Arlington High School - Anchors Yearbook (Lagrangeville, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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the 1955 AN CII 0RS ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Poughkeepsie, New York T BLE OF CO TENTS INIJI AX NI NIXIE II I -XI I W INTFII QPIIINI QI 'NINIIII YE RBOOK STAFF Fdzlor In Chu' -fsszstanf Ldllor Iill IIAIID SIUICNI I I SIIANXI JM UI I NIAIxIJ Tn asurrr literary lhntngruphw -XIIJJ IIxA 'Nettle Nan Ieuxen idlfllf Carol john on I mu Han on I harle Qmvtana l a1I Bradlew Iluth IxatzenQIIenI10 en f 0 Edltnr I 0 Fdltor Roberta Clau Hand I Ier NtanI0x W aI1 ora Jean Burbanlvt Allllt farlmm II .1 A cn trta I X I 0IlIxIlII n as I ll an I r Busznrss 'Nano XIecIcIau I1 Robert Baller Lo manager Robert Denmn .1 rnrla Ilre Pr ru a II ll 1 Xrltne l we x tan tn 1 Iiruc 1 I 0 nlfznagyr Toma Slot um Harold Strin XX1II11m Idtor Ili x X an X 'um XX II xr XX rI1 Ilorothx Halt Ihrlmra Ixuf I tltm Iam xlx rx r d mcrx r int I 1 Ihrl tri Nanan .I . ,I ,I I. , I ................................................. . . 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To these tvvo memhers of the faculty . . . our sineere thanks . . . to vou we dedivate our 1955 mlrzehors . . . your wisdom. thoughtfulness. and kindness will he rememlmered always . . . in i Richard Storm and Alice lane The lzff 0 II man 15 nought els but u long tj lIOI'Ili1 lhal bqgznneth :then he is borne and endelh ll hen he dyeth JOHN FIORIO ln our lixeg an important part of thia journey hag taken place dllfllla the rapt yc ar at Arlin ton. lt ix our purpoxe. throuffh this yearbook. to record chronol- 'c' y ' q - -c at I' as I .'.' il le this :mall but none the le .'.' momentous gegzment. e innin with lndian Summcr. which symhoizeg the openinf day: of the sc oo year. ur have traced the yearf' eventq through Fall. Winter. Sprinv. and Summer. the latter .ea. on reprexentirg. the hnf of our career at .-Xrlin ton. To make hi: account of the .u -ce..ion of evenly more realixtic to the reader. we have employed the .I am of co Irf'l0lJf technique. attempting. to reproduce our thouv t: a- t ey yome-time: are-alwrupt and incomplete hut. when amagied. forminff a somewhat lor ical :ummary of our year's journey. lllCH,-XRD STORM. Editor-in-Chief ALICE LANE. .lssistanl Editor Au., 'N eb yn ,... l'mntRr1u. left In Hgh! lhllxp Ile frandl Ras Yr-rrw Pf-rrx l'err1 Harold! Storm Huparzn en ent! 0 mar D uho eh reszdenlt Prank jacqlxfmarrl P ame Wlll m H X mn BUARD UF ED CATIO Thexe nme men the lem-latne hodx for to meet at leaQt once a month responelble for the effectne budvetmv of the taxpaxer monex see that the hulldlnv the transportation fa problems of remodellnv and expan lon e proud fathers of our neu chools r Town end and Ylr ll I uho 1h une yuh 1 lu uxiun If 4 rant IN a 1 frrx 'I me zh pm roll are the plrmi ur Ihf neu. ifhlllll Q. ,- .g, A C , 0 - , L 1 4 , 'L S- tp 9 , ' 'H '- f 1 Alf S "lu S. Jr.. .A1 1 : ' ,I " I' ",.s. g ' - Central SCh00l Dislrifl. Numbfr 0116 - . . scheduled cilities and the faculty are the best . . . disc-uss the - . . . : Q 3 ' K. 5. . . . th - ' F F u' 5 I' ' s- . . . Nl . ' S . . ' , S' f- ' 'w ' ll' Mr. D'I,uhosl'h, Hr. IJ1 ll lf' nl Mr. Y' '17 '. ' t- g . t - . f - . I 1 X A n I , ,-, i h rl- r 1 x L to t - N r DMINISTRATIO GROWTH A familiar word in our reading and comer satlon today is grow th Our school district has grown in a few years from a small rural school to a large central school system wherein some three thousand young people attend each day Our country is mcreasmg in population at a rapid pace and each of us is changing day by day in many ways We trust the envlronment here at Arlington High School has been conducive to proper growth and that each one of vou has grown in wisdom and ln stature each year you have attended our schools If this has been true for the thousands of young men and women who are leaving our high schools th1s June the future of this great countrw of ours is assured As you go forth contmue to grow in that we may always be as proud of you as we are now at the tlme of your graduation HAROLD C STORM Superintendent S Mr Harold L Storm Mr Donaldj Nelson CURRICULUM EXPANSION Now that you have come to the end of your high school days we hope you will look upon the past four years as a happy and fruitful experience As an mtegral part of your school experiences we have endeavored to provide you with an interest ln c1v1c and social competence that will give you the richest posslble appreciation of America and the democratic life we cherish We have attempted individual abilities and interests might find growth and expanslon The many changes in social and industrial activities together with astounding developments in science have made it necessary for new subjects to be added to the curriculum A broadened industrial arts program new courses in mathematics and languages enriched instruction in the traditional subject areas and improvements in the physical education and agriculture facilities are some of the most recent innovations in our school program Those of us who have known you the past four years are confident that you will find your place in this complex vsorld We hope that we have given you the incentive to strive for greater achievements DONALDJ INELSON Prmcl ' ' GG 77 , , - as V- - , if . , 'Q ' - H in ' .M I L 7 1 1' . , h f X at to provide you with opportunities through which 9 7 .-s,. .,4,J-. . -- .. - ,7,,,,,.fk -,.a-9 HAROLD C. STORM BS., M.A.: S. C.T. at New Paltz, N.Y.S.C.T. at Al- bany, Columbia, N.Y.U.g Superinten- dent of Schools I' Qi" .Z if DONALD .I. NELSON B.S., M.ED.: Ithaca, St. Lawrence, Syracuse, N.Y.U.g Principal 1 lv. , -. Q, --:rs 4 , 1 w . H, r, ,L Q if Y 5 5 WALTER R. NEIDHARDT B.S., Nl. ED.: St. Lawrence, N.Y.S.C.T. at Al bany: Junior High Principal GEORGE B. MacANDREWS B.S., M.A.: St. Lawrence, N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany, Columbia, Guidance Director FAC ELIZABETH ALSDORF: Vassar Hospital, N.Y.U.g School Nurse 107' 1 kg. , I lf 977 . 3 'J if s' .5 .rr If 4 MAX ARNOLD: Phillip Sousa's Band, Band Conduc- MARCARET I. BYRNE A.B. M,A.: College of New Rochelle, Columbia: Dean LTY DOROTHY BEATTIE A.B., B.L.S.: Simmons, Maine, Cin- cinnati, N.Y.S.C.T. at Al- banyg Junior High Librarian AGNES BLAIR Secretary 6,3 HO' 'Q-u H1 f' ADI IN BODNFR -K B 9 Albanw Citizenship Education RUTH CLOW A B B LS NYSCT at Albany L brarzan FAC LTY MARION BRADH AB M A Mlamn Columbla Eng I5 KATHERINE COOKE Asszstant Secretary aww GABRIEL DEEB B E M A SCT at New Paltz Colum bla funzor Hzgh Cmzen Ed ucatzon MARGARET BROOKS A B M A Goucher Columbna Jumor Hugh Englzsh M HOLLAS DINDOT BS M A Bowllng Green Ohxo State Wllllam and Mary Muszc :HI S AGNES :L:F:xbam YN I U emu VOGDFEE W" KENNETHO5-220 znduwwl NY SC Matheml1lC5 Nhaml Sun! Educazwvl SCT at Cohxmbxa Sxena PM 5160 ns 1 ff! , A -, , A V U ,ai ' I . , . , I I a f 1 . I Q 'Q' 1 I vt u ,..1 A K .K M 4- 's i na I - A 1. . .I A . . . .I I . . .' - -s N.Y..,.ft.T. at . 51 .1 ' ', ' 4 - . .: . ' : . . . . 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'hmm' NIARCELLFyenCl' WILLIAM Tplz c ence and 5 C h Fordham ag New Pa I High Enghs Drwer Edllcatwn v-wwrffmmz-w-rw, M4 5 52 1 RGARET WALSH AB WILLIAM WIZEMAN BS LORNA VAIL BS MA ANTOINETTE VANASCO MA Russell Sage NYU Home AB MA NX SCT at Al MA College of Mount St SCT at Buffalo Mamten Economics bany Mxddlebury Latm and Vmcen! Fordham Englzsh ance Supermqsor Spanish ALBERT WOOTTON B.S.. TLA.: Rutgers. Columbia Mathematics U21 DOROTHY CUMMINGS AUDREY KNEPKA EMANUEL KORYBLUTH DOROTHY LITTLE 71 E yo ny' A ' fn nw ' ' ' WdM M W U N Wm M 9 INDIAJV SUMMER SEVENTH GRADE Y v SEVENTH GRADE yffp G yi Front Row. left lo right: R. Haight, D. Baitinger, V. Ed- monds, D. Addor, S. Nygren, E. Ervien, L. Swvnsen, K. Green. F. Kapinas, B. Lemke, J. Hicks, J. Scribner. Second Row: VV. Seeland, R. Rugar, E. Williams, D. Weil, R. EIGHTH Hanalmurgh. R. Davis, ,l. Bradley, L. Fauci. W. Gibson, D. Brower, J. lfook, Mr. Moore. Third Row: R. Kroll, R. Wilson, L. Harriman, L. Carroll, M. Fuller, H. Wager, J. Sarhavher, H. Simpson, W. Gardner, J. Eylers. GRADE wi Front Row left to right L Bom? Q Yolnick E Rohrer F Nwartz lx Dool H Zammiello L Blanchard L Pen nafhio E lung P Lxnih Nefond Rou. D lkampfer ,l Ldward NI 'Northrup L Emmett J Haine L Wlillard N r R C Nmith Third Rau Nl Reillw T Bo a B W hite R Qhar kellon L Tran J Wiurch 'Nl V illiam I Ioomi Fourth Ron l Qpeidel R Se-cor C Smith cm h Woo hou f' frm V Pa 6 Fl th ou T lohann PH H Larkin E Babrock C V mer H Bros nell EIGHTH GR DE L. fkx Front Row, left to right: W. Srrihner, C. Goodrich, E. Robinson' H' Hoffman' A' Hewlfff- A' SlmP0n, .l Kazlosky, J. Scar-via. H. Robison. J. Davis. N. Gardner, B. 5iCDani9l. Nl. De Forest. Third Row: C. Davis, E. D. Briggs, S, Singn, M, Cole, P. Quinlan, Second Row: j, Plessis, C. Goodrif-h. K, White, G. Wohlfahrt, F. W. Zuevk- Mackey. S. Murphy, C. Czech, T. McCord, C. Taber, R. frt. G. Frfer, l. ElmCnd0rf. :-- Q. 4 Third Row: K. MCC-overn, P. Smith. B. French. P. Win slow. J. Warren. J. Knapp. Y. Mackie. Cf. Nir-hols'-S. R Front Row. left to right: P. Hawley, B. Slevensky, C. Cold. J. Davis. J. Martin. L. Ronk. M. Summers. L. Root. Fevond Row: ll. Convf-ry. M. Stone. B. Green, M. Flynn. Eberhard. F. Holder. Fourth Row: C. Moose. .l. Quinn ll, Brown. B' Shirley. J. Slocum. 