2 95,1 MQ 9z,,,fn,,, Newark "Squeaky" , . .good listener . . .soft-spoken and sweet . . , "best parties in town". Student Council Rep. l, 2, Sodality l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Library Club l, 2, Future Business Women of America 4, K f' . i ifarzfyn ,Zjyce Qkzymafa Irvington 'Marti' '... enthusiastic . . , drums . . .swingin danc- er. Library Club l, Gym Club 2, 3, C.C.D. 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. 77fa0QA?1e Qzfferl lrvingtan "Lynn" . . . Hminiskirts 8 motorcycles' . . . "You couldnt find a sweeter kidf '... industrious, Red Cross Club l, 3, Rep. 2, Weavings l, 2, Spectrum 3, Cheryl Mellon, Margaret Murray, and Roberta Kuehl catch up on current news as they stroll to Myrtle Ave. school for a cultural assembly. Skit 'Pa ufkze eresa giafh Union "Paul" . , , warm-hearted 81 sincere , , , all around in- terests , . . an industrious worker. Class Sec.-Treas. 4, C.C.D. 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3, French Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 4, National Honor Society 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. Cfalferzhe War? gferg Union 'Cathy' '.,, keeps 'em laughing , . . Mustang lover . . . blue-eyed blond. Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Future Business Women of America 4. 35 ur, 4' 7RjU.YUll2l1l'7 C lClfAL'l'1k2L' CJJIIIFXGFH Union 'Rosie . . .yibranl . . . loves sporls cars and fraferni- lies . . . memories of prom weekend. Cheerleader 3, 11, lnlramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, Spanish Club l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Red Cross Club l, Fulure Business Women of America 41. Kathy O'Brien finds the stale of her locker amusing. WY d,...,.W ,Q,,,,, YSIIXYIIII ,Zinn CJl1l'041n l-lillside "Gurdi" , . . nice fo be wifh . . . candy sfriper . .. whole-hearled Red Cross Club 2, 3, 11, Rep, l, Mission Club Rep. 3, 4, .M""""i Gym Club l, Library Club l, Forensic 3, 11, Spanish Club f . X 7 f ff I - 1 r 1 ' 10110 ' l, Q, Sodalily 2, Nucleus Club 4. 36 IIZF C1 IIIZL C1 L 1 lrvingfon Gbliging . . . service wilh a smile . . . fufure nurse. Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, Rep. 4, Library Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Fufure Physicians Club 2, Nucleus Club 4. ZC1fAA'L'l2 Cfjvrflylklfzlza ffunnzkzy Maplewood 'Kafhi . . . volalile , . . Kane -8 Rickey . . . 'l canf go . Sfudenl Council Rep. l, Sec. 2, Class Sec.-lreas. 3, Per- forming Arts Club 3, Drama Pres, 11, Latin Club Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Glee Club l, 2, French Club 3. 1 m LIlCy 71112 71lClfQ.Y Maplewood 'Luci ...' 'Blonds have more funl . . . loyal friend . . . always Talking. Sfudenl Council Rep. l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Pres. 4, ln- Tramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Glee Club l, 2, Sodalify 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 11, Performing Arls Club 3, Film Pres. 11. .s,.ssi ,,.,, F - my 221555, 2 1 L-. A - - -xi frfrif if 5 H. Q Al 'E y7Z1C'AL'A' Z CIIAAKII2 jfarzlfy Irvington "Mickey" ...' 'Small Joy of Life' ...' 'l've gat a ques- tion!" . . . blushing redhead. Class Vice Pres. l, Pres. 2, Student Council Vice Pres. 3, Glee Club l, Librarian 2, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, So- dality l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, 1 C fzlvfvlzhe Warne jfanzpp Union "Chris-O' ',.. always ready to laugh . . . sincere . . . English whiz. Class Pres. 2, 3, Sodality 2, 3, French Club 3, C.C.D. 2, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Weavings 4, BUCHMANN BEACGN 4. mann' Sue Ragone and Pauline Golda reioice over their defeat of Chris Hampp in a snowball fight on the roof. 7,-My 71.24 Union "Ar . , .spontaneous song writer . . .with love and a smile . .. My Dad . Class Sec.-Treas. 2, Nucleus Club Public Relations Dir. 3, Sodality 4, Gym Club l, 2, Red Cross Club l, Glee Club l, Librarian 2, Library Club l, Performing Arts Club 4. .Q ffafzfezvhe ifary 7foc'1Ly' Newark "Cathy '... dreamer . . . humorous . . . dependable. Library Club l, Sodality l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, 4, Rep. 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, CCD. 3, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 4, Nucleus Club Sec. 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. 37 s lxifazz C y 741210 izfzzpffey Vailsburg "Nanc'f . .honesland sincere , . ."I rn nolrhalshorll' , . . always herself. Spanish Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Future Business Women of America 4. CSZISGH ,V76'dfI l7dAl16D.SA1' Hillside "Sue Jak". . ."Jack" of all Trades, , ,"Thal's lile in The big cilylw . . . forever famished. Class Sec.-Treas. 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, Library Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, C.C.D. 3, 4. .zjargara Cafgerzhe Xjfreuzlf lrvingfon "Barb". . .shullerbug , , .girl with The appropiale ad- iectiye . . . fhoughrful and pleasant. Drama Club 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Sec. 4, French Club 3,Sodali1y 4. 38 Wfdrzb ZAEQ ,70yCe lrvinglon "Rie", , .neyerloses her cool. , ."Shall I bring my gui- lar? '... library's finesl. Sodalify l, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l, Library Club l , 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, French Club 3, Inlramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4. .jilfalzfken F170 .yliekbier Maplewood "Kathy" . . . slaluesque beauly . . . Bosfon patriot. . . "STan'4 and be counled, Class Pres. 2, Sludenl Council Rep. 3, Glee Club l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Baskelball 3, 4, Chris De Palma and Maria Mermini doubl the veracily of Diane Daneses story. ZUIAQQII !7III2 Zfcmx Irvington "Zu-flu' '.,, the great speller . . . Miss C.S ,... loves Seton Hall U. mixers, Missron Club Rep. 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Forensic 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Sodality 4. G-.., lil... n1fl'1c'1k1 1 rzuzfw Z1fya1uyf Irvington "Patty". . .winning smile. . .radiates confidence, . sparkling blue eyes. Class Sec.-Treas. 4, Drama Club l,Glee Club l, 2, Spec- trum 4, Sodality l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. iZ.dl'yl1l'L'f ZlCll'6C1l'd ZZICZQFCI lrvington "Marge ' , , , always "BOB" 's in at the right time! . . , vivacious , , . forever on time? Student Council Rep. l, 2, 3, Class Vice Pres. 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Nucleus Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, Red Cross Club l, National Honor Society 4. 'Uk a..,.,, an? Yjzclorzkz 71 UlfktlI26a Irvington V "Kaz" , . .sense ot humor . . .reliable , . .agreeable Red Cross Club l, 2, 4, Rep. 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3,4 CCD. 3, Schola l, 2, Spanish Club 3, Sodality l, Nucle us Club Vice Pres. 4. Wrferfa ,ZIAH lzzifaff Newark 'Bobbi' '... the quintessence of "cool" . . .a sensitive Becky Sharp . , . artistic personality. Latin Club Vice Pres. 3, Troubadour 3, Editor-in-chiet 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. Zgfancfe 7e1'a.va a.Y.s'Qr1 Irvington "Chargel'.' . . . unusual ideas . . . lends "a shoulder' when in need. Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club l Red Cross Club l, 2. P 39 QZ'df2CC'.S' ,7ean LIGIIIFIC' Irvington "Fran" , . .skiing anyone?. . ffor baby". . . a good listener. Forensic 3, Pres. 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Glee Club l, Li- brary Club l, 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, Gym Club 2. ,Z'df2CG.Y 7012 Lilklllllld Union "Fran . , , beautitul smile . . . the girl reporter imaginative and entertaining. Drama Club l, French Club 4, Spectrum 3, Gym Club l, 3, Weavings l, 2, 3, 4. Gina Galanoplos pins a corsoge on Mary Ann Copley whQle Madeline Gilbert adiusts one on Diane Shurnlich H?" 3933 Wfazy ClGfAQl mc Lbfler Maplewood "Cathe' '... indiyidualist . . . Theatre Bill . . . math "lover", Drama Club l, Q, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Troubadour Assistant- editor 4, National Honor Society 4. Wkazy ,jazze Llozzyfney Newark Retreshing . , . fashionable dresser . . . quiet and re- fined. Red Cross Club l, 2, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Li' brary Club 4, Gym Club 3, 4, CCD. 3, Spanish Club l', 2, Glee Club 3, Future Business Women ot America 4, Denzfw QQQIIIUI' Wayclclan Union "Blondie" , . . USO, Village" , . . bright smiling eyes . . . memories of prom weekend. Gym Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3. fr-'53 fl' ,f" .-"-'fr-:-'P ei.-'fe fsifmlefwm , K-Ai. , W ,Q-,ya M- Cx,4f"" vie? ,,.-f" ,f- Amg, . 2 Wngeh 76e1'e.sa dylfhro Maplewood "Angell . . . "SO, Village '... a true friend . . . big smile. Student Council Rep. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Perform- ing Arts Club 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, Gym Club lg Li- brary Club l. Pat Rocklein recharges her mind before she diligently tackles another problem. 'fi jjalrzbzb 371212 W7 afune 51 lrvington "Pat". . flvtiss Fashionu. . .a great friend . . . cute 'n sweet. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Schola l, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, C.C,D, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Future Business Women of America 3, 4, Za1'6a1'a ,ziyce .77CvdI'1?2 Vailsburg "Barb" . , . petite pixie ot a pal ,,.' Snoopy" . . . "Anyone want a pickle? Class Sec.-Treas, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Weavings l, 2, Cheerleading 2, 3, Capt. 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, French Club 4. 4l 'iff C2C1fAUl'IlIL' , 216111 WZCILQIIG Irvington 'Cathei' . , , mini-skirts . . . amber eyes . . . lover of blue "Genes . Schola l, 2, Spanish Club 2, Gym Club 2, Camera Club 3, Future Business Women ot America 4. Zjtlylklfl j7f111'1k1 37111411000 Irvington "Gina . . , precious . . . quiet but lovable . . . ioy, a tear drop candle. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Camera Club 4. X'Cf111Cy 7yClff'IAC'1fl Wc'ffla1212 Vailsburg 'Nancy' '... good listener . 4 . summer at Seton Hall , . . fun to be with her. Red Cross Club l, 2, 4, Rep. 3, Gym Club l, 2, 4, French Club 3, Sodality 3, 4. Nancy Walker studies the possibilities ot applying at either Harvard or Yale. ,,.1-uf-'-"-I ,Zh 771211 Z C1fAA'L'lI WC 5116012 Vailsburg "Jo". . . love is better than peanut butter , . .keep the faith . . . happiness is the "Pack", Class Pres. 4, Drama Club l, Red Cross Club l, Intramur- al Volleyball l, 2, 3, Library Club l, Sodality 4, Cfzgdfyf 71212 HZUXAHI Newark "Mel . . . mountains ot remarks , . . "James Bond" Agent lO7 ,..' 'rock' ot the clay. Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Weavings 4, C.C.D, 3, Performing Arts Club Q, 4, Latin Club 3, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Intramur- al Volleyball 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. fgll.YIlII 7?QyI?ZC1 WQIILAI1' Irvington "Sue '... baby blue . . . comical. Schola 2, Librarian l, Gym Club l, Library Club Spanish Club Y, 3. WZCIFIQ Wyn as WfQ'l'llZIkZIi Irvington Laughing is her manner. . .bagles and pizza. . .Pals fan. Camera Club Sec. 3, Library Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Fu- ture Business Women of America Pres. 4. Lzha '7Dc1f1'1b'G Wffbub' Newark "Pat '.., dependable and trustworthy . . . l5-30-l5 solution . . , financial wizard? Class Vice Pres. 2, Forensic l, 2, Sec. 3, Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4, Nucleus Club 3, 11, Spanish Club 2, 3, 11, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4. 1-1.-....,,,,, 50' it-v-nur N'-of Uzkuzc 71 afferzhe ifzyczfxvff CJIAJUIZ ,Zum IZYCAQAI Newark Livingston "Di". . .a little shy. . .sincere and thoughtful, , ,bet- "Ei", , ,those blondsl, , .fun to be with, . ."Oh, that ter than average. blushlf Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club l, Library Club 3, Span- Drama Club l, Library Club 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, ish Honor Society 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Camera Club Glee Club 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Gym Club 3, 4, Cam- 4, National Honor Society 4. era Club 4. 43 Fran Lipuma offers an answer to a puzzling European issue, Wfaryaref Wnn jifzzrray Newark "Margie" . . . personality plus . . . clever 8. amusing . . . serious comediene. Glee Club l, 2g Spanish Club l, 2g Library Club 3, ln- tramural Volleyball l, 2, 3g Future Business Women of iiyuefkll, America 4. 71 alffwn 712 yefcz Irvington Hlwiggyi' . . . typing enthusiast . . . reliable . , . "Where's my purse? Mission Club 3, Rep, 2g Red Cross Club lg Gym Club l, 2, 3, Library Club fig Spanish Club l, 2, Future Bugmegg Women of America 11. 44 F f f 'i'i' - K W f ifQE?:I1T -Qi Cilfiageff ef' WZLQM1- Irvington "Liz". , , sparkling personality , . ,a cute pixie, . .de- lightfully loquacious. Class Sec. l, Vice Pres. 2, 3g Student Council Rep. fig Red Cross Club lg Gym Club lg Forensic l, 2, 3, Nucleus Club 3, French Club 4g Performing Arts Club fig National Honor Society 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. gif' j. c J 1 ene Jracv XC! nw llflfyilfli Maplewood "I" . , . independent . . .summers as a counselor , . , loyal to "Charlie '. Student Council Rep. lg Library Club lg Glee Club 2g So- dality 2, 3, 4, Spectrum lreas. 3g National Honor Society 3, Vice Pres. 4g Intramural Volleyball l, Q, 3, French Club 4. Wins. Wfa1'1a1212a KJFCIGGFOQ Union "Maru . . .considerate and sincere 4 4 ,wonderful per- . 1 f son 4 4 . "Michaelangelo's" friend. 4 110441 5, We lM'a"f'7 Class Vice Pres. 4, student Council Rep. 3, Gym Club i, Irvington 2, 3, 4, C.C.D. 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Pres. 4, Latin Club Ceil" . . . short 'n' sweet . , . exuberant personality 3, Intramural Volleyball 4. ev .w 4 ...fun, fun, fun. Zdflgkgn Anna XJIIGH Mission Club Rep. 3, Gym Club l, Q, 3, Spanish Club l, Maplewood 2, Library Club l, Red Cross Club l, 2, Future Business "Kath . . .group psychiatrist , . Oh, that Irish temperl Women of America. . , , sincere and warmhearted. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, Glee Club I, 2, Intramu- ral Volleyball 2, 3, 44 ZCIIVSGIU ,XUCIII f?1CG Irvington "Barb" . . 4 a sincere friend . . . never on time . 4 4 a tiny blond with pep. Class Sec.-Treas. l,Sodality l,2, Red Cross Club I , 2, 3, 711112 G ?aS1c'zy1z.vl1,y' Newark "l' '... artistic. . .lends a helping hand. . .a smile a second. Library Club 3, Spectrum 3, Gym Club 3, Wecivings 4, Future Business Women ot America 44 4, Forensic l, Gym Club l,2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, 3. .o"""i-3 C7712 yah Uohres 741 ff 'rf 1 1 efh Union Jonathan' . . .flower-power. . , happiness is a daisy in December... 'such a girlli' Glee Club l, 2, Sec. 3, Weavings 3, page editor 4, So- dality 4, Gym Club I, Red Cross Club I, Intramural Vol- leyball l, 2, 3. 45 gems 2 'QW . 1 4" 'g ". X . and jlfaffken jzfzlrsfy lrvington "Kathy" . . .a future astronaut. . .the Yankees forever with Steve Whitaker . . . always ready with a laugh. Mission Club Rep. 4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, Library Club l, 2. Pat Raschke, Mary Rose Cascaes, and Carla Binko have varied reactions as they gaze ata busy New York street from UN. grounds. 'ua-k.,,,,,,,q CYHFIIZGAQVZG W22l'C'E?0Q'.Y fglrzleno lrvington "Carm" . . . lovable . . . mischievous and unpredic- ,.., ,. . table . . . summer '67. faczfa ffiizhslgl' Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, Irvington Q 4. . ' 3' 'Gym Club l' 2' Glee Club l' "Paulie4' . . , the "Listener" . . . blonds only . , . bub- bling with excitement. Library Club l, 2, 3, Schola l, Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Camera Club 4. 46 DOAIFE'-S' 7121? Henzef Irvington "Dodie" . . . sweet. . . natural smile. . .always there. Schola 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Gym Club 4, Future Busi- ness Women of America 3, Sec. 4. C t,Gl'Uf 71217 Union "Kahuna '... loves to surf . . . Greg Noll enthusiast . . . genuine. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. 'left N TJ IJUIVLJII Cnfkllz flvkv Newark 'Dor . .her curly locks. . . l m crushed . . .a ture- less frtehd. Class Sec -Treas. 3, Gym club l, 2, Spahtsh Club 2, Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Weavmgs l, 2, Sparttsh Honor Socnety 4, C.C.D. 3, 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. , ZIAUIIIJU yfflflk' M-iw Maplewood Julte Mucky 5 mouse . . .the Columlnta Base- ball rtghtl StuderttCour1crl Rep. A, Drama Club 2- Sodaltty 2, Gym Club 2, 3, A Pertormmg Arts Club 4 Pep Squad 3, 11. 'd"""" 'New-w' ,spas GN W-lll'lUlI Wflkfufk nw 1211. Umor! Mar .. .small but bug ot heart. .whtz Ht math. , serene and gracious. Gym Clvli l, 2, 3, 4:Weavtmgs l,Spar1tsh Club 2, 3, 4 Spectrum 4. Sue .lakuboskt and Kathy Quirk help Pat Torstello execute O crab. Dertwe MGQESGW, POT BVOWU, Irene Nowawtetskt, Barbara Pace, ahd Kathy O Brlert pose atterthetr presehtatloh ot the hrst Thanksgxvtrtg, Z ll fAA'e12 CU Aluhflf Qllllff lrvtrtgtoh Kathy cheetiul :md trtewdly . tVlVlOCQlll look . stmcere. Schola l, 2, Gym Club l, 11. Red Crass ClulDl,Spc1mSl't Club 2, Future Busmess Vtfomem ot Amertcu 11. 47 r .". ml' -W Q if 41-4--A .,. CSUJCIIZ Wfdfy WGyUI?Q Maplewood "Sue" . . .Bees favorite usherelfe, . . infectious giggle . . . long red hair, Class Sec.-Treas, lg Sfudenl Council Rep. 25 French Club 35 Glee Club l, 25 Camera Club 35 Pep Squad 3, 45 Gym Club 2, 35 BUCHMANN BEACCN 4. Chris Sosnowslci beams with happiness as Peggy Roche prepares To cuf the cakes. 'QM .JY . 7fdfA1'yn 77faf'1L1 ?l7!!Cl'.S'l6t!V!GI' Union N . "Kathy" . . ,sweefand helpful . , .considerate pafzvezb lnn ,?G.YC166G pendcble 'Wm Ton Sodalify lg Spanish Club l, QQ Gym Club l, 3g Red Cross MTWSNG. da Tri er 9 ,Th vm er., Hoh Club l, fig Weavings 45 Fufure Business Women of WOWV ' ' ' Y pp " ' e G9 W' ' America 11. . fy X Sfudenf Council Rep. l, 3g Gym Club l, 2g Sodalify 2g Lynn Nalin, ACHHUA Fufure Business Women of America 4. Irvington Greaf driver . . ."Sorry abouf That '. . .has a smile for everyone. Spanish Club 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 3g Future Business Women of America 4. 48 'iw A Warfare! WUI? WOCAQ Hillside "Peggy" . . , cheerful and vivacious . . . memories of Hillside Highs Senior Pram . . . sunburn in January. Class Vice Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Student Council Rep. 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, Library Club l, 3, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. GA-I'IiS fm e Eaf6g1,-Q WIISGA Irvington l'Cresak" . . , sparkling personality . . , likes to make people laugh . , . best of the best. Fafrzce ,ZHIZ Wocffezkz lryington "Pat" . . , "Cherished" . , , Junior Prom . . .dentists right arm. Sodality l, 2, Drama Club l, Schola l, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, 2. ,Zaanne Weheda Wussn Livingston Contagious laughter . , . terrific . . . pleasant ways. Library Club l, 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, Spanish Club l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 4, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Future Business Women ot America 4. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, French Club 4, C,C.D. 2, 3, Glee Club l, 3, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, Drama Club l, Weavings 4. M "U9l 'if'-71" fgusann .wudzho Irvington "Sue" . . , petite charmer. . . sparkling smile . . . The Cellar Dwellers. Red Cross Rep. l, Student Council Rep. 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, French Club 4, Glee Club 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, 71211 FUIQUQQ Union "Annie-Rut" . . , exhilarating . . . communicative . . . t'Navy Blue". Red Cross Club l, 4, Rep. 2, Pres. 3, Gym Club l, 2, ln' tramural Volleyball 2, Spanish Club l, 2, Library Club 2, Glee Club l. 49 e lf ' 4 A ri jffzlbfeen ,ZEN Wyan C Maplewood "Kathi" , . . light blue eyes. . . "wants to teach" . . . . W friend to animals. Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Gym Club 2, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Red cross ciub i. vi it maria jyfgary VSCIAIA Newark The other Marta . . , loves to travel . . . loves real people. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Nucleus Club 4, BUCH- MANN BEACON 4. K F A ,i.......X.,.. .. . ., u,,u,s . . ., x Regina Barry and Angela Magliaro, representatives from Mr. Lawless' homeroom, Fran Lawrie, Pat Miceli, Kathy Ferrara, Lucille Olvaney, and Sister M. Charitine de triumphantly display the School Spirit Award. P'-'ffl for Un 9XClllV'9 Vlsll to EXPO '67, we tir iii 'sirrssers sf' . fSACll'yII IYQHOFQ Cohzlfze Cfarof fgallfldglhs CSCAGEYLK Newark Newark "Shar" . . . exotic . . . intellectual . . 4 witty, A certain little smile . . . Hshortieu . . . sweet and shy. Drama Club l, Performing Arts Club 3, Gym Club 4, ln- Class Vice Pres. 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural tramural Volleyball 2, French Club 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Capt. 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. 50 l i . fd? Qjaarme ynn Sc-lfzefkr Newark "Jo". . . school spirit plus . , ,a "Ray" of sunshine. , . outgoing personality. Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, lntramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Lldfhdl 71111 cscfanfacfer Irvington "Lin '... fantastic smile . . . bubbling personality . . . Bob forever. Class Vice Pres. l, Pres. 2, Drama Club l, Glee Club l, Gym Club l, 2, 4, The prospect of another weekend brings a smile to the faces of Christine Stenson and Mary Fiumara. mugs ifjldfld Mc-Aek Siumic-A Irvington "Di" . , . lover of Seton Hall U.. . . "chatterbox" . . , always stands up for her rights, Sodality l, Red Cross Club l, 2, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Library Club l, 2, Schola l, Sec. 2. .Cr NUI? Yan 72'dHC6S 651105 Union Interested and interesting. , ,always onthe go. , .alot of stamina. Weavings l, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, French Club 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. 5I vw' Angela Petrazzello and Jo-Ann McMahon exchange compliments on each others Thanksgiving centerpieces. , .1 L lil .jQfAe1'1k2e CSIIZIYAS Newark 'lynnii . . . future in nursing . . .canteen regular. . strong convictions and witty ways. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Weavings 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Gym Club 3, 4. 52 Ozdna .Lynn CglI2lyAi Irvington "Di", . .friend-indeed. . .plays a svvingin' Tambourine . . . "Oh, you re kicldinglu. Schola l, 2, Library Club l, 3, 4, Sec, 2, Sodality l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, Latin Club 3. 005011116 LOl'I'dIf2d cgrulfo Union "Debbi" . , . the share "co-opu . . . loves frat parties . . . Ray ot sunlight. Drama Club l, 2, Performing Arts Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Library Club l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 3, 4, Pep Squad 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. f f36l'IiYfIi'2G Ciokffe cgosnozzfsfz' lrvington 'Pres' . . .likes skiing. . .ioy is giving a big smile. ., rain goddess ol the North. Student Council Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Drama Club l, Spec- trum 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Intramural Vol- leyball l, 2, 3, 4, C.C.D, 2, National Honor Society 4. 7' "7 7e1'c'.x'c1 f7?c11'1e fktozrfa lrvington "Terry". . .loves Peter, Paul and Mary. . .a real com- edienne . . . otten accompanied by a guitar. Mission Club Rep. l , Red Cross Club l , 2, 3, 4, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Student Council Rep. 4, Spectrum 3, Pres. 4, French Club A, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. fm! 'Kava CfZf'1fSf1lf2u fJaf1'1k'1?1 f Rifuzzx on Newark Criss . , . 'a yellow-bird' . , . math-minded . . . ol, ways smiling, Drama Club l, CCD. 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, Spanish Club l, 2, Spectrum 4. ,,....-...V--Q Chris Rusak mops up the flood -the result ot a miscalcu- lation during chemistry class. ,fr HS'- Nflly rgzfykfollfxfli Hillside Mare . , . friendly . . . full at fun . . . Keansburg Library Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, CCD. l, 2, 3, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4. 3' CY" ' jlaren L ynrze rgprlef Irvington "Summer Place friendly and fun-loving .. hearty. Gym Club l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Future Business Women ot America Vice Pres. 4. Zeuerfy 71212 rSz11'4f.5o11fsl1' Newark 'Bev' . , . a true friend . . .quiet 'n' sweet. . . care- free. Sodality 3, A, French Club 4, Gym Club l, 2, 4. 53 'iii WAGE! KSLGIH Newark "Lee" . . .tond of furry things and people. . ,full-time friend . . . receptive. 5 .i q f- -. Basketball 2, 3, 4, C.C.D, 3, Intramural voiieyboii 1, 2, fg"'7effQ srfqnn 7O6"m5 3, 4, Gym Club'l, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Weavings l, 2, Irvington Camera Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, "George" . . .ardent reacler. . .quiet, , , "Oh, thats fabulouslw. Drama Club l, Spanish Club 2, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Club 3, 4, Future Business Women of America 4. Top: Mary Ann Copley, Peggy Roche, Linda Drzyrnlcowslci, Chris Sosnowski, Kathy Kelleher, Tammy Bilobram, and Cathy 54 Bernice spread a little more love and goodness. jjasyuafh 7fo.re IZWSIEMJ U n i o n "Pat". . .short and sweet . . .makes people laugh . , honest and fun-loving. Drama Club l, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Gym Club 1, 2 Glee Club 3, Red Cross Club 2, 3, Spectrum 4. ..i'.'!'.1 001 011551 , 7acf711eAh Q .ffl IZUJ' Irvington "Dot" . . . appreciative . . . inquisitive . . . Latin. American enthusiast. Schola l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 4, French Club 3, 4, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, National Honor Society 4. - lrvington !,Ul'l'GI22C Cofulse Zfarya Irvington "Laurie". . ."My latest problem isf. , .Mike and May l5 . . . always a friend. Student Council Rep. 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Forensic l, 2, Red Cross Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, Cheerleader 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, Pres. 4. Lamb Gly ZiJdMk?yUl' fyancy ,7dl2Q Zvafer Union Green-eyed blond , . . individualist , . . memories of France. Class Pres. 4, Sec.-Treas. l, Student Council Rep. 3, Li- brary Club l, Glee Club l, C.C.D. 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Pres. 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. 77Zbr1a fma Zagayfmcg Newark Wally" . . . quick to laugh . . quiet, but witty . . . ever pleasant, always kind. ' Class Vice Pres, l, Gym Club 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Scha- la l, 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 3, French Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, National Honor Society 4. C iA1'13'f1lf2Q Naive Zfjzbnzbff Hillside t'Chris" . , . chem-lab record breaker . . , delightfully dramatic . . . expressive hazel eyes. Class Pres. l, Drama Club l, 2, C.C,D, 3, lntramural Vol- leyball l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, National Honor Society 4, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. The other Marta . . . the photographer . . , likes to psy chaanalyze people. Drama Club l, 2, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Cam- era Club Pres, 3, BUCHMANN BEACON 4. 55 1-N52 PoTWlggins,Mc1ry Ann Brydon, Judy BGTO4H9,C1OUdNG Soroci, Anrwewe Cmrose-Ili, '-vu? and Kathy Meehan owen ?heu hrs? reporv cords with opprehensuon ,aff Left to Right: Joan Borowiec, Edith Adamo, Helen Carlucci, Student Council Representative, Catherine Carratura, Linda Buncek, Kathleen De Nike. Gkss 0 '69 Sitting: Karen McMahon, Secretary-Treasurer, Ellen O'Beirne, Standing: Elizabeth Maguire, Joanne Pizutelli, Maureen Mellon, Patricia Roszko, lu- dith Maltese. 58 Lett to Right: Patricia La Bella, Mission Representative, Patricia Hurley, Kathleen Kisly, Vice- President, Phyllis Lang, Deborah l-lines, Joanne Jubinsky, Rosemarie Giuliano. 'S 3 ,, if Sitting: Ellen Weiner, Christine Wallinger, June Stapleton, Standing: Margaret Ryan, Valer- ie Tiemann, Angelina Serino. M.. N Left to Right: Nancy Dougherty, Student Council Representative, Catherine Ditta, Red Cross Representative, Deborah Donnelly, Rosemary Fries, Margaret Geraghty, President. -P Q- JV. Lett to Right, Rosemary Ellmer, Student Council Representative, Janice Glovvski, Vice- President, Secretary-Treasurer, Catherine Evanik, Donna Gasser, Patricia Grantuslcas, Red Cross Representative, Nancy Dudyshyn. Lett to Right: Josephine Mazzella, Student Council Representative, Irene Mencl, Claire Man- narino, Marilyn Parlegreco, Catherine Reilly, Linda Sanchez, Q J an Sitting: Esther Maisano, Marianne Kaslauslcas, President, Standing: Andrea Kluczek, Lucille Leone, Kathleen Gunther, Nancy Huzar. Q1 ,r x .i, . I Front Row: Joanne Antrosiglio, Jacqueline Alt, Rosemary Camporeale, Judith Cicora, Back Row: Carol Cataldo, Marilyn Coen, Lois Dragan. Chas 0 769 Lett to Right: Lisa Szpyrka, Patricia Tracey, Diane Stasick, Maureen Smith, Mission Representative, Patricia Anne Wiggins, Absent: Rosemary War- noclc. 335 Q , , 5 so wmv-t - .mm-H, ,-ml, , Y '- """"""- ' ---H- . N ' vs-as-, , ' 'X , M-,K ' n Q L . A . N K , R . NX- . , - C ' - ' an ftf Q- 1 , ' X J , Mgr' ... nat ii I ii . .7-,W ,WV I LW -I-' QQ ' 'Q I an ,X CCBW m - X ,Jfj M 37- s. . , ' 75 in - 4 -'ti . X" -,f K - K W A i 4. v I 1. JN is -sv EM, IQ, M ,-1.x - f C Qty K K fs fi 'N la Et Sitting: Angela Marino, Kathleen Korninek, Standing: Katherine Manger, Bar- bara Jaworski, Judith Kolster, Karen Liss, Joyce Kozlowski, Student Council Rep- resentative. Front Row: Maureen Tansey, Frances Flesch, Claudia Soraci, Susan Syrn- annek, Back Row: Jean Vella, Dorothea Zarernba, Deborah Wilson. 