Arts High School - Vignette Yearbook (Newark, NJ)

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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 550 HIGH STREET NEWARK NEW JERSEY VignetteGEORGE VOLLER B.S., M.A. The class of 1966 is proud to dedicate this year's Vignette to Mr. George Voller who, until this year was o member of the Arts High faculty and our guidance counselor for three years. Mr. Voller has always done a tremendous job in understanding and helping young people. The students' confidence in him was reflected in the way they never hesitated to ask him for help with all their problems. With Mr. Voller's help you could be certain you would be able to find a college if you really wanted a college education. All he asked was for you to help yourself and really hove the ambition to further your education. He understood young people and their problems. He was a teacher twenty-four hours a day. Although the words have become trite, he was a truly and is a truly dedicated teacher. DEDICATION 3 §5 ADMINISTRATION K l 4 DR. HARRY LEWIS Ph.D. Principal For three years. Dr. Lewis has been the "guiding light' of Arts High School. During this time he has never foiled to live up to the students' and the faculty's confidence in him. He has exhibited his characteristic forthrightness, enthusiasm for his work, and seemingly endless amount of patience to promote the general welfare of the school. Without a doubt. Dr. Lewis is thoroughly qualified for the sometimes taxing job of being principal. After graduation from Bloomfield High School, he received his B.A. and M.A. from Montclair State College and his Ph.D. from New York University. For a time Dr. Lewis taught mathematics at Ivy Junior High and at West Side High School. In addition to helping prepare student teachers at New York University, he taught actuarial students for the New York Actuaries Club. He has been a member of the Newark Board of Examiners. Before coming to Arts High, he was chairman of the Mathematics Department of East Side High School. The goal set by Dr. Lewis for Arts High is the stimulation of the student body and faculty to greater heights of academic achievement. Plans ore in progress for the creation of more honors classes and for the provision of more modern facilities for the school. Dr. Lewis has been trying to make the citizens of Newark very conscious and proud of the high standards set and achieved by Arts High School in the art, music, and academic fields.by PAT A. RESTAINO B.S., M.Ed. Vice-Principal Education is an eye-opener. If it serves any purpose it serves to shorpen one's view of life's episodes and to bring into more meaningful perspective the daily events of our time. The talented artist can see line, color, light, ond impression that escape those less able and less trained. So, too, the well-educated man can see more in the panorama of life than his less fortunate neighbor. The poorly edu- cated man sees only fragments of those human scenes he experiences. All too frequently, he misses that which is subtle, is insensitive to nuance, and blind to that which is foreign. So much of life just passes him by. Your school education has improved your vision but it hos not developed its full potential. There ore always flaws and blurs and this is why your education does not end here. Rather it is a life long process. The only corrective prescription for mental myopia is a life devoted to learning more each passing day.F TINA EUGENE BOHANNON B.S., M.A., Prof. Dipl. Guidorc , Chairman up LORNA R. FURST B.A.. M Ed. Hiilory C U L T Y WIUIAM R. CASTELLUCCIO B.S., M.A. $ci«n « EVELYN DONOVAN B.S. Phy»i ol Education MARIE J. FORTUNATO Clerk-StcnogropherCONSTANCE GREENE R.N.. B.S. Health Education SANDRA HANN B.A. Foreign Languages SEYMOUR C. HECK B.A , M.A. English, Chairman LUCILLE B. HILLER B.S. Procticol Arts MILTON KNOBLER B.S., M.A. Art SEYMOUR M. LANDSMAN B.S., MA. Art, Chairman JAMES F. LYNCH B.S. Art JEROME MARCUS B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts JOHN LANG B.S., M.A. Physical Education, Co-Ordinotor LAURETTE McNIEl BA. M.A. Science BETTE LAZAR B.S., M A. Secretarial MARIE MEEHAN R.N. Nurse nRUTH MEYERSON BA, M S. Mothtmotict ETHEL MINIZ Pianitt DOROTHY OSEFCHEN 8.A. Mathemalict HILTON J. OTERO B.A., M A, Foreign Language, Chairman DELPHINE PERUGINE BA, M.A. Englith ROCCO A. PESIIE B.S., M.A. Mutic, Co-Ordinotor