Arlington High School - Anchors Yearbook (Lagrangeville, NY)
- Class of 1960
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Now with thoughts of graduation upon us, the lamp of
learning shines with unusual radiance. This radiance is not
a new experience for aus howeverg we have seen it many times
before. .We saw it the day many of our classmates ascended
the stage to receive their coveted honor keys. We saw it even
time one of our classmates received word that he had heart
granted a scholarship hy the college of his choice, It shorte-
hehind all our accomplishments of the past four years. Yes
we have seen it shine radiantlyg hut we have also, at times.
seen it lose some of its radiance and begin to flicker. But each
time ,the flicker relcindledg it grew in intensity. and todai
has reached its summit. Now as we prepare to leave this home
which has nurtured our knowledge, we are confident that :Eze
lamp will continue to cast its radiance on us, lighting 1"
various paths our lives may follow.
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Ruth D. Noyes Marion B. Petty
Because the quest for knowledge is the theme of our yearbook,,it
is appropriate that we dedicate the 1960 Anchors to two of those teachers
who have aided us in this quest.
We shall never forget Mrs. Pertyls intensive drill on the mechanics
and techniques of writing which helped us to analyze, to organize, and
to substantiate. The lectures and advice given from the high stool in the
front of her room will long be remembered by our class.
From Mrs. Noyes, we learned responsibility, dependability, and self-
expression. The podium, dangling glasses, and jangling prop-room keys
will always remind us of her.
To these two teachers, so very interested in our welfare, we proudly
dedicate our yearbook.
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The need for post high school training has never
been so apparent as it is in this present day of automa-
tion. As a result of technological advances, many un-
skilled and semi-skilled occupations will soon cease to
exist. On the other hand, many highly trained workers
will be needed and the demand for scientists, engineers,
and mathematicians will increase.
It has been said that electronic computers can Uthink'
like the human brain, whereas we know that computers
have neither human will nor imagination, and that even
in the age of automation all constructive thinking, inven-
tions, and new discoveries will be products of able and
For those of you who are not planning to pursue
formal education at a college, university, or specialized
school, there are bountiful opportunities for self-im-
provement and advancement right within our own
community. lVlany industries offer in-service training
programs for employees, numerous valuable courses are
available in Adult Education Programs, and many
colleges and universities are already offering televised
courses for credit.
For the past four years your education has been our
responsibility. However we will not feel that we have
discharged one of our most important obligations un-
less we have impressed upon you the need for some
further training which will provide you with useful skills
to enable you to reach a higher degree of personal
satisfaction and security.
We sincerely hope that each of you will assume his
responsibility, and we feel confident that the many
accomplishments of the class of 1960 are indications
of your future success.
Harold C. Storm,
Superintendent of Schools
Senior High Principal
Walter R. Neidhardt,
Junior High Principal
Donald Nelson, Senior High School Principal, Harold C. Storm, Super-
intendent of Schools, Walter R. Neiclhardt, Junior High School Principal.
The Board of Education works on the plan: for the
new school. H. Morris lllccomb, John Peirpont, R.
Lewis Townsend, Harold C. Storm, Oscar D,Luf7o:cf7,
Rusrell Hadden, ana' Raymond Yerry carefully study
the architects' blueprints.
The constant effort of the Arlington Board of Education
has provided the students of this school district with the finest
During this past year the members of the Board spent
many hours in planning and contracting for the construction
of the new high school. The completion of the addition to
the Raymond Avenue School also was the result of their
endeavors. The Board worked closely with the Citizens Com-
mittee to bring ahout this program for hetter education in
the near future.
The Class of 1960 wishes to express its gratitude and to
acknowledge the worlc of the Board of Education, for these
men are the haclchone of the progress in the Arlington School
gamut of gdacaftdaa
Standing: john Reed, Raymond Yerry, John Pierpont, Oscar D,Luhosch fpresiclentj, R. Lewis Town-
send fclerkj, Perry Ferris, john Bronson, Russell W. Hadclen. Seated: Harold C. Storm.
Philip G. Swartz, Counselorg Margaret I. Byrne, Directory Edward T. Bonahue, Counselor.
Larry Meyer'5 conference with Mis: Byrne is serious buxinesx.
for they are difcussing his plans for colfege.
Mr. Bonalvue arm' Mr. Swartz relax for a moment for con-
verfalion in the outer office, but Mfr. Maier': typewriter
clicks' on busily.
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MR. BAKER llndustrial artsl, who studied at Oswego, N.Y.
U., and Bradley, has been in Arlington for 4 years. MR.
BERGER feighth gradel is a graduate of New Paltz SUTC
and has taught here 5 years. MR. BODNER fcitizenship
educationl has been a member of our faculty for 15 years
and is advisor of F.'I'.A. He attended Albany SUTC and
N.Y.U. MRS. BOLLT fseventh gradel, who studied at New
Paltz and Albany SUTC, has also taught A.H.S. classes for
5 years. MR. BOLLT fmathematics and Junior High sciencej
is advisor for the Junior and Senior Science Clubs. He re-
ceived his education at Albany SUTC, Columbia, and N.Y.U.
MRS. BON fseventh gradel, a member of our faculty for
2 years, attended Albany SUTC and Syracuse. MR. BOR-
KOSKI fmathematicsl, a graduate of Lockhaven State, is
teaching his first year at A.H.S. and in addition, is the JV
Football Coach and Sophomore Class advisor. MRS. BROOKS
Uunior High Englishj attended Groucher College and Colum-
bia and has been in Arlington for 11 years. MR. BRUCK-
LACKER fseventh grade math at LaGrange Centerl is new
this year and attended New Paltz SUTC, MR. BYRNE
fdriver educationl has been teaching here for 2 years and
coaches JV Baseball and Freshman Football. He was educated
at Hobart College, Cortland, and New Paltz SUTC. MRS.
CARBERRY fmathematics 10 and algebral, now in her third
year here, is a graduate cf Trinity College and Columbia.
MR. CARROLL Chistoryl, is a graduate of the U.S. Naval
Academy and the University of New Hampshire. This is his
first year at A.H.S. MISS CLOW, besides teaching English
reference classes, directs all the libraries of the school dis-
trict and is an alumna of Albany SUTC. MR. DEEB Uun-
ior High citizenship educationj, who taught here for the past
7 years, attended Biarrity American University, New Paltz
SUTC, Columbia, and Wesleyan College. MR. DUGGAN
fEnglish 101, a new member of the faculty, is a graduate cf
Holy Cross. MISS FLINT Cmathematicsl has been teaching
students here for 36 years and has studied at Albany SUTC
and Columbia. MR. FOLSTER fmechanical drawing and
electrical coursesl, is advisor of the Radio and Tech Clubs.
He was graduated from Oswego and has taught for 9 years.
MR. FRANK fEnglishl, has been with us for 3 years after
attending Notre Dame, Fordham, and Columbia. MR. FRAT-
TALI fSophomore and Business Englishl, during his first
year here, has become our Varsity Debate Coach. He attended
Seton Hall University. MISS FROELING fspeech therapistj,
another new member of the faculty, attended Geneseo SUTC
and is our Freshman Debate Coach. MRS. GARDNER fart
and homemakingj, is a graduate of Syracuse and is in her
second year at A.H.S. MRS. GILDAY fsalesmanship, utility
typing and office practice is Arlingtonian advisor and has
taught here for 5 years. She attended N.Y.U. MR. GRAHAM
fmathematicsl, has been at Arlington for 5 years. and studied
at Hartwick and Albany SUTC.
MRS. HAWLEY fartl, attended Alvight College and Buffalo
SUTC. She has been at A.H.S. for 5 years. MISS HOUS-
MAN fbiology and general sciencej, has taught at A.H.S.
since 1946 and has served as our Junior Red Cross advisor.
She is an alumna of Albany SUTC. MR. I-IUSTED fgeneral
musicl, a graduate of Potsdam SUTC, has been band
dirutor and individual instructor for 3 years. MR. JORDAN
fphysical educationl, who is our Varsity Football, Basketball,
and Baseball Coach, graduated from Springfield and has
been at Arlington for the last Z2 years. MR. KEARNEY
Uunior High mathematicsl, attended New Paltz SUTC,
N.Y.U., and the University of Miami. He has been teach-
ing here for 5 years. MISS KEOHANE fgeneral science and
chemistryl, has taught at A.H.S. since 1926 after graduating
from St. Lawrence and Columbia.
MR. KING fphysical educationl, coaches J.V. Basketball,
Crew, Line Coach of Varsity Football, and is advisor of the
Varsity Club. A graduate of Arnold College and N.Y.U.,
he has been teaching here for 9 years. MRS. KIRBY fFrench
and Englishl, has taught at A.H.S. for 4 years. She has
attended SUTC Columbia, N.Y.U., and La Sorbonne-in
France. MR. KORNBLUTH forchestral, a graduate of the
University of Lemberg in Poland, has been at A.H.S. for 9
years. MR. KNOPS Qgeneral sciencel, has been a member of
the faculty for 11 years. He attended Panzer College and
N.Y.U. MR. LAFALCE fjunior and Senior High chorus
director and Junior High music teacherl, attended Potsdam
SUTC and has taught at A.H.S. for 5 years.
MR. LACEY fhygiene and sciencel, was educated at Ithaca
College, University of Miami, and Temple University. He
has been at A.H,S, for 10 years. MR. LACKS fagriculture,
general science, and FFA advisorj has taught at A.H.S. for
10 years. He is a graduate of Emmanuel College. MRS.
LIPSHUTZ fcitizenship educationl, has been at A.H.S. for
the past 4 years. She received her education at Temple Uni-
versity. MR. LOMBARDI fcitizenship education, Junior Class
advisor, and Student Congress directorj, attended Albany
DUTC and is in his second year at A.H.S. MRS. MANNING
fbusinessl, has been at A.H.S. for 32 years. She received
her education at Columbia and the University of New Hamp-
shire. MRS. MOORE Qeighth grade English and advisor of
the Junior High newspaperl, attended New Paltz SUTC and
has taught at A.H.S. for 11 years, MRS. MORRIS Uunior
High librarianl, has been at Arlington for 2 years. MR.
MURPHY fTrack and assistant football coachj, was edu-
cated at Brockport SUTC and N.Y.U. He has been on the
faculty for 3 years. MRS. MURTAUGH feighth gradel, an
alumna of New Paltz SUTC, has been with us for 16 years.
MRS. NOYES fEnglish, World Literature, English Litera-
ure, Dramatic Club and handbook advisorl, was educated
at the University of Maine and has taught here for 9 years.
MRS. O,CONNELL Uunior High and Senior High home-
malcingj, is a graduate of Oneonta SUTC and is in her
second year at Arlington. MRS. PERLMUTTER fEnglishD,
is teaching her-first year at Arlington. She has studied at
Vassar and New Paltz. MRS. PETTY flinglishl, attended
Miami University, Oxford in Ohio, and Columbia. She has
been at Arlington for 9 years. MISS PHELAN feighth
grade citizenship education and Yorker Club advisorj has
fphysical educationl, who graduated from Ithaca College, has
taught at Arlington for six years and advises the Varsity and
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders and Leaders Club. MR. ROD-
RIGUEZ fEnglish 91, who is in his first year at A.H.S.,
attended Fordham University, MRS. SACKOWICH lSpecial
Teacher La Grangel, is new this year and attended Oneonta
SUTC and Columbia. MRS. SCHIAVONE fworld his-
toryj, on our faculty for fourteen years, attended Albany
SUTC, Syracuse, and University of Wisconsin, MR. SMITH
fphysicsl, a graduate of R.P.I., is teaching at A.H.S. for
his second year and is advisor of the Science Club. NIR.
SORRENTINO Uunior High Englishl, a graduate of New
PALTZ SUTC and Columbia University, has taught at
A.H.S. for 9 years and is che advisor for the junicr High
Anchor Squad. MR. STAHLBERGER fAmerican historyl,
on our faculty for 10 years, attended Bates College and Syra-
cuse University. MR. STEARNS fbusinessj, a graduate of
Syracuse Univegsity, has been here for Z2 years, MRS.
STEVENS feighth grade mathematicsl, is a graduate of
Columbia University. MR. STEWART fmetal shop, Photog-
raphy Club, and G.O. advisorl, is a graduate of Oswego
SUTC and has been here for Z0 years. MISS STILWELL
fbusiness and Senior Class advisorl, attended Albany SUTC
and has been at Arlington for 3 years. MR. TRIPP fgeneral
science and drivingl, has been a member of the fafulty for
14 years. He is a graduate of New Paltz SUTC and N.Y.U.
MISS VANASCO fLatin, Spanish, and Yearbook advisorj,
has been a member of the faculty for six years. She was
graduated from Albany SUTC, Columbia University, and
Middlebury. MISS WALSH fDebate coach, and Language
Arts Coordinatorl, holds degrees from Mount St, Vincent,
Fordham, and Columbia.
Mr Nelson asks the teacher: to put tfzemxelvex in the place of the students
as they voice their opinions on the comfort of the furniture for the new .fcfvool
studied at New Paltz SUTC and N.Y.U. MRS. RANUCCI
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Miss Blair, Mrs. Maier, Mrs. Ward
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Mrs. Hargreave, Mrs. Diamanti, Mrs. Knickerbocker.
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Have you ever been hungry second period
and smelled the tantalizing odors drifting
from the homemaking room? The mem-
bers of Mrs. OJConnellis food prepara-
tion class are whipping up some delicious
dishes. The girls learn meal planning,
food preparation, and table setting. Dur-
ing March the class participates in the
'kitchen planning contest. planning and
ibuilding kitchens out of materials sup-
plied by the Central Hudson Gas and
Electric Company. Here the girls are
seating the soup they prepared earlier in
"No assignment for tomorrorvg itis a
holidaylv This announcement from Mr,
Stearns to a class in Business Law was
dampened only by the marks on the test
Pipers just returned. Business Law is a
required course for a special business-
regents diploma. The course includes the
study of the laws and principles used in
various types of business.
Parlez-vous, any one? If you can't, join
Mrs. Kirby and her French I class. Here
lVIrs. Kirby is instructing Howie Regan,
Dottie Addor, and Chris Throop in pre-
sent and passe compose tenses of reg-
ular verbs. In first year classes an in-
troduction to French civilization and' gram-
mar is covered. Oral drill and reading
practice help to make for language pro-
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uses a morticing attachment on a drill
press. This equipment, one of the many
features of the shop, is used primarily for
drilling square holes. Larry, as many of
the other shop students, is hard at Work
on his project Which, when completed, will
be a mahogany foot stool.
Included in the varied studies of plants
and animals, biology students examine
slides to see body structures and functions.
Here R. Crawford and friend examine
slides to finish their laboratory manuals,
projects of great importance to the stu-
dents. Besides examing slides under micro-
scopes, biology students learn about the
human body, various diseases, the animal
and plant kingdoms, and the principles of
evolution and heredity.
One of the many projects of metal shop
is aluminium casting. Sand molds are made
and molten aluminium is poured into
them. Then the molds are put into an
oven and heated to a temperature of 1450
degrees, After cooling, the molds are re-
moved and the aluminium objects are buff-
ed. One of the final steps includes filing,
as F. Porter is doing to his project,
The agricultural courses give students in-
ftmffion Of C2 Useful and practical nature
By mearzs of field trips, home projects, and
work experience the program prepgfgy the
fflldfflff for farming occupations, Here
MT- Ldfkf explains the elements of di,-.
tiriguishing and grading different types of
apples to one of the agricultural classes
which appears to be listening attentively.
The tasks of the study hall teacher are
quite varied, to say the least. They in-
clude such chores as taking attendance,
keeping silence, ana' seeing that some work
is done. ln some instances though, the
teacher lends a helping hand to those who
request aid. In this case, Mr. Graham ex-
plains a troublesome math problem to 1.
Luzzi and S. Wright during a cafeteria
Representing stained Sld-'Y Windows by
using cellophane is childls play for OW
budding young artists V. Frerii, f. Gas-
Parro and N. V-f1"Yf7- They Seem fo be
Woykjng diligently orz their projects. En-
couraging our future DaVincis is Mrs.
