Arts High School - Vignette Yearbook (Newark, NJ)

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A □ O SENIOR CLASS OF ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 550 HIGH STREET NEWARK. NEW JERSEYRealizing that the principal sets the tone of a school we are happy that Dr. Lewis chose to accept the responsibilities of leadership at Arts High. Although Dr. Lewis has been here less than one year, he has firmly established himself as a most capable administrator. His quiet dignity, his patience, his boundless energy, and his enthusiasm have helped him to overcome the problems that he encounters everyday. He has very quickly managed to get a good clear picture of the school and its intricate design. Dr. Lewis often surprises teachers and students by dropping in unexpectedly during classes or leisurely walking through the halls surveying everything with a critical eye. His optimism and cheerfulness permeate the atmosphere of the building. A firm but fair disciplinarian. Dr. Lewis has gained the respect and admiration of both faculty and students. Seniors especially appreciate his concern and interest because they have benefited from his vast experience in the field of education. Dr. Lewis is a graduate of Bloomfield High. He received his B A. and M A from Montclair State College and his Ph. D. from New York University. He taught math at Ivy Junior High and West Side High School. Dr. Lewis helped to prepare prospective teachers at New York University and also taught actuaries there. Later on he served on the Board of Examiners in Newark and. before coming to Arts, was chairman of the Math Department at East Side High School. Under the inspirational leadership of Dr. Lewis, we are confident that Arts High will continue to develop and coordinate its efforts to provide our students with the best possible educational program We hope that he will find his years here both satisfying and rewarding.Mrs. Geller is proud of Arts High and we are proud of her. Her versatility, hard work, good judgement and skill in handling students' problems are indicative of the highly efficient fashion in which she performs her daily tasks. Her sincere interest and dedication are apparent in her participation in all phases of school life. Our vice-principal has a strong sense of responsibility to others and gives unselfishly of her time and herself. Because of her deep sense of loyalty and her devotion to duty, she has earned the esteem of the student body and the faculty. BEATRICE GELLER BA, M.A. Vice-Principal ADMINISTRATION □0000FACULTY RUFUS J. RICKENBACHER B.A., M.A. English Department Chairman SCOPE. Student Council. English Department—all have been influenced by this man. Who can say thank you? Somehow "thank you" sticks in our throats. It doesn’t seem to fit. We shall all leave, but even students, we who have been here for only four years, manage to depart with a share of the profits. When he leaves us. after years of service, we shake his hand, give him an honorable discharge and say "thank you". He who gave so much gets paid with "thank you". We who were close to him realize that there is no appropriate fee we can offer him. When he walks out the door, what will he take with him? A yearbook. a paycheck and all our best wishes. To people who enjoy teaching as much as he did. and enjoy sharing in the experiences of their students, these will be intangible, but durable satisfactions—to know the accomplishments of his students through the years is a benefit not paid by a pension plan. Who can say good-bye to a man such as this? Some of Shakespeare’s thoughts may be more appropriate. His life has been gentle, and the elements so mixed in him that his students may stand up and say to all the world. “There goes a man!"RUTH G. ABOS B.A.. M.A. English RUTH ASSARSSON B.S.. M.A. Art TINA EUGENE BOHANNON B.S., M.A.. Prof. Dipl. Head Counselor HAROLD COLES B.A.. M.A. English THERESA S. DAVID B.A., M.A. Spanish ALBERT W. CALVIN B.A., M.A. Mathematics LAWRENCE DEL VISCO B.A.. M.A. French EVELYN D. DONOVAN B.S. Physical Education GLORIA D'ORIO 8.S. NursingMILTON KNOBLER B.S.. M.A. Art BETTE LAZAR B.S.. M.A. Secretariat MARIE MEEHAN Registered Nurse SEYMOUR M. LANDSMAN B.S.. M.A. Art (Chairman) JEROME MARCUS B.S.. M.A. Industrial Arts ETHEL MINTZ Pianist JOHN LANG B.S., M.A. Physical Education LAURETTE McNIEL B.A.. M.A. EngUsh-Biohgy LEONARD MORRIS B.A.. M.A. History DELPHINE PERUGINE M.A. EnglishROCCO PESILE M.A. Music GERTRUDE P. SHAPIRO B.S. Music WILLIAM L. PICKETT B.M.. M.M. Music LOUIS SPINDLER B.S., M.A. Art VICTOR THOMAS B.S.. M.A. Science GEORGE VOLLER B.S., M.A. LEONARD J. YABLICK B.A.. M.A. SAIDE YUKER B.S.. M.A. MathematiCS-CuK anc Science Librarian LILLIAN RITTER B.C.E. Secretarial GEORGE STEISEL B.A.. M.A. Mathematics GERARD TOBIA Mu . B.. B.S.. M.A. Music SHIRLEY ZONES Clerk-StenographerEven Ann Landers couldn't remedy this situation. "I heard a thousand blended notes—somewhere." "I am the greatest," exclaims Brack, but apparently those aren't Jenny’s sentiments. What a revolting development this is!Melodies heard are sweet but those unheard arc sweeter. Something’s coming from down in the valley. Let's try it again, this time with the right notes. The song of the melancholy makes us shed some heart-felt tears. Annually the music and art departments combine their talent and skills in presenting an opera. Last year’s production was entitled A Concert of American Folk Music and “Down In The Valley" (an American folk opera) by Kurt Weill. In the opera story sweet Jenny Parsons was forbidden to attend the Shadow Creek dance with Brack Weaver because her father wanted her to go with wealthy Mr. Thomas Bcuche. Jenny defied her father. At the dance, in a fight started by Bouche over Jenny, Bouche pulled a knife and was killed by Brack. Brack was taken to jail from which he later escaped. He went to see Jenny and in a vision they re-lived their moments together. But Brack wasn't the only one with problems. Mr. Pickett and Mr. Pesile had a few too. Cast, chorus, and opera orchestra had to be chosen; costumes had to be designed and scenery constructed. Miss Howard and Mr. Knobler solved the latter two problems. Despite the hard work and long hours of rehearsal everyone felt the effort was extremely worthwhile.HOME ROOM B8 MRS. ELIZABETH STILLER First Row, loft to right: Mrs. Stiller, Charles Borton, Norman Perry, William McKnight, Martin Kevesko, Roger Barnes, Bruce Bradley. Robert Lcmack. Second Row: Arnold Siegendorf, Robert Pidcock, Lorraine Porter. Helen Bartruff, Valeric Mclver. Paula Bishop, Kenneth Holst, Ivan Ramirez, Irma Robinson, Michael McGurty. Third Row: Frances Viola, Paula Paluzzi, Howard Roberts, Ronald Nonncmachor, Nelson Riviera, Jacqueline Sanders. Earl Flagg, John Witconis. HOME ROOM B9 MR. GEORGE VOLLER First Row, left to right: Wilbert Jones, Oscar Williams. Robert Drake, Charles Clark. Linwood Wright. Second Row: Doris Wallace. Anthony Liotti, Carol Ann Smartt. Anthony Gomez. Joseph Murrin. Third Row: Richard Spiotto, Ronald Guarino, Gregory De Filippo, Carolyn Anderson. Mary McConnaughey.HOME ROOM 208 MR. MILTON KNOBLER First Row. loft to right: Thomas Mauricllo. Misos Paul. Howard Cushnir, James Zablocki. Tina Holley, Barbara Oral. Cheryl Allen, Deborah Conway, Lee Farber. Second Row: Mr. Knobler, Robin Graff. Lesley Mitchell. Dennis Walker, Wayne Simon, Peter Fagone, Jerry Gimble, Maria Rcy, Bernice Colon, Cheryl Day. Sylvia Gioiella. Third Row: Linda Zubcr. Joseph Zielinski, Thomas Norulak, Richard Hayes, Joseph Di Bella, Elizabeth Forcella, Jean Gallagher, Regina Bailey, Constance Aracc. Nathaniel Hutson,HOME ROOM 310 MRS. GERTRUDE SHAPIRO First Row, left to nght: Harriet Wyatt, Sandra Daves. John Pinckney. Nikolay Makarow. Walter Eres. Joseph Pacheco. John Nye, Linda Jordon. Mrs. Shapiro. Second Row: Patricia Fredrick. Mcnessa Bayer. Nancy Campbell. Carol Ferrara. Rosemarie Marconi. Sylvia Martinez. Lois Vega, Yvonne Mills, Pat Wilson, Brendec White, Iris Wilson. Barbara Pulliam. Third Row: Alva Jackson, Mildred Dc Costa, Joan McRae, John Stanikowski, Robert Callahan, Joseph Epps, Carla Berzon, Gail Harris, Doris Maxwell. HOME ROOM 313 MRS. BETTE LAZAR First Row. left to nght: Sabins Gibki, Carmine Martinez. John Smith, John D'Alessio, Jack Desranleau. Gen Wong, Philip Rice. Willie Ponder. Second Row Mrs. Lazar. Harry Schneider. Jeffrey Baunhuber. James Hill. Pat Devlin. Julia Belles, Elaino Orefice. Felicia Wright, Robert Martin. Margaret Rcsenetnikow. Madoria Simmons. Regina Massey. Third Row: Robert Millard, Ann Martino, Josephine Kus, Sen Wong. Bossie Jackson. Victoria Armcnante. Nicole Tabaczmk. Donna Engel, Norman Patterson, Mafalda White.HOME ROOM 315 MRS. LILLIAN RITTER First Row, left to right: Mrs. Ritter. Edward Pajak, Anthony Kelly. James Clark. Harry Jones. Ralph Brown. Alan Brown. Dennis Schiefelbein. Second Row. Pat Harris, Leon Gromora. Robert Gelormine, Charles Donnelly. Ronald Brown. Clciffus Hatgrove, Arthur Orlowski, John Rivera, Edward Brown. Jerome Perkins. Ronald Dc Roxtra. Calvin Moore. Warren Coleman. Fernanda Courtcr. Third Row: Teresa Godynick, Patricia Hospodar. Linda Roman, Margo Perkins, Lorraine Brown. Eugene Gclpke, Rose Lcpore, Rosemary Zintcl, James Calucci, Nita Sicgcndcrf. HOME ROOM 320 MRS. LUCILLE HILLER First Row, left to right: Mrs. Hiller, Joseph Di Viccaro, David Finkel, George Parliman, Jere Baunhuber, Sybille Schellack, Traci Jenkins. Sandra Reed. Second Row: Larainc Daniels. Joscfme Nowak. Mcldon Jenkins, Cynthia Rodriguez. Jennifer Blackledge, Constance Allington, Ronald Guie. Jeannie Horniacck. Joseph Russoniello, Helen Prytula. Linda Behler. Third Row: Virginia Pardo, Diane Rodriguez, Colleen Kelleher, John San Giovanni, Dolores Gorcsh, Maria Santos, George Richardson, Anthony Guarino, Richard Vitale, William Russo.HOME ROOM 204 MISS THERESA DAVID First Row. left to right: Howard Weidner, James DeHart. James Starkey. Alfred Ragins. Crystal Jones. Joyce-Ann James. Michael Gay, Daniel Silva. Second Row: John Iwanechko. Raymond Mongeau. Betty Brown. Diana Chcrtok. Fred Cody. Josephine Riely. Beverly Montcss, Gcorgianna Gaston, Bari Alzio. Third Row: Kenneth Verderese. Deborah Carlucci, George Bradley. Salvatore DiBclla, Pasqualc Forte. Charles Cuidera. Fay Witcher. Edward Miktus. HOME ROOM 207 MRS. DOROTHY NEUSS First Row. left to right: Stephen Zryko. Mrs. Neuss, Anthony Cerruto. Clarence Jones, Ugis Nigals. Frank Femicola, Anthony Hojnacki. Rose Coxson. Charles Taylor. Second Row: John Hill, Victor Velazquez. Geraldine Jenkins. Deborah Stapleton. Nancy Kirchmayr, Jack Cantagallo. Doreen Gallo, Tonilea Pullum, Sharrcn Moses. Anthony Di Bartola. Gregory Williams. Charles Mondalto. Third Row: John Furia. Crystlc May, Judy Ailes. Linda Schaad. Elaine Siciliano, Maria Johnson, Louis Mercado, Stanley Terrell, Lurene White.HOME ROOM 210 MR. HAROLD COLES First Row. loft to right: Mr. Coles. Rocco Andiloro. John Milanak, Hermitt Ward. William Bland. John Wood. Robert Gwyn. Anthony Lcprc. Second Row: Kenneth Lutz. John Philips, Vanzetta McPhcc. Katherine Leonard. Betty Keller. Willie Brown, Irene Hill, Otto Nonnemacher, William Geley, Marvin Reid, Waldemar Montciro. Third Row: Nancy Matol, Yvonne Daniley, Charles Stewart, Angela La Rocca, Susan Adams, Lillie Hill, Francine Henry, Laurel Gaines, Thelma Evans. HOME ROOM 213 MISS RUTH ABOS First Row. left to right: Miss Abos. Carl Lewis. Albert Galvin, Charles Smith, Alan Struck, Robert Bartkowiak, Robert Przychodniecz, Geneva Williams, Charles Corrado. Second Row: William Cambouris, Joseph Piegari, Robert Corrado, Rita Mazzuca, Esther Willcox, Anne Marie Poeta, Gerald Sheehan, Victor Marrero. George Schwarz, Joanne Briggs, Deborah Richardson. Eileen Stickle. Nick Bancer, Edward Tittel. Third Row: Linda Biglm, Maryann Rossi, Phyllis Vitale, Beverley De Maio. Florence Dennis, Diane Bush, Elizabeth Argiro, Deborah Rollins, Leslie Bennett. William Drennen.HOME ROOM 215 MR. ALBERT CALVIN First Row, left to right: Pierre Dcsronleau. Leonard Donofrio. Tyrone Butler, Lmwood Arrington. Leon Melnyczok, Marcelle Mosconc, Lillian Pchura. Mr. Calvin. Second Row: Chester Lee. Kathleen Fazzari, Carris White, Kathleen Griswold. Nancy Helminski, Carmine Tortorcllo, Julia Parks, Gcnnaro Russo. Hazel Ritgcr. Third Row: Diane Agzigian, Maxine James, Beverly Williams. Marion Harris, Linda Stewart. Robert Cavallo, Erica Mohrlang. Carolyn Cook. HOME ROOM 306 MR. LAWRENCE DEL VISCO First Row, left to right: Mr. Del Visco, Harold Johnson. Darrow Igus. Eugene Lane, Vaughn Bodinc, Michael Lacey, Linda Trclla, Brenda Holler. Second Row. Doris Garcia, Narna Riddick. James Ryan. Hollacc Howell, Madeline Oliver, William Carey. Frank Barbasa, Wendy Steward, Jeffery Maltz. Julia Walker, Ronald Cadmus. Raymond Szewczyk. Third Row: Maria Benitez, Rosalyn Jones, Sylvia Shearin, Christine Taylor, Dorothy Nagengast, Jeanette Washington, Jacqueline McClendon. Cynthia Battle. Brian Vitale.HOME ROOM 209 MR. JEROME MARCUS First Row, left fo right: Mr. Marcus. Nicholas Mencor. John McLean. Steven Skorak, Dorothy Jacobson. Brenda Buchner, Carol Ann Celia. Janet Jagentowicz. Second Row: Brian Madden. Mary Wilson, Jacqueline Turner, Nicoletta Sarappa. Rose Ann Romano. Vivian Nctchcl. Anita Etheridge, Carmolla Johnson. Richard Korn. Richard Rasmussen. Richard Caldwell. Third Row: Peter Cruz. Lucius Kee. Winston Jones, Vcronc Jenkins. Althea Jones. Kennith Moscly, James Politan, Ihor Wynarczuk.HOME ROOM 214 MISS JOAN NOVAK First Row, loft to right: Miss Novak, Grover Willcox. Alvin Fudge. Paula Catena. Patricia White. Leo Brown. Juan Remus. Second Row: Candace Clerieo, Kathy Morris. Beverly Sunn. Tamara Burylo, Pat Arace. Joann Armstead. Lynn Handsome, Carole Mincrvino. Third Row: Richard Ascoli, Thomas Coles, Jcssio Coleman, Diane Reed, Barbara Sapp, Michael Ingrassia, John Caprio. HOME ROOM 304 MISS DELPHINE PERUGINE First Row. loft to right: Miss Pcrugine. Willettc Lowther, Karl Kovack, Richard Thomas, Paul Kennedy. Andrew Jagodzin ski. George Meyer. Elva Johnson. Second Row: Joyce Davis. Ann Ulmer, Ralph Mortellito. Arthur Corbley, Lorraine O'Brian. Margaret Green. Timothy Winstead. Addnan Russomanno. Rayford Young. Betty Broogos, Phyllis Cuylcr. Third Row: Richard Shaw. Richard Bailey. Loretta De Masi, Arlene Mangino. Henry Ditta, Carolyn Miele, Linda Loihle. Edmund Dc Noia, Stan Joffc, Claude Wallace.HOME ROOM 308 MR. HARRY GOMMOLL First Row, left to right: Fred Byrd. William Zablocki. Vernon Edwards, Mike Martino. Mike Jaworski. Clarence Drayton, Charles Demorat. Second Row: Elaine Patricco, Anita Brown. Stanley Kidd. Clarence Warren, Martha Cybyk. Edna Green-Bey, William Smith, Lucille Johnson, Phyllis Wood. Richard Grossman. Third Row: Marilyn Rad c, Philip Gelormine, Patricia Kapinus, Janet Cioffi, Gregory Guenther, Linda Feinerman, Joseph Kozak, Linda Torrcgrossa, Evelyn Sheldon. HOME ROOM 309 MR. LOUIS SPINDLER First Row. left to right: John Walters. Michael Szkwarko, Robert Wilckcns. Terrance Glynn. Daniel Cirmeniello. Herbert McNeil, O'Donnell Williams, Milton Battle. Second Row: Mr. Spindler, Anthony Canady. Olga Doroshenko. Gwendolyn Collins, Diane Davis, Juanita Howard, Michael Lieberman, Gwendolyn Burwell, Sally Friedlander, Eileen Tart, Rosemarie Olsen, Larry Pyatt. Third Row: Monroe Smith, Bruce Pcrsing, Norma Green, Joyace Tomasco, Judy Michalski, Margaret Daly, Dorian Adams. Janice West. Stanley Chraminski.HOME ROOM 319 MR. LEONARD MORRIS First Row, left to right: Mr. Morris. George Gelpkc. Eddie Crappse. Margaret Mitchell. Michele Sinkez, Robert Johnson. Arthur Soares, Louis Skeirski. Second Row: Jack Robertello, Joshua Nadel, Charles Murrin, Carol Polistina, Antoinette Uschak, Victoria Salz, Patrick Triano, Beverly Reynolds, Alexander Riddick, John Worth. Third Row: Lyncttc Eddy. Betty Kirschenman, Maria Velenza, Patricia Dennis, Louise Cabana, Cora Fenney, Iris Poskin, Lorraine Rafanello, Carolyn Da Silva. □0000Mr. Lang, my pants are rough and wrinkly. SCOREBOARD A.H.S. Opp. 4 Irving Tech. 6 3 Harrison Tech. ____________________________ 4 7 Bloomfield Tech........................... 5 8 Edison Tech. 10 16 Newark Tech. 8 11 Harrison High...............................2 4 Holy Trinity. 5 6 Oratory .................................. 