Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1960
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With pride, We, the class of 1961
MRS. CATHERINE FELTER
make this dedication.
We, the class of 1961, dedicate this Ardsleyan to you, Mrs. Felter, our class adviser and true
For the students in Ardsley, you have been a never-ending source of guidance and cheerful
assistance. We have always felt secure in knowing that we could come to you with any problem
that troubled us and find true concern and the best aid you could offer. Your understanding nature
is evident because you have stayed close to the students and to the things we consider important.
Because we realize and appreciate the sincerity of your interest and concern for the students of
Ardsley and the activities of our class, we are proud to dedicate the 1960 yearbook to you, Mrs.
Felter, an outstanding influence on out lives.
Tribute to Departed Friends
IN MEMORIAM-BRUCE COOK
As one who always gave fervently of his whole self to all things in which he endeavored, the
memory of BRUCE COOK will remain ever-present with us. Quiet and reserved as only poise and
self-conlidence can make a person, he was outstanclingly well-manneredg he always thought first to
show consideration for others.
His intelligence was exemplified by his longstanding membership in the Honor Society and by
his acceptance at Purdue University. As a member of the football team, he acted primarily for the team
as an entity rather than to gain personal recognition. Endowed with an amiable sense of humor, his
easy laughter warmed the hearts of those around him.
Because he participated with his whole self in all things, Bruce has left with us not only an
indelible memory but has perpetuated hisenthusiasm and considerate manner spiritually as part of us
-and that cannot be erased from our hearts.
Although we were unable to obtain a suitable picture of MR. CARMINE PASCONE for pub-
lication, we know that his memory is instilled deeply in all those who knew him. Especially we,
the teenagers, who laughed and talked almost daily with him and were greatly benefited by the acts
of kindness he did for us, will carry forever the memory of his engaging personality.
We are comforted by knowing that one who lived so good a life as he did must have achieved
reward greater than any obtainable on earth.
Expert chemists direct and conduct our experiment
DR. BURT P. JOHNSON
Mrs. Martha Ciofalo
Mrs. Juanita W. Bergen
Dr. Burl johnson
MR. CHARLES W. HOREND
Asxistant Supervising Principal
...in this, the science of education
DR. JAMES S. CARNRITE
High School Principal
To the Class of 1960:
It has been a great personal and professional pleasure for me to be associated with
the class of 1960. Perhaps the many changes you have experienced will serve to provide
you with the adaptability demanded by a changing society.
I sincerely hope that as you leave Ardsley High the multitude of problems in this
anxious world will appear as endless possibilities of exciting challenges. As you meet and
contribute to the solution of some of these problems, I wish you a successful, purposeful
and happy life.
dealing With the minds of Outh..
Mrs. Jane Arnold
Dr. James Carnrite
Mrs. Jeannette Kight
MR. FRANK KLUGE
Assistant Principal of the High School
M-A l ' Miss Theresa DeNardo
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Seated: Mr. Kenneth Brown, Dr. Burt P. Johnson, Dr. James S. Carnrite,
Mr. Charles Horend, Dr. William F. O'Connor.
and having the supervision of others prominent in this field
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Robert Lundberg, President
Mr. jackson Browning, Vice-President
Mr. Ogden Prestholdt
Mrs. Evelyn Sullivan
Mr. Anthony Waldeier
Mrs. Anne L. Huesgen, Clerk of the Board
Mrs. Helen Morrison, Treasurer
Mr. Edward E. Aim, Counselor
Dr. Burt P. johnson, Supervising Principal
Front: Mr. A. Waldeier, Mr. R. Lundberg, Mrs. E. Sullivan. Back: Mrs. A. Huesgen, Mr. J. Browning,
Dr. B. P. Johnson, Mr. O. Prestholdt.
A driving incentive to oung minds, ..
Mr. Edgar D. Allen Mr. Richard C. Baldwin Miss Barbara Beyer Mrs. Carmen Brennan Miss Lillian M. Caprice
Grade 7 and 8 Dramatics, Speech Grade 7, English School Nurse, R.N. English I and II
Mathematicx Grades 7-8 Art B.A. New York Post Graduate M.A.
M.A. Mechanical Drawing St. Lawrence University Hospital Fordham University
N. Y. S. C. T., Albany B.A.
Mr. Stanley H. Cramer Mr. Bradford S. Doane Mr. Arthur E. Dycke Mr, Everett Einhom Mrs, Eva S, Ellis
English II and IV School Pxychologist Grade 8, World History H,S, Mathematics French
M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A.
Albany State Teachers' City College of Hunter College Columbia University Brussels University
College New York New York University
Miss Joan T. England Mrs. Patricia A. Ernst
Mr. Robert M. Falvo Mrs. Catherine Felter Mr. Clarence E. Felter
Social Studies' Grade 7 arid 8 Grade 7 American Hixtory History
World Hiflvry H vmemakmg M.A. World History M.A.
M-A. B-A- Columbia University M.A. Bucknell University
.. these are the catalysts
Mr. Thomas J. Figlia Mr. William J. Graney Mr. Joseph Greco Mr. Howard T. Hartman Mr, Robert L, Hesse
Grade 7 Physical Education Musical Education Industrial Arts Gmde 7 4nd 8
B.S. M.A. B.S. M.A. M.A.
Cortland State Teachers' Columbia University Potsdam State Teachers New York University Columbia University
Mrs. Ruth H. Howes Mr. Michael Jackman Mr. Paul J. Koors Mr, Stewart D. Kranz Mrs, Audrey E, Landau
Home Economics Physical Education Guidance Counselor Art Grade 7 gnd 3
M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A. French
Columbia University New York University Columbia University Columbia University' B.A.
Mr- Joseph I-if0WifZ Mr. John H. McCarty Mr. Leonard T. Neil Mr. John Ouligian Mrs. Elisa Palacios
Plffyiif-V, General Science Science Grades 7-9 Guidance Counselor Mathematics Spanish
M.A. Biology M. Ed. M.A. M.A.
New College M. Ed. Springfield College Columbia Hunter College
C01l1I11bi2 UI1iVe1'SifY Springfield College Teachers' College
'An agent used in chemistry to speed up a
which stimulate the reaction.
Y Mr. Alvin YA. Parker Mr. John W. Patterson Miss Cornelia Patteson Miss Dorothy M. Pelda MN- Edith C- Reckard
Chemistry Grade 7, 8, and 9 Business Subjects English 1 and I1 librarian
General Science Mathematics M.A. M,A, M.L.S.
M.S. B.A. Columbia University New York University Syracuse University
Albany State College University of
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Miss Helen G. Robbie Miss Grace A. Roll Miss jean C. Smith Miss Augusta J. Sveen Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
Latin, Spanish Physical Education English Il and III Business Education Grade 8
M.A. M.A. B.F.A. B.A. M.A.
New York University Columbia University Drake University Univ. of Washington Columbia University
Mrs. Adelyne Urtnowski Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent Miss Margaret Wesp Mr. Robert Williams Miss A. Jenele Wride
Grade 7, General Science Director of Music Grade 7 Industrial Arts Guidance Counselor
Biology Ed. M. B. Pd. Driver Education M.A.
M.A. Temple University New York Training B,S, Columbia University
Columbia University School Oswego Stare
New York University Teachers' College
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SENIORS at last, we look hack over the fruitful years
of our high school career. We remember the excitement of
entering high school and our untold enthusiasm in that all-
important magazine campaign which we, mere lower class-
In our Sophomore year we tasted of Ardsley's renowned
outdoor education program. Will any of us ever forget that
wonderful week at Biology Camp? Oh, yes, we all worked so
hard on the Sophomore PX and came our with a fantastic
profit of over 515000.
Senior Class Ojicers
President Michael Mondelli
Vice-President Joanne Riccio
Secretary Catherine Cassano
Treasurer George Norton
Crcug, George, Dove, Bull
Bob Dems Gary Julie
the Seniors in daily activities.
Enthusiasm carried us right into our junior year. Here
we pooled our resources and put out a Medalist Ardsleyan
yearbook. It was in this year that we moved to our new
school, and amidst these new and not yet ivy-covered walls
we carried on the tradition of a class which was to make its
And in this, our last year, so many wonderful events
will always remain in our memories: our new Senior Room,
our great Senior Play C"Girl Crazy"-the first musical ever
to be produced in Ardsleyj, the birth of a football team in
Ardsley, that fabulous Washington trip and as a fitting end
to four memorable years-graduation ceremonies.
Senior Class Advisers
Mr. Stanley Cramer
Mr. Clarence Felter
Mr. john Ouligian
Linda Judy, Sue, Pat
Dennis, Gar, Dennls
Nelson, Mlke, Jay,
Penny, Nancy, Carol
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EDWARD M. AIM
He Started to Sing as He Tackled the
Thing That Couldn't Be Done and He
Honor Society 9 yearsg Second Degree 2
years, Third Degree 2, 3, 45 Ardsleyan
Photography Committee, Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Chorus 3, 4, Clef Club 3, 4, Orchestra 11,
2, 3, 4, Regional Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 All
State Orchestra 1, 3, 49 Varsity Basketball
3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Captain lg
Jr. Varsity Baseball lg Track 3, 4, Spanish
Club 3g Yearbook Club 23 Ushers' Club 1,
2, 3, 4g Danny and in Orchestra of "Girl
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JOSEPH E. BENINATI
Honest Labor Bears a Handsome Face
Panther Speaks Printing Editor 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Varsity Baseball 25 Jr.
Varsity Baseball lg Varsity Wrestling 3g
Intra-Murals: Football 1, 2, Softball 1, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 3g
Technicians' Club 1, 23 Art Club 3: Senior
Anthology Printing Editorg Gieber of
"Girl Crazy," Chairman of Ticket and
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Here ls a True and Industrious Friend
- KJ Honor Society 1 year, Varsity Baseball 2,
1165 H12 G 41015 -5, 4g Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Captain 2,
Varsity Football 4, Intra-Scholastic Foot-
ball 3g Varsity Wrestling 3g Intra-Murals:
JYO Basketball 2, 4, Football 25 Math Club
President 4, Chorus member and dancer
My I in "Girl Crazy."
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A Little Nonsense Now and Then Is
Relished by the Best of Men
Vice-President 25 Varsity Baseball 3g Intra-
Scholastic Football 3, Intra-Murals 45
Technicians' Club 39 Chefs' Club 3, Science
Club 25 Student Court 45 Hall Monitor 45
Wrestling 35 Gieber of "Girl Crazy."
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ROGER V. CAGLE
Silence 1: Valuable and Admirahle
Honor Society 3 years5 Second Degree 1
year5 Ardsleyan Circulation Committeeg
Track 1, 25 Intra-Murals: Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Spanish Club 35 History Club 45 Science
Club 1, 2, Treasurer 25 Chemistry Club,
President 45 Math Club 45 Theater Group
45 "Girl Crazy" Stage Crew.
DONALD R. CLARKE
I Am the Captain of My Fate and the
Master of My Soul
President 15 Honor Society 9 years5 Second
Degree 1 year5 Third Degree 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, President 45 Ardsleyan Pro-
motion Editorg Panther Speaks 4, Sports
Editor 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Regional Band
45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45
Regional Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 4, Captain 45 Jr. Varsity Basketball
1, 2, Captain 25 Varsity Baseball 2, 35 Jr.
Varsity Baseball 15 Varsity Football 3, 45
Student Council 15 Orchestra, "Girl Crazy."
CATHERINE LUCILLE CASSANO
The Only Way to Have a Friend Is
to Be One
Secretary 45 Honor Society 5 yearsg Second
Degree 2 years5 Ardsleyan Typing Editor5
Panther Speaks Typing Committee 45 G.
A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Leaders'
Club, President 45 Graduation Usher 35
Business Club 35 Mimeographers' Club,
Typing Committee 35 journalism Club 15
Inter-Scholastic Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bad-
minton 1 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 45 Chorus
member of "Girl Crazy."
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A Silent, Peace-Loving Young Man
Honor Society 5 years5 Second Degree 1
year5 Ardsleyan Art Committee5 Varsity
Football 45 Intra-Scholastic Football 35
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra-Murals: Football 1,
2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Base-
ball 15 Technicians' Club 3 45 French Club
2, 35 Dramatics Club 35 journalism Club
15 Chefs' Club 35 Clerk and in Chorus
and Quartette of "Girl Crazy."
LINDALEE DE BACKER
She Was Born with the Gift of Laughter
and a Flair for Art
Ardsleyan Art Committeeg G. A. A. 1, 2, 39
Art Club 1, 2, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45
Sewing Club 15 Chairman of the Design
Committee of "Girl Crazy."
product of our project.
SANTA DE ROCHA
Cheerfnlness and Efficiency Go
Hand in Hand
Girls' Athletic Association 1, 25 Panther
. Speaks Typing Committee 45 Sewing Club
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ji f raphy Committee5 Varsity Cheerleader 3,
llli 5. ' 1 45 G, A. A. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Inter
Scholastic: Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 2,
get -':. 5, Field Hockey 45 Hall Monitor 35 Twirl
ing 25 French Club 25 Dramatics Club 4
Patsy of "Girl Crazy."
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LYNNE D. DRUCKER
Virtue ls the Truest Nohility
Honor Society 7 yearsg Second Degree 1
yearg Ardsleyan Ad Committee5 Ardsleyan
Art Committeeg Panther Speaks 55 Chorus
25 Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 Jr. Varsity
Cheerleader 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders'
Club 45 Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 45
Yearbook Club 25 History Club 45 Dra-
matics Club 45 Senior Anthology Book
Review and Character Sketch Editorg
journalism Club 15 Tess of "Girl Crazy"
and Chairman of Costume Committee.
JUDITH MARION ERICSON
There Is No Cosmetic for Beauty
Transfer from Christopher Columbus
High Schoolg Panther Speaks Typing
Committee 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 33
dancer of "Girl Crazy."
We recall their private domain,
Quiet at First, but Look Again!
Honor Society 2 years, Ardsleyan Art
Committee, G. A. A. 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club
2, Art Club 1, 4, Dramatics Club 4,
Journalism Club lg "Girl Crazy" Prop
JULIEN DOUGLAS FREEMAN
Few Things Are Impossible to
Diligence and Skill
Honor Society 7 years, Second Degree 3
yearsg Ardsleyan Advertising Editor 33
Senior Anthology Editor-in-Chiefg Band 1,
2, 3, 4, President 2, Librarian 35 All State
Band 15 Regional Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance
Band lg Dance Sextet 2, Varsity Baseball
Manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra-Murals, Gradua-
tion Usher 3g Yearbook Club 23 Ushers'
Club 35 French Club 2, 3g History Club 43
Math Club 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Librarian
2g National Honor Society 43 Slick and in
Orchestra of "Girl
CORINNE MARIE GALGAY
A Soft Answer Turns Away Wmth
Honor Society 3 years, Ardsleyan Photog-
raphy Committee, Ardsleyan Ad Commit-
teeg jr. Varsity Cheerleader 39 Varsity
Cheerleader ,3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45
Student Council 49 Yearbook Club 23
Journalism Club lg Kate of "Girl Crazy."