Hawley A complete program of arts and
crafts and ll7f 0'gd'1iZa"i0n of our bulletin
board! kai, our ambitious art students
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Among the courses of the Industrial Arts
Department is a class in General Elec-
tricity. Fundamentals of circuits, currents,
and motors are taught While experiments
are used to demonstrate. D. Dean writes
a report here, While T. Hanahurg, T.
Daly, F. Lotz, and A. Crum examine
radio circuits, vital elements in radios. In
the background, ready for use, is the
amateur radio station which the class huilt,
"New Einsteins in the Making". These
are the students taking Physics, one of the
courses offered in the field of science.
The course deals with mechanics, heat,
electricity, sound, and energies. This work
requires mathematical ingenuity, displayed
hy T. Briggs, B. Tyson, B. Borchers, S.
Baright, j. Ufigand, and A. Credle in an
experiment with the organization of forces.
The Physics lab gives the necessary aid in
achieving a successful experiment.
, Mr. Borleonfslzi teaches the principles of
graphing a straight line to an Elementary
Algebra class. By using examples, he is
showing that the general linear equation
is YZIWX -I- B. In Elementary Algehra
students also learn to Work with the basic
principles of algebraic addition, suhtrac-
tion, multiplication, and division. This
subject provides an introduction to trigo-
metric functions, factor theorems and
L. Freer and R. Wheatley conduct an
experiment on Weights and pulleys in front
of Mr, Knopp's General Science class.
This is one of the thirty experiments writ-
ten and submitted hy the freshmen at the
end of the year in this required course.
Demonstrations put on by the students
help both those observing and those per-
forming the experiments to understand the
principles more fully.
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Girls in Mrs. Ranucciys 8th grade gym
flass prepare to do their calisthenics. This
is a regular part of the gym program, and
in spite of the many groans, it keeps the
girls fit. These girls are Warming up for
a game of hasleethall later in the period.
ln addition to ralisthenifs and intramural
sports, the girls are tested on regulations
of the games.
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N. Keelor, I. Brusie, G. Oates, and J.
Kedzielarva explore a timeline in Mrs.
Schiavone's World History class, as G.
Renzo and D, Bell locate Africa on the
glohe for the rest of the students. Daily
news reports and location studies are a
vital part of the class routine in 203, and
they help stimulate the students! interest
in the affairs of the day.
A map of Africa exhibiting the 'various
products of the Dark Continent is the
special project of Nancy Kelty for Mrs.
l.ipschut1's Citizenship Education class.
Freshmen are required to take this course
in Whifh they study world geography and
basic economic problems. Current events
are applied to the class Work of the day
and many extra projects enable students
to demonstrate their potentials.
"Turn rightl Bark up straightl Cramp
the Wheel morelu llflr. Tripp urges patient-
ly and frequently, Driver-training inrludes
the operation and maintenanre of auto-
mobiles. Safety and levelheadedness are
emphasized. K. Robison is ready to leave
the sfhool lot, While N. Faircloth. B. Post,
and E. Alulis await their turn. Mr. Tripp
insures the safety of all by means of the
car's dual eontrol.
Regularly sfheduled library periods are
part of the English courses of A.H.S.
Under the dirertion of Miss Clow and
their teafher, Mr. Duggan, a tenth-year
English class learns the 'various types of
library tools and their uses. ln addition,
students learn to appreeiate varied selec-
tions of prose and poetry, drill on correft
grammar usage, and write many torn-
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V. Krug, with the use of Miss Flint's ever-
present pointer, shows how to solve a proh-
lem in Solid Geometry. The theorem to
he proved: The sum of the face angles of
any polyhedral angle is less than the four
right angles. In this half-year course,
spatial relations. solid figures and volumes
are studied hy advanced math students.
Language classes were introduced to the
use of electronic equipment during the past
year and profited greatly hy their exper-
ience Students of Miss Vanascrfs Second
Year Spanish class gather around the tape
recorder in an informal huddle made neces-
sary lry the short wires of the earphones.
With great concentration they listen and
strive to reproduce accurately the flow of
L. Crane, T. Royster. T. Grant, P. Fanelli
and I. Tretheway study a trapezius muscle
under the direction of Mr. Lacey. This
muscle is located in the upper hack and is
connected to the shoulder and collar hone.
Learning ahout the parts of the human
body, their functions, and diseases, makes
up the course in Hygiene. This required
course closely remernhles Biology with the
exception that it is limited in scope.
Citizenship education in the Eighth grade
is an intensive review of the history and
geography of our country, and Miss Phe-
lan's thorough drill makes "quiz kidsi' of
her students. ln addition to learning text-
book facts, these boys and girls take pride
in their individual projects, booklets on
the fifty states and on the famous men of
Like all choral sections, the basses of the
funior High Chorus receive regular group
instruction from their director. Mr. La-
Falce places special emphasis on clear enun-
ciation and full round tones, and so these
boys repeat a phrase over and over to
achieve the desired effect. The value of
such emphasis is clearly evident in the ex-
cellent concerts of the group.
In her Eighth grade English classes Mrs.
Moore prepares students for the double-
session Regents exam in fune. Points of
emphasis in the course include grammar,
punctuation, prose Writing, reading for
comprehension and pleasure, penmanship,
and spelling. Here R. Hoe and B. Wberne
ick practice writing outlines on the black-
board as classmates carefully observe the
correct methods to he used.
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Last summer was especially eventful for Don Marchese, our A.F.S.
student. One summer day eight hundred excited and happy students
left New York Harbor for their destinations in Europe and the Middle
East. They spent eight memorable days aboard the liner where they had
language lessons, and forums, plus dances and swims. Finally they arrived
at Rotterdam, Holland, where they enjoyed a day of sightseeing and
tasting new delicacies. After travelling through Holland, Germany, and
Switzerland, Don arrived in Italy, his destination and the home of his
first family. The two boys, seventeen and twelve, and their parents
taught him Italian and slcin diving, and showed him the historic areas.
Leaving this family who lived on the Adriatic Sea, he crossed the beautiful
Apennine Mountains to his second family's home on the Mediterranean.
After a month of water skiing, travelling, playing tennis, and meeting
people, he left for Rome to join forty-six other students for a ten day
tour of Italy. After finishing his very educational and enjoyable tour,
Don returned to the U.S.
During his stay with the Orsinis on the Italian
Riviera, Don enjoyed swimming and sunning with
his new sister, Carla, and her cousin, Mdfgdfffd-
Cordiaiity and graciousness characlerized the Paolucci '
family which welcomed Donny to their summer home
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First Row: H. Marcelo, L. Fabian, S. Tinkelman, K. Duffy,
L. Decker, R, Vergona, S. Horan, S. Phelan, P. Bida, D.
Alulis, M. Tator, D. Vtooman, V. Freni, Blasi. Secona' ROW:
S. Fitchett, K. Guilfoil, P. Fanelli, R. Ross, P, Smith, D.
Strickland, R. Lafko, Rumble, B. Tyson, B. Marchese, B.
Cummings, Horvath, M. McComb, S. Roe. Third Row: A.
Don Marchese and Bruce Tyson see green from the contribu-
tions of the four high school classes to the A.F.S. campaign.
Clark, D. Lama, B. Nyman, M. Romanello, R. McConnell,
E. Myers, C. Gunn, C. Seaman, J. Hadden, D. Swartz, H.
Glick, N. Kelty, V. Fitzpatrick, J. Stewart. Fourth Row: H.
Reagan, D. Parish, T. Andrew, Kedzielawa, E. Heresniak,
D. Kimlin, A. Credle, R. Townsend, C. Cooper, F. Magurno,
W. Brown, V. Marchese, R. Randall.
The word udemocraticn characterizes the most im-
portant organization of our school, the G.O., which
under the guidance of Mr. Stewart and its officers works
to better our school standards.
Included in their many activities are the sending
of an Exchange Student to Europe, the forming of a
Varsity Club, the addition of a school store and glass
bulletin board, and theisupporting of a War Orphan.
New projects are the sponsorship of more and better
assemblies, establishment of better inter-school relations,
and the adoption of a traditional school ring. Social ac-
tivities include supporting a Twirp Dance, a Stock
Holders Dance, and the Junior Class Ring Dance.
Each homeroom is represented by two students at
every meeting. Our C1.O. is truly the governing body
of Arlington High.
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and only then. can you have peacef' Arlingtorfs Fare Share
further.: World frierzdship.
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The A.F.S. dollar :igu measure: our goal of 81500. S. Phelan
here paint: in the first day's total of the .mccesfful campaign.
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Firft Row: M. Laffin fTreasurerH, H.
Marcelo lsecretaryy, M. Tator lVice
Presidentl, D. Marchese lPresidentJ.
First Row: C. Dorsch, C.4 Cook, D. Corrado, K, Cowles, K.
Duffy, B. Gartrell, N. Kelty, V. Fitzpatrick, L. Hanka, B.
Coutant, B. Carroll, Bollr, Cowles, L. Fabian, D. Bernard.
Secona' ROW: Bryant, C. Budd, S. Haight, S. Baright, L.
Grochau, S. Frazier, Y. Croffe, H. Eastwood, Aaron, M.
Hampe, A. Hampe, P. Bida, S. D'Luhosch, M, DiGregorio,
S. Bernard, V. Freni. Third Row: L. Crane, A. Clark, B.
Unurual situations arise in many of the Dramatic Club pre-
sentation: and "A Private Affair" is no exception. A. Credle
seek: K. Pearsonfv assistance in solving his psychologital
J 'K' xiffwan.
Borches, B. Brown, M. Diamond, K. Grouchau, F. Grossman,
B. Bodner, J. Harrison, F. Acampora, B. Allen, B. Brownell,
D. Bedford, P. Bower, M. Cicman, C. Gunn. Fourth Row: J.
Freer, A. Brinson, K. Greiner, F. Healing, S. Flanigan, N.
Christ, F. Borches, A. Credle, E. Heresniak, B. Brown, B.
Borcher, K. Freiburg, C. Futyma, B. Crabtree, K. Guilfoil, C.
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"And one man in his time plays many partsi' . . .
This is especially true of Dramatic Club members
who all act, whether this action takes place on the stage,
in the prop room, or in the dressing rooms, transform-
ing sixteen year old actors into sixty year old men
with a few strokes of skillfully applied pencil. This year
has been a rewarding one for both the troupers and the
audiences. Productions have included several one-act
plays and the popular comedy, The Solid Gola' Cadillac.
As a reward for a job well done, the members shifted
roles and became the audience as they viewed the color-
ful opera Carmen, and the Broadway production, The
Rumble, C. Sudol, S. Roe, L. Uster. Fourth Row: M. Talaher
Firxt Row: Tretheway, B. Tolcay, B. Robinson, R. Tinlcel
man, V. Tinlcelman. Second Row: D. Vrooman, R. Wirhowski,
P. Williams, H. Tedsdale, D. Speclcenlnach, R. Vergona, C.
Wright, C. Swartz, M. Wilcox, P. Raymond, D. Skrotzki,
L. Sears, D. Sharp, Smith, Third ROW: R. Yerlcs, Ulrich
A. Shopmeyer, L. Robinson, D. Silber, R. Wright, B. Wardell
D. Tower, D. Vilills, D. Swartz, R. Ross, D. Spencer, P.
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First Row: D. Palmatier, Hitsman, S. Horan, L. Lipman, J
Murray, D. Macwilliams, T. Marcus, L. Ouimet, E. Pound,
L. Kasday, S. Kosma, P. Kane, S, Kress. SECOIIUI Row: T,
Kniffen, D. MacFarlen, M. Pearson, G. Pittala, S. Phelan,
S. Root, K. Joyner, K. Pearson, M. Malcoslci, Heresniak, A
Matson, D. Hoe, K. Phuetze, P. Richardson, M. McComb, J
Phillips. Third Row: K. Koss, S. Horan, A. Maiore, K. King
D. Spinski, K. Skarlcell, C. Zullcowslci, Stump, Zimmer
J. Rosenlnlatt, H. Zimmer, J, Wtulich, K, Vanderburgh, L
Shultz, C. Ross, P. Stowe, Shuler, S. Smith, A. Fredericlcs
Fifth Row: C. Waligora, Scribner, E. Young, S. Wright, P
Warniclc, H. Reagan, T. Wood, K. Wachenfeld, C. Thompson
R. Townsend, B. Tyson, R. Willsey, K. Webster, R. Rawls, L
Starr, K. Weber.
J. Mahar, Mack, G. Oats, M. Karwasinski, B. Loeffel,
Martin, Hicks, Nicholls, C. Pichard, E. Jackson, B.
Lemlce, G, Nazzaro. Faurllv Row: C. Rathlcopf, R. Laflco, D.
Parish, E. Kneplca, B, Knapp, S. Kennard, F. I-Iornick, R.
Marshall, D. Pryor, D. Kimlin, D. Michaelis, B. Parry, L.
Meyer, L, Bolts, F. Lawatsch, B. Lipman.
First Row: B. Brown fVice Presidenti, P. Magennis fSecre- Borchers, D. Michaelis, K. Wachenfeld, C. Rathlcoph C
taryj, D. Vrooman, V. Tinlcelman, S. Baright, D. Speclcen' Waligora, Aaron.
bach fTf93SUfEfl. Second Row: F. Acampora fPresicIentJ, B.
Q'Act well your partg there all the honor liesn is
well known by all Thespians as it is their motto. This
society, which is the honor association of the Dramatic
Club, is devoted to the advancement of Dramatic Arts.
Knowing that hard work earns a reward, students work
"Is Ibis a mess, or wbat?,' The prop room is in its usual
state of confusion as Dmmalir Club members L. Slarr, P.
Slonfe, D. Speckenbarb, S. Root. and K, Groucbau probe the
hard to earn the ten Thespians credits required for
membership. These credits may he earned by work in
the annual three act play or in the many one act plays
performed during the year.
"He knew there was a rebearsal todaylv D. Speckenbacb and
C. Waligora cbeck tbe all-important rbart blocking in tbe
lines of individual actors in various scenes of "Cadillac",
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"Excellent, Miss L'Arriereg all right with you boys?" T. john
Blessingfon KK. lfVaclrenfeldJ and Alfred Metcalfe KN. Varneyj
scrutinize llfliss L'Arriere lK. Pearsonj, A
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"Work, Work, and more work." D, Russell
puts the finishing touches on one of the
numerous publicity angles for "Cadillac",
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"And I Want Ilvuse other dummies in here, loo."
Mrs. Parzridge IB. Tokayj figlrts back aided by Miss
Sfrolgraven fS. Horanj.
"We were at the Holel Barkley in Philadelphia,"
Mrs. Partridge explains to interested newsmen.
First Row: B. Tokay, DL Roher, C. Cook, L. Fabian, L. Lipa
ban. Serond ROW: S. Tinkleman, V. Fitzpatrick, M. Christ, F.
Niessen, Smith, R. Lawatsch, F. Lawatsch, P..Sharp, S.
Kress, A. Swarte, A. Hampe, Bollt, S. Horan. Third Row:
C. Zulkowski, C. Ross, L. Crane, D. Hoe, B. Wardell,
Cacchio, S. Kennard, K. Pearson, A. Clark, K. Sharkey, J.
Aaron, S. Phelan, S. Horan, S. D'Luhosch, J. Bryant, D.
Parrish. Fourth Row: J. Curran, E. Varney, L. Sillan, C.
Rathkopf, N. Christ, R. Ross, H. Young, R. Townsend, C.
Coelen, T. Wood, E. Thompson, M. Diamond, J. Taylor, P.
Kennedy, D. Wallace, R. Bodner.
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"Honorable judge, worthy opponents, ladies and
gentlemen. In my speech I shall endeavor to prove that
the recommendations of Dr. Conant for secondary
education in America should be adopted."
So spoke the debaters at Hamilton College in the
fall of the year. They repeated the words a week later
at Cortland and each time achieved major victories. In
November, the Freshmen got their first taste of the
wonderful world of words at Newburgh where they
gained first place for the third successive year.