0. Orton, L. Lauin, l.. Yan l.euxf'n, R. Wieshurg. D. Fitzharris. ,l. Gardner, ll, Moro. l. Downing. P. Grolhv. U71 EIGHTH GRADE in las Front Row. left to right: R. Freni. C. FOSS. I. Cerrato, S. Beattie. .l. Ellis, J. Baraeh. E. Silber. P. Kuehler. .l Sherman. S. Snow. Serand Rau: Nl. Freer. Nl. Maek, .l. Vail. S, Fassett. K. Conia, R. iiontarino. T. Marshall. l.. ...ali Hadden. C. Dickinson, S. Sheldon. Third Row: F. Al- lardyee. N. Nerangis. P. Dean. l. Freer. M. Moyer, W. Rruee. E. Ilavo. F. Burgis. J. Kelsey. Fourth Row: K. Pelham. G. Winslow. F. Nothnagel. R. Skinner. P. Barth. G. Robertson. L. Russell. 181 Q if Front Roux left to righl: C. Rugar. B. Morse, E. Elmen florf. D. Katzowilz. ff. Bank-. G. Shaffer. E. Gilleo. D. Bean 5. Connors. B. w'8ll8K'f'. ll. Yan Pell. Sernna' Rau-: NI Casseles. M- M-iilurno. Y. Soulef. .l. Edmonds. Y. Plare. S. Bates. D. Brown. D. Dennis. Thinl Rout T, Denning ff. Titus, J. Clark. C. Niehergall. H, Shell. J. Crammae. Y Crudello, B. Stoutenburgh. Fourth Ron: A. Ferrie. .l Popp. R. Tompkins. R. Morris. R. Rlodgetl. -2' -'f ,rx Air 4-.fl Qk-' '- ' li 1. R5 Offs' :Ou ZS 'QP Front Row. left tu right: E. Williams. l.. Delaney, V. chio, B. Miller. J. lfrlwurds. Serund Rnu: Nlr. Moore Wirhouski, I.. Emmet, B. Mcflonnel. W. White. U, Nlastrac- fadriserl. J. Kelsey, W. Page-, A. Ferris, E. lluplessis. B. Baright. J. Cardner. James Gardner presides . . . Mr. Moore ad- The apprentices to the licensed Senior High rises students interested in audio-visual aids . . . club . . . prepared for Federal Commissions exam teaches them to understand mechanisms . . . to he in January , , , learned code and radio theory projectionists and tape recording operators . . . . . . used short wave receivers with help of Hr. Folster . . . preparing to get licenses when fresh- men . . RADIO CL Front Row. left to right: J. Redinger. F. Lutz. Nl. Kane, B. Goodrich, R. Justice. R. Walters, B. Tator. K. Lynch. F. Bruce. W. Odell. B. Moore. K. Jessen. B. Kirby. F. Peil. C. Burgi, D. Taylor. J. Cole. D. Burgess. Third Row: Mr. Schroeder. K. Eng. Second Rout B. Cookingham. fl. Folster fadi-iserl. J. Quinn. G. Light. B. Hein. W. Hege- man, C. Smith, R. Secor. R. Crodello, R. Nothnagel. .r 90 Front Row left to rzght I Cerroto L Ronk E kmg Nl R Contarmo Second Row J War en J lxnapp f Flynn C Blanchard R C Smnh C Gold B SIPXPH ky We-mer D Nloro H Brownell T Johann en X goule F Winslow W E L F R E S Q U A D No runnmv IH halls members dlrect trafflc between classes mamtam order m pass mg to assemblles conduct a1r rand drxlls thls years presldenl lreta Wmslow aduser The baby Arlmgtoman busv CdllOI'lIl chlef lN1cholas lNerang1s gulded by 'Nlrs Moore meet once a week paper exerw slx weeks manv lntereslmg artlcles orlgmal storles 'Nlr Sorrentmo 2:55 poems mtervlews book summanes club A R L 0 T E Front Row le t to right R Randall B Ireland M Warren P Dean R Shuler 'NI Laflln 'N Ne-ranga F Nloyer E Rogrer J Bararh J Dau K Fonla J Cook Allardyre ll Kampher Third Rau F Barth X xI3fhlF C Bern R 'Nlarche e qecond Rou H Reynolds W omerrx Q Fas ett J Vall Aar n l Tr L 9 s 1 -11 E- .: .- - , K, - S- L 6 9 s' as .- . - T ' ,, ,Lis e Y.-N Q , a. . . , si U 0 . 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" i - 5 X 152 ' : In ll . I' . I '- 11' lla . ' ' I u nu 1... . I I . 21 t P 1 9 fx 'R Front Roux ld! In right: l.. Holm' -trom. l', Benjamin. lf, Weil. B. Bortli- wsirli. .l. Sleight. Nl. Kliller. Ser-final Rvu: E. Bali:-m-lt. R. 'L Smith. .l. Z6-lPZnili. l. fllheisvr. ,l. l"reerA R, -I, Nlorris. LIBR RY CL B The future thespians of AHS .... directed by Hrs. Traver . . . student advisers from Senior High. Wvalt Moyer and David Browne . . . pre- sented "Not Quite Suvh .-X tlooseu . . . lwesides learning to read lines. study stage movement and design . . . S. Freer. R. Yue-th. Third Rau: G. Pittala. R. NI. Freni. A. Mai' Kenzif-. Nl. Fanelli, lf. Cold. ll. Fvlmesson, S. Riddle. l.. ll'Ai1gzi-lo. lfniirlh Ruiz: P. Stair. ll. l.afko. Wi. Shirley. Wh .lones. Wi. Xlyr-rs. Check. file and stamp . . . one of the serviee organizations . . . meet on alternate Wednesdays . . . decorate bulletin hoards in the library . . two groups. seventh and eighth grades . . . super- DR ATIC CL B fron! Row. left to right: ll, Whiligmra. ll. Ollivett. fl. Nazzaro. H. Zammiello. lf. Fillwr. Y, linkleman. D. Spef-kenhai-li. Si-riirid Rou: S. Str-fl:-n-on. .l. Lama. Y. tiooke. B. Ferrin. P. Burgi. K. Ihml. ll. Smith. .l. llollaril. 3 FN s DQ' Fmnl Rau. left lu right: Roger Cooper, '- Barbara Belknap. Jean Sr-ar-f-ia, Sally Fiore. Lois Swenson. Jean Humphrey. Joseph Nir-hols. Sefond Rout Kenneth While. John Mrllaniel. Peter Albert- son. Fred 'fan Tassel. Alton Aeker. Frank Zueekert. Third Row: Margaret Fuller. Robert Tompkins. Rivharfl Blotlgett. Patrieia Quinlin. Une of the newly organized activities in the Junior High . . . sponsored by Mr. Freni. a lo:-al photographer . . . students learn to take pir-tures. develop negatives. and print glossies . . . a potential hobby. CONSERVATHJ CL B Front Roux left to right: J. Hivks. D. Baitinger, M. Tator. ll. Katzovsitz. M. Northrop. H. Haines. R. Robertson, K. Yan Wagner. B. Keebler. J, Lattin, I.. Pannavvio. P. Km-kler. J. Martin. Second Row: T. Bolha. S. Murphy. M. llolt-. IQ. Loomis. S. Yolnivk. J. Ellis. M. Pannavcio, N. lf. Stoutf-nliurgh. T. Johannson. .., : .. 1 M , 'P' x C MER CL B Anyone for hiking: . . . Mr. Kaelin. adviser . . Harry Lattin. president . . . purpose-under' standing: outdoor life . . . ronserving natural re- sources . . . studying prevention of fires . . watching entertaining: and educational films. Gardner. ff. Cooper. M. Wallin. E. Kazlosky, J. Mavkey Third Row: T. Briggs. T. Royster, C. Lyman, M. Summers J. Wixson, R. Abbate. ll. Wager, R. Briggs. P. Hawley, S. Graham Fuurth Row: I.. Carroll. W. Gardner. H. Lattin P. Bouloukos. ll. Moro. C. Czech. ff. Speidel. R. Lovelave P. Winslow, R. Davis. 545 ,,. 5 FALL i26l GE ER LGRGANIZATIO I 'KJ' Front Row, left to right: E. Hart, G. Bradley, L. Ronk. l. Dolan, D. Horton, A. Wirhouski. B. Davis, M. J. Reed. C. Johnston, M. L. Lane. Second Row: J. Cavo. W. Linivh C. Bower, P. Magnarella, C. Davis R. Raaber, J. Boyar. C. Bradley, Miss Reilley-"This is old busines-." I r 5 4 B. Appel, 'l'. Seils. R. Balion. Miss Reilley. Third Rou' NI. Nlarchese. R. Lama. R. Stone. P. Place, B. Dexter. L Birehall. J. Budd, P. D'l,uh0sc'h. W. Howell. Fourth Rau' C. Smetana, S. Sandberg. Mr. Nelson. lf. Smetana-"I Solemnly Swear 4 5-1 The rap of the gaxel meetmv called to order hx Prealdent Charles Smetana ro call two repreientatnea from each homeroom Dot Horton Q report on lxorean W ar Orphan Drne exceeded the quota extra monew ent Ill Care packages motlon made to Qell -X H S Qxseat shlrts Bob Iama to check details Nlore motlons to allot 3100 to Semor Scholarehrp Fund to but mem hershxp pme to place fl O box rn office no more new huemesa meetmg ad journed NI 'Xlarchf-e Suggestion please W lmuh l llpman 'Thu one ls n 's ,Yo B R Lama Onlw Q2 50 "'f ll Horton Shes uneo us 4,1 X I A U71 mi N. Hmwll. ll. BTfHXf'I'gfn.Nf'll'7I wuts mwr. plmv' 'i ELFARE SQUA "l.et's go on those stairs. please" .... the familiar ery of the Welfare Squad .... Keeping order in the halls .... eontrolling trallic- during those hectic two minutes .... gong .... gong . . . . there goes a Welfare Squader to her fire- drill post .... "Silence is Coldenii . . . . the Front Roux left In righl: Nl. Xlerihexs. K. Ryan. .l. Purrly. l.. Kline-r. B, lrr-land. l,. l7l'f'llf'l'lf'liF. K. llf'YllH'SNt'y. ll. lllan- tlinu. S. l.asko. Xl. Ulzlf-nlmurgx. K. lnheltl. ll. lfmnivtt. ll Pink. Swuml Huw: Nl. Brands. .l. Dalton. S, llroism'll N. l'list'hf'r. l. Yalzler. B. Priest. S. Hay. Nl. :Xrnstz-ad. li Banks. lf. Priest. ll. Johannsen. B. Kennzirfl. Tlzinl Run: Nl. Ste-el. B. Senior. J. lfase. J. Hart. ll. llllglllf'b. llrusie fl. H K F. Sf-rinow ".'llrm wiur pu,s!s."' Welfare Squads motto during air-raid drills .... 