Arlington High School - Anchors Yearbook (Lagrangeville, NY)
- Class of 1959
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The Class of 1959 of Arlington lligh School takes eognizance of tho fact that
this is a year of historical significance, for it commemorates three hunclrecl and fifty
years of life and progress in the Huclson River Valley.
As the Hudson has heen thc mainstream of the valley, so has Arlington lligh Selwol
been the mainstream of education in the lives of its stutlents. As the lVlicl-lluclsun
llriclge over the river forms a link which cmmeffts Imth sicles of this valley, so clues
this yearbook, with its permanent recorfl of activity ancl llf'lllt'Vt'lllCItl. serve as il
link between the present and the future.
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ARLINGTON HIGH SCHGOL
This is the song of the river.
From the far-off northern mountains,
Land of Mohawk and of Huron,
Come the waters of the Hudson,
Mighty River of our valley.
Hear it now, the rising chorus,
Harmony of past and present.
Slowly northward comes the chanting
Of Dutch sailors on the Half Moong
Rythmic chants of ancient homelands,
Lands they love beyond the sea.
Louder now the song of searching
Searching for the Northwest 'Passage,
Past Weehawken and Poughkeepsie,
Past the mountains of the Kaatskills,
From the land of Sleepy Hollow
To the distant lakes and headlands.
Now a different theme commences,
Voices of the ancient settlers.
They themselves are long departed,
But their names they leave behind them
ln their cities, Peekskill, Beekman,
In their children, Kathryn, Pieter.
And the simple Lowland chorus
Is amplified by new migration,
By Palatine and Huguenot,
Celt and Scot and Anglo-Saxon.
Slowly now a strong crescendo,
Pulsing, measured, meets the ear,
Counterpoint in minor cadence,
Dissonance of changing customs,
Rumbling of the modern factories,
Hissing of the smoking fires,
Pounding of the wheels and hammers,
Till at last the notes are blended
And the orchestration finished.
Triumphant now the river's chorus,
Symphony of jubilation,
Symbolizes well the glory
And the history of our land.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
HAROLD C. STORM
To Mr. Harold C. Storm, devoted Superintendent of the Arling-
ton Central School District, we respectfully dedicate this 1959
Anchors as a token of our esteem for his patience, wisdom, and
understanding. He is always ready to listen or adviseg he is
a tactful and gracious as well as ahle and judicious administrator.
His enthusiasm and tireless efforts to further the interests of our
schools are gratefully acknowledged and will long be remembered.
THE CLASS OF 1959
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SHIRLEY CONNORS, Treasurer VIRGINIA MACKIE, Secretary
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General Organization 45 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Archery 4, Soccer 4,
Volleyball 4, Table Tennis 4. Trans-
ferred from Poughkeepsie High
GERALD L. ANDERSON
620B Van Wagner Road
Prom Committee fCo-Chairman of
Entertainment1 33 Varsity Football
45 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 6Co-
Captain 419 Baseball 3, 45 Cross
Country fCaptain1 4g AAA fPresi-
ient1 4. Transferred from Roosevelt
TFA 4g Varsity Football 4. Trans-
erred from Pine Plains Central
U4 Dutchess Tumpike
.ibrary Club 1, 2, 3.
3EVERLY M. BAIRD
I6 Davis Avenue
learbook Staff 4g Dramatics 1, 2,
L, 43 Thespians 4, Debate 13 Press
:lub 2, Library Club 1, 2g Prom
Iommittee 3, 43 Nurses Club 3, 4g
trchery 43 Soccer 1, 25 Volleyball
, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 25 Table
CAROL JEAN BANKS
80 Van Wagner Road
Anchor Squad lg Photography Club
lg Chorus 15 Volleyball 3.
JEAN MARIE BARACH
General Organization 2, Dramatics
1, 2, 3, 45 Press Club 3, 4, fBusi-
ness Manager 415 Prom Committee
4, Table Tennis 4.
30 Musselman Drive
General Organization lg Varsity
Football 45 Varsity Crew 1, 2, 3, 4.
PETER L. BARTH
18 James Street
Yearbook Staff 43 Dramatics 1, 2,
3, 4, fTreasurer 413 Thespians 1,
2, 3, 4, Debate 1, 2 fTreasurer 215
NFL 1, 23 Prom Committee fLights
31, CCO-Chairman 415 Band 15 Cho-
rus lg Cross Country 1, 25 Track
1, 2, 3, 4.
DIANNE ELIZABETH BEAN
198 Rochdale Road
Leaders Club 3, 4g Nurses Club 3,
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball
1, 2, 3, 4.
GAROLEE JOYCE BELL
Yearbook Staff CArtJ 4, Dramatics 1,
Art Club 1, Prom Committee CCo-
Chairman 31 fPublicity 41.
Prom Committee 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Football 4, ,IV Football 3'
Track 3, 4.
WILLIAM R. BERG
Dramatics 1, Library Club 2, 3, Sci-
ence Club 4, Radio Club 2, 3, Chess
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JV Baseball Manager 2.
KAI E. BERINGER
General Organization 4, Prom Commit-
tee 4. AFS Exchange Student from
Altes Real Gymnasium, Munich, Ger-
IRVING E. BIERMAN
41 Shamrock Circle
Debate 1, Varsity Football 4, Varsity
Basketball 4, ,IV Basketball 2, 3, .IV
I De Laval Place
Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Committee 3
4, Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2
3, 4 icapiain 3, 475 Basketball 1, 2.
3, 4 fCaptain 31, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4
CATHERINE M. BOWE
31 James Street
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4:
Press Club fFads 81 Fashion Edito:
4-J, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Anchor Squat
1, Prom Committee 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2
Nurses Club 3, 4, Archery 4, Socce:
3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4
Softball 3, 4, Table Tennis 4.
DOUGLAS M. BROWN
189 Rochdale Road
Dramatics 3, 4, Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, NFL
1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4.
28 Ziegler Avenue
General Organization 3, Yearbook Stafl
4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 iTreasurer 31
fPresident 41, Thespians 3, 4, Pron
Committee 3, 4, Radio Club 1, Banc
1, Varsity Football 3, 4, ,IV Footbal
2, Freshman Football 1, Baseball 3, 4:
,IV Baseball 1, 2, Senior Class Vice
97 Rochdale Road
Prom Committee 3.
SEORGE F. BULSON
9 Bren Place
learbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4,
lhespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee
lg Cross Country 2, 35 Track 2, 3.
FRANK BURGI, JR.
'87 Van Wagner Road
VIARCIA ANN CASSCLES
:reen Haven Road
Jramatics 2, 3g Anchor Squad 2, Cho-
us 1, Nurses Club 45 Soccer 4 fCap-
ainlg Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball
., 2, 3, 4g Softball.
l Lockermari Avenue
ramatics 1, 29 Varsity Basketball 3,
JV Basketball 25 Baseball 3, 45 JV
iseball 1, 2.
'amatics 1, 2, Art Club 1, 2, 3.
THOMAS J. CLARK
46 DuRocher Terrace
Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Band lg Varsity
Crew 3, 4, Second Crew 2 g Third
6 Robert Place
Anchor Squad 1, 2, Prom Committee
3, Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Archery 45
Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Softball 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4.
SHIRLEY ANN CONN ORS
General Organization 2, 3, 4, Class
Treasurer 3, 45 Anchor Squad 1, Prom
Committee 3, 4, Nurses Club 3, 4
fPresident 47, Archery 4, Soccer 1, 2,
3, 4, fCaptain 41, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4
fCaptain 4-lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 31, Table
ROSE MARIE CONTARINO
General Organization lg Dramatics 1,
2, Prom Committee 3, 4 fBids 3, 41.
238 New Hackensack Road
Dramatics lg Prom Committee 3, JV
Cheerleader 1, 23 Soccer 1.
ROGER E. COOPER JACQUELINE FRANCES DAVIS
Library Club 35 Anchor Squad 1, 2g
9 Orchard Park
Prom Committee 3, 49 Cross Country
3, 4, fCaptain 413 Track 2, 3, 4.
DAVID GARDNER CROSS
Prom Committee 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g
Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Prom Committee 33 .IV Baseball 3.
Yearbook Staff, Junior Literary Editor
34 Dramatics 2, 3, 4g Debate 2g Press
Club 3, 4 fLiterary Editor 4-J.
Press Club 4, Prom Committee 35
Archery 4g Soccer 4, Volleyball 43
Basketball 45 Softball 3, 4.
PETER W. DEAN
General Organization 3g Yearbook Staff
4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3,
4, Prom Committee 4 fCo-Chairman
EDITH M. DeFORREST
33 Lindburgh Place
Press Club 45 Prom Committee 3, 4g
Nurses Club 43 Volleyball 35 Basketball
3, Softball 2, 8.
MARGARET ANN DeFOREST
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 4g
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4-g
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS EDWARD DENNING
25 Townsend Boulevard
Yearbook Staff 4g Press Club 4g Prom
Committee 39 .IV Basketball 1, 2, 35
Baseball 3g JV Baseball 1, Track 1.
Transferred from South Broward High
School, Hollywood, Florida.
DIANNE L. DENNIS
Dramatics 43 Orchestra lg Nurses Club
Dramatics 45 Press Club 4. Transferred
from Oakwood School.
99 Fulton Avenue
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4g Thespians 3, 4,
Debate 2, 3, 45 NFL 2, 3, 4, Library
Club 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Nurses Club 3, 45 Archery 4g Soccer
1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4g Bad-
RICHARD G. DIESING
63 Round Hill Road
General Organization 1, 4, Dramatics
4, Debate lg NFL lg Band 1, 2, 35
Orchestra 15 Varsity Football 3, 43
JV Football 2g Varsity Crew 3, 45
Second Crew 2.
CAROL ANN DOORIS
276 Manchester Road
Table Tennis 4. Transferred from
Poughkeepsie High School.
JAMES T. DOWNING
J V Football 2, 3, Freshman Football
Ig Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
EDWARD .IOHN DuPLESSIS
Pleasant Valley Road
Varsity Football 3, 4, ,IV Football 25
Freshman Football lg Baseball 3, 4,
.IV Baseball 1, 2.
RONALD J. EBERHARD
Anchor Squad 3, 4, Band 1, 25 Or-
General Organization 13 Soccer 4g
Basketball 1. Transferred from Bayside
High School, Long Island, N. Y.
.IOAN ANN ELLIS
Freedom Plains Road
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 1, 2,
NFL 1, 25 Press Club 2, 3, 4 QFeature
Editor 4-J, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Archery 4g Soccer 3, 43 Volleyball 3,
43 Table Tennis 3.
ENID H. ELMENDORF
396 Dutchess Turnpike
Transferred from Martin County
High School, Stuart, Fla.
12 Sheldon Drive
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 2, 3,
4, Thespians 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4
fPresident 45, NFL 2, 3, 4, Press
Club 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Photography Club 4, IV Football
3, Freshman Football l, Track 2,
3, 4. Transferred from Tuckahoe
High School, Bronxville, N. Y.
Transferred from Fort Hamilton
High School, Brooklyn, N. Y.
SHEILA E. FASSETT
37 East Bank Road
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics l, 2,
3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Press Club
3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Soccer 3,
4, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4.
25 Crestwood Boulevard
Dramatics l, Art Club l, 2, Soccer
1, 2, Volleyball l, 2.
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Debate l, 2, 3,
4, NFL 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 3, 41,
Press Culb 3, 4 lNews Editor 41,
Art Club 1, 2, 3 fSecretary 31,
Prom Committee 3, Archery 4, Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3,
Softball 1, 2, 3, Table Tennis 4
Dramatics l, 2, 3, 4, Debate 1,
NFL 1, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Archery 4, Soccer 3, 4, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Table
116 Bower Road
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics l, 2
3, 4, Press Club 4, Library Clul
1, Prom Committee 3.
BEATRICE A. FRENCH
83 North Grand Avenue
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club E
4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Nurse
Club 3, 4, Archery 4, Table Ten
ROSE MARIE FRENI
Pleasant View Road
General Organization 2, 3, 4, Yea
book Staff 4, Dramatics l, 2, 3, 4
Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 2
Art Club .l, 2, 3.
CAROL F RIEL
48 Crestwood Boulevard
Yearbook Staff 4g Dramatics 15
Press Club 43 Anchor Squad lg
Prom Committee 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2'
Archery 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Volk
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3,
4, Table Tennis 4.
JAMES H. GARDNER
66 Rochdale Road
Dramatics 2, Debate 4, NFL 4,
Anchor Squad 2 fVice-President 21'
Track Manager 1.
NANCY LEE GARDNER
365 Dutchess Turnpike
Debate 2, Press Club 3, Anchor
Squad 1, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Softball 2, 3,
4, Table Tennis 4.
GEORGE E. GEIER
13 Peckham Road
CHRISTOPHER W. GEKLE
10 Sunrise Lane
Dramatics 43 Prom Committee 3, 45
Science Club 2 g Tech Club 43
Photography Club 4g Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 45 JV Football 2, 3 CCaptain
312 Freshman Football Ig JV Bas-
cetball 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4.
Dramatics 4, Press Club 4. Trans-
ferred from Peters Township High
School, McMurray, Penn.
I9 Morgan Avenue
Dramatics 3, 4, Thespians 4.
KAREN GON IA
29 Arlington Avenue
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4,
NFL 2, 3, 4g Library Club 1, 2, 35
Prom Committee 3, Leaders Club
3, 43 Nurses Club 3, 43 Archery 43
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball
1, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4.
82 Manchester Road
WILLIAM H. GREEN
41 Marple Road
Anchor Squad 4, JV Basketball 3'
JV Baseball 3, Golf 1, 2, Cross
78 Davis Avenue
Yearbook Staff 3, 4 fAssistant Editor
43, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians
2, 3. 4, Debate 1, 2, Prom Committee
3, Chorus 1, Nurses Club 3, 4 lVice
JOHN I. HAINES
15 Raymond Avenue
Conservation Club 1.
PRISCILLA RAE HAWLEY
166 North Grand Avenue
General Organization 1, Dramatics 1,
Debate 1, Art Club 1, Prom Commit-
tee 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleaders 3, 4
fCo-Captain 41, IV Cheerleaders 2,
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD F. HEDINGER
5 Lindbergh Place
Band l, 2, 3, Freshman Football 2,
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
.IOHN PATRICK HENNESSEY
113 Fulton Avenue
General Organization 1, Yearbook Staff
4, Art Club 4, FFA 2, JV Football 3,
Freshman Football 2, Third Crew 2, 3.