4 0 Patterson Tech.......................... 10 9 Edison Tech. 10 4 Oratory 5 13 Newark Tech. 21 1 Holy Trinity 16 3 Pingry — 4 2 Irving Tech. 9 12 Bergen Tech. 12 They call this a double play, don't they? First Row, left to right: Ralph Mortcllito, Vinnie Corrado. Steve Kehayes, Ken Garry, Bill Russo, Danny Cirmmicllo. Second Row: Dave Hudson. Ken Brown, Joe Cioffi, John Milton. Joe Towc. Paul Volz, Larry Pyatt, Mr. Lang. (,oach Lang gives a talk on the necessary 'ngredicnts for winning ball games—the head, the heart, and the arm. The 1963 baseball season for Arts closed with a record of four wins out of the sixteen games played There was one tie with Bergen Tech, and two games were rained out. According to Coach Lang, two games (Harrison High and Oratory) were very close. Of the sixteen players on the team, twelve received letter awards. Kenneth Garry made some of the most outstanding plays. Ho! Ho!! Ho!!! o Kneeling, left to right: Capt. Kenny Miller, Co3ch Voller. Rayford Young. Standing, left to right: Joe Evans. Paul Kennedy. John Worth. John Milton. Edward Kennedy. Douglas Randolph, Tyrone Howell, Eugene Lane. Milton Battle. Kenny Brown, and Alvin Fudge.The basketball team enjoyed one of its most successful seasons ending with a 14-7 record. Ken Miller, our captain, was selected on both the Newark News and Star Ledger all-city teams. He and Doug Randolph are considering college scholarships with help from athletics aids-in-grant. The climax of the season was reached when Arts upset highly favored Roselle Park, last year s sectional II champion, in the State Tournament 57-54. In a thriller, the team lost to Clifford Scott, the eventual sectional champ. 63-55. Our boys led until the final three minutes but then slowly the lead slipped away. Mr. Voller was particularly pleased with the team s real fighting spirit, cooperation, and most of all, the skills they developed. Seniors leaving the team are Ken Miller. Douglas Randolph. Joe Evans, Ken Brown. Tyrone Howell. John Milton, and Edward Kennedy who will surely be missed. SCOREBOARD A.H.S. °e - 42 St. Patrick ...................... 43 63 Bloomfield Tech. .... 36 58 Jewish Educational Center . —.....-....... 52 87 Sacred Heart 33 46 Harrison........... .................... 44 89 Edison Tech 56 46 Pingry ... . ............................ 45 44 Irvington Tech...............—............ - 54 79 Edison Tech. 60 81 Newark Tech 47 41 Irvington Tech. 42 58 Bloomfield Tech.---------------------------50 77 Newark Tech 35 76 Paterson Tech.-------------------------- '60 53 St. Patrick .......................... —----- 60 49 Jewish Educational Center..................- 54 59 Oratory ■■■■ ■ —------- 45 56 Holy Trinity 53 45 Harrison 50 STATE TOURNAMENT 57 Roselle Park------------------------------ 54 53 Clifford Scott ----------------------------61 Too hot to handle! You put your right hand down . . . You pick the basketball up.Kenny Miller attempts to score but loses the ball to the brilliant array of superstars: the Globe-Trotting Mr. Morris, the Mighty Mr. Tobia. and the Amazing Mr. Thomas. The Faculty-Varsity Basketball Game and Dance is always one of the most delightful social-athletic highlights of the school year. It's a must on everyone's engagement calendar. The game is traditionally an exciting one packed with suspense until the final moments even though the faculty team is always a "prohibitive-' favorite. The prospect of having the educators as sure-winners does not appear to dampen the spirits of our inexperienced varsity players though they admit privately that they are sometimes filled with an uneasiness that approaches dread. Our faculty squad members are all dribble artists, veteran strategists, phenomenal ball handlers and shot-makers of fantastic ability. Naturally we all anticipate a great basketball show and anxiously await the rugged struggle of these superbly matched teams. There’ll be some artful manuevering on the dance floor, too! oTHIS IS THE GAME THAT WAS postponed from March 6 to April 10 because of the Bus strike. Since this publication went to press before the game was played. Artie Swamis got a preview of the major battle by gazing into their crystal ball which revealed the following: It all began when members of Arts High's Faculty gathered to meet the mighty Varsity. As the starting time neared, the tension grew; all waited with bated breath for the battle. The buzzer rang and with a hop. skip, and a jump the Varsity was off. A little two step by Mr. Tobia marked the Faculty's entrance. Mr. Gentile, tried to devise the right formula for a sure fire basket but it resulted in two points for the adversary. Mr. Thomas soon found that it took more than a little Physics to score against the Varsity. Mr. Lang proved that brawn and brains must go hand in hand while Mr. Knobler showed how a little craft could get that ball between the weaving. Mr. Coles was upstaging everyone while Mr. Calvin went off on a tangent. Mr. Morris fighting all the way. made history play by play while. "Twinkle Toes Vollcr" counseled the crew and saved, the day. The Varsity tried their best but with Mr. Steisel there to help extrapilate the "dater" how could the results not fractify in favor of the good old faculty. Observe Mr. Lang's offensive play. Mr. Gentile's clever strategy. Mr. Vollcr's fancy footwork and Mr. Knobler's superb ball handling.SOCCER First Row, left to right: Michael Szkwarko, Kenneth Garry, Walerij Kyrejko, John Milton, Kenneth Brown, Joshua Dancy, Alan Bala-banow, Alvin Fudge. Second Row: Gregory Guenther. Jerry Gimble, Howard Cushner, Anthony Di Bartolo. John Iwanechko, Stanley Chraminski. Robert Millard. Third Row: Mr. Lang, Joshua Nadel. Charles Dcmorat, Robert Prychadniecz, Andrew Jagodzinski, Michael Joworski. Charles Smith, Leon Mclnyczok, Arthur Soares, Joseph Mantelmacher. Introducing the "Soccer Twist.' "That's using your head”."The Spectator Sportsman.” "Collision Course." Through the determination and hard work of the players, under the able coaching of Mr. Lang, our soccer team met with success in its first year of competition. Although posting an unimpressive record, the boys played a tough schedule, losing many games by close scores. The team and Coach Lang were commended by opposing coaches as well as by officials. The lack of equipment didn't hinder the players from getting into a game. Despite the loss of 5 graduating seniors we have a promising group of boys for next season, and hope soon to see a championship trophy at Arts. SCOREBOARD A.H.S. 2 Opp. 0 1 4 0 3 0 East Side 4 1 3 1 3 1 West Side 7First Row. left to right: Richard Mohr. Ihor Wynarczuk. Michael Jaworski, Andrew Jagodziruki, Terry Glynn, Vernan Edwards, Ugis Nigals, Reggie Jenkins, Robert Cabot, Larry Pyatt, Gary Seaman. Second Row: Mr. Knobler, Alan Balabanow, John Matol. John Cortes. Hermitt Ward. Arnold Siegendorf. Alex Schwcc. Howard Cushnir, Josh Nadcl. Ronnie Dc Roxtra, Jerry Gmble. Charles Guidcra, Eugene Gelpke, Richard Kom, (Manager). This season the swimming team, under the coaching of Mr. Knobler has the strongest team since 1952 when Arts won the City Championship. After stroking to an excellent record of 10 wins against only 4 defeats, our swimmers tied Barringer for fourth place in the City Championship Meet. There were eight teams competing In the city meet, Ihor Wynarezuk took third in the 100 yard backstroke; Gary Seaman, fourth in the 40 yard free style; Terry Glynn, fourth in the 100 yard butterfly and Reggie Jenkins. Vernon Edwards, and Terry Glynn teamed up to capture silver medals in the 160 yard free style relay. During the regular season a swimming meet consists of ten events. The distances of these events range from 40 yards to 400 yards. Terry Glynn, who will serve as next year's captain, was the leading scorer for the team this year with 81 points.Coach Knobler gives the boys a pep talk SCOREBOARD A.H.S. Opp. 52 West Side .............................. 33 41 East Rutherford ..................... 18 60 Central----------------------------------25 36 Vailsburg 50 48 West Side .............................. 38 47 Barringer — 38 57 South Side ...... 27 58 Central . -............. 27 37 East Side ------------------------------ 49 21 WecquahJc ..........-....-.................. 67 57 South Side ______________________________29 31 Vailsburg .55 47 Camden County 39 Splash, splash! Ready for the next dash . . .Now they’re spreading their wings for the finish line The track team in 1963 had a fine season with a dual record of 5 wins against only 2 losses. They culminated this by placing third in the State Vocational Technical Meet and fifth in the Annual City Meet. The hard working team, which was spearheaded by captain Tom Lambright exemplified exceptional strength in both the track and field events. The high scorer for the team was Harvey Knox who ran the low hurdles, high hurdles, and the broad jump. Tommy Lambright. a consistent scorer in the quarter mile was given plenty of help by teammate John McLean. Vincent Holmes, a devoted half miler was elected as this year's captain. Robert Caldwell. Bobby Fuller and Martin Cirskey were consistent I’ll put shot number III into orbit before the Russians do! Top Row from left: Bob Rush. Matt Swajkowski. Gary Seaman. Mchacl Martino. Edward Kennedy. Tyrone Howell. Douglas Randolph. Mr Thomas. Martin Cirskey. Tom Lambright. Edward Tittel. Alan Struck. Harvey Knox. Alex Schwec. Ralph Porzilli. M,ddle Row: Alvin Fudge. Carl Kovack. Robert Caldwell. William Bland. Ronald Rogers. Linwood Arington. Clarence Drayton. Greg Williams William Griffin. Charles Taylor. Bottom Row: Ben Johnson, Mike Jaworski. Vincent Holmes. John Coleman. John’McLean. Belton Brevard, Spenser Robinson. Donald Brown, Robert Fuller. TRACK TEAM William Griffin strides effortlessly over a high hurdle. scorers in the 100 and 220 yard dashes The mainspring of the team was the pole vault. Gary Seaman our Newark Record holder in that event will be joined this year by a very good vaulter in John Iwanechko who was ineligible last year. The mile run had two good striders in Alvin Fudge and William Bland who are young and show promise for forthcoming years. Douglas Randolph and Tyrone Howell were consistent scorers in the high jump; William Griffin and Clarence Drayton. broad jumpers, will be back again next year. In the shot put. Gary Seaman was a consistent scorer and Carl Kovack. Matt Swajkowski and Allan Struck covered the other weight events. Is he riding an imaginary bucking bronco? Gary Seaman displays the correct form for the pole vault. The Cheering Squad members, with their bubbling enthusiasm, have kept up the morale of the team throughout the entire season. We are happy to say that this has been one of our best years, and the girls have made everyone at Arts proud of them. Under the expert guidance of Miss Abos. tryouts are held in the spring of the year. The applicants must receive written approval from all school teachers stating that they have sufficient time after school to contribute the necessary hours for the practice which makes our girls so outstanding. Neatness, cordiality, sportsmanship, and alertness are among their valuable assets. Sitting and Kneeling, left to right: Elaine Patricco. Marie Valenza, Vickie Salz, Jeanne Cambouris, Camille Mazzocchi, Anna Marie Poeta, Sherry Miller. Standing: Jackie Turner, Penelope Poe. Vivian King. Rita Mazzuca, Maria La Rocca. Not Present: Poledi George. Kneeling, left to right: Deborah Rollins. Jeanette Penney. Chrystal May. Joyce Davis, Anita Brown. Linda Shad. Diane Bush, Lorcen White, Faye Witcher. Standing: Loukia Moustakas. Beverly Dunn. Donna Gough, Joann Armstead, Lorraine Rafanello.VARSITY CLUB A D COACHES The Varsity Club is open to all boys who have won Varsity letters in the school’s athletic activities which include basketball, baseball. swimming, soccer and track. Under the able supervision of Mr. Steisel. the Club sponsors the popular Faculty-Varsity Game and Dance and the Volleyball Game and Dance. Later in the season one of the highlights of the club year is the Varsity Dinner which is held for all members. This includes the Varsity letter winners, the coaches, the cheerleaders. Dr. Lewis. Mrs. Geller. and other members of the faculty who are invited guests. Left to right: Mr. Milton Knobler, Mr. Victor Thomas, Mr. George Voller, Mr. George Steisel, Mr. John Lang. First Row, left to right: Mr. Voller, Mr. Knobler. Alan Balabanow. John Matol. Robert Fuller, Kenny Garry, Mr. Steisel. Mr. Lang. Second Row Tyrone Howell. Kenny Miller, Ralph Mortcllito, Jimmy Politan, Rojean Carroll, Vinnie Corrado, John Iwanechko, Spencer Robinson. Third Row: Andrew Jagodzinski, Richard Mohr. Mike Jaworski, Joe Evans. William Griffin, Clarence Drayton. Edward Kennedy. Fourth Row: Danny Cirminielk). Vernon Edwards. Terry Glynn. Joshua Dancy. Vincent Holmes. Kenny Brown, Richard Caldwell, John McLean. Top Row: Ihor Wynarczuk, Larry Pyatt, Gary Seaman, John Milton, Alvin Fudge. Reginald Jenkins, Douglas Randolph.Slumber now, beloved child CHRISTMAS FAIR Glory to God m the Highest!' "Behold then, the angel of the Lord came upon them . . . The attack of the "A" men. The Christmas Fair is an all out effort by the student body to raise funds for the Vignette, our school yearbook. For weeks in advance an air of anticipation and suspense fills the school as students work together turning cloth into lustrous costumes, lumps of clay into pottery, and a host of odds and ends into useful household gadgets. The evening soon arrives and displayed are the fruits of long hours of labor. Painting, ceramics, enamels, and hand sewn articles are only a few of the art projects available for sale. The cake sale, white elephant sale, and wishing well are added attractions to this wholly enjoyable evening. Finally the enchanted hour arrives when the annual Christmas pageant is performed. As the archangel, in full attire, stands motionless the chorus beains "The Christmas Story" by Ron Nelson. In the series of tableaux which follow the whole Christmas story is depicted. The glory and pageantry lasts but a short time but the memory of this evening lingers. Experiments in good eating. □0000Sanding, left to right: Mike Martino. Richard Korn, Stanley Joffe, Carl Kovaesh. Carolee Koemo. Richard Mohr, Louis Wilk, John D'Almeida. Stanley Karccwzki. Nick Bancer. Alec Schwec. Sitting: George Schwarz. Nancy Karzmarjki. Oottie Von Ende. Donna Revello, Charles Guidaitis, Bill Graziano, Walerij Kyrejko. The Craftsmen's Group is a unique organization composed of art and music students which is dedicated to developing appreciations of hand craftsmenship and to the execution of personal creation. It A IT I) The Group has an active membership of approximately 1 5 people LltilFltjIllljll IS IIII U 1 I and has no officers or regular meeting dates or time. One of the most popular activities has been a number of fascinating trips to museums and art galleries in New York City. The members do work in stain glass, silver, copper, enameling and woodwork. They make rings, pins and other objects of beauty. The popular red Valentine hearts for the Senior Dance were made by this group. In its entirety, the chorus has one hundred and eighty members. The students attend chorus classes everyday where they rehearse the songs to be sung at the next performance. Mr. Pickett has the sole responsibility of teaching the music for the various performances. The students study and rehearse for this from September to November. Then the pressure is on again to get the songs ready for the Christmas Fair Pageant and the Winter Concert. After these performances, all attention focuses on the forthcoming opera. The opera or musical is the most brilliant production of the year. There is always a full house to view the show. After the opera, work is started for the Spring Concert, the Easter assembly and the Kiwanis Club program. During the course of the year our chorus makes trips to other schools and sings on other important occasions. The last song is sung on graduation night.First Row, left to right: Elva Johnson. Phyllis Katz. Tammy Burylo. Marion Tarr. Second Row: Josefine Nowak. Helen Prtulo. Mario Santos. Georgeanna Gaston. Nancy Hclminski. Janice West. Norma Green. Third Row: Janet Cioffi, Marilyn Lewitter, Iris Peskin, Carolyn Da Silva. Olga Doroshenko. Michael Lieberman, Mr. FRENCH CLUB The French Club meets every other Wednesday for a bit of song, dance, and general knowledge about France and its people. At the meetings members, under Mr. Del Visco’s careful supervision, give reports on French writers, painters, and other topics of interest. A few of the members have French pen pals with whom they keep up a lively correspondence. Del Visco. OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America is a club organized for the benefit of those students who think they would like a teaching career. Under the direction of Mr. Vollert these students get an over-view of the teaching field. They make field trips to colleges offering teacher training courses and. during regular meetings. discuss the many facets of the teaching field. Their meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each First Row. left to right: Faye Kennedy. Camille Mazzocchi, Vivian King. Anna Lcporc. Second Row: Patricia Fredrich, Diane Bush. Ruby Hutson. Polodi George. Sheila Carter. Third Row: Francine Thornton. Jacqueline