Debators prove themselves excellent legislators at the
four Student Congresses held during the school year.
There they strive to pass bills which they deem necessary
for the well being of the world, nation, or state, as well
as to gain recognition by winning the coveted bronze
fune Aaron explain: fact-finzling lecfmiquef to sophomore:
Carolyn Ros: and Eric Thompson.
First Row: D. Hoe QCoi-responding Secretaryj, C. Ross, C. Wallace, F. Lawatsch, J. Aaron, S. Phelan. Third Row: D.
Zulkowslci, Bolt fRecording Secretaryl, L. Fabian, K. King, Parrish fTreasurerl, E,'Varney, C. Rathlcoph, N, Christ, R.
J. Bryant, S. Horan, S. D'Luhosch. Second Row: D. Mensler, Ross, R. Townsend, C. Coelen fVice-Presidentl, T. Wood, E.
B. Boclner, B. Cass, Kamper, Curren fpresidentl, D, Thompson, Nl. Diamond.
N.F.L. member: N. Christ, and C. Coelen take time out from
lunch to discuss the Rochester Tournament with Mis: Walsh.
"This is to certify that ? ?, having
qualified through praiseworthy participation in high
speech activities has been elected a member of the chap-
ter at Arlington High School and is entitled to the
privileges pertaining to membership in this organization."
A certificate thus inscribed is the dearest possession
of every N.F.L. member. These people have been the
most active members of the Debate Club, and have
accumulated the required number of points for election
to this honor society.
The most important event to N.F.L. members is
the annual State Tournament on the campus of Syra-
cuse University. Here members engage in contests in
humorous interpretation, dramatic presentation, oratory,
original oratory, extemperaneous speaking, and debate.
Through this tournament the best spealcers in the state
are chosen to continue in national competition,
Inspzratzon may come any
where anytime P Stowe
Bollt ana' S Flarmigan
fumor Anchor members
see a quiet spot as they
Wrzte Anchor captions
First Row: V. Tinlcelman QCO-Editorl, G. Nazzaro fTyping
Editorj, D. Vrooman, H. Weiss, D. Addor, J, Aaron, S.
Baright fCaptions Editorj. Second Row: E. Varney, Scrib-
ner, B. Brownell, C. Corbin, M. Karwasinslci, F. Acampora
fSubscriptions Editorl, C. Waligora fCo-Editorj, B. Brown
fPhotography Editorj, B. Borchers, J. Kamper. Third Row:
J. I-Iorniclc, A. Acker, C. Stampf, R. Schuler fBusiness Man-
agerl, L. Meyers fPhotography Editorl, A. Creclle fphotog-
raphy Editorl, S. Wackenfeld, A. Lamberts, J. Engle, B. Tyson.
fzamlaeiczadtempeatcamea liege .
Vera Tinkelman, Co-editor of the ANCHORS, helps
compose the dedication for our yearbook at one of our
many Saturday work sessions.
The goal-to put out a yearbook. Sometimes this
seemed unattainable. They started with the plans, in-
cluding the theme. Often they made little progressg
ideas were few and far between. The dummy seemed
huge but the largest problem was money and where to
get it. Patrons and more patrons were needed. The
money dribbled in and there was always the fear that it
would stop coming. Then came the brainstormingg
copy and pictures needed, more copy and more pictures.
All this work had to be finished to meet the deadlines
which always seemed to arrive too soon. Finally the year-
book was distributed to the students. Exclamations of
delight were heard as the students received and looked
through the new unusual 1960 yearbook.
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Front Row D M6CWll1l3mS I Bollt K Grochau B Bodner
S, Flanigan, L. Starr, P. Stowe, P. Raymond, S. Bernard. Sec-
ond Row: E. Barrett, Ramage, R. Luilc, C. Coelen, R.
C Walzgora D Spechenback V Tmkel
man F Acampora MISS Vanasco B Tyson
and B Townxend dzne luxurzously at Wal
a'0r Aftorza during the yearbook con erence
Townsend, R. Ross, J. Curran.
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p, Sfgwgl R, Tgpfnfena' and R. Ros: work in background. Iunivrf seem I0 agree.
First Row: D. Baitinger, E. Jackson, J. Hicks, Y. Cioffi, B. Bower, D. Hoe, J. Bryant, V. Fitzpatrick, C. Kozma. Third
Borthwick, T. Ironsides, K. King, K, Koss, L. Kasday, S. Fiore, Row: W. Beam, T. Kniffen, C. Corbin, Geneve fCo-Editorj,
J. Kilmer. Second Row: D. Lama, K. Duffy, K. Cowles, G. M. I-Iornick, J. Horniclc, J. Kamper, B. Borchers, S. Flanigan,
Belyea, D. Bedford, R. Borchers Aaron fCo-Editorl, P. M. Karwasinslci fNews,Editorl.
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Budding journalists I. Aaron, M. Karwasinski, and B. Borcbers
check the final deadline copy of the ARLINGTONIAN.
Hand out assignments, write editorials, proofread,
set dummy, will it never end? This year it was decided
that it was impossible for one person to do. The result
. . . co-editors. This system worked out successfully
and a bigger and better Arlingtonian was produced.
The Press Club launched a campaign for a new school
symbol. In the spring, the annual literary contest was
held with gratifying results. Throughout the year the
pulse of Arlington was recorded for prosperity. To the
students came the important developments on the college
problem, the results of sports events, and the opinions of
their classmates. The gossip editors, their identity a close-
ly guarded secret, lcnew all and spolce all. 1960 was a
banner year for the Press Club.
Firsl Row: J. Nagy, N. Senlc, S. Nygren, D. Speclcenbach, D.
Tower, G. Nazzaro, D. Vrooman, S. Tinlcleman, Sleight.
Second Row: S. Phelan, P. Magennis, J. Maher, 1, Ringwalcl,
G. Pittala, G. Wright, Volniclc, P. Fanelli, Shuler, P.
mdmtdchg can atop an
"Do you think we should censor this article?"
Editor I. Aaron seems to he asking Mrs. Gilday.
Stone, J. Phillips. Third Row: B. Van Nostrand, K. Vancler-
burg, P. Richardson, D. Wills,sH. Weiss, W. Meyers, K.
Wackenfeld, E. Vamey, S. Smith, S. Root, C. Zulkowski, J.
The senzors willingly PHY ' of - 'A
their dimes to learn the VVV ,, , ' . V 1 A .
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S. Fiore, M. Erett, and I. Kilmer run off and collate copies of the
ARLINGTONIAN with professional efficiency.
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better rerults if it were g
First Row: R. Lipman, S. Varney, C. Seaman, C. Ross,
Maloney, F. Lawatsch. Second Row: W. Meyers, J. Hornick,
C. Rathlcopf, K. Freiberg, D. Parrish, D. Michaelis, E.
Another recent addition to Arlington,s long list of student clubs and activities is the
recently founded Science Club. This organization is to promote scientific interest in those
intending to pursue a career in science or mathematics.
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The conqueror of confusion, the Anchor Squad, plays an indispensable part in our
school by preserving order in the halls, in assemblies, and in fire drills.
First ROW: Daubman, P. Kane, M. Daubrnan, D. Hoe, L.
Crance, B. Allen, J. Mack, B. Coutanr, B. Reed, L. Swensen
J. Murray. Second ROW: D. Parrish, D. Dean, W. Sipos, C.
Rathkopf, A. Madson, S. Delamater, C. Futyma, J. Delorey,
G. Gronlce, J. Martin, R. Streck, P. Decker. Third Row: W
Reed, K. Freiberg, E. Kneplca, U. Maass, R. Vaeth, L. Kolts
D. Palmiter, R. Crabtree, D. Michaelis, J. Scribner, C. Cor
bin, Heresniak, C. Seaman.
Mr. Swartz plan: tactics for
Anchor Squad with officers
I. Heresniak and I. Mack.
Mrs. Burnside of tlre Community
College speaks on tlve newly in-
augurated nursing course to be of-
fered at D.C.C.C. as Mrs. Alsdorf
and the Future Nurses listen at-
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First Row: L. Caplan, D. Vrooman, K. Koss, E. jackson, S.
Barillaro, B. De Michele, S. Frazier, B. Battista, M. Lennon,
R. Vergona, Lattin, H. Marcello. Second Row: C. Moore,
M. Nichols, K. Guilfoil, V. Purcley, B. Brownell, Heresnialc,
K. Webster, M. Fuller, B. Chambers, P. Meehan, K. King,
D. Mensler, C. Smith.
Hospital tours, panel discussions, movies, all are a part of the thorough preparation
given members of the Future Nurses' Club at their meetings which are supervised by
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A new organization, The Future Teachers Club, uncler the direction of Mr. Boclner,
strives to prepare students for a teaching career by films, trips, and various speakers.
The Future Teachers discuss with
Mr. Bodner the helpful techniques
they learned on rt recent 'visit to
the Raymond Avenue School, where
they observed classes in progress.
First Row: J. Bollt, D. Vrooman fVice Presiclentl, Pine
lSecretary and Treasurerj, V. Tinkelman fpresiclentl, H.
Marcello. Second Row: B. Lemlce, Aaron, B. Bodner, D.
First Row: B. Gray, M. Christ, J. Bollt, J. Mack, J. Heresnialc,
P. Bida, M. Hampe, P. Werniclc, R. O,Donnell, D. Orcutt,
R. Smith, Lyman, F. Magurno. Second Row: Talldur, B.
Hewlett, D. Strouble, 1. Beatty, B. Stupfer, K. Weber, D.
Way, G. Ahlers. Third Row: R. Battista, M. Bacon, J. De-
lorey, S. Roe, P. Camillaccio, L. Crane, M. Fuller, L. Kellogg,
1. Buckley, F. Buck, R.Hanlon, M. Walcely, E. Heresnialc M.
Bentley. Fourth Row: B. Loeffel, F. White, J. Davis, E. LaBell,
L. Robinson, C. Prichard, D. Hoe, S. Smith, R. Lawatsch, F.
Horniclc, R. Borchers, R. Bates, S. Miner. Fifth Row: D.
Mallcowski, C. Schroeder, R. Wright, B. Vitalis, F. Misner
L. Schultz, D. Swartz, R. Tinlcelman, B. Dederer, D. Greene
A. Baldinger, M. Manna, R. Traver, N. Schaefer. Sixth Row:
M. Pitts, V. Spiers, B. Watson, B. Courant, I. Johannssen
M. Lennon, H. Teasdale, G. Lyons, L. Crawford, L. Kolts
W. Sammis, B. Gillespie. Seventh Row: M. Kistney, R. Pitcher
R. Mercey, S. Fisher, G. Oates, B. Evans, C. Budd, M. Cis
man, C. Williams, P. Munn, A. Branson, D. Kimlin, B
Kapp, C. Miner. Eighth Row: L. Holmstrom, P. Hammond
M. Pierson, S. Root, D. Davis, K. Greene,
Zaclcee enhance Metz ' 4.
"From Bach to Bop" would very nicely symbolize
the repetoire of this year's Mixed Chorus. With the
varied selections chosen by their capable and extremely
skillful director, Mr. La Falce, the 115 voices prepared
a Christmas concert and a Spring Music Festival which
was musically stupendous. This lively group, together
with the 200 voices of the Junior High Choir, bubbled
over with enthusiasm and spirit for making music.
Several ensembles, formed by subdivisions of the
choruses, in order to add variety to the choral presenta-
tion, proved very successful. The enthusiasm, the exciting
choice of music, and the variations in presenting the
program, combined to produce one of the most suc-
cessful years of choral accomplishments in the history
of Arlington High School.
The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. LaFalce,proudly
presents its Christmas concert.
Front Row: S. Kerrnan, K. Constanable, P. Fanelli, B. Seaman, T. Butland, L. Robinson, R. Banker, S. Roe. Tbira' Row: R
T. Phelan, K. Heresniak, R. Simon, M. Emery, Mr. Korn- Traver, Cacchio, F. Buck, P. Wernick, D. Kimlin, D
bluth. Second' ROW: B. Dederer, L. Kovacs, A. Starr, S. Weiss, Ahlers, H. Weiss, L. Starr, Delory.
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The Orchestra has one of its many practice sessions before
Playing music for the enjoyment of many people
is the favorite occupation of the Arlington High School
Orchestra. The orchestra, composed mainly of strings,
was organized nine years ago. Under the expert leader-
ship of Mr. Emmanuel Kornbluth, these enthusiastic
musicians learn to play classical and modern composi-
tions. Practicing weekly the group prepared for the
annual Christmas and Spring Concerts, in which they
performed beautifully. The orchestra enters into ac-
tivities that enrich their musical interest. The group par-
ticipated in the area, county, and state sectionals. In
order to learn chamber music, a violin and string quartet
was formed. Such activities offered these young musi-
cians an opportunity to acquire new techniques. The
orchestra, constantly enlarging, is an organization of
which Arlington can be proud.
First ROW: D. Swartz, S. Cook, M, Credle, B. Werniclc, D. Corbin, L. Kovacs, G. Ahlers, S. Weiss, B. Robinson, M.
Sitorner, K. Webster, J. Burgess. Second Raw: J. Delamater, Embree.
R. Wells, D. Wheatly, R. Marshall, B. Stufer. Third Row: T.
With mellophane ana' trumpets, G. Harrison, B.
Dederer, and C. Verro tune up for band practice.
With daily practice ana' hard Work, H.
Sackett hopes to play the flute succesf-
The chords of "We Want a Touchdown" and
'tNight Train", played by the band, helped stir the
high spirit of Al-l.S. this year. The hand attended all
but one football game with a brand new selection of
songs, marches and formations. The band, under the
leadership of Mr. Husted, also participated in the
Spring Concert Program. With a blend of novelty tunes,
classical selections, and marches, the band was well
received by the parents and students. For the first
time in many years, the band has begun to march in
community parades. Ir has marched in the Hudson-
Champlain Parade and in the Memorial Day Parade.
The band is a worthy and a proud representative of
Arlington High School.
First Row: A. Harrison, C. Verro, L. Soper, B. Dederer, A, Wfaclcenfelcl, G. Price, T. Lama, D. Eighmie, D. Delamater
Starr. Secona' Row: J. Cinclerson, P. Macwilliams, R. Vincent, M. Dillinger.
M. Williams, T. Phelan. Third Row: S. Such, I-I. Weiss, K.
Tzvirler: practice on the walk where tivere
E I is plenty of room for action.
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Frequent Saturday morning practice ses-
sions are conducted by Mr. Husted.
Kneeling: Gemling, Standing: B. Bortliwiclc, D.
Eberhard, C. Smith, P. Rumble, B. Lemlce.
Although the membership of the Tech Club perhaps
constitutes the smallest of any school group, they have
always proved ready to assist in the many productions
given through the years at Arlington High School.
In those years, the technically minded students of this
organization have cooperated in the production of the
annual plays, lectures, movies, assemblies and concerts
in our school, and have provided the touch of romance
at our proms with their wire Wizardry. Under fine lead-
ership, the club has been trained in the use of the most
modern visual, public address, recording and lighting
equipment. Thoroughly skilled in their techniques, the
club not only aids the school, but the members are
learning information which will be valuable to them-
selves, personally, later in life.
First Row: D. Orcutt, E. Varney, K. Smith, W. White, D.
Silber. Second Row: R. Mackey, R. Vaeth, I-I. Clark, Zelez-
Jem cdadcafakdfe emdcdowa Zwea.
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First Row: H. Clark, W. White, K. Smith, D. Silber, D.
Orcutt. Second Row: R. Logan, A. Olheiser, Zeleznick, A.
Aclcer, C. Stampf.
The activities of the Arlington High School Radio
Club range from the learning of radio theory to the
construction of radio equipment. The club members'
main objective is to obtain Amateur Radio Operator's
Licences. To help the boys toward their goal the club
conducts classes in radio theory and Morse code, two
essentials to the radio amateur. Added to this the boys
have opportunities to build and repair the various types
of equipment that they will someday use to operate
their own stations.