FFA 2, 3, 4.
Salt Point Road
Anchor Squad 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4
fPresident 4, Secretary 21.
FRANK C. HOLDER
Freedom Plains Road
Dramatics 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4.
21 Longview Avenue
General Organization 2 fsecretary 25,
Class Treasurer 2, Dramatics 1, Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 iCaptain 41, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4.
DOUGLAS E. KAMPFER
Prom Committee 3, 4, JV Basketball 2,
31 Lewis Avenue
Dramatics 3, Debate 3, Chorus 1.
ELSIE MARY KAZLOSKY
Library Club 1, Prom Committee 3,
Nurses Club 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3.
10 Brett Place
General Organization 3, Dramatics 2,
3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Prom Committee
3 fCo-Chairman 31, Science Club 1,
Tech Club 2, 3, 4 lSecretary-Treasurer
ll, Photography Club 4, Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 4, Freshman Football 1, Varsity
Basketball 3, JV Basketball 2, Golf
Z, 3, 4 fCaptain 41, Senior Class
KAY FRANCES KINDLEBURG
Soccer 2, Softball 2, Transferred from
Pawling High School, Pawling, N. Y.
Anchor Squad 1.
JANET LYNNE KNAPP
Anchor Squad 3, Prom Committee 3,
4, Chorus 1, 4, Varsity Cheerleaders
3, 4 fCaptain 45, JV Cheerleaders 2,
Soccer 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2,
V elie Road
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2,
3, NFL 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4, Prom
Committee 3, 4 fBidsl, Chorus 1, Soc-
cer 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Table
HARRY D. LANE
49 Manchester Circle
Varsity Football 3, JV Football 2,
Freshman Football 1, Varsity Crew 2,
3, Third Crew 1.
LANA M. LATTIN
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 4, Press
Club 4, Art Club 4, Prom Committee
3, Chorus 1, 4, Archery 4, Soccer 1,
4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 3, 4.
KAREN ANN LINTEL
I3 Parkview Terrace
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4,
Press Club 2, 4, Prom Committee 3,
4, Chorus 1, Nurses Club 4, Archery
4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball
1, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4.
ROBERT ANTHONY LUONGO
Art Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 3.
PATRICIA L. LYNCH
474 Dutchess Turnpike
Dramatics 35 Library Club 25 Anchor
Squad 15 Prom Committee 3, 45 Band
MARY JANE MACK
7 Fulton Court
General Organization 3, 45 Yearbook
Staff 45 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary
425 Thespians 2, 3, 45 fTreasurer 315
Debate 2, 3, 4 fCorresponding Secretary
455 NFL 2, 3, 45 Press Club 2, 3, 4
fClub Editor 455 Prom Committee 35
Archery 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2,
3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Table Ten-
9 .lames Street
Class Secretary 45 Yearbook Staff 45
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45 Press Club 1, 2,
4 lSecretary 415 Art Club 1, 25 Prom
Committee 3, 45 Archery 45 Soccer
1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball
1, 45 Table Tennis 4.
MARIE ELENA IVIAGURNO
519 Dutchess Turnpike
Prom Committee 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25
Nurses Club 3, 45 Archery 4.
CHARLES ANTHONY MAIORE
108 Ray Boulevard
General Organization lVice-Presidentl
35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 4-9 .IV Football 25 Varsity Bas-
ketball 45 .IV Basketball 2, fCaptain
355 Freshman Basketball 1.
THEODORA LYNN MARSHALL
18 Mountain View Road
General Organization 25 Yearbook Staff
3, 4 1SubscriptionsD5 Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
45 Thespians 3, 45 Press Club 3, 45
Prom Committee 3 CInvitationsJ5 Cho-
rus 15 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Table Ten-
69 Overocker Road
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45
Press Club 25 Art Club 1, 25 Prom
Committee 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Soccer 1 ,2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Varsity Crew 45 Second Crew 2, 3.
I3 Arlington Avenue
General Organization 45 Library Club
25 Prom Committee 35 FFA 2, 3, 4.
Varsity Football 4g .IV Football 3g
Track 3, 4.
ROBERT L. MELHADO
1 Stanley Street
Pine Hill Road
Prom Committee 3, Freshman Football
1g Varsity Crew 35 Second Crew 3g
Third Crew 2.
MICHAEL F. MOYER
I0 Longview Road
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4g Thespians 1, 2,
3, 4g Prom Committee 3, 4g Varsity
Basketball 3, 43 JV Basketball 2g
Baseball 33 JV Baseball 1, 2g Golf 49
Cross Country 3, 49 Freshman Basket-
ball 1 fCaptainJ.
.I OANN MURCH
Art Club 35 Library Club 23 Chorus 1.
CHARLES CASPER MYERS
148 Garden Street
Press Club 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4
fTreasurer, Reporterlg Varsity Basket-
ball Manager 2 3 Golf 2.
NICHOLAS JAMES NERANCIS
9 Ziegler Avenue
Class Vice-President 25 Yearbook Staff
43 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4g Thespian 2,
3, 4g Press Club 3, 45 Band 1, Cross
Country 3g Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramur-
als I, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLOTTE M. NICOLIS
105 College Avenue
Yearbook Staff 43 Dramatics 2, 3, 45
Thespians 3, 4, Debate 2, 3g Press
Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus lg Soccer 23
Volleyball 2g Basketball 2g Prom Com-
mittee 3, 4 fEntertainment 43.
GARY N IEBERGALL
276 Manchester Road
F. IVIARK NORTIIRUP
35 Hornbeck Road
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee
3, 4, JV Football 2, Freshman Foot-
ball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
8 Brett Place
Yearbook Staff 3, 4 lPhotographyJ,
Dramatics 2, 3, 4 CVice-President
41, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee 3, 4, Science Club 2, Radio
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fPresident 31, Tech
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lVice-President 41,
Photography Club 3, 4 fPresident
43, Band 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, Cross
Country 1, 2, Track l, 2.
SHARON ELAINE NYIVIAN
37 Homer Place
Dramatics 4, Press Club 4, Soccer
4, Volleyball 4. Transferred from
Wappingers High School.
BEVERLY A. ORCUTT
31 Vassar View Road
Yearbook Staff, Press Club 3, 4,
Library Club 3, Prom Committee
3, Nurses Club 4, Archery 4,
Soccer 4, Volleyball 4, Basketball
3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Table Tennis
4. Transferred from Poughkeepsie
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 2, 3,
4, Press Club 2, 3, Library Club
I, Anchor Squad 1, Prom Com-
mittee 3, 4, Archery 4, Soccer 1,
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1,
2, 3, 4.
14 Crestwood Boulevard
Varsity Football 3, IV Football 2,
Freshman Football 1.
159 College Avenue
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2
3, 4, Press Club 2, 3, 4, Art Clul
2, Prom Committee 3, Chorus 1
Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4:
Table Tennis 4.
KATHRYN C. PELHAIVI
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2
3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, NFL 3, 4
Art Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1
2, 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Arch
ery 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Vollcybal
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Transferred from Kirkwood High
School, Kirkwood, Missouri.
DOROTHY VERA PHILLIPS
832 Main Street
Transferred from Poughkeepsie High
RAYMOND .l. POLUZZI
613 Dutchess Turnpike
Art Club I, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
HUGH M. PRESTON
1 Homer Place
Radio Club 3, 4 fVice-President
4-J. Transferred from Vestal Central
39 Manchester Road
General Organization 2, 39 Class
President 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3,
43 fSports 3, 43, Prom Corrmiittee
3, 43 Tech Club 1, 2, 3, 4 iSecre-
tary 33 CPresident 49, Photography
Club 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4
fCaptain 413 Freshman Football I,
Varsity Basketball 3, 4, ,IV Bas-
ketball 2g JV Baseball 1.
JOHN H. REED
53 Henmond Boulevard
Press Club 49 Band 4g Orchestra 4.
Transferred from Watervliet High
Leaders Club 2, 3, 4g Archery 43
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball
1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLYN A. RISTAU
Dramatics 3, 45 Debate 3, 43 NFL
3, 4, Press Club 3, 4 fEclit0r-in-
Chief 4-lg Prom Committee 3. Trans-
ferred from Hunter College High
School, New York City,
36 Sheldon Drive
Yearbook Staff 3, 4 lllusiness Man-
ager 4lg Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom
Committee 34 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4
fPrf-sident 353 Handbook Committee
25 Soccer 2, 3'g Volleyball 2, 3,
Basketball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3,
249 Van Wagner Road
Anchor Squad 3, FFA 2, 3, 4 Wice-
Anchor Squad 1, 2, Archery 4, Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4, Bad-
5 Locust Road
Poughkeepsie i ,
Library Club 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee
3, 4, Nurses Club 3, 4, Soccer 3.
8 Hornbeck Road
Dramatics 1, 2, Prom Committee 3,
Band 1, 2, 3 fHead Majorette 31,
Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3
fCaptain 313 Volleyball 1, 2, 3 fCap-
tain 31, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain
31, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptain 33.
14 West End Ave.
Dramatios 1, Press Club l, 2, Anchor
Squad 1, 2, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Chorus I, Nurses Club 3, 4, Archery
4, Soccer 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
Table Tennis 4.
LINDA H. ROOT
33 Vassar View Road
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4,
Debate 1, Anchor Squad 1, Nurses
Club 4, Archery 4, Table Tennis 4.
5 Dorland Avenue
General Organization 4, Yearbook Staff
3, 4 fSchedule Coordinator 41, Dra-
matics 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, JV
Football 3, Varsity Basketball 2 fMan-
ager 25, Second Crew 4, Third Crew
3. Transferred from Poughkeepsie Day
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
4, Press Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2,
Prom Committee 3, Volleyball 3, Bas-
Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
4, Thespians 2, 3,5 4, Debate 2, 3,
Press Club 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4,
Prom Committee 3, 4, Chorus l,
Nurses Club 3, 4, Archery 4, Soccer
1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
Table Tennis 4.
Route 55, RFD 43
Archery 4, Soccer 4, Basketball 1.
Transferred from St. Bamabas High
School, Bronx, N. Y.
IEAN MARIE SCACCIA
FRANK LOUIS SCANO
56 Davis Avenue
Press Club 4, Prom Committee 3,
Freshman Football 1.
RICHARD E. SECOR
?7 DuRocher Terrace
3 Ridgeview Road
carbook Staff 4, Dramatics 2, 4,
ress Club 4, Prom Committee 4,
arsity Football 4, ,IV Football 3,
reshman Football 2g Track 2, 3, 45
ntramurals 2, 3, 4. Transferred from
ingrhamton We-st Central High School.
3 Catskill Avenue
eneral Organization 3, Yearbook Staff
3 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club
2, Tech Club I, 2, 3, 4, Photogra-
ty 4, Varsity Basketball 4, ,IV Bas-
JUDY E. SHERMAN
Salt Point Turnpike
Yearbook Staff 3g Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
43 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2,
3, 4 1 Treasurer 2, President 3lg Prom
Committee 3, Leaders Club 3, 45 Soc-
cer 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
29 Manchester Road
Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 43
Debate 2, 3, 43 NFL 2, 3, 4, Press
Club 2, 4, Varsity Football Ig JV Foot-
ball 3g Golf 2.
42 Overlook Road
General Organization 1, Yearbook 3,
4 Uunior Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4lq
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4,
Debate I, 2, 3, 4 fliecording Secretary
39, NFL l, 2, 3, 4 lRecording Secre-
tary 3Jg Art Club I, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer
37, Prom Committee 3, 4, Photography
Club 3, 4 lVice-President 4-lg Chorus
Ig Handbook Committee 1, Volleyball
2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4, Table Tennis 4.
SYLVIA ANN SINON
Anchor Squad 1, 2 fVice-President 29,
Varsity Cheerleaders 4, ,IV Cheer-
leaders 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4g Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Softball I, 2, 3, 4.
General Organization 2, 3, 4g Prom
Committee 3, 4g Varsity Basketball 43
JV Basketball 33 Baseball 3, 43 JV
Baseball 23 Cross Country 4g Freshman
Basketball 13 Intramurals 1, 2.
CARL G. SMITH
15 Lindbergh Place
Prom Committee 3, 4g Golf 2g Third
PETER D. SMITH
43 Townsend Boulevard
Second Crew 33 Third Crew 23 Fourth
13 Woodclifje Avenue
Varsity Football 43 ,IV Football 23
Freshman Football 13 Golf 1, 2.
SANDRA M. SNOW
48 Loockerman Avenue
Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Uunior Literary
Editor 3, Literary Editor 413 Dramatics
1, 2, 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Debate 23
Press Club 33 Anchor Squad 33 Prom
Committee 33 Chorus 13 Leaders Club
43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Table
Prom Committee 3. Transferred from
Roosevelt High School.
T itusville Road, Route 2
Anchor Squad 1, 2, 3 fVice-President
SALLIE MARIE SPENCER
General Organization 3, 4 lTreasurer
313 Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Debate 23 NFL
23 Press Club 43 Prom Committee 3,
43 Varsity Cheerleaders 43 JV Cheer-
leaders 33 AAA 4 fSecretary 413 Ar-
chery 43 Soccer 3, 4 fCaptain 413
Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43
Softball 2, 3, 4g Table Tennis 4.
Transferred from Roosevelt High
MARLEA ELLA JANE
10-A Cavo Drive, RD 9442
Library Club 1.
11 MacDonald Heights
General Organization 1, 2g Dramatics
23 Debate 2g NFL 23 Anchor Squad
1, 2 fSecreta1y-Treasurer 213 Prom
Committee 3, 43 Soccer 1, 23 Volleyball
Salt Point Road
General Organization 2g Photography
Club 1, Freshman Football lg Track 1.
55 Park Avenue
General Organization Ig Library Club
lg Band 1, 2, 3.
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 2, 39
Press Club 25 Library Club 2, 3g
Prom Committee 3, 45 Nurses Club
3, 4g Soccer 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball
1, 2, 3, 4.