Carefree and Fun-loving, That's His Way
Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball
1, 2g Intra-Scholastic Football 35 Varsity
Football 4, Captain 4, Intra-Murals: Foot-
ball l, 2, Basketball l, 2g Technicians'
Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 25 Honorable
Mention Western Westchester League
Football All-Stars 4, Stage Manager of
"Girl Crazy" and Chairman of Technical
the Senior Room, .
Music Is Well Said to Be the Speech
Transfer from Lincoln High School, Ards-
leyan Business Editorg Band 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 2, Librarian 33 Regional Band 2, 3,
4g Orchestra 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi-
dent 4g Ushers' Club 2, 33 Dramatics Club
2, French Club 2, 3, President 2, 3g Senior
Anthology Assistant Editor 43 Clef Club 45
Accompanist and Orchestra member of
JUDITH ANN GOLDMAN
Art Is a Veritahle Fountain of Youth
Honor Society 7 yearsg Second Degree 2
yearsg Ardsleyan Art Editorg Panther
Speaks Art Committee 4, Feature Commit-
tee 45 Chorus 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 43 Yearbook
Club 29 Art Club Secretary-Reporter lg
Dramatics Club 3, 43 French Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 History Club 3,
4g Senior Anthology Art Editor, Poetry
Editorg journalism Club lg Chorus mem-
ber of "Girl Crazy."
I Shall Go Softly All My Years
Honor Society 5 yearsg Second Degree 2
yearsg Ardsleyan Copy Editor's Assistantg
Chorus 1, 2, 3g Clef Club 3, 45 Regional
Chorus 35 Graduation Usher 35 National
Honor Society 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 45 French Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, Treasurer 35 History Club 43 Jour-
nalism Club lg Flora and Prima Danceuse
of "Girl Crazy."
ROBERT KIPP HASSELL
Confidence Is the Conqueror of Men
Vice-President lg Honor Society 4 yearsg
Ardsleyan Photography Committeeg Ards-
leyan Ad Committee, Panther Speaks As-
sistant Editor 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter
2, Librarian 3G Jazz Sextet 23 Westchester
Pops Band 43 Varsity Basketball 4g jr.
Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Baseball
33 jr. Varsity Baseball 13 Intra-Murals:
Basketball 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
2g Student Court 4, Art Club l, 25 Hall
Monitor 4g Orchestra member of "Girl
C. NELSON HOY
But the Man Worthwhile Is the One Who
Will Smile When Everything Goes Dead
Honor Society 9 yearsg Second Degree 2
years, Third Degree 4, Treasurer 49 Ards-
leyan Circulation Editorg Panther Speaks
Assistant Editor 45 Cross Country 3, 4,
Captain 45 Track 25 Science Club 2, Vice-
President 2g Croton Biology Camp Coun-
selorg Danny of "Girl Crazy" and Business
Silence ls More Eloquent Than Words
Honor Society 1 yeatg Ardsleyan Typing
Committeeg G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Business Club
3, 43 Mimeographers' Club 33 Sewing Club
Zg "Girl Crazy" Prop Committee
the fabulous Beatmk
CAROL ANN HUGHES
The Quietness with a Purpose
Ardsleyan Typing Committee, G. A. A.
1, 2, Sewing Club lg Guidance Oflice As-
sistant 43 "Girl Crazy" Prop Committee.
LAURA J. HUGHES
What Wisdom Can You Find That Is
Greater Than Kindness
Honor Society 8 years5 Second Degree 3
years5 Ardsleyan Technical Copy Editor5
Chorus 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 45 Dramatics Club
1, 2, 45 Yearbook Club 25 Art Club 1, 2, 3:
Chemistry Club 45 Iphegenia Greek
Chorus 35 Journalism Club 15 Chorus
member and dancer of "Girl Crazy."
Dance, and the Work,
Always Smilingg A Friend to All
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Jr. Varsity Baseball
1, 25 Intra-Scholastic Football 35 Varsity
Football 45 Intra-Murals: Football 1, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Honorable Mention
Western Westchester League Football All-
Stars 45 Pete of "Girl Crazy."
ALFRED W. IZZOLO
A Cheerful Disposition Wins Popularity
Transfer from Cardinal Hayes High
School5 Vice-President 35 Honor Society
4 years5 Ardsleyan Photography Commit-
tee5 Band 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President
35 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Jr. Varsity Bas-
ketball 25 Varsity Football 45 Intra-
Murals: Football 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Student
Council 45 Hall Monitor 45 Student Court
45 Pete of "Girl Crazy."
PETER C. JAEGER
A Wise Man Never Loses Anything
If He Has Himself
Honor Society 4 years5 Second Degree 1
year5 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Chefs' Club 3,
45 History Club 45 Dramatics Club 15
Science Club 1, 25 Intra-Murals: Football
1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 35 Chorus member of
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The World Is His Stage
Panther Speaks 3g Band 1, 2, Art Club lg
French Club 2g History Club 43 Science
Club 2, 4, Key Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1, 25
Intra-Murals 1, 2, 5, 4, journalism Club lg
Theater Group 4, Varsity Track 1, 29
Clerk and in Chorus of "Girl Crazy."
ANNA B. KOVACIK
Gentleness More Powerful Than
Honor Society 6 years, Second Degree 2
yearsg Ardsleyan Ad Committee, Ardsi
leyan Circulation Committeeg Ardsleyan
Photography Committee, Chorus 1, 25 G.
A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Leaders Club 3, 4, Spanish
Club 4, Secretary 4, Graduation Usher 3g
Yearbook Club Secretary 2, Sewing Club
3, Ushers Club 25 Dramatics Club 43
Journalism Club lg Theater Group 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 4g Chorus member of
ROSEMARY ANNE KERR
Wisdom and Goodness Are Twin-born
Honor Society 4 years, Second Degree l
year, Ardsleyan Circulation Committee,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All County Choir 3, 4g
Clef Club 3, 43 Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2,
3, 4, Assistant Captain 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3,
4, Spanish Club 4, Yearbook Club 25 Sew-
ing Club 3, Dramatics Club 43 History
Club 4, Journalism Club lg Hall Monitor
45 Student Court 45 Chorus member of
hard but rewarding
SUSANNE DOROTHY KREYMBORG
Sing Away Sorrowg Cast Away Care
Ardsleyan Typing Committee, Panther
Speaks 3, 4, Typing Committee 4, Chorus
3, 45 G. A. A. 1, Business Club 3g Mime-
ographers' Club 39 Sewing Club lg Dra-
matics Club.4g Chorus member of "Girl
JANE LUCILLE KUHLMANN
The Young and the Fair
Honor Society 7 yearsg Second Degree 2
yearsg G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 35
Art Club lg "Girl Crazy" Design Com-
:Jn the Senior thesis.
N A Nature
"Girl Crazy," Stage Crew.
A Gentle Humor and 4 Peace-loving
Varsity Baseball 5, 4g Jr. Varsity Baseball
A 1, 25 Varsity Football 4g Intra-Murals:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Zg Chefs'
' Club 55 Chorus member and dancer of
, ANNETTE ANGELA LIVERZANI
, ,.. " Humor Is the Harmony of the Heart
Ardsleyan Typing Committeeg Panther
Speaks Typing Committee 3, 43 Chorus 4g
p Sewing Club 15 Business Club 33 Mime-
,i:1'g, K i ographers' Club 33 Guidance Oliice As-
sistant 45 "Girl Crazy" Prop Committee.
JAMES MARTEN LOCKER
So Much Is a Man Worth as He
Ardsleyan Circulation Committee, Varsity
Football 45 Intra-Murals 1, 35 French Club
2, 3g History Club 43 Science Club 2g Math
Club 4, Eagle Rock of "Girl Crazy."
AMA! A - 1
As Merry as the Day Is Long
Transfer from Burlingame High School,
Burlingame, Californiag Chorus member
of "Girl Crazy."
KATHLEEN MARY MALLEY
Honor Society 1 year, Ardsleyan Ad Com-
mittee, Ardsleyan Circulation Committeeg
Panther Speaks 3, 4g Chorus 4, Secretary
4g G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Leaders Club 3, 4g
History Club 35 Journalism Club 1, Chorus
member of "Girl Crazy."
We remember the
O, It Is Excellent to Have a Gianfs
Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball 1, 25 Inter-Scholastic Football 3, Var-
sity Football 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain
4g Dramatics Club 4, Lank of "Girl Crazy,"
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The Winner Is He Who Gives Himself
to His Work, Body and Soul
Transfer from Roosevelt High School,
Track Zg Wrestling 3g Business Club 45
Messenger in Iphegenia 35 Chorus mem-
ber of "Girl Crazy."
DENNIS JOSEPH MCDONOUGH
A Little Nonsense Adds Spice to Life
Transfer from Iona Preparatory School3
Varsity Football 4g Jake and Dancer in
First musical Pla , . ..
He That ls Slow to Anger ls Better Than
Transfer from Cardinal Hayes High
Schoolg Treasurer 2, 3g President 43
Honor Society 8 yearsg Second Degree
3 yearsg Ardsleyan Assistant Editorg Pan-
ther Speaks Circulation Editor 43 Intra-
Scholastic Football 33 Varsity Football 43
Track 2, 3, 43 Intra-Murals: Basketball
2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Football 23 Spanish Club
Secretary-Treasurer 39 Student Council 3,
43 Student Court 4g Hall Monitorg Chorus
member and dancer of "Girl Crazy."
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PATRICIA ANN MCDONOUGH ,OI
A Merry Heart Makes a Cheerful
Treasurer 13 Secretary 33 Honor Society 5
years3 Arzlsleyan Feature Copy Editorg
Panther Speaks Editor-in-Chief 43 Chorus
2, 3, 4, President 43 Regional Chorus 3, 43
G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Club 2g Ushers
Club 3, 4, Secretary 3g Hall Monitor 33
Twirler 1, 23 Journalism Club lg Chorus
member and dancer of "Girl Crazy," Co-
Chairman of Program Committee.
BARBARA JEAN MEAD
Laughter Ripples from Her Eyes
Ardsleyan Typing Committee3 Ardsleyan
Photography Comrnitteeg Panther Speaks
Recording Secretary 43 Chorus 4g G. A. A.
43 Yearbook Club 2g Dramatics Club 43
Hall Monitor 33 Journalism Club 13 Tess
of "Girl Crazy," Chairman of Props Com-
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ROBERT DANIEL MULVEY
A Blue Eye ls a True Eye
Panther Speaks 33 Varsity Basketball 3, 4,
Co-Captain 4g Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2g
Varsity Baseball 4g Jr. Varsity Baseball 1,
2g Varsity Football 45 Hall Monitor 4g
Student Court 4g Intra-Murals: Football
1, 2, 33 Police Sergeant and dancer and
in Chorus of "Girl Crazy."
ADELE ANNE MURPHY
Lovely to Look Atg Delightful to Know
Transfer from Forest Hills High Schoolg
Panther Speaks Typing Committee 4g
Chorus 3, 4g Varsity Cheerleader 3, 49 G.
A. A. 2, 5, 4, Hall Monitor 3g Inter-Schol-
astic Volleyball 3, Patsy of "Girl Crazy."
RUSSELL J. MUCKLE, JR.
Good Humor Makes All Things Tolerahle
Jr. Varsity Baseball Manager lg Intra-
Scholastic Football 35 Varsity Football 49
Technicians' Club 4g Yearbook Club 2g
Chefs' Club 35 Dramatics Club 4, Varsity
Wrestling 3g Intra-Murals: Football 1, 2,
Basketball 1 2 3 Sam of Girl Crazy."
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orus 3 4 rchest 1 I Vicelgr
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Manager 3, 43 J . ar 'ty as al 5
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Ushers' Club 3, 4g d ou 3
Monitor 4g Quartette arid Orc tra me
ber of "Girl Crazy." '
Tall in Stature, Tall in Ideas
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 3
years, Third Degree 4, Ardsleyan Ad
Committeeg Ardsleyan Circulation Com-
mitteeg Men's Quartet 3g Jr. Varsity Bas-
ketball 2g Track 3g Spanish Club 49 Grad-
uation Usher 3g Chefs' Club 25 Dramatics
Club 4, Treasurer 45 jake and in Quar tte
of "Girl azy
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Where the W'illingness Is Great, the
l l 1 DiHiaulties Cannot Be Great
1 111 'y L Honor Society 2 yearsg Ardsleyan Adver-
E S gs rising Editorg Track 3, 4: Technicians'
. l b 29 Yearbook Club 23 Hall Monitor
gg is , 5 5 nt Court 45 Intra-Murals: Baseball
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2 ' Enthusiasm Excels All
Q li: S of Society S years Ardsley-n Ad
l, mmirree: Panther Speaks Typing Cum-
li' ' ittee 4g Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4g G. A.
' A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Leaders' Club 3, 4, Secretary.
ll --f t 'Treasurer 4, Yearbook Club 2g Mimeog-
'idi - faphers' Club 3: Journalism Club, Vice-
Q -,., V K 0.1 President lg "Girl Crazy" Co-Chairman of
S t e Program Committee.
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Mm Nothin Great Was Ever Achieved
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 3
yearsg Third Degree 4g Ardsleyan Editor-
in-Chiefg Panther Speaks Assistant Editor
43 Jr. Varsity Basketball 23 Intra-Scholastic
Football 3g Varsity Football 4g Spanish
Club, Vice-President 3, Yearbook Club Zg
journalism Club lg Intra-Murals: Base-
ball' 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 3, 45
Student Council 43 Graduation Usher 35
American Legion Representative to Boys'
Stateg National Honor Society 4g Sam of
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A Good .Laugh Enriclaes the Soul
Transfer from Forest Hills High School,
Intra-Scholastic Football 5, Varsity Foot-
ball 4g Varsity Baseball 4, "Girl Crazy"
Her Wfayx Are Ways of Pleasantness
and All Her Paths Are Peace
Vice-President 4, Honor Society 9 yearsg
Second Degree 2 yearsg Third Degree 5,
4, Recording Secretary 4, Ardsleyan As-
sistant Editorg Varsity Choir 1, 2g G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 43 Leaders' Club 3, 45 Spanish Club
43 Graduation Usher 53 Yearbook Club 23
Ushers Club 2g Dramatics Club Secretary
4, Journalism Club Secretary 15 Senior
Anthology Non-Fiction Editorg National
Honor Society 4g Chorus member of "Girl
GEORGE T. RAMIN
The Ever-reigning King of Wit
Honor Society 5 yearsg Ardsleyan Special
Photographerg Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 29
Intra-Murals: Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1,
4, Electrician of "Girl Crazy."