Keeping Arlington in tune with the world provides
interesting experiences for the club members, as they
are able to find new friends the world over.
This organization operates under the competent di-
rection of Mr. Kenneth Folster of the Liberal Arts
Department, who operates a radio station of his own.
The extensive collection of prints belonging to the
Arlington High School Photograph Club covers a wide
range of subjects, from informal snapshots of classes
and activities, to portraits of teachers and administrators.
This variety attests to the skill and dramatic instinct
of the club members. The work seems an endless and
often exasperating chore, but the photographers usually
udevelopl' satisfactory results. The long hours spent in
developing, enlarging, and printing, are known only
to the members of the group, the public sees only the
finished product. Small in size, but large in responsi-
bility, the organization has the job of making our year-
book a more vital reminder of our school life.
First Row: L. Meyer, B. Brown, F. Lawatsch, A. Credle. Sec'-
ond Row: A. Lamberts, H. Weiss, B. Tyson, K. Wachenfeld.
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The National Emblem of the Future Farmers of
America is a composite of five symbols representing the
function of the organization in training young men for
agricultural leadership. The owl symbolizes knowledge
and wisdom, the plow-labor in the soil, the rising sun-
prcgress and the new days when all farmers are trained
and have learned to cooperate, the cross section of the
ear of corn, native to our country and raised in every
state-agricultural interests common to all, and the eagle
-the national scope of membership.
First Row: Mr. Lacks fadvisorj, G. Wells,
M. VanAmburgh, R. Vamey, W. Cope
land, N. Schaefer, Kenney, T. Green
Second Rmv: T. Van Voorhis, R. Recoid
R. Hilliker, J. Mercay, F. Davies, P.
Hunt, D. Davis, H. Elmendorf.
First Row: D. Bernard, Blasi, D. Skrotzki, S. Nygren, R.
Yerks, P. Keebler, C. Dorsh. Second Row: I. Maher, S. Phelan
R. Munderbach, M. Berzins, B. VanNorstrancl, G. Kniffen, M
McComb, J. Spinner. Third Row: B. Bar'ht, S, Flanigan, C.
Stampf, T. Royster, R. DuBois, K. Kinclleburg, J. Briggs, F.
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Books, books, books! Do you know that our library
contains 5000 books? The Library Club under the di-
rection of Miss Clow, collects, stamps, and shelves
books, a job often taken for granted by those who
frequently visit the library. Filing, mending books,
and performing the duties necessary to insure an effi-
cient library are all a part of the staff member's job.
I-lomeroom representatives, who help collect books, are
also a part of the library's system. Because of the
staff's capable service, the student body benefits when-
ever it uses the facilities of the library.
Jane Wixon takes time out from her typing to check on a
book for Davin' Parrish. lane has become a valuable aia' in the
library hy helping to clear away the large amount of clerical
work which accumulates.
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Arlington Athletic Association
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Under the capable supervision of the Arlington
Athletic Association, the school's complete athletic year
follows a smooth course. They are responsible for the
purchasing and maintenance of all sports equipment, the
smooth running of local competitions at Riverview Field
and the Arlington gymnasium, and the paving of ath-
Each year in the fall its officers are elected by the
entire student body. These officers assist Coach Jordan,
Mrs. Ranucci, and Miss Cooke in the selling and han-
dling of A.A.A. ticlcets. The sale of these tickets to
interested sports fans in the Arlington School District
finances the year's program.
The A.A.A. has carried out its functions ancl made
sports a valuable asset to the school's program this
year as in the preceding years.
After signing hundreds o A A A tzckets Don Marcbere su
fer: Writer's tramp
First Row: D. Doty, Manager, W. Cummings, C. Cooper, R. Weiss, Bradley, V. Marchese, Rumble, G. Cacchio, Man-
Abbate, J. Bruleigh, W. Brown, L. Ciancio, B. Ireland, D. ager, Coach jordan. Third Row: Coach King, L. Meyer,
Marchese, J. I-Iorvath, W. Hegeman. Second Row: W. Murphy, Luzzi, L. Bierman, M. Laffin, F. Abbott, I. Vasta, F. Wilhelm,
Coach, A. Thomas, Manager, M. Russell, R. Mackey, D. T. Andrew, D. MacClay, R. Luik, S. Godfrey, A. Balodis, R.
Holloran, W. Lasko, R. Quinn, W. Smith, R. Marchese, H. DeFrance, J. Doss, W. Davison, L. Wizeman, Manager.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
Liberty 19 0
Saugerties 32 6
Beacon 0 19
Roosevelt 39 6
Highland 0 20
Cardinal Farley 7 6
Wappingers 13 6
B. Ireland executes effective :tiff-arm
aguinxt R.H.S. foe.
Hard work, team spirit, and excellent support boost-
ed the A.H.S. gridders to the best record since 1954,
5 wins and 2 losses. The season opened with a solid
victory over Liberty and was highlighted by decisive
victories over Roosevelt, Saugerties and C.F.M.A. The
losses to strong Highland and Beacon squads were hard-
fought contests. The season closed with a glorious tri-
umph over our arch-rival, Wappingers. As a result
of their outstanding records, captains Don Marchese
and Barry Ireland won nominations to the All-County
D. Marcfrese carrie: for another TD as
L. Bierman and B. Hegeman block.
Crosxing line for touchdown, R. Luile
scores another point for Arlington.
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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
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First Row: P. Wilde, R. Spencer, T.
Swurzalc, M. Diamond, Lynam, L.
Ackerman, Luzzi, R. Smith. Second
Row: F. Mozdziez, N. Sinacori, C.
Throop, A. Speclcenbach, N. Baitinger,
J. Kedzelawa, Mr. Borlcowslci fcoachj.
Third Row: L. Ciancio, M. Vanamburg,
J. Stout, R. Roth, R. Butler, R. Ander-
son, Harris, W. Copeland.
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Q-7! Q-7! With a crisp signal the J.V. quarter-back
sencls his squad into a well executed play. These boys
are learning the fundamentals of football necessary for
rugged competition. The J.V. plays a complete schecl-
ule of their own against other area teams. This experi-
ence will enable them to be valuable assets to future
varsity squads. These boys have the enthusiasm and
ability to give Arlington successful football teams in
the years to come.
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Saugerties 13 7
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Roosevelt I3 14
Newburgh 6 7
Wappingers 13 21
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Highland 13 19
First ROW: F. Magurno, A. Cole, T. Eagan, D. Rohrer, Luik, S. Dyer, M. Goth, G. Hanley, S. Taffe. Third ROW:
Degatano, M. Bentley, Raycraft. Secana' Row: W. Van- Brannen, Vermilyea, B. Bower, Buckley, R. Marshall, E.
Buskirlc, D. Strickland. S. Paul, P. Sharp, B. Stupfer, M. I-Ieresnialc, R. Sanford, Coach Byrne.
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leaders prepare student: at pep assemble
for the important Beacon game,
Cowles, M. Yamen. Second Row: M.
Tater, S. Bauman, S. MacAndrews, L.
Fleishman, D. Speckenbach, L. Decker.
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"Fight, team, fight!" This is the familiar cry of
our cheerleaders as they cheer Arlington's team to
another victory. Led by Kathy Cowles and Ginny Cook,
the girls personify the best in Al-LS. Having already
spent time on the Junior Varsity Squad, the girls are
primed and ready for the task of leading Arlington
fans in the cheers familiar to all of us. Good sportsman-
ship and athletic ability contribute greatly to nh enatural
ability of the cheerleaders of Al-I.S. '
Fin! Row: K. Wadsten, D. Menssler, S.
Phelan, Stewart. Second ROW: L. Duffy,
M, Martin, P. Laslco, V. Kondas, P.
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Firxt Row: D. Doty lManagerj, L. Fauci, B. Ireland, R.
Randall, M. Savino, V. Wirhouski, D. Gasparro fCo-captainl.
Second Row: L. Wizeman llVlanagerl, T. Renzo, L. Weis-
berg, R. Luilc, A. Credle fCo-captainl, F. Wilhelm, E.
Brusgul, A. Crum, K. Samlnels, Coach Jordan.
Dover Plains 50 26
Pine Plains 51 55
Saugerties 67 68
Newburgh 66 57
Wapphigers 53 50
Roosevelt 74 72
Newburgh 55 44
Dover Plains 49 45
Cardinal Farley 81 51
Beacon 86 60
Highland 71 35
Saugerties 65 64
Wappingers 61 53
Roosevelt 60 51
Pine Plains 52 57
Cardinal Farley 65 67
Highland 76 25
Beacon 70 59
Saugerties 72 49
Pleasantville 59 84
AWS, aaa eiaaw may lemma! eaaafaaaaaafu.
Again our star, M. Savino,
score: the vital 2 pointy.
After dropping two of the first three games, Arling-
ton went on to win eleven straight, to tie with Sauger-
ties for first place. ln the playoff, the Maroons, with
a new defense, stopped the Sawyers 72-49. The season
ended with a 15-5 record, the fifth defeat inflicted by a
powerful Pleasantville team in the section playoffs.
Mighty Mickey Savino was named "outstanding player
of 1960". Also cited were Weisherg and Crum.
If: a free ride for Coach Jordan as
jubilant fans carry him on their shoulders
following our victory in the championship
playoff game against Saugerties.
Get that rebound, Alex! A. Creclle jumps
to grab the ball While "Mighty M'ickey"
anal B. McRitchie stamz' ready to talee off
down the court.
Dover Plains 42 10
Our Lady of Lourdes 48 Z0
Saugeties 57 46
Newburgh 49 57
Wappingers 54 50
Roosevelt 58 48
Newburgh 36 34
Dover Plains 61 38
Cardinal Farley 74 40
Beacon 40 56
Highland 65 37
Saugerties 71 53
Wappingers 59 40
Roosevelt 54 42
Pine Plains 58 42
Cardinal Farley 49 36
Highland 83 39
Beacon 38 42 Firxt Row: G. Relyea, B. Lasko, C. Cooper fCaptain1,
J. Howath, J. Quinn. Second Row: W. Van Ben-
scoten, J. Ramage, T. Wood, B. Pacquet, C. Mc-
lcenna, B. Van Benscoren, F. King fCoach1. Saying jump, fo More
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Before each Varsity game Ar1ington's spirit was
aroused by a fighting IV. squad. Under the leadership
of Mr. King and Captain Barry Paquet, the team com-
pleted a fine season with a 15-3 record, finishing second
in league play. They bowed only to a very strong Bea-
con team in league competition. Each one of the mem-
bers of this powerful team promises to be a great asset
to future varsity teams.
Arlinglon is on top again as Alex Crea'le
goes for llve ball from center to :fart off PGQG 59
Here are the boys of our Freshman Basketball Team.
destined to become the junior varsity and varsity stars
of Arlington. Coached by Mr. Fogden, the boys learn
the rules of the game as well as the values of teamwork
and sportsmanship. Their diligent efforts and unfailing
spirit combined to give them a season of 7 victories
against 7 defeats, certainly a commendable record for a
group of boys on their first attempt at team play.
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First ROW: J. I-laden, N. Freisitzer, W. Ramage, A. Cole, S. Dyer, B. O'Connoll,
T. Egan. Second Row: D. Strickland, H. Elemendorf, W. Van Buskirlc, H. Young,
E. Heresniclc, M. Luilc, S. Taffe, Buekley.
The 1960 Anchors Staff wishes to express their appreciation to the Poughkeepsie New
Yorker for permission to use some of their sports pictures.
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IF: "tee-time for Tyson" ar A. Credle ana'
Hornick prepare to :Wing at the golf hall.
Every day the members of the golf team journey to
Baired park to practice and perfect their game. Under
the direction of Mr. May, the players become skilled in
the game and enter competitions to demonstrate their
dexterity. Golf requires patience and determination
which our A.H.S. team possesses.
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First Row: C. Seamen,, A. Starr, R. Alley, D. Houston, S
Kress, L. Hart. Second Row: B. Tyson, J. Mackie, J. Homick
R. Lamb, P. Smith, J. Raycraft. Third Row: A. Acker, C
Stampf, S. Ossenkop, R: Bodner, S. Byer, R. Hanlon.
Je emu wma an mated mama,
The Hudxon is the familiar site of practice
and 'victory to crew member H. Weirs.
First Row: M. Diamond, J. Morrison, T.
Swierezelc, G. Garrett, J. Kaiser, Mr
King. Second Row: D. Roher, A. Thomas
J, Smith, P. Vaeth, P. Harrand, L. Aclc
erman, D. Briggs. Third Row: R. Ran
dall, N. Sinacori, T. Lane, J. Doss, R
Marchese, W. Lane, Harris, S. McCoy.
Fourth Row: L. Hawley, S. Taffe, R
Crabtree, K. Convery, P. Faircloth, L
Ciancio, W. VanBuskirlc.
Saturday mornings find our hardy crew practicing
diligently on the Hudson. From nh emachines in March
to the river in April, the oarsmen worlc arduously to
perfect their feathering and pull. The reward for their
lahors is the thrill of the race and victory.i
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First Row: N. Varney, R. Ramage, T. Butland, R. Bates, M.
Walcely. Second Row: A. Lamberts, R. Vaeth, G. Ramage,
R. Brown, D. White, C. McKenna, K. Davis.
When fall arrives, a band of hooded boys may be
seen, running, even on the coldest days, in the vicinity
of Arlington High School. These boys, whose dream is
to surpass the magic figure of 15 minutes around the
course known familiarly as "Big Burma", comprise our
schoolls cross country team. Though eclipsed at times
as a fall sport by football, the members of the team do
their utmost in order to excel in their regular meets,
and at the culmination of the season, in the Westchester
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First Row: D. White, F. Lawateh, R. Betes, G. Wade, J. De-
Gaetano, D. Parrish, R. Ramage, E. Vamey, Second Row: M.
Gemmel, S. Moysey, D. Spenser, R. Zeil, R. Tator, W. Cum-
mings, C. Rathkopf, R. Sanford. Third Row: R. Vaeth, J.
Luzzy, V. Marchese, A. Lamberts, R. Shuler, J. Burleigh, B.
Ireland. Fourth Row: Myers, C. McKenna, R. Luik,
Ramage, R. Rauf, G. Ahlers, W. Brown, M. Luik.
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March comes, and with it a renewed flutter of activ-
ity as tracksuits and running flats are taken out of
mothballs, and the discus and shotput requisitioned. The
outburst of energy signals the start of another season of
traclc, one of the most popular sports in the school. The
participant may enter the broad jump, high jump, pole
vault, discus or shotput events, according to his physical
capabilities. The season ends with the intersectional
where our boys compete on a state-wide basis.
First Row: Rumble, M. SaVino, G.
VanVoorhis, Coach Jordan, E. Duplessis,
J. Slocum, A. Crum. Second Row: D.
Haight, N. Baitinger, B. Green, B. Hol-
lingsworth, W. MacRitchie, F. Abbot, L.
Weisberg, R. Stearns, D. Marchese, D.
Railing, M. Moyer, W. Bruce.
The bat swings and the ball soars as another season
opens for A4rlington's Varsity Baseball team. Their
early practices improve their technique and find a re-
ward on the baseball diamond as they compete for the
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First Raw: M. Meyers, G. Anderson, G
Ireland, B. Blake, F. Reilly, W. Davison
Second Row: A. Starr, M. Laffin, W
VanBenschoten, G. Livingston, B. Paquet,
L. Stanszak, W. VanBenschoten, L. Stou-
tenburgh, J. Horvath, Coach Byrne.
New talent and sports enthusiam are found to be
typical for this year's Junior Varsity team. They worlc
hard to prove their ability as individuals and as a team.
Win or lose, their spirit never lags.
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First Row: E. Varney, Haight, B. Marchese, W. Cummings, Bierman, Ramage, R. Luilc, R. Wilhelm, A. Creclle, L
W. Brown, D. Marci-iese, R. Lafko, B. Tyson, H. Weiss, D. Weisberg, B. Ireland, F. Abbott, J. Rumble.
Holleran, R. Ablsate. Second Row: R. Quinn, J. Doss, L.