Saunders. Doris Maxwell. Fourth Row: Kathy Criswold. Thelma Evans. Standing: Harriet Wyatt. Geneva Williams. Iris Wilsco. Patricia White. Kathleen Fazzari. Marilyn Nemerowicz. Janet Cioffi. Joanne Briggs. Brenda Haffler. Tina Holley. Joseph Russon-iello. Mr. Voller. Julia Parks. Tilola May. Valerie Mason. Maxine James. Sheryl Miller. Dolores Goresh, Geraldine Jenkins, Linda Broadnax. month. The Bowling Club is a voluntary activity sponsored by the Board of Education. To join, a girl must have the consent of her parents and must also obtain accident insurance. A girl must show definite interest; attend meetings regularly before she is permitted to bowl with the club. Under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Donovan, the bowling club meets every Wednesday between 3 and 5:30 at the Bowl-O-Mat. Left to right: Lcukia Mcostakas, Carolyn Carter. Ann Martino, Jolyn Tartaglia. ('Ll IIGIRLS’ GLEE (LIB This club gives art students as well as music students a chance to develop their talents. Under the direction of Mrs. Shapiro these girls participate in our winter and spring concerts. Every year they display their rich harmony in a special assembly program. Meetings are every Tuesday and Friday afternoons. The members receive report card grades rather than extracurricular credit for their participation. First Row, left to right: Nicolcttc Sarappa, Deborah Rollins, Laurel Gaines, Christine Taylor. Francinc Henry. Arlene Mangino. Faye Witcher. Leslie Bennett, Maxine James, Jacqueline McClendon. Betty Broogos, Janet Cioffi, Diana Chertok. Lurir.c White, Joan McRae. Carla Berzon. Second Row: Eleanor Register. Deborah Stapleton. Carrie White. Linda Stewart. Jacqueline Turner. Harriet Wyatt, Mary McConnaughcy. Arlene La Marr. Judy Ailcs. Cheryl Day. Robin Graff. Patricia Fcderick, Elaine Zenna, Tilola May. Crystle May. Third Row: Deboray Richardson. Nadine Knight, Phyllis Johnson, Rebecca Reid. Geneva Williams, Margaret Quigloy, Vansctta McFec. Crystle Jones. Joyce James. Valerie Price. Linda Jordan. Vcrncllc Batts. Julia Parks. Lillian Melvin. Dolores Oliver. First Row, left to right: Gregory Williams, Linda Jordan. Brenda Hopfer, Joanne Briggs, William Graziano, Laurel Gaines. Second Row: Charles Stewart, Lillie Hill, Marion Harris, Faye Witcher. Stanley Terrell, Joseph Russoniello, Manossch Boyer. Third Row: Kathleen Fazzari, Willie Brown. Stanley Kidd. Charles Scott. Ross Coxson. Audrey Decker. Edna Green Bey, Mary McConnaughcy. Stanley Charminski. Last Row: Mr Coles. The Japanese Club is one of our newer extracurricular activities. Under the capable supervision of Mr. Coles the group meets every Wednesday. Members discuss Japanese customs, government, history, geography. and current events in addition to the alphabet and the structure of the Japanese language. The students have taken an educational tour of New York visiting the Asian society and enjoying a Japanese movie and plan other interesting field trips in the future. LIBIUKV GUILD The Library Guild is made up of conscientious students who willingly spend their study periods and before and after-school hours assisting our librarian Miss Yuker. They work at the charge-desk, mend books and magazines, type cards, shelve books, and do some filing. The members also have time for some fun. During the school year the guild members take trips to New York City, and always look forward to their annual picnic. For services rendered, these zealous workers obtain A-pin credit, plus valuable experience in library work. First Row, left to right: Dolores Gorcsh. Kathy Schweitzer, Carla Berzon, Patricia Dciolin. Hollace Howell. Poledi George. Second Row: Miss Yuker, Kathleen Guswold. Crystal Jones. Carolyn Cook, Eileen Stirklc, Elizabeth Argiro, Sal Di Bella, Marion Tarr. Tammy Burylo, Rebecca Reid. Charles Ercolano. Third Row: Leonard Troiano. Fred Byrd. Martin Galanty. Mafalda White, Victor Marrero. Charles Scott. John Milton.First Row, loft to right: Miss R. Meyerson, Marilyn Lewittcr. Diana Rodriguez, Leslie Bennett. Caro lee Koenig. Vice President, Leslie Fried. President. Alberta Ulmer. Secretary, Geraldine Jenkins, Arlene Mangino, Maureen Denning. Maria Rey. Second Row: Thomas Norulak, Victor Marrero. Deborah Richardson, Michael Lieberman, Ann Ulmer, Olga Dorshenko. Francinc Thornton, Danny Clrmin-iello, Joseph Mantlemachcr, Curtis Watkins, Martin Galanty, Morris Wyatt, William Gclcy, Wayne Simon. MATH I’LLB The Math Club with Miss Meyerson as faculty advisor is an organization which helps develop the mathematical interest of its members by offering activities which include Recreational and functional mathematics. Each meeting includes a program prepared and presented by a guest or by a student member. Other activities include puzzles, recreational mathematics and biographical sketches of famous mathematicians and scientists. Often the group attends lectures and demonstrations outside of school. All students who have at least a year of the subject and a fascination for mathematics are eligible for membership. Kneeling, left to right: Robert Johnson, John Ivanechko. Sitting: Joe Pacheco. Ken Lutz. Juan Kemus. btandmg: Walerij Kyrejko. Nikolay Makarcw. Charles Gudaitis. PHYSICAL FITNESS CLUB The Physical Fitness Club organized last year at the suggestion of Julius Taylor and Kenneth Mazey, two ex-Arties, is a completely student organized group, with Mr. Gentile and Mr. Coles acting as moderators for the group. The members. who set up their own programs work in groups concentrating on gymnastics, weightlifting and wrestling. They use such equipment as high bars, parallel bars, horses and tumbling mats. The members meet once a week during the fall and winter seasons.The A-Pin is awarded to deserving students by the Student Council in the latter part of each semester. In order to earn this pin along with other criteria, a student must have given consistent and outstanding service to the school in activities or clubs which give no other award. Each student in the school is eligible to earn the A-pin. Points are accumulated from the freshman year, although a student must be in his junior or senior year to be eligible for the award. Sitting, left to right: Karen Costa. Jeanne Cambouris. Barbara Mclino. Phylis John-son. Standing: Deborah Kounclias. Mr. Rickcnbackcr. Richard Thomas. Ralph Por-zilli, Fred Byrd. Arthur Corbley. Nancy Karsmarski. Under the direction of Mrs. Hiller the High School Red Cross is a very active and productive organization. Its purpose is to lend a helping hand whenever it can and bring some happiness into the lives of others. Their activities include service to such institutions as hospitals, homes for the aged and day nurseries. The students make delicious cookies, attractive party favors, traymats, decorative bookmarks and lovely sewing kits. IIED CROSS First Row. left to right: Morris Umansky, Linda Behler, Maria Rcy. Dolores Goresh. Sandra Reed. Josefine Nowak. Virginia Pardo. Linda Broadnax. Second Row: Maria Sandos, Diane Rodriguez, Faye Witcher, Mike Ingrassia, Elwood Ellis, Marilyn Nemcrowicz, Jill Caruso. Willettc Lawthcr. Third Row: Joseph Russoniello. Cheryl Alien. Jeannie Horwicck. Jennifer Blackledgc. Meldon Jenkins. Constance Allington, Lorraine Daniels. Paula Bishop. Eleanor Register. Fourth Row: Judy Pavolick. Marion Tarr, Marguentc Pisciotta. Lorraine Porter. Brenda Hofler, Geneva Williams. Christine Taylor. Tilola May. Patricia Fredericks Fifth Row: Dorothy Lee. Susan March. Linda Jordan. Cheryl Day. Faye Kennedy. Francine Henry. Margaret Quigley, Penelope Powe. Sixth Row: Nila Sagendorf, Patricia Hospoder. Sybillc Schellack, Nancy Campbell, Rebecca Reid. Deborah Stapleton. Joyce Davis, Traci Jenkins. Seventh Row: Mrs. Hiller. William Carey. Richard Vitale. Arlene La Marr, Geraldine Jenkins. Eighth Row: holding banner: Phyllis Johnson, Vemelle Batts. oscore I STUDENT COUNCIL The stage crew members under the direction of Messrs. Marcus and Gommoll, are a group of hardworking, dedicated boys. The boys are responsible for sound equipment and staging. One of their major duties is the preparation for the opera production. The boys do everything from building and painting scenery to providing sound effects and lighting. They all enjoy their work and. besides gaining A-pin credit, learn valuable skills. Our school newspaper, the Scope, is the best guide for all of our school activities. Under the able direction of Mr. Rickenbacker and a few editors, the Scope’s reporters cover everything from sports, assemblies, dances, and clubs to V.I.P.'s, etc. The staff members do a remarkably fine job offering many well-written articles of interest to a variety of readers. Anyone, reporter or otherwise with a juicy tidbit of gossip, an opinion to air, or an original story is welcome in the Scope office. STAGE CREW Left fo right: Richard Thomas. Terrance Glynn, Mr. Rickenbacker. Fred Byrd. Marion Tarr, Michael Licberman. Howard Wcidner. Left to right: Edward Tittel, Arthur Corbley, Mr. Marcus, James Starkey, and John Hill. The Student Council is the legislative organ of the student government. Every Thursday after school, two representatives from each homeroom and one from each club meet to handle such matters as arranging dances, selecting A-pin candidates, contacting other schools, and many more which the student body present themselves. The Council tries to meet the wishes of the school. This was shown especially this year through a questionnaire of student opinion on many topics, and by prompt response to student’s wishes, after these were all collected. Among the most successful Student Council functions were International Day. the Annual F.C. Seam-ster Scholarship Fund Dance, and the Freshman Orientation Program. Bottom Row, left to right: Francine Viola. Diane Rodriguez. Ronald De Roxtra. Richard Vitale, Leslie Mitchell, Elaine Orefice. First Row: Lillian Melvin, Gwen Thomas. Janet Cioffi, Dottio Von Ende, Judy Pavolick, Nancy Karmarski, Steven Kehayes, Eleanor Register, Arlene Mangino, Debbie Kounclias, Barbara Mclino, Dottic Lee. Loretta De Masi. Second Row: Olga Doroshcnka. Patricia White. Phyllis Cuyler, Michele Sinkcz. Phylis Johnson. Francine Thornton. Richard Mohr. Shelia Carter. Barbara Bennett. Carolcc Koenig. Tammy Burylo, Gwen Collins. Carolyn Da Silva. Mrs. Bohannon Top Row: Sandra Davis. Charles Stewart. Diane Chcrtok. Debbie StJpleton. Jeraldine Jenkins. Valery Mason. Fred Byrd. Marilyn Ncmerowitz, William Carey. Julia Walker, Elizabeth Argiro, Erica Morlang, Laurel Gaines. Mary Connauchly.mu nit iiiinitsTHi Participating in parades, concerts, and assembly programs are some of the activities of our school Band. Under the leadership of Mr. Tobia, the types of music vary from classical and novelty tunes to music from Broadway shows. The delightful, harmonious programs presented demonstrate the ability of these musicians and indicate the reasons for their recognition and selection of some of the group for membership in the All-State Band. Under the baton of Mr. Pesile. the Arts High School Orchestra had distinguished itself as an unusually fine group participating in many assembly programs, concerts, and operas. The orchestra has provided many memorable performances and its members are invited to participate in the All-City and the All-State Orchestras.Will VII. IIO Olt SOCIETY First Row. left To right: Barbara Melino. Jeanne Cambouris. Karen Costa. Arthur Wassmer. Second Row: Barbara Bennett Joseph Man-telmacHer Nancy K.irsmarski, Anna Lcpore. Third Row: Margaret Quigley. Carolee Koenig. George Smishkcwych. Leslie Fried. Fourth Row: Matthew Swajkowski. Phylis Johnson. Deborah Kounclias. Janice Hall. Dorothy Lee. Fifth Row: Rocco Sica. John Matol. Dorothy Von Endc. George Worshakiwsky. The National Honor Society embodies the high ideals of Arts High: good citizenship, character, leadership and scholarship. Members selected by a faculty council and are inducted into the society during an impressive, traditional candlelight ceremony that is followed by a reception in the gallery. Each December the National Honor Society plays host to the alumni. This social event is a rewarding experience both for faculty and graduates. The members also serve as ushers at our operas and concerts as student aides and on the day our entrance examinations are held Our chapter of the National Honor Society, named in honor of our former vice-principal Miss M. Bernice Hamilton, is under the expert supervision of Miss David. oMrs. Furst. our genial senior class co-advisor has gained the respect of all who know her. As an experienced, dedicated history teacher who expects the best performance from her students, she is willing and eager to tutor pupils needing extra help. Although Mrs. Furst has no favorite students, once you have earned her friendship, you’ll have it always. She’s a perfect example of a hard-working, sincere educator who has had a great influence on her many students. They not only admire her but are grateful to her for what she has taught them about the political, social and economic problems of the world in which we live. JOSEPH REUTER B.A. Latin Mr. Reuter is a strong believer in the principle of "live and let live.” As a teacher, Mr. Reuter shows a deep interest in his students and offers advice and leadership whenever requested. In his role as co-advisor of the Senior Class, he has helped to organize all our activities. Latin and Mr Reuter have been linked simultaneously at Arts for eight years, but more recently he has also been teaching English. Although he appears to be a man of few words, his students soon discover that on occasion, he can also be easy-QOing and carefree. His eyes reveal understanding, wisdom, and friendliness. He accomplishes much, quietly and thoroughly. The Senior Class appreciates his valuable assistance. LORNA R FURST B A.. M E History SEAIOR HOMEROOM TEACHERS ALFRED GENTILE B.S. Mathematkt RUTH MEYERSON BA. Mathematics MISS GLADYS HOWARD B.S., M A. Art ALLAN ). SHAPIRO B A., M A History Mr. Gentile's warm iovial smile is matched only by his personality and h«s subtle humor. His genuine inten est in his students creates a relaxing. harmonious atmosphere He h never too busy to give a tew minutes time to d.spairmg geometry end algebra students. Although generally easy ooing. it is well known especially among his homeroom students he tolerates no unnecessary nonsense. He has found time to participate in many after school activities and volunteers his services whenever possible. All of these factors have helped to make Mr. Gentile a well l ed and respected teacher. o Miss Howard «s a rugged individualist who strives for perfection in herself and her students An excellent teacher possessing an active. curious mind, she accepts no statement without first questioning if. Although she always maintains strict discipline, her high spirit, cheerful outlook, and dynamic personality have added much to the atmosphere of her classes A well-rounded person who has traveled extensively throughout the world. Miss Howard can discuss the customs, politics, and cultures of many countries in a fascinating manner. Her art lectures arc always both provocative and inspiring. She is well-loved, admired and respected by all who have come to know her during her years at Arts High. A grand seme of humor coupled with a keen mind and driving energy are part of the forceful personality that is Miss Meyerson. She is always ready to lend a helping hand to all students who are interested in learning. Besides serving as faculty advisor to the Math Club in which she both inspires and drives us. she concerns herself with cur other grot and school wide activities. Among tho most impressive things about her are her patience and her desire to assist us with problems and her constant encouragement. Her homeroom members fully appreciate her guidance and will long remember her as a very warm hearted person. One can always recognize Mr. Shapiro by the aura that surrounds him—a cloud of warmth, good humor. understanding, sincerity and dedication A truly great teacher, he is an expert in two subjects history and character development. The latter was taught in Homeroom 318. and done so well, that we who participated didn't realize what was happening until the results became noticeable. He firmly believes that a store-house of knowledge is not sufficient to make students constructive Citizens He teaches by example, installing in us a sense of duty and responsibility as well as a real desire for self-improvement. He it also a fop flight business man. as evidenced by his performance as financial advisor for both Scope and Vignotte.KARIN COSTA "Shorty" ... a faithful friend ... a warm congenial manner . . . dedicated ... a bowler ... a piano player . . . National Honor Society member . . . choose matching separate