.. the gaiety of
DENIS P. RIVA
Reason and judgment Are Qualities
of zz Leader
President 3, Honor Society 4 yearsg Ardx-
leyan Photography Editorg Intra-Scho1as-
tic Football 3, Varsity Football Captain 4g
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Wrestling 33
Graduation Usher 35 IOOM: Club: World
History, Student Council 3, 4, President
45 Art Club 25 Senior Anthology Poetry
Editorg Electrician of "Girl Crazy."
Conscientious, Capable, and Full of Fun
Honor Society 6 yearsg Second Degree 2
years, Third Degree 5, 49 Ardsleyan As-
sistant Editorg Chorus 1, 23 Orchestra 2,
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders' Club 3, 4,
Graduation Usher 3: Yearbook Club 2g
National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Ushers Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4,
French Club 1, 23 History Club 4, Senior
Anthology Poetry Editor, Journalism Club
lg Molly of "Girl Crazy."
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RICHARD J. SCHLAUCH
Silence ls One of the Great Arts
Ardxleyan Typing Committee, Business
Club 15 Science Club lg "Girl Crazy"
A Thing of Beauty Is a joy Forever
President 25 Honor Society 9 years, Sec-
ond Degree 2 yearsg Third Degree 2, 3,
4, Vice-President 4g Ardsleyan Ad Com-
mitteeg Ardxleyan Circulation Committee,
Panther Speaks Magazine Committee 4,
Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Spanish Club 33
Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Student
Government Trustee 29 journalism Club
2g dancer of "Girl Crazy."
An Easy-going Fellow
Honor Society 4 years, Intra-Scholastic
Football 3, Varsity Football Captain 4,
Track 2, 4, Wrestling 3, Intra-Murals:
Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2,
45 Future Teachers of America 35 "Girl
Crazy" Stage Crew.
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Live Wire, Full of Fun, Well-liked
Transfer from Weston High School, West-
on, Massachusettsg Chorus 4, Secretary 4g
G. A. A. 4g Dramatics Club Vice-President
43 Molly of "Girl Crazy."
The Unspok ord Never Does Harm
French Club 3 Histor Clu 3, 45 Math
DONNA MARIA SCOLA
She W' ill Light Up the Sky with Her
Ardsleyan Ad Committee, Panther Speaks
3, 4, Typing Editor 3, 4, Varsity Cheer-
leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4g
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club, 3, 4,
Secretary 35 Yearbook Club 25 Mimeog-
raphers' Club 35 Salt 'n' Pepper 1, 25
Twirling 1, 2, 43 Senior Anthology Typ-
ing Editor, Journalism Club lg Theater
Group 45 Delilah and in Chorus of "Girl
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A Good Laugh Is Sunshine in a House
Transfer from Saint Jean Baptiste High
School, Panther Speaks 45 G. A. A. 2, 4g
Art Club 3g Drarpatics,Club ,3, 45 French fm...
Club 34 Science'Club'f2gL Aunt Hattie of ' I '
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LINDA C. STANAWAY
The Mildest Manner and the Gentlest
Honor Society 5 yearsg Second Degree 1
yearg Band 4g Chorus 1, 25 Special Girls'
Choir 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, Yearbook Club 2g
Journalism Club lg Ushers' Club 3, 4,
Vice-President 33 Chorus member of
Graduation Da ,..
In the Twinkling of an Eye
Honor Society 2 yearsg Ardsleyan Circula-
tion Committeeg Ardsleyan Photography
Committee, Panther Speaks Magazine Edi-
tor 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 49 Spanish Club
President 33 Yearbook Club 2, Twirling 1
2, journalism Club lg Kate and dance
of "Girl Crazy."
Wfhat Should a Man Do but Be Merry
Ardxleyan Circulation Committeeg Intra-
Murals: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Lank of "Girl
Humor Is a Virtue Well Worth Attaining
Honor Society 5 years, Second Degree 1
year, Panther Speak: Typing Committee
45 Chorus 1, 23 journalism Club 13 G. A.
A. 1, 2, 45 Business Club 3, 45 Yearbook
Club 25 Hall Monitor 3g Dramatics Club
4g Twirling 1g Chorus member of "Girl
STEVEN VAN LEER
No Mun Is Happy Who Does Not Think
Her Hair Was Longg Her Foot Was Light
Ardsleyan Typing Cornmitteeg Panther
Speaks Typing Committee 3, 43 G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 43 Business Club President 43
Mimeographers' Club 3, 43 Sewing Club
13 Chorus member of "Girl Crazy."
and our plans as We
Band 13 Chefs' Club 33 Art Club lg Science
Club 23 Shop Club 43 Key Club 2g jour-
nalism Club lg Chorus member of "Girl
Crazy," Chairman of Publicity and Ad-
A Time to Keep Silence, 4 Time to Speak
Honor Society 1 yearg Ardsleyan Ad Com-
mitteeg Band 23 Chorus member of "Girl
SUSAN JANE WALTHER
Her Merry Laughter Is Contagious
Honor Society 7 yearsg Ardsleyan Ad
Committeeg Journalism Club 13 G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4g Business Club 3, 43 Mimeog-
raphers' Club 33 Chorus member and
dancer of "Girl Crazy."
GARWOOD PAUL WHALEY
The Great Hope of Society Is Individual
Ardsleyan Ad Committeeg Panther Speaks
39 Band 3, 4g Orchestra 35 Varsity Football
4, Track 1, 2, 45 Intra-Murals: Basketball
1, 25 Student Court 43 Hall Monitor 43
Slick and dancer and in Orchestra of
faced the future.
He Is the Mildert-mannered Man
Chefs' Club 4g "Girl Crazy" Stage Crew
member, Intra-Murals: Baseball 1, Basket-
JOHN R. WIGGINS
Humor and Helpfulness Are Qualities
of the True Friend
Transferred from Perkiomen Preparatory
School for Boys, Glee Club 4: Varsity
Football 4, Varsity Club 4g Inrra-Mural
Sports 45 Chemistry Club, Chorus mem-
ber, dancer, and Quartette member of
CYNTHIA RUTH WOLK
The Reward of a Thing Well-done,
ls to Have Done It
Honor Society 7 years, Second Degree 3
yearsg Ardsleyan Assistant Editor, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 45
Graduation Usher 3, Student Council 1, 25
Yearbook Club President 2, Dramatics
Club President 45 History Club 45 Senior
Anthology Non-Fiction Editorg Journal-
ism Club lg National Honor Society 4g
Chorus member and dancer of "Girl
Crazy," Make-up Committee,
Smash, Senior Success and
jake ....... .......... D ennis McDonough
Sam ....... ..........
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Aunt Hattze ................ Lois Squillante
Barbara Corinne Gor Julien
Outstanding First--"Girl Crazy"
This year's SENIOR PLAY was
the first in Ardsley's history to fea-
ture a musical comedy. "Girl Crazy"
was the unanimous choice of the
Seniors because it was in keeping
with their desire for something new
and exciting. On April 8 and 9 such
familiar melodies as "I've Got
Rhythm" and "Embraceable You"
came to life on our own stage. They
were days alive with the music and
gaiety of a Western Dude Ranch.
Danny Churchill, exiled New
York playboy, was responsible for
bringing Br0adway's bright lights
to Custerville, Arizona. This little
"one horse" Western town hadn't
seen a woman in years, that is, aside
from Molly Gray, the postmistress.
Danny promptly fell in love with
her upon his arrival in a New York
taxicab. Gieber Gephar, his driver,
Indo Donna NICkIe Ed Lois
was soon accused of shooting the
sheriff, and Danny intervened just in
time to save Gieber's neck.
The town experienced more
rootin', tootin', and shootin' than it
had known in many years when
Danny and his friends took over. We
look back on "Girl Crazyn and recall
the enthusiasm and hard work that
went into making this production a
The pouring of refined sugar, as
pictured, signifies the culture de-
veloped in senior high school stu-
Front: A. Brumberg, H. Baum, F. Bramble, Miss
Smith, Back: R. Brooks, E. Brady, H. Bernstein
Absent: C. Bitting, J. Costigan.
Seated: Miss Smith. Standing: S. Corbino, E. Coven,
C. Coggins, J. E. Cauvet, L. DeMetrio, P. Carlson.
Front: Miss Smith, A. deTarnowsky, D. Dezort, K.
Eckelman, W. Duke, J. Esposito, W. Delagi. Back
C, De-Rosa, B. Edelstein, J. DeSimone.
N caring the final stage,
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Althea de Tarnowsky
the Iuniors leave their mark.
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Slzuzding: G. Lundberg, A. Haehn, N. Lapitino, M
Krauss, Miss Patteson, S. Kichler, D. Kight, A. Jacob
Absent: W. Geer, R. M. Massaro, A. Immediate.
S'tamz'i1zg: C. Freed, J. Galgay, J. Fon, D. Johnson
R. Forman, B. Guck, T. Gardiner.
Standing: R. Huehner, E. Haraismowich, G. Hurst,
S. Istvan, E. Howard, E. Hausman, S. Geyer, C.
Miss Pelda, Rich Brooks, Guy Lundberg arranging
ad pictures for the Ardxleyan.
Sealed: Mrs. Felter. Front: D. Miller, V. Mulvey,
C. Murtough, C. Norlander, K. Morrison. Back: P.
Muller, J. Mullahy, R. Neubauer, J. Olbcrt, M. Ozern.
on of the Ardsleyan, unior Da ,
Mrs. Felter, Mr. Parker, Miss Patteson, and Miss
Smith, Grade 11 Homeroom Teachers-JUNIORS and
ARDSLEYAN have always been synonymous at Ardsley
High, and this past year we came to the full realization
as to why. Persistence in ad, patron, and yearbook cam-
paigns, spending many hours "overtime," and the tenacity
of a group that wants success-all under Miss Pe1da's
motherly guidance-have pulled us through. We did it
and we're proud.
Seated: M. Semegran, D. Schaefer. Center: J. Ro-
manaccee, B. Seeger. Back: M. Scheinman, Mrs.
Felter, R. Parrish, A. Paino, S. Pasquini, J. Prestholdt.
Absent: K. Moore, G. Schlauch, J. Rand.
the sponsoring of the Prom--these were their "f1rsts.',
"Oh, no! Lab notebooks are due in tomorrow?"
Many a JUNIOR could have been heard moaning this
phrase after leaving that abode of mysterious dashes of
light and of odd odors-the chemistry room.
However, the JUNIORS enjoyed many a pleasant
moment as some of the class learned the techniques of
dramatics under Mr. Baldwin's tutelege.
Seated: J. Speicher, N. Wild, L. Vieiro. Second: V.
Thompson, S. Ullman, B. West, C. Townsend, P.
Waite. Back: S. Smith, G. Wehmeyer, R. Wedekind,
L. Weinman, Mr. Parker, G. Winston.
Roger Huehner, Larry Weinman, Caroline Murtough,
Westa Delagi campaigning for student government
Front: S. Smyth, J. Stern, R. Shore, J. Stagliano.
Back: D. Serrano, R. Stempel, D. Stanton, Mr. Parker.
Absent: C. Smith, J. Van Vliet.
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Mr. Baldwin, Mr. McCarty, Miss Sveen, and
Mrs. Urtnowski, Grade 10 Homeroom Teachers-
lf you had peeked into the Panther's Den some
eighth period, your attention would have been
drawn immediately to a group with noticeably
more "bounce to the ounce." They were this
year's SOPHOMORES who were outstandingly
gay and carefree. Parties, dances, and fun-these
were their bywords during extra-curricular time.
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Standing: E. Brown, A. Bennett, L. Britt, P. Anthony,
H. Ardanowski, J. Beckman, C. Alutto, P. Bell, R
Brandon. Absent: 'K. Cassens, B. Curran.
Front: R. Cook, C. Castaneda, R. Campbell, A
Ciofalo, T. Burke. Back: P. Burger, Mr. Baldwin, T.
Cleary, R. Clute.
Sealed: V. Galano. D. Egy, M. Ericson, J. Fraguela,
L. Costigan, E. Dieda, R. Galgay. Standing: Mr.
The essence of the Sophomores Was...
Front: R. Bennett, W. Izzolo, P. Koors, R. Hirschfeld,
A. Hellthaler, D. Goodman, A. Inversin.
Seated: S. Johnson. Standing: B. Insky, T. Iaquinto,
P. Hirsch. Back: C. Gruessing, Mrs. Urtnowski, F.
Holser. Abxent: A. Gross, M.'Hoy, M. Lehmkuhl.
Seated: G. Laudato, P. Kazan. Standing: H. Gould,
M. Gottlieb, L. Larsen, D. Graves, W. Love, E.
Korbin. Abxent: C. Gatti, S. Hockman, D. Knapp.
"Remember the fun we had at Croton
when .... " Sentences like this can still be heard
whenever SOPHOMORES converge. The time
spent at Biology Camp with its challenge to
adjust to field trips, work crews, sleeping bags,
and the responsibility of completing week-long
assignments will never be forgot. The traditional
SOPH PX, operated at basketball games, will
also be one of our treasured memories.
ajoie de Vivre," and this they
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Front: Mr. McCarty, P. Osterburg, M. Norton, R.
Patton. S. Portman. Back: J. Purdy, R. Reilly, R.
Pestone. Absent: D. Moreland, C. Schulze, D. Schafer,
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Front: A. Marks, R. Miller, C. Nanna, R. Morris
C. Mintz. Back: F. Marron, P. Mestern, M. Muckle.
Seated: J. Sankey, A. Ridings. Standing: E. Schultz
W. Morrison, M. Schappach, M. Scapperrotta, C
added to lighten our days.
Seated : C. Weinberger, A. Terrington. Standing: V.
Waldemar, C. Wallitt, J. Suthergreen, N. Stein, T.
Waldeier, J. Walther, Miss Sveen, H. Unger, J. Sweet.
Seated: J. Smith, M. Speicher. Center: R. Spencer,
S. Shiller. Back: S. Silverman, Miss Sveen, A. Shel-
don, S. Smithline, G. Seberg.
Front: M. Wymbs, C Weiss A Young T Witham
Back: S. Witham, K Yocis Absent M Whaley
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F RESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Student Council Representatives
Easily inaugurated into fthe gay whirl
Ifront: J. Glaberson, E. Glover, C. Geer, Miss Caprice
D. Geyer J. Girard. Second: E. Gardiner M. Flani
Standing: R. Carlyle, B. Bellin, D. Decker, C. Bern
stein, Miss Caprice, A. Ardanowski, K. Beall, B. Bow
man, P. DeMichele. Absent: M. Graham, S. Brinson
Front: B. Duke, Miss Caprice, J. Esposito, J. Dunn
J. Edelstein, A. Fatigate. Second: S. Einhorn, W.
Doughty, J. Feurer, B. Dezort. Absent: R, Denike
and hard Work of high school life, ..
Front: L. Rosler, M. McDonough, S. Ross. Back: J.
Martin, H. Matthews, C. Meuser, H. Marcus, Mr.
Front: P. Patterson, G. Rinciari, L. Riva, W. Moore.
Back: K. Rand, R. Prestholdt, N. Milton, C. Ray
burn. Absent: D. Nardecchia, J. Nugent, S. Neilson.