JOAN M. VAIL
31 Davis Avenue
General Organization 3, Class Secretary
2, 33 Dramatics 1, 2g Press Club 2, 45
Art Club 1, 23 Prom Committee 3, 45
Varsity Cheerleaders 45 ,IV Cheerlead-
ers 2, 3 fCaptain 315 Nurses Club 4-Q
Archery 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain
3, 419 Basketball 3, 43 Softball 3, 4g
Table Tennis 4.
JOSEPH THOMAS VASTA
17 Toomey Drive
General Organization 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee 3g Band Ig Orchestra 1.
81 Raymond Avenue
Yearbook Staff 43 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 43
Tbespians 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 1, 2g
NFL 1, 2, Prom Committee 3, 43
Volleyball 2g Basketball 2.
SANDRA L. VOLNICK
Dramatics 1, Debate lg Nurses Club
3g Volleyball 2.
PHILIP SIDNEY WEISBERG
37 Marple Road
.IV Basketball 3.
GERDA ANN WINSLOW
Van Wagner Road, RJH
Anchor Squad 1, 2, Dramatics 1g
Prom Committee 35 Soccer 15 Volley-
108 New Hackensack Road
HARDY R.- BROWNELL, J R.
I V Football 25 JV Baseball 2.
SANDRA J. BUMPUS
Dramatics 1, Prom Committee 33 Nur-
ses Club 3.
RICHARD L. CAMPBELL
Art Club 23 Tech Club 1.
JOSEPH A. FREER
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 45g
Third Crew 2.
DOLORES ANN MCDONNELL
Pleasant Valley Road
DALE L. WOODHOUSE
Varsity Basketball 4-g JV Basketball
BETTY H. ZAMMIELLO
6 Iohn's Boulevard
Dramatics lg Debate 15 Press Club
45 Prom Committee 33 Soccer 1, 2, 35
Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1,'2, 3.
FRANK J. ZUECKERT
51 La Grange Avenue
Football Manager 2.
Dramatics 13 Press Club 13 Orchestra
1, 2, 3g Nurses Club 39 Soccer 1, 2g
Volleyball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Soft-
ball 1, 2.
RICHARD .l. MORRIS
Library Club 1, 2, 33 FFA 3.
' WILHELMINA JOHANNA
Smith Road, Route -192
FFA 2, 3.
ROBERT ELI TOMPKINS
LOUIS VAN LEUVEN
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SENIOR AWARDS AND PRIZES
Senior Essay Winner
George A. Schiavone Memorial Award
Highest Average in four years of Mathematics, including Regents
Highest Average in four years of Science, including Regents
Bausch and Lomb Award
Best Attendance for Four Years
P.T.A. Award for Senior Girl
P.T.A. Award for Senior Boy
Ladies Auxiliary, Town of Poughkeepsie Civic Association Award for Boys' Athletics
Kiwanis Club of Poughkeepsie Award for Girls' Athletics
Cecil Kennard Memorial Trophy
Charlie Johnson Memorial Award
Dutchess County American Legion Oratorical Contest Winner
Nominees for National Student Congress
Mary Elizabeth 0'Connell Scholarship
Arlington Parent-Teacher Association Scholarships
New York State Scholarships
National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist
National Merit Scholarship Certificates of Recognition
N.R.O.T.C. Scholarship Candidates
General Motors Scholarship Finalist
Other Awards and Prizes
FIRST ROW: C. Ristau, G. Robertson, C. Ouimet, ,l. Barach, C. Davis, L. Sharp. SECOND ROW: M. Freer, S. End'-ley
J. Knapp, T. lrkliewskij, P. Dean, M. Moyer, E. Silber. THIRD ROW: V. Ross, R. Fitzpatrick, C. Dickenson, F. No l
nagel, D. Ross, B. Stevensky, L. Pearson. FOURTH ROW: J. Venable, M. Mack, C. Fogg, P. Barth, P. Kuchlcr, J. Ellis
J. Kelsey, L. Root. FIFTH ROW: .l. Martin, J. Downing, N. Ne-rangis, T. Marshall, K. Gonia, P. Hawley.
HONOR KEY STUDENTS
Every spring, the Seniors who have at-
tained an average of 851' or over for the
first three and a half years of school work
receive honor keys for their diligent ef-
forts. This token of academic achievement
is the highest scholastic honor given in the
school and is regarded with great pride by
its owners. With Carolyn Ristau and Grace
Robertson as valedictorian and salutatorian,
respectively, there were thirty four in the
class of 359 to whom the keys were pre-
sented. The value of this symbol should
spur the undergraduate classes to work with
determination towards its acquisition.
Mr. Storm presents an honor key and congratulations to Valetliv-
torian Carolyn Ristau. Salutatorian Cracc Robertson, is already
wearing her key with well-deserved pride.
MOST VERSATILE MOST ATHLETIC
Ellen Silber and Peter Barth Tlicresu Bollia and Gerald Anderson
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MOST PLEASING PERSON ALITY
Priscilla Hawley and Frank Scano
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BEST DANCI Rs
Carolee Bell and Marty Sll06l'
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEI-QD
Sallie Speneef and Charles Malofe Carolyn Ristau and Stephen Endsley
The task of obtaining refc-rcnccs for the-ir Senior Essays has obviously
affevtcd T. Barn-tt and K. Linlvl in entirely diffcrcnt ways.
National 1ICrit Scholarship fcnii-finalist C. Kistau and Certificate
of Merit winnm-rs L, Sharp and D. Ross rowivc richly deserved con-
gratulations from Mr. Nvlron.
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lowly Junior, in Indian wrestling. lt's all part of the regular Activity Program held in the Cafeteria
during eighth period.
-But l'm sure she's a student here." M. Freer, B. Stevensky, J.
Ellis, and J. Barach offer a helping hand to an inquiring parent at
he annual Open House.
Irs. Noyes and student director R. Fitzpatrick confer with chairmen
'. L. Marshall, P. Dean, and S. Snow about committees for the three-
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shop students and our cameraman.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
FIRST ROW: L. Fleishman 4'I'reasurerl, K, Cowles fSecretaryJ. SECOND ROW:
M. Laffin fPresidentJ, I. Doss lVice Presidentl.
FIRST ROW: D. Baitinger, S, Baright, D. Borlhwick, B, Barrenger, J. Aliotta, B, Analmle, L
Caplan. SECOND ROW: B. Borchers, J. Aaron, B, Brown, P. Burgi, B. Brownell, F, Acampora
D. Addor, L. Carroll. THIRD ROW: R. Abbott, W. Bean, L. Bierman, T. Briggs, N. Bown
D. Burgess, J. Bradley, S. Budd.
FIRST ROW: S. Fiore, B. Ervien, P. Cullen, M. Dengel, K. Duffy, NI. Erett, J. Evans. SECOND
ROW: V. Cooke, B. Chambers, L. Fauci, I. Cole, C. Corbin, L. Fleishman, K. Cowles. THIRD
ROW: D. Chase, J. Engle, T. Daley, A. Credle, D. Davis, J. Doss, K. Eng.
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FIRST ROW: G. Gregory, K. Green, E. Jackson, S. Freer, J, Hicks, G. Goodrich, T, Geier,
SECOND ROW: S. Frazer, G. Johnson, R. Jakubek, D. Holleran, R. Hanaburgh, J, Kamper,
M. Karwasinski, E. Gilmer. THIRD ROW: I.. Holmstrom, M. Fuller, B. Ireland, J, Hornick,
S. Fowx, B. Gibson, IS. Heady, J. Heresniak.
FIRST ROW: ,I. Kilmer. M. Lennon. P, Magennis, O. Naxzam, Nygren. II, Kirby, J. Nagy,
K. Koss. SECOND ROW: B. Lvmke. J. McClellan, B, Halt, I.. Marshall, V. Krug, M. Iiuffin,
L. Lama, C. Moore. P. Meehan. THIRD ROW: J. Mack, R. Lafku, G, Light, R, Mcflrmnoll,
L. Meyer, W. Myers, T. Mierzwa, Muysey, M. Miller.
FIRST ROW: R. Sinamri, C. Pittala. .I. Slciglil, D. Schucssuw, I". Porter, IS. Olmlcnliurg, C
Smith, N. Senk. C. Rogers. SECOND ROW: .I. SLITIIUCIIKCF, I.. Soules, H. Wifickzf, J. Rumble
A. I'aIumIm, A. Sheer, K. Rue, M. Savino, J. Scribner. THIRD ROW: R. Randail, T, Rerigo
H. Reynolds, R. Olivet, K. Sherow, L. Sinclair, R. Palmiter, A. Lamherts, R. Shuler, ,I. Ricdingcr
FIRST ROW: I.. Swenson, D. Speckenbach, C. Ulrich, W. White, P Whltcsell I Tubll D
Vrooman. V. Tinkelman. SECOND ROW: C. Waligora, E. Varney H Weiss D Wells D
Tower, R. Tator, .I. Wigand, A. Wild. THIRD ROW: B. Tyson F VanTaQsell D White
N. Watson, R. Wilhelm, C. Wachenfeld, V. Wirhouski, I. Zeleznik.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
SEATED: Karen Wadsten fTreasurerJ. STANDING: Mary Lou Tator lSffCr6l3I'yl,
W. Hohlowski fPresidenU, E. Barrett lVice Presidentl.
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FIRST ROW: R. Cacchio, J. Barrenger, J. Bollt, G. Aliotta, F. Brown, C. Blank, E. Alulis, Bernard, M. Antipas, J, Barach
SECOND ROW: B. Battista, E. Consiglio, J. Burgess, N. Baitinger, E. Barrett, K. Convcry, R. Casner, L, Ciancio, E
Ayasse, S. Charlesworth. THIRD ROW: R. Battista, J. Belding, G. Rclyea, L. Anablc, I. Bush, ll, Allan, R. Anderson
B, Bodner, B. Booth, D. Chase. FOURTH ROW: F. Carpenter, W. Clark, F. Almlmtt, C, Coulen, E, Brusgal, C. Ahlers
P. Bronson, B. Brown, N. Christ.
FIRST ROW: V. Gardiner, I. Courchaine, E. Detweiler, F. DuBois, M. Daulnnan, N. Eng, B. Coutant, B. Cray, D. Corrado,
L. Ennnett. SECOND ROW: .I. Crawford, C. Dyer, A. Endsley, B. Davis, J. Curran, R. DeFrance, D, Hait, R. Hair, B.
lim-Mir-In-le, A. Dr-Paolo, M. Gutti. THIRD ROW: D. Dean, L. Crane, S. Finn, F. Grossman, K. Guilfoil, J. DcLorey, J. Freer,
S. Dakin. K. Gffwlllill. 5. Ds-I.a1nater, H. Glick, D. Crum, FOURTH ROW: P. Decker, S. Flanigan, D. Hollingsworth, D.
Crilxlwtt, A. Crum, T. Hannibal, D. Dornryer, Godfrey, M. Cennnel, N. Flonghtun, S. Fitchett, N. Faircloth.
FIRST ROW: D. MacWilliums, P. Malhowski, R. Kraayenbrink, L. Kasday, C. Hart, J. Kyzer, P. Hennessy, H. Marcello.
SECOND ROW: D. Menslvr, K. King, K. Hawley, A. Madsen, P. McCormick, F. Healing, D. Kedzielawa, I. Harrison, S.
IvI8l'Alllll'CWS, A. Katz. THIRD ROW: E. Moysey, B. Lake, R. Myers, P. Kennedy, A. Haugen, F. Horniek, G. Kanwit, F.
Mozdziez, R. Mackey, R. Moro. FOURTH ROW: W. Lasko, W. McRitchie, T. Hubert, W. Hohlowski, R. Luik, C, Living-
ston. .I. Ramagege, R. Laxnlw, H, Marchese, F. Mears.
FIRST ROW: S. Suvato. NI, Tatur. J. Stump. R. Wvirliowski. R. Yvrks. K. xvl1Ildl'flJl1I'gll, C, Zulk0wSlii. J. Spinner, R
ST ROW: A. Rinaldi, S. Mclfuy, J. Quist. D. Svllncider. P. Raynionnl. J. l,El1'lil1lIiIl, J. Rim-Ile. J. Pins-, R. Pill'lli'I'.
SEQVIONIJ ROW: Nl. Nimlis. R. Post. V. Purdy. M. fNIc'Cm11lJ, H. Plass. R. Place. J. Rosenblatt. D, KIcFarlin. S. Sausscr, R.
gglltqll. THIRD ROW: R, Stipus, Wf Sniilli. D, Shook, D. Railing. L .M0rCay. T. Sitxmivr. R. Sterns, J. Stout, R. Ostranilvr,
I' Reilly. FOURTH ROW: R. Ross, R. Nlicucci, M. Russell, Y, Pinto. R. Paquot, H. Rvgan, J. Schncidvr, R. Quinn, ll.
Pm-. W. Sannnis.
-rgonu. lj. Wlilliams. SECOND ROW: J. Wvtulicll. V. Xvligllt, J. Tretlieway. H. Zulku. l.. Starr, P. Stowe. C, Ye-rgvy,
ulunuth. A. lllllSt'llQ'itl. THIRD ROW: P. Steele, R. Srreuk. G, VanVoorhis. K, Wadslcfn. N, Zimmer. J, Taylor.
lstvr. K. W'adQIn'r1. R. 'l'i'avc'r. U. WYHlldC'P. FOURTH Howl: J. Wlwlilafka. K. Wlclislvr. R, Townsend. L. Slilllrlilli.
Ntcililvr. L. Vlfvislwrg. J. Yvutts. E, Young. J. Xv3Hd6HBt'CIlli.