WILLIAM L. PICKETT BM., M.M. Mutic LILLIAN RITTER B.C.E. Secretarial ALLAN J. SHAPIRO B.A.. M A. Hittory, Co-Ordinator GERTRUDE P. SHAPIRO B.S. Mutic JOSEPH REUTER B . foreign Language 12FACULTY ELIZABETH R STILLER B.S.. M.A Art RONALD STONE B.A. English GERARD C. TOBIA Mut.B . B S„ M.A. Mvsic ANNE B. WILLIAMS BA. History LEONARD J. YABLICK B.A., M.A. Scene , Co-Ordinotor SADIE B. YUKER B S . MA. librorion SHIRLEY ZONES Clerk-Stenogropher 13CAROUSEL One of the greatest accomplishments of each school year in Arts High is the production of the annual opera. Last spring Carousel proved a tremendous success. The entire Music Department—Mr. Rocco Pesile, head of the department and the orchestra conductor, Mr. William Pickett, chorus director, Mrs. Gertrude Shapiro, and Mr. Gerald Tobio—spent many hours in organizing and rehearsing the show. The Art Department earned many thanks in designing the sets and costumes for Carousel, and Mrs. Hiller and the home economics classes skillfully brought their costume designs into actual existence. In Carousel, a carnival visits a small American town at the -"Wo'll hove o r o nice elomboko . . Mm. Mutlin ond Julio mourn Billy's death. Dio no Chortok and Nick Bancor in a touching tcono showing the death oI Billy Bigelow. beginning of the twentieth century. Its hondsome barker, Billy Bigelow, marries one of the local girls, Julie Jordan. But both lose their jobs. Billy, far from honest, determines to join two friends in a robbery. Faced with capture and imprisonment, he stabs himself to death. Aftor his suicide Julie lives only for her little girl. In a poignant final scene of Carousel, fifteen years later at the girl's graduation, Billy is present, although invisible to Julie or their daughter. With its famous songs, beautiful dances, colorful costumes, and interesting story Carousel was one of Arts High's most successful operettas. 15CLASS OF 1966 SENIOR FACULTY MR. CALVIN Mr. Colvin hot hod extensive training in hit field o» a mothcmatici teacher. He wot awarded hit B.A. degree at Kontat State College ond hit M.A. dagree at Columbia University. Mr. Calvin hot olto hod iumm«r fellowships ot Montclair State College, ot Hunter College in New York City, and ot Renttelear Polytechnicol Institute, Troy, Now York. Hu intereitt include traveling, reading, twimming, fishing, ond working with young people. For two of the four yeort he hot been ot Arts High School, Mr. Colvin hot boon our clou advitor. He hot given unstintingly of hit time to the Clast of 1966. At o result, Mr. Calvin toyt, "It hat been challenging but a good chance to meet more ttudenlt ond to gain valuoble experience ' MISS ABOS Mitt Abot it one of the best known mogiciant ot Artt High. Every four yeort the toket a formlctt matt of frethmen ond before you know it the hot trontforrred them into a group of retpectoble teniort. With great determination the itrivet to make each doit her bett. No one can forget the fiery ditcuuiont or the piercing tests which mode Mist Abot' dost an adventure. An avid tupporfer of school functiont, her bright green hat con usually be teen on the sidelines of on Artt botketboll gome. Being the advisor of the cheering squad doesn't stop her from doing a lot of cheering hertelf. Energetic, demanding, sometime! Uriel, but olwoyt un-derstanding ore the thingt we will remember and mitt when we think of Mitt Abot. MISS DAVID Mitt David ot odvitor of the National Honor Society hot brought thot orgoniiotion to a high level of utefulnets, achievement, ond efficiency. Her Span-ith dottet reccivo a thorough training in thot language. Mitt Dovid quotations thot are part of tho opening exercises of each assembly program are alwoyt very appropriate and unforget-table. Her tense of humor has made both her homeroom and her dosses very enjoyable. MRS. ISO Although she hoi been teaching ot Artt High School for only two yeort. Mu. Tto is not a newcomer. While studying here ot an art major, the was editor of the Scope ond the Vigneffe, ond coptoin of the fencing team. Upon her graduation she wot given the Bomberger Medal for Scholarship and wot also given the honor of delivering the salutotorian oddress. She ottended Nework State Teachert College, Columbia University, and the Art Student League. As advisor of the Dance Club the hat introduced a new ond enjoyable octivity to Art! High. Mr . Tso, whose wit and charm have greotly