1 i Gkss 0 '69 XJ: 'QAM Sitting: Constance Baldino, Patricia Chenoweth, Student Council Representative, Eileen Cunning- ham, Standing: Claudia Babinski, Carol Cortese, Vice-President, Mary Curley, Red Cross Repre- sentative, Katherine Bone. as Clarke:-fu' I C f - we C t ,iff , Sitting: Debra Greenteder, Secretary-Treasurer, Linda Fano, L' Barbara Feilhuber, President, Standing: Barbara Halligan, I uf' ' Denise Edmund, Kathleen C. Gunther, Theresa Filandro. ,Y wg" R' .ir .5 yi? K if 39 Sitting: Judith Meskill, Mission Representative, Linda Paslfo, Filoniena Scola, Michele Ralph, Standing: Barbara Quirk, Patricia Rogers, Patricia McGrath. lin-iii-is , ,...h 1 A A . M i X, ' ff, Q xg Q A! -SPKQ... 3. I ' my it Afiygx' Q f 4 Lett to Right startlng from Front: Lorraine Mazzucco, Denwse McMahon, Maria Piefroplnto, Elizabeth McCann, Deborah Rusak. 4 est xv, Sttttng, Barbara Brotscnol, Vlce-Presldent, Mary Blunna, Judy Bonntantl, Standtng Mary Butler, Dlana Dx Menna, Angela Cosenza, Paula Del Guercla, Red Cross Representatlye. II, ...Q - Mfr-4.fn,f-,.'f15W .. ..l..4.4... Q Front Row: Darnaras Garcla, Studenl Councnl Representatnye, Margarita Fares, Donna Fruzynskl, Back Pow, Llnda Guthrie, PUMCJG l:O"ISll, Barbara Dt Nlcola, Susan Hanlon, President. Sitttng Rosernane Tarantola, Kathleen Thomas, Catlnerlne Scott, Stand ing: Maryann Walker, Mary Jane Zarzyckl, Maria Wacker, Student Coun Cul Representative. GQJJ 0 769 ,..-nv' so ,r f fr iv---' ' ' 1 -'rw-f-'?'?'f+"li9f"V '9 :iff ,V .,.,y A Front Row tap to bottorn Judy Hotzgo, Vlctorla Krlll, Secretary- -Treasurerg Back Row top to bottom Erleen Loclcnlsn, Mlsslon Representatlye, Judy Kubtclca,Cl1rystyna t-lordynsky, Margaret Kumble. 3Z 'x ff. Sitting: Susan Werner, Deborah Wass, Standing: Sharon Vetter, Joan Shumsky, Diane Sitting, Jean Farreii, Heien Fitzsintrnons, Standing. Carole Caputo, Mihri De los Reyes Tehorzevvski, Amy Sultivan, Student Council Representative, Patricia Taytor, Secretaf Victoria Dagostaro, Vice:President, Phyllis Danidez Absent: Mary Corcoran. ry-Treasurer, Absent: Janice Stango, Student Council Representative. GQ35 0 770 Sitting: Donna Prytl, Jane Nunn, Susan Santini, Diane Pydeski, Standing: Diane Mulvihill, Doro- Sitting: Roberta Kaptonski, Cathleen Keane, Red Cross Representative, Linda thy Moore, Susan Nicolaus, Jean Price, Kathleen Sharon. Leone, President, Mary Lipurna, Standing: Susan Gawlik, Mission Representa- tive, Catherine Luke, Romana Lashewycz, Maryann Joergens. la' ,, str "' Ili? jeff-x:vfL1g:,.,: Sitting: Mary Alliston, Yvette Boucher, Denise Aielio, Standing: Rita Adams, Deborah Ahlstrom, Patricia Bridges, Mar- ianne Caggiano. 62 06 X, px to Sitting: Eileen Catino, Jennie Carracino, Nancy Byrnes, Standing: Janet Christrnan, Front Row: Mary Beth O Brien, Student Council Representative, Patricia Reinhard, Regina Aroneo, Karen Anello, Mary Antuso, Janice Astarino, Mission Representative. Christine Panels, Motria Sharanevych, Back Row: Patricia Reilly, Secretary, Monica Smith, Susan Pace, Donna Rigby, CQJJ 0 770 4f"' 41 ,,,,c.., A M , Qt' Front Rowq Deborah Di Chiara, Christine Gawrelulc, Elaine De Benedictis, Treo- Front Row' Karen Kinney, Mary Lu Nilon, Nancy Lupton, Baclc Row: Christine Macysyn, Carolann surer, Back Row: Joan Kelleher, Marguerite Di Blasi, Nancy Fochesato, Karen Manser, Linda Lords, President, Susann Klosowski, Jeannie Kominelc, Vice-President. Gilroy if NW 3 Q 1- Front Row Joyce Wall4ei', Student Council Representative, Joyce Strucki, Red Cross Representative, Patricia Tauriello, Beth Tully, Back Row: Eileen Zaleslo, Kathleen Vetter, Sharon Wolan, Paula Yanlcitis. Sitting: Deborah Citelli, Secretary-Treasurer, Martha Awdykovych, Barbara Coletta, Red Cross Representative, Standing: Catherine Carver, Judy Bataille, President, Carol Coli- celli, Lois Bertuglia, Loretta Bolger. Gfzss of '70 Front Row: Anne Serino, Student Council Representative, Pamela Palluzzi, Linda Palma, Jeannette Ryan, Back Row: Patricia Reheis, Christine Ryder, Christine Siswo, Constance Quirk, Vice-President. Sitting: Eileen Martin, Christine Mango, Marilyn Kosisko, Standing: Denise Padtield, Joanne Kupra- tis, Patricia Marone, Deborah Krill, Carol Krill. Kneeling: Andrea Di Orio, Student Council Representa- tive, Maria Del Viscovo, Standing: Katherine Grant, Mis- sion Representative, Mary Doran, Nancy Gunning, Su- zanne Gilbert, Renata Didyk, Patricia Grehl. IZZJQQE - -.A-......,,a Left to Right: Sharon Stauttenberg, Elaine Votapek, Tina Vogler, Karen Tonis, Tetrina Strickland, Maria Szpiech, Patricia Witt- man, Marianne Sponzilli, 64 Lett to Right: Eileen Brophy, Carol Cornell, Jenny Collura, Patricia Bialecki, President, Joan Bessman, Joann Coccio, Absent: Janet Brandt. Front Row: Nancy Gaborski, Joanne Zaremba, Regina Stasick, Secretary-Treasurer, Lucille Zrebiec, Back Row: Joan Surdykowslci, Rosemary Sebor, Barbara Wiskowski, Red Cross Representative, Valerie Welyczkowski, Larissa Sygida, ,n wr"""'7tl5"' an ,, Front Row: Arlene Fairchild, Margaret Jascur, Joanne Herre, Patricia Griswold, Student Council Representa- tive, Back Ro v: Romaine Ference, Joanne Czap, Marla Fellinger, Elizabeth De Gise. Front Row: Barbara Jinlcs, Maryann Lennon, Adrienne Matthews, Back Row: Laura Lago, Susan Melody, Student Council Representaf tive, Kathleen Kuhnen, Joann Kurelc, Debo- rah McAdarn, Vice-President. Cho 0 770 Front Row: Mary Patricia Riordan, Kathleen Meehan, Mission Representative, Evelyn Raymond, Kathleen Scott, Back Row: Ger- trude Panico, Kathleen Morris, Linda Pickel, Donna Pluciennlk. 41 .M-1 Front Row: Patricia Hoag, Lynn Lyons, Eileen Kozdemba, Emily McDonald, Back Raw: Denise Kurdyla, Christine Kalata, Mission Representative, Michelle Grolnol, Laverne Mistretta, GQJS of 771 Front Raw: Julie Alliston, Ann Adamo, Patricia Brasher, Rosemary Bernice, Back Row: Dorothy Cicalese, Mary Ann Brydon, Kathryn Cuccolo. 66 ,36- FrantRow1 Andrea Goc, loanne De Lucia, President, Patricia De Traia, Secretary- Treasurer, Back Row: Carol Dunn, Marian Fiore, Loretta Dittle, Suzanne Fazelcas, Vice-President. t ,4 ...af , 4535 Kneeling: Mary Nunn, Michelina Pedalino, Hollis Ratellaf Standing: Jean Mullen, Mary Ellen O'Neil, Kathleen Redden, Arlene Pieniek, Mission Representative, Christine Robe, Student Coun- cil Representative, .1.....q. Kneeling: Jo Ann Tamasco, Maryann Stezar, Anne Marie Young, Marcyann Zonenberg, Stand- ing: Barbara Sinatra, Student Council Representative, Daria Tymkewycz, Nancy Sclwetlick, Danna Vavala. . -.a.Y-ma,-'L-Ahh V. rows-M K A iv i A I W "'f1't-.K 1 -'mf' 'cf Xe n we i , I A gf: Qs , Q itz: " f E "f, I' .,,c gg.. ,At 1 T' kr-.. .1 sag -- hw ,X eri k i i 4 l - 1:15 .. ms' Standing: Denise Doherty, Student Council Representative, Margaret Dias, Dolores Fogleman, Deborah Dziuban, Secretary-Treasurer, Sitting: Susan Figler, Debra Dempsey, Patricia Epple. Standing: Nancy Perillo, Linda Orlando, Priscilla Moore, Carol McNamara, Lucille Policastro, Sitting: Deborah Roman, Kathleen Murphy, Diane Reilly, Lucille Nuzzo. Kneeling: Linda Tchorzewski, Mary Stuart, Sitting: Rosemary Rupprecht, Mary Ann Yurecko, .lean Verdi, Linda Scott, Standing: Marie Smith, Mission Representative, Linda Ulak. Standing: Jean Kane, Red Cross Representative, Sarah Hodges, Marilyn Gauthier, Sitting: Kathleen Maguire, Karen Lacey, Student Council Representative, Linda Guariglia, President, Joan Kozlowski. CQJJ of '71 K it C ,,i,, C , ,M e,,, M, ,,,ee , y "V 4' 3 Standing- Beth Ade, Vice-President, Christine Beszterda, Sandra Aquilino, Beverly Cardino, Sitting: Joyce Cunningham, Marianne Ciesla. SX n...W,.,a., . W, Q f vb, Q "L on...-u-.of ,.. 3, ,,, lei ,.'1.' 1 .. gina .A- 'Quaid Sitting: Avery Mikanovvicz, Ursula Kranke, Denise Gubernat, Diane Luci- ano, Kathryn Martino, Diane Huber, Secretary-Treasurer, Standing: Lu- cille Giacobbe, Patricia Kern. Gkss of 771 Front Row: Carol Ann Moran, Carmen Rodriguez, Middle Raw: Theresa Orner, Student Council Representa- tive, Stephanie Popek, Pamela Mu rray, Back Row. Barba- ra Petrilalc, Ann O'Brien, Lesia Rornaniw. 19 Kneeling: Corrine De Fronzo, Kathleen Conlon, Regina Baudermann, Standing: Robin Aguiar, Susan Betlow, Annette Caroselli, Vice-President, Mary Broadtoot, Kneeling: Jacqueline Walsh, Kathleen Spriet, Irene Teply, Standing: Adele Sudzinslcas, Roma Yurkewych, President, Evelyn Santoro, Red Cross Representative, Elizabeth Valente, jane Sei- tlinger, Left to Right: Ann De Marzo, Patricia Egan, Antoinette Dotro, Mission Representative, Patricia Dietz, Student Coun- cil Representative, Linda Ernst, Judith Filandro, Ellen Fox. 68 . Ny' Sitting: Margaret Weigly, Michele Seredviclc, Denise Scheiclc, Student Council Representative, Marta Zerebeclcyi, Standing: Eleanor Stauhs, Barbara Vanderstreet, Lisette Symannek, Stuf dent Council Representative, Beverly Termott. Front Row: Patricia Kozak, Gloria Milewski, Treasurer, Ellen McCann, Karen Lyons, Marianne Kunze, Back Row: Catherine Jakubowslci, Lisa Gudinas, Jayne Golclbeck. ,,.d-"' 'rd Front Row: Roberta Bernice, Carol Brown, President, Jacqueline De Gre- gorio, Nancy Cronk, Back Row. Donna Albano, Eileen Binder, Paulette Casaubon. arm- of '71 I i Kneeling. Janice Nagy, Patricia Ross, Eileen Philburn, Standing: Lydia Ondris, Carol Paschik, Joy Rapp, Karen Roeltgen, Virginia Mueller, Mission Representative. Sitting: Ellen Dowd, Marie Dionisio, Phyllis De Notaris, Standing: Mary Elsman, Donna Eaugno, Theresa Fischer, Patricia Fruzynski, Secretary. 69 Kafhy Kisly, Mary Jane Zarzycki, Laurie Varga, Bunnie Fielhurer, Barbara Marin ,fd Q ,a , - WN - , 1 av af, 1 . A W Bfliilgfif alfa? ,213 M426 Qffzaafzyzfe . "WT fi W. f, 1425.-,-.mgf-4 - - 3 y , X, Q ' - . Aliiu' 'Mg -:H+ - ,ga5f+':1 ef?-Y ,. 'ff' L Q.. ff ,Q f mi , . . .N X ff? 4 A I K fs y-,k f ,Q-5 ,V , i , f 5 ' A -2' i Q , , M' my .FQ ' Q 45 ,1 if , Y, L. 5 il ,:' 'A Mk f 6 . -f A i,s,Q:f 5 R 5 19149111 C. Sosnowslci, President of Student Council, is proud ot her innovation - an activity bulletin board. 