Seated: N. Oliver. Standing: R. Sahl, M. E. Saunders,
L. Robinson, G. Paino, S. Rinaldi. Absent: S. Neilson.
Miss Caprice, Miss England, Mr. Litowitz,
and Miss Pelda, Grade 9 Homeroom Teachers-
Easily inaugurated into the gay whirl and hard
work of high school were this year's FRESH-
MEN. Well-represented in all phases of high
school life-Student Council, sports, dances, and
clubs, to mention a few-they have proven them-
selves to be a vital part of Ardsley High and to
show great promise for the future.
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G. Zimmer, Y. Yuskin, G. Taranto, S. Whitney, M.
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of energy expended by Ardsley
students in activities.
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Adviser-in-Chief, Literary and Ad Adviser
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Althea de Tarnowsky
Mrs. Catherine Felter
Mr. Stewart Kranz
Mr. Howard Hartman
Miss Cornelia Patteson
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On looking back over the past year, THE
HOARD OF EDITORS will always hold fond
memories of putting out the 1960 ARDSLEYAN.
iFriday meetings gave the outward appearance of
pandemonium, but were, in reality, sessions of
productivity. Guy working on lay-out with
Nancy's help, John and Rich Brooks cropping
picturesg and Judy and Natalie proofreading
were all familiar activities. While Westa franti-X
cally counted money and Althea sketched, sbiql-rf'
Fornian sent out bills. Carol typedpKin,'-seplusiongr
K Rog, Larry, and Brian were outgchasing ads, and
s .Richie Parrish balanced .the 'ad dummy as Lyn!
N 'Y and Caroline created ,teams of copy. -"" ' .
Despite, our fears, we -excelled and became
.e the first ,group to exceedmfS25OD in' ad money alidf
' ' lsuiicesslfullylproduced a fnjtt-class book. It was all
'dueto theiszspiration, perspiration, inspiration,
and intestinal, fortitude of the Editors and to Missy
,LA Peldawvllofhas not usx witltgpur
,Xj.j.,, luoolf but, evwenvmnre important, has subtly culti-
E' vated our virtuesvand. has tried to correctaout
faults to prepare us..for' even grearerchalleilges.
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ARDSLEYAN BOARD OF EDITORS-Seated: N. Lapi
tino, G. Lundberg, J. Stern. Standing: N. Wild, R. Brooks
L. Weinman, J. Speicher, B. Guck, Miss Pelda.
to create the unique,
Our deepest gratitude is extended to others
who have helped us. Evelyn Brady, Connie Cog-
gins, and Tom Gardiner, as irreplaceable assist-
ants to our Ad Editors, spent many Saturdays and
hours after school tracking down advertisers. Ex-
amples of Marilyn Krauss' exceptional artistic
abilities can be found throughout the book. jack
Galgay and Dot Miller did more than their share
in promoting sales during the circulation cam-
paign. The Editors have dubbed Mitchell Ozern
"boy wonder" as a result f his outstanding pic-
ture-taking, developing, and inti talents
which he employed in th enivfirnd nfs ctions.
jean F0n's typing abilgg W v ry, I ful too.
We would als ' el t Elxgess r sincere
thanks to Mrs F51 hj4?lqgn out with Circu-
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Ardsley is proud that in its second year out
branch of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
has thirteen members. They were chosen on the
basis of character, leadership, service, and mainte-
nance of a scholastic average of over ninety per
cent. The names of the new members were kept
secret until the day of the "tapping" in assembly
when each initiate was presented with a key serv-
ing as a symbol of excellence. Members are from
the junior and senior classes with three proba-
tionary members. Officers are President M. Schein-
man and Secretary J. Stern. Miss Helen Robbie is
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Front: Stern, P.
Rose, A. Kovacik, C. Wolk, J. Riccio, N. Wild, N.
Goldner. Standing: J. Freeman, M. Scheinman, R.
Raicht, L. Weinman, R. Forman, J. Olbert.
to excel scholasticall ,
Those who are interested in learning and
familiarizing themselves with the details and "ins
and outs" of the publication of a yearbook are
members of this year's YEARBOOK CLUB. It is
the school's organization which also prepares,
educates, and even singles out prospective editors
and committee members for the ARDSLEYAN
of the following year. They are under the leader-
ship of Miss Dorothy M. Pelda who conducts the
club on a semi-lecture basis and who is also the
chief adviser of our school's annual yearbook
YEARBOOK CLUB-Seated: L. Britt, V. Waldemar, P.
Mestern, T. Waldeier, M. Hoy. Standing: Miss Pelda,
C. Alutto, R. Bennett, J. Purdy, D. Graves, R. Cook,
The members received an introduction to the
vocabulary of yearbook creation and publication
by keeping a record of the meaning of various
technical terms and their use in journalism. Com-
parison of many school and college yearbooks to
denote differences in paper texture, print, pho-
tography, art and general quality along with
examples of numerous cover techniques is an-
other informative facit of the YEARBOOK
CLUB. Holding office are President Paul Koors,
Secretary Ellen Korbin.
YEARBOOK CLUB-Seated: E. Korbin, J. Beckman.
Standing: Miss Pelda, N. Stien, A. Ciofalo, G. Seberg,
M. Norton, B. Curran.
to prepare, and to inform.
New frontiers were opened this year by the
PANTHER SPEAKS NEWSPAPER. The staff
added many features to their publication such as
the 'iClod Award" or the "Bulb Award," which
gives humorous recognition to the Ardsley stu-
dent who has unintentionally committed the
"blooper" of the month. Other specials featured
in the magazine section are the "Teacher Fea-
ture," which is a short sketch about a faculty
member, and "The Tattler," which is the local
social news. Printed also are previews of coming
events, a report on club activities, and occasion-
ally direct news from the administration.
THE PANTHER SPEAKS-Sealed: D. Nardecchia, B.
Dezort, B. Seeger, E. Cowen, D. Johnson, H. Coven.
Standing: S. Smith, M. Whaley, A. Young, A. Jansen,
J. Goldman, S. Shiller, J. Beckman, P. Hirsch, S. Brinson.
The PANTHER SPEAKS became the first
Ardsley High School paper to have a profession-
ally-printed edition with pictures. A new col-
umn, "Guess Who," is a write-up about an
unnamed faculty member who is pictured in an
early photograph taken during his younger years.
The staff this year also tried to increase school
spirit. Top editors participated in journalistic
seminars to acquaint themselves with new ideas
of other schools. Editor-in-Chief is Pat McDon-
oughg Assistant Editors are Kipp Hassell and
Bob Raicht, Circulation Editor Nelson Hoy and
Typing Editor Joan Tino. Their adviser is Miss
THE PANTHER SPEAKS-Sealed: R. Shore, B. Mead,
P. McDonough, A. Ardanowski, Miss Caprice. Standing:
J. Tino, S. Kreymborg, K. Malley, K. Hassell, L. Thomp-
son, G. Norton, M. Ozern, D. Clarke, J. Freeman, R.
Raicht, N. Hoy, S. Suthergreen.
The THIRD DEGREE, consisting of thir-
teen students, is the governing body of the Ards-
ley High Honor Society. These members are
chosen by their fellow students and the faculty
on the basis of leadership, character. and service
to the school. Their duties are to take charge of
the Honor Society initiations and to handle other
matters concerned with the organization. Miss
Helen G. Robbie is adviser. Officers are President
Donald Clarke, Vice-President Virginia Rosler,
Recording Secretary Joanne Riccio, Correspond-
ing Secretary Judy Stern and Treasurer Nelson
THE THIRD DEGREE-Seated: N. Hoy, J. Stern, D
Clarke, Miss Robbie, J. Riccio, V. Rosler. Strmffingz G
Lundberg, J. E. Cauvet, M. Speicher, P. Rose, C. Coggins
D. Nugent, E. Aim, R. Raicht.
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This year's CHORUS was one of the best in
Ardsley's history. Chosen to participate in the All-
County Chorus were Virginia Waldemar, Carolyn
Townsend, Lois Larsen, Connie Coggins, jane-Ellen
Cauvet, Pat McDonough, Rosemary Kerr, Craig
Smith, Jon Purdy, john Galgay, George Norton
and Robin Shore. Those particularly outstanding in
chorus activities are G. Lundberg, R. Forman, G.
Norton, C. Smith, j. Galgay, J. Cauvet, N. Shannon,
A. de Tarnowsky, and V. Waldemar who went to
Atlantic City as members of the All-Eastern Na-
tional High School Choir. Mr. Vincent is adviser.
Strains of "Girl in Satin" or "The Waltzing
Cat" could be heard from the music room on any
Tuesday or Thursday afternoon. Ardsley's High
School ORCHESTRA was having a rehearsal. Their
programs have been enjoyed at many of the func-
tions of our school this year. Edward Aim was se-
lected for the All-Eastern National High School Or-
chestra at Atlantic City, and Guy Lundberg, Glenn
Seberg, and Pamela Hirsch for the All-County
Orchestra. Officers are President Donald Clarke and
Secretary Carolyn Townsend. Mr. Vincent is adviser.
This year's BAND organization has seen a re-
markable increase in its size. Expanding in number
to almost fifty playing members, the band has an
almost professional quality in its music. Members
entertained at the Christmas Music Program as well
as at the school's Annual Spring Concert. A'summa-
tion of their hard work and efforts was presented
at the Band Concert which they themselves spon-
sored. All was accomplished under their zealous
director, Mr. joseph Greco.
The CLEF CLUB is the governing body of the
Orchestra and Chorus. Every member joins both of
these organizations with the knowledge that en-
thusiastic performance may earn him membership
in the CLEF CLUB. It is the job of its members to
see that the rules governing Ardsley High's musical
organizations are upheld and that suitable programs
are set up. The vital functions of this club are in
the hands of the juniors and Seniors who form its
nucleus. The club is under the guidance of Mr.
Mitchell C. Vincent.
CLEF CLUB-Standing: Mr. Vincent, D. Clarke,
R. Kerr, N. Goldner, J. E. Cauvet, E. Aim, C.
One of the objectives of the RADIO
CLUB is to prepare the members who are de-
sirous of obtaining a Novice License for
"ham" radio operation. Mr. Litowitz assisted
them in learning the required code and in
meeting other qualifications. After discussing
types of circuits and radios, the members col-
lected old radios and dissembled them. The
parts were used to make kits which were avail-
able to members who wished to assemble a
radio on their own. The club looks forward
to a possible project next year of constructing
a ham radio set.
RADIO CLUB-Standing: J. Girard, B. Guck, A.
Inversin, J. Prestholdt, P. Burger, C. Salerno, G.
Hurst, R. Parrish, Mr. Litowitz.
The SCIENCE PROJECT CLUB, under the
guidance of Mrs. Urtnowski, has made available to
high school students, endeavoring in the field of
science, the laboratory equipment and academic fa-
cilities of both the biology and general science class-
rooms. Members assembled to work on their re-
quired or extracurricular projects or laboratory
experiments. Basic materials, apparatus, reference
sources, and helpful advice needed for their indi-
vidual projects were always available.
SCIENCE PROJECT CLUB-Standing: Mrs. Urtnowski,
H. Gould, P. Kazan, D. Graves, S. Shiller, E. Brown, R.
of thought that delves
A project or undreamed magnitude was actu-
ally carried out by the ASTRONOMY CLUB as a
result of the combined efforts of the members this
year. They constructed an observatory on the high
school roof. It consists of a telescope on a platform
and a protective dome on tracks that may be rolled
away when the telescope is in use. Many weekends
were spent hauling lumber for their project with
the help of Mr. Hartman and Mr. Litowitz. But now
they feel their work was well rewarded as large
groups are able to see many wonders of the sky.
ASTRONOMY CLUB-Front: H. Unger, A. Inversin.
Back: E. Hausman, Mr. Litowitz, C. Salerno, J. Girard, R.
Parrish, J. Olbert, R. Brooks.
This year members of the MATHEMATICS
CLUB endeavored to widen their knowledge in the
field of higher math and its specialties. This learn-
ing was accomplished by student presentation of re-
ports on various areas of mathematics such as calcu-
lus, probability, measurement, infinity, and prime
numbers. At times, students presented formulas or
theories they themselves had originated. President is
Peter Benson and Secretary is Evelyn Haraismowich.
Mr. John Ouligian is club adviser.
MATH CLUB-Seated: P. Benson. Standing: J. Olbert,
Mr. Ouligian, D. Serrano, E. Haraismowich, J. Freeman,
J. Smith, A. Shuart, A. Murphy, J. Locker, G. Winston.
into the known and the unknown, ..
With the direction of Mr. A. Parker, the
CHEMISTRY CLUB employed the facilities of the
chemistry laboratory to learn first-hand how a lab
is run and to see the results of various chemical ex-
periments. Individual and group projects were re-
ported upon. Students did work supplementary to
their laboratory experiments in class. Members who
took chemistry acted partially as instructors to the
younger students. A co-curricular function of the
club was having chemistry students prepare demon-
strations which they did for class. President is Roger
Cagle, Vice-President Marc Scheinman, and Secre-
tary-Treasurer Betsy West.
CHEMISTRY CLUB-Front: B. West, M. Semegran.
Back: M. Ozern, R. Prestholdt, H. Marcus, J. Rand, Mr.
Parker, D. Serrano, A. Inversin, G. Winston, R. Cagle, M.
Scheinman, A. Brumberg, D. Knapp, C. Salerno, S. Klores.
This year's PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
delved into aspects and methods of the world
of professional photography. Members had
the use of the school's dark room where equip-
ment, such as the enlarger and developing ap-
paratus, was available. Learning from actual
experience, they engaged in various activities
such as printing, enlarging, and picture crop-
ping. Snapshots were taken by the members
and later displayed. President is William Mor-
rison, Vice-President Mitchell Ozern, and
Secretary-Treasurer Donald Graves. Mr. Alvin
A. Parker is adviser.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Front: M. Ozern, A.
Marks, P. Kazan. Back: W. Morrison, J. Mullahy, R.
Brooks, D. Graves, Mr. Parker, T. Witham, R. Prest-
holdt, S. Witham.
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The purpose of the AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS
CLUB of this year was to train its members to
operate the equipment of the audio-visual aids
department. They learned to use certain appa-
ratus such as the film strip projector, the opaque
projector and the tape recorder. An informative
assembly, sponsored by the group, presented two
films which explained how sound was produced.
Members demonstrated sound on various musical
instruments. Their program was concluded by
playing a tape of student-teacher interviews on
the subject of homework. Mr. Patterson is their
AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB-Front: Mr. Patterson,
R. Wild, K. Bagelman, A. Kanning, M. Ozern. Back:
S. Rinaldi, J. Martin, S. Klores, J. Nugent.
The SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB, under
the direction of Mr. Richard C. Baldwin, derived
both fun and satisfaction from writing, direct-
ing, producing, and staging for the seventh and
eighth grade assembly their own play called
"Around the World of Ardsley in Forty Min-
utes.', They also presented short skits for the
benefit of the club. As a result they learned about
costuming, stage make-up, and voice projection.