I"IIiS'l' HOW: l., .'Xl'k4'I'IIl11Il, I', .fX11de1'w11, IS, lfurrull, .l. Bfjllllf. 5, HllI'QL1'Sh, K, lfhriwtuplu-1', ll, Cf?I'I'Llltl, l', H4-vk, ll, Hvll
N110 Il IUNX N lilmsl N lglllllllll li Xml 1 un l fa l11u I lil H I
ff I N i ': . , ' W. 1 z , , 1 nfs , L, Pu' ' , Q, 'iglggm . Iullins. J. Brusiv, A, .M'urn1mru. ll-'Allllis
'Hlllill KUW: Xl, lirnwn, l', llnwwr, l', fIllIllill21l'K'i1l, H, lflurk, P. lgL'l'21I'l1i, F, Rlil'l'lll'I'll, IT, l3cdf4x1'mf. .l, Uvallty, H, l51xl'gi1'ss
l"UI'R'l'H ROW: NI, l:l'I'lilNI, H, Bllflvj. J. Brie-hnf. .l. lirlllvigill. I.. lhnlxulis, li, Brown, H, lilltlvr, R, .Xl1llQ'l'r1ill. W, Uulclwin
lu: an :de 44164 af Meagan
l"lR5'I' HOW: I., Fillliilll. .l. Uiillllillg. J. Dillllllllllll, L, Dvvkvr. I3, HXLIIIN il. l'1I'Yit'lI. ,l, lf1mlv1', lL, lLill'Int'lI, J. llilmrr
'Vlqfl Y' '
Fu . XD NNW: l., fl:-uk, Nl, l1itLl'l'Q1IYl'ilD, M, lhlxivs, H, fII4l1NflII'ti. l', lfullrill. lf, Fllljlllll, l', llvun, W, 11111113 S, IYI.lllIIiSl'lI
THIKID NOW: W. llillwpi. P. lfullelli, U. Elm-1'l1a11'4l, I., l'xl'I'l'2,lI'i. 5. t:UNllllU. Nl, Diilllllbllli, IT, Ifrit, ff, Coupvr, H, llaniq-ls
I"Ul1R'l'H HUWY: N. llzuix K. Fvrris, R, Fc'l'nlitu, ll, Fuwlvxy li, lhuis, I", Uaxis, R, Uvilmis, C, l:01lIlf'I', K, Fu-illn-rg, I'
FIRST ROW: R. Howlett. C, Koznia, R. Lipman. .I, Goth, R. Kipp, F. Lawalscil. M, Kistnm-r, I'. Kane. P. Kc-1-Ivlvr, SECOND
ROW: R. Littoll, C. Jackson, R. Loomis. S. Hate, N. Kea-Icr, M. Hum-ly. I'. Lasko, S. Horan. P, Kuvlilcr. THIRD ROW:
II. Luks, II, Hart, E, Harrand, I.. KniCkerIioc'ker, L, KOIIS, .I. Harris, C. Cronkc. Ii. Lafko, Ii, Harlnack, D. Hoo, L. Hoinau.
FOURTH ROW: K. Kindlehurg. C. Gunn. E. Knepkv. .I. Hubbard, D. MacCIay. W. Lane. ,l. Km-dzielawa, R. Ln-rnvr. .I. Luzzy.
new 040364 kwa deem added to ' uatew
FIRST ROW: D. Palmaticr. A. Maiorc. D. Orcutt. S. Nye. I. Murray, L. Ouimet. O'I3rien. M. Nodinv, P. Morris. E. Pound.
SECOND ROW: I. Martin. P. Munn. IS, Pvndergast. C, Prichard. E. Meyvrs, C. O'deII. .I. Morrison. C, Pumlncy, I. Maller,
S. Phelan. THIRD ROW: C. Fates. C. Maronc. ,I. Racquet. M. Mauna, P. Magurno. H. Otten. T, Paccionv. N. McNulty,
F. Misner. FOURTH ROW: S. Mins-r, V, Rcrnfields, U. Maass. D. Parrish, R. Parry. C. Nm-ilson. IJ. Mivliaf-Iis, D, Pryor,
FIRST ROYV: U. Rom-rl, K. Schocnhcrger, A, Ruscnlwrgvr, D. SJUUIIIN. D, Sillwr, A. Starr, C, Svunmu, J, Stewart, E, Rubin
sim. SECOND ROW: K. Smith, U. Spinski, W, Sammis, C, Schultz. R. Smith, C, Hu:-Q, R, Sprugiu-, J, Kistuu, Y, Spvirs
J. Ringwald. THIRD RCJW: S. Steffcnsun, S, Smith, S, Root. P. Rumhh-, L. Rohitlsml, C, Hvlyea, A, Sllt't'kt'IlJliI4'll, K
Smith, CL, Rt,-nm, -I, Iyallyu-it-Q13 FOURTH ROW: D, Spencer. J. Rtlhswls. IVJ, Russvll, D, SJILICJQCJIUII, R. Smitlismt, J. Revtl
R. Rawls. N. Sillilftlfi, K. Samhvlls, F. Ross, B. Smith.
Januar-wi to om fatwze ck 3.7.5,
FIRST RUWV: U. Wfvlls, J, Talh-ur, T, Swicrczc-k, B. Stoll, M. XYHIHCII. G, Xvild, B, Xvutstm, D, 'l'uwer. SECOND RUXV: l'.
Vain-th. M. W'ilt'ux. M, XJLIILAIIIJJ, J. Ulrich, S, Suvato, J, Vulnivk. J. Wvvhh. S, Vtfviss. M. VlJ2ll2illl'I'. THIRD RONV: A. Var-
na-y, I.. Watson, J. Zimmvr, G. Upright, C. Trop, L, Stoutenhvrg. R. Wright, U, XrJ8llNlPIiSI1'dl1ti, C, Wright, J, Wright, R.
Whvatley. FOURTH HOW: C. Sudol, H, Willsey, P, WiZlXlIl3Il. J, Vasta, S. Wright, E. Tltompsml, B, VunBcnsClmtv11, T.
Wood, H. Zim-I. Vatllie-nschott-n,
FIRST ROW: P. Rida, J. Blasi, .l. Rarrenger, R, Alley, D, Bernard, P, Buck. A. Raitinger. M, Dadami. SECOND ROW:
R. Clark, E. Baker. A. Baldinger, R. Beck, D. Bush, A, Arrick. R. Adney. R. Borchers, D, Briggs. THIRD ROW: ,l.
Brannen, C. Budd, S. Buckner, S. Cavalieri, R. Bodner, O, Afldor, W. Berry. R. Rates. FOURTH ROW: A. Cole, R, Reau-
doin, M. Bogart, J, Briggs, R, Baraight. J. Buckley. M, Bentley, R. Bower.
FIRST ROW: T. Eagen, .l, Fleming. L, Duffy, V, Freni, R, Frahman. V. Eighmie, WE Dederer, G. Cmltant, C. Collins.
SECOND ROW: R, Friar-r. P. Davids. S. Dorfman. J. Davis, L. Freer. R. DPFranc'c. R. Dugan, R. Eng, D, Denny. THIRD
ROWY: M, Dillinger. D, Dvlamatcr. ,l. Dr-Gaetano. S. Dys-r. N, Frm-isitzf-r. C. Detjcn. H. Eastwood, S. Davis, D. Davids.
FOURTH ROVV: li. Cralvirvv, C. Entivislo, A, Frcdvricks, l. Corbin. H. Elmendorf. S. Fislicr, R. Cooke, N. Davis,
FIRST ROW: D. Huston. L, Hart. K, Gardner, P, Haines. H. Ireland. A. Glvason. J. Glc-ason, J. Hitsman. W. Higsman.
SECOND ROW: S. Horan. D, Green. D, Hotaling, M. Hompe. ll. Fusaro. S. Hammer. A, Hcmpe, J. Hamldvn. H. Hankan.
THIRD ROW': L. Grochau. K. Jones, R, Hanlon, B, Gartre-ll. N. Kvlly. S. Jacolms. B, Galbraith. M. Goth, J. Casparro.
FOURTH ROW: K. Joyner, M. Hohmann, P. Hockar. G, Harrison. E, He-rc-sniak. R. Hilliker, P, Hillike-r. B, Kapp, M.
Jonigan. R. Jaynes.
FIRST ROW: C. Mine-r. C, Knickerbocker, F, Niessen, W, Kozma. J. Marshall. G. Lyons, E, LaBell, P, Knapp, SECOND
ROW: J. Mackie. M. Martin. T. Marcus, R, Lalforgo. K, Light. S, Lund. B. Loc-ffcl. P. MacWilliams, R. Lawatsch, THIRD
ROW: W, Markowski, KI. Makowski, P, Mc-Kr-nna, V, Kondas. NI. Love. M, Northrop, L, Lundflrhack. S. MacGr0cvy, J.
Maloney. FOURTH ROW: J. McAllister. L, Kreth. M. Northrop. J, Myvrs. M, Luik, D, Kimlin. R. Marshall, J, Mcrvay,
F. Magurno. T. McCullough,
FIRST ROW: C. Nye, M. Quick, C. Rozelle, D. Peters, D. Skrotzki, J. Smith, L. Phelps, D. Rohrer. SECOND ROW: W.
Rogers, A. Schwarte, D. Siebrecht, V. Post, S. Roe, B. Smith, B. O'C0nnell, N. Secor, C, Shapley, Cv. Robinson. THIRD
ROW: C. Smitt, M. Pitts, P. PhillipS, K. Sharkey, M. Pierson, I. Myers, E. Rifenburg, N. Shopmyer, P. Prokupeck, P.
Sharp. FOURTH ROW: R. Rohinson, T. Payne, L. Sillon, J. Prinklins, R. Sanford, R. Ramage, R. O'Donnell, C. Parry,
T. Rugar, J. Raycraft.
FIRST ROW: A. Thomas, G. Whaspell, H, Teasdale, L. Soper, M. Taylor, D. Strouble, L. Taylor, ,l. Stoll. SECOND ROW:
G. Wade, R. Umscheid, B. Vitalis, S. Tinkelman, B. Wise, F. White, M. Stack, K. VanNorstrand, I. Spaulding. THIRD
ROW: R. Weigner, E. Wright, P. Wernick, W. Woodin, F. Stevensky, A, Swenson, B. Stuper, P. VandenBeemt, P. Smitt.
FOURTH ROW: D. Strickland, L, Wizeman, A. Wohrman, B. Voght, R. Smith, J. Vermilyea, J. Wakely, B. Wardell, D.
lf'IliS'l' ROW: C, .'xQlI'i4lgLiiiI1i9, R, Houghton. Y, Bonahuv, J. Rovvc-rs. R. Bakr-r, L. Barre-nger, V, Rilfwllx-lv. J. Ratkin, ll, An
elm-rw-n. ll, Brady, SECOND ROW: S. Rudd, R. Aldrich, T, Ronn1lmw'ei'. W. Rarrett, R, Rartnn, K, Rrnwvr, R, Rnlsnm, R
Rvddnwref. D, Rarigrlit, ll. Adnvy, T. Bacon. THIRD ROW: WV. Alix-rg. C, Royle, R. Rankor, D, Rilianvliisnsky, R, Arrgvvim-
f.. 'xlIjII'NlIl4'. R, Re-nnt-tt. J, Mrlmtt, J, Anderson, W, Rrichuf,
FIRST ROW: J. Davis, E. Cnvcrl, J. Dean, N. Cannon, R, Cary. M, Case, K. Constable, J. Cole. SECOND ROW1: S, Chor
nvy. K. Daly. H, Cliristinas, N. Chapman, M, Crvdlv, S, Croft. K, Crum. D, Crabtree. THIRD ROW: S, Cangialosi, I.
Ruth-r. T. Callivra. S, Ciuffi. W. Curtis, J, Coupe-r, R, Davis. I.. Cary. C. Cutbill. FOURTH ROW: J. Colo, S, C614-n, V
Chaxnlwrs, R, Cusanu, R, Durger, J, Burgher, R, Conway, J, Dclariialcr. W. Cooper,
FIRST ROWI: M. Ilolvv. IA. Dl1I,iIIi11. U. Ef'Iil'I'I. II, Ifux. II. I"arIL'y. I'. Iiumfy. D. Doly. P. Fitzpatrifk, D. EIQIIIIIIIC. SECOND
ROWI: VV. Fiunuu. C. Drum. C. Gardner. S, I'1t'Ig1IlCIlIlCIINl'I', D. Ifassett. M. I2n1IJ1'c-C. R. Emilio. B. Bright. P. Ifzim-Ili. 'IIIIRD
ROWI: ,I. Divkvnsori. C. Doty. K. DUQII. .I. I7v1'0IiI0. NI. Illniiurvn-. S. Fralim. T. Dvtjvn. P, I7isIif'r. A, DQWYHI. FOIIRFIIII
ROW: ,I. Eagxvn, R. DuI'iIkz1. II, I':IIIlk'IllIU1'I, R. Dow. J. I'If'I'0IIIlP. M. Clulguul. R. DuPiIka. II. Fimlu-I. K. Briggs.
FIIIST ROWIZ R. IIarreII. D, Hopkins, Y. .IaIiuIJeIi. H. IInraIl. D. Harl. C. QITBHIIIIZIS. SECOND ROYV: D. Unly. I'. IIUIJ
I1arrI. R. Hasbrouck. A, IIuIbruuk. H. Haight. E. Glick. WI. Clem-ke-I. THIRD ROW: NI. IrIPrIy, K. Ennis. P. III't'QUl'y, III
Iiarrand. .I. Hendrix. IC. Hazzard. P. Grvco. C. .lct1n. FOI'R'l'H ROW: l'. llatli. N Hanaburgr. R. Iloe. II. Hiilvlwanl. Nl
Hughes. I.. Garvey. I". Jolly. B. Jackaml.