8th period on Wednesdays .... Marilyn Steel 1-ondur-ts the meetings in the r-aleteria .... Mr. lNIaeAndrews supervises all vluh activities .... members climaxed the year's toils with a picnic at Baird Park .... S. Nladson. ll. Rafferty. ll. Wiohn. l'. .Xllf-n. N. Howell. Fnzxrlfz Rllllif N. Yan l.f-men. l.. l,LilI'l1t'I'. fl. Mlams. ll. Wlim-alley. ll. Fox. l". f,lIlt'Illlllf2. ll. Raalln-r. ll, llaiglit. .l. lvallaee. Nl. Haines. W. l'ie-rson. Ifijrh Roux' ff. Plass. B. Benjamin. J. llunaliurgll. F. Sv-rino. li. llratly. .l. llenni- S. Toth. A. Ustf-rlmuflt. W. Nmlziez. Nlr, Nlafx-Xnrlrevs ficlx iser l. ,P f . AY I RLI GTO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO I -5' 5. Nan dr Water. ll. W Illllillls. N. Yun l.o'uwn. "ll will .xhnul 'rm up Ihr' nziflrflull' Tickets please . . . originated to handle athletic activities .... helps students as well as teams .... purchase A..-XA. ticket for admit- tance to all home games .... available to fac- 3,5'i"i 'Nt 534, AQ ulty and alumni. too .... keeps graduates in F touch with school functions .... still sharing interests with us in becoming champs .... ' President Brad Lynch .... signed all tickets by . . . . Bruce Yvright and Nettie Yan Leuven. Ni other officers .... faculty supervision by Mr. C Nelson. Mr. Storm. Coach Jordan. Mrs. Ranucci. : and Mrs. Alsdorf .... Treasurer is Miss Cook 4 -el. . . . . by selling tickets needed funds are raised -' A . . . . used for purchasing equipment and paying other expenses of athletic program .... ofhcers S 6 , elected by student body .... only seniors are eligible .... B. uiflglll. l.ynf'l'l+i'.4llnu' mp. A.A.A. OFFICERS Fran! Ruup left to right: Nlrs. Ranucci. Nlr, Nelson. Xliss Cook. Nlr. Jordan. Nettie Yan Leuven Bruce Wright. Bradley l.ynch. ll. llllllssvs ,JIU r 5 r. PVEWifil'lII VARSITY FOUTBALL 523 Front Row. left to right: T. Nlt-Donald. W. Gillette. R. Reis. R. l.ynr'h. C. Smetana. R. Davis. T, Nlillett. N. l.ewr- age. J. Reilley. manager. Serum! Rout: Nlr. Jordan. lloaeh: .l. Xlalthouse. S. Waligora. T. johnson. ll, Casement. S. Sandberg. G. DePaolo, lf. Lani-aster. T. Ferrari. Third Rau' Nlr. Nloore. Ass't liouvhz A. Klrotty. R. Duelos. A. Con tarino. W. Tator. R. Browning. B. Wright. R. Jones. R Gage. H. Willis. A. Batlami. R. Tomlins. Mr. King. Ass' Coach. Front Raw. left to right: ll. Mat' lntosh. ll. Rattista. ll. Harranil. R. Tom J lins. R, Wlesteott. l.. Heylmruvk. ll. Nlvffomlm. R. Nlaekey. Seeuntl Roux' Nlr . ' Knops. ffoaeh: Wi. Neilson. ll. Nelson. .l. Zvleznili. 5. Sandberg, G. Aeker. .l Kelly. A. Wohlfahrt. J. Wisseman. -5 A if, 1' .5 'V 'x bi 'll . 7 ' . A- 5 -.af if I Hats off to D.C.5.I-. champions of l95'1 .... very successful season .... result of teamisork and veteran players .... returning to the line-up vvere Charlie Smetana. Bruce Wright. Bill Tator. Brad Lynch. Ron Duclos .... last years active reserves completed the team .... Dave Page. Ronnie Duclos. Boh Reis. Cary Depaolo .... lost the first game vvith Tappan Zee T-0 .... disregarded had start .... easily trimmed Car- dinal Farley. Roosevelt. and Liberty vvith scores of I8-0. 26-0. 26-6. respectively .... power packed eleven had stands in an uproar at Wappingers' game . . . . blocked the extra point and walked oft the field with the championship .... the score. 1,1-13 .... games with Beacon and Port Jervis also thrillers. 6-ll and ll-12 .... terrihc foothall from a great team .... the J. Y. team also victorious .... heat Beacon. Roosevelt. Oakwood. and Cardinal Farley .... tied Wap- pingers and Newburgh .... lost to Litchfield. Connecticut. Varsity .... amazed fans at Beacon game .... completed that long pass in last tvvo minutes and won 7-2 .... hoth teams honored at hanquet at school in January .... hig sur- prise . . , "Doc" Blanchard was the guest speaker . . Coach Jortlun. "Dfw" Blanchard . . congratulations to the champions. "Block that lfif-lf."' l 2' 3' I Y 1 hifi! 'cm high. hi! 'cm lou'."' 'I -4, l53l ii. Front Row, left to right: W. Collins, J. Roth, W. McC0y', J. Collins, P. Thurst, W. Campion, R. Leverage, E. Phillips. Second Row: E. Carbone, J. Horvath, J. Robin, W. Neilson, R. Bower, R. Marsh, A. Osterhoudt, D. Harrand. A. Landolfa, Mr. Lacey, Coach. A long pass .... fifteen yards. ten. fiYC overpowered Cardinal Farley Military Academy. . . a touchdown .... Coach Lacey paced Pine Plains, and Wappingers .... lost to Roose- . . . . C08Cll Pascoe yelled . . . . Tllllrsl velt, Newburgh, Kinggtgn , , , , practiced long, and David Harrand, potential Varsity playCrS -..- strenuous hours with Varsity and J. V. teams .... the backbone for next year's J. V ..... F. Bower, C. Roth, D. Battista, A. Landolfa-Ouchf Those Foofball UV L9UPff08? splinters! 341 CROSS COUNTRY Front Roux left to right: ll. Kilmartin. R. Swartout. V. McKenna. R. Salzer, R. Andrews. R. Twyman, .l. Detweiler. S. Jaynes. Ser-um! Row: J. Miller, E. l.osef-, B. Gasparro. P. l.eYance. A. Schoessou, W. Moyer. 'lf Sails. J. Cruger, Xlr. Fogden. lloach. nOver the hill and through the woods" every afternoon from three to five .... these boys never tire .... this year, an in- experienced team .... except for Vince McKenna. the outstand- ing harrier .... established a superior record for himself .... tSt. John-s. first .... N. Y. lf. fifth .... Westchester Coaches. first .... Fordham, fifth .... section 1A finals. second .... State, fourth .... I Five top contenders next year .... Jack Cruger. Richard Swartout. Stanley Jaynes. John Detweiler and Vince McKenna .... J. Detweiler. R. Andrews. V. McKenna, Mr. Fog- den, S. Jaynes. R. Twyman-"These are the re- sultsf' iw- llc' x . . NI F1 15 wr, V. McKenna-The Winnerf T' x f I f A. , 35 'Vx fp R P ., G, z 1 if A 5. Z ' :iF y World Series-ll's going. going. CONE' 5. Keenan-"Not another book. Mr. Slahlherger?" 361 M. Hellman-This is English? Y. Russell. C. Lattin, P. .-Kbbate. Mr. Whitehead- Uthird fnger. right hand." D. J. Traver. R. Storm. A. Lane-"There's your pflrwyf' 3. ,Au if M3 ,of Nl ',,,.,-"' S. Waligora and l.. Hanson-"V'hixtlv while' you work." R. Davis-"0uz'h.' That's my fool." Gall 'X -M J f X., A-1"-77" '15 R. Westcott :1n1lRrf'63Nvn-Hf-ads ur mils? cxbnld , afar Mr. Mac Andrews and B. Reis-"UI course. you can always-.', 261' 6 Gym rlaes. Im on mx wav Night Football-"He'x our man." Nlr Kmg and A frotty He's a casualty. Where Q the blfdl69 C Smetana From this angle. it looks good." .31 U73 fiii? FRESHMA 'NN 1 Front Row, left to right: S. Brusie, J. Brown, M. A. Am- F. Bonahue, B. Cam-hio. W. Campion. Third Row: P stead, E. Benjamin, P. Blanchard, R. Blandino, J. Alliotta. Thurst, G. Van Bramer. C. Baright, A. l-Jauhman, W J. Baitinger, D. Corrado, M. Clark. Second Row: C. Cal- Cross, E. Carhone, R. Baird. D. Wheatley, R. Cypher lahan, J. Budd, J. Chapman, G. Basek, S. Cary, M. Bradley, Fourth Row: B. Christian, R. Daniels, J. Bloomer, A na. 5.5.4, H film. say W " . I E . dz' .iii . 7th Period English Class Dans I Black R Utter 9 Karon .l faxo D Croll Here they are at the bottom of the ladder but eager to learn new members of the Senior High not ready to organize as a class .... must learn the ropes rst .... primary aims to adapt themselxes to their new surroundings .... and then to choose activities with discretion . . CLASS cars 15' fl I' hlhu mn! Roux IPI! In righl: YI. Nllllwy. P, llavi-. P, Quivk, NI. Yaita. A. Wirhnuski. P. Romanello, .l. Yamvn. G. llorffn. .l. Plxrrly. N. Collins. Srruncl Roux' P. Raf- ff-rty. F. ,lurar'ka. N. Webb. P. Williams. Nl. Haines. R. ff. Ung. P. Goodwin. ww. Wozfl V I .- W! Lawton. D. Haight. G. Hanahurgzh. R. Plamhevk. Third Rau: ff. Der-ker, P. Ynmans. N, Snead. R. Ui Crandii. C. Wrood, Xl. Phillips. B. W'0hn, M. Wfadfl. fl. PIaSs. Fourth Rllu'.' zif-z. ff. Der-ker. R. Holsapplfa. J. Horvath. R. Lf-wragff. T. Wir-kman. R. Whitr. un! R u 1 H r I 1 1 X Ron nu uar out rl N Pnrf-r 0 N fH c e or r mn fhorne R Nc hrmle-r I W llllafll I Romanc-H0 R Nalzf r 4: 1 n an r I x :urth Rau e f I0 mt N hrnflc er e Q U I r 18 a ob an Y f 1 R Nfrl cr mal an lhzrl 39 FRESHMAN CLASS XX X x WINTER -9 I I L42 -9 DRAMATIC CL B 7 ,Ll - .irq FrrmlRuu1lf'fttu right: C. BrafIIPy. .l. Burbank. F. Burgvr. Brower. I.. Botkin. A. Hvnwn. NI. flroihir-r, If, Callahan :L Qfmlmlingtmn pK. ffnrrariu. N. I'IIkinfI. .l. .