impressed her students, will olwoyt be appreciated by thote fortunate enough to know her. MRS. NEUSS Mu. Neutt, as homeroom teacher of 207, hot managed to cope successfully with these "lively" children in the mott trying tituotiont. After four years, her spirit of dedication it undaunted and it it, we, the teniort, who have mellowed. Her English dottet were mode unforgettable by the tporkling wit which the always displayed. Mu. Neuss it on all-around wonderful person, a "perfect gem." 18V" GERALDINE JENKINS 158 Bergen Street Actor's Workshop 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Corridor Patrol 3; F.T.A. 3; Girls' Bowling Club 3; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Scope 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleaders 3, A-Vignette Typing Staff 2, 3, 4; Vignette Literary Staff 3, 4; President, Senior Class. Gerry plans to attend Northwestern University where she will major in English. Craftsmen's Group 1, 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2; Red Cross 1, 2; Student Council 1; Cheerleaders 3, 4; Assistant Manager of Scop©; Vice-President of the Junior Class 3; Vice-President of the Senior Class 4; President of Homeroom 3, 4. Rita's ambition is to be a mortician. £7 JULIA WALKER 1 66 Ninth Avenue Newark, New Jersey Secretary of Senior Class; Chorus 3; Girls' Bowling Club 3; Library Guild 2; Christmas Fair 1; Student Council 1; Cheerleaders J.V. 2. Julia's present plans call for study toward a career as a Registered Nurse. CARL LEWIS 509 Madison St. Orange, New Jersey Chess 3; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Senior Class Treasurer. 19SUSAN ADAMS JUDITH AILES BART ALAZIO ROCCO ANDILORO ELIZABETH ARGIRO LINWOOD ARRINGTON NICHOLAS BANCER FRANK BARBOSA ROBERT BARTKOWIAKSUSAN ADAMS 4 335 Roseville Ave. Susan's ambition is to become a really good writer in the future. JUDITH AILES 368 Dayton Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Captain, Girls' Volleyball Team; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2. Judy would like to become a minister or a registered nurse. tBART ALAZIO 55 Peck Avenue Baseball 1, 2, 3 (Major Letter). Bar would like to be an industrial arts teacher. 0ROCCO ANDILORO 47 Tiffany Boulevard Basketball Team 2; Baseball Team 1. After graduation Rocco plans to become an art teacher. t ELIZABETH ARGIRO 189 North 13th Street F.T.A. 3, 4; Library Guild 1; Scope 3; Student Council 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Elizabeth plans to be a mathematics teacher. LINWOOD ARRINGTON W 27 Clark Street Physical Fitness Club 1, 2, 3; Track Team 1; Intramural Wrestling. Linwood's ambition is to become a commercial artist. [ NICHOLAS BANCER 125 Hobson Street Craftsmen's Group 2; Opera Club 3. Nicholas would like to be a lawyer. Q FRANK BARBOSA 432 Avon Avenue Frank plans to attend N.C.E. or a drafting school after graduating. 0 ROBERT BARTKOWIAK 218 6th Avenue Chess 3; Christmas Fair 3. Art awards for National Art Week and N. Y. Port Authority Contest. 21WILLIAM BLAND 22 VAUGHN BODINE MARIA BENITEZ LUCILLE BETHEA GEORGE BRADLEY LESLIE BENNETT CYNTHIA BATTLECYNTHIA BATTLE 532 South 13th Street Chorus 2, 3, 4; Corridor Potrol 3, 4; Girls' Volleyball 4; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 3. Cynthia wants to become a teacher. MARIA BENITEZ 49 Fabyan Place Corridor Patrol 3; Girls' Volleyball 3; French Club 3; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Christmas Fair 2, 3. Maria plans to bo a private secretary. LESLIE BENNETT 30 Fleetwood Place Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Math Club 2; Red Cross 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mayor during Youth Week. Leslie is as yet undecided on her plans for the future. Q LUCILLE BETHEA 45 Seventh Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girls' Volleyball 3; French Club 2; Library Guild 1; Christmas Fair 2; Red Cross 1. Lucille's ambition is to become a business machine operator. WILLIAM BLAND 294 Morris Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Physical Fitness Club 2; Basketball 2; Track 1, 2, 3. Bill would like to major in science in college or become a U. S. Marine. t VAUGHN BODINE 60 Boyd Street Christmas Fair 3; Basketball 2, 3. Vaughn is undocidcd whether to be a draftsman or a commercial artist. JOANNE BRIGGS BETTY BROWN GEORGE BRADLEY 3 Oxford Street After graduation George plans to matriculate in one of the State Colleges and major in education. JOANNE BRIGGS 274 South 19th Street F.T.A.; Girls' Glee Club 1; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2. 