72 J. Schneider, L. Fanno, M. Cascoes and E, Schoedel enioy the - cSfu0Q12f Gouncz' - Ulgra 111612 .S Keep to the right . . . give it to Denise. . .respecttully submitted, yours truly , . . and the total protit is . . . Mr. Lawless, do you have anything to say?. . .do it the way you want, however . . . what is school spirit . . . who wants to pray? . . . responsible tor "C" schedule . . . only poster paper and masking tape on the tiles. . . and take them down . , . reach out, well be there. l.. Mazzucco and E, McCann show different reactions to a Stu- dent Council proposol. ik F697 . 'f f 2 2'fW-R wh r --iz E ,,,, gk EQ ' 'V al' 5 jx bzwfzffg '5m,,,?.v cfm 44 ,, we ,MZ 3' - . 'iff .sf ' ' f V if . gy, L y , -' m fg. Lx K 1. -, I . .Z H JJ A Y' M. Gerrighty, T, Filandro, K. Gunning, P Ryan P Roszko and D McMahon members of the Latin club M. Orchordo, President of the French club, addresses the audience at moke plans for me Lofin Banquet' the French Soiree. ggi ,Qi Officers of Spanish Club, C. Bianco, D. Price, and M. Hanily, show Mrs, Valdes their 'authen- tic" sombreros. 74 - C, yuaye ow? Latin Club . Vergil s own cheerleader Latin Banquet . . .Rightyou are' Pius Aeneas Wizard of Oz Italian rolls . . . Consul and Scriba Gaudeamus igiturl Spanish Club nol, please" . . Spa n ish fiesta? . French Club and discussions Gras. . .masks balloons confetti costume contest Mo iere . . . la Comedie Francaise Louis XIV N. Walker, C. Mellon, and C. Latter present the play, "Le Cuvierf' during the French Soiree. - f'OU6G06UI' - C1,reaf1'u1Yy "Five more minutes, girls' '..,' 'Forget it, its tull ot cliches!" . . . "Only one poem this month?" . . . "Are you still here? You should have gone at tour o'cloclcl". . ."Don't pick on me, the trouble with you is that you're so conservative!" . . . "Lets change printers, we ordered 700 copies and we've gotten only 600.' '...' 'This has mixed metaphors, vague imagery, changing verb tenses, and the antecedent ot 'he' in the third paragraph is 'John' in the first paragraph, but it has possibilities" . . , "No plagiarism!" . . . "Ughl" R. Kuehl reviews material submitted to her. 3 i w , , P, Raschlce, typist, and L. Sanchez, lfuture co-editorl, amuse themselves over a copy. 1' C. Lotter, coeeditor, and R, Kuehl, editor, proofread a poem for Trouba dour. fff C. Wallinger, and N, Dougherty, art editors, make plans tor the next issue 75 0122 Qfd 6 - uffergdys A gathering ot photo-minded people . . . the shore . . . that's a good one . . . South Mountain . . . the darkroom . . .the park. . .trying . . . success . . .the zoo . . . negatives . . . black and white . . . we want color. . .Our secretary in charge ot vvill help you . . . inspiration . . . patience . . . perseverance. D. Fruzynski, B. Kievitt, M. Kimble, L. Szem, and N. Walker show procedure used to develop pictures taken at the Bronx Zoo. - pecffum - .ynyen 111751 Felt banners . . . the second and third tloor lobbycases . . . our trip to the Metropolitan Museum ot Art . . . Sister Corita comes to Walsh . . .Janice, our artistic discovery. . .the large posters tor the mixers . . . Fashion Illustration shown by Lynn . . ."What abouttickets tor 'Man ot La Mancha'?". . .Sponta- neous prayers. . .Ed Ames sings his way in . . ."l-low do you pronounce T-iet-i-a-n?" . . .Will we ever make a collage?. . .a short and simple lecture in Negro Art . . . candles in various i Q is ll" 5 shapes and colors . . . finally, an increase in artistic interests. Mrs. O'Connor hangs artistic accomplishments ot Walsh students as R. Ellmer and L. Drzyrnkowski assist her. R. Ellrner, L. Drogan, C. Wallinger ancl P. Golda discuss future plans tor a trip to the Cloisters. 76 - We! Grow - QSQFUICQ Homemade cookies tor the veterans . . . Holiday placernats and favors tor a Convalescent Home at Thanksgiving and Christmas . . . Sophomore Class proiect: filling and sending Friendship Boxes to Children in South Viet Nam . . . Freshman proiect: preparing decorative crossword puzzles tor waiting mil- itary inductees . . . Personal visits to shut-ins in the area . . . Thousands ot hours merited by Walsh "Volunteens" . . . Latest proiect: assembling Friendship Album to be sent to South America. Bfrv 1 sl i 1 ll Sister Michael, E. McDonald, C, Ditta, R. Bernice, and S. Hanlon prepare Christmas ta- vors tor the veterans. - yzzkszbn - CSGCFMCQ D-Day, lOO'Zs tor the missions . . . Canceled stamps . . . Advocate subscription drive . . . 66 subscriptions sold . . . Trading stamps tor aged nuns home . . . Society tor the Propagation ot the Faith. . . Meetings otlvlission Representa- tives once a month . . .Conference with other schools to dis- cuss mission work. e M.. Sr J. Cicora and P. Tauriello display Red Cross award given to the school Brenda Mary and P. Catena count money collected for the foreign missions. 77 l l mm: us y 'L- it .. A. Petrozzello and M. Coen, page editors, review final proofs eaozlnys - Cfwnzn un ICG 11612 Those press bureau editors must be the fastest runners around. . .Now girls, something must be new. . .the day before deadline and everyone sits so complacently ...' 'ask Sister' '... great shot of the team's legs . . . heres a letter asking who writes the editorials . . . Nl-las anyone seen the fourth page?". . .Ah, Columbia. . .now tor some construc- tive criticism . . . next year: lO issues! Press bureau editors, C. Carver and J. Stango, check the scrapbook for publicity leads. i . V Y ...uhh Typists M. Celani, K. Rittershotfer, and C. Rusak rush articles tor the ls W0llsGf, C. Carver, C. Mannerino, and J. Stango check news Sources, deadline. 78 'sf .N -. Gs... by .. ,,k" ,,:L, G. Eppeil examines cn few letters to the editor. A Petrozzetto, F. Lspurncz, Gnd G. Eppett attempt to expiotn the tune points of prcture cropping to M. Coen AY. W ,gf llzannsng f X F 35 5 Ad th X. 5. . ,4v-""" X C-' 4-N Seniors, L. Smntw, F. Lwpumm, ond C, Bwcnco setect Qrtxdes tor Coturnblc Page edntor, M. Coen seems tntent upon revwewxng tor publication. rmtwngi. , 79 4 - afzbn afj7Q12 of Oczef - 712fQy1'1Q Scholarship, character, service, leadership . . . Tutoring? . .Certainlyl. . . "twill take absolutely nooo excuses!" induction-shaking candles, tears, and lost pins. . .meetings at lunch with grape iuice on tutor slips . . . 'tWill anyone tutor Mrs. Goats French?" . . . "We have to send this to Washington, girls" . . . "Where are your Char- ifftf ters?" student-teacher day monthly meetings. C. Sosnowski suggests a future National Honor Society proiect at a monthly meeting. i As a participant in the tutoring program, L. Wallinger instructs M. Spiech in Geometry. ieiski, L. Dryzmlcowski, and Sr. Noella entertain the students betore the induction ceremony. 'uv' vi Newly chosen members await l. Nowowieiski, Sr, Noella, and L, Dryzmkowski discuss future plans for the student-teacher day. ..c.--mf E. Caroselli, M. Copley, M. Sink, R. Kuehl, L. Szem, G. Eppell, C. Bernice, l. Nowow- f V - 51' rainy - Ciuyfgbzencfy Book worms anonymous . . . hard work reaps wonders. . .work, the visible sign of love. . . April at Seton Hall . . . Did some- one say she wanted a book? . . . okay, whoseturn to dust tonight? . .ci complete- ly renovated card catalog , . . Have you seen the latest issue of Life?. . . ci new pic- ture and vertical file for the students. A, Kluczek, T. Filandro, K, Manger and M. Joyce, officers, prepare tiles for the coming day. SEQ C116 - From the beginning. . ."Enunciate, girls!". . ,Rosa- ry Society concert. . .Amen . . . line up. . . memoriz- -0- ing words . . . Christmas concert at l-loward's Savings K. Manger points out an interesting leaflet to K. McMahon. Institute. . .roll call. . .being fitted for gowns. . .an open mouth . . . tones from the diaphragm . . . every Wednesday afternoon . . . places on risers . . . watch the conductor. . . 'lah-ah-ah-ah-ah". . . "Let Freedom Ring. The guitar section of Glee Club provide the entertainment at a Parents' Club meeting. 82 l.. Carpenito leads singers at a local business function - ,HQ 61,5 - C73 JFGCQ These freshman gymnasts, they're all over the place . . . Someone get over there and spot forthe horse . . . Did you break your neck?. . .Arch your back . . .Making up a gym period?. , .A.W.H.S.'s champion volleyball players. . .This dance has to be ready by the end of May . . . Gymnastic Competition and the gym year is through. T, Bilobram and C, Hordynsky exercise their ingenuity on the parollel bars. T. Bilobram executes a flying dutchman Over The l1OfS6- 2 y iyiy UM., -ii ,Q L. Hales, president of Gym Club, executes o split on the horse, M. Porlegreco depicts true othletic form in a split on the beam T, Bilobram, prefect, and Fr. Conway, moderator, set the day tor an agape. Lip Q K. Klass, J. Antrosiglio, B. Kievitt, and Sr. Paulita listen attentively to projected plans concerning a picnic tor the orphans. 84 l. Nowowieiski, R. Kuehl, T. Bilobram, F. Lawrie, and S. Farrell discuss the value ot ecumen- ism in the Modern Church. 