-Xlliottu. Ii. F. Browne-II. NI. Brauila-5. P. Fa1'inarc'i. YY, Gm-k. .l. IITHHP Iilanflino. NI. If. Iingllv. .l. Haitillglvr, Ii. flurtnn. NI. Nui- ll, Budd, H, lflauss, II. Iiglv, XI. I.. finnklin. H. Iliflranfli stead. N. lJo1Ig:f'. .l. lim-s. ,l. I:iiNR'l1lt'Ill. ,Nm-urzzl Rout II. Third Roux' H. Illzlivll. II. Ifighnmiv. .I. Cano. H. Iirigrgxs. Nl Clark. 5. I'Illf'II. I.. Illzu-k. 5. lionnrri. N. Holm-rlsrnn. ,x Q-Q 'V 19' ' TJ -5 Fmnl Roux lwfl In Vfgfllf XI. Xlillurwl. II. XIur'vI14vll-v. 5. l.im-lllrnhan. XI. l,41-In-r. N, I.yn1'h. R. KutlrrxvlIf-nlmgvn. X Hay. K. Infivlfl. X. Illkimi. Ix. II:-nm---ry. 'lf Xlarw-Ilu, N. Knox. Thirfl Kun: .I. I.i::v-ru. F. I..n-nn, Y, Nlillx. X I,l'.ll'Il. 1 , II.m1g vr'. X. Ilf-IAII. IP. IIl1:Il:'-. Nvrfrzff Run: XI. l,gme-, XI, Hum. l'. King. II, Ifulr-. II, I.f-xwry, I, K4-Ilvr. IH I.LlII!'. I,. Kung. 5. I.uIwnx. XI. IIe'I.uI, I. I.4mf', Ii. I.z1I"z1I 1'v'. I. INI:-r. l"ff11rlf: Kun .' N. King. XY. I,ini1I1, XI, Xl41wk.IJ,Kin N, lnrnrnrg, l. Xhltlnmn-1-. X, II:u1ggvn. II. II11rr1-nn. Yu I - 'il-.ill u-'-H mlm ?' ' 9- 5 ' , ll'-51: tj ' A -1 t Ill!! V if' . 'X' 2 ?-'S-'E , at 5 ,si 0111 we Q!--'a . sr Q If cr. 4 ---, 5, OK t B ll: Front Row. left In right: Charles Smetana, Stan Waligora. Donald Traver. Second Row: Steve Sandberg. Neil Robert- Mr. Folster, Adviser: Charles Fleishman. Robert Mackey. son, William Howell. Richard Storm. Brad Lynch. An important service organization .... an in- this yearls president. Brad Lynch .... new ad- valuable aid, particularly to teachers .... member- viser. Mr. Folster .... effective use of all audio- ship for boys with high scholastic standing .... visual materials is their department .... movie must be taking college technical course .... recom- and filmstrip projectors .... public address mendations from two teachers necessary .... systems for assemblies and basketball games .... stage lighting .... R. Mackey, WI Howell-"I me B- l-Ynf'h-M'M'- PV?-tfflfnfvw tu interrupt. but therefs u film D. J. Traver and S. Wuliflofd flown in . . . .U "Dim, Dim. the Lights." 441 . ,L R nil I-- 99 t Ein , 4 .3 .9 I Xi' t fl. if Q k TK, Front Row. left to right: E. Vrooman. R. Houston. S. Cary. Balzer. F. Lusito, B. Christian, Nlr, Folster, Adviser: R. Nl. Bradley, Il. Brower. W. Pierson. Second Row: R. Haga.W.Shortcll.A. Emery. R D10 CLUB K2 H S I .... the radio station for A.H.S. transmitter for the use of speech in sending and . . . . primary objective . . . . becoming li- receiving? . . . . printing and selling cards censed operators .... must learn Morse Code to do so .... chief organizers for cluhfl'resi- as well as principles of radio .... this years dent. Robert llalzer and adviser. Mr. Folster .... project-raising money to buy V.F.O ..... la supervise trips to New York twice a year to take F.C.C. test .... R. lloiiston-"just Call Mc Mr. l3"i:unl." R. Houston, R. Halzcr-"This is K2HSl." .55 3.5 "" . , . .,.. . Q Q " 'Ni 4 'J Q l 'SP 111:11 Q Mu, .- w '2'L"'i:'. 5 7 545 1 iihd,-i4 'W Sw W,--ll-ll A calll-E-miwlilni Wfa ill-fl'-IEEE. llll I QBRS WQHII -'I 4 , ,,'n . I-I - U I wa 'G-VJ' I-I2 IIIIKHW' ' 'J ,fV'W 6 . K A KI GCLUB 26 L 35 -db Q 1 . I , I V 1 1 X S!! S 'iii' Front Row. left lu righl: Sandra Burger. Barbara Kufs. .lacquemar1l,l3awn Harrison. Second Row: Mrs. Manning. Judith llcttcrich, llarry Broun. Sandra l.aing. Suzanne Aflviserg Nancy Medclaugh. llurliara Dexter. Warren How, .loan Casement. Yirginia llelal. The richest activitiy in A.H.S ..... at least on Mondays . . the super- visor. Mrs. Manning .... valuable experience gained bv members .... count- ing. recording. and depositing money weekly .... the central treasury being the Poughkeepsie Savings Bank .... .l A I W. DOW. U. Harrison-"All this money and nunc nf it mine." 5. Laing. and Y. llelal-"Un Your Awoun f. i461 l NB N. Meddaugh -Prizutc Sec retarv. if " ?XE,1Q, if 0 . Q: ei Qs 901 .. 'P N" S as . f 1 6 xr ls LN Front Row. lcfl In right: J, Perkins, R. l-aFalr'f-. J. Yumf-n J. Rigzhtmeyi-r. l.. Frerlcricks. K. llennessey. ll. tjahill, l.asko. S. Tlihb-. J. ffatalano.Sgmn1l Ruu: M. Oldenburg M. Millard. T. Slocum. lf. lfxum. 'l'. flarlson. B, lrelanfl ll. Mandexille, B. Selwth. B. Benjamin. Miss films. Anlxiser. Thin! Roux' IJ. Hughes, M. E. Jamieson. l.. Miller. P 6 . v 5 fl if f Q5 1- llavis, J. Senior. M. llrum. ll. Schroder, U. Thorne. J. Smith. Fourth Rout ll. Mr-Bride, l.. King. P, Yeomans. N. Fischer. ll. Johanns-en, M. Cary. Kee-hier. C. llagu. Fifth Rout B. Seaman. .l. Chapman, J. A. Yfallavr. N. Howell. P. Allen, ll. Car-chio. J. Spencer. J. Lasko. Sixth Row: D. Sleight. J. Roth. IJ. llasis, B. Senior. C. Plass. LIBRARY CL B A world without books . . . inconceivable ranging .... want a special quotation . . . . . . . . they're essential . . . . as is the Library a reference for your essay . . . . some pamphlets Club which keeps them in order .... they have for history .... they're ready to assist .... many jobs .... pasting. mending. checking, ar- a service club for the beneht of all .... directed by Miss Clow .... E M. Place. B. Sebeth-"TheKe hare lu be fled." ll. Mandeville. R. LaFalce. N. Fisher-'ifhfs one iv two days 4 01'erdue."' I On, on B. Appel-"Here 1'I isf Vu ume 10. August. l940." GIRLS' ln . o Jw I FRN n 4 s 1 fFR 4 ex and Y HP H81 N ......,.,.,. fat: SPURT HP RN 1 1 r lnralt N IPR n fl 'BH ' ' ' N ' N-U1 N IBXII dl hm mn GIRLS SPORT l rmrtx l .1 Xlarw l tu fonklln get em up 'Nlr Ranurcr Q perpetual crs ClUI'1Hf' so exball Qeaion e s Het rt oxer the net jugt one of the mam after fhool eport ln whlrh the rfllfl partlclpate the other ln the fall Qoccer and archerx 1n the xxrnter ba ketball and m the prxnv baie a aluass practlcm Qportgmamhlp and Co operatlon uhnle learnmv lull auumulat ln POI HQ almmg for that letter 015' BKNR TBAII 'Nettle Yan leuxen YOIIEYB-Kll Pltnn game B-XQKETBRII B hut' Q Keenan and E Wrl on BXNKFIBAII lnrla Punk and lat llre ler I49 50 SRE TBA W' Q sf, .fl QNX 12' K SCORES A H 9 Team Opp Dow-r Wappmgers Beavon Highland I lberu Pffekeklll Front Rau lefl ln ugh! Startmg ullh 19 mum J Xllller B Lsnrh I- Nnarthout B Wright J Reed R Blanh C Bser E Bedf-Il J 'Nloore U Ylurpln N Sandberg, W Howell Roncewlt C F 'Nl A Hnghland Peekcklll Dm er St Patrmckc New Paltz Be-amn F F WI -K Roo exe-lt W appmger J K' A larnc- Robbin. Arnold Elkind. Secunr1Rnu': Anthony Ferrari. S 7 Fmn! Roux left to right: Kenneth Hotaling. flharlcs Lancaster. U I Nt-il Rolwrtxon. I.:-onard lleybruck. .lack Kruger. ffoach rr ,.. Anthony Landolfa. Richard Stone John Plambeck. Kenneth Trainer Hlvp to the basket. over the rim. come on boys bound king . . . Brad Lynchls completed hook -put it in" . . . a continuous yell from the shot . . . many valuable points added by former bleachers . . . cheering for the sharp shooters J. Y.. Arnie lflkind . . . a Combination of skills . . . .lerry Beyer! tricky dribbling . . . Dennis that made a powerful team . . . lost only four Nlurphfs successful long shots . . . ace on the foul games while being victorious in thirteen . . . linevBruce Wright . . . Sandberg crowned re- came in second in D.C.S.L. championship . Hif ig. Xgil, C. Milli, Coach jordan. .l. Reilly .l. Beyer-Set 'ffm up." -.Uanagers anzl roach. you J got TC Ci f' V A X i 1 Q . XJ , Aff nw . Of!! 746 fl fetfw i Q i fax FN. I .! 1 .1 , x I L I . Q . d l K I Y U11 521 if 'A ful. 11. 'UM 2 1"' 1 5. Fran! Row. left In righl: lflizabeth Priest, Lonnie Ronk. Kay Byan. Annette Nlagnarella. Diane Haynes. Sandra Davies. Barbara Tator. Beth Williams. Cinda Pink. loan Redl. Second Row: juflv Conklin. Alice Lane, Dorothy Browenllale Allen. Elaine Wilson. Barbara Kufs. Barbara Lovelace: Nettie Van Leuven, Susan Keenan. VARSITY CL B There they are .... "Arlington's representa- tives to the Olympics" .... Mrs. Hanucci's helpers .... the shining examples of good Hi: il, Judy! sportsmanship .... they referee in gym classes . . . . play other schools in competition . . . . manage intramural games .... new members B. Williams-"I my 1here."' are voted in every fall .... meet regularly every Friday in the gym .... learn rules and tech- niques by participation .... "Dimp" Brower gives much of her time . . . Judy Conklin specializes in making baskets . . . they're all real champions .... f' ! . ,v-.-I Fronz Row. left to right: C. Haga, E. Haight, D. Harrison, P. Blanchard, S. Lasko, E. Gilmer M. Pennacchio, J. Hicks, B. Ireland, A. Robbins, ,l. Sheldon. Second Row: J. Lutke, J. Knapp, Nl. De Forest, R. justice, S. Decker, E. Van Pelt, C. Carlson, J. Mertz, C. Rugar. Third Row: Bliss Housman, adviser: S. Larson, V. Mills, L. Lerner, C. Ong, R. Baright, S. Lovell, S. Regan. UNIOR RED CROSS 1 A national service organization .... helping people everywhere .... adviser, Miss Housman .... a representative from every homeroom .... various duties . . . . collecting money from students . . . . distributing buttons as receipts . . . . certain percentage sent to Red Cross .... the rest reserved for emergencies . . sending blankets to Castle Point .... helping needy families .... R. Bari ht-"Every enny g P counts."' "We've reached our quota." - 4.1. 