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First Row: S. Baright, K. Wadsten, J. Zimmer, M. Yamen, J. A. Wild, L. Fleishman, D. Vrooman, N. Zimmer, B. Brown,
Freer, B. Chambers, B. Brownell. Secona' ROW: E. Alulis, H. Wager.
M. Yamen tries unsuccessfully to prevent
B. Brownell from scoring While K. Waal-
sten prepares to grab the rebound.
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V. Gardner, C. Corbin, anal B. Brownell demonstrate a scene
which is not unusual in tbe girls' locker room.
Another basket is in the making as the Leaders' Club girls
engage in an intramural game.
On Tuesday and Friday afternoons, in the chilly fall
and blustery spring, two hundred girls can be found
out on the field. 'lplay your positioni' and 'tStay on the
hasel' are the shouts often echoed by the soccer and
Sixteen pairs of eyes follow the path of tbe "misguided missile
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As winter approaches, the girls' sports are moved
into the gym. Here interested girls may participate in
many varied sports, including volleyball, basketball,
archery, and ping pong. The games are supervised by
members of the Leaders' Club under the direction of
Mrs. Ranucci and the girls' efforts are rewarded by
Amateur Robin Hood: B. Chamber: and S.
Baright practice in the gym.
Fall find: the girls playing lively games of .foccer
at the end of which the bruise: outnumber the
S. Baright and B. Brownell practice a little friend-
ly fighting amid cries of "Watch the shinxlv we
B. Brownell and I. Freer en-
An active game of volleyball has just gotten under way in
one of the many after-school xersions.
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First Row: K. Dorn, H. Gonia, M. Connelly, J. Frieberg, D. N. Alberg, D. Cruise, B. Bollr, N. McDonald. Third Row: R.
Belding, J. Abery, R. Aldrich, B. Carl, J. DeGaetano, S. Bennett, G. Woodin, D. Baker, D. Baumgarte, L. Dprn, W.
Chumas, G. Blair, E. Ferris. Second ROW: S. Cook, D. Dingee, Borssonneault, A. Anderson, D. Acldor, P. Flanigan, H. Davis,
M. Brown, F. Gerth, A. Androrsch, V. Catanzaro, J. Avezzano T. Cowley, R. Davis.
'Me ,alle 4
First Row: D. Chrisrmam, D. Crans, G. Bush, P. Bucey, K. T. Davis, H. Bierce. Third Row: L. Battista, K. Day, G
Cronlc, A. Christmas, G. Cady, R. Baker, R. Deane, D.. An- Burger, P. Blackwell, K. Corbin, M. Cronk, W. Cooper, C
derson. Second' Row: A. Crum, C. Brannen, C. Adney, M. Branin, P. Cross, J. Calabi, C. Buck.
Arriclc, S. Cumming, D. Denny, E. DiStefano, R. Dobson,
Firxt Row: G. Hess, R. Gasparro, M. Gillespie, H. Donaher,
G. Gorh, P. Gleason, Doxsey,
G. Hegeman, W. Fanelli. Second
K. Gregory, G. Gasparro,
Row: P. Fogg, E. Hinsch,
T. Hegeman, M. Howe, D. Fells, S. Guernsey, Egan, E.
Freisitzer, C. Ireland, R, Gover, G. Embree. Third Row: W
Hornlneclc, C. Gleason, D. Dorrneyer, A. Jackson, W. Dobson
D. Gustafson, M. Gargaro, T. Fiore, F. Hunt, L. Howell, C
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First Row: D, Lalce, R. Paulsen, S. Johnson, D. Magurno, R.
Parker, Marshall, R. Kipp, K. Lind, S. Knapp, N. Kuchler,
N. Keebler, McDonald. Second Row: W. O'Hearn, N. O-
'Connell, L. McCoy, L. Mizeralc, McAllister, J. Marshall,
B. Lovelace, T. Lasher, D. McConaghy, R. Morris, H. Krohn,
B. Mann. Third Row: L. Miller, L. Kozma, J. Miller, L
O'Donnell, V. Keller, G. Knapp, R. Myers, T. Luzzi, O. Lat-
tin, C. Kniffin, C. Pectle, S. Olcl.
First Row: S. Kerman, B. lVIacGreevy, J. Pennes, C. Palmatier, Hogan, D. Kyzer, J. McNulty, G, Gulland, R. Green. Third
S. Kuehn, B. Kanwit, L. Marics, M, Leeds, R. Lee, Hennessy, Row: J. Lacks, L. Kleinberg, R. Lund, R. Hashrouk, T. Phe-
K. Patterson, J. Paul. Secona' Row: E. Ireland, G. Lewis, J. lan, D. Harrell, P. Kipp, K. Kraus, K. Meisenberg, P. Keebler,
Lewis, J. Hunter, K. I-leresniak, J. Cooper, W. Knox, M. L. McDonough, E. Kilmer.
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First Row: A. Rozelle, S, Sinacori, R. Plambeclc, M. Silver- Rutherford, M. Reinfelds, D. Quinn, A. Smetana, P. Roberts,
nale, L. Sagendorph, P. Post, R. Plamlaeclc, K. Reynolds, F. J. Peirson, W. Sheldon. Third Row: P. Schaclcelton, D. Per-
Plenzig, N. Smith, S. Richards, A. Schoenberger. Second Row: lcins, V. Smith, N. Pierson, D. Schultz, F. Rifenburgh, A.
J. Quinn, W. Silvernaie, M. Pudney, S. Sawyer, M. Shay, G. Rudolph, G. Pendleton, D. Place, R. Plass, W. Reiner.
First Row: J. Wilson, S. White, K. Teal, M. White, N. Stup- Williamson, R. Startup, R. White, D. Voerman, D. Winans
fer, C. Welz, R. Young, W. Wheeler, B. Spencer, V. Traber, C. Third Row: N. Tuttle, R. Schwalle, D. Van Wagner, T
Stewart, G. Tagawa. Second Row: M, Wilson, C. Ziel, J. Su- Weaver, Strickland, S. Yager, D. Stiehler, J. Scules, J
cato, M. Van Voorhis, S. Willsey, S. Urban, L. Vail, D. Thompson, E. Stutz, C. Vermilyea.
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First Row: H. Stransky, G. Woodin, J. Pitcher, E. Volke, M. Roark, S, Robbins, F. Williams, G. Terwilliger, J. Souza,
Firyt Row: Y. Bonahue, C1. Anderson, Botkin, L. Baker, V. K. Briggs, B. Barton, K. Brower, G. Aclney, L. Barrenger, B
buechele, L. Brady, Bowers, G, Brady, C. Agriogianis. Ser- Boughtcm, W. Brichof, A. Barca. Fourlh Row: C. Angevine
ond Row: B, Baker, I. Bacon, R. Beciclows, T. Boonhower, W. D. Bilichiansky, B. Angevine, Anderson, Abbott, XV
Barrett, D. Baright, P. Berard-i, B. Bright. Third Row: S. Budd, Aiberg, C. Boberg, R. Banker, R. Buison.
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First Row: S. Cangiaiosi, M, Case, K. Crum, E. Cavert, G. Cooper, W, Curtis, B, Conner, L. Cary, L. Butler, B. Cary.
Cole, Davis, K. Constable, S. Bushnell. Second Row: Coie, Fourth Row: S. Coiian, R. Burger, V. Chambers, P. Cosano,
K. Daly, H. Christmas, S. Chorney, S. Croft, T. Caiiiera, D. Burgher, Daniels, C, Christian, R. Conway,
Crabtree, M. Credie. Third Row: C. Cutbill, S. Cioffi,
First Row: P, Fitzpatrick, P. Farley, W. Fox, D. Eighmie, M, P. Fisher, Delamater, T. Detjen, C. Drum, R. Dupilka, R
Dolce, D. Eckert, L. Dupilka, M. DiUglio, Dean. Secona' Davis, J.Ferolito, C. Doty. Fourth Row: Ferolito, M. Galgoul
Row: Dickinson, S. Feigenheimer, R. Eramo, M. Embree, W. R. Dow, H. Elmendorf, R. Dupilka, M. Embree, Egan, K.
Finnan, F. Fanelli, D. Dcty, D. Fassett. Third Row: M. Filoreto, Doell, S. Frallm.
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First Row: W. Gleckel, S. Kane, D. Hart, C. Gardner, E. A. Halbrook, R. Hasbrouck, D. Hasbrouck, B. Jackson,
Haugh, R. Harrell, E. Glick, D. Gray, R. Gardner. Second Hendricks, L. Carvey, M. Herron, S. Johnston, F. Jackson.
Row: P. Gregory, D, Hazzard, P. Greco, M. Heady, K. Inness, Fourth ROW: D. Heermans, R. Hubbard, R. Hoe, M. Hughes,
PJ Hubbard, H. Haran, D. Hipkins, C. Jetto. Third Row: N. Hanaburgla, F. Jolly, E. Gardner.
First ROW: L. Melhado, C. Merritt, M. Klein, P. Keebler, N. Tlvzrd Row D Nlorawalcx P Mxller R Maxer E Lynch L
Laflco, McDonald, W. McKay, T. Lama, A. Lynch. Second McCarthy N Kmqkbockef K MacLay J Munn Fourth
Row: P. Lumlzn, D. Lawton, S. MacGreevy, K. Lucas, N. Mad- Row R Lee A Kendall R Klem Mercay Levmson
son, M. Luongo, G. Mallcemus, P. McKeown, R. Leonard. M McCancll1sh E Modlenke
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Firrt Row: B. Randall, Ranucci, M. Pultz, L. Rathjen, W
Robson, R. Paulsen, A. Nagel. Second Row: G. Proulx, W
Pultz, N. Rathlcopf, P. Porwitzlcy, B. Randall, D. Patterson
J. Palumbo, M. Rizzo. Third Row: S. Nygren, O'Leary, J
First Row: R. Smith, E. Speiclel, E. Smythe, N. Seaman, W.
Stembler, S. Such, P. Tompkins, V. Southern, G. Tomlins.
Second ROW: M. Rundle, E. Swierczelc, N. Swartz, C. Sherow,
S. Sinon, E., Sleight, S. Sipos, L. Sutherland, P. Sandison.
Third Row: B. Taylor, E. Slezalc, M. Tower, P. Tartter, D.
Tancredi, D. Trovato, A. Scaccia, B. Schaller. Fourth Row: E.
Schrader, L. Sagendorph, D. Sticlcles, S. Shepard, S. Stroup,
R. Setterlund, T, Thornton, D. Runclle.
First Row: L. Voerman, N. Tyler, M. Yergey, D. Williamson,
A. Vitalis, M. Wallace, M. Williams, R, Wisseman, R. Vina
cent. Second Row: C. Trethewcy, B. White, E. Undello, J.
hisple, D. Wilhelm, L. Wixson, Wheatley, B. Werniclc.
Third Row: G, Windheim, R. Wright, R. VanWagenen, D
Vaia, S, Utter, C. Weller, B. VanLeuven. Fourth Row: N
Vitalis, P. Webster, A. Zielenslci, R. Zwissler, R. Wells, R
First Row: C. Dorsh, A. Gleason, S. Freer, J. Gleason, V. D. Greene, R. Frahm, N, Freiscitzer, R. Eng, H. Eastwood, D.
Freni, L. Duffy, D. Fusaro, Davis, Second ROW: V. Fitz- Delamater, B. Gartell. Fourth Row: K. Greiner, Dalton, S.
patrick, P. Davids, M. Dillinger, S. Dorfman, B. Dederer, T. Dyer, N. Davis, A. Fredericks, B. Crabtree, S. Davis, M.
Eagan, Fleming, R. DeFrance. Third Row: DeGaetano, Gotl'1, S. Fisher, W. Galbraith.
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First ROW: R. Adney, Barrenger, R. Alley, D. Bernard, G. R. Bodner, M. Cicman, C. Budd, S. Cavalieri, S. Buckner
Collins, Blasi, A. Baitinger, B. Bucciarelli. Second ROW: R. Fourth Row: A. Clark, M. Bentley, Buckley, D. Bush, B
Borchers, R. Bates, B. Beck, A. Baldingcr, Y. Cioffi, L. Brown, Bower, J. Briggs, B, Baright, M. Bacon, Fifth Row: D. Balcer
M. Christ, P. Bicla. Third ROW: D. Briggs, R. Clark, O. Addor, G. Colwell, B. Cooke.
First Row: S. Hemmer, D, Hotaling, C, Knickerbocher, S. Kennard, P. Hilliker, R. Hilliker, G. Hawley, L. Kreth, J
Horan, H. Ireland, W. Hitsman, Hit-sman, D. Houston. Kanwit, Horvort, C. Detjen. Fourth Row: R. Hanlon, B
Second Row: M. Hohmann, S. Jacobs, V. Kondas, J. I-Iaclden, Kapp. Kimlin, K. Jones, P. Knapp, E, I-Ieresniak.
R. Hines, L. Hanka, S. Dress, A. Hampe. Third Row: S.
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First Row: C. Miner, F. Niessen, M. I-Iampe, M. Martin, B. L. Munderbach, M. Pitts. Fourth Row: J. McAllister, R.
LaFarge, G. Lyons, C. Nye, L. Lipman. Second Row: K. Joy- Guarino, R. O'Donnell, G. Parry, B. McCourt, B., O,Connel1,
ner, P. McKenna, B. Loeffel, K. O'Neill, T. Marcus, K. E. Markowski, J. Maloney. Fifth Row: M. Northrop, F. Ma-
Pendergast, L. Grochau, K. Light. Third Row: R. Liller, gumo. Sixth Row: T. McCullough, S. Paul, M. Luik, R.
Marshall, Mackie, P. Macwilliams, C. Pearson, S. Lawton, Marshall,
Firft Row: G. Romanello, Smith, Spalding, C. Rozelle, Siebrecht, S. Roe, E. Rifenburgh, P. Prolcupelc, M. Pierson
D. Rohrer, M. Quick, L. Phelps, D. Skrotzki. Second Row: K. Sharkey, N. Sears. Fourth Row: A. Shopmyer, J. Raycroft
P. Smith, L. Soper, N. Secor, P. Sharp, -I. Poluzzi, G. Robin- C. Smith, W. Stiefel, M. Scheede, C. Shapleu, T. Rugar, B
son, V. Post, A. Schwarte. Third Row: F. Stevenslcy, A. Schaller. Fifth ROW: L. Sillin, R. Ramage, R. Sanford.
First Row: B. Vitalis, H. Teasdale, R. Tinkelman, M. Taylor,
J. Stoll, E. Weil, B. Tokay, A. Thomas. Second Row: M
Walther, P. Wise, P. Weber, T. Whalen, L. Taylor, D.
Strouhle, F. White, K. VanNorstrand. Third ROW: P. Van
denBeemt, E. Wright, T. Welsh, A. Swensen, R. Umscheid,
G. Wade, V. Charles, H. Sackerr. Fourth Row: B. Stupfer
J. Wakely, P. Wernick, J. Vermilyea, B. Wardell, D. Swartz
R. Weigner, D. Thimsen. Fifth Row: S. Taffe, B. VanBus
kirk, H. Young, L. Wizeman, D. Strickland, A. Wohrman
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Carl Cooper .....
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First Row: P. Beck, B, Carroll, P. Anderson, S. Burgess, L.
Ackerman, D. Brower, D. Alulis, B. Burgess. Second Row
A. Acampora, S. Bauman, J. Beatty, P. Bower, D. Bedford,
P. Camillaccio, M. Berzins, J. Bryant. Third Row: Brusie,
J. Cacchio, G. Cacchio, P. Berardi, J. Briehof, R. Burley, F.
1 Borchers, R. Anderson. Fourth Row: A. Balodis, R. Ander-
son, P. Brown, D. Bradley, E. Briggs, W. Baldwin, R. Butler.
First Row: Cowles, C. Cook, L. Decker, Daubman, C. Crawford, R. Collins, B. Daniels. Tlvira' Row: D. Erit, M
Cerrato, G. Ervien, K. Christopher, M. DiGregorio. Second Davies, R. Ferris, P. Faircloth, S. Cossano, R, Ferolito.