for casual dress . . . Mr. Yablick, Mr. Tcfcla and chemistry are tops on her hit parade . . . Kathy Higgins. Ed Betz. Lewis Wilk and Charles Gudaiti are her special friends ... a Rubcnstein fan . . . wants to attend Newark College of Engineering CAROLE! KOENIG Sweet, friendly and guiet ... a dedicated art ma,or . . . can usually be found n homeroom talking to her friend . . enioys mathematics. Mis Meycrscn's classes, and .Math Club . . . has a smile for everyone . . . outstanding dresser . . . en,oys the friendly attitude of student and teachers . . . dreams of Pratt or Cooper Union . . . lives for art, art, art. PHYUS BRENDA JOHNSON Friendly . . . ambitious . . . even tempered . . . sincere . . . kind . . , honest . . . helpful . . . faithful .. . enjoy classical music . . . jazz . . . reading .. . English . . . dancing . . . roller-skating . . . basketball . . . fudge ... pet peeves: sloppy dressers, teased hair . . . intimate friends are Vern-elle Batts. Eleanor Register. Arlene La Varr . . . most appreciates tvstory and English teachers . . . Sunday School teacher. Choir member. Cub Scout Aide. CURTIS THOMAS WATKINS A friendly fellow ... jolly ... well-intentioned... has no spare time... close friends are Vincent Holmes. Merv.n McGraw. and Phyllis Johnson . . . participates m Band. Chorus. Math Club. Vignette, and the All-State Chorus activities . . . likes classical and jazz music . . . admire Mr. Pickett . . . talks to himself and admit it! ... a conservative dresser . . . model cor enthusiast . . . plays piano . . . loves food . . . plans a career as a music or math teacher.ANNUNZIATO AMORESANO STANLEY ANDRUCHOWITZ PATRICIA AILES ALAN BALABANOW i KATHLEEN DIANA BARCLIFF VERNELLE BATTS ROCHELLE BARLETTA GWEN BEALPATRICIA AILE$ Pat like children . . . plant fo bo elementary school teacher . . . enjoys football games. economic geography, TV. English. home oom . . . will attend a ttate college ... it thy and quiet . . . likes to read Jamet Baldwin'! novclt . . . hat participated in Sew.ng Club. Future Teachert of America. Girlt' Glee Club . . . outside interests include Youth Fellowship Group. Social Club, and choir . . . friends arc Charles Scott. Penny Powe. Ricki Reddick. Stanley K«dd. and Saundra Powell. ANNUNZIATO AMORISANO Friendly . . . happy-go-lucky . . . popular ... a continental drottcr . . . paints and sings. or reads in tpare time . . . Mr. Spmdlcr and Michelangelo are topi . . . usually enjoys crooning a tunc with friends Mike Rudit, Richard Velardo. Jack Robcrtcllo. and Vmme Corrado . . . potential art teacher . . . will attend Montclair State College STANLEY ANORUCHOWITZ Better known as Stash . . . friends are Billy Russo. Joseph Di Carlo. Anthony Nardiello. Richard Mohr, Angelo Leva. Wayne La Russo. Henry Gibki . . . plans to enlist n one of the Armed Forces . . . likes casual clothes, football. Mr. Morris, and watching television . . . interested m mechanics . . . bowls . . . just a hint of mischief in those roguish eyes . . . loads of fun. ALAN BALABANOW Quiet as a mouse . . expresses himself through art . . frequents Mr. Gommoil's room . . . always with John D'Almeida, Henry Schroeck, and Kenny Garry . . . Swimming Team , . Varsity Club, Craftsmen's Guild . . . commercial artist . . . sports enthusiast ... a true friend ... a good sport . . . soccer fan . . . fisherman . . . water skier. KATHLEEN DIANA BARCLIFF A true extrovert . . . great personality . . . usually gay and jubilant . . . talkative . . . likes the company of Pat White. Judy Pavolick, Reggie Jenkins, and Vmme Holmes . . Instrumental classes, fire drills, and Spanish are special . . . Howard University . . . Orchestra. Sewing Club. Student Council, and Future Teachert of America . . . Jazz listener . . . football games spectator . . . letter writer . . . casual dresser... abhors the name "wabbit." ROCHELLE BARLETTA Rush is a very fr.endly person . . . liked by all . . . well groomed . . . always up with the latest . . . Newark State Teachers College . . . Raymond occupies most of her time along with her school work . . . Janice Hall. Polcdi George. Margo Lanein. Elaine Ulozas. Carolee Koenig, Jeanette Van der Gyle are close friends . . . most pleased with the Christmas Fair and Mr Morris's history classes . . . restricted lunch periods displease her . . . listening to modern iazz is one pastime . . . Paul Klee and Emily Bronte claim Ruth's admiration. VERNELLC BATTS Friendly . . . witty . . . dependable . . . humorous . . . kind . . . enjoys choral music, sewing, singing, reading, television, and Music Appreciation . . . favorite expression. "O Deg!" . . . finds pleasure in being with Phylis Johnson. Valerie Price, and Eleanor Register . . . church choir member . . . ready grin, a helping hand and a sympathetic car . . . loyal to friends and school. GWEN BEAL ' Freshie'' is a serious thinker . . . genuine personality . . . loves fun and being with friends . . . considers herself an average person . . . sweet . . . charming ... a ready smile . . . fashion illustrator . . . Pratt Institute . . . painting and sketching fill her spare time . . . "Well, all right" . . . likes boys . . . archery . . . Elizabeth Taylor . . . member of Red Cross. Sewing Club, and Spanish Club . . . friends are Kathie Barcliff. Valerie Price, and Cora Bigelow. BARBARA C. BENNETT Friendly . . . extremely talkative . . . great sense of humor . . . college bound . . . good friends. Gail Briere. Charles Gudaitis. Kathie Higgins, and Jam e Hall . . . always has something in her mouth . . . classical music . . . Newark Youth Council . . Honor student ... no frills ... no spare time . . . versatility unlimited ... an inexhaustible supply of words . . . dreamy demeanor cloaking a wide-awake brain. EDWARD BETZ Athletic . . . friendty . . . "sharp" . . . warm smile . . . bright blue eyes . . . lifts weights to keep In trim . . . listens to popular music when not playmg the saxophone, clarinet or flute . . . Mr. Tobia is fops . . . close friends are Karen Costa. Lew s Wtlk. Walcrij Kyreiko. Wayne La Russo . . . Oreat sense of humor . . . allergic to homework ... a music major at Montclair State College BARBARA C. BENNETTCORA BIGELOW CURT BLASCO PHILLIP BRADBURY GAIL BRIERE LINDA BROADNAX e KENNETH BROWN JEANNE MARIE CAMBOURISCORA BIGELOW Neat . . . quiet . . quick wit ted . . . intelligent . . . basketball fan . . . enjoy painting and sketching . is a good cook ... a great babysitter and a prolific letter writer . . . admire Miss David. Mi Abo , and Mr. Morri . . . chum arc Imogen Whitaker. Faye Kennedy. Gwen Beal . . . actively participate in Student Council, Girl ' Glee Club. Future Teacher of America. Scope activities . . . will fudy at Howard University . . . aim to teach. CURT BLASCO Shy . . fun loving . . , can bo found with Ronald Geleallen. Jce Dl Carlo, and Tony Nardiello . . . member of the C.Y 0. and Y.M.C.A. . . . favorite include jazz. pizza, basketball, and girl . . , enjoy Steinbeck. Irving, and Wallace ... a basketball fan ... a piano player ... a neat dresser . . . a mania for sleeping—at any time. PHILLIP BRADBURY "Byronic." tall and blue-eyed . . like art. Dali . . . plans to attend college to become an English teacher ... hi favorite food is tcak . . . like skiing, billiard , and short tone . . . claim to be an introvert . . . well read . . . doesn't like crowd . . . Phil will always be remembered by hi fnend a a sincere, self-reliant individual. GAIL BRIIRE Soft blonde hair and a ready imil . . . Math Club . . . Orchc fra . . . Vignette . . . lo t without Barbara Bennett or Alberta Ulmer . . . Mis Meycr on . . . Rainbow Girl and Luther League . . . Sandy Hook In the rain . . . don't mention those green gymsuits . . . we'll never forget our Gail. LINDA BROADNAX An extreme individualist . . . ha a tmile for everyone . . . talkative . . . well-oroomed . . . lover of music . . . plan to attend Newark State Teacher College or Howard Univerjity . . . church choir . . . hospital volunteer . . . reads and sew . . . hate surprise test ... a tamp collector . . . knits . . . collect album . . . likes to bowl . . . admire Mr. Pesile. KENNETH BROWN Friendly . . . easy-going . . . usually with friends Kenny Garry, John Iwan-echko. Ronny Dubrow . . . favorite teacher it Mr. Voller . . . enjoy Italian food ... a casual dresser . . neat and sporty . . . plan to attend Rutger . . . dislikes homework . . . baseball, basketball, soccer, and Varsity Club member . . . enjoy Mr. Morri history classes. JAMES CAPUTO JEANNE MARIE CAMBOURIS Sentimental . . . fun-loving . . . always enthusiastic and helpful . . . known to her friends. LotAia Moustaka and Carolyn Carter as a “great girl" . . , plans to attend Adelphi College to study dance and choreography . . . Cheering Squad captain . . . Vignette staff member . . . likes Richard Rodgers. Gershwin, Gene Kelly and Judy Garland . . . usually found rooting for the Track Team . . . Mr. Morris's history class . . . especially admires Miss Abo . JAMES CAPUTO Well-liked . . . friendly . . . fun-loving . . . usually late . . . associates with Anthony Pugliese, Al Balabanow. and Stan Karczewski . . . college-bound . . . interested in coins and guns ... his favorite teacher. Mr. Gem mol I; favorite subject, hstory . . . hates homework . . . constantly says "Dilly Dee" . . . the only one who doesn't think that the cafeteria food is ''too bad." CONCITTA MARIE CARNEVALE Pleasing smile . . . gracious manner . . . amiable . . . efficient . . . worthwhile friend to all . . . record , dancing, clothes, and Italian food are among Connie's favorites . . . always seen roaming the halls with Pat Mmni ... a good student . . Leaders Club. Scope Bminess Manager, and Vignette staff member . . . likes a good time . . . deserves nothing but the best. CONCETTA MARIE CARNEVALE oELAINE CARPOUSIS SHEILA CARTER ELAINE CARPOUSIS Talkative . . . Intriguing dark hair and eye . . Lorraine O'Brien. Ritchie Velardo. Betty Cleveland. 8illy Russo are usual companions . . . fond of Mrs Lazar and Mr. Resile . . . has a good time in geometry. typing, and music classes . . . Typing Club . . . Sccpo . . . enjoy football game and Italian food . . . always appreciates the humor in a situation ... a smcere friend. ROJCAN F. CARROLL "Ro" ... a friendly, easygoing, young man . . . friends are Cheryl Miller, Francme Thornton. Marvin McGraw. Reggie Jenkins and Vincent Holmes ... a member of the Chorus and 8and . . . holds three Varsity letter for swimming . . . hobbies are stamp collecting, girl collecting, and listening to music . . enjoys concerts and operas . . . studies karate . . . like Ivy League clothing . . . entoys the works of Edgar Allan Poe . . . plans to attend Rutgers or Seton Hall University. CAROLYN ANN CARTER Blonde hair, laughing green eyes, and a sweet innocent smile . . . appears bashful . . . Charlie . . . pet peeve—insincerity . . . favorite pastimes— eating pizza or roast beef . . . admires Mr. Janowitz . . . likes to dance . . . cherishes friendship of Loufcia Moustakas. Jeanne Cambouri . and Barbara Melino ... a miracle if she finishes her homework any evening . . . Vignette staff member . . . Bowling Club . . . friendly, sympathetic ... sometimes “unbearable" (she says). SHEILA CARTER Friendly nature . . . happy-go-lucky . . . pert at times . . . chronic chewer of gum . . . cnicys skppmg down the halls . . . like roast beef. Mr. P.ckett. James Baldwin, swimming, talking on the phone, parties, and dances . . . "No big thing" . . . dislike detention, and conceited boys or men ... listens to records . . . Qoes horseback riding . . . plays terms . . . like weird cloth ng . . . never found heme, but somewhere m that vicinity . . . drives a Chrysler. JILL CARUSO Likes history and English . . . does volunteer work at Presbyterian Hospital . . . shy . . . quiet . . . thoughtful . . . wants to be a good math student . . . I kes art. bowling and tennis . . . dislikes small gyms . . . Carol Hcyman and Mr. Rickenbacker are her favorites . . . sport clothes . . . evid reader . . . wants to be an art teacher. ELIZABETH CLEVELAND Outoolng . . . fun-loving . . . likes typing and steno . . . Drake College of Business . . . plans to become a secretary . . . friends include Michael Schilare, Vivian Netchel. Elaino Carpousis. Lorraine O'Brian. Sheila Carter . . . enjoys listening to records . . . jazz . . . Italian food . . . dresses casually . . . favorite sport is skating . . . favorite teachers are Mr. Voller and Mrs. Lazar ... pet peeve: too much homework. JUANITA COLEMAN A ready smile . . . loquacious nature . . . knee socks characterize Nita . . . member of the Sewing Club. Red Cross Club, and Bowling Club . . . active in church choir . . . talking on telephone . . . shopping . . . favorite class at Arts has been chorus . . . among her many friends are Barbara Sapp. Sheila Allen, and Gwen Burwell. ELEANOR COPELAND Jolly and fun-loving . . would I ke to be quiet and reserved . . . Interests include dancing, bowling, sewing, skating . . . teases everyone . . . friends are Myra Henry. Pat White, and Sandra Gilyard . . . avid participant in Church and community activities . . . future nurse . . . plans to attend Harlem Hospitei Nursing School. VINCENT CORRAOO Dynamic personality ... a singer . . . Fairle gh Dickinson University for a career in the business field . . . close friends are Joe Dcnaro. Richard Velardo. Vincent Peluso. Jack Robcrtello . . . listens to jazz and blues compositions . . . works on hi car . . . member of the C.Y.O. Baseball Team and the Toppetta Motors Drag Team . . . admires Mr. Pickett. JOHN D'ALMCIOA Amiable . . . handsome ... a winning smile . . . tall and strong ... a rock and roll fan . . . friends include Alan Balabanow, Donna Revedo. and Henry Schroeck . . . likes exc.tmg football oames . . . belongs to the Creftsmen's Club ... a "girl scout" ... a good listener ... the silent type . . . plant to attend an art college. VINCENT CORRADO ©JOSHUA JOSEPH DANCY PHYLLIS DE GROOT JOSEPH DENARO MAUREEN ELIZABETH DENNING JOSEPH Dl CARLO O JOHN DOKUS ROBERT JOHN DRALJOSHUA JOSEPH DANCY Friendly . . . easygoing . . . happy just being himself . . . track, soccer, end basketball . . I.Ices iazz . . . friend include Douglas Randolph. Aaron Mooro. and John Milton . . . dislikes people who walk slowly in the halls . . allergic to homework . . "So prove it and more power to you!" . . . Montclair State College or Central State College . . . future music teacher. PHYLLIS DE GROOT Appears shy . . blushes easily . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . enjoy life . . . never in a hurry . . . likes dances, movre . the phone, biology. Mr . Lazar, casual clothing, Irving Stone and Rembrandt . . . pastime is talking . . . participates in Spanish club . . . Typing Club . . . C.Y.O. . . . inseparable companions are Mary Ann Sentiwany, Donna and Dolores Gough. Jolyn Tartaglia and Connie Carnevale . . . has plans to attend college . . . want to be a successful individual. JOSEPH DENARO Cheerful . . . merry . . . likable . . . high spirited . . . plans to attend Parsons School of Design . . . friends include Vinnie Corrado, Rita Mazucca. Anna Marie Poeta, Jimmy Kolentky, Sherry Miller, and Ralph Mortellito . . . interests include dancing and going to football games . . . favorite music is rock and roll . . . ravioli is his dish . . . hobby Is swimming . . . favorite artists are Renoir and Cezanne. MAUREEN ELIZABETH DENNING Quiet and friendly . . . likes to wear bulky sweaters . . . watches baseball games . . . hopes to become a stenographer . . . among her friend are Gail Briere, Alberta and Ann Ulmer, and Lucy Giullano . . . en|oyt painting, cooking ana sew ng . . . member of the Math Club and Red Cross Club . . . listen to Jazz and classical mus c . . . will be remembered a a sweet and sincere girl. JOSEPH 01 CARLO A music maioc . . . sports fan . . . has many "likes" including playing the saxophone, casual clothing, nzz. Paul Desmond. "Mutiny on the Bounty." swimming and baseball ... is a member of the Band and Orchestra . . . C.Y.O. member . . . usually found in front of the auditorium . . . chums are Angelo Leva. Wayne La Russo and Curt Blasco . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Pesile . . . plans to seek employment after graduation. JOHN DOKUS Wh mvical . . . talkative ... a wishful thinker . . . friends are Alan Balabanow, Ken Garry. Andy Dutko. Ralph Porzilli and John D'Aimeida . . . cnioy gym . . . lunch . . . music . . . art . . . good movies . . . baseball . . . chess . . . bowling . . . conservative clothing . . . wants to attend Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art . . . would like to be rich . . . admires Mr. Spindler and Salvatore Dali ... pet peeve « getting past people in the school halls. R08ERT JOHN ORAL A comedian ... gels. car , and money are hi major interett ... enjoy ninth and tenth period best . . . Band . . . basketball . . . Italian food . . . sport clothing . . much of Bobby's spare time is spent rehearsing with his combo . . . admires Mr. Morris . . . usually found with Stan Karczew-swi. Fern Noeck. Steve Gibba. Sue Trgala. and Kenny Garry . . . want to attend Bloomfield College ... a future ch mi t. ANDREW DUTKO Ambition I to join the Navy . . . friend are Joe Grohowski. Martin Galanty. John Doku . . . personality: fun-loving but quiet . . . favorite music is progressive jazz and classical . . . Ikes home-made noodles ... a singer ... a gardener ... a bowling enthusiast . . . favorite teachers arc Mr. Shapiro and Mr. Pickett . . . interested in folk singers Peter. Paul, and Mary ... a do-it-yourself man. ANNA DZIUBAN Friendly . . . understanding . . . plan to attend business college . . . fnend are George and Christine Srrushewych and George Woshakiwsky . . . participated in Library Guild, Girl Glee Club. Typing Club activities ... In-terest are sewmg. reading, and dancing . . . like sports clothe . . . favorite subfect are history and clothing . . . enjoy ice-skating, tennis, and volley ball . . . favorable teachers are Mrs. Lazar and Mrs. Hiller. RONALD ELMORE S ncere . . . humorous. . . fickle . . . friend include Rojean Carrol. Kathy. Barcliff, Geraldme Jenkins. Reggie Jenkins... Air Force Officer' Candidate School . . . enjoy music, dancing, singing. chorus, and opera . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Pickett . . . "You with that?" . . . like pie. track and ?irl . . . listen to record . . . play basketball . . . Mr. Spindler is hi avonte art t . . . reads the books of H. G Wells and Smollett. ANDREW DUTKO ANNA DZIUBANROBERT EMBREY GEORGE FARAGI STEPHEN FIELDS © JEANNETTE FENNY THOMAS FINETTI CHARLES ERCOLANO JO-ANN LOUISE FAYROBERT EMBRCY A mus c man . . . love opera and symphonies . . . sings • • • • k«» the erf da informality . . . find that Ron Elmore and Reggie Jenkins arc satisfactory friends . . . studies microscopic animals . . . thoroughly enjoys football . . . soccer . . boating . . . reading . . . dresses conservatively . . . could live comfortably without math class and detention assignments , . . hates to get up early in the morning . . . never refuses an invitation to a party . . . expects to enlist in the United States Air Force. JOSEPH EVANS "Cephus" . . . very friendly . . . always happy . . . searching for a friendly happy girl ... an outstanding member of the Junior Vars-ty and Varsity Basketball Team . . . closest friends are Beverly Williams, Kenny Miller and Ed Kennedy . . . can usually be found singing in the boys' locker room or m pursuit of a beautiful • vixen' . . . enjoys jazz and Latin music, dancing. and geometry . . . favorite teachers are Miss David and Mr. Voller . . . an active member of the Y . . . admires the werk of Picasso . . . plans to attend Howard University. CHARLES ERCOLANO A happy-go-lucky fellow . . . I kes to laugh . . . enjoys a little mischief . . . very friendly . . . Montclair State . . . music . . . horseback riding ... playing music . . . teacher, Mr. Pesile . . . author. Voltaire . . . musicians. Beethoven and Brubeck . . . likes jazz . . . fond of the people at Arts . . . participates in a band outside of school . . . close friends are Rocca Sica. Jimmy Kolcmky, Dave Hudson, and Dennis Giron. GEORGE FARAGI "Georgia' . . . determined . . . carefree . . . likeable lazy . . . music maior . . . member of Band and Orchestra . . . pastime is relaxing . . . likes baseball, lunch. Q.rls. iazz. and hamburgers ... pet peeve Is "girl talk" m class . . . favorite teacher: Mr. Pesile . . . has enjoyed instrumental class and lunch most . . . dislikes cafeteria food . . . outside activities arc dances, concerts and operas . . . friends are Ralph Mortellito. Bill Russo, and Mike Pccora . . . plans to attend a music college or enlist In the Navy. JO-ANN LOUISE FAY Known as "Princess' to her boyfriend . . . has captivating charm . . . pixie features . . . usually observed chatting with Diane Walsh and Fern Noack . . . active in Library Guild and Spanish Club . . . Laboratory Institute of Merchandising . . . wants to be a department store buyer ... the all-around type . . . enioys all sports . . . classical musrc . . . dancing . . . dating . . . skating . . . dislikes individuals who talk about subjects they know nothing about. JEANNETTE FENNY Very nice to know . . . always ready to have fun . . . Harlem School of Nursing . . . likes bowling, skating, sewing, and cooking . . . listens to modern jazz and classical music . . . sport clothing . . . favorite teacher. Miss David . . . enjoys the relationship between the teachers and students . . . close friends are Eleanor Copeland. Lynne Handsome, Cheryl Spellman and James Wallace. STEPHEN FIELDS Quiet . . . intelligent ... a serious art student . . . attends special art classes . . . likes to paint . . . sculpture ... a devoted member of the N.A.A.C.P. . . . enjoys lengthy, serious discussions . . . member of the Track Team . . . friends include Raymond 8nstol and Ben Johnson . . . enjoys Latin American music ... an avid reader of Baldwin and Langston Hughes . . . favorite expression: "Not really!” . . . dislikes homework Intensely. THOMAS FINETTI Good humored . . . easy to get along with . . . Quiet but friendly . . . life revolves around music . . . admires Arturo Rubcnstein . . . enjoys football, bowlmg. pizza, and parties m his spare time . . . ranks Charles Ercolano. Wayne La Russo, and Vinny Peluso at the top of his list of friends . . . Mr. Pesile . . . Manhattan School of Music . . . science fiction fan . . . attends recitals . . . wears Ivy League clothing . . . wizard with the keyboard. DENNIS FLAGG Compatible . . . candid . . . sometimes serious . . . humorous . . . enjoys bowling . . . drawing . . . ham sandwiches . . . football . . . sinking . . . friends at Arts arc Leonard Wesley, Isaiah Jordan. Marvin McGraw . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Com-no 11 . . . likes the small student body and the art program . . . dislikes people who take things tor granted . . . member of Alpha Beta Phi Fraternity . . . intends to further education at Pratt Institute or Howard University. LESLEY DIANE FRIED Intelligent . . . witty . . . wise . . . captivating in every sense of the word . . . friends nclude Homeroom 318. together with Marilyn Lewitter and Sally Friedlander . . . member of Math Club. National Honor Society, Junior and Senior Council, band. Scope, and Young Judea . . . enjoys folk music . . . loves a good discussion . . . fascinated by any sport which she can watch . . . plans to go to Douglass College after a year's sojourn in Israel. DENNIS FLAGGHENRY GI6KI SANDRA GILYARD DENNIS GIRON oROBERT FULLER ' Popular . . . friendly . . . qu ef . . . agreeable . . never without a smile . . . plans to attend Howard University or Morgan State College ... a bowler ... a stamp collector ... a track man . . , Mr. Gommott . . . jazz . . . friends—Spencer Robinson. Kenny Miller. Vincent Holmes. Joshua Dancy. Dennis Flagg. Joe Evans, and Tammy Smith . . . likes to cat anything . . . always ready to lend a helping hand. MARTIN GALANTY Happy-go-lucky . . . quiet . . . industrious . . . efficient . . . reads . . . watches television . . . plays the piano. . . wears sport clothing . . . collects old coins or rare stamps . . . favorite authors—Laurence Sterne and H. Jennings . . . cnioys the assembly programs . . . fond of homecooking . . . active in Student Council. Library Guild and Math Club . . . has an army of friends . . . Newark Rutgers. KENNETH GARRY Outgoing . . . great sense of humor . . . Set on Hall University . . . Navy . . . a real sportsman . . . golf, baseball and soccer player . . . enjoys being with his friends . . . television fan . . . coin collector . . . famous for his witty quotations . . . usually found roaming the halls . . . well-liked by all who know him . . . serious expression belied by impish eyes. RONALD GELEAILEN Quiet . . . calm . . . Rutgers College of Pharmacy. . . enjoys the Varsity-Faculty games and Mrs Neuss’s English classes . . plays the guitar . . . a water skier . . . likes sport clothing . . . listens to instrumental and popular music . . . favorite teachers. Mr. Landsman and Mr. Yablick . . . favorite artist, Rembrandt . . . close friends. Frank Marinclla and Curt Btasco. BOBBY GISSENDANNER POLEOI GEORGE Known to her close friends as "Fox" . . . friendly . . . well-groomed . . . I Over of Latin . . . atways has a smile for everyone . . . swinging at the Paledium is her favorite pastime . . . plans to attend Newark State College or Howard University . . . close friends are Vivian King. Sheila Carter, Susan Trgala. Linda Broadnax. Vincent Peluto and Rochelle Barletta . . . hopes to attract some wealthy young bachelor . . . favorite subject is chemistry . . . admires Miss Abos. Mr. Yablick and Miss David. STEVE GIBBA An individualist . . . interested in the well-being of others . . . Montclair State College . . . enjoys the music programs at Arts ... a member of a four piece combo . . . instrumental music . . . basketball . . . football . . . author. Alexander King . . . sweaters . . . hamburgers . . . likes to listen to Brubeck. Peterson. Shearing or Mozart . . . member of the Band. Dance Band, and tho Orchestra . . . friends are Wayne La Russo. Tom Fmetti and Bob Oral. HENRY GIBKI Intelligent . . . shy . . . industrious ... Air Force . . ■ basketball . . . hockey . . . music by the Platters . . . favorite teacher. Mr. Vollcr . . . ceramics . . . favorite artist. Da Vinci . . . enjoys all kinds of food . . . very muscular ... a chain twirler . . . close friends are Norman Jackson. Dennis Giron, Angelo Leva. Rocco S a and Charles Ercolano. SANDRA GILYARD Very sensitive . . . likes to have fun . . . likes people in general . . . field of fashion designing . . . dancing . . . modeling . . . Bible School at church . . . enjoys the Christmas fairs at Arts . . . plays football ... a jazz mus c fan . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Volter . . . close friends. Loraine White. Sandra Powell, Kenny Miller. Eleanor Copeland and Joe Evans. DENNIS GIRON Very well satisfied with himself . . . shy ... art lover . . . dry sense of humor . . . friendly ... art college . . . enjoys the friendly atmosphere and the factors that remind him that this is a maior art school . . . painting . . . reading . . . listening to jazz and Latin music ... Ivy League clothing .. . favorite teacher. Mr. Spmdler . . . artist. Rembrandt . . . author, James Baldwin. BOBBY GISSENDANNER Very friendly . . . soft spoken . . . thoughtful . . . Armed Forces . . . en. joys the friendly student body . . . found at the playground . . . likes comedy . . . baseball . . . modern iazz . . . continental clothing . . . long walks . . . favorite teacher. Mr. Spmdler . . . one of those rare people— a good listener.RICHARD GROSSMAN MARIE GRASSO LUCILLE GIULIANO DONNA GOUGH STEPHANIE GRABOWSKI WILLIAM GRAZIANO © JOSEPH GROHOWSKIMARVIN HARRIS PAUL HOUCK e CAROL HEYMAN MYRA HENRY KATHLEEN HIGGINS VINCENT HOLMES JAMES HINTON CURTIS HOLOWCHAKMARVIN HARRIS A serious thinker.. constantly bombards his chums Isaiah Jordon. Dennis Flagg. Leonard Wesley. Marvin McGraw, and Joe Evans, with witty puns and phrases which he has thought of in his periods of meditation . . . spends his post-school hours at work as a supermarket cashier or at the library . . . thinking??? ... his nterests focus on baseball, conservative rock and roll music and azz . . . Marvin's favorite "thinking man" is Mr. Gentile. MYRA HINRY Ambition Is to become a dietician . . . close friends are Reggie Jenkins. Eleanor Copeland. Sandra Powell and Sandra Gilyard ... a fun-loving person who makes friends with all ... a Sunday school teacher ... a choir member ... a iazz fan . . . loves good food ... a sweater and pleated skirt is her favorite costume . . . fond of musk, basketball, Mr. Spindlcr and Picasso. CAROL HEYMAN Sober . . . serious . . . shy . . . observant . . . aware of responsibilities . . . friendly . . . conscientious student . . . enjoys a good book, especially the works of Mauoham and Baldwin . . . Broadway plays . . . museums . . . advanced math . , . lost without Jill Caruso . . . Rutgers University ... will major in English or psychology. KATHLEEN HIGGINS "Irish" . . . cheerful and gay . . . sometimes moody and very sentimental . . . close friends arc Karcn-Costa, Barbara Bennett, and "Uncle Paul" . . . a conscientious music major . . . active in Band and Vignette . . . Major Accordion School . . . neat, casual dresser . . . takes long thoughtful walks . . . famous for lengthy phone conversations ... a versatile dancer . . . raves about Karen's pizza . . . collects student "bus tickets" . . . hopes to obtain a secretarial position. JAMES HINTON "Hinton" . . . cheerful . . . ambitious . . . intelligent . . . likes good food . . . interested in sports, reading, girls . . . ambition is to attend Pratt Institute . . . favorites include Mr. Voller. Edgar Allen Poe . . . likes Norman Rockwell's style . . . turns up at odd places . . . enjoys reading the Sunday funnies . . . plays billiards . . . can't stand wise guys ... his friends consider hm a very worthwhile friend. PAUL HOUCK Personality plus . . . generous . . . kind . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . Student Council . . , Math Club . . . Track Team . . . Bowling League . . . roller skating . . . fishing . . . music . . . folksinging . . , meatball sandwiches . . . math and physics classes ... a science fiction fan . . . Greenwich Village . . . New York University. VINCENT HOLMES Easy-going, quiet, likeable fellow . . . plans to attend a school of music ... closest friends are Oliver Newsome and Curtis Watkins ... jazz is among his main interests . . . participates in Orchestra, Band activities . . . member of Track Team . . . concerts, operas, and square dances . . . profitable relationship with Mr. Pcsile ... an admirer and personal friend of the jazz trombonist. Curtis Fuller . . . ultimate goal is to become a good musician. TYRONE HOWELL CURTIS HOLOWCHAK Genial : . . shy . . . musical . . . friendly with Morris Wyatt, and Steve Skorak ... Mr. Voller . . . Ikes the friendly students at Arts High ... is usually at home, in school, or at a chess club in Cranford . . . finds time to listen to records, watch television, do homework, play the accordion, and read books about sports . . . cn|oys Italian food, math, baseball, and all music except opera . . . will further his education. TYRONE HOWELL Pleasant personality . . . tall . . . friendly , . . shy . . . ambitious . . . future education at Howard University . . . friends are Vivian King. Douglas Randolph, John Milton. Aaron Moore. Edward Kennedy . . . favorites— basketball . . . Mr. Voller . . . track . . . bowling . . . geometry . . . Latin . . . raro steak . . . ping pong . . . enjoys swimming . „ . listening to records . . . music by Herbie Mann . . . conservative clothing . . . driving a car . . . partying . . . pet peeve is Vivian Lee. DAVID HUDSON Easy to get along with . . . amiable and friendly . . . genial personality . . . wants to bocomc a successful commercial artist . . . rakes part In Craftsmen's Club. Stage Crew activities . . . plays on the baseball team . . . friends include Vicki Saltz. Charles Ercolano. Frank Marmella. Jack Roberfello. and Joe Grasso . . . sings with friends . . . likes model and custom cars . . has a taste for conservative clothing . . , Italian food . . . baseball . . . admires Mr. Gommoll and Mr. Knobler. DAVID HUDSONRUBY HUTSON JOHN INSABELLA JOSEPH SAUL JACKSON NORMAN JACKSON ISAIAH JORDAN e REGINALD A. JENKINS STANLEY KARCZEWSKISi Z •o?!o ■9 1 ► .EcCS t £5 2 £? -• t fell 55 V z -wtf ! ]§A m IlSigo? “ $Ss?S? ■mil .% s“h ! 1 :il iff!:? f!ish z i?c? mu$ 8sl« :2fM 5«22 ii as i w-5 d 5 2r I? 39 . S jc£ I ft :p! 1 h ?!:• I ? Ifll « !£-=g °»!i5sl llllifl :f Iff M g °Z I1! : I 1 till :|KfS ilfp I tfl!{r 5 ' • c • S • c -J • • .35! I m% I H|=. s I j III! i i :51 -is|I ?4 a ! --l«s ■ :8-“c : TiI Us Hi 5 til I |Ij! llill! ! «-! 