5- ' - I :fi ax' l 14' ' A 'f I ps D. Moysey and .l. Sandberg-"You can'l hardly get it no more,"' 1 . A D. Hogan, J. Keehler, P. King--"A Star is Born? Kgx iga S. Sandberg-L'p, Cp, and awayf H. Nelson, D. Hogan, M. Wheatley-Jam Session. R- V311 V00fhiS'-HLUCIW I CDV' N059 W. Gillette, R. LaFalC6-Caught in the ml Ill X' J D kg R I i I U y ' Mr. Neidhardt-"No, we don'l hare a rourse . a ln. . llrovvnlng-bay ll un I so. prehismn-C pingpong-H i.. qw U41 f . 5 ,Jrl A ,Y fl ! . ,sf -.1 , 'fu I " 'dwfmm R. Storm and N. Xleddaugh-Shall we dance? lmen ,U ,hose Sound W. Jones, C. Nazzaro. D. Browne, E. Silber. H. Freni. W. Shirley-W'hat'x my rue? Whltf 'N msn: R Jralff, I.. llelanvy, S. asf gf H' fs' Y , J Nlalthou 6 W hat s mx energy peak? I 1 0 wJ ii, idx --14 K SOPHO ORE U an 'Tliin llrlnlg il 11801 1i'l C ni li 1 Iii than 10 Ili it ll: franc w mi oil Ili I ll ui ll X151 Ns SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - -- Q 1 n In w 3 , fl 5 . --Q:-QC . bfi ' l ,A .2 V . t K X Aviv A vq. ,, ' f' ' ' - f 5' mafia V , -, 1 , 'ff I ' yt Q- ' a 'S 1 ' " W' 4 K , S Y I , I V ' E . ' l' lt' V flu , l-:Q 'N . L 'xl' 'J Front Row. left to right: Robert Reynolds, Vice-President: Sandra Davies, Treasurer: Steve ! ' xy Sandberg, Presidentg Barbara Appel, Secretary. lx wi v G9 L T. , . . . . j-" ' ' ." ,' IN N . I A V A ' ,,,. ' ' ' . . . . d S. W ,f 1 -Y f 5 l f '.' I fl . 1. fi: ' I JY 3 . X 1 pe Hankamp J A Wlackew Two for a nickel QS ,ll wr' The chance to elect officers for the first tlme to hold class meetmgs thexr first major job I'alSlIlg money no better way than to run the concession at home basketball games much work lmolved but waluable expenence galned by partrcnpants organlz mg committees keeplng the supplles re plemshed mamtammg order an most of all making a profit 0' CLASS Front Rou le t to rzght F Prnet C. Lucas. ll. Jamieson. B. Stivl-iles, S. Yaeth. T, Mares-lo. S. TublJS. B, Selmeth. R. Click. Nl. Dodge, IJ. Yan Leuven. .qPt'071d Roux' N. Thompe son. 5. Sutton. B. I.ur-as. Regan. Nl. Sherow. L. Ronk. H. lohannion. J. Prokupec-k. Third Roux' N. Leaeh. B. 6- Qs, 0 ag. 0 'I N. 1 X. 1.-As Nlagennis. B. Pink. C. Antedominieo. lf. Yrooman fourth Rau-: R. Wazewski. J. Rolmin. W. Thurman. R Rlghtmexer G. Piel. J. Stapleton. VV. Shortell. R. Stone Fifth Hou W. Maher. C. Wells. A. Wohlfahrt. R. Nlarkes I 'tump 9 F we 42.3-f 1221. ,Q v1"1'!, G' C'-'.1.'59f 3 ani IQ ,,. L ," Q. X . E Front Roux left to right: B. Edgar. S. Euell. Nl. laekson .I. Hetterivh. IJ. Haynes. J. Cataluno. A. Fusaro, B. Hilliker. N. Grimm, S. Hay. Seeoml Rau: R. Haga. E. .lar'olmy. D Uonia. D. Freer. A. Buevhele. R. Houston. A. Lanrlolfa. ff H. llaxis. . Fleisrhman. E. Froehling. Third Rout Nl. Ham l Palmer B. Benjamin. Nl. lean. P. Allen. J. llolan Hankamp . E. Horvulh. j. Keller. Fourth Rau: K. a elhort , Lerner. A. Haugen. A. Elkinrl. 11. Lanva er lux SOPHO ORE CLASS Q? Z5 A OQL ' 9' fn 'E' fix:-.wrt - if ' UV' 9 Z: Q., A 96. i Q 4.4 ' . 1. . cg fx. - . '!"-sl x Front Row. left to right: B. Albertson. .l. Bolkin. .l. Crane. Brown. S. Cary. W. Collins, ,l. Boyar, ff. Berk, R. Burger. S. Burger. B. Cahill. Nl. Bongiovi, CI. Bronson, IJ. Allen. Third Row: A. Cicman. D. Baltista, W. Coons, F. Bnlflv. A. Benson. .Qvrond Row: R, Callahan. .l. Collins. R. E.Bl1rnPtt.M.Conklin. R. Andrews. .l. Atkinson. Fourth Row: W, ffronk. R. Bower. A. Bida. P, Amodeo. 58 , . f 1 E A X , ,z Jw! M ' Fmnt Raw. lei! lu righl: Nl. llillirnlann. Ilan-is. B. xl0fPl10llNf'. ,l. Frif-l. lf. Yan X 1-. 1, ggar. . i . in ll -: . y s. .. -- vtt. .l. Dennis. .l. llvlarnatrr. ll, Se-1-nr. ll. Rigzhlnir-yi-r Pffnflvlrl. Nl. lirnshii-r. Nwwrifl Run: l'. .nr l.. Lipman. .l. llluinlwvla. R. Rryrmlils. Fumlli Rfru: ,I R. Roberts. P. Nla4'l.ay. il. llaxi-. .l. Wallavi I B ainnr. Nl. 'N 1-la, I., .iiilmivi. 5. Failvlln-rg. ll. Ruth. ll B h lip.. , X J - XKQJ m G M 3 SPRING K f I I1 1' f Mwwf WWW, mix Vx V 7 7 W' I I .. IW' X l Egg -S' 'gg - '. ' . 'qi -.-.Ili . 't e war- 0 .A V l T ' 0 i XA 4 fi I . vu..-. ,W -V A l i . ' v' an 0 if b A 4 A ' J rr' , A f R J A 2? , . i5'w"'7b R .,?uwc'b xAW0f,, . wHN177', i .jf 4 . ly ,Q -91 4? 4 - 3,14 I ' 11 . x if , gf Y" Ks., i K I TW' x in "" - l ' '- . . , I . F . Q l E Front Row. left to right: R. lluclos. V. Dindot, D. Mesh, Xl. Haines. C. Hanahurgh, R. Leverage, K. Hotaling, fi. Smetana, D. Page. Second Row: R. Davis, R. Andrews, R. Balzer. T. Seils, S. laynes. L. Black, R. Twyman, R. Mackey. Third Row: R. Browning, V. McKenna, C. Acker. R. Bower. L. Ludovici, J. Zeleznik, L. Hanson. Fourth Row: J. Eylers, A. Penfield, R. Heady, J. TRACK Detweiler, W. Howell. 3:30 and the gold sweat suits begin the pace . . . pacing . . . broad jumps . . . throwing the weights . . . practicing the pole vault . . . running the track . . . spurred on by two coaches . . . Mr. Neidhardt, describing the advantages of a future on the cinders . . . Mr. Fogden, encouraging some young, aspiring runner . . . a champion team. last year . . . meets against metropolitan area schools as well as local ones . . . wherever per- forming always proving their mettle . . . ..j,,:"5'-'f 'Y-12.-is Ronnie lluclos and Tom Seils-Photo Finish. Ronnie Davie-1, 2' 3-Kick! 561 0 A 1Q1 I 11" -lil' ' " , .W vm " N' i g?:a 5KE5Qgg5i Q.j gin' we 2' limi" - M . if 'Q 'ht R23 'Q-if. 'ZQSEW3 - "Forel " . . . . called by Captain Jerry Beyer . . . . Yvalt Lane. Gerry Gotsch. Neil Robertson. and Butch Anson teed off next .... Mr. May called encouragement to the team .... as they played Millbrook. Roosevelt. St. Patriek's. Oakwood. and Red Hook .... tied Roosevelt for first place in D.C.S.L. Championship .... one of big high- lights of season .... sponsored faculty-student tournament .... provided laughs for everyone. as well as 'cstiffw competition . . . . I ' 4 I-1 . I w vw rw. - GOLF J. Beyer-11's all in the wris!s.' J. Gotsvh, Robertson. W. Lane-"1.el's use the three wood." W, .unr- 1 -N ' Q"""'-TL ' fx' f' ' l , ix f ' i621 Front Row, left to right: Neil Robertson, Gerald Gotsch, Donald King, jerry Beyer, Walter Lane. ! n L' - eff" S 0-'G .Q g 3 fa.-3, .r 'D E 1 is Front Roux left to right: C. Bradley. J. Moffat, J. Cruger. C. Kilian. VV. Mozdziez. P. LeVan0e. C. Callahan. D. Wixon. H. Nelson. R. Prix-hard, P. Amodeo. C. Baxter Third Row: .l. Horvath. l.. Lipman. P. Goodwin, W Nlaelntosh, T. Hankamp. S. Waligora. S. Cary. Second Rout: J. Malthouse. R. Reis, NI. Nlarrhese. C. De-Paolo, W. Aaron. W. Gillette. Fhortell. E. Ifarhone. C. Adams. C. Swanson. W. Sehroder C R W Stroke. stroke. stroke . . . the c'oxy's perpetual vhant . . . a muscle building sport . . . teaches vo- C. lJePaolo, W. Gillette. T. Hankamp. P. Aniorlen f . . , x . ordination . . . praf-tire first on machines and then ., .G ' .,.. Where' lheuater' on the Hudson . . . loval opponents-Roosevelt and Poughkeepsie . . . the season's climax-Nm tional Schoolboy Rowing: Meet in Philadelphia . . P -is t"l Fourth Row: R. Marsh. K. Hasselhorst. D. Croll. S. i631 641 frm! Row left to Hgh! I lxlstner W Connor P ar well C Dans I Barlght H Broun J Wallace R Perrns P Nlaclsay D Lattln Serum! Rau R Lallahan K Roh son W Thurman I Rugar P Eherhart R 'Nluhaell C Daley E ,lafobw L Blake E Burnett Third Rou -Kndrevx ii 'Wg C Klllan J Denms A Usterhoudt I' Bolde V Albertson B Yamen R Toth R Utter fourth Row C llc-Paolo s W1 rams Kro 5 cor P Hhhate Browne R Taslor J Page Fzfth Row U Loehner S Albrecht H Strang R Bauer C Donohue Nlr 'Slat Aduer CUNSERVATIO Lnder slx mches too small throw It back that s the law accordmg to Presldent Berme Yamen weekly meetlngs on Wed nesday Purpose to appreclate values of preserxatlon Fall and Wlnter the tlme to hunt to use a rlfle shotgun or bow and 'Sir 'NlacAndreu B Yamen Trout Season just npened arrow to learn safe handhnv of firearms to respect lavts pertaxnmg to seasonal game Sprlng means Hshmg three sa rletles fly CaSllng balt castlng spmnmg use of artlfnclal balt plugs H168 spmners an actnlty that can become a llfe long hobby R Taylor W Thurman He got a deer' V- fx, ge. vw l lg?-qs.:-Ci ' f s in 4 'L bark R. Kroll, B. Reilly, ll. F, Traxcr. J. Travis-"Docs il han' D' Trawr' 'I' Wiigeman-UTMS il ge!- lamoscyf' ling pretty lfflffljli Farming-the backbone of the nation ...