ISI ROW: Ii. XIIIIIUII. .I. NI1'IJlYIlilIlI. R. 1.4-mullll. III. Iillllil. ll. xILlIIU'l1lllS. IJ. I.ausInn. II. Km':'IvI1'l'. 5. Killlv. N. Isl
NI MUNI? ROW: Nl. KI:-in. il, Nlcrrili, K, I.lu'us. .I. I,i"NII1blIll, Ii. NIuI1Ic11ks-. NI. Imolmgu. .I, Munn. I. xIl'Kl'1iWI1, 'I'IIIIxII
ROW: N. Nlmiwxl. ll, Knapp. XI. Kauflnan. H. Klinv. P. NIiIIn-14. .I, xlllllllllil. II. IIUIIIU. If. I,IIH'Il. I"0lIR'I'II IIOXXQ K. NIL
I mdlixh. l'. Nluruwxki. R, Mui:-r. I.. IxIl'CHI'TI1Y, A. Kvn1IaII. ,I. Mervay. W. NIiIIz111. B. I,LlIlQI1'I'I. N.Knil-kf-1-114-ck.-r,
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I RST RUW: .I. I'aIumIr0, R, mass, B. Ranmlall. II. Pattcrsun. L. IIUIIIIIMPII. NI. Pulty. .I. I'ilcIu'r. SECOND HOW: R
' llISl'll. Il. I'I1iIipIJa1'. R. I'urIw1'. W, Pulty, S. Nyglvn, R. Pla:-Q-. J. RdIllli'4'I, Ii, Robson. TIIIHID ROVV: II. Pins. II. Rm
IIIII. ll, Rau. U, Prim-. E. Plain, A. Vogel, C. Proulx. FOURTH ROW: I". I'urcIy. K. Mm-lay, S, Nuself. Ii, NI11II1olI.1mI
FIRST ROW: I'. Tmnpkins, E, Sruytlu-, C, Tomlins, E, SI:-ight, J. Russ: .I. Sucatn. Seaman, S. Suvh. SECOND ROW
S. Films, E, SIJPIKICI, II, SQIIIKIISHII. N. Swartz. A, Scacvia, P, 'I'artIm'r, E. Snielrxvk. G. Roc. THIRD ROWI: I., SllIIIt'I'Ii1IlLI
R. 'I'ayIor. IJ, Tarlcin-mii. 5. Slluffvr, I., Sle-Lak, WY. TIIIPIIIIIDH, M. Tower. C. SI11-naw, FOIIRTH ROW: S. Simon, E, SIHIUIQCIIIDII
R. SPIICFIIIIIKI. II. Smith, R. Szynlanski, D, Stickhxs, 5. SIM-pard.
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FIRST ROW: C. W:-Itz, R, Vixxvclnt. N, Tyler, A, VilaIiS, M. XVf'I'gL?l'Y. D. W'iIIiamsun, I., Vox-rman, M, WiII111ans, M. WaIIaC1'.
SECOND ROW: R, XIHllW3gl1l'I'. C, Willvr, R, Wright, T, XVEll"I1t'llI-BICI. R. XIHIAIIICIIVUII, C. WuI1Iafka, D, Vaia, R, Whispm-I, R,
Wfisserllall. 'IIHIRIJ ROW: R. Zwisslvr, I., WYICTRSOH, G. Xviudheim. D, Travado. ,I, W'I1vaIIvy, S, Utter, C. Tre-tlurwcy, Ii,
WX-rnick, J. WIIIISIJIIT. N. Vitalis. FOVRTII RUWY: R. Wm,-lls. A. Zif'Im-llski. M. W'aIsI1. A. Rizzo. T. WIC3N't'T. .I. R1-pshf-r, R.
TutlIf', P, Wm,-luster. D. WIIIIIPIIII. R. ,I. W'l1ite.
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At Christmas Birgitte and Herbert participate in the annual Vassar Faculty -Children's Sing.
Other carolers from A.H.S. who help to spread the spirit of good will include D, Parrish, D,
Hoe, and L. Pearson.
At times Kaj's Americanization proves to be slightly uMad."
We hope that this influence may not be lasting.
If one imported delicacy is tasty, three are even mort
tantalizing. This year the students of Arlington have beel
treated to a new experience. that of having not only one, bu
three foreign students on their bill of fare. The main iten
on the menu is the Exchange Student fr-om Germany, Ka
Beringer. Kaj is a member of our Senior Class and, afte
completing his year here and graduating with the Class o
,59, he will return to Munich where he plans to be an archi
tect. His attendance here is spiced by the addition of Herber
Weicke, also of Germany, and sweetened by Birgitte Hartnacl
Herbert, who is from Hamburg, is living with the lVlolin
at Vassar and may stay another year and graduate at Arling
ton. Birgitte, whose father is a visiting professor at Vassar
is a member of the Freshman Class.
Our Class of '59 is very proud to be the first class to hav
an Exchange Student. We hope that future classes will folloi
our example and derive as much benefit from it as we dir?
Eefnre-school jam finds Herbert and Kaj waiting for the bell
vitli a group of St-niors in the gym.
asks-tlmall is an important part of life at A.H.S.,
n Kuj gn-ts a workout with Jerry at the Ramagt-
Birgitte spends Activity Period concentrating on hor English as-
signment. ln spite of the obvious language difficulty, slit- 1-xm-ls
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Left to right: Toby Sitomer lTreasurerJ, Richard Diesing Cpresidentl, Sallie Spencer
ISCCTCIBTYJ, Donald Marchese lVice Presidentl.
Two nations meet as G.O. representatives S. Spencer and R. Diesing welcome our German
Exchange Student, Kaj Beringer. With them is I. Ramage, son of Kaj's "American familyf'
FIRST ROW: C, Seaman. L. Decker. C. Cerrato. J. Rryant. S. Raright. C. Kozina. U, Pahnatier. SECOND ROW: .l. Aluh
S, Spencer. R. Anahle. D. Mensler. S. Phelan. S. Connors. J. Zimmer. ,l. McClellan, M. Tator. THIRD ROW: A. Starr,
Casement. J, Serihner. L. Ferrari, W, Lasko. T. Simmer. D. Mareliese. J, Freer. M, Mack, R, Freni. FOURTH ROW: Ii. Fllllvl
R, I.afko. .l. Slliflllll. .l. Vasta, D, Ross, R, Deising, E, Brusgal. R. Tyson..I.Vasta,
5 64:16 70:19 Zan Kaftan r?,76'f.S.
Copies of the minutes "Respectfully suhmittefln
pleas for the support of Choi Tong Yon. speeial
f-onferenees with adviser. Mr. Stewart. all stimu-
late the growth of our General Organization.
Two representatives from eat-h homeroom molfi
our student eouneil with the firm purpose of pro-
moting the general welfare of A.H.S. Projects such
as the adoption of a Korean war orphan. Cam-
paigns to elect GO. officers. the huilcling of a
school store. and the exchange of a foreign stu-
rlent have all shown the C.0.,s flesire to promote
the rlemoeratie irleal.
"I pledge . . .N Don lxILiI'l'llQ'St', Vice l'r4-sitlent: Sallie S wiuw
Seen-tary: and Tolly Sitolner. Treasurer, are sworn in as 11,0
officers hy Mr. Nelson,
FIRST HOW: S, l3l'I'll8lxll, L. Caplan, D, f.urradu, F, Barigllt. .l. Blyanl. ll. Cuulanl, C. llaxis, J, Ellis, J, Bollt, L, Filljlflll
SECOND Howl: .l. Clllll'f'l1E1lIlL'. B, Burg:-s5, L, Fogg, l.., Flf-islnnan. K. Cowles, P, lin-Ckm-1'. E. lfonsigliu, C, Dickinson, 5
Frazer. S. l7'l.uhoscl1. S. Fasw-Il, THIRD ROWY: A, :xf'2illllHil'Ll, R. llatlista, ll. Brownn-ll. P, Fan:-lli, B, Allvn, B. Clli1lIllJCl'S
S, linkin, I.. Cram-. ll, llUClHL'1'. 5. Finn. ll. lgtltilll. I-'Ol'R'I'H RCJW: ll. Brown. J. Frwlg F, l3o1'Cl1vrs. B, B0l'Clll'TS, J, Czlccllin
S, Fuwx. S. Flannigan. J. lll'F0l'f'4l. F, Bmlll. P. Bnrgi, C. llyvr,
7qfw4 wan ,lame def
FIRST ROYV: ll, Pzilnlativr. ll, Knzma. D, Kl8Cwvllll3lllS. ,l. Nl3llt'1'. A. Mznlsrm. P. Mecllzul. A, Maiorc. L. Kasday, l'. Hen
nessey. P. Kane. SECUNIJ ROVV: K. Koss. L, fJL1lll1t'l. G. Naxarru. .l. Hicks, K, Conia. N, Kew-lor, S, King. B, 1.4-lnkv, S
Horan. .l. Marlin, R. Lipman. THIRD ROYV: D, Hof-, U, Sl'l1Ul'ShHW', D. HcFarlin. .l. Hawk, K, Lintcl, J. H21fI'iS0ll. M. MI'
Cmnlu. L, Laltin. K, King, F, clI4USSlllE,lIl, Haight. FOURTH ROW: K, Crovllau. F, Hurling, B, l'w1'CllCll, M, Cm-mmf-l
C. Kanwit. D. Hiclmavls. J. Kamper. F. Hornick, D, Parrish, K.Fr1-iberg, J. Hr-resniak. K.Pe1l1am,
FIRST ROVV: R. Wirhouski, D. Vrooman, M. Wilcox, J. Stewart, V. Ross, C. Ristau, M. Tator, P. Williams, R. Vergona
E. Pound. SECOND ROW: D. Speckenbach, J. Zimmer, P. Raymond, Spencer, C. Ross, N. Zimmer, K. Wadstcn, .I
Wright, S. Phelan. J. Pine, J. Ulrich. THIRD ROW: C. Zulkowski, J. Wtulich. S. Root, J. Shuler, P. Stowe, D. Tower,
D, Spencer, D. Silber. S. Smith, M. Davies, K. Vanderburgh, I., Pearson. FOURTH ROW: R. Ross, L. Starr, C. Waligoru.
R. Willsey, J. Svrihner, R. Rawls, D. Wills, D. Pryor, K. Weber, K. Webster, C. Rathkopf, J. Sarbacher, C. Sudol. FIFTH
ROW: E. Thompson, Wright, T. Wood, H. Regan, J. Kelsey. D. Ross. C. Ceklv, L. Sinelair, T, Clark, R. Townsend, C.
Robertson, J, Quinn, T. Sitomer.
The true meaning of Christmas is portrayed hy the nativity scene in our Christmas
Pageant. The Pageant is presented every two years by the Dramatic Club with a
Cast made up of outstanding Juniors and Seniors.
FIRST ROW: J. Aaron. P. Kuclilcr. D. Yrooinan. D. Spcckcnbacll. R. Fitzpatrick, V. Tinkellnan.
E. Silber. SECOND ROW: .l. Slit-rnian. P. Nlagennis. Fassctt. C. Dickinson. L, Root, F.
Acanipora, C. Cold. THIRD ROWT: Wi. Bruce tPrc-sidentt, S, Snow. M, Mack tsccrctalyl,
C, Nicolis. L. Haddcn. T. Marshall. C. Waligora, R. KI. Frm-ni. FOURTH ROW: N. Ncrangis,
ill. Moyer. C. llulson. K. YV3CllCIlflCltl. YV. Shirley, P. Dean. P. Rarth 'Tru-asurerl, J. Venablc.
lhcspians niect to record tht- activities of Dramatic Club
nienibers for accuniulation of credits. V. lilll'it'llltElIl ditia
rntlv posts tht- entries with the help of S. Snow, as
1-s.'Noyt-s. J, Venablc and R. Bruce look on.
Euripidcs . . . Shakespeare . . . Mrs. Noyes . . .
three outstanding figures in the field of drama. The
last, although not entered in the pages of theatrical
history, is, however. recognized and acclaimed by
the members of the Arlington Dramatic Club. As
the clubis adviser, Mrs. Noyes provided supervision,
encouragement. and criticism when needed. and led
the club through another successful year. Major ac-
tivities included the production of several one-act
plays, a visit to the Metropolitan Opera to see uldie
Fledermausfi another excursion to Rogers and Ham-
rnersteinis latest Broadway musical. uThe Flower
Drum Songfi and finally. the production of the year's
three-act play. HMI: Robertsf, By participating in
the various areas of production. ranging from mov'
ing heavy stage furniture to acting in the annual
play, many members realized an important goal: in-
duction into the National Thespian Society, Troupe
TQTO. This organization. dedicated to furthering ex-
cellence in dramatic arts. provides incentive for Ura-
matic Club workers who will continue its high stand-
ards "tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow."
FIRST ROW: M. Nodine, P. Hennessy, P, Beck, I. Pound, S, Nygren. J. Spinner, C, Ristuu.
SECOND ROW: P. Decker, H. Ross, ,l. Tretheway. B. Hartnick, A. Madson, S, Phalen, M.
McComb. THIRD ROW: S. Flanigan, D. Hoe. J, DeForest, P, Abrahaniscn, M, Berzins, T.
Kniffin, F. Healing.
If you plan to go to college, then this is the
club for you. As a member of the Library Club,
you'll be able to find those evasive references so
very necessary for that term paper or essay. Keep-
ing the library in smooth running order, arrang-
ing books. keeping track of the magazines, filing
cards and checking out books are just some of
the services provided by the Library Club. Headed
and guided by Miss Clow, the members of the
club gain valuable experience in the operation of
the library. and several of its members are plan-
ning to further their library education after they
finish high school. One of the most important
service organizations in A.H.S., the Library Club
can provide aid to every student.
"But you're sure to find it here." P, Abrahamscn, R, Frcer
and F. Healing. Library Club nienibcrs, examine some of the
many reference works to be found in the A.H.S.
FIRST ROW: L. Fabian, J. Bollt, J. Briant, S. Phelan, S. D'Luhosch, F. Lawatch, R. Fitz-
patrick, E. Silber. SECOND ROW: J. Pine, C. Ross, D. Hoe, K. King, C. Dickinson, K. Gonia,
C. Zulkowski, S. Horan. THIRD ROW: ,l. Aaron, M. Mack, D. Wallace, N. Christ, .l. Cacchio,
J. Kamper, R. Ross, M. Diamond, B. Bodner. FOURTH ROW: D. Parrish. T. Wood, A. Lam-
berts, D. Brown, C. Coelen, W. Shirley, H. Reynolds, R. Townsend, E. Thompson.
N. F. L.
FIRST ROW: J. Pine, C. Rislau, J. Bollt, E. Silber, C. Fitzpatrick, P. Kuchler, S. Spencer.
SECOND ROW: J. Venable, J. Aaron, C. Dickenson, K. Conia, C. Zulkowski, D. Mensler,
K. King, B. Bodner, D. Brown, R. Townsend, P. Barth, J. Curran, J. Kamper, B. Shirley,
A hush-hush conversation is breezing between Miss Walsh
and Steve Endsley concerning that allvimportant up-coming
Debate tournament. Such painstaking preparations have
led to many victories for A.H.S.
President ,,,,,, a,,aa
Vice President , ,,
Recording . ,
Treasurer s,,s, .. ,,,,, ..