The club's officers were President Cynthia Wolk,
Vice-President Nancy Shannon, Secretary Joanne
Riccio, and Treasurer David Nugent.
..mental energy that converts
The freshman and sophomore branch of the
Dramatics Club called themselves the A. A. A.,
that is ARDSLEY ACTORS ANONYMOUS.
Their ultimate purpose was to learn the art of
dramatics. They did this by channelling the
activities of the entire year into one production.
This was "The Hitchhiker," a one-act play which
they staged for the entire student body. They
handled all phases of the production, with the
exception of the actual writing. President is Mi-
chael Muckle, Vice-President Clem Alutto, Sec-
retary Rachel Patton, Treasurer john Nugent.
Mr. Richard C. Baldwin is their director.
DRAMATICS CLUB--Front: C. Alutto, D. Schafer, E.
Korbin, J. Edelstein, J. Lieberman, M. Slack, R. Sahl.
Back: A. Ciafalo. Y. Yuskin, G. Laudato, J. Purdy,
Mr. Baldwin, J. Nugent, L. Freedman, R. Patton, A.
Marks, S. Brinson.
DRAMATICS CLUB-Standing: C. Wolk, S. Kreym-
borg, L. Drucker, P. Rose, B. Mead, R. Kerr.
to produce sell-expression, ..
Under the guidance of Miss Patteson the
members of the BUSINESS CLUB have met with
the purpose of Widening their knowledge of the
business world. Demonstrations of several ma-
chines such as the mimeograph, bookkeeping ma-
chines, and foreign typewriters were a regular
part of their activities. During some of the meet-
ings, past graduates told of their experiences in
the business world and in specialized schools. A
club picnic celebration was held in June. The
officers are President Joan Tino, Secretary-Treas-
urer Ethel Howard.
BUSINESS CLUB-Sealed: J. Tino, M. Wymbs, J.
Sankey, E. Howard, E. Leach. Standing: Miss Patteson,
T. McCracken, E. Schlauch, L. Viola, Y. Yuskin, B.
McDonough, N. Tyrell, B. Howard, J. Fon, V. Galano,
R. Massaro, M. Kilstrom, M. Saunders, M. Slack.
ART CLUB-Standing: Mr. Kranz, C. Norlander, A
Ardanowski, W. Love, F. Bramble, J. Muckle, J. Edel
stein, H. Unger, S. Geyer.
Playing a vital, yet unglorified part in al-
most every performance presented in the audi-
torium this year, the members of the TECHNI-
CIANS' CLUB could be found behind the scenes
expertly handling the technical end of the pro-
duction. Although they themselves go unnoticed,
the product of their efforts is indispensable. Un-
der Mr. Baldwin's guidance, they were trained in
the techniques of lighting and audio engineering.
The ofiicers are President Charles DeRosa, Vice-
President John Speicher, Secretary Brian Guck,
and Treasurer Jerry Green.
TECHNICIANS' CLUB-Front: W. Doughty, G. Green.
Back: B. Guck, J. Speicher, C. DeRosa, J. Purdy, R.
Bennett, J. Suthergreen, P. Anthony, P. Burger, R.
The ART CLUB of this year had forty-eight
members. They met twice a week and worked on
projects from their art classes or painted for
pleasure. Some activities were drawing in crayon,
with pen and ink, and with pencil. Paintings
were made in water color and also by using the
tempera technique. Members created posters for
basketball and football games, school dances, and
election and sales campaigns. Another function
of the club was to decorate the Christmas tree
erected in the front hall during the holiday sea-
son. The adviser is Mr. Kranz.
A main function of the STUDENT COUN-
CIL this year was to further student self-govern-
ment. This was exemplified by the opening of
lunch periods, student organization of assembly
seating and programs, and student monitors at
basketball games. It has drawn up a constitution
which was ratified by the student body. The
Council Executive Committee is the nucleus of
the organization and also acts as a liaison to the
Board of Education for the students. Officers are
President Denis Riva, Vice-President Craig Smith,
Secretary Marion Speicher, and Treasurer Ann
STUDENT COUNCIL-Seated: M. Schwartz, C. Freed,
J. Esposito, E. Grandolfi. Back: S. Shiller, M. Schein-
man, Mr. Figlia, V. Thompson, K. Rand, W. Delagi, S.
Nusbaum, E. Alter, M. Kohler, R. Raicht, T. Dour-
maskin, C. Galgay, V. Gedris, A. Izzolo, D. Benzenberg.
This year's STUDENT COUNCIL, with the
guidance of Mr. Thomas Figlia, has organized
Pep Rallies for football and basketball games and
planned and controlled the activities of Student
Week. They were the main sponsors also of the
Sock Hops held after the games and organized
the campaigning and elections for Student Gov-
ernment Week. Ardsley school jackets were also
attained through their efforts.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Seated: M. Speicher, D. Riva,
A. Young. Standing: G. Zimmer, M. Mondelli, C. Smith,
. .leadership qualities,
The USHERS' CLUB is composed of students
from the various sections of the music department.
Mr. Vincent has instructed these members in the art
of ushering, and many community plays and meet-
ings have benefited through their services. They
also usher at high school assemblies, Band and Or-
chestra concerts, and at the Senior Play. There are
USHERS CLUB-Standing: L. Stanaway, G. Norton, C.
Townsend, E. Aim, D. Clarke, P. McDonough, J. E. Cauvet,
The newly organized STUDENT COURT
acts as a committee to aid in preventing hall dis-
turbances. The confusion of student passing to
and from classes, littering, and movement block-
age are kept at a minimum by the hall monitors.
Offenders are "tried" before a group of seniors
and detentions are given as a penalty. Court is
held once a week after school in the faculty
lunchroom. A different presiding officer is chosen
each week. Miss J. Wride is adviser.
STUDENT COURT-Seated: N. Hoy, M. Mondelli, K.
Hassell, B. Cook, C. O'Connor, R. Kerr, A. Izzolo, G.
Whaley. Standing: G. Norton, Miss Wride, R. Mulvey,
opening of new horizons, ..
THE CRITERION is an anthology of the origi-
nal literary creativeness of students who have a
talent for writing. Promoting an appreciation for
good literature along with giving one who has writ-
ten something well the satisfaction of seeing it in
print are its purposes. Professionally-printed and
featuring cartoon illustrations, the Criterion con-
tains twenty-live articles including essays, character
sketches, poetry, and short stories. Editor-in-Chief
is Julien Freeman and adviser is Mr. Stanley Cramer.
SENIOR ANTHOLOGY-Seated: Mr. Cramer. Standing:
P. Rose, D. Riva, J. Riccio, J. Freeman, N. Goldner, J.
Goldman, C. Wolk, D. Nugent, L. Drucker, C. Gould.
New to Ardsley and unique in its way, the
S. F. O. is a social, service, and leadership club.
Its purpose is to promote better school-commu-
nity and intra-school relations. This year's club
sponsored the Snow Ball, a semi-formal dance
which will become an annual event at Ardsley.
The members secured club sweaters for them-
selves. They presented a fashion show to raise
funds for their week-end trip. President is Ann
Ridings, Vice-President Meridith Whaley, and
Secretary-Treasurer Susan Shiller. Their origina-
tor and adviser is Miss Jenele Wride.
S.F.O.-Front: B. McDonough, V. Duke, E. Leach, E.
Korbin, M. Whaley, J. Walther, R. Shore. Back: Miss
Wride, P. Stein, T. Waldeier, S. Shiller, A. Ridings, D.
Johnson, S. Geyer, J. VanVliet, C. Freed.
"Today we will have a report on old politi-
cal muckraking tactics." Anyone passing room
203 on a Tuesday afternoon might have heard
such a statement. HISTORY CLUB was holding
a meeting. Here every member was free to in-
vestigate and report on an historical topic which
interested him. The range of subjects was end-
less and exciting. The members decided against
a governing body in order to give everyone a
chance to contribute unusual information to the
group. Mr. Felter is the adviser.
HISTORY CLUB-Seated: E. Coven, D. Johnson, J.
Goldman, R. Shore. Standing: C. Wolk, J. Locker, A.
Shuart, K. Eckelman, N. Goldner, L. Drucker, S. Smith,
R. Kerr, J. Freeman, J. Olbert, P. Rose, R. Cagle, A.
Brumberg, R. Parrish, D. Serrano, C. Murtough, T.
Gardiner, R. Brooks, K. Moore, C. Harkewitz, M. Ozern,
W. Duke, G. Winston.
..and understanding of other peoples.
The FRENCH CLUB has gained an insight
into French culture. With Mrs. Ellis the members
enjoyed language and music records, talks on
famous Frenchmen, and visits by native speakers.
A trip to Broadway to hear the songs of Yves
Montand, viewing French art at the Metropoli-
tan Museum, a visit to a French restaurant, and
serving a gouter of mousse au cbocolat to the
faculty were activities of the club. Its officers are
Presidente Cherie Kichler, Vice-Presidente Elise
Coven, and Secretare Sallie Smyth.
FRENCH CLUB-Seated: Mrs. Ellis. Standing: P.
Hirsch, E. Coven, J. Van Vliet, E. Brady, D. Stanton,
S. Kichler, C. Harkewitz, C. Mintz, R. Clute, J. Roman-
acee, S. Smyth.
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The members of this year's SPANISH CLUB,
La tertulifz espmiola, worked hard on the publi-
cation of a Spanish newspaper, Lapiz en Mano.
In it were articles written by members of the
Spanish class. They also saw and enjoyed Roberto
Inglesias' "Ballet Espanol" and dined in a Span-
ish restaurant to top off the year's activities.
Sefiom Palacios is their adviser. The oflicers are
President Cynthia Wolk, Vice-President Lynne
Drucker. Secretary Anna Kovacik and Treasurer
SPANISH CLUB-Standing: P. Jaeger, C. Wolk, D.
Nugent, R. Kerr, J. Riccio, L. Drucker, A. Kovacik,
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to the fervor of fair play ancl the
tenacity to win of Ardsley sports
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Fa-fmt: W. Delagi, D. Kight, C.
Cassano. Center: J. Riccio, j
Pardy, K. Malley, A. Kovacik.
Burk: C. Coggins, K. Morrison,
L. Drucker, P. Rose.
Sealed: J. Esposito, M. Norton, L.
Vieiro, C. Bitting, S. Geyer, B.
Seeger, V. Thompson. Standing:
C. Nanna, M. Whaley, K. Mor-
rison, J. Walther, W. Izzolo, R.
Front: E. Esposito. Center: A
Murphy, L. Drucker, R. Kerr, D
Kight, W. Delagi. Back: C. Gal-
gay, J. Pardy, A. deTarnowsky
V. Mulvey, D. Scola, N. Don:
garra, C. Freed, V. Rosler.
The LEADERS' CLUB is an exclusive organ-
ization of only eleven members. Requirements
for joining are to have earned at least 800 points
in G. A. A., to have been on three honor teams
in one year, to have passed a written entrance
test, and to have been accepted by those who are
already members. Also one must possess leader-
ship qualities, sportsmanship, and athletic abil-
ity. The club's main function is ofliciating at
G. A. A. and play days, and the planning of the
annual G. A. A. picnic. As a source of income
members sold Leaders' Club bookcovers and Ards-
ley decals to the students. President is Cathy Cas-
sano, Secretary-Treasurer Joy Pardy, and Adviser
Miss Grace Roll.
In inspiring our boys to victory and in
The JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER-
LEADERS consisted of twelve girls who
performed well at the County Center
cheerleading competition although they
just lacked one point to win a trophy.
Captain is C. Bitting, Co-captain M.
Whaley, and Mrs. Landau is their adviser.
For the first time this year, the VAR-
SITY CHEERLEADERS cheered at both
football and basketball games. Dressed
in new uniforms, their spirit inspired the
spectators with a yearning for Ards1ey's
victory. Proof of their high qualities was
shown when they won a trophy at the
County Center Competition early in the
year. Captain is Donna Scola, Co-captain
Rosemary Kerr, and Mrs. Landau is their
Another activity that was newly inaugurated
this year at Ardsley High School was our squad
of MAJORETTES. It is a group of eleven girls
consisting mainly of underclassmen: sophomores,
freshmen, and eighth graders, with a few juniors
and one senior. They were chosen early in the
year by a faculty panel from a large group of
hopefuls who tried out. The squad had to start
from "scratch" because most of the girls had
little or no experience. Mainly they were taught
stage routines and got the feeling of working to-
gether in preparation for next year. Head ma-
jorette is Betsy West, and Miss Wride is the ad-
viser of the group.
making wins themselves-our girls excel.
A traditional organization joined
annually by most Ardsley girls is the
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, a
sports program that is held bi-weekly
after school. The girls participated in
team competitions ,in field hockey, volley-
ball, basketball, softball, archery, and
All members exclaim that they will
never forget the great fun they had at
the annual picnic held at the year's end.
President is Virginia Rosler, Vice-Presi-
dent Cathy Cassano, and Miss Roll is
The Honor Teams for hockey, vol-
leyball, and basketball played intra-
scholastically and won frequently over
Front: B. West. Center: F. Mil
sop, M. Riccio, D. Niciu, J
Krauss, A. Ardanowski. Back: J
Edelstein, G. Paino, N. Wild, R
Seated: K. Malley, J. Riccio, C.
Cassano, V. Rosler, L. Rosler, D.
Kight. Standing: N. Dongarra, J.
Pardy, J. Stern, D. Scola, D. Mil-
ler, K. Morrison.
C. Cassano, A. Kovacik, D. Kight,
D. Scola, C. Murtough, N. Shan-
non, N. Dongarra, K. Malley, A.
deTarnowsky, D. Miller, K. Mor-
rison, J. Van Vliet.
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Although Coach Falvo's CROSS COUN-
TRY squad was small and lacking in depth,
they still managed to come out on top in most
of their meets, These boys are little noticed for
their hard work because they usually run dur-
ing the halftime of football games, but they
are worthy of strong praise. We were both
proud and fortunate to have Sophomore Steve
Witham on the team, for he was named the
best runner in the county. With this in mind
and the fact that there is a strong J. V. interest,
next year's Cross Country should go far!
Front: N. Hoy, J. Smith,
R. Clute, E. Brown, C
Kalmykow, P. Gucken-
biehl, T. Wirham, S
Witham, R. Neubauer
Back: Coach Falvo, W
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Even though this year's win-
loss record could have been bet-
ter, the VARSITY FOOTBALL
team did a fine job on the grid-
iron this year. The boys all
played to their potential and
showed definite improvement
with every game. Every player
possessed great team spirit and
enthusiasm which are musts for
a good team. Credit is due to
their coaches, Mr. Figlia and Mr.
McCarty, who have high hopes
for a successful season next year.
Captains were Peter Gatti, Denis
Riva, and jay Saunders.