5 P tiii t'-- . ' S i it ' . if J 1 if "'n 1 , L, Bolger and S, Santini argue about celibacy in the priesthood. Q30 - cijspzkafzons Invasions from St. Bridget's. , .the gentle roar of 39 little people . . . South Mountain will never be the same . . . cheese. . . Sister, maybe a "grass in" . . . St. Patricks Day for Negro and Puerto Rican children?. . . April is never too late tor ice skating. , .Let's pray tor no Senate meetings. , . Perhaps an agape with holy water wine, but where's the priest? . , . Fr. Finnerty to the rescue . . . We believe, We trust, We love . . . sometimes . . , most important, We try . . . always. A X Officers of the F.B.W.A., M. Mermini, K. Spriet, D. Pieniek, and J. Ferchak, glance at magazines while waiting for their interviews at Prudential. - Sf Z. KU. 71 - .nucfzbalffy Their Secret - Calm, Cool, and Collected . . .Charity - A tisket a tasket two Thanksgiving Baskets. . .Service - You have a friend in the F.B.W.A .... Shorthand - Keeping up with the time. . .Girl Friday - Eight days a week. . .Responsibility - Helping teachers out of a iam . . .Speed Test- Where is the timer3. . .Sister Magda- lene - Leadership passed on . . . S. Jakuboski, E. Dzuiban, and P. Grantuskas practice teaching skills by conducting a lesson for St. Leo's School students. K., , Senior business girls participate in the Prudential testing program held on February 28-29. - - .CQ1 - .3'fl'l1C'fltjI? The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine is a club which helps you to ENCOUNTER Christ in others . . . WITNESS Christ to others . . . COMMIT your- self to Christ and others. . .OPEN yourself to Christ and others . . . GAIN AWARENESS of Christ in yourself and others . . . GIVE gladly to all for the LOVE of Christ . . .RECEIVE a Peace that only Christ can give. As Sister Magdalene supervises, J. Kane, S. Farrell, J. Bataille, and L. Fano, officers, prepare lesson plans i 2 I li-Suisse -E 5 ? Mr. J. McGinnity is amused by a comment made during a Forensic meeting. R. Yarkeurych, D. Tymkewycz, M. Stuart, A. Caroselli, and L. Brignola debate during the week- ly Forensic meeting, - 014912516 - .?0Qm1c's Extemporaneous speaking! What's that?. . .Forthe 999th time, l told you it's preparing o speech from a magazine or other sources . . . Can you see ME making up my own speech? . . . your poor English teachers . . . use someone else's like President Johnson or Marshall McLuhan, they'll never know the difference . . . but Mr. McGinnity might. 86 L. Brignola checks the encyclopedia for information concerning her debate topic. Mr. G. K. Young, Public Relations representative for Bell Telephone, and P. Maloney watch D. Trynoslcy use a phone of the future, - WUCQZIS C125 - I2 U es fzya ffon Sing around the campfire. . .Willsornebody please catch the walking salad . . . Paul Bunyan's a real cut-up . . . What's a "nut and bolt"? . . . Did the Curies' have these problems? . . . What happened to the lights? . . .Whats a fuse? . , . How long are we going to sit here? . . . Hey, Claude, the Science Fair's tomorrow and I forgot to do my proiect. . . Hey, my project just ran out of its cage. . . Three cheers for our neutron! . . A -7 D. Trynoslcy examines a model satellite, as Mr. G. Young explains the basic mechanics of a telephone to P, Maloney. P- Miceli, S. Gawlik and J. Vogler work in the lab on a Nucleus Club proiect. f , , Q, ,N Mrs, M. Shanahan uses the overhead protector to clarify a point forC Soraci. 87 4-M it . .- .W--1 E, DeBenedictis, L. Szpyrlca, L. Symannek, and J. Christman form a tableau at the Christmas pageant. V. Dagostaro, L. Hales, and Y. Boucher of the film study division prepare film tor editing. - yjezygrmzhy Qqrfs - 63 .xp1'ess1'012 Every Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Boland Hall is transformed into "Rehearsal Hall" . . . the singers standing around the piano . . . the dancers wearing away the gym floor . . . the actresses trying to project over it all from the stage . . . Meanwhile in room l29 the film study group is busy learning splicing . . . and other unique film techniques . . . Cur motto: Practice makes pertect, everybody! i to A E. Fax, A. Magliaro, P. Firuta, J. Carracino, A, Hely, E. Weiner, A. Magliaro, and M. Hanily practice at the piano during a meeting of the music section. 88 s Z 9. vi 4' . -1? f I . 5 fc' " . W L. Mueller, M. Saluk, M. Zahaykevich, and D. Price look at rough draft layouts and plan pictures. .f Abu -, .N C. Winnicki and E. Coroselli, co-editors, review yearbook specifications and deadlines. P. Roche, S. Ragone, M. A. Copley, and P. Miceli check old layouts for new ideas. C. Bernice, P. Golda, C. l-lampp, and S. Dougherty put the final touches on finished triplicates. , .xl M my gg Vyy, Z, 'W Q , ma X? 90 Zac znann Beacon gnoo oeznenf Buffy and Boopsie . . . Birdman, Miss Shir- ley, Max, and Mr. Warren. . .Where does all the money go? . . . Fanny Farmer . . . Those Girl Scouts have a racket . . .MY cookies are NOT stale . . . lt snows in one spot at Walsh Snow fights on the roof. . . Dont throw that camera around. . .Are you hungry?. . . Who took those apples from my desk? . . . Don't touch the pictures! . . . Long, hot sum- mer . . . Summer supplement f That's what they said two years ago . . . lt's after four o'clock, girls, don't get too involved - Whaaaaat3??. . .This year - first place, next year - medallist . . .When is the next dead- line? - Next week! . . . Youre firedl Wi wal my ,V J, W -Z . W . ' ' 4 'Hia 4 L v A ,dd 1:45. 11265 ,mae n M5132 W' fp' J' " ff iz Q hy v 1 53' 19 S 1' H Yr l , 4""' , - Q Garafbaf - ibefermzlnazfzbn V xz ' 2 Srondmg: P. Grehl, I. Mencl, B, Brotschol, M. Kuczero, P. Rogers, B. Vonderstreet, P. Trccy, Susfer Marie leon, Coach, Kneeling: E. Weiner, D, Moore, P. Blake, K. Kelleher, E. OVBGIFDE, E. Sclwoedel, L. Szem. will N 'aaa , 4 ff I ,eg A has Peggy Bloke, co-captain Kathy Kelleher, co-coploin Lee Szem Marge Kuczerg Elaine Schoedel ' an dl x si 4 y Q .5 'af 76, ,X s i 2 Egg --N... if 3 Qevk, I.- l, S 9.1 'T -pa kg v 1, 'Q' ig Wi Q. -' ROC wow., l .1 4' A t-457155-f we Q 1-319' ll K ,,-,vw '5 -J ,, Y -4' A , it ' ! 7 Q A+ . A P .J i . If 3 M 3- 2 Uldera and Laurle Varga w,,,-nM, j :' m", Qf:Q,.- 4 , x,,V ,, , ' We " B 'fff ,,,, ' , , ' , I 5. 1 ,ws ' ' W.. A W H - gr' . ,fr ,1 N . V , - ff . - M 3 . 1.61 " , ."- he .,,, , V 5 ,, , jf , A ' mr , M , ..,,-,,:g we ,.f,M,k ,4 H , ,A,, , , ,, , , ,.,. , ,,,, H , , " gf Mg. Sl 42? Barbara Marm, Caplain Mlclcey Hamly and Kathy Ferrara Lal:-by Campbell, Co-Captam Walsh s cheerleaders lead The school ln some pre-game cheers. W 4 4' 1 f"'9' CSfUO6?I2f Gounczfyzpean erzhys x ,, ., i I B. Marin, B. Pace, and friends "fake five" of South Mountain Arena during The skaiing parfy. Sanras helper fMr. Pefersj enfertalns rhe srudenf body during The Chrisfmas assembly, M CopNey asks R, Gafonopios 'Where WIN It ali end?" M. Kuczera and date creare a romantic mood aT the Christmas Dance R. Barry rakes her fall rn good humor. .1 W W. il aff Greafes X562 Gene E. Schoedel is overwhelmed ot Wolsh's victory. Q u A V C. Rusok ond F. Lipumo weor smiles utter winning the senior locker decorating prize. ...WWW s . ay, M E li .X . .2'?F+1 K, we i V . K 5 . fi s l 1 . smug Q1 .ii ii ix R. Didyk is proud of her modern ort display ot the Irvington Library. Sr. Magdalene and seniors pose for o picture before porting for Expo '67. A. Hely, D. Smith, P. Firutc ond M. Honily leod the school during the Friday Folk Moss, 100 8 Through the yeors thot lie before us . , . Be our friend, our guide, oureMother. Loved Wolsh High. gn Wem 01416122 e771n6a1' f 60006170 j jfyarez In the rush ond excitement of groduotion, we pouse to remember Conthito. She died in April of l965, during our freshmon yecir, Although in Wolsh for only o short time, her obsence is still felt. .I 1 41 3.-t ff Mary Loughney, Gmc Golomopokas, Mary Ann CopNey, Pc? MiceH, cmd Drone Migofski ,,.,.,,m ,, If ff fi! , , - 4, Ki! 9 fx M, si! . ! ,fl lifffgff ,ffqgv Csfiwfyf Qgffffji JIZUUXIYU f1UfvDf2fQY di ,W Q , Q .vw n A Q a , 9 xv" W f Q- R A 5 'S Ns ming A 2 k J .. 'Q' A 175123 Q 'la ' 1 W,- -va-M if I? gf!-C4 w 4534" - --41 'fwacs A g .1 Q ,af Y V- ..,' x 5. 1. Rams 4 3323 N bf Ig, . Qi: Ia: Q 8, Q Y, V., ,Ee wgywuiagg To Our Seniors Keep your face always toward the sunshine, and the shadows will fall behind you." MR. MCGINNITY AND 3W Best of Luck and Future Happiness To Our Seniors: "Very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within yourself, in your way of thinking." Love, Peace, and Joy. MRS. GOOT AND 3Z Carol Rosemary Joanne Judy Jackie, Lisa Lols Nancy Claire Cathie Donna Cathy Irene Josephine Sister Pat POT Noella Marianne Nancy Ro Lucllle Esther Kathy Mcmlyn Marilyn Andy , Maureen Janice Pct Diane Linda R0 "The significance of a man is not in what he attains, but rather in what he longs to attain." Kahlil Gibran Claudia B, Linn Kathy M. Claudia S. Connie Bunnie Ange Susan Kathy B. Terry Patti Renie Pat C. Debbie G. Judy M. Jay V. Carol Kathy G. Linda Darty Eileen Barbara H. Barbara Q. Judy K. Mqry Kathy K. Shelly Debbie W. Denise Joyce Patty R. Barbara J. Karen Bunney Sister Ference KGFCIW A. Gina Beth T. Janice Nancy B. Jennie Kathy V. Eileen C. Janet Sharon Mary Pat T. Elaine Joyce W. Nancy G. Good Luck Debbie Nancy F. to the Marguerite Class of 68 Patty R. from the Joannie Karen K. Karen G. Mackie Paula 570 Chris Jeannie 8 SR. M. Susan Nancy L. Carol Ann Mary Lou Susan Linda Pat R. Beth O.B. Donna Motria Joyce S. Eileen Z. Our Cup Runneth Over With Congratulations For The Seniors SISTER PAULITA AND 2W BIG SISTERS, The measure of our happiness is the gifts of ourselves which we give to others. Lots of happiness to the greatest seniors. MRS. SHANAHAN AND 2Z Gina Pattie Romaine Donna Jenny Larissa Joanie Sue V Janet Laura Barbara Kathy THANKS Gert Eileen Kathy Roe l-lnClCl Maryann Pat Pat Joan Barbara Marla Adrienne V FROM Evelyn Kathy Lucy Joanne Arlene Betty Joanne Debbie Margaret Joanne Carol Valerie Joanne Donna Roberta Ellien Carol Paulette Nancy Liset Beu Barb Martha Margie Joy Karen Pat Michelle Laurie Ellen Glorie Gina Pm Sue P t Irene T l Luci Pom O Adele on' A Liz Diane Roma me Kathy Jdnle Judy Kathy Lesia MQW Ursula Terri Avery Anne Robin Cookie Ellen Jackie Linda Denise Kathy Evalyn Carol Jeannie Stephanie Annette Pat Diane Eljggfo Beth A. Lynn G. Mqriqnne Marilyn G. MarY 5- LUCY B- Christine B. Joyce C. Kathy M. Lucille N. Karen L. Sue F. Lucille P- Diane Reilly Margaret D. Jean Kane Jeannie V. Carol MC. :222:lzr5l'R. Lynn S. Linda V Debbie D. Linda O. Marie S. Mary Anne Y. Kcllly M' Debble R' Nancy p' Joan K. l-Ynn T- Dee D, PCll'll E. Sally H- Dee D. Bev C. CONGRATULATIONS from 1Z MRS. 0'CONNOR Janice Litia Carol Elleen Pat Javne Lisa Kathy Pat Marinne Linda Jackie Phyllis Marie Ellen Ellen Donna Thresa ill Congratulations to the Senior Class of '68 Compliments of FATHER McGUIRE! Q, 5 r l SPONSORS Charlotte Alloway Mrs. James Barry Fay A. Biunno Bobby Jann 81 his Rhythmaires Mrs. Marie Bogdan 81 Sons Mr. 8- Mrs. E. F. Brady Mr. 8- Mrs. Ned Brezezinski Miss Regina M. Burns Mr. 8- Mrs. W. E. Binko Bukowiec Meat Inc. John