To prove my point , . , Freshman debaters. J. Curran
and D. Wallace start out for the Newburgh Tournament
loaded down with a suitcase full of information. Evidently
they knew this stuff because the Freshmen won all six
debates that day.
CLUB AND N. F. L.
, JOSEPH CURRAN
. MARY JANE MACK
,S s. oo,os JEAN BOLLT
The snowball of debate triumphs begun last year has produced an avalanche of
victory unequaled in the history of Arlington. This year's topic under deliberation
and analysis was of an economic nature: 4'Resolved: that membership in a labor
organization as a condition of employment should be illegal."
As a follow-up to winning the trophy at the Hamilton College lnvitational Debate
Tournament in 1957. this yearis varsity team placed second in a larger and tougher
competition at Hamilton, while the junior varsity group copped first place in their
After due contemplation of their topic. education. with debate coach Miss Walsh.
the novice disputants proceeded to the Newburgh competition in December and
routed the adversaries in every category
Membership in the National Forensic League is the goal of every debater. Violent
controversy rocked the campus of Syracuse University in March of l959. At this
New York State tournament N.F.L. members from the entire state. including many
A.H.S. students competed in various oratorical and Debate contests. During the
course of the year. three N.F.L. Student Congresses were held, and lVlr. Lombardi.
Student Congress Adviser, brought one of these sessions to Arlington in January.
Developing poise. gaining self-confidence. and obtaining skill in expression of
ideas is the training given the debater. which will prove an invaluable aid in every
SENIOR ANCHOR STAFF
FIRST ROW: E. Silber lEflitor-in-Chiefl. P. Kuchler. J. Sherman lArtl, L, Root, R, Oreutt,
M. Freer, V. Ross, R. Fitzpatrick. SECOND ROW: S. Fassett. K. Lintel. T. Bolha, L, Travis.
K, Pelham, S. Snow lLiteraryl, L. Lattin, L. Pearson. L. Sharp. THIRD ROW: M. Mack,
J. Venalmle, C. Nicolis. L. Hadden lAssistant Editorl, G. Robertson lBusinessl, B. Baird, T.
Marshall lSulJseriptionsl. J. Quinn fSportsl.
Caption-writing was the Junior Staff's specialty! R, Brown,
F. Acainpora. and S. Baright used an eraser industriously but
filled many pages with their peneilled notes.
We MUST get oodles of work done . . . Miss
Van wants the assignments in . . . HTell them lim
blowing: my stack, 'cause I amln Rick hates 35
millimeter film. said he absolutely refuses to use
it anymore . . . So he quit . . . Miss Van joined
him . . . Both immediately were called back to
duty . . . Have to write a foreword about the river
. . . MThis is the river. rich with the story and the
glory . . .77 A lot of one-fingered typists in this
group as everyone lends a hand . . . Who typed
all these name-lists with errors? Oh. well, at least
they got typed . . . Make another layout for that
page . . . Proofread the Copy . . . Write more Cap-
tions . . . Identify all those unfamiliar faces . . .
What would we do without Rogefs Thesaurus?
. . . And where are those missing pictures? . . .
Don't tell me we're finishedl
JUNIOR ANCHORS STAFF
FIRST ROW: P, Magennis. D. Speckenhach. G. Nazzaro. V. Tinkehnzm, S. Baright. F. Acmnpora.
C. Waligora. SECOND ROW: A. Credle, L. Meyer. D. Holleran. B, Brown. D. Marchcsc, R.
Shuler, L. Sinclair.
Taking over as Art Editor, Carolee Rell works at one
of the many sketches which added color to the '59
HH you want a thing well done, do it yourself!" 1
Photographer Rick Northnagefs motto, as he snaps hi
FIRST ROW: M. Gillespie. .I. Baraeh tBusinessl, R. Fitzpatrick lNewsl, I. Courchaine, B.
Battista. S. Horan. .l. Ellis l'Featuresl. L. Caplan. SECOND ROW: B. Burgess, B. Borthwiek.
K. Cowles. M. Davis, S. Nyman. E. De Forrest. D. Lama. .I. Hicks. THIRD ROW: B. All1'Il.
M. Freer, C. Belyea. L. Starr. F. Horniek. R. Decker, .I. Aaron, S. Smith, I. Bush. FOURTH
ROW: S. Dakin, C. Casement, II. Burgi. P. Ahrahamsen, S. Fowx, B. French. C. Corbin, C,
Dyer. B. Chambers.
Editor Carolyn Ristau meets with Mrs. Ciiday, the Arling-
tonian adviser. to discuss plans for the speeial Mid-Year
Issue. The paper this year has aehievetl wider eircuiation
and more complete Coverage of sehool events.
As in Philadelphia. where nearly everybody
reads the Inquirer. nearly everybody in Arlington
reads the Arlingtonian. The Press Cluh which
handles this paper. makes sure that it is well ol'-
ganizecl and Contains items of interest.
The cluh consists of three staffs: News. Feature,
and Business. Under the headline of News there
are items of academic and community interest.
while soeial aetivities such as danees. parties and
proms are covered hy the Feature staff. The Busi-
ness division manages the money affairs of the
eluh plus typing, distrihution, and sale of the
Although this year's club has the largest enroll-
ment in its history. eaeh member plays a vital role
in the production of our school paper.
FIRST ROW: E. Silber, R. Wirhowski. K. Koss, P. Kuchler, S. Phelan, C. Nazarro, D, Vrooman
R. Vergona, C. Kozma. SECOND ROW: J. Reed. P. Lasko, D. Speckenbach, C. Ristau lEdit0r-
in-Chiefl. A. Wild, M. Nicolis, S. Spencer, R, Sinacori, H. Zammiello. THIRD ROW: B. Or-
cutt, L. Lattin, V. Ross, M. Davies, L. Pearson, K. Lintel, L. Sharp, J. Vail, D. Schocssow
FOURTH ROW: P. Meehan, C. Waligora, J. Kampcr, H. Reynolds, T. Marshall, L, Sinclair
J. Scribner, C. Meyers, M. Mack, C. Nicolis.
FIRST ROW: L. Lattin, D. Addor, D. Vroonian, E. Silber, M. Davis, C. Ross, J, Hennessey.
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H. Reynolds, D. Wills, C, Bowe, S. Flanigan, F. Grossman, L, Ciancio,
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This year the Art Club again benefited Arling-
ton High School with their talents and services.
Preparing and arranging hall bulletin boards for
our dances, proms. and games, and continuing the
tradition of making decorations and trimming our
Christmas tree in the auditorium lobby were two
of their main projects. Mrs. Hawley, the club ad-
viser, searches for and develops the talents of the
members in hopes of furthering their art interests
and prepares some of them for their future careers
in all fields of art. Although not one of our larg-
est clubs, these members do their jobs well and
A.H.S. is proud of them.
FIRST RDYV: B. Rest, ll. llodner, J. Mack, B. Courant. J. Bolll. L. Cranv, D. DCLIII. l3.VSi1wS.
SECOND ROW: J. Gardner, B, Allen. J. Heresniak, Y. Smiles, L, Mcrcay, P. Dcckor, N, Narnex
'l'HlRD ROW: T. Briggs, R. CralJt1'Pfx. W. Clark, R. ElJf'fllZ!l'Cl, W. Green, R. Strcvli.
F. N. A.
FIRST ROW: J. Lullin. K. Koss. S, l'lI't'L'I'. J. Hack. K. Cnnia, J. Hicks, D, Yrooinan. SECOND
ROW: l'. Meehan. J. Vail, M. Davis. li. Brownell, J, Heresniak, C. Dickinson, F. Acampora.
S. Cnviixiws. THIRD ROW: J. Sl'1'llJI1C1'. B. French, L. Haddon, L. Russell, C. Bowv, M.
Magurno. B. Cliainlicrs.
FIRST ROW: T. Swierczek, C. Seaman, P, Magurno, J. Kyzer, R, Crawford, F. Lawatsch, D. Orcutt, J. Lynan, SECOND
ROW: J. Nagy, B. Evans, G. Oates, M. Brow, F. Misner, J. Spinner, B. Watson, J. Bolt, J, Talleur, B. Hewlett. THIRD
ROW: J. Ringwald, L. Schultz, B. Pitcher, B. Loomis, M. Gatti, B. Coutant, V. Speirs, C. Prichard, R. Battista, B. Booth,
L. Ciancio. FOURTH ROW: D. Spinski, J. Mack, P, Hammond, C. Belyea, J. Trethewey, P. Rumble, L. Batty, L. Homan,
S. Delameter, P. Whitesell, M. Talaber. FIFTH ROW: A. DePaolo, D. Addor, M. Mauna, K. Smith, V. Volt, J. Knapp, L,
Lattin, R. Traver, G. Roe, L. Mercay, B. Luks. SIXTH ROW: D. Way, J. Vasta, R. Lafko, J. Heresnick, S. Fitchett, J.
Delorey, L. Holmstrom, D. Davis, D. Cross, J. Bruleigh, G. Ahlers.
Choir robes help to create effective atmosphere for the Christ-
mas Pageant. Virginia Speirs prepares to don her costume
before the performance.
The greatly increased number of students in the
massed Junior and Senior High School Mixed
Chorus is but one manifestation of growth in this
group. The musical quality of their productions
has developed so markedly under the skillful di-
rection of Mr. LaFalce that all performances are
eagerly attended by students and parents. The
moment of stillness following a selection shows
the audienceis approval of their rendition and the
hush before the downbeat reveals genuine anticipa-
tion. Outstanding among the efforts of the Chorus
were the Christmas Pageant, the Winter and Spring
Concerts, and the special performance at Luckeyls.
l The Mixed Chorus is impressive both to see and
FIRST ROW: P. Wernick, G. Ahlers, L. Starr, C. Robertson, P. Fanelli, J. Cacchio, T. Butlancl, C. Miner. M. Bacun. SEC
OND ROW: A, Kendall, K. Constable, P. Fitspatrick, P. Tarttcr. S. Croft, R. Rorcltcrs. P. lluck, R. Banker. 'l'lllRll ROW
L. Knickerbocker, H. Fowler, L, Kovacs, G. Brice, J. Reed, H. WX-iss. S. Wcirs. A. Starr, J. Reed.
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Grim determination and self-satisfaction con-
stantly increases and improves the orchestrais in-
terest in playing classical music. Playing this type
of music is usually a difficult task, yet these young
musicians have niet this challenge successfully.
Mr. Emmanuel Kornbluth leads the orchestrais
thirty members and instills in them a love for
music and a desire to play it well. This desire was
manifested at the Christmas musical assembly in
which they surpassed their high hopes to please
the student body. Another outstanding perform-
ance was given at the annual Spring Concert.
Composed mainly of strings, the orchestra is
constantly improving and becoming an organiza-
tion of which the students of Arlington are proudly
Frequent practice niakcs for excellence in their musical efforts.
Mr. Kornblutll conducts a practice session of thc orchestra on
BASS: D. Cross. G. Harrison. SAX: H. Weiss, G. Robinson. M. Euiliree. Such, S.-Weiss.
TRUMPETS: P. McWilliams, L. Soper. B, Dederer, A. Starr, l. RUCG. R. HOFHH. M. Wllllam-
T, Lama, D. Delemater, M. Dillinger. .l. Burgess.
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Secretary KAREN WEBSTER
Echoes of stirring marches Coming from the football fiel
and sparkling foot-tapping rhythms from the Auditoriul
make the students of A.l'l.S. aware of the development of th
hand under the sharpened haton of Mr. Husted.
in addition to their regular programs. members of th
hand have formed a l2-piece dance ensemhle featuring Roc
ln' Roll. Always welcomed by the student body and we
recreived hy parents at their annual concerts, this music:
group has hecfome an outstanding: activity, one whose pa
ticipants are enthusiastic and skillful.
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FIRST ROW: R. Vaeth, D. Silber, D. Orcutt, H. Clark. SECOND ROW:
J. Zeleznik, M. Sheer, F. Nothnagel tVice-Presidentl, J. Quinn CPresidentJ,
R. Mackey, L. Ciancio, E. Varney, W. White.
FIRST ROW: D. Silber, K. Smith, M. Davies, D. Orcutt, T. Olheiser.
SECOND ROW: J. Zeleznik CSecretary-Treasureri, A. Acker, W. Sipos,
H. Preston CVice-Presidenti, C. Stampf, T. Lotz, W. White fPresidentJ,
R. Logue, E. Varney.
The '4Hallowed portalsv of the Tech Room
are no longer available to the members of
the club, but their services to the school
continue. Tech Club boys are skilled in the
use of audio-visual equipment: the lights and
wiring, microphones and loudspeakers, movie
and slide projectors, tape recorders and record
players. They provide stage lighting and sound
effects, soft illumination at proms and dances,
and the showing of slides and films in classes.
Through their technical ability they render
valuable assistance to the faculty and students
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transmitters 1 1 . receivers .... learning
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People rescued .... lives saved 1 1 1
radio pals around the world 1 1 1 These
are the rewards . 1 . . Intelligent leaders
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initiative .1 . . These are characteristics
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The photographeris lot is not a happy one! Members
if the Photography Club, whose responsibility it is
o provide all the informals and many group pictures
'or the Anchors, work tirelessly to achieve results sat-
sfactory to everyone. This involves much scheduling
md rescheduling, the taking and retaking of numerous
Jhotos, the printing and re-printing of many negatives.
it seems an endless l and often exasperatingl chore,
rut the photographers have been extremely capable.
Ve are proud to acknowledge their artistically superior
vork and to exhibit it in the pages of the 1959
"Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live,
iving to serveil the motto of F.F.A., exemplifies the
'nthusiastic confidence of farm boys and young men
n themselves and their work. ,Their -motto, together
vith their emblem, rituals, symbols, and program, helps
0 develop qualities of leadership, scholarship, citizen-
hip, thrift, and patriotism in them. Through varied
tctivities, such as lectures, field trips, cattle shows, and
novies, these boys have attained individual and com-
nunity progress in the field of agriculture.
FIRST ROW: F. Nothnagel fPresidentl, W. Bruce, E. Silber tVice-Presi-
dentl, G. Bulson, P. Dean. SECOND ROW: T. Clark, L. Myers, D. Ross
C. Gekle, J. Kelsey lSecretary-Treasure-rj.
FIRST ROW: A. Varney, A. Hewlett, L. Kovacs, R. Robinson, M. Van-
Amburgh. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lacks CAdviserJ, L. VanLeuven, C.