VARSITY FOOTBALL-Front: F.
Anteles. Center: B. Cook, S. Pasquini,
P. Gatti, J. Saunders, G. Whaley, F.
Rand, D. Kavovit. Back: Coach Mc-
Carty, R. Mulvey, D. Riva, D. Mc-
Donough, A. Izzolo, G. Cuddeback,
M. Mondelli, R. Muckle, R. Raicht,
R. Reilly, D. McComb, J. Liverani, J.
Galgay, Coach Graney, P. Benson,
W? . . and victories in
Two dozen hard-working
tigers made up the JUNIOR
VARSITY FOOTBALL team.
Every day after school and on
Saturdays these boys practiced
their passing, tackling, foot-
work, and formations until they
developed into a smoothly-oper-
ating squad. All of these prac-
tices paid off in the long run for
the team won one game and tied
two. Coaches McCarty and Figlia
are proud of their boys and feel
they should excel on the Varsity
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL-
Front: F. Anteles. Center: S. Silver-
man, P. Koors, D. Graves, J. Locker
P. Mestern. Back: E. Brown, R
Miller, W. Duke, J. Esposito, G
Taranto, P. DeMichele, H. Baum, R
Pestone, D. Serrano, R. Morris, T
Cleary, M. Muckle, T. Gardiner
jan. 29 Elmsford
Feb. 2 Hendrick Hudson
Feb. 5 Dobbs Ferry
Feb. 9 Hastings
Feb. 11 Croton
Feb. 16 Irvington
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Pound for pound and inch for inch this year s
VARSITY BASKETBALL team was about the
best Ardsley has seen in several years. The boys
played together as a single unit with no individ
ual stars, and their spirit and morale were par
alleled by none. Everyone was proud of their
fine record and the capturing of second place in
the Western Westchester League. Thanks to the
coaching of Mr. Jackman, this year's team was
able to carry on Ardsley's honor-winning tradi
tion in basketball.
R. Mulvey, A. Izzolo, P. Koors T
Gardiner, W. Duke. Back: Coach
Jackman, L. Weinman, R. Brooks
S. Witham, D. Clarke, E. Aim K
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKET
BALL-Front: K. Rand, P. De
Michele, R. Galgay, E. Gardiner,
D. Egy, G. Istvan, J. Fraguela, G.
Zimmer. Back: Coach Einhorn, T.
Witham, C. Alutto, S. Smithlinc,
M. Flanigan, D. Graves, G. Tar
anto, T, Cleary, W. Istvan, H
Ardsley Panthers Fighting for Fame
The crowds at the games this year cheered
just as hard for the JUNIOR VARSITY BAS-
KETBALL team as they usually do for the Var-
sity. The team which inspired this was one of
such drive and determination to win that even
when the chances of winning were slim they
fought until they did or came close to it, Coach
Einhorn's boys will surely be a team in the next
couple of years.
VARSITY BASEBALL-J. Esposito, G. Wehmeyer, R.
Brooks, L. Weinman.
VARSITY BASEBALL-A. Paino, P. Koors, D. Schaefer,
E. Brown, M. Ozern.
VARSITY BASEBALL - D. Kavovit, D. McDonough,
Coach Graney, P. Benson, J. Liverani, J. Wiggins.
Hard hits and last runners
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In spite of the snow-covered diamond, which im-
peded the pre-season practices, the VARSITY BASEBALL
TEAM has had a very successful season. Many returning
lettermen plus the graduates from last year's Junior Var-
sity have made this year's record one of the best Ardsley
has seen. At every game the boys played with tremendous
vitality and spirit and usually came out on top.
With a host of experienced veterans from
last year, the JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL
team had a fine season of ball playing. A full
schedule kept them on their toes in addition
to Mr. Hesse's coaching. As with all sports in
Ardsley the boys played with the will to win
and usually did just that!
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Front: G. Istvan,
S. Hockman, H. Gould, P. DeMichele, R. Galgay.
Back: C. Schultz, R. Clute, S. Silverman, D. Graves,
C. Alutto, Coach Hesse.
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TRACK--R. Parrish, B. Edelstein, R. Brandon, C. Kalmy- TRACK-T. Witham, R. Miller, R. Reilly, G. Norton,
-kow, D. Knapp. J. Saunders.
make these teams Winners.
The 1960 VARSITY TRACK team was made up of
several component parts, all working together for their
ultimate goal-victory! Our runners were mostly Fresh-
men with Philip Guckenbiehl and Charlie Kalmykow
showing the most potential. Dennis McComb, the main i
weight man, was especially strong in the shot put and
discus. These factors plus the advantage of a strong Senior
nucleus has made this one of the best track seasons in the
school's history. !
TRACK-George Norton and Al Izzolo.
The co-captains of TRACK were Dennis
McComb and Denis Riva, who last year was
the lirst hurdler in Ardsley to win the Class C
sectional championship in this field. Coach
Falvo deserves the credit for making this com-
paratively new sport such a success in Ardsley.
TRACK-Fqronl: D. Knapp, M. Semegran, R. Parrish,
P. Wasserman, R. Cook, R. Miller, T. Witham, R.
Neubauer. Back: W. Morrison, Manager, J. Saunders,
J. Locker, A. Izzolo, C. Kalmykow, P. Carlson, R.
Prestholdt, G. Norton, S. Witham, J. Prestholdt, B.
Edelstein, R. Reilly, R. Brandon, P. Guckenbiehl,
D. Riva, Captain, Coach Falvo. Absent: N. Hoy,
The grade students are the basis
for experimentation, the elemental
beginning of the development of
The graduates remember the days
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS
President Richard Morrison
Vice-President Ronald Lindbeck
Secretary Susan Ramin
Grade 7-1 Miss Margaret Wesp
Seated: P. Hyman, S. Loren. Standing: J. Johnson
M. Muir, B. Kirkpatrick, M. Kohler, L. Mendell
Standing: R. Fisher, T. Bersonnet, D. Holscher, N.
Decker, L. Hill, B. Burrows, I. Berkowitz.
Standing: S. Russell, T. Rose, M. Shore, T, Seitz, J
Schwartz, L. Vincent, R. Sherr.
When they too were members..
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Mr. Edgar Allen, Grade 7-2 Homeroom
Teacher-In keeping with the times, Mr. Allen's
seventh grade math classes have followed a pro-
gram of intense acceleration. They covered both
seventh and eighth grade math and some ele-
mentary geometry just this year.
Standing: D. Waite, K. Ginter, S. Weckliffe, S. Rabin-
owitz, E. Weiss, W. Wallitt, A. Schlitt, Mr. Allen.
Standing: K. Hendee, E. Barkan, M. Gross, E. An-
thony, L. Frowd, T. Dourmashkin, R. Evans. Absent:
J. A. Stegman.
Standing: R. Morrison, T. Love, H. Lewis, K. Olsen,
B. Hirschfeld, S. Lindbeck, D. Marvin.
Seated: Miss Lyons. Standing: J. Bolger, J. Hogan
J. Doughty, S. George, B. DeFeo, M. Roden, L. Boylei
Seated: R. Lui, B. Mestern. Standing: M. Ridings, S.
Westlake S Yarmovsk Lee er E. Toscani, R.
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Tangney, N. Mitsos, Miss Lyons.
Seated: M. Kanning, L. Gomberg. Standing: D. Har-
man, J. McClement, Miss Lyons, T. Jacobs, S. Hesse,
...of the younger set.
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
Miss Carole H. Lyons
The fun We had...
Mrs. Elisa Palacios, Grade 7-4 Homeroom
Teacher-This is one of the homerooms chosen
to take French on an experimental basis. Taught
by Miss Portegal, the French they learned was
used in conversation by the class. They also did
reports on famous scenic places in France.
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Seated: Mrs. Palacios. Standing: V. Roberts, M.
Riccio, B. Wanamaker, P. Saunders, S. Ramin, A.
Thomas, W. Sassano. Absent: J. Patter.
Front: J. Gottlieb, M. Nahas, P. Felter, R. Hender
son, R. Johnson, D. Henwood, J. Kerbel. Back
Seated: J. Krauss, J. Busch. Standing: S. Hamman
D. Niciu, P. Perlield, S. Agnano, E. Ehrens.
Mr. Harlan Thomas, Grade 7-5 Homeroom
Teacher-An intensive study of New York State
-the workings of the government, its geog-
raphy, and the Mohawk Valley especially--was
undertaken this year by Mr. Thomas' seventh
grade social studies classes.
Standing: R. Carucci, Mr. Thomas, C. Galgay, P
Fitzgerald, J. Alexandrolf, J. Beland, J. Doscher, W
Haimsohn, J. Cerrone.
Standing: G. Earnest, V. Gedris, L. Freeman, K
Kagle, S. Fatigate, C. Manning.
Front: M. Riviezzo, J. Wooley. Second: A. Sharpe, T
Sullivan, S. Turner. J. McQueen, H. Whymbs, B
Semegran. Absent: R. Denike.
We all shared
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Mr. Robert Falvo, Grade 7-6 Homeroom
Teacher-The tape recorder afforded Mr. Falvo's
seventh graders rewarding experiences as they
recorded each other's voices, recited poetry,
limericks, and choral poems en masse.
Seated: L. Boccumini, S. Bellin. Standing: M. Bailey,
J. Brooks, C. Fagin, J. Culver, R. Batten, C. Grell,
Mr. Falvo. Absent: A. Hughes, R. Schulze, W.
Seated: E. Shuart, K. Seeger. Standing: B. Walther,
B. Wehe, J. Warawoshin, C. Utts, C. Walker, K.
Worden, Mr. Falvo.
Front: J. Richardson, S. Kappy, A. Park, J. Maxwell.
Back: D. Mellon, M. Rogers, D. Hassell, Mr. Falvo,
Sealed: D. Lotus, R. Lindbeck. Standing:
L. Liman, W. Santini, A. Newman, F.
Ifrmzl: J. Istvan, E. Alter, Miss Beyer, R.
K. de Tarnowsky, B. Delmerico. Second:
mann, C. Godoy.
Sealed: J. Tortora. Standing: J. Stanaway,
sen, S. Washko, J. Thomas, M. Vieiro, R.
..in our studies and
Miss Barbara Beyer, Grade 7-7 Homeroom
Teacher-An enlightening part of the English
course given to the seventh graders this year by
Miss Beyer was the showing of educational films.
They learned the mechanics of using the library
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Mr. Thomas Figlia, Grade 7-8 Homeroom
Teacher-In December, Mr. Figlia's homeroom
celebrated the approaching holiday season with a
gay Christmas party. They have found that co-
ordinating English and social studies can be fun.
This is accomplished by submitting written
material on historical topics. The year's activities
were climaxed by a cook-out.
Sealed: J. Weisenberger, J. Washburn. Standing: J
Scallero, R. Whalen, C. Williams, L. Stroh, C. Spano.
Front: L. Cassano, F. Antellis, A. Corrieri, H. Ar
chitteto, M. Deida, D. Gick. Second: R. Fraguela, R
DeFranza, Mr. Figlia.
Seated: R. Portman, D. Mondelli. Standing: R.
McCauley, A. Morano, F. Morano, R. Laudato, D. Saz
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Standing: K. Begelman, D. Benzenberg, L. Burns, A.
Ewald, J. Burger, M. Ellis, N. Jacobs, Mr. Kranz, M.
Rosenblatt, R. Hausman.
Standing: F. White, Mr. Kranz, R. Weiss, J. McCau
ley, N. Leach, E. Singer, S. Nusbaum, W. Simmons,
A. Olbert. Absent: L. Cagle.
Seated: F. Lipton, L. Kahn, S. Kenner. Standing: B
Naviski, G. Murrow, A. Tennanbaum, E. Nilsen, Mr
Kranz, R. Brodsky.
oid of great obhgations,
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS
Vice-President Lynne Woodrow
We enjoyed carefree days.
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
Diane Benzenberg john Crysler
Charles Fernandez Susan McKenna
Patricia Lamour Alice Tallcott
Grade 8-2 Mr. Arthur Dycke
Front: Mr. Dycke, A. Muller. Second: R. Levy, N
Galetta, E. Marks, J. Morrison. Back: A. Mattson, A
Johnson, C. Hurst, S. McKenna.
Front: J. Forbes, R. Dickerman. Center: A. Abromo-
witz, K. Clune, S. Belove. Back: S. Dachinger, D
Ciofalo, K. Doscher. Absent: R. Klein, C. Boardman
Standing: P. Riegert, Mr. Dycke, M. Pestone, E. Son
nenberg, N. Roberts, G. Purdy, 1. Redbord, E. Rosen
thal, L. Woodrow.
Mr. Robert Hesse, Grade 8-5 Homeroom
Teacher-This past year the eighth grade English
and social studies classes of Mr. Hesse were clev-
erly combined. With scripts written by them-
selves in English class they then did dramatiza-
tions of such historical events as Lincolnls
Gettysburg Address and Clinton opening the
The thrill of Student Week
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Seated: C. Roberts, J. Rand. Standing: A. Munck, B.
Mathieson, R. Mainelli, F. Stien, C. Hellinger, S.
Seitz, Mr. Hesse, M. Pachter.
Front: C. A. Bates. Back: R. Bailey, S. Hasiwar, B.
Jetter, A. Levy, J. Dowdell, Mr. Hesse, P. Lamour,
E. Foster. Absent: E. Thorp.
Front: L. Zito, R. Wild, M. J. Tancredi, R. Wede-
kind, J. Waxenfeld, J. Trombetta, W. Ullman, D.
Woodrow. Back: Mr. Hesse.
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Mr. Everett Einhorn, Grade 8-4 Homeroom
Teacher-Together with Mr. Patterson, their
mathematics teacher, the pupils of 8-4 planned a
complete trip to California. They figured out the
mileage to be covered each day. Travel expenses
entered the picture, and they solved the problem
of lodging and meal fees. This project was one
which the students found practical and enjoyable
at the same time.
Standing: D. Mulholland, K. Olson, C. King, C.
Hirschberg, D. McGlynn, S. McMurtrie, D. Paterson,
Standing: J. Chernet, A. Colucci, A. Groth, L. Harris,
S. Diamond, R. Donoghue, G. Dworkind, S. Engle-
kirk, J. Crysler. Back: W. Britt.
Front: C. Schafer, J. Purdy, Mi. Rosow, G. Hollis.
Back: D. Solomon, J. Vicari, L. Simmons, K. Sage,
Standing: E. Ozern, Mrs. Howes, G. Huebner, D.
Glassman, A. Janson, A. Masters, D. Harris.
Standing: D. Saitta, R. Van Leer, H. Whitney, M.
Pappas, J. Pardy, Mrs. Howes, R. Scotti.
Seated: H. Coven. Standing: N. Bohn, N. Ferrier, W.
Galligan, VMrs. Howes, J. Americo, R. Clarke, R.
Cabot, C. Fernandez. Absent: L. Lombardi, J. Wolk.