P. Caufield Cannon Electric lnc. Cap'n Cork, Union, N,J. Chris' Tavern Congratulations, Class of '68 Congratulations, Fred Harold J. Davis Marie 81 Danny Di Pietro Mr. 8m Mrs. Eugene Dmytrio A. Dombrowsky 81 Sons Dreyer's Market, Irvington Mr. 8- Mrs. Bruno Dubicki Mr. 81 Mrs. Eugene J. Dziuban Genie 81 Debbie Dziuban IO7 Mrs. H. T. Ell Mr. 8. Mrs. C. Evanik Mr. 8- Mrs. George Ellmer Mr. 8. Mrs. Francis Ellmer Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Farrell Vincent, Connie 8. Mary Ferraro Rev. James J. Finnerty A Friend Mr. 81 Mrs. Pat Fiumara Flaxman Dairy Mrs. Robert J. Fletcher A Former Student Mr. H. Garber Elizabeth M. Gaynor Stan 8. Renie Godlewski Rev. Thomas G. Grant Mr. 81 Mrs. Benny Gruppuso Marilyn Grzymala Meg Ghenis Best Wishes Globe Sign Service Mr. 81 Mrs. A. A. Hales Carol Hampp D. Hampp IO8 LL , GEORGE W. FROST AND SON Dear Faculty and Students: We welcome this opportunity to salute the 1968 graduating class of Archbishop Walsh High School. To the members of the Faculty and to the Parents of these students, we say congratulations, and may these students in the future years reward your efforts and sacrifices by living the les- sons they have learned and ever remain faithful to God and Country. Sincerely, George W. Frost and Son H29 Clinton Avenue Irvington ll, NJ. 5 Q ,.., .. X 11 5313555555559 A k k 9,5527 - ,em a 1+ Y we.: 1 - f,--- " . .f .... . STX 'M Y as X V -VVIIW 1 ' ig X X .yevzewx iw K , ,, ,s i , w r 1 - -W , MM . , -. l y ? , B ,. Sd 1 3 - Q , 1 4 1 qs ..Q 'T Rose A. McCarney McCrory, Union, N.J. Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. McNamara Mr. 8. Mrs. William Olvaney Mr. 81 Mrs. Emil Oranchak Parents Club of Archbishop Walsh High School William Penl Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Petrozzello Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Poliscoslro Mrs. Stanley Popek C. F. Presson Rev. Edward G. Price Mr. 81 Mrs. John M. Price Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Pulch Mr. Si Mrs. John Ramos Reed's Confectionery Eileen Riilershoffer Mr. 8l Mrs. N. Rubino Mr. 81 Mrs. Bernard Rubino Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Rusak Mr. 8. Mrs. Walter Rusak Edward F. Ryan ll0 BEST fx TO MARY the Class of 81 MRS. Street 07111 The Commun: ......... 3 f0f'45 Ye0fScsse.M-.--- iiil A ........ R eiii .... A c C l iiii ar . .. . ni. 3. MRS. A. IMINS .. s is in Q25-Jesse J 252 1 ., ,...u:,:W s- wif' lv z, Q1 la Q 5 , ..A, , 'J l , . e My Very Besf X ,. .,ll, e ,fo 1,. ,, V A . A 1. . ,A EQ J T .lai A F ,,ll . 1 ,Q f, Ja , , ,,, . . J, ' f f':'ff':E' U 'fg:1f,:1:,'zw . - , 1- VZ, ' w i e ' fri J, V, ff cf , aff' i 5. Sr F ww- Q. me aL,..,,,, W, Q, -5 . .U ,e ,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,, Wm. ., , .A-. -...i ., u. w l Q'b '.' 1 ' f , Y' .f,Af - . Mr. 8- Mrs. Thomas V. Schefler Mr. 81 Mrs. Schner Shraft's Pharmacy Mrs. Frank Soraci Mr. Michael Soraci Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Soraci Jess A. Soraci Mr. 81 Mrs. William Sozda Stan's Esso Service Joseph Sfaszkiw Mr. 81 Mrs. A. T. Szem Mr. 8- Mrs. J. Torsiello Martin Tomeceh The Valdes - Moreno Family Rev. Walter Walewski Mr. 8. Mrs. M. Walker Walker Drugs Mr. 81 Mrs. Herbert Weiner Mr. 8- Mrs. William Zelinsky Mr. Arthur Zucker Mr. 8. Mrs. Joseph F. Hely PATRONS Mr. 8- Mrs. J. Abramski Mr. 81 Mrs. J. V. Accardi Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Adamo Mr. Frank Adamo Mrs. Marie Adamo Mrs. Mary Ahlstrom ' Joe Albano Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis Alime Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry Allen AI and Barb Alpha Kappa Psi Al's Confectionery Mr. 8. Mrs. Victor Amalo Mr. F. Andles John Anello Florence Anello Sr. Marie Anthony Frank P. Anfuso Anonymous Charles A. Aquilino Mrs. Pauline Aquia Lynn Argalos "Arlene 81 Doug" Mr. 8. Mrs. J. Armas Sr. Mr. 8. Mrs. R. Armslrong Mrs. J. Arrants Mr. J. Arranls Aunf l.u 81 Uncle Angelo ll2 fs.: ..i-.. a 2 M .y .V V . w 'U 1 ' f ssyy. F A ,, ' --'i , , ,, . . fa 59 . l? .- p . - 2 l ., F 1 .... 11 .V ig . J 21221 4. ll a? xii! .f,,ggk,,Q, 14 - 'f ,,,.-pew is 7 'H I ff . 1 aw .. . ' - . I 'Lf l f. ' '49 -"' ,.,, ' sus.-. .... g lg ""' f fwiff ' 21 ? l ' l ' Y qFf3?iil? lu 522 1-za... Hag, ,Vg ' wif? . ..,. . Vyg, ,Z VV.. H ,V., , ,, 5 . I " 5, af-51, 'fl 5 - 'l '2121s1Ls1'I.e . ., ' - :.EQz,5T'l ' : mfijif: T'-333' ,. : -. 5 " ' 11 -- ' .-.' -V r S 5 2 4 1a W li i lf as E 3 s - .-C -1:-'...:.,LQ ' T35 -1,s1ge,.k--M f,,..," F' 7 H Claudia Babinski A2C Stanley Babinski Dale Babrowsky Mrs. Olive Baily Barney J. Baldino Theresa Baldino "Barb 8. Kenny" Beverly Barrows Jo Ann 8- Behy-Jean Bafaille Judy Bataille Mr. 81 Mrs. D. Balaille Thomas Bates Jeanie Bauderman Mrs. Gerard Bauderman Mr. Gerard Bauderman Beacon Jewelers Mr. 81 Mrs. Emmet Beahan Fred Bechler Mrs. Barbara Becker Grace Bellina Mrs. H. Benarick Mr. 8- Mrs. H. Benderofh Mrs. F. Benn Mr. F. Benn Mr. 8- Mrs. F. Benson "Good Old Bef" Annemarie Bergen II3 Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Bergen W. Berlin, M.D. Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Bernice Mr. 81 Mrs. George Berry Dorothy Bessman Best of Luck in '68 Mr. 81 Mrs. T. Betlow Thomas Betlow, Jr. Ill Mrs. Kathaleen Beyer Joseph Bronco Mrs. Rose Bialecki George Bienkowski Miss Matilda Bianco "Bill 81 Barb" "Bill 81 MaryIou" Mrs. E. Binder Connie Bisciotti '66 Mr. 81 Mrs. Dominick Bisciotti Michael Biunno John J. Blake Sam Bleiberg "Boddy 81 Diane" "Bobby" Mary Bolger Michael Bonifanti Janet R. Boppel Mrs. H. Borek Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Borowiec Anne Binko Billy Binko Carla Binko Linda Binko Joseph Binko ll4 'Ni- - sw MVN 'Z-To A-n,..,k gn-,W Ellen Brady Mrs. P. Braveffa Mr. Pat Bravefla Mary Ellen Broeker '66 Eileen Brophy Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Brophy Mrs. A. Brotschol The Brow Mr. 81 Mrs. A. R. Brignola Mr. 8. Mrs. F. Bruno Mrs. Louise Bubniak Mr. Frank Buglisi Doris Burgen Mr. William Burke Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Byrnes Jean Byrnes '67 "Buzzie" Mike Caffrey Sandy Calandrillo Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Calandrillo Mr. 8- Mrs. J. Callanan Rosemary Camporeale Mr. 8- Mrs. T. Camporeale Eleanor Canham Mrs. M. Canham Lillie Mae Canfy Mr. Joseph Capezzera Mr. 8- Mrs. Stanley Capik Mrs. Frances Cardino Helen Carlucci Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Carlucci "Carole 8- Richie" Mrs. J. Carr Pat Carrao '67 Mr. 8- Mrs. A. Carracino Mrs. Rose Carratura Nancy Lee Carrie James Carrigg, Jr. Josephine Carrubba Mr. 81 Mrs. D. Caruso Mr. 8. Mrs. J. R. Norman Casauban ll5 ima me-Q Nw Q 65 at Genarrio DePalma Christina DePaIma Maureen DePaIma Mr. 8- Mrs. F. De Mrs. A. De Troia Mrs. C. Devecka Mrs. De Vita Grace Dechiara Renata Didyk Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Dietz Joseph V. Digresso Mr. 8s Mrs. J. DiNola Barbara DiNicola Dippy 81 Dangles Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Dissler Connie Dashuia David Dave 81 Marie Mrs. L. DeAndrea Mrs. F. DeBenedicfis Mr. M. DeBenedic1is Mr. 8. Mrs.sJ. DeFabio Mr. 8- Mrs. A. DeFonzo Mr. 81 Mrs. R. DeJohn Mr. F. DeSimone, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Augie DeIGuercio Mrs. J. DeLucia Minnie Denard Alex A. DePaIma Mr. 81 Mrs. Thos. DePalma Noreen DePalma Santo I I 8 5 .2 E Eg iiiii' EVA' E? E ?"?2EWW .,, f ' 1 f ' -, ,v I 2 I . .., ii 2255 2 is 2 J . 1 "' 2 .... 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A SS .,.. , f nvfgi .2 Rh. faq .3 'gig fx 'M sig 2.5 an 45 FX NE Yi N X H. w WSJ its Y X 2: R s wsgfe .. iw miss 9 A 1 N Hxxggiii sex 'Q W ws R 'ff 'QXYS X Ns F xs ilxjtnkxk iqdqi W gf, QSQQMRHW ew H3 em Qi pxgfik 'How f . Q .. X X Rss 3 Q . S i W2 z si L . . F.. xx X ,..., . -- . ..,r.. -.g.sffQg'1 yy- . i-.".f2izz,x., .,.. . .. .. .,...,,1 :: Q sb vain l"3i-skiiis 825C, Nicholas Ditta Adeline Ditto Martin Eugene Dmytriev Alyssa Christine Dmytriev Janet E. Doherty Miss E. Nadine Donahue '67 Mr. 8. Mrs. F. Doran Mary Doran . Dot '67 Nancy Dougherty Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter J. Doyle Sr. Mr. Charles Doyle Joyce Ann Drogan '66 A. Dryburgh "The Dudes" Walter Dubicki Ora Duncan "Little Sir Echo" Edward 81 Mary Mr. 81 Mrs. M. J. Egan Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Egbert Rosemary Ellmer Mrs. A. Elsman Patti Epple A Mr. 8. Mrs. O. Ernst Florence Evin II9 Mary Foas A. Fairchild Mrs. Charles Fanning Miss Sally Fano Linn Fano '69 Mrs. Joseph Fashano Mr. 81 Mrs. Victor Fashano Jr. Donna Faugno Mary Ellen Farrell '64 Mr. 8- Mrs. Eugene Farrell Peggy Farrell '64 William Faulkner Edward Fazekas Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Fazekas Mrs. A. Federowicz Mrs. A. Federow D. Bruce Feiner Mr. 81 Mrs. J. J. Ferrara John Ferrara Rosemary 81 Linda Ferrara Mr. 81 Mrs. R. J. Ferrara Mr. Bl Mrs. Carl Ferriere Isabel Fidalgo Mr. 8- Mrs. W. Fitzgerald Mr. 8- Mrs. Fillinger Peggy Fitzgerald Miss Regina Firuta Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Fleming Ray C. Forse Jr. r 4 '-as sm ai -if: rf QE' ii'fs!5Hn,.!,i5i 5 QV .34 Wffl a FFUL6' 4 'iff 2 'JW Jael., HWEW +619 9 f Wfjfw H... ww Gm K A .f ...,, . . , QQ" 'iv 1 l THEQQRORT I-lARlusoN Auro Boov co. me F ssiei 14-16 south zofh sf. 9 F gg flrvington, NJ. lryington, N.J. it Bill Fox Foodstore John S. Fox, Jr. Ellen Fox Frank Uncle Fred Mr. 8x Mrs. P. Fragele Compliments of o Friend Mr. 8- Mrs. H. Fuehrer Mr. 8. Mrs. T. Furey Patricia Gaeb Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Gabel Maria Gaffney Eugenia Galanoplos Ruth Galanoplos Edward Gallagher Greta Garbage Mr. 81 Mrs. F. J. Gasser Mrs. Robert Gauthier Mr. 8- Mrs. C. Genabith Margo Geraghty Dolores Gerlesky "Gerry 81 Moe" '67 Mr. 8- Mrs. Giacobbe Mr. 8- Mrs. R. Gibney G.I. Joe Mr. 8 Mrs. P. Gillick Mrs. William G. Gilroy Mrs. E. Goddlod l2I Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Goitz Goodle-Lenn Gourmet Quality Liquor 81 Deli Mary Giuliano Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Glowski Mrs. L. Goc Good Luck