Row: S. D,LUhOSh, T. Cutbill, P. Fanelli, D. Eberhard, R.
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First ROW: Gilmer, P. Keebler, B. Hewlett, G. Gronke, E.
Labell, B. Evans, P. Kane, C. Kozma, L. Fabian. Second Row:
M. Kistner, C. Jackson, S. Horan, M. I-Ieacly, S. Haight, C.
Futyma, R. Kipp, D. Hoe, K. Freeberg. Tr'7z'rd Row: J. Goth
R. Gillespie, B. Hart, E. Knepka, W. Crans, M. Diamond, H
Clark, D. Kuchler, Kecizielawa. Fourth Row: Howath
K. Kindleburg, B. Lafko, L. Kolts, C. Cooper, E. Davis, J
Kenney, B. Lane, Bruleigh.
First Row: B. Loomis, A. Maiore, J. Murray, J. Martin, F. Morris, M. Nocline, B. Northern, B. Luks, F. Misner, S
Lawtsch, P. Morris, L. Ouimet, P. Munn. Second ROW: J. Miner, M. Manna. Fourth Row: R. Lipman, C. Odell, Ly-
Gomling, S. Nye, S. O'Brien, Maher, -I. Morrison, C. nam, U. Maass, R. Logue, R. Lerner, Luzzi, G. Neilson
Marone, N. McNulty, G. Oates. Third Raw: E. Meyers, L. D. Michaelis.
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Firyf Row: B, Parry, E. Pound, C. Pudney, C. Ross, W. Sam- L. Robinson, K. Pfuetze, B. Penclergast, B. Reed, P. Rumble.
mis, C. Prichard, S. Phelan, B. Robinson. Second Row: D. Fourth ROW! D- OYCUYU, L- Rifihmofldi .l- Palmafeef, T- PHC'
Russell, G. Garrett, C. Rarhlcopf, D. Parrish, D. Pryor, J. Cifme, R- Rauf, R- Rawls, .l- Paquefr Roberts, A- Rosenbefgef-
Ringwald, S. Root. Third Row: F. Ross, G. Renzo, Ristau,
First Roiav: C. Seaman, T, Swierzelc, Talleur, V. Speirs, D. B. Stoll, M. Talaber, Stewart, R. Sanclison. Thira' Row: R.
Spinski, C. Gunn, C. Sudol, A. Starr, S. Smith. Second Row: Smith, D, Silber, R. Sprague, D. Spencer, S. Sucato, K.
K. Sambells, B. Smith, C. Swartz, K. Schoenberger, L. Schultz, Smith, N. Shaefer, L. Stoutenburgh, R. Smith.
First Row: M. Wilcox, Wright, J. Ulrich, Volniclc, P. Weiss, E. Thompson, C. Throop, T. Wood, J. Zimmer, P
Wild, G. Wells, R. Willsey, E. Young, Second Row: A. Vaeth. Fourth Row: M, VanAmburgh, W. VanBenschoten
Vamey, M. Yamen, B. VanNorstrand, J. Vasta, C. Wright, P. Wizeman, W. VanBenschoten, K. Weber, D. Tower.
S. Wright, G. Upright, R. Wright. Third Row: R. Ziel, S.
First ROW: Barrenger, Bollt, S. Bernard, Courchaine, R. G. Aliotta, Burgess, B. Allen, Belcling, I. Bush. Fourth
Cacchio, Barach, D. Corrado, T. Butlancl. Second Row: Row: W, Brown, E. Barrett, K. Ccnvery, R. Andrew, F. Ab-
B. Batrisra, E. Consiglio, B. Booth, D. Chase, G. Belyea, B. hott, G, Ahlers, C, Coelen, E. Brusgul.
Bodner, C. Blank, E. Alulis, Third ROW: N. Christ, L. Cianco,
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President ..... -B --.... Richard Stearns
Vice-President ,-, ,v,. Arthur Crum
Secretary .-,....., .... Krissie Wadsten
Treasurer , ,v,. Nancy Zimmer
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First Row: M. Gatti, B. De Michele, M. Daubman, B. Gray,
B. Courant, L. Emmet, V. Gardiner, F. Du Bois. Second Row:
A. De Paolo, S. Delamater, Crawford, S. Finn, L. Crane,
C. Dyer, H. Glick, N. Eng. Third Row: P. Decker, S. Dakin,
J. Harrison, K, Guilfoil, Freer, F. Grossman, K. Gro:l1au.
Fourth Row: N. Faircloth, Delorey, C. Fitchett, De Forest,
J. Curran, S. Flanigan, B. Davison. Fifth Row: A. Crum, T.
Hanaburgh, R. De France, A. Haugen, Daly, G. Crum, R.
Crabtree, M. Gemmel.
First Row: P. Kraayenbrinlc, S. McCoy, L. Kasclay, P. Hen-
nessy, D. Macwilliams, S. King, P. Malkowski, H. Marcelo,
C, Hart. Second Row: D. McFarlin, D. Mensler, K. King, S.
lVlacAnclrews, D. Keclzielawa, B. Jurutlca, L. Homan. Third
Raw: A. Maclson, T. Kniffin, F. Healing, R. Mackey, V.
Marchese, W. McRircl1ie, G. Kanwir. Fourth Row: J. Kyzer
F. Horniclc, T. Lane, D. Hollingsworth, R. Lalce, P. Kennedy
R. Lamb. Fifth Row: W. Laslco, G. Livingston, R. Luik, C
iz' "" 224.
Firxt ROW: D. Schneider, Rozelle, B. Pitcher, Parliman, Rosenblatt, L. Mercay Third Row Schnelcler F Mears M
P. Raymond, J. Pine, C. Schroeder, V. Purdy. Second Row: Russell, F. Mozdziez R Moro R Ross Fourth Row B
R. Moysey, A. Rinaldi, B. Post, B. Nyman, Nl. Nicolis, -I, Paquet, H. Regan, J. Ramage V Pinto R Roe H Place
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First Row: J. Trethewey, P. Stowe, J. Stump, J. Spinner, R. Wagner, K. Webster, J VanclenBeemt K Wadsten N Zum
Wirhouslci, P. Williams, R. Yerks, S. Smith. Second Row: mer, K. Waclsten, W Smith Taylor Fourth Row L
B. Sipos, D. Wallace, L. Starr, D. Vanderburgh, C. Zullcow- Weisbergh, R. Townsend Watts R Stearns R Stxehler
ski, L. Uster, R. Traver, A. Umscheid. Third Row: L. Van- P. Sward.
The model of our ring, featured at the tradition-
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setting Ring Dance, is being built by Mr. Bakerls
classes, here representea' by E. Young ana' L.
The line forms on the right as fifth perioa' finals
Mrs. Rightrneyer and Mrs. Santiamo serving
lunch to those hungry juniors and Seniors
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Two silhouettes in the gym! J. Cowles helps with the
decorations for 'The Big Hurt", the Sophomore Class alance.
More shelves ana' files and magazine racks needed! Miss
Clow discusses 'With Mr. Storm and the architects plans
for the library of the new school.
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"With Barrett? Busbwackers behind us,
we're bound to win."' And we did!
A typical fifth period lunclv lwur ends with a mad rush for
lockers and classes.
Arlington alumnae find excitement in
the progress of the Liberty football
Mr, Nelson is not immune to the con-
tagious spirit of the Arlington fans before
the game with Woppingers.
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June Louise AHEOH
18 Woodcliffe Avenue 1
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 1,2,3,4g Thespians 2,3,4g De-
bate 2,3,4g NFL 2,3,4g Press Club 1,2,3,4 fClass Editor 3
Co-Editor 41g Prom Committee 3,45 Handbook 23 FTA 4'
Soccer Z,3g Volleyball 1,3.
Richard V. Abbate
22 Old Mill Road Red Oaks Mill
General Organization 1,45 Varsity Club 45 Varsity Foot-
ball 3,4g Freshman Football lg Track 1,2,3.
Permelia Anna Abrahamsen
Salt Point Road
Dramatics 1, Press Club 3, Library Club 1,Z,3g Anchor
Squad 13 Prom Committee 3,4.
Faith M. Acampora
Route 1, Box 12
Yearbook Staff 3,4 fSubscriptions Editor 413 Dramatics
1,2,3,4 fPresident 41, Thespians 2,3,4g Prom Committee
3,43 FNA 3,4, Soccer 1,2,3g Volleyball 1,2,3g Basketball 3,
Alton B. Acker
Yearbook Staff 4, Library Club 1,23 Radio Club 1,Z,3,4
fPresident 415 Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 1,2g Golf 1,2.
58 Overocker Road
Yearbook Staff 3,4 fArt and Layout Editor 41, Press Club
3 fArt Editorlg Art Club 1,2,3 fSecretary 1, Vice-Presi-
dent 3lg Prom Committee 3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,4.
JoAnne Phyllis Aliotca
General Organization 1, Art Club 1,25 Prom Committee 3g
Twirling 1,2,3 fSecretary 31, Soccer lg Volleyball ls Bas-
ketball lg Softball 1.
Thomas Michael Andrew
K, Hyde Park
General Organization 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basket-
' ball 45 Prom Committee 4 fChaparoneslg Transferred from
Roosevelt High School.
Press Club 4g Chorus Z.
Sally Ann Baright
198 Bower Road
General Organization 35 Yearbook Staff 3,4 fCaptions Edi-
tor 415 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Anchor Squad 35
Leaders' Club 2,3,45 Archery 45 Soccer 1,2,3,4 fCaptain
3,415 Volleyball 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 3,415 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Softball 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 315 FTA 4.
166 North Grand Avenue
Transferred from Poughkeepsie High School.
Wilfred C. Beam
658 Dutchess Turnpike
Press Club 45 Boyls Chorus 15 Track 1.
Leslie Mark Bierman
41 Shamrock Circle
General Organization 15 Varsity Football 3,45 JV Basket-
ball 1,2535 Baseball 35 Golf 4.
Beverly Ann Borchers
Todd Hill Road
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Press
Club 4 fClass Editor 415 Prom Committee 45 Archery 45
Soccer 2,3545 Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball 253,45 Softball 2,35
45 FTA 4.
Barbara Ann Borthwick
41 LaGrange Avenue
Dramatics 1,25 Press Club 3,45 Library Club 1,25 Anchor
Squad 15 Band 45 Orchestra 15 Chorus 15 Soccer 1,25
Volleyball 1,2 Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,2.
john W. Bradley
Smith Road R. D. 7992
Prom Committee 3,45 Varsity Club 45 Varsity Football 45
-IV Football 25 Freshman Football 1.
Thomas G. Briggs
Anchor Squad 1,2,35 Chess Club 1.
Betty Clarice Brown
Pleasant Ridge Road
Class Officer 4 fSecretary15 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Dra-
matics 1,2,3,4 fVice-President 415 Thespians 3,45 Prom
Committee 45 Photography Club 4 fSecretary-Treasurer15
Chorus 15 Leaders' Club 2,3,45 Archery 45 Soccer 1,2,3,4
fCaptain 3,415 Volleyball 1,Z,3,4 fCaptain 3,415 Basketball
1,2,3,4 fCaptain 315 Softball l,2,3,4 fCaptain 31.
Barbara E. Brownell
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 2,3,45 Anchor Squad 15 Prom
Committee 3,45 Leaders Club 2,3,45 FNA 35 Archery 1,45
Soccer 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 3,415 Volleyball 1,2,3,4 CCaptain
3,415 Basketball 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 315 Softball 1,2,3,4 fCap-
Frederick A. Buck
Library Club 35 FFA 35 Radio Club 45 Orchestra 2,3,45
I, Q Chorus 45 Second Crew 25 Transferred from Memorial
High School, Valley Stream.
Stewart K. Budd
General Organization 15 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Art Club 15
Library Club 35 Anchor Squad 2,35 Prom Committee 35
David E. Burgess
Clapp Hill Road
Anchor Squad 15 FFA 3,4.
Patricia A. Burgi
587 Van Wagner Road
Dramatics l,2,35 Press Club 2,35 Library Club 15 Prom
Committee 3,45 Soccer l,2,35 Volleyball 1,2,35 Basketball 25
Linda Mary Caplan
16 James Street
Dramatics 1,2,35 Press Club 35 Prom Committee 3,42 Chorus
1,45 PNA 3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,4.
Linda Ann Carroll
Chorus 1 ,2.
Carol Louise Casement
19 Vassar View Road
General Organization 1,2,35 Dramatics 2,35 Press Club 2,35
Prom Committee 3,45 Soccer 1,2,35 Volleyball 1,2,35 Bas-
ketball 1,2,35 Softball 1,2,35 Table Tennis 3.
Barbara H. Chambers
25 james Street
Class Officer 4 fTreasurer15 Dramatics 2,3,45 Press Club
3,45 'Prom Committee 3,45 Leaders' Club 45 FNA 3,45
AAA fSecretary 415 Soccer 2,3,4 fCaptain 3,415 Volleyball
2,3,4 fCaptain 315 Basketball 2,3,4 fCaptain 315 Softball
2,3,4 CCaptain 315 Transferred from Pawling High School.
27 Overlook Road Page 93
Transferred from Poughkeepsie High School.
, .,,Ql. ,T 1,
1, 1 f a
244 New Hackensack Road
7 Fowler Avenue
3,45 Softball 3,45 Table Tennis 4.
i 5 4
.4 ig ' 2' ,V
Kathryn E. Cowles
9 Orchard Park, Red Oaks Mills
Class Officer 3 fSecretaryJ5 Dramatics 1,2,35 Press Club
1,2535 Prom Committee 3,4 fCo-Chairman 415 Varsity
Cheerleaders 3,4 fCaptain 4J5 JV Cheerleaders 1,2 fCo-
Captain ZJ5 FNA 45 Soccer 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 4J5 Volley-
lriall 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4 QCaptain 3J5 Softball 1,25
4 fCaptain 31.
Paul Crudello, Jr.
' Route 82
ander B. Credle
4 ew Hackensack Road
General Organization 45 Class Officer 4 fPresidentJ5 Year-
ook Staff 3,4 fPhotography Editor 415 Dramatics 45
f om Committee 3 fCo-Chairman 3j5 Photography Club in
fVice President 4J5 Band 15 Varsity Basketball 3,4 C-Co-
Captain 4J5 JV Basketball 25 Golf 25 Varsity Crew 45
Third Crew 35 Freshman Basketball 15 Varsity Club 4.
61 Henmond Blvd.
Prom Committee 3,45 Basketball 1,Z,3,45 Soccer 2,3,45
Volleyball 2,3545 Softball 1,2,3,45 Table Tennis 4.
General Organization 45 Prom Committee 45 FFA 15 Var-
sity Club 45 Varsity Club 45 Varsity Football 45 JV Football
2,35 JV Baseball 15 Track 2,3,4.
Thomas A. Daly
Varsity Football 35 JV Football Z5 Freshman Football 15
JV Baseball 1,2.
Radio Club 1,25 Cross Country 1,2,3,4 lCaptain 4J
Prom Committee 3,4 fEntertainment 415 Press Club 45
Varsity Cheerleaders 3,4 fCo-Captain 415 JV Cheerleaders
15 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Yearbook Staff 45 Press Club 3,45 Anchor Squad 1,3,45
Prom Committee 3,45 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Basketball
, .fy '
uiane D. uavis
44 Marple Road
Library Club 2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4, Soccer 3,45 Volleyball
2,3,4g Basketball 3,4.
Mary L. Davis
Class Secretary 2, Press Club 33
President 21, Anchor Squad '15
Art Club 1,2,3 lVi:e-
Prom Committee 5,43
JV Cheerleader 23 PNA 33 Soccer 1,2,3g Volleyball 2,33
Basketball 2,35 Softball 1,2,3.
Marilyn D. Dengel
17 Peckham Road
Library Club 2, Prom Committee
ball 1,2,3g Basketball 2,43 Softball
11 Shamrock Circle
Third Crew 1.