5 S jj • © :?j :If iVil i sS? M tell i I Mi: $Ells5 1 1 _ .» S 113? SilS I5S3: t i|ii; ■ • • I s_ z-.s j »£ 199 a| :K i ’ilk I Si;?! J Wlijl i ■■ «: J ii in :il? £ iy? ra :? Mill?VIVIAN ELAINE KING EDWARD KENNEDY NADINE KNIGHT DEBBIE KOUNEUAS RICHARD KELLEY STEVE KEHAYES FAYE KENNEDYSTEVE KEHAYES "Mr Mayor” . . . arr-bilious . . . persistent ... flood mixer . . . level -headed . . , usually surrounded by a flock of girls ... a master of the twist . . . loves sweaters and red jackets . . . art. math, football, baseball, and Mr. Gommoll are also tops . . . hates crowded locker rooms . . . friends include ‘Dottie Von Ende. Nancy Karsmarski. Matt Swajkowski, and Phil Bradbury . . . expects to study architecture at Cooper Un on. RICHARD KELLEY Usually found with the girls . . . interested in sports, camping, skating. Boy Scouts . . . dresses conservatively ... a Norman Rockwell fan . . . enjoys gym and geometry classes but can do without long homework assignments . . . usually associates with Jimmy Joudrey. Robert Embrey. Ronald Elmore. Bill Krovit. William Jones. Anthony Canady . . . future plans include enlisting m the Navy or attending Bloomfield College. EDWARD KENNEDY Conservative . . . quiet . . . shy . . . good-humored . . . always wears an impish smile . . . wants to attend Howard University... versatile athlete . . . participates with vigor in basketball, track, baseball, and bowling . . . Mr. Voller is the greatest . . . devoted friends are Tyrone Howell. Douglass Randolph. John Milton . . member of the YMCA . . . leisure time is spent meditating or listening to jazz . . . pet peeve is loud and impulsive people . . . enioys the works of Norman Rockwell and novels by James Baldwin. WILLIAM KRAVIT fAYE KENNEDY A warm-hearted friend . . a charming person . . . cheerful . . . intelligent . . . I es to sew when there is time . . . among her many friends aro Imogene Whitaker. Margo lancm and Dolores Oliver... enjoys reading . . . saving . . . social activities . . . Leaguers Inc. . . . church choir . . . Italian foods . . . English . . . classical style in clothing ... Mr. Morris. VIVIAN ELAINE KING Amiable . . . generous . . . always cooperative . . . dresses conservatively and always in gcod taste . . . found with Eileen Van Duyne. Poledi George, Linda Broadnax, and Sheila Carter . . . enjoys history and English . . . keen on music by Tito Puente . . . reads books by James Baldwin . . . lovos bowling, swimming and skating . . . favorites arc Mr. Shapiro, Miss A bos and Mr. Morris . . plans a teaching career. NADINE KNIGHT Affable . . . serene . . . thoughtful . . . gay . . . quiet—until she knows you . . close acquaintances are Cheryl Spellman. Penny Powe. Vcrnetl® Batts. Dolores Oliver. Eleanor Register . . . special interest in bowl.ng. sewing. parties. English, singing, records, operas, mashed potatoes and steak ... pet peeve-homework ... a telephone addict . . . member of Scope, Red Cross and Girls- Glee Club. DEBBIE KOUNEIIAS "The Greek” . . . Intelligent . . . conscientious . . . fun-lov«ng . . . impish grin . . . generous . . . good conversationalist . . . that sweetness ot youth . . . usually clad in suit or sweater . . . loves dances, baseball and football . . . reading and Greek food also rank high . . . ‘Observe!-' . . . often found with Nancy Karsmarski. Dottie Von Ende. Rocco Sica. Matt Swajkowski. and Steve Kehayes . . . will pursue languages at Douglass College. WILLIAM KRAVIT Loves the outdoor life . . . fishing and hiking are favorites . . . enjoys loafing and iazz music . . . favor.te class is gym . . . dislikes music appreciation . . . will always remember Mr. Voller . . . has an interest in sports . . . reads science fiction novels . . . can always be found with one of his friend Richard Kelley. James Joudrey. or James Sodcn . . . dresses conservatively . . . enioys watching television . . . plans to enter the business world. WALERIJ KYREJKO Friendly . . . serious . . . intelligent ... a ready sense of humor . . . likes soccer, track, basketball . . .. counts Charles Guidahs. Edward Betz, Kenny Garry, Karen Costa among his friends ... has no soare time . . . keeps ice cream people in business . . . never been ••caught-- chewing gum . . . interested in opera . . . art . . . "early" Picasso and Braque . . . college-bound . . . future engineer. ARLENE LA MARR Jovial . . . serious . . . broadminded at times . . . enjoys Jazz . . . dancing . . . reading . . . English . art and basketball games . . . trends include Phylis Johnson . . . Sandra Powell . . . Eleanor Register . . . Vernclle Batts . . . Joyce Davis . . . persevering nature . . . active participant in school affairs ... a bewitching smile ... a good listener when the conversation is intelligent and lively ... a budding social worker. WALERIJ KYREJKO ARLENE LA MARR eMARIA LA ROCCA DOROTHY ANN LEE MARILYN LEWITTER ANNA LEPORE ANN LONERGAN MARGO LANCIN ANGELO LEVAMARCO LANCIN Fun-loving . . talkative ... a naturally tunny disposition . . . sophisticated dresser with extensive wardrobe . . . loves to ting . . . enjoys all typct of musk . . . adores Frank Sinatra . . . favoritet are Italian food . . . typing . . . football . . . readt work! of Sinclair Lewis and Fitzgerald . . . friends tnclude-Rochelle Barletta and Jenetto Vanber Gyze . . . Mrt. Shapiro . . . participates in Red Cross. Girls’ Glee Club and Chorus . . . will enter the field of merchandising. MARIA LA ROCCA Soft, tweet voice . . . timplc and sincere . . . neat at a pin . . . accomplishes much with quiet efficiency . . . always calm . always sympathetic . . . friendly with Marie Gratso and Pat Minni... one of the Bright Spot’s steady customers . . . Mr. Shapiro . . never hat time to worry ... a quick tmile with jutt a dash of thynett . . . dance enthusiast . . . liked by everyone . . . future inferior designer. WAYNI LA RUSSO Sensible . . . ambitious . . . serious . . . pleasant . . . enjoys concerts and operas . . . active in 8!oomfietd Symphony Orchestra and Rutherford Concert Band . . . likes basketball, Italian and German food, short stories . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Petite . . . friends—Steve Gibba and Thomas Finetti . . . determined to be a responsible member of society . . . musk teacher . . . Montclair State College. DOROTHY ANN L(f Quiet . . . versatile . . . friendly . . . sweet and shy . . . sincere in words and deeds . . . ambitious . . . dark eyes and a sparkling smile . . . stimulating conversationalist . . . enjoys English, history, Mr. Jancwitz. and Mr. Landsman ... pet peeve—narrow-minded people . . . found in the company of Diane Walsh. Fern Noack. Phyllis Katz, and Susan March ... a Youth Council member . . . plans to become an elementary teacher. ANNA LEPORE “Babe" . . . well-liked . . . Irvely . . . friendly . . . enjoys whatever she does . . . cute . . . energetk . . . natural . . . tiny . . . witty and amusing . . . life of the party . . . refreshing personality . . . "It’s ridiculous’ . . . Dorothy Lee. Nancy Karsmarski, Sue March. Elaine Zonna. and Tommy Lawton . . . "B9 is too crowded” . . . reads and pa nts . . . admires Miss Myerson and Mr. Morris . . . college-bound. ANGELO LEVA Likes suspense novels, casual clothes, ravioli, and popular music . . . fascinated by Mkhclangelo’s work . . . drawing and loafing take up his spare time . . . can be fosavd in bowling alleys . . . friends include Kenny Garry. Stan Andruchowntz. and Tony Nardiello . . . dislikes people who brag . . . plans to attend Ncward School of Fine and Industrial Art. MARILYN LIWITTCR Life consists of musk and Hebrew . . . piano and guitar playing and singing . . . "Yoffy Toffy" . . . favorite activity is Young Judea . . . enjoy dressing in dungarees and a “daddy shirt” . . . Mr. Pestle is fops . . . hopes to spend a year in Israel . . . college is definitely part of her future . . . favorite classes are Mr. Morris’s and Mr. Pesile's . . . Lesley Fried. Phyllis Katz, and Martin Galanfy are her constant companions. ANN LONERGAM A nonchalant manner ... an alert mind ... shy ... a staunch friend . . . serious student . . . enjoys sketching, dancing, football, and reading . . . homework is one of her pet peeves . . . favorite teacher—Mr. Morris . . . likes Pearl S. Buck . . . fluffy sweaters and woolen skirts are ■part of her wardrobe . . . lists Jill Caruso and Barbara Terry as her closest friends ... an executive secretary in the making. STANLEY LYNNIK Amiable disposition . . . takes great pleasure in talking . . . always with Paul Holick and Frank Marinella . . . member of the Math Club, track, swimming, and basketball teams . . . has worked with the Visual Aids Department . . . special interests are cars, girls, girls, and more girls . . . likes going to the Village . . . enjoys popular mus»c and cheeseburgers . . . has habit of singing everywhere he goes . . . hopes to attend Seton Hall University or enlist in the Air Force. JOSEPH MANTELMACHER A very intelligent, friendly, well-liked young man . . . has several friends, among whom are Martin Galanty, Ken Garry, and Karen Costa . . . member of the National Honor Society. Math Club. Orchestra, and manager of the newly organized Soccer Team . . . spends spare time play.ng the violin, working on his stamp collection or reading . . . like operas and popular musk . . . favors works of Dumas. Verne. Stevenson and Hugo . . . plans to attend Rutgers University . . . interested in mathematics and science. JOSEPH MANTELMACHER oSUSAN MARCH Compatible . . . considerate , . . self-satisfied . . . forgetful ... a sports lover ... Is usually in 206 . . . passes the time by reading or skating . . . a member of the Yearbook staff. Red Cross, end Rainbow Club for Girls . . . is enthusiast about brewing, attend ng movies and shows . . . playing tennis ... tee skating . swimming . . . sport clothes . . . gum chewing . . . enjoys bemg w,th Anna Lcpore. Dorothy Lee end Phyllis Kafr . . . would like to attend a nursing school. FRANK D. MARI NCLLA A great person ... a bundle of laughs . . . better known as "Hot Shot" . . . can be found anywhere and everywhere . . . loves girls, especially the girls at Arts . . . also enioys baseball and basketball . . . eating, dancing, and baseball take up his spare time . . . popular music and cool sport clothes rank very high . . . Michelangelo is tops . . . plans to study com-mercial art at Pratt or Parsons. JOHN MATOL A serious math student . . . just a hint of mischief in those roguish eyes . . . very active in school affairs . . . loves Chinese food and classical music . . . Mr. Gommoll is his favorite teacher . . . friends include Allen Balabano, 81II Graziono. and Alex Schwec ... an outdoor boy . . . enjoys swimming, fishing, and hunting . . plans to study aeronautical engineering . . . Georgia Institute of Technology. JAMES METROCAVAGE TILOLA MAY Quiet. . . studious . . . wants to be more talkative . . . interested in teaching .. . her friends - include Vernellc Batts. Alexis Smith and Eleanor Register . . . her hobbies are tho piano and art . . . fond of Mr. Shapiro ... her favorite book is Kon Tiki... loves the cafeteria food ... enjoys art. CAMILLE C. MAZZOCCHI Affectionate . . . effervescent . . . sparkling humor . . . good dancer... an engaging smile . . . peppy cheerleader . . . usually found with Sherry Miller, Donna Revello and Dottie Von Endc . . . loves a good time . . . dates often . . . dislikes jealous girls . . . flirts . . . always chews gum . . . English and Chemistry arc fascinating ... a teenage fashion model . . . loves to play tennis, bowl, ice skate or listen to Percy Faith . . . will major m speech therapy or English . . . plans to attend Montclair State. MARVIN McGRAW Marv . . . the boy with the golden throat . . . usually observed with Curtis Watkins In room 310 .. . active In the Chorus. Cpcra group. Band, the N. J. All-State Chorus, and the Alpha Beta Phi Fraternity . . . spends spare time singing, reading, or playing the clarinet . . . listens to classical and popular music ... eats hot dogs ... dresses conservatively ... Mr. Rlckon-bochcr and Mr. Pickett are on his Hit Parodo list . . . music education . . . Obertin Conservatory or Manhattan School of Music. BARBARA MELINO Faithful . . . loyal . . . winning personality . . . avid roader . . . always smiling . . . well liked . . . enjoys walks in New York . . . art . . . Spanish . . . member of Student Council . . . Vignette. Scope and Red Cross . . . relaxes in spare hire . . . close friends include Carolyn Carter and Rochelle Barletfa . . . can't stand people who are preiudiced . . . likes Mr. Janowitz . . . Shakespeare . . . Paul Klee ... all kinds ot music . . . college-bound . . . either Douglass or New York University. JAMES METROCAVAGE Ambitious . . . self-confident . . . genial . . . likes people In general . . . enjoys bemg with Mike Canterella. Mark Durante. Danny Silva. John In-sabella. Jimmy Kolenski. and Jack Robertello . . . interests—girls, baseball, football, and listening to music . . . admires Mr. Spmdler and Salvador Dali . . . has no spare time . ■ - likes all sports and all subjects . . . plans to attend Newark School of Fin and Industrial Art. KENNY MILLER A very likeable person . . . easy to oet along with—if you see things his way . . . picks his "harem" as he wafcs the halls . . . very sensitive . . . star athlete on the basketball court . . . team captain . . . All-City 1963 . . . really makes rhos shots count . . . Mr Morris's history classes are very en-oyable ... Mr. Voller rates high as a coach and personal friend . . . comrades are Joe Evans. John Worth. Vivian King, and Poledi Georg . . . Central State College is part of his blueprint for the future. SHERYL MILLER "Blondie" . . . friendly . . . fun-loving ... a great cheerleader . . . enjoys the friendly teachers and the atmosphere throughout the whole school . . . bowling, dating . . . visiting New York City . . . football . . . sport clothes . . . swimming . . . fond of classical music . . . favorite subiect is mathematics . . . likes all teachers ... a Rembrandt fan . . . close friends are Camille Mazzocchi. Rita Mjxzuce. Virwv Corrado. Joseph De nor o'and Linda Pochmara . . . Montclair State College. KENNY MILLER SHERYL MILLER oJOHN MILTON BONNIE MITCHELL LOUKIA MOUSTAKAS o RICHARD MOHR OLIVER NEWSOME PATRICIA MINNI AARON MOORE FERN ALLISON NOACKeBERTHA PADEN Quiet . • - sensitive . . intelligent . . . ambitious . . . seldom seen without Bonnie Mitchell. Sendra Gilyerd, or Eleanor Register . . . belongs to the Sewing Club end the Library Gu Id . . . enjoys concerts end Christmas fairs, trips to New York, and art classes . . . loves to sew or reed . . . interested in Norman Rockwell's paintings ... hopes to go to Parson's School of Design. JUDITH PAVOLICK Very funny . . . likeable . . . active . . . sporty . . . self-satisfied . . . alms to go to Montclair State College . . . belongs to Red Cross. Leaders Club. Student Council, and Senior Council . . . enjoys being with Connie Carnevale. Maria La Rocca. Marie Grasso. Sherry Miller, and Marguerite Pisootta . . . likes—rock 'n roll . . . pizza pie . . . sewing . . cocking . . . bowling . . . swimming . . . football . . . crazy blouses . . . dates . . . everything at Arts High. MICHAEL THOMAS PCCORA Owner of a happy personality . . . participates in Junior Varsity Basketball . . . Catholic Youth Organization . . . works in his spare time ... a "do-it-yourselfcr" . . . usually fosesd around Homeroom 206 . . . favorites are Broadway plays . . . jazz . . . sleeping ... Ivy League and sport clothing ... art classes ... is an admirer of Mr. Reuter . . . hates getting up in the morning . . . enjoyed test-time the least . . . plans to attend Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art. VINCENT PELUSO Amiable . . . has charm and a warm personality . . . fun-loving ... a serious student . . . conservative dresser . . , envoys membership in the Orchestra . . . thinks Mr. Morris's history classes are great . . . girls that are feminine, well-groomed, sincere, and well-mannered appeal to him . . . Norman Jackson. Susan Tragala, Vmny Corrado. PoScdi George, and Tom Finettl are among his close friends ... Mr. Pesile has his admiration but we cAn't leave Frank Sinatra out . . . plans to attend Newark Sfato Teachers College. MARGUERITE PISCIOTTA Sugar 'n' spice n everything nice . . . friendly . . . sweet . . . usually with chums Jody Pavolick. Jean Cambouris. Maria La Rocca. Donna Gough, and Connie Carnevale ... member of Red Cross and Varsity Cheering Squad . . . Catholic Youth Organization . . . enjoys good movies, typing, bowling, and records . . . suits . . . reading . . . "Hi-there" . . . Mrs. Lazar, Mrs. Hiller, and Mr Pesile . . . wants to attend Drako Business College . . . would like to have a successful career. LINDA POCHMARA Petite . . . friendly . . . Quiet . . . serious . . . always liked basketball . . . sport clothes . . history . . . any kind of music . . . dancing . . . reading good books ... Mr Shapiro . . . Taylor Caldwell . . . Pearl S. Buck and Van Gogh ... is usually found with Norman Jackson, Maria La Rocca and Mane Grasso . . . belongs to Glee Club . . . Modern Dance Club . . . Leaders Club . . . does not Tike homework or vain people . . . would like to attend Rutgers University. RALPH PORZILLI Wonderful . . . warmhearted . . . modest ... too perfect to change . . . plans to attend Fairleigh Dickinson University to study political science and Government . . . buddies arc Richard Mohr. Mike Stcpanski. Ken Garry. Ken Brown, and Matthew Swaikowski . . . editor of Scope . . . StixJent Council . . . A-pm holder . . . likes playing tennis, talking on the phone, singing folk music and playing his guitar . . . enioys art. history, and Ivy League clothes ... has great respect for Mr. Spindler. Miss Oavid, Mr. Janowitz and Van Gogh. PENELOPE POWE Flashing brown eyes and a vivacious smile ... a magnetic personality . . . an enthusiastic cheerleader ... a good listener ... a btythe spirit . . . loves skating, bowling, scwino and dancing . . . "Oh my goodness!" ... an infectious sense of humor . . active in Red Cross. Library Guild and Sewing Club . . . would like to attend Howard University. SAUNDRA ELAINE POWELL Cheerful . . . loquacious . . . amiable . . . nutty at times ... is usually found at home or with Sandra Gilyard. Arlene La Marr, Bonnie Mitchell, and Lorraine White . . . brightens up any room she enters . . . likes sewing, dancing, drawing, talking, and listening to records . . . dislikes unfriendly people . . . eats anything and everything . . . "No big thing" . . . Red Cross. Christmas Fair . . . may attend a dress designing sc hoof. VALERIE PRICE Valcne is unique . . . well-groomed . . . sophisticated . . . efficient and self-possessed . . . lovely voice . . . will always remember opera rehearsals, chorus classes and those history periods with Mr. Morns . . . lively conversationalist . . loves to buy clothes espec ally shoes . . . listens to Tcha.kowsky or Beethoven in leisure hours ... has a host of friends . . . Oberlin Conversetory of Music . . . mus c career. VALERIE PRICEANTHONY PUGLIESE ELEANOR REGISTER © MARY ANN RAFANELLO REBECCA ELAINE REID DOUGLAS RANDOLPH ROSEANN RENDINAANTHONY PUGLIESE ■Puoy" . . . friendly . . . fun loving . . . ambitious . . . would like to be famous . . James Caputo. Anthony Nardiello. and Mike Rudis are h s comrades ... a Stage Crew member ... a hunter . . . fisherman . . . inventor . . . jazz . . . ravioli . . . oirfs . . . chemistry . . . Mr. Voller . . . Mr. Yabiick .... Mr Morris . . . plans to go to Rutgers Newark . . . 