- be leaders in agriculture . . . participation in these bovs know it .... and are doing their essay contest .... judging livestock .... share . . the president. Donald F. Traver aiding in community projects .... sponsoring . . . . Ag. teacher Mr. Lacks . . . . studying square dances . . . . taking field trips . . . . vocational agriculture .... learning W0I'lh- experimenting with crops .... practicing dur- while methods of conservation .... training to ing the Summer what they've learned .... a great contribution to school and community . . . . Front Raw. left to right: C. Beck. B. Reilly, S. Albrecht. J. Travis, D. Traver. D. F. Traver, J. Wisseman, F. Serino, P. Williams. Second Row: Mr. Lacks. W. Marshall. ll. Secor. R. Kroll, Y. Xlclienna, IJ. Fisher, R. Utter. R. Baright. R. Ferris. Third Row: R. Toth, .-K. Uaulmman, J. Rabidou, ll. Haines. G. Baright, C. Callahan. R. Callahan. H. Brill. F.F. . l J DEB TE Nvidllilrlltf '-.1I1IY l f1l'lIIt'1llI., l K L "Mister Chairman .... worthy opponents . . friends .... my colleagues have stated" . . . . this is the debate . . . . after weeks of preparation .... hours in the library .... judges' innumerable pamphlets .... magazines . newspapers .... developing speeches .... .... last minute c'onferem'es with Nliss Walsh and team- mentary proc-edure . ll. X ZlllBl4Z1Illf'l'+Sl'!LVIV1lS Gft'Fll'VIgS.' ' -' L' -P- , ,MW In ll" ' If ,f Q. i -,V L . mates .... frantic' speech-writing on the bus to the meet .... and the debate begins .... construction. cross questions. rebuttal .... the decision .... naturally it's favorable results reviewed in the weekly meetings Tedi Ann Neidhardt ofliviating as President . conduvtingz meetings with strivt parlia- Mil'- Fronl Row. left lo right: E. Hart. H. McBride. J. Crane D. Nioysry. B. Cahill, D. Harrison. S. Nlillelt. T. Neidhardt Miss Walsh. Adviser. Second Rnuz' J. RIBIIPIOUSP. Nl NATIO LFURENSIC LE G E Safhter. N. King, N, Lynfh. B. Appr-I. E. Mage-nnis, D R. Bauer-"Res0l1'ed: Tha! . . Miss Walsh, T. Neidhardt. S. ffonners. N. Robert- son. R. Storm-Bon Voyagef C13 Y'Q Franz Row. left tn righl. Kneeling: trunder. Nl. lfroshier. .-X. Elkind. B S. lvers, C. Luvas. Nl. .Iac-kson. IN ll. Cross. B, Pink. Sernnzi Rout B. Albertson. B. Us Stirkles. .l. Keehlr-r. Grimm. B. Horniek Engle. Nl. Yasta. I7 Wheatley, F. FZ1ll4'l. B. Gorton. lf. Yan Pr-lt. C. Bower Nl. Ste-el. T. Cooke. R, Clauss. A. Knox. J. Aaron. l'. Barth All together noux' 'i I ti. Nlar' lntosh. ll. Nlarvhese. Third Rout H. Weiss. N. Nerangzis. Nl, llarvhese. .-X. Yasta. T. Neidhardt. Nl. Yasta. ,I. Delamater, A. Emery. W. Cooper. J. Nlalthouse. M. W'oodhousv. H. l,everag1e. E. Ball. Fourth Rout ll. Nelaon. R. lfrett. Nl. Wheatley. YY. Gillette. :X. Nazzuro. N. Rohert- son. Fifth Rau: I.. l.udix'it'i, IJ, tiross, N. Leverage. J. llennis. F. .-Xllardyvc-, J. Kelsey. U. lsler. 68 fell f? Ak Strike up the hand .... those hoomingz drums and hlaringz trumpets .... hlended to- gether under the haton of Mr. Arnold . . . . marrhingz at football games .... providing: the nec-essary hgzhtingz spirit .... leading: the hand. Marilyn Steel and the twirlers .... in the spring the annual vom-ert .... weeks and weeks of preparation .... and then the time arrives . . . . the big moment . . . . the vomhined efforts of the hand. orchestra. and r-horns .... the vnlmination of a yearis arihievement . ORCHESTR Let there be mu.sic.' Music in the air .... the place where stringed instruments play the starring role .... Mr. Kornbluth directs the orchestra .... re- hearsals on Wednesdays .... lessons during Front nagel Barth W ohn Rou left to right Q Tubbs S Sheldon R 'Noth S avne lattm l Hereznla F Robe on Second Ruu P Place l' Kapinan f' Dau: F J Tlbbitt S Low? Nl Woodhouse H Neson Xa 411 the day .... the chance to develop one's talent . . . . the opportunity to play a different type of music in comparison with the martial airs of the band .... I Nasta D Nlac Intosh W Cooper R Nlackey I Niall house -X Emerw Th1rdRow L Ludouci 'Nlr Kornbluth -Kduer S Nlillett D Hogan C Blandmo E Jacoby D Isler 'NI Wheatley J Denm SO! 69 1.1 Moore Co. RF-prewntatiw and D. 'l'urf'ot!c'-F feet, six inwhes. eff!! B. Yamen-"Now I hear it."' IJ. Brounf-. H. Broun. W". Lune'-"When I fo s4'1'r'n. pull the Sll.'ill'h.,. R Stone-. W. Nlillarrl. W. PH:-fTr'r. B. Yamen- A. Corrado' 3. lyener---pfenf g,,,,,1 ..., 1,111 RHU ."""w what about ynur hand?" Ax Mg - 1 1 x. , xf,f P. Ure-'ssler and L. Hanson D. Brower. S. Keenan, D. Nloysvy-"Dan'2 you 'X ll E711 . fi f X 1: N, SJXv ,. X NX fN , ' Ci .VV . XXV ' f fkfxilx ,ACQLX a 41,551 JY K xi f " N 51' JXXXJ y JU IOR It t Y' ,746 J. Miller-"I make a motion mi JVNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front Roux lfjfl ln right: Dorothy llnr- ton. Secrvfrzry: loan Sandberg, Treas- urer. Second Roux' Gail Bower. Vire- Presizlent: William Howell. Previdenl. .81 ff A new year and time to make their c-lass bigger and better .... oflieers met regularly to appoint committees .... first project. Hluouisiana Hay- ridei' in the fall. followed by "Club 56', in Feb- ruary .... both quite profitable .... then the Junior Prom in the Spring .... a little un- usual with its revolving fountain .... all in all, a year of having fun. working together .... jkf f C!! ',' gf-411, 'Wig KL ff? ff f flfyfw J Ll f+ I Q YFQ,y ,.,Jl Xl X 1A 76 TXL -Y, U 1 Lfff JJU 101217 CLAgS Q0 'I Q v i 1, gy -?' FJ! J' mlinglnn. Third Razr: .1. Tr R But on C Blan 11111 A, Badami. H. Broun. W unnor B fraur .1. Wissvmnn. Fllllflll R111 ll n R Ban Cross. ,1. Aquadn, S. Nlav hfmn D Brown R Brounm E. Neyer. H. Blair-h. nn! R u fl 1 Hama 14. Y1-rry. if, 1.alt1n. Y Ijll 11 1,117 1 n rl .itzr 1 1.1r1111 1 13 111 1'rrt Nl 11111111 11 I-'.Sm1r1z.1'. 111111111-..l. 11111111111 X 'Nwmrc rrl Il N141 1 'X 1111.11 11 B 11111 r N VII R Il 11.114131-. l"1111rIh Rnux' 11 'N 1lll 1 X 1. r 1 31111 r 1 1111111 11 11ll 1 1141111-r.,1, Nluffut, 13 1.11-111 N 1111 flu-I N x W SUMMER S. Javquemard. .l. Conklin. Nlrs. Brarlyi"Money in the Bankf' 761 aqipfi U., . Ni, SENIOR DVISERS Our guiding lights through high school .... for three years Mr. Stahlberger and Mrs. Sherman showed us the way .... organizing .... counseling .... offering invaluable aid . . . . then "Kip" left .... and Mrs. Brady replaced her .... to help Mr. Stahlberger with sport dances, proms, the banquet. Moving-Up Day .... and finally Graduation .... invitations .... caps and gowns .... we'd never have made it without their willingness to devote their time to our needs .... x 3 'Ti Mr. John Stahlberger Mrs. Marion Brady if SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Our Freshman year began . . . disorganization plus . . . Then we were Sophomores . . . our first class meetings . . . selling coke and candy at the basketball games . . . those leaky coolers . . . water all over the L. A. floor . . . but all for the benefit of the class . . . remember those sport dances . . . and stringing up the wire for the streamers . . . tired but congenial hosts . . . our surprise when we made money in spite of it all . . . And then we were Juniors . . . at last the right to wear our class rings . . . more sport dances . . . a springtime prom . . . those endless rows of palm trees . . . Suddenly we became Seniors . . . Dave Page, our President . . . Micky Marchese, the V. P. . . . Judy Conklin, our Secretary . . . and D. J. Traver, the Treasurer . . . executing the 6'Affairs of State" . . . another sport dance . . . the annual Senior Prom just before Christmas . . . the mobile that was "out of this world" . . . angels and stars galore, floating through space . . . hard work but definitely worth it . . . Senior essays . . . continual visits to the library . . . digging for those twenty references . . . plans for the future . . . talks with Mr. Mac- Andrews and Miss Byrne . . . college or work- that is the question . . . scholarship classes . . . interviews with college representatives . . . thoughts of Graduation . . . 16 units or bust . . . before long, June . . . the banquet and commencement . . . the climax of four wonderful years Seated: Michael Marchese I Vice- Presidentl, Donald Traver fTreasurerl, Judith Conklin lSecretary l . Standing: David Page fPresidentl . to 'ti ' to ii, 'if .,, 1 4, 49- 4-P U7 'WWW ill Y 4,0 rf jgggfwfo E781 4 Oxerlook Road, Poughkeepsle CRIFFITH BAXTER Freedom Plains Road, Poughkeepsie Transferred from Erasmus Hall Htgh Qchool Bob Anson Wlustle Whzle FFORFE -Xl BERT SON 25 Nlexer Menus Poughkeep re STEPHEN ALBREC HT Plea ant Yalley nlrxatlon Llubl 2 '5 2 3 4 4Sg-ml AMJJMJQA, Maryam Wm Jaw amd HERBERT ALLEN Plea ant V allev fro Country 2 lntramuralsl 2 Prom 4 Rowmgl Y I Romng Xa rtx2 Freshman Footballl jg Lyn law Jewry M ,44s1f1' Cfzglffpf ROBERT ANSON 7 Jones Street Poughkeep re Baseball J N 1 Baseball Varslty 2 Basketball Var xty 4 Basketballl W 3 Conserwatnon Club 4 Intramurals 1 2 Golf 3 ROBERT BALLER Route 55 Hopewell Junction Prom 3 41,0 Chanrman 33 Radxo Club 2 3 4 fVlCC President 3 Presrdent 4i Yearbook 4 IBus1ness Man ager 3 L. ou Work ,at -.Q-0 1 -5 lt.