Class Vice-President 3, Prom Committee 3, Varsity Club 4,
Varsity Football 43 Varsity Football 43 JV Football 2,
3,45 Soccer 2,3g Volley-
1, Varsity Crew 3,49 Second Crew 2g
60 Marple Road
General Organization 2,4g Dramatics 1,43 Press Club 2,43
Anchor Squad lg Prom Committee 3,45 Chorus 1, Soccer
1,45 Volleyball 4, Basketball 1,4, Softball 1,4.
John C. Engle
257 New Hackensack Road
General Organization 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics 1,
2,3g Prom Committee 3,45 Band 1,23 Varsity Crew 4
Second Crew 3, Freshman Basketball 1, Intramurals 2,3,4.
Marilyn E. Erett
6 Stanley Street
Library Club 1,23 Anchor Squad 1, Chorus 13 Soccer
3, Volleyball 1,2,3g Basketball 3, Softball 3.
Dramatics 3,45 Press Club 4, Library Club 2, Anchor
Squad 25 Prom Committee 3,45 Soccer 2,3,4g Volleyball 2,
3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Softball 2,3,4.
Salt Point Road
Dramatics 1,25 Press Club 4, Anchor Squad 1,2g Prom
Committee 3,4, Soccer 1,43 Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Basketball
1,2,3,4g Softball l,2,3,4.
30 Woodcliffe Avenue
General Organization 2,35 Prom Committee 3,45 Band 15
Varsity Basketball 45 JV Basketball 2,35 Varsity Baseball
45 Track 1.
Todd Hill Road QC
Press Club 4QLAEr Club 3 CSecretaryj5 Library Club 15
Chorus flxg-jSSoccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,3,45 Basketball 1,25
C -Ffh Q W 1
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Leslie Joan Fleishman
13 Marple Road
General Organization 15 Class Treasurer 45 Yearbook Staff
45 Dramatics 1,2,35 Press Club 15 Prom Committee 3,45
Leaders, Club 2,3,45 Varsity Cheerleaders 45 JV Cheer-
leaders 2,3 CCaptain 315 FTA 45 Archery 45 Soccer 2,3,4
fCaptain 415 Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball
1,2,3,45 Table Tennis 4.
Sheila Lee Fowx
Sherow Road A
Drarnatics 2,3545 Press Club 3,45 Prom Committee 3,4
lRefreshments 3, Bids 415 Soccer 2,35 Volleyball 2,3,45
Basketball 2,3,45 Softball 2,3,45 Transferred from Roosevelt
Sandra lVl. Frazier
4 Springside Avenue
Dramatics 2,3,45 Prom Committee 45 FNA 3,45 Soccer 3,45
Volleyball 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Softball 2,3,4 Table Tennis 4.
Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Press Club 45 Anchor Club 35 Prom
Committee 3,45 Soccer 3,4 fCaptain 415 Volleyball 1,2,3,45
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,3,4.
5 Marjorie Fuller
12 Long View Road
Library Club 15 Anchor Squad 1,25 Prom Committee 35
Chorus 45 FNA 4.
Theresa P. Geier
13 Peckham Road
Library Club Z5 Soccer 1,35 Volleyball 1,2,35 Softball 2
4, - f
if 1 "wr
Joseph Louis Geneve
Debate 3,45 NFA 3,45 Press Club 3,4 fCo-Editor 415 Sci-
ence Club 3,45 Chess Club 1,Z,3,4.
Library Club 1.
Karen April Green
41 Marple Road
Chorus 2,3,45 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 3,4.
Gail Marie Gregory
. . - I' :i ii 759 Main Street
ill' Mm l. ',..' Poughkee '
. . ' . ,.x. ' Psle
H, .Q If v,-'., " I ,-. .. 5
Ni W A .'1 Judith Heresniak
ki 'xxx' N 3' 12 Dublin Lane
X, 1 V Poughkeepsie
1 r-s' 5 Dramatics 2,3545 Anchor Squad 2,3,4 fTreasurer 3, Presi-
. dent 4J5 Prom Committee 35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 FNA 3,45
ii i ',V 5 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Soft-
Joann L. Hicks
215 Overocker Road
Dramatics 1,Z,3,45 Press Club 3,45 Prom Committee 3,45
FNA 35 Soccer 1,Z,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,Z,
3,45 Softball 1,2,3,4.
Daniel N. Holleran
31 Streit Avenue
JV Football Z5 Freshman Football 1.
Louise Evelyn Holmstrom
10 Boardman Road ,.
Poughkeepsie ' i l .,',
Chorus 1,Z,3,45 FNA 3,45 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Bas- '1i ! " '. 5
ketball 3,45 Softball 3,45 Table Tennis 4. fy .,,,
f W, '
.lohn F. Horniclc iil '
58 Taft Avenue
, ,,,. ., ,K
Yearbook Staff 45 Press Club 45 Science Club 3,45 Chess ,,.. rf
Club 1,2,3,4 fPresident 3,415 Golf 3,45 Merit Scholarship
Letter of Commendation.
Barry R. Ireland
26 Ridge Road
Varsity Football 3,4 QCO-Captain 415 JV Football 25 Fresh- X Q
man Football 15 Varsity Basketball 45 JV Basketball 2,3' glvvbul, 1 A
JV Baseball Z5 Track 3,4. .
Therese Ironside i
Press Club 45 Prom Committee 45 Volleyball 45 Basketball
45 Transferred from Rossevelt High School.
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Yearbook Staff 3,45 Varsity Club 45 Varsity Football 3,45
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Gloria Karen Johnson
18 Vassar View Road
Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Debate 25 Press Club 1,2,3,45 Art Club
1,25 Prom Committee 3,4 fBicls 315 Chorus 15 JV Cheer-
leaders 35 Soccer 1,2,35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35
Monica H. Karwasinski
Freedom Plains Road
Elise E. Jackson
626 Van Wagner Road
Dramatics 45 Press Club 45 Prom Committee 3,45 Basket-
Richard C. Jakubek
Salt Point Turnpike
Prom Committee 45 Chorus 45 PNA 45 Volleyball 45 Bas-
ketball 45 Table Tennis 43 Transferred from Millbrook
Theodore F. Johannssen
Salt Point Turnpike
General Organization 45 Anchor Squad 2,3,45 FFA 15 Boys
Chorus 15 Conservation 15 Track 1.
Joseph Thomas Kamper
435 Dutchess Turnpike
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 3,45 Debate 1,2,3,45 NFL j
1,2,3,45 Press Club 3,4 fFeature Editor, Business Manager
415 Prom Committee 3,4 fPublicityl5 Radio Club 1,2.
Yearbook Staff 45 Dramarics l,2,3,45 Press Club 1,4 QNews
Editor 415 Prom Committee 45 FTA 45 Soccer 3,45 Volley-
ball 2,3,45 Basketball 45 Softball 4.
Joyce A. Kilmer
70 Crestwood Blvd.
Press Club 45 Arr Club 2,
Bernice Suecarol Kirby
Press Club 15 Library Club 1,45 Soccer 2,35 Volleyball 2,35
Basketball,25 Softball 2,3,4.
Katherine Rose Koss ""
21 Tree Tops Lane
Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Press Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee
3,45 Varsity Cheerleaders 35 JV Cheerleaders 25 FNA 3,45
Soccer 152,35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Soft-
D ,. .,:,
Virginia Lee Krug
17 Pleasant View Road
General Organization 15 Prom Committee 3,45 Volleyball
3 45 Basketball 3 4
Morton J Laffin gd-IQ Og'
33 Haight Avenue 1
General Organization 4 lTreasurerl5 Class President 35
Tl'12SP12iI1S 4 Dramatics 45 Prom Committee 3,45 Orchestra
1 Varsity Football 45 JV Football 25 Freshman Football 15
V Baseball 35 Track 2.
Pine Hill Road
General Organization 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Boys' Cho-
rus 35 Chess Club 1,2535 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Varsity Football 4
Manager U Dramatics 3,4.
General Organization 2,45 Press Club 3,45 Art Club 35
Library Club 25 Anchor Squad 15 Prom Committee 3,45
Band 2 Basketball 25 Softball 2.
16 Nic-lntosh Drive
General Organization 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Cross Country
45 Track 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Transferred from Pough-
keepsie High School.
Joan Margaret Lattin
3 Marple Road
PNA 3,45 Soccer 1,25 Volleyb
all 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Barbara Ann Lemke
28 Overocker Road
General Organization 35 Dramatics 2,3,45 Library Club 1,
2,35 Prom Committee 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4 fTwirlerl5 Archery
45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Softball 1,25 Table Tennis 45 FTA 3,4.
Mary Louise Lennon
Pou ghqua g
ii i 2 ,
5. 'f ' ,',,5,3.5.y-,gi
Y , ,, 224:
af 3 so
Soccer 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Prom Committee
3,45 FNA 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4.
Fred H. Lotz
35 Collegeview Avenue
Radio Club 1,2,3,45 JV Football 35 Freshman Football 2. f
Janet Mack 09 gg
7 Fulton Court X '
Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Anchor Squad 2,34 lsecretary 3,415
Prom Committee 35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 FNA 35 Soccer 2,35
Volleyball 2,35 Basketball 2,3.
General Organization 1,2, Yearbook-Staff 3,4, Dramatics
1,2,3,4 lSecretary 41, Thespian 1,2,3,4, Press Club 2,4,
Anchor Squad 3, Prom Committee 3,4, Chorus 1,2, Soccer
3,4, Volleyball 4, Basketball 3,4, Softball 3,4.
Don P. Marchese
34 James Street
General Organization 1,2,3,4 fVice President 2,3 fPresi-
dent 41, Class President 2, Yearbook Staff 3,4, Prom
Committee 3,4, Band 1,25 Varsity Club 4, Varsity Foot-
ball 2,3,4 fCo-Captain 41, Freshman Football 1, Baseball f
2,3,4, JV Baseball 1, AAA 3,4 fVice President 3, President
41: Intramurals 1,2,3,4, AFS Representative to Europe,
Robert John Marchese
32 Ireland Drive
General Organization 4, Prom Committee 3,4 fEntertain-
ment Chairman 3, Co-Chairman 41, Varsity Club 4, Var-
sity Football 3,4, JV Football 2, Freshman Football 1'
Varsity Crew 4, Second Crew 3, Third Crew 1,2.
Salt Point Road
Judith A. McClellan
22 Lewis Avenue
General Organization 2,35 Prom Committee 3,4, Chorus 1, W
Archery 4, Soccer 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2, -
3,4, Table Tennis 4.
General Organization 2,4.
- Patricia Meehan
H , . -.,- 130 Manchester Road
5 I H Poughkeepsie
1 General Organization 4, Dramatics 1,2,3, Press Club 1,25
m ' ' , ,fr Prom Committee 3,4, PNA 3, Soccer l,2,3g Volleyball 1,2,
,V " 3, Basketball 1,2,3, Softball 1,2.
V 2 Larry Meyer
, Afthursburg Road
,Q E 1 , g fk2'3"7'f Hopewell Junction
, 0 ,, , Q, . Off - Yearbook Staff 3,4 fPho-tography Editor 41, Dramatics 4,
fi yieffvxifflai . .
z2Zfi,g4jf:' '3:,,gfZ?fj'fff4f3,f'Z'5'j Prom Committee 3,4, Photography Club 3,4 fPresident
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3,3-ZZgff!ffk',1j,f22, 41, Varsity Football 4, Track 3, Intramurals 2,3.
I Q1Z1?1,,214ef4f'ff ,id
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, Marine Hope Miller
, M Carol Moore
I 1 V, 15 Dorland Avenue
,M ' Poughkeepsie
I Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4, Softball 3, Soccer 3,
FNA 3,4 fSecretary 41, Prom Committee 4, Library Club
' . 1, Anchor Squad 1.
Willard 1-1. Myers, 3rd
25 LaGrange Avenue
Chess Club 1,2,3,4 fpresident 415 Press Club 4.
556 Dutchess Turnpike
Press Club 45 Chorus 35 Transferred from Poughkeepsie
Geraldine Patricia Nazzaro
32 James Street
Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Softball 3.
Debate 3,45 NFL 3,45 Anchor Squad 1,25 Science Club 3,45
Yearbook Staff 3,4 fTyping Editor 41 Dramatics 1,2,3,4g
Press Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,45
Susan Anne Nygren
Press Club 1,4 fSecretary 415 Library Club 1,2,3,45 Anchor
Squad 1, Prom Committee 34
737 Main Street
Radio Club 2,3,4.
139 Rochdale Road
Anchor Squad 2,3,4g Science Club 3,4 fPresiclent 415 Chess
Angelo R. Palumbo
34 Taft Avenue
Prom Committee 3,45 Freshman Football 15 Golf 15 Track
Drarnatics 1,2,3,45 Press Club 45 Prom Committee 3,45
Chorus 1,25 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45
Fred E. Porter
11 Manchester Road
Library Club 1,2,3,4. Page 101
Richard E. Randall
1 Tallatdy Place
General Organization 2,43 Prom Committee 3,43 Varsity
Football 3,45 JV Football 23 Freshman Football 13 Varsity
Basketball 43 JV Basketball 2,3 lCaptain 313 Freshman
V 1 High Acres Drive
Dramatics 43 Press Club 43 Prom Committee 43 Volleyball
43 Basketball 43 Transferred from Wappingers High School.
Charlotte Marie Rogers
87 Van Wagner Road
Dramatics lg Art Club 132, Anchor Squad 1,23 Soccer 13
Pine Wood Drive
General Organization 43 Prom Committee 3,43 JV Football
33 Varsity Football 43 JV Baseball 23 Varsity Baseball 3,4.
Joan Marilyn Satbacher V OX
42 Ziegler Avenue
Dramatics 2,33 Library 1,25 Prom Committee 3,49 Twirling
1,2,33 Soccer 1,Z,33 Volleyball 1,2,33 Basketball 1,23 Soft-
Salt Point Road
JV Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3,4 fCo-Captain 413
Varsity Baseball 3,43 Transferred from Roosevelt High
Deanna K. Schoessow
499 Stanton Terrace
Dramatics 1,23 Press Club 1,33 Prom Committee
leyball 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Softball l,2.
Jessie Annis Scribner
Smith Road R. D. 452
General Organization 33 Dramatics 3,43 Press Club 3,43
Anchor Squad 1,3,43 Prom Committee 3,43 Chorus 3,43
FNA 33 Archery 43 Soccer 3,43 Volleyball 3,43 Basketball
3,43 Softball 3,4.
Nancy Ann Senk
12 Brett Place
Press Club 43 Prom Committee 3,43 Soccor 3,43 Volleyball
2,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,43 Softball 1,2,3,43 Table Tennis 4.
38 Catskill Avenue
General Organization 23 Prom Committee 3,43 Orchestra 1.
Rodwell B. Shuler
Z4 Arlington Avenue
ANN N 5-514
K 44 '
Yearbook Staff 3,4 lBusiness Manager 415 Ha-ndbook Com- V V V' V V
mittee 25 Varsity Club 45 Varsity Football 35 Freshman 3'
Football Z5 Track 35 Football Manager 15 Interclass Basket- ' 5
ball z,s,4. 5
15 McIntosh Drive
Dramatics 45 NFL 3,45 Prom Committee 3,45 Soccer 3,45 ' -'Vt V'
Volleyball 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Softball 3,45 Transferred from
Albany High School.
Prom Committee 45 Archery 45 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 3,45
Softball 3,45 Table Tennis 3,45 Transferred from Orleans
High School, Orleans.
Dramatics 2,35 Press Club 1,45 Library Club 15 Prom Com-
mittee 3,45 Soccer 35 Volleyball 2,3,45 Basketball 35 Table
Tennis Z,3,45 Softball 2,3,4.
Carol Anne Smith
15 Woodcliff Avenue
Library Club 15 Anchor Squad 2,45 Band-Majorette 1,Z,3,4
K1-Iead Majorette 3,415 Chorus 25 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volley-
ball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball I,Z,3,4.