'will work with his father m the construction business. MARGARET QUIGLEY Hard worker . . . soc able . . . studious . . . looks on the brighter side of things . . . quiet . . . conscientious . . bright-eyed . hearty . . easygoing . . . relaxes'when she sews . . . likes to paint . . . Alberta Ulmer Gail B'iere and Annette Russo are her good friends . . . plans to attend Newark State College or Rutgers University. MARY ANN RAFANELLO “Mare'' is quiet . . . friendly . . . charming . . . sweet . . . shy . . . walks the halls with Donna Revello . . spends spare time with Joe . . . fond of sport clothes, baseball . . . steak and veal cutlets . . . likes romantic music .'. . cnioys being in the company of her friends Donna Gough. Camille Me zocchi and Sherry Miller . . has applied for admission to Montclair State College . . . hopes to major m English. DOUGLAS RANDOLPH Douglas is an all around fellow who loves sports ... a high scorer tor the Basketball Team ... a runner on the Track Team . . . member of the Varsity Club . . - math class is his favorite . . . when not at home listening to h« "Hi-Fi" he is usually found at V MCA or practicing with the Youth Choir of his church ... in school he's usually with Ed Kennedy . . . Aaron Moore . . . Tyrone Howell and John Milton . . . would like to attend Howard University. ELEANOR REGISTER Quiet . . . amiable . . . well-liked . . . pals include Bonnie Mitchell. Phyllis Johnson. Vernell Bates ... Arlene La Marr, Marvin McGtaw. Charles Stewart. Valerie Price . . . clubs . . . Scope . . . Red Cross . . . Girls' Glee Club . . . Vignette . . her favorite subject is English . . . foods . . . shrimp . . her very favorite pastime is reading . . . her favorite teacher is Mrs. Shapiro along with Mr. Gentile . . . her ambition b to attend college. REBECCA ELAINE REID Vivacious. . . sweet . . . friendly with Janice Washington. Bonnie Mitchell. Marion Thompson. Donald Greene, and Ross Coxson . . . belongs to Rod Cross. Library Guld and Girls' Glee Club . . cnioys the friendly atmosphere , . . basketball . . . football . . . favorite teacher Miss Howard . . . likes Pearl S Buck's novels ... a sea food and fried chicken addict . . . appreciates rock 'n' roll and jazz music . . . has chosen nursing as a career goal. ROSEANN RENDINA Genial . . full of fun . . . always has a good time with Joe Denaro. Marilyn Radice, Linda Femerman and Jolyn Tartaglia . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . listening to records . . . dancing . . . drawing . . . very tond of Mrs. Assartson and Mr. Gommoll ... an Edgar Allan Poe fan . , . wants to be a cosmetician. DONNA REVELLO Quiet . . . petite . . a ready grin ... a sympathetic ear . . . enthusiastic . . . loves romantic music . . . listens to Johnny Mathis' records . . . friends include Camille Mazzacchi. and John D'Almcida ... a bit sober but inclined to join in the fun . . . active member of the Red Cross. Student Council. Scope, and Craftsmen's Club . .. Montclair State College at a math major. SPENCER ROBINSON. JR. Sincere . . . calm . . . quiet . . . Track Team throoph entire high school career . . . active in Young Adult Choir of his church . . . enjoys basketball. football, iazz and meditation ... has tremendous admiration for Mr. Morris . . . frequently observed in the company of James Wallace. Clarence Warren and James Hinton . . . looks to a career In the United States Marine Corps. MICHAEL RUDIS Always on the go . full of fun . . . Y.M.C.A. . . . C.Y.O. . . . looks for beauty in the world ... a truo artist . . . rock 'n' roll music . . . football . . . steak . , wears high roll shirts . . . close friends are Richard Valardo, Annunziato Amoresano, Jack Robertello, and Tony Skibinsky .. . body building and coin collecting are his very special interests . . . wants to study electricity. DONNA REVELLO SPENCER ROBINSON. JR.ANNETTE RUSSO ALEX SCHWEC GARY SEAMAN HENRY SCHROECK WILLIAM RUSSO CHRISTINE SMISHKEWYCHANNETTE RUSSO Pleasant personality . . . cooperative . . . dependable . . . sensitive . . . a chatterbox . . . Lynette Eddy . . . Brenda Buchner . . . Maryann Ratancllo are her special friends . . . Red Cross. Vignette literary staff and Library Guild nectirvgs keep her busy . . . watching T.V. . . . listening to good music and sketching are her leisure pursuits . . . read ng . . . biology . . . sports . . . clothes . . . Miss Howard . . . Gone With the Wind . . . Of Human Bondage . . . she loves them all . . . pet aversions are history and algebra . . . plans to attend the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art ... a career as fashion illustrator will keep her happy. WILLIAM RUSSO Calm . . likeable . . . Intelligent . . . Mike Rudis, Jim Polltan, Mike Pecora and George Farragi top his list of friends . . . our Baseball Team captain . . . Varsity Club member . . . touch football leagues and CYO dances he enjoys . . . "You bet me!" . . . subject . . . commcrcal art is his specialty . . designs cars . . . baseball, football and surfing . . . spaghetti and meat balls is his favorite dish. GARY SEAMAN Genial . . . ambitious . . . outgoing . favorites—Tina, world literature, golf, football, classical music, novels. Mr. Gommoll. Ivy League clothing . . . comrades arc George Smishkewych, Paul Volz, Jerry Tunello. George Woshakiwsky. Larry Pyatt. Pierre Desranlcau. and Mike Pecora . . . swimming. track and field, and drama club are his very worthwhile leisure activities . . . looks forward to attending the University of Colorado as a speech and dramatic arts major. MARY ANN SENTIWANY Petite . . . soft spoken ... an infectious laugh . . . friendly . . . finds Mr. Thomas's biology classes exciting . . . dancing, reading, roller skating, talking on the telephone, popular music . . . baseball . . . casual clothing . . . Mrs. Lazar is special . . . close friends aro Phyllis Do Groot. Donna Gough. Conme Carnevale. Mane Grasso. and Janice Hall ... a school of medical technology is her next stop. MICHAEL SCHILARE Affable . . . buddies arc Charles Ereolano. Dennis Giron. Ralph Mortellito. Norman Jackson, ond Vincent Corrado . . . cnioys jazz . . . Italian food . . . chorus classes . . . wrestling . . . English . . . Banlon sweaters . . . Mr. Pickett . . . Leonard Bernstein ... pet peeves—nail biters . . . window shopping . . cafeteria food . . . usually found with his girl friend Betty Lou . . . would like to attend American College of Cosmetology. HENRY SCHROECK Very friendly . . . unselfish . . . terrific sense of humor . . . enjoys all kinds of sports ... Mr. Spindler is his favorite teacher . . . hobby is "girl scouting" . . . likes sloppy, comfortable clothing . . . close friends arc John D'Almeida. Kenny Garry. Alan Balabanow. Mike Stepanski and Lenny Triano ... art college or the Navy will be part of his future. ALEX SCHWEC A thinker ... a good sport ... a non-conformist . . . member of the Track Team, the Swimming Team, and the Craftsmen's Club . . . hunts, fishes and swims during leisure hours . . . enjoys Steinbeck’s novels . . . John Matol and Bill Graztano arc his friends . . . admires Mr. Gommoll and Mr. Spindler . . . hopes to attend Rutgers University. ROCCO SICA Carefree . . . cheerful . . . amiable . . . musically inclined . . . loves jazz, football, high rolls, pool, trumpet playing and girls . . . detosts home work . . . thinks Mr. Pes le. Dave Brubcck. Al Hirt are great mus e men . . . Charlie Ereolano, Billy Russo. Dennis Giron. Debbie Kounelias and Nancy Karsmarski arc students whose friendship he values ... a music major at Montclair State College. GEORGE SMISHKEWYCH Ambitious . . . affable . . . athletic . . . serious student . . . warm personality . . . a member of the National Honor Society, Swimming Team and the Track Team . . . usually found with Gary Seaman and George Woshakiwsky . . . always striving to improve . . plays the guitar . . . likes to read ... a golfer . . very much interested in biology and chemistry . . . sings in a Ukrainian choir . . . college-bound. Rutgers University. CHRISTINE SMISHKEWYCH Quiet (in school) . . . Anela Szkwarko . . . Anna Dzu ban . . . belongs to Typmg Club. Leaders Club, Modern Dance Club . . . sings with a quartet and the Ukrainian Chorus . . . draws . . . plays tennis . . . swims . . . sews . . . listens to Mario Lanza's records . . . admires Mr. Knoblcr . . . reads works ot Eliot . . . finds art periods most stimulating . . . usually spends leisure time in the cafeteria or the auditorium . . . will specialize in fashion designing at Parson's School of Design. GEORGE SMISHKEWYCH oTAMY SMITH JAMES SODEN MICHAEL STEPANSKI A ANELA SZKWARKO ARTHUR TART JOLYN TARTAGLIA BARBARA TERRY e MATTHEW SWAJKOWSKITAMY SMITH Tall . . . dark . . . handsome . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . hunting and fishing are hi favorite outdoor activities . . . outside interest—Boys' Club. Y.M.C.A., and Aristocrats of Art . . . sings with a group . . . draws and paints signs . . . talks on the phone . . . favoritev—classical music . . . sport clothes ... art ... Mr. Spindier . . . Agatha Christie . . . Michelangelo . . . dislikes—detention . . . expects to continue the study of art at Montclair State College. JAMfS SODEN Easy-going . . . friendly ... a man of principles... enjoys the assemblies and art classes . . . watches television . . . reads . . . finds movies and football to his liking . . . collects Judy Garland aibums . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Sp ndler . . . close friends a?c Jimmy Joudrey. Brian Madden. Richard Kelley, and Jimmy Caputo . . . expects to join the United States Navy . . . will travel. CHERYL SPELLMAN Friendly . . . jovial . . . considerate . . . likes Chinese Food . . . rock ’n" roll . . . chem sfry . . . English . . . football . . . track . . . mystery stones . . . associates with Nadine Knight, Penny Powe. Poledi George. Sheila Carter and Elearvsr Register ... Mr. Yablick, Mr. Spindier and Mr. Gentile are the greatest . . . frequently experiments with new hair styles . . . college-bound for a degree in nurs ng. MICHAEL STEPANSKI A good ser.se of humor . . . intelligent ... a thinker . . . enjoys physics classes . . . other favorites arc tennis, swimming, writing . . . reads Hemingway’s works.. . Ra'pH Pornlli, Kenneth Garry, Richard Mohr. Kenny Brown. Walenj Kyreiko. Joseph Grohowski are his constant compan.ons . . . his favorite expression is • Bully" . . . Fairleigh Dickinson University . . . mam ambition is to be a wealthy intellectual. MATTHEW SWAJKOWSKI Conscientious . . . serious ... an ardent weight-lifter ... a health food fan . . . likes candy . . . paints and reads . . . does imitations ... a mathematical mind . . . often in Mr. Gommoll’s homeroom . . . Debbie Kounelias. Joe Mantclmacher. Bill G'az ano, Ralph Porzilii arc his close friends . . . Math Club. National Honor Society. Craftsmen's Club and Baseball Team occupy his after school hours . . . expects to attend Lehigh University. ANELA SZKWARKO "Nellebelle" or "Annie" (as Mr. Yablick calls her) a friendly, sincere young lady with an infectious giggle . . . lists Susan Tragala. Barbara Bennett and Chris Smishkewych among her friends . . . participant in Orchestra. Library Guild, and the Opera Orchestra and the All-State Orchestra . . . a pends time playing her violin, listening to classical music, or playing tennis.. . enjoys Ukrainian foods and wearing "simple dressy dresses" . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Pcstlo . . . plans to major in music at Montclair State College. ARTHUR TART Shy . . . interested in photography, bowling, swimming . . . participates enthusiastically in Gymnastic Club and Y M C A. . . . likes history, baseball, football, munc (all kinds), good food . . . never chews gum in class . . . hates homework . . . favorite artist is Dave Brubeck ... a few good friends are Stan Joffe. Joe Grohowski, Andy Dutko . . . undecided about career . . . expects to enlist in the United States Army. JOLYN TARTAGLIA Shining eyes . . . freckles . . . winning smile ... a magnetic charm . . . food . . . art . . . fashion . , . interior decoration . . . horseback riding and wafor skiing . . . lacks an enemy ... an industrious student . . . mischievous disposition . . enthusiastic archer . . . keeps telephone wires busy . . . chcer-i-aid at Columbus Hospital . . . loyal to friends and school . . . will specialize in fashion design and illustration at Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art. BARBARA TERRY Easy-going . . . happy . . . likes anyone with a sense of humor . . . reading. sewmg. panting. horseback riding, and collecting records . . . likes shirtwaist dresses . . . Mr. Morris . . . Mrs. Hiller . . . close friends are Anne Lonergan and Paula Catena . . . member of Library Guild and Scope Staff... interested in science ... may seek training in medical technology. FRANCINE THORNTON A vivacious person . . . friendly . . . conscientious . . . bubbling personality . . . talkative . , . enjoys sewmg . . . social activities . . . history . . . chorus . . . shrimp . . . conservative clothes . . . football . . . basketball . . . Latin American music . . . dislikes conceited people . . . favorite author is James Baldwin . . . active in Sewmg Club. Red Cross and Student Council . . . will preparo for a career as a medical technician. 0SUSAN TRGALA LEONARD TROIANO GERALD TURIELLO JEANETTE VANDER GYZE ELAINE ULOZAS ALBERTA ULMERSUSAN TRGALA Congenial . . . petite . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . possess a charming smile . . . found in homeroom or walking the halls with Bobby or Vlnny . . . enjoys eating steak or playing tennis . . . always does her homework . . . Mr. Pesile and Mr. Tobia arc her favorite teachers . . . close frionds are Anela Szkwarko. Robert Dral. Pcledi Georg and Vincent Pcluso . . . Orchestra, Senior Council. Student Council and Math Club keep her very busy . . . will attend Rutgers University or Upsala College. LEONARD TROIANO Well-Iked . . . enjoys people . . . would like to be successful . . . the faculty and student body aro tops . . . sketching . . . building model cars and boats ... all music . . . pizza pie ... art . . . ice skating . . . ••The Mouse That Roared" . . . "You rang?!" . . . Michelangelo . . . pals are Henry Schrocck, Alan Balabanow. Edward Betz and John D’Almeida... plans to work days and attend Newark School of Erne and Industrial Art in the evenings. GERALD TURIELLO Quiet . . . reserved . . . likeable . . . always has a witty reply . . . frequents the "Bright Spot" . . a musician . . . rock ’n’ roll and jazz music arc the best . . . Gary Seaman. Richard Velardo. Michael Rudis and Jack Robertello aro his "buddies" ... St. Michael's College in Sante Pe, New Mexico is his destination. ALBERTA ULMER Quiet . . . can be quite vocal when you got to know her . . . close friends include Gall 8riere. Barbara Bennett, and An ia Szkwarko . . . active in the Math Club. Library Guild. Red Cross, and Scope . . . ambitious person . . . well-lkod . . . wants to teach in an elementary school . . . part-time employment keeps her busy . . . dislikes homework intensely . . . finds history a fascinating subject . . . Newark Stato College. ELAINE ULOZAS Dedicated to art and the great masters . . . has enjoyed Mrs. Stiller’ sense of humor . . . fascinated by people . . . active in the Math Club and Student Council . . . Carole Koenig and Rochelle Barletta are friends whose company she prefers . . . witty . . . staunch defender of principles . . . philosophy is hor favorite topsc . . . will continue at Newark School of Fine and industrial Art . . . may prepare for a teaching career in the future. JEANETTE VANDER GYZE Intelligent . . . ambitious . . . artistic . . . lots of fun ... a smart dresser . . . prefers sport clothes . . . Ikes swimming, lunch, and rock and roll . . . Mr. Splndler . . . Michelangelo . . . art , . . roast beef . . . enjoys sketching and going out . . . favorite entertainment is people . . . can’t stand conceit . . . found with Joe Denaro. Vinnie Corrado. Jerry Turiello. Margo Lancm and Rochelle Barletta . . . plans to enter Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art. EILEEN VAN DUYNE Warmhearted . . . possesses a pleasant personality . . . lively and impulsive . . . often seen lending a helping hand to someone in need . . . some of her many likes aro chorus . . . gym . . . bowling . . . be ng a hospital volunteer . . . jazz . . . dancing . . . parties . . . saying "Not realty!" . . . boys, especially Louis Jones . . . admires Mr. Pickett. Mr. Pesile and Mr. Morris ... a member of Student Council. Red Cross. Future Teachers of America and Vignette . . . undecided about futu'c plans. RICHARD VELARDO Calm . . . considerate . . . carefree . . . belongs to the Band and is on the Track Team . . . never eats In the cafeteria ... is usually found with his girlfriend Joanne . . . hobbies are boats and cars ... a jazz and rock ’n’ roll fan . . . Pizza is his dish . . . allergic to detention . . . plans either to seek employment In private industry or enlist in the United States Army. PAUL VOLZ Fun-loving . . . intelligent . . . thoughtful . . . reserved . . . active participant in the Chorus . . . member of the Junior Varsity and the Varsity Baseball Team . . . found wherever George Woshakiwsky and Gary Seaman are . . . enjoys everything from folk music to English . . . likes the human comedy . . . expects to major in psychology at the University of Colorado. DOROTHY VON ENDE A good mixer . . . clever . . . shy . . . found with George Woshakiwsky. Debbie Kounolias. and Steve Kehayes or in the Bright Spot . . . Ikes walking about the halls . . . enioys sleeping, reading, dating . . ’. does not enjoy conceited boys . . . loves anything to do with math . . . books about Africa are her major interest . . . listens to iazz . . . wanders through art exhibits ... a Sunday School teacher . . . Student Council and Scope member . . . dislikes gym . . , hopes for a career in medical research . . . Pennsylvania University. JAMES LEWIS WALLACE Quiet . . . friendly . . . enjoys girls . . . frequents "Pete's" (the store on High Street) . . . reading, bowling, jazz and talking on the phone arc his leisure activities . . . conservative dresser . . . basketball amt baseball fan . . . wants to be successful . . . will attend a business college. PAUL VOLZ DOROTHY VON ENDE JAMES LEWIS WALLACE oGEORGE WOSHAKIWSKY ARTHUR CHARLES WASSMER LEWIS ANTHONY WILK IMOGENE WHITAKER LEONARD WESLEYDIANI MARIE WALSH Vivacious . . . mischievous . . . lovct parties . . . show tunc . . . constant companions are Dorothy Lee. Stephen. Grabowski. Fern Novak . . . her extracurricular activities are Girls' Glee Club, and Red Croat . . . devotes leisure hours to knitting sweaters for her boy friend and her dog . . . dungarees and a sloppy swearer is her idea of comfortable attire . . . seeing a Broadway show is her favorite entertainment . . . plans to enter Rutgers University to prepare for a nursing career. ARTHUR CHARLES WASSMER Mr. Music Man . . . serious but fun-loving ... an intellectual . . . has tremendous respect for learning ... a skier . . . buddies include Bruce Persrng. Marvin McGraw and Terry Glynn . . . member of All-State Chorus, church choir and Young Peoples Group . . . Pushkin. Yeats and Shakes-pcarc are authors whose work he thoroughly enioys ... a Bach. Mozart and Verdi fan . . . admires Mr. Janowitz, Mr Pickett, and Miss A bos . . . seriously considering the ministry as a career . . . Wheaton College is his goaf. LEONARD WESLEY Has neve' regretted Ns transfer from East Side to Arts ... his warm personality has made him very popular, especially with Dennis Flagg. Marvin McGraw. Isaiah Jordan. Bonnie Mitchell . . . likes |azz. Ivy League clothes, and Mr. Gommoll . . . kind . . . considerate ... a model builder ... a track man ... a Student Council representative . . . will begin preparation for on art career at Pratt Institute. MORRIS WYATT JERRY WICHINSKY "Jose" . . . good-humored . . . friendly . . . enioys the art pregram here . . . collects albums . . writes poetry . . . fond of basketball and girls . . . loves the theatre . . . likes to wear dungarees and man-tailored shirts . . . paints portraits . . . interested in Charles Dickens and Paul Cezanne . . . Rkhie Grossman. Joe Mantolmacher. Phyllis Katz and Stu Schultz are his good companions . . . belongs to a fraternity . . . Montclair State College is hs goal. LEWIS ANTHONY WILK Handsome . . . intelligent . . . often called "Don Juan" . . . known for his stylish garb . . . constantly complains about the absenco of spare time . . . primary interests are chemistry and math . . . always found with Edward Betz and John Matol . . . other favorites include baseball, archery, Polish food, reading Hemingway . . . plans a medical career . . . hopes to take his pre-med courses at Rutgers University. IMOGENE WHITAKER "Bunny" . . . pleasant . . . friendly . . - easy-going . . . studious . . . one thing she doesn’t believe in is rushing . . . Sewing Club . . . Red Cross . . . Student Council . . . enioys our musical productions and Christmas fairs . . . friendly with Faye Kennedy. Cora Bigelow and Franeine Thornton . . . has a keen eye for clothes . . . likes most of latest fashions . . . reads . . . history fascinates her . . . may enter Seton Hall University to prepare for a nursing career. GEORGE WOSHAKIWSKY Good looking . . . very well-liked ... a highly talented young man . . . associates with Gary Seaman. Paul Volz. Pierre. George Smishkewych. and Dottie Von Ende . . . member of the Orchestra. the Opera Orchestra, and the N. J. All-State Orchestra . . . likes to spend time in New York City . . . loves Italian hot dogs . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Pesile ... a great admirer of the concert violinist. Isaac Stern . . . plans to study at Boston University or Juiikard School of Music. MORRIS WYATT Quiet . . , keeps things to himself ... an attentive listener ... a thinker . . . appreciates a good |oke . . . I kes reading, model planes and football . . . enthusiastic about science and math . . . Math Club member . . . spends his tree time with Lenny Donofrio, John Milton and Doug Randolph . . . college-bound. ARIJA ZALKALNS Self-satisfied . . . daring . . . game for anything . . . particular In choice of friends . . . enioys life-save's . , . Saturday Art School . . , pastimes are reading . . . listening to wild or mood music . . . observing others carefully . . . playing solitaire . . . bacon, lettuce and tomato on toast is her idea of a solid sandwich . . . dresses fo suit the mood . . . Shakespeare is tops . . . close friend is Elaine Zenna . . . anticipates being admitted to Cooper Union. ELAINE ZENNA The pleasant cheerful type . . . thinks of self as an Individualist . . . enioys painting, sculpturing, football and soccer . . . visits Washington Square in New York . . . Steinbeck, Cezanne, and Monet are really in . . . member of Girls' Glee Club. Bowling Club and Fashion Club . . . finds pleasure in music with a mood and message . . . close acquaintances are Arija Zalkalns. Anna Lopore, Jo Oenaro, and Leslio Friod . . . sport clothot are the greatest . . . believes in living not existing . . . doesn't appreciate "hiking" from B9 to tho third floor . . . expects to major In fine arts at Cooper Union. ARIJA ZALKALNS ELAINE ZENNA oWILLIAM GRIFFIN. JR Our all-around athlete . . . generous ... hat a terrific sense of humor . . . loves baseball, basketball. football, and track . . . after a strenuous workout he relaxes by hstcnino to jazz or rock 'n roll music . . reading a pood book also pktasos him ... has especially enjoyed Mr Morris's history class . . . close friends include Spencer Robinson, James Wallace, Bonnie Mitchell, and Doris Wallace ... Da Vinci inspires him ... the Armed Forces is his future destination. LORRAINE OBRIEN Engaging personality . . . energetic . . . happy . . . very talkative . . . lively . . . keeps up on the latest dance steps . . an enthusiastic bowler . . . Mr. Pesile and Mrs. Lazar are two of her favorite people . . enjoys shopping in New York or seeing a good play . . . loves sport clothes . . . Anthony Santora and Elaine Carpousis are her close friends . . . reads at least two books a week . . . expects to seek employment as a secretary. ALEXIS SMITH "Lex' has a well-rounded personality with a wonderful sense of humor . . her talkativeness is a delightful attribute . . . Happiness she best owes on all... a versatile young lady with interests ranging from |arx to roller skating . . . volunteering at Presbytenan Hospital is one of her more serious pastimes . . . She also enjoys bowling and basketball ... A business college will occupy her time next year. ■SK.VIOR Ailes. Patricia 368 Dayton Street Bl 2-4165 Amoresano. Annunziato 85 Fourteenth Avenue Andruchowitz. Stanley 19 Adam Street Ml 3-5171 Balabanow, Alan 1766 Union Avenue MU 6-4589 8arcliff. Kathleen 89 Spruce Street Bl 2-0699 Barlctta. Rochelle Batts, Vernclle 570 Hawthorne Avenue 110 Chapel Street Ml 3-3660 Beal. Gwen 5 Northview Terrace SO 3-4163 Bennett. Barbara 424 South Orange Avenue MA 2-1448 Betz. Edward 890 South Twentieth Street ES 5-4384 Bigelow. Cora .112 South Fifteenth Street HU 3-5655 Blasco, Curt 956 Eighteenth Avenue ES 2-1773 Bradbury. Phillip . ..191 North Sixth Street HU 5-2388 Briere. Gail 450 Springfield Avcnuo Bl 8-2008 Broadnax. Linda 152 South Tenth Street Ml 3-8828 Brown. Kenneth 40 Dayton Street Bl 3-7222 Cambouris, Jeanne 314 Sixteenth Avenue ES 2-3909 Caputo, James 1 86 Ridge Street HU 5-1842 Carnevale, Concctta 317 South Seventh Street Bl 2-7095 Carpousis. Elaine 290 South Eighth Street Ml 3-2028 Carroll, Rojean 25 White Terrace ES 1-2546 Carter. Carolyn Carter, Sheila Caruso, Jill 257 Lake Street 63 South Tenth Street 367 North Twelfth Street HU 5-4320 Cleveland, Elizabeth Coleman. Juanita 273 South Orange Avenue 127 South Thirteenth Street HU 5-7259 Copeland, Eleanor .102 South Seventh Street MA 4-3029 Corrado. Vincent .. 368 Highland Avenue HU 4-2359 Costa. Karen .9 Nichols Street MA 3-5199 D'Almcida. John Dancy. Joshua 87 Lang Street MA 2-6128 De Groot, Phyllis Denaro, Joseph 165 Twelfth Avenue -137 Ridge Street HU 5-3316 Denning. Maureen Di Carlo, Joseph .... 136 First Street HU 5-7397 Dokus, John Dral. Robert — 101 Main Street 458 South Eighteenth Street ES 5-2111 Dutko, Andrew .517 South Sixteenth Street ES 3-6094 Dziuban, Anna .. 470 South Seventeenth Street ES 2-4941 Elmore. Ronald 376 Chadwick Avenue Bl 2-6582 Embrcy. Robert Bl 2-7445 Ercolano, Charles 416 South Fifteenth Street Ml 3-1934 Evans. Joseph .169 Ridgewood Avenue ES 4-1793 Fenny. Jeannette 90 Bergen Street Field, Stephen — 125 Lincoln Avenue HU 2-9007 Finctti. Thomas 167 North Twelfth Street HU 4-3790 Flagg. Dennis 915 Hunterdon Street TA 4-4342 Fried. Lesley _ 80 Pulaski Street Ml 3-1893 Fuller. Robert 26 South Fourteenth Street HU 5-6412 Galanty. Martin 140 Keer Avenue 926-5116 Garry. Kenneth 629 Eighteenth Avenue ES 4-9526 Gcleailen. Ronald ES 4-1914 George, Poledi 717 High Street Ml 3-5471 Gibba. Steven 267 Elwood Avenue 468-7009 Gibki, Henry Gilyard. Sandra 736 South Twentieth Street 15 Conklin Avenue Bl 3-0753 Giron. Dennis 547 South Nineteenth Street 347-0490 Gisscndanner, Bobby Gruliano. Lucille 313 Norfolk Street 8 Sheffield Drive 485-0475 Gough. Donna 113 Center Terrace Bl 3-5456 Grabowski. Stephanie 678 Mount Prospect Avenue HU 5-3743 Grasso, Marie 435 South Fourteenth Street MA 3-6023 Graziano, William 100 Beaumont Place HU 2-5334 Grohowski. Joseph ...... 147 Summit Street Bl 3-3732 Gudaitis, Charles . . 371 South Tenth Street MA 4-3334 Hall, Janice 493 South Fifteenth Street Bl 8-6546 Harris, Marvin 624-7922 Henry . Myra 143 Rose Street Bl 8-5670 Hcyman. Carol 280 Goldsmith Avenue 926-0868 Higgins. Kathleen 417 South Eighteenth Street ES 4-7059 Hinton. James. 160 Shephard Avenue 926-5727 Holick. Paul 414 South Eighth Street Bl 8-1246 Holmes. Vincent 56 Eckert Avenue Bl 2-3324 Holowchak, Curtis 23 Shawnee Road BR 6-9644 Howell. Tyrone 87 Littleton Avenue Ml 3-4364 Hudson, David 195 Second Street HU 5-6705 Hutson, Ruby 58 Ingraham Place Bl 2-4390 Insabella. John — 241 Oliver Street Ml 2-8557 Jackson. Joseph. ... 260 Prince Street 248-6766 Jackson. Norman ..... 140 South Tenth Street MA 4-7727 Jenkins, Reginald .... 683 High Street Ml 2-4935 Johnson. Phylis 113 Chadwick Avenue Bl 8-4361 Jordan. Isaiah 706 Bergen Street 248-0648 Joudrey. James 83 North Eleventh Street HU 4.7713 Karczcwski. Stanley. - 74 Chelsea Avenue 373-4718 Karsmarski, Nancy 594 South Nineteenth Street ES 5-3776 Katz. Phyllis WA 6-3994 Kchayes, Steven .... 200 North Sixth Street HU 4-0362 Kelly, Richard 890 Hunterdon Street 242-1027 Kennedy. Edward 80 Treacy Avenue Bl 8-5436 Kennedy. Faye .340 South Twentieth Street ES 4-5430 King, Vivian— 159 South Tenth Street MA 2-3220 Knight. Nadine 103 South Eighth Street MA 4-6654 Koenig. 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Marvin ............. 376 South Sixth Street Melino, Barbara 474 South Orange Avenue Metrocavage, James 98 Van Buren Street Miller, Kenny 122 Chadwick Avenue Miller, Sheryl......... 354 South Twelfth Street Milton, John I 18 South Eleventh Street Minni, Patricia 461 South Fourteenth Street Mitchell, Bonnie ......... .30 Magnolia Street Mohr, Richard............... 77 Forest Hill Pkwy Moore, Aaron ....... ....... 126 Wickliffe Street Moustakas, Loukia 263 South Tenth Street New;somc. Oliver..........50 South Seventh Street Noack. Fern ... 216 Smith Street Oliver, Dolores 39 Ogden Street Orsini, Joseph...... 327 North Thirteenth Street Paden, Bertha................... 178 Prince Street Pavolick, Judith _________3 West Runyon Street Pccora, Michael Thomas 444 Kerrigan Boulevard Pcluso, Vincent...................168 Third Street Pisclotta. Marguerite 476 South Orange Avenue Pochmara, Linda............ 78 Houston Street Porzilli, Ralph ____________ 16 West End Avenue Powe, Penelope ___________ 91 Johnson Avenue Powell, Saundra ............ 637 Hunterdon Street Price, Valerie 5 Gardner Place Pugliesc, Anthony___________ 132 Highland Avenue Quigley, Margaret______ 628 Springfield Avenue Rafancllo, Mary Ann .648 South Eighteenth Street Randolph, Douglas 22 Longworth Street Register, Eleanor 131 Hillside Avenue ES 3-4191 Bl 8-3820 WA 3-9108 HU 5-4266 GE 8-1643 TA 4-4461 HU 4-8934 HU 4-5815 WA 3-6810 HU 2-3887 Bl 8-6513 WA 3-6570 HU 3-3150 HU 2-2857 Bl 3-8618 HU 5-7374 HU 4-8199 ES 4.1047 Ml 3-6195 Bl 8-2005 Ml 3-4539 HU 2-4998 Bl 3-7451 Bl 3-2519 HU 2-4934 624-9199 MA 4-7864 Ml 3-3669 ES- 3-5733 HU 3-9322 HU 4-6691 HU 5-9095 ES 3-9339 MA 4-7189 373-5003 Bl 2-7992 Bl 3-3779 PI 6-6397 HU 3-0424 ES 3-8573 ES 4-9554 MA 4-5448 Bl 8-9209 Reid. Rebecca ....141 James Street Rendina. Roscann 834 South Fourteenth Street Rcvcllo, Donna ________ —............. 43 Peck Avenue Robinson. Spencer 218 Orange Street Rudis, Michael 574 Thirteenth Avenue Russo. Annette 68 Garden Street Russo, William ...........386 South Ninth Street Schilare, Michael... 100 Komom Street Schroeck, Henry ............. 129 Maine Street Schwec, Alex ..._.....421 South Eighteenth Street Seaman, Gary...................... 55 Chelsea Avenue Sentiwany, Mary Ann ..... 247 Sixteenth Avenue Ska, Rocco______ ________ 426 Fifteenth Avenue Smishkewych. Christine 726 South Nineteenth St. Smishkcwych. George 726 South Nineteenth Street Smith. Tamy _______ 23 Saint Francis Street Soden, James 541 Central Avenue Spellman. 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