- 1 r " N"sTfWrfL'Vr N I ,. , , . , A H 1 1 Q 5- 155 p b ' no 4 E 1 nw V 1 f ,' , Q 6 V0 S' ' ' W . '. .. 4: F.F.A.1, . -. 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N. . h ,' . : , 2 ' . 1 gfiif +6 i K""f -al fi' Wwall DOUGI AS CASFMENT l9 Vasear Mew Road Pougbkeepme B n mg 3 Football ,l Y 2 Football War an 4 O 3 Int Muralcl 2 Prom3 4 Hearbook4 ROBERTA LLAUSS Tltu ulle Road R D lNo 7 Poughlxeepsle Ban 3 4 BaQkelball 4 fhoru 3 4 Dramatnr' 4 C0 3 Prom 3 4 Yollewball 4 Yearbook 4 80 Doug Casement and Bob Den RoBFRT BUSH Freedom Plain Road Ioughlxeep IP Debate 2 4 ANNE CARBOINF 2 Du Rovher Terrare Ioughlxeep rm erx 4 llnglonnan 3 4 rr 4 lm Sour-r 1 Xolleyball 4 Xearbon 4 FRETA KARI SON uaker lane Pleaeant Yallf-N raly 1 lr 1 CrosG 4 TAIMI CARLSON Route No l Hopewell lunrllon Llbrary f lub 2 4 Prom 4 'NIARFARET CARX South Menue Pleaeanl Valley hall 1 nmg School Days 3 gl Q 'S . I ' ' S' B Q l , 3 ' sie , A-hg :Ar'f ' f,,:lIbruSl.3.:'m3.4: .1-,lf .f '- : ' ' 1 Y k . ll 0 1 - - Y .' , l.iln " fllul l, 2, 3: Softball 4: Volleyball 3. 4: . . Rel . , .4 ' ' I , 1 . lf? . U' w ' LLL- Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sorrer l. 2: Soltball l: Volley- , M"""Al 2 QR! ' h ' 4 l u a lc' 1 l . l. ' : l' S' 1' 3 C. . : . . , , : , : ' . 'Q ' A Q- ' d , 1 2 : 3 S ., 1 ' S : y. . : . . 1 j 1 . A Vxkx I 1 4 g I ll A 4 JUDITH CONKLIN R. D. No. 1. Poughkeepsie Basketball 1. 2 3 4 fHonor Squad 2. 31: Chorus 1 2 : aders' Club 2 3 4: P om 3. ' S Crier l lHonor Squad 21: Softball l. 2 4. lllonor Squad 21: olleyball 1. 2. 3. 4. lHonor Squad 21: Yearbook 4: CIa,. Secretarv 4 NIARX LOU COWKLIN R D No l Poughkeepsie Arlmgtoman 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 fCapta1n 31 Chorus l 2 3 Dramatlcs 3 4 CO 2 Vfreasurer 21 Prom 3 4 over l 2 ball 2 e ball lCaptaln 31 Yearbook 4 Class Treasurer 2 STANLEY CONNERS 1 Iuttle Smith Street Poughkeepsie Debate 2 3 4 lVars1ty President 31 Dramatic' 3 4 Yearbook 4 WALTER COOPER 'V Van Wagner Road Poughkeepsie Band 1 2 3 4 Ba eball Varsity 2 3 4 Baseball J V 1 Chorus 2 3 Int Nluralsl 2 Orrhestra 2 3 4 Art Club 4 Stamp Club 1 2 WY' ROLAND C OURCHAINE Rombout Ridge Poughkeepsle Trans erred from Walden High School B111 Tator and Evelyn Wlr houskl Dont Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes XQAXKL Z! f ffl i 'x I I A XM k0?0fZ P! Salt P 3pYV4a ey Footballj V Z,Eou1ballVars1ty 3 4 Int Muralsl 2 Prom 4 Trackl 2 3 ALAN CROTTY 43" 1 RONALD DAVIS 89 Van Wagner Road Poughkeepsie Footballj V 1 2 Football Varsity 3 4 Rowmgl QL-J. Track v sntyl 2 3 4 4 A-7.1 fsflofvw-L 41-j-4fC!4..,474Lj?'l 81 3,4 Le r 4,0 ,2:4: v ' .. r .. 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I HRX DF PAOLO 96 Fulton -Menue Pougbkeep le lon erxatnon flub 4 Pootball W 1 2 Football XHTQIYW 4 nt 'Nlumal 2 lrom '3 4 Roulng N 2 ROWNII1 r tty 'S fHARLES DOINOHLE Lxceum Drnf- La Crangewllle Bandl 2 fonaersatlon Club 2 3 4 WARRFN DOW 166 New Haekensark Road Poughkeepete Banktng 2 3 4 1Pre1dent 41 Prom 4 Track Manager 1 Art Club 4 Bob Balzer and Betty Jean Forton Monotonous Sk 1' '15 '58- yiy X11 '33 Thnma Me-nue loughkeep te lm wrt va QT s f rw 1 ltbra 1 f PQ ., .mt x is 1 f S ' ' I Z 2 l. A . Z l 7 .' 1 . . . 1 gn 3, Ll .. 'l. . 1' .. 1 ' .l- Y- 1 'Sl , Y' 'ff Va s' '.,4. 4? Ar-h It " ' : 1 , ,2, 2 3, 4. lfiaptain 3 - Honor Squad 3l: Chorus l, 2. 3. 4: ll "r : ln lers' ffl l 3. 4: ro 3. 4: .2 ever l. 2. 4: S0 ' l. 4: Yoll-yl all l. 2, I, 4, .fruacl 2. :sul "..,.A-15 I 2. .U f 'U -v lt j 2 . UN 4 '4' f , ull I Ln L K I wt it ' ' Q A ' q 7 r ' 5' ,t if N1 'I - l Il rsitr 4: flonswvati n Clul 4: ,' ry fflul G1 sw vbnh 5 1.1 1 l'r otl '.l. '.l.2. , K. u t L V QN 4 JOSEPH ENFELHART 204 'Nlanvheater fon eryatlonl 2 3 4 Road Poughkeep IE RICHARD ERETT Henmond Blyd Poughkeepane fro S Country 2 3 Prom 4 Orrhe tra I 2 3 n 12 fho l02 '3 4 Romngzl Y SANDRA FFRRIS Poughquag New York fhoru 2 3 4 Dramatlvs 2 3 4 Prom '3 4 Volleyball 4 PATRICIA FLOUCHTON I6 Dans Ayenue Poughkeep If Arlmgtomanl 2 4 Basketball 3 L1brary2 Prom 3 4 Xearbook 4 ARLENE CHEF 10 Stanley Street Poughkeepsle rc ery 4 R Gketball I 2 4 amatlcs 1 2 Vfhesplanl Prom 3 4 Sovver 2 Softball I 2 Volley ball 1 3 4 Yearbook 4 Daye Lochner and Fuzzy I ,vb Teeth K Shell All 1 Want For Chrzslmas lv My Two Front M M4 55 pw' I ORRAINE GIORDA 287 News Hackensack Road Poughkeepsie Alrhery 4 Baaketball 4 Prom 4 Softball 4 Volleyball vw Transferred from Catherme Mcfiuley Hzgh School BI-'TTY JEAN CORTON cy 71 Park Ayenue, Poughkeepfle S' ? Arlmgtonlan l Band I 7 3, 4 Baeketball 4 Chorui 2 3, 4 Dramatus 4 Prom 3, 4, Soccer 4 Volleyball 4 A earbook 4 I 83 A A V 4. , s' F. 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V' tiff irv LOLIS H ANSON frm Qountrw l 3 P 4 4Photographs Fdllflfl IJOROTHX H ATT -Xrvhers 4 -Xrl1ng.ton1an 1nl and Dc-nn1Q 'Nlurplly Tearh Me To nzghl 11' Zggjwdv Md 44.39 513 Dutrhe- furnplke' Poughkeep It ootllall l N PI'0m IMXID ISLE R La Crangewllle is r lngloman I nm rama 11 'As' e rate l re 1 f- om 4 Not 1 l look 4 rhe tra 3 mp 1 url E84 nil'-, V ,I 'l1v1!yy'kfrl1- in-,ffm J " !'I'x ill Road. Pleasant Yallvy Quaker Lane Ioughkeep 11' rom 4 Trackl 2 'S 4 Yearbook 4 r Noxon Road Ioughkeepme om 4 Xearbook 4 "7 if 1' 1 in , ,A 5 - .f T ' Qs , KM. A - .vm.N I Y S, 1 ,I F . F ' ' ' 3 . A AY 1 . I K' A '- 1 A ' v ' : P 1 ' . Miss Fl' '. ' ' H Y n 4 " -do , ur- ,Q , ,. " ' la 1' . '. 2, 3. Int. 11111315 21 3. 4. I 1 , 52+ Y v 3 w W . A I V ,- I sm, 5 A 1: : . 2. 31 Ba 1 rs. 41 11' 1'-S 2. 3. 4. - 1 .--. ll l . 2. 3. 4. 4Yir'r- P id nl 4l: Pr 3, 1 .f f- ,J ' ' -3 lall : Yearl ' : Or' s .. 4: Sta lllnlm 1: Ch-ss .1 'L til I ,2. 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'X CAROLYN JOHNSTON 8 Lloxer Hull llrne Poughkeep-.ne Acen 4 Lhoru 13 4 CO 4 SoCr'er2 3 Vo ey ball 3 4 Prom 3 4 Yearbook 4 flaw Sevretary '3 RICHARD JONES South Axenue Pleasant Valley Football J V 2 3 Football Varelty 4 lnt Muralsl 2 Prom 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Nancy Van De Water and Mrs AlGdorf Five Fool tx Two png, NIARIA JUNC 27 'Nlountam Mem Road Pnughkeep ne Band lTvs1rl1ng 2 3' RUTH KATZFWELLFNBOCFN E7 45 Ravmoml Me-nue, loug.bkeepQlc- Arllngtonlan 1, 2 Baaketball 3 fhorua 4 Dramatxrs 2 1 W 3, 4 Prom 3 4 Yearbook 4 . . 9 4 . 9 p ' 'Q J- ' " S 0 0 I ' Q I yy " ' 0 - . ' 1-Y d - . I . . , 1 1. . Q , 9 5 ' .' : . 1 , .vs- . .. . . , I. b Q yi, - - M 7 . L .. Y , , - A l 2 - 1 Q , ir J , - ':L"'1,,. , ' . lt , 'lvl' ' 1 ,I . .KX ' LLL ' M 1 A A I "VN .K ' i X- sf . ' ' V jf , I . - 4' 'wigy' .A . 4 . Q., f , ug , rh ,- 3 ' F , . : . . : . : ll -- y l 'f . : . : ' : l-, Q!!- l Big 9' l i A ff f ' . H K , . . t in U F. wa 'H 4, ' ll S43 . , . .1 J ' 1 ..' '. "' v A 7 r fr! 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IT Townsend Blvd., Poughkf-ffpSiP Arlinglonian 1: Basketball l: UO, 3: Prom 3: W:-lfarv Squad 31 Yearbook 4: Volleyball l. BARBARA I OWERX I . 'nr films? ' W ' lyk . ' l Jliof' dalr- Roa Pougbkfwhp-iv f X n b f ' 411 tx 1 -7 x x x I-s ' 1-,.f 75-, 19 Nlaplf- Windm Poughkeep w ff en 4 Banking '3 Ra kcftball 4 Choru 1 113555 ramatim 4 Spam h flub 4 llbran flub lrom 3 4 Yearbook 4 Junior Red fro Q 2 BRADLEX LYNCH 14 Clowerhill Drne R D No 2 Poughkeep IP AAA 4 lPres1dentl B Q etball l V 2 3 Foot all Foo al Varsltw 2 3 ffo a an 1 Prom 3 Rowing Vareity 1 2 3 4 Tech Flub lpresldent 41 Class Vue President 3 Ron Dans Han Bubba Nav. 59 X, 11 1 Ei NIH HAEL XIARK HFSI' 34 lame-Q Qtreet Pougbkevp if' n 17 'S 4 kI'09c,IlllIlIT'v 2 3 CO 2 4 lparllam r its I 'S 4 Xearboo 4 Pre' iclvnt 4 AS N C DO l lf-aaant Nalles Fonliiltb 'S Football Kar QJN? Inr xii. B -Qth E873 ! Q4 . s V, -7 V' ' l s' ,R M a . 'J rrr -. A ' " 1 1 ' ' fa A -ll ,' 1 ' .1 S , 1 ' S . 2. 31 ff' 4 M72 D 1 . 'S Q 1 .' 