Linda G. Soules
Anchor Squad 1,2,3,45 PNA 3,45 Volleyball 45 Table Ten-
12 Manchester Circle
V- . Poughkeepsie
14' Yearbook Staff 3,4 fLiterary Editor 415 Dramatics l,2,3,4
,V L ' fTreasurer 415 Thespians 2,3,45 Press Club 2,3,45 Prom
I A Committee 3,45 Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 JV Cheerleader 25
V V Handbook Committee 35 Soccer Z,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,45
' 1 1 ,,, 2 VV- 4 Basketball Z,3,45 Softball 2,3,4.
ff, 1 i f
1 f "" '5 V -" X Charles Stampf
West Clove Mountain Road
Yearbook Staff 45 Library Club 45 Radio Club
dent 415 Transferred from St. Francis, Brooklyn.
General Organization 1,35 Prom Committee 35 Chorus I5
Conservation Club 15 JV Baseball 15 Second Crew 2.
Lois Elaine Swensen
Dramatics Z5 Arr Club 15 Anchor Squad 1,Z,3,45 Soccer
1,Z,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball
Robert W. Tator
Dr. Fink Road
Prom Committee 3,45 JV Football 35 Freshman F
Cross Country 2,45 Track 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 45.
Vera Hinda Tinkelman
6 Lafko Drive
Yearbook Staff 3,4 lCo-editor 415 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Thes-
pians 2,3545 Press Club 1,25 Prom Committee 45 Thespian
Recording 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 Handbook Committee 2,3,4
fChairman 3, Student Advisor 415 Soccer 1,25 Volleyball
1,25 Special Honors: DAR Best Citizen Award.
Cramer Road R.D. 43
Dramatics 3,45 Press Club 45 Prom Committee 3,45 Band 15
Chorus 15 Soccer 2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Soft-
Library Club 1,25 Prom Committee 3,45 Archery 45 Soccer
2,35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 35 Softball 2,3
Bruce Edward Tyson
448 Dutchess Turnpike
General Organization 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 4 lVice Presi-
dentJ5 Yearbook Staff 45 Dramatics 2,45 Prom Committee
3,45 Photography Club 45 Varsity Club 45 Cross Country
2,3 Second Crew 45 Third Crew 35 Interclass Basketball
1,2,3,4, Freshman Basketball 1.
Carol E. Ulrich
FNA 45 Volleyball 45 Basketball 4 Table Tennis
24 McIntosh Drive
Country 45 Track 3.
Maple Hill Farm
Yearbook Staff 45 Debate 34 NFL 34 Press Club 4
Anchor Squad 2,35 Science Club 34 cV1C9PE8Sld6ht 4
Anchor Squad 45 Science Club 3 Tech Club 1 2 3 4 Cross
19 Henmoncl Blvd
Radio Club 1,2,3,45 Tech Club 1 234 fSecretary Treasurer
415 Chess Club 1,2,4 fSecretary 4 Cross Country 34
Track 253,45 Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation
Dorothy Ann Vrooman
37 LaGrange Avenue
General Organization 1,2545 Class Treasurer 25 Yearbook
Staff 45 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Press Club 1,2,
3,45 Art Club 35 Prom Committee 3,45 Leaders Club 2,3545
FTA 3,45 Archery 45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softba" ' "","i T""' '
Stephen Clifford Wachenfeld
37 Titus Road
Yearbook Staff 4g Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 De-
bate 45 Press Club 2,3,4 fSports Editor 2,415 Prom Com-
mittee 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,35 Freshman Bas-
ketball 15 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
Leaders' Club 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,4g Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 Softball l,2,3,4,
Caroline E. Waligora
38 Streit Avenue
Yearbook! Staff 3,4 QCo-Editor 415 Dramatics 1,2,3,4g Thes-
pians 2,3,45 Press Club 2,35 Prom Committee 45 Handbook
Committee 1,2,35 Softball 3,4.
28 Innis Avenue
Library Club 15 Soccer 2,3,45 Volleyball 2,3,45 Table Tennis
2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Softball 2,3,4.
Howard Michael Weiss
105 Innis Avenue
ketball 1,25 Freshman Football 1.
, , Radio Club 1 5
Yearbook Staff 45 Press Club 4 ClVlusic Editor 415 Band
1,2,3,4 fPresident 31, Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 4
fSecretary15 Varsity Football 3,4g JV Football 25 Varsity
Crew 3,45 Second Crew 25 Third Crew 15 Intramural Bas-
56 Longview Road
Cross Country 2,3,4 fCaptam 415 Track
Tech Club 1,2,3,4 lSecretary 35 President 415 Radio Club
2,3,4 lPresident 35 Secretary 415 Chess Club 1,Z,3g Science
Patricia Alyce Whitesell
Emans Road, Box 58, Rural Route 1
Dramatics 4g Press Club 45 Anchor 3,43 Chorus 1,2,3.
Band 2,35 Orchestra 2,3.
82 Overocker Road
General Organization 35 Dramatics 15 Press Club 2,35 Prom
Committee 3,4 QCo-Chairman 313 Leaders, Club 3,43 Soccer
1,2,3,4 fCaptain 41, Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4
fCaptain 315 Softball 1,2,3,4 fCaptain 31.
Frederick Charles W1lhelm
Class Vice-President Z Prom Committee 3 Varsity Club
45 Varsity Football 4 Freshman Football 1 Varsity Bas
ketball 3,43 JV Basketball 2 Baseball 2 3 4 JV Baseball 1
43 LaGrange Avenue
Dramatics 123 4 Press Club 4 fArt Editor Art: Club
1,2,3g Prom Committee 3 4 Archery 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Volley
10 Tallardy Place
35 JV Baseball 1.
Jane E Wixson
Donnie Place R D 7952
Anchor Squad 1
Radio Club 3 4 fsecretary Treasurer 4J 5 Tech Club 1 Z 3 4
"There she is, Miss Arling-
tgn 1960". K. Duffy plays
the part of the happy regent
at the Senior Prom. B. Vir-
gilio looks as proud as does
Here we find the military and civilian represented in the
Grand March of "Silver Bells". K. Duffy and G. Nazzaro are
handsomely escortedi for this gala occasion.
The "day before" finds busy Seniors transforming the gym The "morning after" finds Cinderalla's slippers replaced bythe
into a glittering site of "Silver Bellsv. R. Randall ana' associates ala' stand-hys. K. Duffy still looks starry-eyed as she takes a
do some of the harder worli. last look at the glitter of her court.
First Row: M. Karwasinski, V. Tinkelman, S. Baright, D
Speckenhach, Aaron, C. Waligora, B. Brown, R. Shuler.
Second Row: G. Krug, D. Schoessow, F. Acampora, B. Bor-
chers, A. Lamherts, R. Sinacori, P. Ahrahamsen, S. Nygren
Third Row: R. Palmitier, L. Meyer, P. Magennis, B. Chambers
J. Zeleznick, M. Miller, G. Nazzaro, J. Mack. Fourth Kow-
R. Vaerh, E. Varney, J. Geneve.
Ar the annual Honor Key Assembly on March 30,
twenty-nine seniors received the coveted award. The day
represented for these students a culmination of three and
one-half years' effort. These were suspenseful moments
as Mr. Storm called off the names and averages, one hy
cne. As each name was heard, the seniors all anxiously
waited, hoping that theirs would he next. But honor
keys are not won by wishful thinking and short spurts
of frantic academic enthusiasm, as Valedictorian Doro-
thy Speckenhach and Salutatorian June Aaron can con-
firm. The knowledge gained during these years is
knowledge which will serve time and again in the years
Superintendent of Schools Storm congratulates Dorothy Speck-
enhach, Valedictorian, and func Aaron, Salutatorian, for their
commendable work during 3 1f2 years Work at A.H.S.
SENIOR AWARDS AND PRIZES
Senior Essay Wmner
George A. Schiavone Memorial Award
Bausch and Lomb Award
Lions Club of Poughkeepsie Award
Kiwanis Club of Poughkeepsie Awards
Arlington Parent Teacher Association Awards
Crestwood Heights Tax-Payers Association Awards
Ladies Auxiliary of the Arlington Fire Department Awards
Pleasant Valley American Legion Auxiliary Awards
Rochdale Civic Association Awards
Mary Elizabeth O?Cormel1 Aiward
Cecil Kennard Memorial Trophy
Charlie Johnson Memorial Award
Shelcomelco Lodge 795458 F. 66 A. .
Arlington Parent-Teacher Association Scholarships
New York State Scholarships
National Merit Scholarship Finalist
National Merit Scholarship Certificates of Recognition
"The Boys" as they appeared for
the P.T.A. Variety Show in their
"By The Sea" xkit.
V. Tinkelman, F. Acampora, and
O. Speclzenbach with Mrx. Maier
at Open-House at A.H.S.
eacafza. at wack and play
"The Voice", Marty Laffin, be
hind the mike :luring announce
Senior: have skeleton: in their
Piles of hooks, cluttered trays, and noisy conversation
fill the cafeteria as seniors gather during their fifth
period lunch hour.
L. Fleishmczu offered H. Ufeiss the first cup of punch when
seniors served as hostesses and guides at the Annual Open
The discussion led by Mr. Frattali concerns the major
project of Business English students - the outlining
of their vocational essays.
Vlforld Lit students know that "7f8 of the
iceberg lies-U in the intensive research
necessary for a good Senior Essay.
Not the Witches' Scene from MacBeth, but a
phsysics lab session with Mr. Smith demonstrat-
ing to the class.
MOST SINCERE MOST VERSATILE MOST TYPICAL
F. Acampora - A. Creclle D. Vrooman - D. Marchese K. Duffy - W. Cummings
MOST PERSONALITY H
K. Cowles - Rumble
MOST ATHLETIC BEST LOOKING
B. Brownell - B. Ireland K. Cowles - Bradley
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT BEST DRESSED BEST DANCERS WITTIEST
B. Tyson - V. Cooke L. Fleishman - D. Chase S, Fowx - A. Sheer B. Chambers - R. Abbare
Another year has been completed, another graduation is upon us. The class of '60 will leave the halls of
Arlington High School to part and to proceed along the different paths of life. Yet this year, like all the
years of the past and all the years of the years of the future, has been filled with the acquisition of knowledge,
plus the fun we had in achieving it. We cannot relive these good tirnesg they are but memories. We can only
look back by turning the pages of our yearbook, each page reminding us of four of our happiest years.
Though we of the 1960 Anchors staff have worked hard, our effort would have been futile without the
cooperation of the many people who have worked with us so willingly. We wish to thank Mr. John Freni for
taking the senior portraits and for posing the class and club pictures. To Mr. Stewart, we extend our sincere ap-
preciation for helping the inexperienced photography staff. We are extremely grateful to all the teachers, who
each in their own way, added to the completion of our yearbook.
Without the many contributions of our patrons and the Board of Education, the publication of this year-
book would have been impossible.
Words cannot express how immeasurably grateful we are to Miss Antoinette Vanasco, our faculty advisor,
who was always present when we needed her. Her invaluable role in the publication of this book is impossible
to estimate. We'll always remember the contribution of her knowledge and experience to the making of our
Now, each one of us will leave the familiar classes of A.H.S. to take our places in the wide, wide world.
Our journey is overg many more will follow the paths we have left behind. To our successors we say .....,,.
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Adarnis Fair-Acre Farms
Mrs. E. P. Alsdorf
J. E. Andrews
John Arborio, Inc.
Arlington Junior-Senior High PTA
Robert C. Barbieri
Mr. Robert Berger
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bernard
Mr. Saul Bollt
Mrs. Sault Boll:
The Bonnie Shop
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brady and Family
Mr. Charles Butts
Miss Margaret I. Byrne
C. and E. Construction Co. Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carberry
Mrs. Allen Chambers
Consolidated Dry Goods and Co.
Mr. Sam Coratello
Dr. J. M. Coulter
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Credle
Mr. Francis G. Crispi
Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. l.aVerne Davis
Mr. Gabriel Deeb
DeGrooclt and Eichler, Contractors
Delaneyis Liquor Store
Mr. Anthony De Marco
Diesing Supply Co., lnc.
Helen DuBois Shop
Effron Auto Exchange
Effron's Clothing Store
Effron Fuel Oil Company
Eggleston Office Equipment Co., Inc.
Eighmie Moving and Storage
Elmer Nygren's Hardware
and Appliance Shop
and Mrs. Harry J. Engle
Feldsine and Co., Inc.
Mr. Stuart Fisher
The Fixit Shop
and Mrs. Fichard Flanigan
Fleishman's Wayside Furniture
s Agnes F. Flint
and Mrs. Morton Gilday
ham Agency Inc.
and Mrs. B. Grandeau
and Mrs. F. R. Grochau
H. Wilson Guernsev
Mr. and Mrs. T. Guilfoil
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hampe, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hanks.
Mr. Paul E. Hankinson
Jill Harris Shop
E. I. Hatfield
Mr. Thoman R. Haufe
Mr. Joseph Hawkins
Mrs. Robert Hoe, Jr.
Miss Alice Housman
Dr. K. H. Hollenbeck
Hudson Valley Blueprint Co.
Interstate Plumbing Supply Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kamper
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karwasinski
Kem Plastic Playing Cards
Miss Mary Keohane
Mr. James R. Kepford
Mrs. D. Kimlin
Francis King Shop
W. W, Kington 51 Co.
Mrs. George V. Kirby
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Krug
Dr. Arnold Langwick
Dr, M. B. Lehman
Dr. Louis Lipman
Mrs. Elaine C. Lipschutz
Longbardis Shell Station
Austin F. Loucks, Jr. and Co.
Lowe's Optical Co.
Luckey Platt and Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Luzzi
McConnell Piano and Organ Co.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. MacWilliams
Mrs. Dorothy Maier
Mrs. Charles Manna
Mrs. Edna G. Manning
Margaret's Dress Shop
Marshall and Sterling Insurance
Dr. Melvin Marlin
Frank Melitog Sand and Gravel
Michael's Table-Ready Foods
Dr. L. Miller
S. H. Miller Construction
Mary Ellen Mulvey
Mr. and Mrs. John Mulvey
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murtaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Murtaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neustadt
Mr. Sam Nicolis
Mrs. Ruth D. Noyes
Mr. Charles O'Donnel
Mr. Frank Olawski
Dr. V. O,Neil
Mr. George Pagones
Peelor Motor Sales and Service
Mrs, Marion B. Petty
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Pine
Pleasant Valley Dept. Store
Poughkeepsie Music Shop
Patty's Charcoal Drive-in
Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn
Dr. Martin Rabin, D.D.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranucci
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rathkopf
Mr, and Mrs. John A. Reed
Mr. John Reuter
S. J. Reynolds
Mr. Raymond M. Rodriguez
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Root
Dr. Albert Rosenthal
Mr. Lloyd Rosenthal
Russell Fuel and Heating Co.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Russell
Saltforcl Flower Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Samuels
Saniels Jewel Box
Chester Satz Co., Inc.
Shaker, Travis and Quinn
Mr. Norman Shapiro
Dr. Maurice Sitomet
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Soper
Mr, J. C. Smith
Dr. M. Sosna
Mr. John Stahlberger
Mr. Aaron Steinberg
Mrs. Julia G. Stevens
Miss Julia G. Stevens
Miss Marily J. Stilwell
Mr. Harold C. Storm
Mr. and Mrs. James Stowe
Sun Wall Paper
L. H. Swenson Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Teasdale
The Three Arts
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Tinkelman
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Tinkelman
Mr. and Mrs. N. Tinkelman
Mr, Hames J. Toomey
Mrs. Lela M. Traver
Dr. Willis E. Travis
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Tripp
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tyson
Dr. W. R. Updegraff
V. and P. Auto Electric Service
Vaeth Office Supply
Vassar Manufactuter's Outlet
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wadster
The 'Wallace Company
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Wardell
Mr. Judson Williams
Wiltse Brothers Contractors
Wise Potato Chips
Wolf's Sport Shop
Helen Wright Dress Shop
Y. M. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer
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JOHN LANE STUDIO
Poughkeepsie, New York
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New Yorlc State Exhibition--1957, 1958, 1959
New England Photographic Exhibition--1958, Gold Medal-1959
National Photographic Exhibition--1958
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