. .Frida nights together
Mrs. Ruth Howes, Grade 8-5 Homeroom
Teacher-The girls of this eighth grade learned
the fundamentals of homemaking: preparing
luncheon foods, making a basic skirt, and acquir-
ing the rules of personal grooming. Meanwhile,
the boys learned the crafts of woodworking, sheet
metal, and art metal in shop this year.
with all of our friends.
Mrs. Eva Ellis, Grade 8-6 Homeroom Teacher
Grade 8-6 was one of the homerooms which
was active in the program of roller skating at
the Ashford Avenue gym. One night a week,
while accompanied by recorded organ music,
the eighth graders skated as couples, singly, or
in a speed contest on indoor clamp skates. They
greatly enjoyed this recreational activity.
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Seated: J. Tortora. Standing: B. Sasko, C. Wimazal,
Mrs. Ellis, K. Pascone, L. Pracilio.
Standing: P. Massaro, R. Mackenzie, D. Bliss, C. Fon,
M. Bitting. Absent: M. Morano.
Seated: R. Watson. Standing: G. McCracken, A.
Goldfeder, S. DeNico1a, M. Kashchy, F. Cartwright.
From the bottom of our hearts, We bestow this honor
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MR. FRANK PASCON E
We, the Ardsley juniors, out of fondness for you and gratitude for all you have done for the
teenagers of the village, take great pride in dedicating this section of our yearbook to you, FRANK
As a person with a genuine interest in community affairs, you are admired and respected by
those who know you. Speaking for all of the students of Ardsley, we would like to express our thanks
to you for all the things you have done for us over the years. You have not only provided enjoyment
and recreation but you have helped keep us out of trouble and given us someone to look up to.
The juniors feel that your sincerity, kindness, and unselfish attitude deserve recognition. That is
why we have taken this opportunity to say publicly, "Thank you, Frank. To us you are the 'greatest'."
NATIONAL WIRE PRODUCTS
LIGGETT REXALL DRUG STORE
SCARSDALE BUS CORPORATION
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"Westchester's most gracious supper club," THE WATER
WHEEL INN, is situated along the Saw Mill River in Ardsley.
In the spacious dining-room, luncheon, dinner, and supper are
served, with music and dancing nightly. Call OWens 3-5522 or
OWens 3-9797 for reservations.
"Everything Musical" is a very apt descrip-
tion for the CENTURY MUSICAL INSTRU-
MENT COMPANY. Among the quality
instruments sold here are Lowrey organs,
Kranich and Bach pianos and Conn saxo-
phones. Do as Marilyn and Betsy are and
visit them at 178 Mamaroneck Avenue,
White Plains, or call George V. Euley at
White Plains 9-8448.
It looks as though Dot is enjoying some of
the friendly service offered at TRACY'S
SHOE SHOPPE in the Village Green. Drop
in sometime and see their wide selection of
family shoes including jumping jacks and
Fleet Air for children, Penobscot Trampeze
for women, and Edgerton-Nunn Bush for
men. They also carry a complete line of U. S.
Keds and American Flyers. OWens 3-5459.
For a quiet and comfortable place where your friends and rela-
tives can spend the night or even a week, try the ARDSLEY
ACRES MOTEL COURT. Efficiency apartments are also available.
These modern accommodations are located on the Saw Mill River
Road and Parkway in Ardsley, only twenty-eight minutes from
Times Square. Call us at OWens 3-2700.
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Let OLIVIA G. SEELER, INC., The Realtor
of Ardsley, help you when a house becomes
your problem. Let her aid you in buying a
home, selling it, renting it, managing it, or
insuring it. For all types of real estate and
insurance, contact her at 501 Ashford Ave-
nue, Ardsley, or phone OWens 3-3600.
Barbara and Corinne seem to be quite inter-
ested in what they are reading at CAR-
TOON'S FURNITURE STORE, located on
the corner of Wildey and Cortlandt Streets
in Tarrytown. This reliable firm, which fea-
tures "furniture that pleases," also has a
branch at 25 Spring Street, Ossining, and has
just opened a new store in Nanuet, New
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For plumbing, heating, maintenance for the
home, call CHARLES S. HOY, INC., at
OWens 3-0565. We will also completely serv-
ice your gas and oil burners, as we are
licensed in Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings,
Irvington, Tarrytown, and Greenburgh.
In talking with "Doc," Guy learned that
good health has been the goal of THE ARDS-
LEY CHEMIST SHOPPE for the past 28
years. Any time that you are in need of drugs
or pharmacy supplies, you will find a friendly
spirit of helpfulness and the best possible
values at this pharmacy at 479 Ashford Ave-
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Moving out of town, out of state, or to a
different section of the country? For efficient
service, call the F. J. CALDERA MOVERS
at OWens 3-1166. Agents for the GREYVAN
LINES, cross-country movers, we are located
at 104 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. De-
pend on us for safe transportation of all your
Are you planning an extensive trip? THE
ARDSLEY TRAVEL BUREAU will be glad
to assist you by making all of your arrange-
ments including hotel reservations and pas-
sage by air or steamship. Follow Guy, Rich-
ard, and Nancy's example and stop in at 467
Ashford Avenue, Ardsley, or call OWens
3-0461 for additional information.
As Judy is finding out, our shop specializes
in quality merchandise at popular prices for
juniorsy, misses', and women's wardrobes.
Won't you visit us in the Village Green or
call OWens 3-1030? And remember, "To be
in fashion and thrifty too, THE ARDSLEY
APPAREL SHOP is for you!"
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Why not have your car washed where every-
one does at THE SAW MILL AUTO LAUN-
DRY at 639 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley.
For a dazzling simonizing or a periodic
washing, call OWens 3-9779. The car wash is
open Monday through Saturday from 8:00
A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Looking for a birthday gift? The ARDSLEY
CIGAR STORE has a complete line of hob-
bies and sporting goods for you to choose
from. For a large selection of toys and greet-
ing cards as well as newspapers, magazines,
and candy, do as Monsignor Green and pay
a visit to the Freeds' store at 472 Ashford
Avenue in Ardsley or call OWens 3-9798.
"Flowers for all occasions" is the motto of
PULVER BROTHERS, FLORISTS, which
Richard and Dick are just entering. Possibly
they will purchase some shrubs as a bit of
extra landscaping for their homes. Follow
their example and stop in at jackson Avenue,
Hastings, or call GR 8-1079.
to be had at
at 242 Main Street, White Plains,
for the Golfer," this new in-town golf
of clubs, balls, and accessories and fea-
for the experienced golfer and used for the
line of golfing
your golfing gear to the Golf Center for expert
They also sponsor a golf school featuring a P. T. A.
Call WHite Plains 6-3448.
Located in the Village Green, TOTS AND
TEENS features a complete line of infant's
and children's wear, as well as the latest styles
for teen-agers. You'll find Mrs. Fagan willing
to help you anytime. Tots and Teens also
wishes to extend its best wishes to the Senior
Class of 1960.
Dotty is inspecting a new 1960 Corvair while
Ginger, Westa, and Tommy look on at
BLASBERG MOTORS, INC., 414 Broadway,
Dobbs Ferry, New York. As well as a full
line of Chevrolet cars, they also give expert
service. Call OWens 3-5040 for a demon-
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It looks like Kathy is getting plenty of assistance from Mr.
Muldoon and Billy as she does her shopping at LOUIS' SUPER
MARKET, located in the heart of the thriving village of Ardsley
at 711 Saw Mill River Road. Louis' offers free parking and cheer-
ful service, as well as a great selection of the best in foods. Be
sure to call OWens 3-1120 or 3-1121 for free and speedy delivery
at any time.
Are you planning to remodel your home or
finish your basement? If so, do as Herby and
Al are and pay a visit to HARDWOOD
FLOORING CO., INC., at 41-45 South Saw
Mill River Road in Elmsford. They feature
the finest in lumber and building supplies
such as plywood, doors, trim, paneling, and
tile. Call LYric 2-7900.
The CHARCOAL SNACK BAR at its con-
venient location at 632 Central Avenue,
Scarsdale, is the place to stop for lunch,'a
hamburger after a show, or just a refreshing
coke. Drop in and see for yourself as Al,
Betsy, and Marilyn did.
If you're particular about your appearance,
try QUICK AS A WINK'S SANITONE dry
cleaning. One trial will convince you that
ours is a superior dry-cleaning service.
Located at 721 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley,
we feature 3-hour dry cleaning and same-day
These hands belong to two of our seniors,
who are proudly displaying their new class
rings which came from the L. G. BALFOUR
COMPANY at 521 Fifth Ave., New York 17,
N. Y. The name "Balfour" stands for the
finest in commencement announcements,
medals, and trophies.
It looks as if Carolyn is checking some of
Mrs. Townsend's work at 686 Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley. If you are in need of her
expert SECRETARIAL SERVICES, visit
HELEN C. TOWNSEND at the above ad-
dress or call OWens 3-5777. She specializes
in stenography, typing, mimeographing, ad-
dressing, and mailing, and she is a notary
if Q-f . N- Ma-
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Having served Lower Westchester for more
than 40 years, JAMES MCCARTNEY and
SON, INC., will fill all of your needs con-
cerning insurance and real estate. Visit them
at 477 Ashford Avenue, Ardsley, or call
If you are shopping for a house and are in
need of a real estate agent, visit ELSIE Mc-
DONOUGH at 585 Ashford Avenue, Dobbs
Ferry, New York. She and her efhcient staff
will be pleased to help you select a home
any type insurance. Call OWens 5-5724-5.
If your T. V. or radio is in need of repair,
THE ARDSLEY RADIO AND TELEVI-
SION SERVICE will fix it with friendly
and dependable service. Stop in at 653 Saw
Mill River Road, Ardsley, or call OWens
This Sunday pay a visit to the ARDSLEY
METHODIST CHURCH, Ashford Avenue,
Ardsley. Our Morning Worship is held at
both 9:30 and 11:00, the same hours as the
Sunday Church School, in order that both
parents and children will have their services
simultaneously. Our Youth Fellowships are
held every Sunday evening at 7:50. A service
and a welcome for all.
The ARDSLEY CARPET COMPANY, INC.,
specializes in the expert cleaning and repair-
ing of all your carpets and rugs. They also
carry a wide selection of new rugs and carpets
to it every budget. Stop in and see for your-
self at 708 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, or
call OWens 3-5619.
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There's no substitute for experience, and DOBBS FERRY
MOTORS at 397 Broadway in Dobbs Ferry has been in business
thirty-five years. They carry a complete line of Ford cars and
trucks, as well as a wide selection of A-1 used cars. Call OWens
3-0362 for your friendly and efficient authorized Ford sales and
These girls, if asked, would all agree that the
GIRL SCOUTS is the organization to join.
The scouting program is available to all girls
from 8-18. The Ardsley troops also wish to
express their appreciation to the Ardsley
Schools for the use of the buildings for their
The WESTCHESTER GARAGE, located in
Addyman Square, Ardsley, is the place to go
if your car needs servicing. Expert collision
work is done by Mr. Nannariello and his
staff. For emergency road service call OWens
Are you planning a trip this summer? Travel in style with new
seat covers, an auto top, a complete set of car accessories, and
AUTO INTERIORS, INC., located at 154 So. Central Park Ave-
nue, Hartsdale, will be pleased to equip your car as Jack and
Danny have just found out. Phone WHite Plains 6-1711.
For the largest selection in lumber and build-
ing supplies, do as Brian and Roger and visit
ELMSFORD BUILDING MATERIAL CORP.
Located at 5 Nepperhan Avenue, Elmsford,
they feature do-it-yourself supplies such as
tile, screens, and trims as well as fiber-glass
and insulation. For free delivery call LYric
2-7200 or 2-7201.
Al is looking over some of the trophies at
R. E. TeCARR, 285 North Broadway, the
Tarrytowns, New York. Follow his example
for the best in basketballs, golf clubs, bad-
minton sets, and all types of sports equip-
ment. Call Mlidford 1-5741.
SEMMES MOTORS, "Westchester's Largest Dealer," features the
widest selection in the county of Ford automobiles, including
Thunderbird and Falcon. Also for the finest quality used cars
visit Semmes at the corner of Central Avenue and Ardsley Road,
Scarsdale, or call SCarsdale 5-6600.
The ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
COUNCIL, which has worked diligently for
the past two years for the benefit of the stu-
dents, wishes to extend its best wishes to the
1960 ARDSLEYAN and its staff.
I'm sure Brian, "Murty," and Roger are
going to find just what they are looking for
in the line of plants. Follow their example
and take advantage of TACOMA NURSER-
IESl experts who specialize in landscaping
architecture and planting design. Stop in
soon at Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford, or
call LYric 2-6686.
KIPP BROTHERS, INC., experts in the fields of contracting and
engineering, will be glad to serve your needs in either or both
of these fields. See them at 15 Center Street, Ardsley, or call
It's a switch to see father waiting on daugh-
ter, but it looks like joanne's dad is helping
her at RICCIO'S DELICATESSEN at 474
Ashford Avenue in Ardsley. For choice gro-
ceries, fresh fruit, and vegetables and for
quick delivery and friendly service, call
T. V. trouble? Call Laslo Tari at OWens
3-4667 and the TELEVISION SERVICE
CENTER will solve your problems with hon-
est and dependable service. They also service
phonographs and car radios and carry a
complete line of Zenith products at 103
Main Street, Dobbs Ferry.
Grand Union Part-Time Help: jane-ellen Cauvet, Susan Walther,
Craig O'Connor, john Hogan at check-out counter.
S M I L E !
The PACEMAKER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY situated on
Heatherdell Road in Ardsley, New York, is the place to go with
any and all of your building problems. You can be sure of cour-
teous and efhcient attention.
E. ROBISON, INC., has a complete oil heating service for your
home. Hot water heaters, oil burners, boilers, and tanks are sold
and installed. Parts and twenty-four hour home service on any
make burners, are included in the contracts. Our automatic fuel
oil deliveries are an added convenience. The sales and service
store is located in Hartsdale, and the fuel oil storage plant at
Hastings-on-Hudson. E. ROBISON, INC., prides itself on its
dependability as exemplified in the motto, "The house that
Village ai? Ar elle
John H. Van Vliet, Jr., Manager-Clerk
V. William Montuori, Treasurer
Barry Golomb, Corporation Counsel
Mary Kamens, Deputy Clerk, Deputy Treasurer
Teresa Conover, Deputy Treasurer
Henry C. Raab, Police Chief
Eugene Downey, Chief, Fire Department
Arthur Hellthaler, Captain, Auxiliary Police
Francis J. McCormack, Police Justice
Robert P. Sheils, Acting Police Justice
DANIEL J. REIDY, Mayor
Front: Helen C. Townsend, Daniel J. Reidy, Arthur J. Kenney. Back:
William J. Britt, Charles Hinnen
Charles D. Morrissey, Chairman
Bernard Kaplan, Gabriel Senor, John C. Nelson, John M. Cooney
A SPELL-BOUND AUDIENCE
COOKE'S F WERS, INC
295 KNoLLwooD ROAD
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OF PERPETUAL HELP
J. V. CI1e6l'IeCldBl'S ARDSLEYI N- Y.
HODIE MIHI, CRAS TIBI
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YOU MAY BE NEXT
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HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.