Mary Jane Grace Gene Grangeia The Grangeia Family Grangeia's Meat Market Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Granieri Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Granowitz Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Grantuskas Debra Greenfeder Mr. 8x Mrs. Fred! Grehl J. Griggs Mr. 81 Mrs. Jos. Griswold Nancy Grzymala Mrs. A. Guadagnino Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Gubernat Sue Gubernat '67 Virginia Gudinas Rosemary Guidera John T. Gunther Marie J. Gunther l22 765 4 779-18th Ave. lrvington, N.J. Linda Haderthauer Mr. 8- Mrs. C. Hampton Debbie Halasiewicz Half of the Dirty Dozen Mrs. Mildred Halligan Samuel Halper Miss Florence Hanas Patricia Hanily '64 Charlotte Hanlon Hanuska Mr. 8- Mrs. B. Harris Mr. 8- Mrs. Edward Hasier Edward J. Hasier U.S.N. Mr. 81 Mrs. T. Healy Kathleen Heller '67 Jim 81 Joe Healy Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Herlihy Joanne Herre Mr. 8- Mrs. M. Herre Nancy E. Herzog Muriel H. Hines Mr. 8- Mrs. J. Hoag Mr. James J. Hoag, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Hob Jason Hobart Catherine Hociei Kimberly Ann Hogan Home Beautiful l23 Evelyn Hopey Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Horney Barbara Ann Horpi George 81 Stella Horpi Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Hotzgo Mrs. Howard Kafhy Huber '67 Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. P. Huber Engleberi Humperdink Brook Hungtingfon Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Hurley Mrs. Mary Huzar Mr. Holzschlog Imperial Family J. Iwaswczko Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Jacoby Catherine Jakosilz Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Jakubowski Mr. F. Januzeski Mrs. J. Januseski Mr. J. Januseski, Jr. Mrs. M. Januzeski Mr. A. Januzeski Mrs. R. Januzeski Margaret Jascur Jean Price Jenny 81 Ray Hillside High I'24 IWR. RADIO S JOYCE Mary F68 QIWRS SUJKOWSKI Newark, N.J. LLM Qffgwbf YV! Nw? , , KM, ff "" . , cfm fyuge-5-,lf fm-""' 4240.75 X.p6Pfm ?OY Mr. 8- Mrs. Edward Kisley Joyce Kleman Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Klingert Mary Klimowicz Elaine Klosowski Susan Klowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Klosowski Stanley Kluczek Mrs. George Knott Mr. George Knott P. Knuths Family Mrs. F. Koch Joe Koch Mr. 8. Mrs. Kocurka Mr. 81 Mrs. R. W. Kolster William Kolster Judy Komar Jeanne Komenek A. Sam Konkowskie Raymond V. Kosalka Eileen Koutsaftis Mr. 8- Mrs. A. Kozdemba L. Dennis Kozlowski Joseph Kowalski Mrs. Francis Kozak Stephanie Kozak Stephanie Kozak Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Kozarek Mr. 8g Mrs. Leo Koslowski Frank Kreder I26 . M .AQK .3 X X .wx W ewimrsa. K Ave. and the Y ou all Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. Krill Peter Kroechel Mr. 8- Mrs. Ben Kralik Agnes Kramer Mr. 8- Mrs. C. Kruczyk Mr. 8K Mrs. Z. Kuezera Roxane P.T. Kuehl Judy Kubeka Mrs. Sally Kuprafes Vicki A. Kuprafes Mrs. Adele Kurek Mrs. J. Kurtz Mr. F. Lambert Edmund J. Laubusch "Lawrence Lovers" Mr. 81 Mrs. David S. Lawrie Mr. 8. Mrs. K. Leary Mr. 8. Mrs. Gennaro Lebretti Charles H. Leidig Robert F. Leidig Len Patty Lennon '67 Florence Leone Linda Leone Marie Linfoh Ralph Litnitz E. Livingston l27 Mr. 81 Mrs. Peter Lombardi Mrs. Beverly Lopez Mr. Manuel Lopez Mr. 8. Mrs. R. Lord Mrs. Joseph Lordi Joseph A. Luciano Joe Lupton Nancy Lupton Mrs. Marie Lyons Mrs. William Lyons Mary Lynn Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Macalusa Mr. 81 Mrs. Marie Macaluso Mr. 8. Mrs. William Maffer Miss Frances Magliaro Mrs. M. Magliaro Mr. W. Magliaro Mr. 81 Mrs. John Maguire Mr. 81 Mrs. A. J. Maher Richard Makarewicz Sally Makarewicz Elizabeth Mallon John Mallon Pat Maloney Mr. Alfred J. Manser The Maplelon Sister Martha Marasciuolli M.P.F. l28 fi' if, Y, f nl!F""NL M . E f , . H I in thi ' Assoc Mfi xi 5 2 F Angelo Mermini Anthony Mermini Denise Mermini Etalo Mermini Joann Mermini Pat Mermini Ray Mermini Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Mermini Florence Meskill Filomena Messano Bill Miceli Greg Miceli Heathcliff Miculak Mrs. E. Milawski Anthony J. Milia Mrs. F. Minnick Mr. F. Minnick La Verne Mistretta Mitzi Lew Moccica Mr. Bl Mrs. James J. Mogauerf Mr. John Molinari Mrs. Michael Moran Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Morello Mr. 81 Mrs. William Morgan l30 EZ FUEL OIL L 1034 l 50 Park Irvington, 375- .FTE l09O Irvington, I 7 Springfield Maplewood, N.J. 761-6434 ANTHONY LANDSCAPER 2i 5WSBepufd Ave East Orange, N.J. A FRIEND "South Mounlain" Frank Massucio Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward F. Mioczek Mrs. Louise Mullenbeck Ed 8. Sue Mullane Anthony Muller Jimmy 8. Patrick Murray Laurehe Murray Thomas J. Murray Margaret Muracclioli Debbie McAdam '70 The McAdam Children Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard McAdam Miss M. McBreen The William McCandusses Thomas McCann Susan 8. JohnMcCann Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank McCarney Mrs. James McCarney Mr. 8- Mrs. T. McCarney Margaret McCarthy Emily Cena McDonald Kathy McEven Florence McFerren Edward G. McGrafh, Sr. l3l John J. McGrath The McGreevys Paul McGurren Denise McMahon The McMahon Family Mrs. Eleanor Nagy Mr. Joseph Nagy N.C.E. '67 Nellie Fear? Fan Club Mrs. Nicklaus Nip-n-Nibble Del. Mr. 81 Mrs. deNofaris Georgianna Noffe Mrs. Diana Nuzzo Mr. 81 Mrs. Carl Nyman Beth O'Brien Regina O'Brien Carol Opacity '65 Mr. Raymond O'Connor Joan Marie Orchardo Mr. 8- Mrs. A. Orchardo Nancy 8- Joseph Orchardo Mrs. M. Okuniewicz Mrs. J. Orlekowski Bill Olvaney Barbara Pace Mr. 8. Mrs. E. Pahde Joseph Pagnoffa Pal' 81 Ann's Pizza Mr. 81 Mrs. Philip Palma Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Palimeri Ralph Palumbo Gert Panico Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Pontorno Papa Rosebud Albert Pascavage Mr. 8. Mrs. Edward Paschik Estelle Pascavage Mrs. F. S. Patfeson Mrs. S. Pedalino l32 l33l Your 8' KRAENlER'S Auro Boov issnvice iiii I T85 l6th Ave. Newark, N.J. Otto Moravek - Owner 495 South Slreel B' 3-8413 Newark, N.J. Roofing Siding Gutters Leaders ssnvics smnon Automotive Service 'Road Service Cor- .Ct2C!HCell0f Ave- 3- N--I' ' S erovte COMPLIMENTS or g is Cedar iGrove, N.J. ii nowsns t MORAN 374 Bloy Street . Hillside Z, . 687-0854 "Say it with Flowers' CONGRATULATIONS TO MARGE and the Class of '68 MRS. K. BUKOWIEC Gun-I s. PAllNlA lNc. 105 sf. Newark, N.J. Manufacturers of fine Jewelry SAVALE AGENCY 67 Years of Insurance Service A. T. Szem, Solicitor 282 Main Street Orange, N.J. ESSO SERVICECENTER f Springfield Ave. S A 5MapIewood, N.J. cAnL's LuNcHy, I A i333 Liberty Ave. Hillside, N.J. 923-5663 Breakfast - Lunches - Take out orders Donated by GARDEN STATE BOWL Union, N.J. 688-2233 62 lanes nice place to bowl for nice people" Rube Borinsky, Prop. "A CONGRATULATIONS TO PAT Mr. 8. Mrs. Anthony Miceli Denise, Greg, Bill LINDELL ELECTRIC 270 Nesbit Terrace Irvington, N.J. 374-6728 Residential 8- Commercial Wiring JOHN POP BRENNAN 93 Madison Ave. Irvington, N.J. O7l I I 374-7055 Mr. 8- Mrs. L. Pennell Miss Antoinette Perilli Mr. 8. Mrs. O. Perillo Mrs. Joanne Perone Boys of Saint Peter's Orphanage Girls of Saint Peter's Orphanage Frank Petrucelli Mr. 8- Mrs. Wm. Pfeifer Kay Philburn Phyllis 8- Michael Mr. 8- Mrs. P. Philburn Joseph Piccolella Mrs. Fred Pickel Mrs. T. Pidgursky Mrs. A. Pieniek Mr. 8K Mrs. J. Pisciotta Mrs. M. Pistoria Mrs. Anna Placko Mr. 8. Mrs. C. Pluciennik "Porpose Queen" Kathy Powell Mr. 8. Mrs. G. Praschak Helen Pauline and Helen Camille Praschak M. F. Preis Kevin Price Mr. A. Provini Marian Provini Auntie Putrino Pydeski Family Michelle Rau Joseph M. Redden Mrs. Muriel Reheis Mr. 8- Mrs. John Reilly Mr. 8- Mrs. Joseph Reinhard In Memory of J. Harry Reilly Mrs. J. Harry Reilly Mr. 8- Mrs. A. Remondell Martin P. Reznak Ill Mrs. Adrian Riordan I33 Mr. W. Rittershofer Mrs. W. Rittershofer Rita's Confectionary Mr. 8- Mrs. D. Robertozzi Rochelle Albert Rocklein Barbara Rocklein James Rocklein Diane Byrnes Rodgers '61 Aurora Rodrigriez Mr. 8. Mrs. Paul Roedel Mr. 8. Mrs. Wm. Roeltgen Mary Brigid Rogers '67 P. Matthew Rogers Mrs. P. Matthew Rogers Patty Rogers Ralph Romanelli Mr. 8l Mrs. Rolle Mr. 8l Mrs. L. Romano Amelon Romaniw Mr. 8. Mrs. T. Ross Patrick Rotchford The Rossnagels Mrs. Irene Rozembaigies Roseann Rubino '66 Sue Rubino '68 Mr. 81 Mrs. John Rummel Leslie Rupprecht Trudy Rusak Mr. 8. Mrs. Stephen Rusnak Mrs. Rush Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Russomanno Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Russo 81 Boys Jo-Ellyn Ryoli '67 Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph P. Ryall Mr. 8l Mrs. A. J. Ryan Edward Ryan Mike Ryan Mr. 8. Mrs. Peter Ryan Mr. 8- Mrs. Robert Ryan I34 6 1? J A Sal Prop R J J Auto Inspection Avenue Cor. Lenox Avenue Irvington, N.J. V' The of 68 i J,.,,.....--M. ,--W -K NJ. Team 3. Cheeka W. Pilot J Whelan y 22nd St. 372- SON Mrs. Catherine Ryder Mr. 8- Mrs. A. Sable Mr. 8. Mrs. J. Saluk Sally and E. J. Aunt San Mr. A. Santoro Mrs. C. Santoro Grace Saporito Sharyn Saunders Mrs. J. Schoffern Danise Scheik Mr. Bt Mrs. C. Scherer Mrs. M. Schild Marguerite Schmetz Carol Schoenknecht Mr. D. Schofield Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Schofield Mrs. C. Schott Mr. 81 Mrs. Schuebel Cathy Scott Kathleen Scott Gerri Schurmann Seaside Rita Sibor Michelle Seredvick Seylaz Family Mr. 8. Mrs. R. Sharon Mr. 8- Mrs. G. Shown Owen R. Shea '59 J. J. Shea Mr. 8- Mrs. H. T. Shea Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Shumsky Mr. 8- Mrs. G. Seine Joseph Silvestri Joseph M. Simone Wendy Sinatra Mrs. Moe Singer Adolph Sink, Sr. I35 Emma Siracusa Mr. 8m Mrs. C. Siswo Stephen 8K Leonard Siswo Pat Sitek Mrs. E. Skokna Mr. 8K Mrs. LeRoy Smith Mr. 81 Mrs. H. Speadman Agnes Speich Leo Solenski The Soltis Family Soozi Alice Sousa Manuel Sousa Carolyn Sozda Mr. 81 Mrs. D. Spriet Anne Stachowicz Arthur Staikos Terence Stamp Stan 81 Kathy Mr. 8. 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