McDonald, C. Myers tReporterJ, W. Odell, J. Curran tSecretaryJ, D.
Bullock, W. Copeland lTreasurerl, D. Burgess, V. Reinfelds, F. Buck, T.
Grant. THIRD ROW: R. Ayasse, B. Baright fSentinell, F. Davis, D.
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ARLINGTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
FIRST ROW Miss Cooke fTreasurerJ, Miss Ranucci. SECOND ROW: S. Spencer fSecretary,P, D. Marchese fVice-Presi-
dent? Mr Jordan C. Anderson fPresidentl.
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Ierry Anderson's signature appears on every A.A.A. card. Here
he signs another as Sallie Spencer watches.
The Arlington Athletic Association is the
official representative of the school's ath-
letic program. This year, as always, it has
done an excellent job of handling the many
sports in which our school participates. In
addition to providing leadership, this or-
ganization supplies the income necessary to
the program hy selling season tickets to the
yearis sports events. The money thus earned
is used for the purchase of equipment as
well as the payment of other expenses.
Heading the association are Mrs. Ranucci,
Coach jordan, Miss Cooke, and the compe-
tent officers who were elected in the fall by
the student body. Together with Mr. Nel-
son, this fine staff is responsible for the
organization which has helped to make
sports an exciting and prominent aspect of
Left to right: K. Koss, D. Speckenhack, V. Cook, K. Hawley, J. Knapp, J. Vail, K. Cowles, S. Spencer, S. Sinon.
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These are the famous words of our jun-
ior varsity and varsity cheerleaders. These
are the girls who work very hard to help
support the teams at the basketball and
The purpose of cheerleading is to build
school spirit, organize the enthusiasm of the
spectators, and encourage good sportsman-
ship. A cheerleader is expected to be a
credit to her squad and school, to set a
good example for her fellow students, and
to obey the rules of the school. The cheer-
leaders also have a code by which they set
their standards. If a girl obtains three de-
merits while she is on the squad, she is
To be eligible for the varsity squad, a girl
must have prior experience on the junior
The cheerleaders are a very necessary
part of Arlington High School. Because of
their attractiveness, friendly personalities,
and good sportsmanship, these girls are a
fine representation of our school.
CENTER: L. Fleishmen, MacAndrews. Left to right: H
Marcelo, L. Decker, Bauman, G. Johnson, T. Sitomer, D. Men
sler, M. Tator, M. Yamen.
FIRST ROW: D. Holleran, D. Ross, D. Diesing, A. Bentley. SECOND ROW:
R. Quinn, G. Light, I. Bierman, R. Ayasse, K. McGovern, R. Smith.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
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FIRST ROW: R. Ahbate, R. Bruleigh, L. Sharp, W. Hanaburg, O. Smith.
SECOND ROW: D. Marchese, W. Lasko, P. Barth, L. Bierman, F. Abbott,
J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES
FIRST ROW: R. Luik, R. Randall, R
Shuler. SECOND ROW: J. Quinn, G
Batista, C. Gekle, J. Kelsey, T. Barrett
FIRST ROW: R. Marchese, H. Weiss
B. Ireland. SECOND ROW: T. Daley,
V. Marchese, W. Bruce, J. Doss.
D. Erit, P. Magurno, R. Anderson
Mr. Jordan fCoachl, W. Brown fManagerJ, M. Sevino, M. Moyer lCo-Captainl, I. Bierman, W. Green, C. Maiore, T. Denning,
L. Weisherg, J. Anderson fCo-Captainl, J. Slocum, E. Brusgul, E. Cavo, R. Wilhelm, A. Credle.
Alex Credle wins the jump! Mike Moyer and one of
the opposing team members look on while the crowd
apprehensively awaits the next basket. A.H.S. went on
to victory once again.
Sportsmanship and championship worked hard
this year to bring Coach and his boys a victoriously
strong 13-5 record for the year. The team fought
with all its might and with the rebounds and sharp-
shooting, teamwork and fine coaching, the players
netted a fine performance. After tying for first place
in the D.C.S.L., the Maroons bowed in a challenging
defeat to Wappingers. The Junior Varsity performers
rallied to an exceptional season with a 16-2 record,
as the Freshman stars also finished in outstanding
form. Next year's team should roll up as equally
a fine record with at least five Varsity men return-
ing, supported by the strong ,I.V. up-and-comings.
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M. Moyer demonstrates his scoring ability by netting another Defense proves to he a vital element in the duel between
A.H.S. and Onteora as M. Savino and G. Anderson play
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
A.H.S. Opp. A.H.S. Opp.
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Dover Plains ,,,,, 67 55
Beacon ,,,,,, . . ,.,,, 62 58
Saugerties ,,,,,,, 73 56
Pine Plains . 51 71
Onteora ., ,,,,,,,,,,,., 59 27
Dover Plains ., L39 36
Beacon ,,,,,, ,,,,, , 43 51
Saugerties 54- 38
Pine Plains .. ,,,,,,,, 59 32
Beacon . H4-7 33
Saugerties ,,,,,, . ,,,, 83 26
Our Lady of
Lourdes . . ,H 52 33
Trinity Pawling 33 42
Middletown . 46 54-
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Dover Plains ,,,,,,,, 63 4-8 Highland ..............., 62
Roosevelt ,lYYY,,,, YY,,,, 80 70 Sallgerlies . ..,,.,,,, 68
Highland ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 67 56 Pine Plains ,,,,, .4-9
Kingston .,,,7 7,,,, ,V,,, 6 9 71 Wappingers .,ee,,7,,e,, 55
.l.V. BASKETBALL SCORES
A.H.S. opp. A.H.S.
Wappingers ,,,,,,,,, 50 38 BCHCOH H ................. 64-
Dover Plains , , ,,,, 48 32 Highland 66
Roosevelt ,7,,,,,,,, ,,77, 5 4. 48 Saugerties ..,,.... ..... 3 6
Highland YY,,YY W VVY,V 62 31 Pine Plains ,,,,,,,,, 76
Kingston , ,,,..,,,,,,,, 60 56 Wappingers ........... .
EBESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES
A.H.S. Opp. A.H.S.
Our Lady of Millbrook .. ,,,,,,,,,,, 63
Lourdes ,,,...,....... 37 440 Oakwood ...,,,,,.,,,,,,, 68
Trinity Pawling .. .34 39 Anderson ..,...,,..,ee,, 57
Wappingers ,,,,,,,,,, 4-2 32 Oakwood ......,,,,,,,,,, 51
Saugerties ,,,.,,...,.., 56 34- Wappingers ,,,,,,,, 52
Middletown .,,,,.,...,, 60 4-6
A Credle pushes in an important rebound as M. Moyer
and C. Anderson. watch with unnecessary apprehension.
Arlington slaughtered Highland 66-37.
Onteora .,,....,...,.,i.,, 69 63
Roosevelt ,..,,, . ,75 54'
Kingston ..., ,,,,,.,, 6 6 65
Wappingers .,........,, 50 69
Gorton ........ ,.,,,,, 6 7 89
Onteora ..... ...,... 6 6 59
Roosevelt . ,,.,... .. 66 51
Kingston .... ,......, 7 2 63
A.H.S. O .
Anderson .,,,,, ,,,, , 32 12,59
Our Lady of
Lourdes ..,,,.,,,,, 95 4.0
Millbrook .. ., . 37 40
Coach Jordan lends his knowledge of basketball to Ar-
lington's starting five to aid us in another victory.
FIRST ROW: S. Weiss, I. Bierman, F. Lawatch. SECOND ROW:
W. Smith. J. Kelsey, M. Sheer. THIRD ROW: B. Stotenburg,
C. Cekle. P. Weisberg.
Every eighth period of the school golfing sea-
son the boys who make up the golf team perfect
their game at Baird Park. Under Mr. lVlay's
direction, the members of this club become
skilled at this highly select sport. Competing
with the teams of other local schools, our golf-
ers test their proficiency at ulke's game." As
golf requires patience as well as dexterity, the
boys playing it are to be congratulated for their
?az'eZacecwd ' waetdegame
FIRST ROW: P. Vaeth, R. Marchers, W. Sane, W. Hegaman,
T. Royster. T. Lane, H. Weiss. J. Rinaldi. C. McKenna. SECOND
ROW: R. Diesing. J. Doss, H. Weicke, A. Rinaldi, Coach King.
THIRD ROW: D. Orcutt, P. Faircloth. W. Smith. F. Mears, J.
Engle, W. Lasko. R. Hanaburg. Cv. Schneider. L. Ferrari. H.
From the middle of February until June,
A.H.S.'s rowers may be known as uthe early
risersf, Every morning, weather permitting,
these boys are up at the crack of dawn work-
ing either on the machines in the cellar or in a
shell on the river. Unity is their most important
business. The coxswain yells, the boys grit their
teeth and tense their muscles, and the shell
slithers gracefully across the water like a many-
legged water bug. School Boy Rowing has al-
ways been an important sport in the Hudson
Valley and our crew can certainly make Arling-
ton students proud.
They said it couldnit be done. They said they
couldnit revive the Greek Marathons. But they
did. Here at Arlington one may witness some
of the valley's fastest sprinters as they race their
way about the countryside. The perfection of
the cross country teamis specialty, the two-mile
run, is carefully supervised by Mr. Fogden and,
with perfection achieved, these hikers compete
-championship style-with runners from all
over this part of the state. Cross country takes
time and effort but the end products--enjoy-
ment and success--are worth it.
FIRST ROW: F. Davis, R. Brown, G. Anderson, J. McKenna
G. Ahlers, D. White, J. Cole, Mr. Fogden. SECOND ROW: M
Cemmel, R. Townsend, B. Tyson, T. Butland, B. Lafco, N
Varney, R. Ross.
By the middle of March, Arlington's maroon-
clad cinder blazes have begun their prepara-
tions for the year's track activities.
Mr. Murphy and Mr. Fogden coach the boys,
mainly Seniors, in the various events-pole
vaulting, broad jumping, high jumping, weight
throwing, and relay racing.
Running in all kinds of weather and at any
spare moment, the boys become conditioned to
the stiff competition with which they must con-
tend, and by means of their conscientious and
persistent practice and observance of training
rules, these track stars are able to meet with
much success in the meets held between local
and metropolitan schools each spring.
FIRST ROW: J. Downing, P. Barth, M. Northrup, L. Sharp,
D. Cowles, N. Nerangis. SECOND ROW: D. Spencer, D. White,
C. Rathkopf, R. Ross, R. Townsend, J. Ramage. THIRD ROW:
R. Barrenger, K. Eng, M. Cemmel, R. Ziel, R. Vaeth, A. Baladis.
FOURTH ROW: R. Shuler, A. Lamberts, C. McKenna, N.
Varney, R. Tator, W. Cummings. FIFTH ROW: P. Myers,
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It is tlouhtful that any' girl who has purtiripatctl
in gym vlassc-s or aftf-r-svliool sports van floclgc 'lthat
girl yyith tlw yyhistle.', You might cull her Nlrs.
llllIll1t'1'l-S "right-hanrl nianmffor there sho isfal-
ways rn-ally' to 1-all that foul or ready' to show somo-
om- how to holcl a hasvhall hat. Thr clutivs are
nuinc-rous for inf-inlmc-1's of the Leaders Club.
Chosvn 1-uvli fall as inemlwrs of this honorary' cluh.
the girls must possess that moral quality' which is
at'q11irvtl. not inln-ritetl. sportsinanship. anfl in addi-
tion. loyalty. r'ocqu-ration. anrl vnthusiasm of playing
for pluyfs sakv.
Besides helping with the gym classes anfl the after
school program. thvsv twenty girls also learn the rules
and twliiiiqtit-s of the various sports and receive the
opportunity to perfect their gamv.
"Take it away," cheers teammate C. Friel as M. Fanelli recovers the ball to go on to raise the score for her team in
after-school girls' basketball.
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There's the whistlegwell, put the pennies in the box+have to
get that bus-gee, that was a great game-am I tired!-almost
fouled out, too-wonder if our basketball team will place?-
These might be the thoughts of any number of A.H.S.'s athletic-
minded girls who enjoy participating in after-school sports through-
out the year. These 200 or more sportswomen begin their sports
cycle with soccer. Running breathlessly up and down the field
with frequent shouts of uYou behind mef, the girls play
until the field becomes too frozen. Then the gym becomes a
Tuesday and Friday mass of volleyball nets and then basketballs.
Spring fever, however, beckons the players to the softball field,
where powerful female Mantles expertly reduce the Yankees to
amateur status. Archery, ping-pong, and badminton are inter-
spaced among the major sports. And so, girls' sports are a plea-
surable and diversified way for them to increase their ability at
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DONALD J. NELSON, Principal, Senior High School: HAROLD C. STORM. Superintendemg WALTER R. NEIDHARDT,
Principal, Junior High School.
Administration, faculty, and secretaries find
student data on the permanent record cards.
Mrs. Noyes, Mr. Nelson, Mrs. Wardell. and
Miss Cooke pool their efforts.
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To the graduates of 1959:
The members of the class of 1959 of the Arlington High School
as well as the thousands of other high school graduates who wil
be leaving the many high schools across our great nation, will bt
entering a world more full of opportunities and challenges thai
The world itself has shrunk to unbelievable smallness because o
rapid advance in communication and travel. Our challenges nov
are not confined to our world, but extend into the whole universe
To make ready for a happy, successful life in the Space Age re
quires more from the individual than a minimum effort. You wil
be required to make good use of all your talents. You will nee4
to continue your education throughout your life.
Education is what you have after you have forgotten what yo
We trust you will have much left over from your high schoc
education and that you will be able to use what is left to hel
you achieve all your goals in life.
Harold C. Storm
Donald J. Nelson
Walter R. Neidhardt
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Vlrs. Kirby. an English and French teacher, has
been at Arlington for three years. She attended New
York State College for Teachers, Columbia University,
N.Y.C.. and La Sorbonne in France. Miss Vanasco
teaches Latin and Spanish. She has been on our
faculty for five yearsg educated at Albany State
Teachers College, Columbia University and Middle-
bury. she is our ,yearbook adviser. An alumnus of
Dalhousie University. Harvard, Columbia, and Ox-
ford University in England, Mr. Ross teaches Eng-
lish and Latin and has been at A.H.S. for two years.