560 Wurburfon Ave. GR 8-3232 Varsity bench
WHife Plains 9-5020 Whife
LET'S GO, 'ITCHYBOO'I
Pa rent Teachers'
Bob Mulvey fakes a iumpball at the Edgemont game
BEST WISHES COMPLIMENTS
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ARDSLEY VILLAGE TAVERN, INC.
OWens 3-9707 Ardsley, N. Y.
BENJAM'N H' ADLER ARDSLEY ssnvlce STATION
TOM WILLIAMS, Propriefor
Painis - Hardwares - Tools - Garden Supplies
ConIracIor's Supplies - Keys Made
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD and RIDGE ROAD
T27 MAIN STREET Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
OWens 3-9790 Ardsley, N. Y.
LARRY FOR TWO
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Ian S. Wilson, Inc.
ROBERT WILSON, Manager
A tense moment as Larry Weinman prepares to take a ARDSLEY' N' Y' Owens 34807
shot at the Hendrick Hudson game
SINK IT, DO SINK
Mike Cavanagh ,
Don CIurke shoots at the Edgemont game
COMPLIMENTS BEST WBHES
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RIVIERA PASTRY SHOP
THE HONOR SOCIETY
VILLAGE GREEN Ardsley, N. Y.
DE LUCAI5 GRQCERY HENRY'S HAIRDRESSERS
DELICATESSEN - FROZEN rooos - cow sEvERAcEs
Permanent Waving 8. Hair Coloring
comer of PARKWAY and ASHFORD AVENUE Ample P""'i"9
222 ASHFORD AVENUE Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
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Coach Einhorn and J. v. "5" Hdrfsddle, N- Y- Owens 3-2122
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DOBBS FERRY coMPuMeNTs
MUSIC 81 PIANO CENTER -of'
63-65 MAIN STREET Dobbs
Ferry, N. Y.
THE YONKERS SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
'I MANOR HOUSE SQUARE Yonk
ers 2, N. Y.
WHiIe Plains 9-88I0
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
Qnhnahmn Hdlldill Lientm,
FLORIST 84 GROWER
GREENHOUSES - NURSERY
217 ASHFORD AVENUE Dobbs
Ferry, N. Y.
Cusiom 8. Producfion Sfairs
55 SAW MILL RIVER RD.
Elmsford, N. Y.
TIME OUT TO SMILE
LYric 2-8135 Daniel Capula Adele. Denis, and Valerie
YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK
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Russ, Frank, Denis, and Bill at the Choc
GUARANTY AND MORTGAGE CO.
199 MAIN STREET White Plains, N. Y
ALLEN SCHOOL FURNITURE
WHite Plains 8-4041
WESTCHESTER GOLF RANGE
Stationery - Luncheonett
701 DOBBS FERRY ROAD White Plains, N. Y
ARDSLEY, N. Y. uric 2-6553
LYric 2-8211 S. Marinelli, B. Sc. Ph. EENIE' MEENIE, MINIEI MOE
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For Prompf Drug Store Service
I7A MAIN STREET Elmsford, N. Y.
Imported B- Domestic Specialties l
694 SAW MILL RIVER RD., ARDSLEY
A, SQenzeI J. 5a,,,,de,, Rich Brooks in on election voting booth
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ATLANTIC AIR FREIGHT, INC.
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
OWens 3-5000 Ardsley, N. Y.
J. LINGG AQUATIC GARDENS, INC.
TROPICAL FISH - GOLDFISH
AQUATIC PLANTS - AQUARIUM SUPPLIES
CROSS ROAD Ardsley, N. Y.
Owens 3-0219 Guy, Nancy, Natalie, Judy, and Clem at Columbia Year-
ARDSLEY ART 8. PAINT CENTER coMPuMeNTs
Paini, Wallpaper, Ari Moferlals
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719 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD Ardsley, N. Y.
PETER PACE ARTHUR J. sTucKLEN, INC.
yndgviduaf gfylm Wafer Proofing - Exferior Coafings
Permunenf Waves - Advance Coloring
ia CEDAR smear Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. own' M560
Owens 3-2760 630 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD Ardsley, N. Y
NOW TO TALK THIS OVER SENSIBLY . . .
F. J. McCormack
50 EAST 42nd STREET
New York 17, New York
Bob, Kathy, Bill, Allie, Clem, Wesra, and Roger on
assembly panel MUrr0y Hill 2-6611
5 JUDSON AVENUE Ardsley, N. Y.
AND WHEN WE'RE ELECTED . .
Don George, and Billy at Viceroy Senior party rally
COMPUMENTS OLSON 8. GORDON STATIONERS INC
Everyihing For Ihe Home 81 Office
WHi1e Plains 6-3232
44 CHURCH STREET Wh: e Plains N
JOHN P STREB DOBBS FERRY AGENCY H. 8: H. BODY SHOP
DUCO PAINTING G WELDING
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Body and Fender Sfraighfening
Wheel Alignmenf and Frame Siraighienmg
706 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD Ardsley N Y
Famous For Steaks
Over IO0,000 Have Been Served
DROP THAT DESKI
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Scene from Dramatics Class assembly skit
COMPLIMENTS LAWSONIS SERVICE STATION
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OWens 3-9703 Ardsley, N. Y
from Athletic Equipment
2 NORTH STONE AVENUE
685 CENTRAL AVENUE Scarsdale, N. Y.
LYric 2-8484 Elmsford, N. Y.
COLD WAR TENSIONS
FRED'S AMOCO SERVICE
Tires - Tubes - Accessories
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SERVICES
555 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD Ardsley, N. Y.
Fred and Floyd Lichtenberg
KRUGER'S TOY SHOP
"Famous For Toys In Westchester"
107 MAMARONECK AVE. WH 9-9085 White Plains, N. Y.
Visit Our New Hobby Shop V N H
Krugsr's Hobby Shop
179 MARTINE AVE' WMI' Plains N' Y- Senior candidates for Student Government Day-Bruce,
wi-4 9.1491 Allie, Linda, Bob
DON'T WORRYp WE'LL WIN
The Sophomore Class
Hall scene outside gymnasium
J. E. BRENNAN CORPORATION ARDSI-EY UTTI-E LEAGUE
477 Asnrono AVENUE, ARDSLEY and
Manufacturers Agent Export, Import
wn.LouoHsY's Foon MARKET . Co"""Mf"'s
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MAIN STREET Poultry Farm and Eggs
SPRAIN ROAD Ardsley, N. Y
OWens 3-0500 Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Owens 3-4611
WHIIQ Plains 83900 "l AlN'T GONNA READ NO POEM"
RODIER-ROONEY MOTORS, INC
Plymouth, DeSoto, Valiant
76 S. LEXINGTON AVE. White Plains, N. Y.
Nursery - Green House - Garden Center
Years of Experience 8. Modern Growing
Methods Assure You Quality Merchandise
UNDERHILL ROAD SCUYUIUIQI N' Y- Seth, Barbara, Anneliese, Nancy, Carolann, Denis in
scarsdqle 3-2382 scene from Dramatics Class Assembly
FINE JEWELRY - SILVERWARE
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Over the Counfy Trus! Bank
DR. ALBERT BASSELL, D.D.S.
TURCUS BAKERY Anosusv HARDWARE COMPANY
French, Sicilian and Home-ma
Gus Ranges - Rsfrigerafors - Hardware - Painls
68 MAIN STREET
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
OWens 3-9845 OWens 3-5098
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Ardsley Post No. 458
' of - Exfencls Best Wishes
To The Senior Class of 1960
, WHITE PLAINS CONSERVATORY
JIMMIE S RESTAURANT OF MUSIC
Insirucfion on All lnsfrumenf
"Relax in Pleasant Surroundings"
177 MARTINE AVENUE
MAIN STREET, DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
Frank Turso, Musical Direcior
WHiie Plains 9-1144 WHi1e Plains 9-1151
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THE ARDSLEY SUN-LEADER
THE MASTERSON PRESS
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YORK GOLF BALL CO
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
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Appliances - TV - Houseware
Sales 8 Service
48 PALISADE AVE.
Kurt J. Vollweiler
UNIVERSAL METAL 8. ORE CO., INC.
10 HARTFORD AVENUE
MOunf Vernon 4-0200 Mount Vernon, N.
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STAUFFER cHlsMlcAL co., mc. James Mc'cWh"'Ie" 8' Son
CHAUNCEY' N' Y' Carpenters 81 Building Contracfors
Alferafions 81 Additions
KNOLLWOOD PARK SHELL STATION 37 Forest Blvd' Ardsley, N. Y
Knollwood 8. Easf Main Slreef
Elmsford, New York OWens 3-5567
BEST WISHES FROM
J. A. WILSON METAL PRODUCTS CO., INC.
New YORK, New YORK
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INTERCOUNTY PAVING CO. THE 'Mme' gui' COMPANY
ADVERTISING SALES FOR PUBLISHERS
BLACKTOP DRIVEWAYS - PATIOS - SIDEWALKS
IGA GROCERGRAM - DISPLAY WORLD
HOME IMPROVEMENT TOPICS - THE RANGEFINDER
AMERICAN ROSE MAGAZINE
Owens 3-3431 GReenIeuf 8-3787 EASTERN MOTOR TRUCK NEWS
M. SPANO - G. SPANO
156 FIFTH AVENUE
I3 WESTERN DRIVE ARDSLEY, N. Y.
CHeIsecI 2-3714 New York 10, N. Y.
THEODORA HAIRDRESSERS S C H E R I S H O P , I N C .
ARTIsrIc HAIR COLORING DONNA BONNER
PERMANENTS THAT SATISFY wOMEN's WEAR a. ACCESSORIES
470 ASHFORD AVENUE ARDSLEY, N. Y.
RUDY WORTH Owens 3-4680 19 CEDAR STREET DOBBS FERRY, N. Y,
M R S . H . G 0 L D B E R G SCAPPY'S HARMONY INN, INC.
FINE ITALIAN DINNERS and PIzzERIA OUR SPECIALTY
WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA
SCAPPY'S BOWLING CENTER
and CHILDCRAFT REPRESENTATIVE Bowling Night and Day - Aufomalir: Pinsefiers
Free Parking Fcciliiies
"Be Smurf" "DP Well uf School" 207 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY
OW 3-9759 For Reservations Call OW 3-4196
OWens 3-0715 evenings
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THE ARDSLEY KIWANIS CLUB
Presidenf-JOSEPH C. SOLARZ
OFT 2nd Vice-Presidenf-THOMAS H. TUNNARD
Treasurer-MANUEL MELTZER Secretary-LARRY NARDECCHIA
lmmediafe Pasi Presidenf-HAROLD J. SAZ
Co mp lim e n ty
SENIOR CLASS GF 1960
Chester F. Collier
S. O. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Zuckerman
H. and J. Dubreil
Mrs. Mary Curtin
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Romash
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Staples
Richard, Ellen, Joe and Bette Nisi
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hyland, Jr.
Mindy and Dave Waite
Normie, Claire and Robbie Varney
Jo-Ann and J. J. Hutchinson
Mr. and Mrs. John Pavese
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schaefer
The DeSola Family
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitney
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scala
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Spink
Mr. and Mrs. William Sommer
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kothe
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Henwood
Mr. and Mrs. D'Auria
Mr. and Mrs. Buser
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Rauch
Mr. and Mrs. George Spruck
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taxter
Mr. and Mrs. Ericson
Mr. and Mrs. LaMance
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. Arbuthnatt
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hallock
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Barnett
Mr. and Mrs. D. McGlynn
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Zimmer
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Benedict
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vieiro
Mr. F. A. Witkov
Mr. and Mrs. William Molnowski
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobi
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Greco
The Ken-Brook Shop
David E. Whitehead
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Heller
Mr. and Mrs. J. Solarz
The Saunders Family
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Reilly
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoy
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Glenn Kenneth Lundberg
Giles Stuart Lundberg
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'L. Murtough
Mr. and Mrs. James Raff
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spagnolo
Mr. and Mrs. Resino
Mr. William MacDougall
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harkewitz
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Booth
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schlitt
Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Muckle
A. R. Cerrone
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dosin
Norman J. Livergood
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mead
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Parrish
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tashiian
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kight
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hendee
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stanton
Mrs. Mae J. Hallahan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Muste
Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Grifo
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Izzolo
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boulton
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Speicher
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Goldman
Natalie and Diane Lapitino
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lapitino
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Boyle
Mr. andAMrs. John Hustwitt
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Feit
Mr. and Mrs. Culver
Mr. and Mrs. Murray O. Smyth
Joe K. Levickas
Dr. and Mrs. Edward F. Delagi
Mr. and Mrs. Lehning
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Flanigan
Mr. and Mrs. Goldner
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Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs.
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L. Duncan MacPherson
Mitchell C. Vincent
R. D. Stanton
A. J. Kohlhepp
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Johnson
Dorothy M. Pelda
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kovacik
Miss Cornelia Patteson
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T. J. Eckelman
J. R. Snow
John E. Hoefer
John McAulay, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beaman
Mr. and Mrs. Blatz
Mortelliti Roofing Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morris
Mr. and Mrs. T. Figlia
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
Augusta J. Sveen
Mr. and Mrs. D'Andrea
Mr. and Mrs. F. Coggins
Cpl. and Mrs. F. B. Coggins
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Karp
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Neil
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koors
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Engel
Miss Jean C.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Senor
Miss Ann Gray
Miss Nancy Rowell
Miss April Auer
Miss Karen Johnson
Miss Cathy Hartz
Mr. and Mrs. Osmund W. LeViness
John C. Speicher
Suburban Music Studios
Helen G. Robbie
The DeMetrio Family
Mr. and Mrs. Trow and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Pender Stern
Mrs. Arthur J. Gagnon
The Muffin Man
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dezort
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Abramson
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pavlick
Mr. and Mrs. Loudato
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coghlan
The Fon Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Nolan
Miss Joan England
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll V. Howes
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greco
Mr. Charles C. Clegg
Mr. and Mrs. John Bochnak
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McComb
Jackie Van Vliet
Mr. and Mrs. Boardman
Mr. and Mrs. Von Hagen
Mr. and Mrs. Bringman
Dr. and Mrs. Frank
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Davis Studio, 329 Mamaroneck Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y., and Mr. Charles Clegg, The Comet Press, Inc., 200 Varick
St., New York 14, N. Y. Our thanks especially to Mitchell Ozern, our student photographer of 'I2 Revere Rd.,
Ardsley, who took all of the pictures in the ad section, the photographic art in the senior section and some
tandids. We acknowledge use of picture ideas in Scientific Picture Parade by Watson Davis-published by
Duell, Sloan, 8. Pearce, Inc.
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