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Nlural 2 MARILYN PLANIBEFK 9 Cayo Drne Deefleld Acre Poughkeep IC Trans erred from James Monroe Hxgh School NORHA POST RD No 2 Wappmger Falls JANET QUIST 10 Frrendly Lane Poughkeepsxe Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Prom 3 Dramatxcs 3 MARGARET RAMAGE Hopewell .lunctlon Archery 4 Basketball 3 4 Soccer 4 Softball 4 Volley ball 2 3 4 Prom 3 4 G0 2 fCha1rman of Jr Hxgh Handbook1 Dramatlcs 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Welfare Squad 2 3 Yearbook 4 Class Vlce Presxdent 2 and Charlle Smetana Three Kings Brad Lynch Tom Hankamp JOAN REDL 38 LaGrange Avenue Poughkeepsie Soccer 1 2 3 4 lCaptain 3 4 - Honor Squad 1 2 31' Basketball 1 2 3 4 lHonor Squad 1 2 31' Volleyball 1 2 3 4 lCaptain 3 - Honor Squad 1 2 31' Softball 1 2 4 1Captain 3 - Honor Squad l 21 ' Cheerleading J. V. 2 3 fCo-Captain 31' Leaders Club 3 4' Prom 3. JAMES REED Salt Point Road Poughkeepsie Baseball Varsity 2 3 4' J. V. l- Basketball Varsity 4 Football J. V. 2 3' Int. Wlurals 1' Basketball J. 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III ss I r' IQ, I HAROLD STR-XNf l'rPf'dom llam Road RFID 7 P0115-hlNf'fI' 1' 3 Q fon er1at1onflul14 Hearl ook 4 FRED SW XRTOLT lo Rochdale oarl Poughkeep 1e ro unlrs 2 Ba kerhall ffl QM VKIIIIAXI T-XTOR 41 Nlarple Road Pougzhkfzp 1 Q ehall l 4 nl I N l Poothd ia p I VP L l, I f 1 'Nl-XRIK TRALTWEIIN 215 New Havke5'arfACafrP011 hlxe-cp 16- 1' ii fl 41 DON Xl D I- TRM FR P ea ant Nallew Lon erxauon Club 'P Hn-Iarw 7 lReporter Serretarw Trea urerl L Fred Suartout The Uld Master Painter DON -XLD J TR -KN ER 14 Qenz Terrace Poughkeep IC Jate 1 3 amalc IX ue Pre 1dent 3 Pre ldent 4 'Nauonal The 1an Q f: ,,. men 2 3 0 h 1 Pre 1dent Sb Xearbook 4 4Trea urer 4? Cla 2 Trea urer df" PALI TRANIS l ue E 1 Trans Road Hyde Park ' T913 . I . . ' - I 1 7 Q A - A , 1 . N 1 -,. fl. 1 .X HV . ', T X T 1 . , S' 4 XJ C ss C ' 1. 2. 3' T ' ..: S , L . 0 ' , 'R . . S f la 1.1.3. 'L , . , . f ff x . , . . ,.u"' ff!-" l ,- 1 4 , .. .J , I 1, ' 4 ,. Bag .,1'. 1. 21 1-11,1111 .. 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FX 'NPTTII' YANIPLXFN N am Ntrut loug. mku 1 ll A urea Ba lxrtra 11: 1PPI'lP8dlHp I N fl r far 1n ar 1 .1 nam 41 rmmtu 1 1 I ro 4 Hapta n 3 Honor N111 1 9 are-1 Nea llltcrarx P11 Student C our! 3 "Q: 'NYNQH XAN Nl ilk ll Ijll R01 hvr 'la tract f011g.hlu-rp IP r :rs 4 ln tonlanl 7 5 4 Prm 3 4 Xcarbook-1 NIXINIIW WAIICORA 33 SYTPII 31911111 I1111g.l1kP12ps16 ramatu 11 mall o ll rx rung. I N 7 Romng. Graduatlon Y -nie i la I rang.:-ulle n 3 4 C iountrx rm K ff a CFORC-F WILI IANIS Baseball 3 lon-erxatlon 4 85 ll11t1 hex- TUTHPIRP i921 a 'JN I 'Q- . ' f S ' I. J. V .-Xrl' ' . 2. . 4: Basketlall 1. 2: So' l. 2: - 'Q .Q I . 1 ' 51 .1.: ' ' . .1 . at N 'A "" S-f' 1 U W , .. . A A gn. - 7 V W 5. 5' ' .: Q 5 1 Pro 3: So-ver 3: ' ylvall 3: A AA A -T92-B,I' .' ' 'l'--1!- G- 4.4.1 4 +s-- -1 rt-1. 5- 1 Ill 2. rs. -1. 118111-2. a Q! ' ' - ' I 1 vw Y 111 ' 1 .. 1 11 chill- 1' gl 12 Fil-' 2. 3. -1. ' iv 6 tif-I ' 3 Il 1 ' Vs 2: lnaivrr' llluln 3. 4: 3 111 3. 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Q L' N 'W P Ba d .. : Iross Q 1' 4: P 0 4: Trvh Str 3. 4. -, 4' 1 564 Dutche s Turnpike Poughkeepale B s etball 1 2 3 4 4Cap!a 3I Leader Club 4 Prom 4 Dramatlcsl 2 3 4 fSecretary 3 Wwe Presldent Pleasant Valley n l 2 4 Baseball V 3 Ba eball VarQ1l 'Tw Int 'Vlurals 2 Prom 4 arbook -4 bf rim M W !LK ZW-MA, vwvl Deaf' -ff' Camera Shy VINCENT ALBERTSON Pleasant Nalley murals l JOAN CROSS lleasant Valley ROBERT HAIGH l' Plea ant Nalley Welfare Squad 2 RICHARD KROLL Poughquag F A l 2 3 4 Conierwallon 3 4 BERNARD XANIEN 36 Wan Wagner Road Poughkeepsle Baseball .l W l Baseball Var lly 3 Conaerxatlon Klub 3 4 lPresldent 4I Irom 4 IRENF ZEMKE Dans Road Salt Point Archery 4 Arllnglonlan 3 4 Raaketball 4 lboru 2 3 4 Prom 4 Sovrer 4 Softball l 4 Volleyball 4 A If Club 4 r ll l 2 3. 4: ' Z I Y 41 Q 51.2 , V J' A Ml 'fi 1 Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 1Vive-President 41: Intra- I . S ' . -F- . , , . : L ' ' . . :R f , , ' : ' . I s f X . I. Ou 1. 'ia' -' Best .-Ilhlelm ' 4 D. Brower. B. Wright . 3 r' -r . ., H ,L W 1 Q I ' ' N I 2 'N .,...fv"r- B651 Nrhuul 5111711 'N Yan le-men R an Beat Laohlng I 1 B lm mn I DQULQV5 Bea 5' n on X an xgyni-'H B 94 Vu! NCVll!61Ilfld?lI 4 Nmetana 'N N11-ddaugh W ztlzest Wxl on D Nlurpln 'll mt Nuphz luulul N xlf4i4idllf.h N fonncr X, wt L -x svx ' L x,4 1' X X," - Host Likely tu Sufvcfwi U. J. Travf-r. A. Lam' Mus! Verxalile' - ff. Smf-lana. A. Lane Most Musical R. Clauss, R. Erett Mos! Pleasing Personality fl- Johnston. J. Reed T s . . Most Typical D- P3262 S- Jacquemarri Most Sincere C, Bradley, B. Balzfr i951 frfefz dlfe, Y I OH. 1181-Phe w 96 HO OR KEY STUDENTS F5 J4- fi I Front Rnu left In right D Brm er 'NI Conklm I Burlvmk -X Chee T Carlenn -K lane D I Truer D Hatt C Braflles P Ramage R lxatrenellenlmgen 'N Wledrlaugh qecond Row D P ae D Iler D lu B IOHPTW R Flau 'N Yan If-men Q Keenan D Barhxte D Ca f-ment Thml Rnu H Qtrang: Q Wall ora T Hanlnmp I Han on VI Don R Hamer F Quartout R Balzer Fourth Rau B Ixnrh VV Lane R Storm Studlea Qerxe for dell ht the uorcla of Qtr Franel Baron a powlhle lneentne for e e tuden four searQ of workm dull entlx pu hm that extra hlt to earn hl h mark rather than axera e and nom the upreme re ward the coxetecl honor key more than north the hour of tuclx awurecl uceeai ln the future leader of the cla xaleclutorlan Allce lane alutatorlan Donald I Traxer left io rzghl -X ue lane Ualedzrmr mn' and Donall I Traxer lmluml r mn! f M. M . Q. , I., , ' 17 ' ff ,... Q F4 v 'I' ,XD gs'r ,as f 3. .af ' W 'g jaw , rf . V 4 ni' 'Al' c I- Pi' '11 e. , If .- V ana-X a ' ez' 'f, QQ- gf - ..- ' . rx ' -- - Q-.v ,ki 2 ,J ' 's F' l .. . , , , X 3 Q '., 'Z. v ...,1 ..r.,... . 1' . . . 1. . . . 7 . , , g . ,. . . , a...s.. ng...'-'... ss... . ,, , sz - v -U ev v ,. ,. , -' 'S ' -f ' " ths 5 is... " - 'g "gf v' . s'g . ' 'g 5 ' gz ' S - ' s S s ' ,-' ' s 'ss...' " ' . I . ' lk , . F U I.. .Il ll' Front Row. left to right: Suzanne Jacquemard lSecretaryP. Nancy Nleddaugh fCo-Business Managerl, Richard Storm fEdilorl. Alice Lane ffissislant Editorl, Donald Traver 4TreaSurerl. Second Row: Jerry Beyer fflssislant Pho- x lography Editort, Louis Hanson fCo-Photography Editorl. Nettie Van Leuven fLilerafj,' Editorl, Charles Smetana ICn-Photography Edilori, Robert Balzer fCo-Business Managerl. A CHORS Bob Balzer and Nancy Nleddaugh - We made it copies soldf .' T00 These are the ones hehind it all . . . the ones who worked and worked . . . during school and vacations . . . gathering information. taking pic- tures. writing. selling. meeting deadlines . . . Lou Hanson and Charlie Smetana. taking pictures everywhere . . . Hob Balzer and Nancy Nleddaugh. filling out receipts. boosting sales . . . Don Traver. counting money. paying bills . . . Suzie lacque- mard. writing letters. proofreading copy . . . Nettie Van Leuven. creating and recreating . . . Dick Storm and Alice Lane. supervising. editing. and finally publishing one 1955 ANCHORS. with the help of Progress . . . all under Miss Rands vigilant guidance . . . i971 SENIOR PRO A liiigf- ITll'Pl+llE'. lIPrlPf-kewl Milli aiifzeh arifl attenflaritx , . . the lirilliant f-olors as the sfirlf llirixtniaf llallx . . . :ay Niifmiiimi fpclliriu wut pi-nriieiiuflf-fl umurifl the flum '.,. xll1Slf liy Yan lM'f-viiilfvi' l3i'z-aiiiluiiilh '... lin-ly olxex N"L1Illl+f'l'- llviiry '.., Faiiilu fllaiif runiiriu wlrm ii Iliff iliimiir-x Ill! mer Ilw mill- . . . liulitf-fl lilirixtiiiuf lI'f'f'r , . . Iii uifli IIN all ai "Nlei'rv lllirixliiiuf A... mil tlicii 0t'Il lxwlxii in lwr Xlflllll rIlI'I'lbllIlflE'fl lik' lwr 'lw l'IllQ'I'l2llIlIIll'Ill , . . Q6 91 'Nt' T' X lf' 441+ If ,Ji O ', pn in , Sviiim' l'rfim ll1lllI'Hl1'll. Nwrifwlz Hu-lpn Wirlimi-lxz. ,lmii lm--. flaiil Hrafllvy. .NYIIVHIIIVICI xllli' v.. 1 f V xl.il"lllxv-A Nlarglaivl lluriiaiggv. 'lllixrin Krivix, lmizx llzuiwri. lliurlew Frm-Iunai. Wxiltvr l.mir'. lil-rirmiil H.1riieAri.fl1iiy lh- l'urilii I-Iwlxn Wiilifiiixlu am-l Ilan' l'z4"f' Ulzrwn fm 1,,,,-lmjl-man Hail lllllillfl hm' hu' ff ll n1'glif.' L -n'9i , vi! Jlffllfl ull UTP' .1 1 if H31 l'i , 6 P219 'I I Alix- Sfeadf HOW- Pat Dre-Ffler and Daw- Page - "l'm ll king???" I I 0 R Glittering stars . . . swaying palm trees . . . "Stardust in , . .. . . . larafllse . our Junior Prom . . . and our Hrst lug IPTOflUl'1l0Yl . . . llave Pave the kinv Surwsinf' his rourt the roulle encllf' l' ,.. ,...' '.',. 'rf ,Ssy I R O clanvingz arounfl the gym . . . and then the flock struvk twelve . . . .lunior Prom Chairmen. Front Row. left In right: Carol Johnston, Margaret Ramage. Mary Lou Conklin, Nfhttie Van Leuxen. Second Row: Robert Hauw-r, Richard Storm, Donald Traver. Robert Balzer. Nanvy Meddaugh. Alice Lane. ARAX PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. POUGHKEEPSIE N.Y. 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