Mrs. Gilday, teacher of office practice, salesman-
ship,Qand utility typing, has been at Arlington since
1956. She is a graduate of New York University and
is adviser for the school newspaper, the Arlingtonian.
Mr. Stearns attended Syracuse and has taught busi-
ness subjects to our students for 21 years. Mrs.
Manning, who received her education at the Univer-
sity of New Hampshire and Columbia, has served on
our faculty for 31 years. Her subjects include typ-
ing and shorthand. Miss Stilwell, who came to A.H.S.
in 1957. teaches typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping.
An alumna of New York State Teachers College at
Albany. she is adviser for the Junior Class.
Miss Clow. who directs all the libraries of the
school district. is a graduate of New York State
College for Teachers at Albany. 1n addition to her
duties as librarian at A.H.S., she instructs English
classes in the use ol reference works and the joys of
reading both for pleasure and profit. World Litera-
ture students. especially, are grateful to her for her
uid and advice on Senior Essays. She is ably assisted
in the lligh School library by Mrs. lloty and lVlrs.
lfrost. while lVlrs. Morris supervises the junior High
Mr. Graham, a graduate of Hartwick and Alban
State Teachers Colleges, has been at A.H.S. for fou
years. Among the many math courses that he teache
are advanced algebra, solid geometry, intermediat
algebra and math IO. Mrs. Carberry is Senior Clas
adviser, an alumnus of Trinity College, she attendei
Columbia University for graduate work. This is he
second year at Arlington and she teaches both algebr
and tenth year math. Miss Flint received her educa
tion at New York State Teachers College at Alban'
and Columbia University. She has devoted 35 year
to teaching at Arlington and presently instructs classe
in elementary algebra, tenth year math, eleventh yea
math, and trigonometry.
Mr. Bollt, adviser for the Science Clubs in both
Junior and Senior High, received his education at
New York State Teachers College at Albany, Columbia
University, and N.Y.U. He has taught seventh and
efghth grade science and applied mathematics this
year. A graduate of R.P.I., Mr. Smith teaches physics
and trigonometry. This is his first year at Arlington.
Miss Keohane, our general science and chemistry
teacher, is an alumna of St. Lawrence and Columbia.
She has taught here since 1926. Mr. Knops has in-
structed classes in general science and has been a
member of the faculty for ten years. He is a graduate
of Panzer College and has done further study al
N.Y.U. Miss Housman, adviser for the Junior Red
Cross, teaches biology and general science. She gradui
ated from New York State Teachers College at Albany
and has taught at A.H.S. for the past 13 years.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
Mr. Baker, who has been a member of the A.H.S.
faculty for three years, teaches all woodworking
classes. He has studied at Oswego, N.Y.U., and Brad
ley, and is adviser for the Sophomore Class and
Leathercraft Club. Mr. Folster, teacher of electricaf
courses and mechanical drawing, is adviser for Radic
and Tech Clubs. He was graduated from Oswegc
and has taught for nine years. Mr. Stewart, also ar
Oswego graduate, teaches metal shop and is advisel
for Photography Club and the G.O. He has been a'
Arlington for 19 years.
Mrs. Houston, a graduate of Middlebury College,
has taught at A.H.S. for three years. At present she
conducts classes in English IU. Miss Walsh, debate
coach and the Coordinator of Language Arts for all
the schools of our district, has returned to the faculty
after a leave of absence. She holds degrees from the
College of Mount St. Vincent, Fordham, and Colum-
hia. Mrs. Petty attended Miami University, Oxford
in Ohio, and Columbia. She has taught English II
for the past eight years. Dr. Fredinburgh, also a
teacher of English IO, is in his second year at Ar-
lington. He received his education at N.Y.U. and is
adviser for the Future Teachers Club. The adviser
for Dramatic Club and the Student Handbook, Mrs.
Noyes has taught here for eight years. This year her
classes include English 9, World Literature, and Eng-
lish Literature. She was educated at the University
of Maine. Mr. Frank attended Notre Dame, Fordham,
and Columbia and has taught English I2 for two
CITIZEN SHIP EDUCATION
Mr. Stahlberger, our American history teacher, has
taught at A.H.S. for nine years. He received his
training at Bates College and Syracuse University.
Vlrs. Schiavone, who teaches world history, attended
V. Y. State College for Teachers at Albany, Syracuse
University, and the University of Wisconsin. She has
Jeen on our faculty for I3 years. Mr. Bodner, also
1 citizenship education teacher, attended Albany State
Teachers College and N.Y.U. This is his 14th year
with our faculty. He is also the Chess Club adviser.
Vlr. Lombardi, a new member of our teaching staff
his year, attended Albany State Teachers College and
s director of Student Congress and Sophomore Class
ldviser. Mrs. Lipschutz teaches citizenship education,
'eceived her education at Temple University, and has
meen at A.H.S. for three years.
Mrs. Hawley, our junior and senior art teacher,
nas been at A.H.S. for four years. She is an alumna
if Alvright College and Buffalo State Teachers College
nd acts as the Art Club adviser. In her first year at
trlington, Mrs. Gardner teaches Junior High art and
omemaking and home furnishings class. She is a
raduate of Syracuse University. Mrs. 0,Connell,
lso a newcomer to A.H.S., is the homemaking
aacher for the Junior and Senior High school and a
raduate of Oneonta State Teachers College. Mr.
.acks, not shown in this photograph, teaches agri-
ulture and general science. He attended Emmanuel
Iollege, has taught at A.H.S. for nine years, and
. the EEA. adviser.
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Mr. Kearney, the junior high school mathematics
teacher, has taught here in Arlington for four years.
He holds degrees from New Paltz State Teachers Col-
lege, University of Miami, and New York University.
Mrs. Stevens, a well-known member of our faculty,
presently teaches eighth grade mathematics and was
graduated from Columbia University. Mr. Deeh, a
six-year member of the A.H.S. junior high faculty,
teaches citizenship education. He attended Biarritz
American University, New Paltz State Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University, and Wesleyan University.
Vliss Phelan, who does not appear in this picture,
studied at New Paltz State Teachers College and
New York University. She teaches eighth grade
fitizenship education and is the Yorker Clubis faculty
Mr. Sorrcntino has taught at Arlington for eight
years and is the adviser for the Junior High Anchor
Squad. He teaches eighth grade English and attended
Vew Paltz State Teachers College as well as Colum-
Jia University. The other eighth grade English
eacher is Mrs. Moore. She has instructed at A.H.S.
'or ten years, attended New Paltz State Teachers
jollege and is the adviser for the Junior High School
Vewspaper Club. Mrs. Brooks, also a ten-year mem-
Jer of our faculty, instructs the seventh grade in
Qnglish Readings. She was graduated from Goucher
Iollege and Columbia University. Mrs. Traver has
aught at Arlington for I-14 years and teaches seventh
rrade English. She is an alumna of Albany State
Teachers College and Temple University.
JUNIOR HIGH GRADE TEACHERS
Mrs. Bollt, a seventh grade teacher, studied at New
altz and Albany State Teachers Colleges. She has
aught at Arlington for four years. Mrs. Bon, who
las taught seventh grade for one year, attended Al-
bany State Teachers College and Syracuse University.
I new member of our faculty, Mr. Calderwood, who
tudied at Bloomsberg State Teachers College, con-
lucts the Seventh Grade Basic Help Class. In addi-
ion. he coaches the junior high track and freshman
ootball teams. Mrs. Murtaugh, an alumna of New
'altz State Teachers College, has been with us for
ifteen years. She teaches eighth grade in the junior
igh. Mr. Berger, who teaches eighth grade in our
unior high, graduated from New Paltz State Teach-
rs College and has been a member of the A.H.S.
iculty for four years.
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scape sketching, mobiles, col-
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Auctions STAFF 1959
Unbelievable as it may be, the voyage of the Arlington High School Class of 1959 is nearing its end.
Though our good times cannot be revived, they can be recalled, It is to give substance to our memories
that we of the 1959 Anchors staff have worked. We hope that in years to come this log will help to remind
us of four of our happiest years.
Our book has been possible only through the efforts of the many people who have worked with us so
willingly. We are grateful to Mrs. Noyes for her literary guidance and for the composition of the fore-
word. To Mr. John Freni we are especially indebted for taking the senior portraits and for posing the
formal class and club pictures. To Mrs. Cooper go our thanks for the many times she remained to clean
up after we had gone.
The contributions of our patrons, added to the most generous gift of the P.T.A., have helped to make the
publication of this yearbook possible.
Most of all, we are immeasurably grateful to Miss Antoinette Vanasco, our faculty adviser, for her in-
valuable part in the making of this book. Her steady hand at the helm has carried our ship through rough
And now, at the end of our journey, we drop anchor and say to our successors-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Acampora
Mr. and Mrs. M. Alley
Mrs. Elizabeth Alsdorf
Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson
Arlington Sporting Goods
Aviators Equipment Corporation
Baright G. L. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Belch
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Benson
Bill's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. John Bolha
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bollt
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borchers
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. E. Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bronson
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown
William H. Brown
Miss Margaret Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carberry
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Carr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Christ
Mrs. R. Theodore Coe
Dorothy Crawford, Inc.
Mr. G. Deeb
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Delaney
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Dugan
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Doremus Sr.
Crew of the AK601 makes their farewells to Mr. Roberts.
Stepped-up rehearsals during the last week help to produce
another outstanding play.
Mrs. Olive H. Doty
Dutchess Equipment Company
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Eberhard
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egenberger
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dickson
Electra Industrial Distributors
Electra Supply Company
Elmer Nygren's Hardware and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engle
Fargo Manufacturing Company
The Fixit Shop
Miss Marion Fratz
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. French
Mrs. Mary M. Frost
Mr. and Mrs. T. Guilfoil
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hadden
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallack
Harry and Verna
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heresniak
Higgins and Sheer
Dr. Irving Hoffman
Ruth S. Hawley
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howarth
Jean's Gift Shop
Mrs. Lynne Kelsey
Mr. and Mrs. Frank King
Mrs. John King
Mr. and Mrs. George V. Kirby
Lake Service Station
A general rehearsal shifts from the stage to the Auditoriu
steps as spring fever hits the cast and production staff
Mr. and Mrs. V. Lamberts
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawatsch
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Lipschultz
Love Oil Corporation
Lowe's Optical Company
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mahar
Mr. and Mrs. William Maier
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manna
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Marchese
Margaretis Dress Shop
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur May
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morris McComb
Mrs. Herman Michaelis
Mr. and Mrs. William Mulvey
Mr. Frank Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murtaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Neidhardt
Mr. and Mrs. James Nerangis
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neustadt
Mr. Harold C. Orcutt
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Osborne
Mr. and Mrs. George Ouimet
Pat Mosher Studio
P.B.S. Discount Center
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petty
Pleasant Valley Department Store
Pompyfs Tailor Shop
Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Power
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Preyss
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
J oe Ranucci
Mr. and Mrs
. John Quinn
. Raphael Rosenblatt
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rathkopf
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reed
Roberts Boice Paper Company
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robertson
Irene C. Roe
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Roe
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Root
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ross
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Russell
Russell Fuel and Heating Company
Saxony Luggage Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Silber
Mr. R. Donald Slee
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Snow
Mr. Robert Stearns
Mr. and Mrs. Thural Stump
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sudol
M. Swartz and Company
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Swartz
Dr. and Mrs. A. Tinkleman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tinkelman
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Tinkelman
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tinkelman
Mrs. Dora Tinkelman
Mrs. Carlton Traver
Mr. William Tripp
Antoinette F. Vanasco
Mr. Stanley J. Valigora
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Wardell
Mr. and Mrs. William Willsey
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright
for Naval Reserve Train. At dress rehearsal, the crew of "Mr. Roberts escorted by the
ing Center in Poughkeepsie, was technical adviser for "Mr. ANDY, .the NHVY, and the efllfagefl CIUZCHS 0f EIYSIUTU returns
Roberts." Here he outfits Bill Bruce for General Quarters. -
DK3 Richard Peck, recruiting officer
staggering and stuttering to their ship
A.A.A. Officers ...,..., ............ 8 6
Academic Candids .,... .. ...... .
Anchor Squad . 7,,. .-
Art Club ..7.ddA.
Varsity ..... ,
J .V. ...w... 4 ....,s 1
Varsity s,.......... .6 ..... ,
Board of Education ,,.,.. .. ,,
Cheerleaders - .........,. .-
Crew ............ . .,....
Cross Country .A..
Debate Club ...,,r
Dedication ,st. ,...t.
Dramatic Club ...tt,
,. ....,,, 76
C ,,,,, 96
. ...,, 91
, C... 103
.. . 47-49
Epilogue ..,,... . ....i...,. . .v... ....---. 1 23
F.F.A. ss.s...,.,........,ss... .......... 3 3
F.N.A. ,..,. ,
Varsity s,,.., ,
Foreign Students .,...
Girls' Sports ......
G.O. ............ .
Gu1dance ....,....r,........ , -.-..- .
Honor Key Students ..,.... .r..
Junior High Classes
Leaders Club .....,...
Library Staff ,,,....,
N.F.L. t,,,.,.....r .
Photography Club ...... .......-.. 3 5
Press Club ,.r........vr....., ........ 7 4-71
P.T.A. Talent Show ........ . 11'
Radio Club ....,r..., . .... ...... 8 I
Senior Prom .,.,.,...
Awards and Prizes
Tech Club ..,....
JOHN LANE STUDIO
Poughkeepsie, New York
Highest Honors for Portraits
New York State Exhibition-1957, 1958, 1959
New England Photographic Exhibition-1958
National Photographic Exhibition-1958
Official Photographer for the
Gus Hoclgkins and Jim Gercling aH'encI a Yearbook Seminar in Dallas, Texas and are
gree+ed by Bill Taylor.
Class Rings-Commencemenl' Announcemenls
Caps and Gowns-Medals and Awards-Diplomas
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
BENTLEY 8: SIMON TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO.
HODGKINS OF BALFOUR
Gus Hodgkins, Bob Gray. Don Nash, Jim Gerding
and Frank Hanrahan
P. O. Box 9
SCI-IENECTADY, NEW YORK
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