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 (secretory 3); Scope 1; Cheerleader 3; Vignette Business Staff 3, 4; Vignette Typing Staff 3. 4. Joanne's ambition is to become a modical doctor. BETTY BROWN 844 South 15th Street Chorus 1, 2, 3; Girls' Volleyball 3. After High School, Betty intends to further her education at a Secretarial Business College. 23DIANE BUSH WILLIE JAMES BROWN JUDY BROWN RONALD CADMUS WILLIAM CAMBOURIS ROBERT CABOTrj JUDY BROWN 114 Leslie Street Newark, Now Jersey Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 3, 4. Judy wishes to become a teacher for underprivileged children, and hopes to specialize in voice and piano, at Montclair State College. WILLIE JAMES BROWN 272 South 11th Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Council. Willie's ambition is to attend college. DIANE BUSH 51 Rutgers Street F.T.A. 2; Girls' Glee Club 1; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Scope 2; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4. Diane's ambition is to become a Spanish teacher. ROBERT CABOT 452 Highland Avenue Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 4; Orchestra 4; Swimming Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Robert would like to be a teacher. RONALD CADMUS 74 Columbia Avenuo Corridor Patrol 3; French Club; Craftsmen's Group 3, 4; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Mayor-President of Student Council 4; Junior Council; Alternate for Boys' State; Newark Youth Council; Member of Newark's 300th Anniversary Committee. Ronald would like to become a minister. WILLIAM CAMBOURIS 314 16th Avenue Craftsmen's Group 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketboll 2; Soccer 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Bill's ambition is to become an Electronics Engineer. JACK CANTAGALLO 278 14th Avenue Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4). Jack's ambition is to major in the field of electronics at N.C.E. WILLIAM GLENN CAREY 65 Belavan Avenue Chorus 2; Math Club 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 3 (Vice-President 3); Scope 2; Track Team 2. William plans to continue his education at college. DEBORAH CARLUCCI 285 Park Avenue Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Debby would like to become a kindergarten teacher. WILLIAM GLENN CAREY DEBORAH CARLUCCI 25CHARLES CUIDERA ROSS COXSON ROBERT CORRADO 26ROBERT CAVALIO 30 Warwick Street Craftsmen's Group 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4. Robert plans to onter business after graduation. ANTHONY CERRUTO 386 North 6th Street Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Student Council 1; Baseball 1; Library Guild 2; Basketball 2; Actors Workshop 3; Chess Club 3; Vignette 3. Tony's future plans include going to RCA Institute of Technology to study electronics. GEORGIANNA CIASTON 9 Kossuth Street French Club 2; Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 3. Georgionna wants to be a model and or a legal secretary. CAROLYN COOK 326 Hunterdon Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Library Guild 1, 2; Girls' Gleo Club 2, 4; Christmas Fair 3. Carolyn wants to become a registered nurse. CHARLES CORRADO 368 Highland Avenue Chorus 1; Student Council 1; Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 2. Charles would like to become a building contractor. ROBERT CORRADO 368 Highland Avenue Chorus 1; Student Council 1. ROSS COXSON 188 South 10th Street Student Council 1; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3; Japanese Club 2; Literary Guild 2, 3. Ross plans to become a teacher and then a fashion illustrator. CHARLES CUIDERA 48 Warwick Street Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); (Major Letter); Tennis Team 3, 4 (Major Letters) Craft Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vignette Art Staff 4. Charlie hopes to enter Montclair State College where he will train to become an art teacher. YVONNE DANILY C 152 Johnson Avenue Newark, New Jersey Girls' Volleyball 3; Japanese Club 1. Yvonne would like to be a fashion designer. YVONNE DANILY 27GREGORY De FILIPPO JAMES De HART BEVERLY De MAIO FLORENCE DENNIS SAL Di BELLA WILLIAM DRENNEN 28 JAMES ELAM ELWARD ELLIS KATHLEEN FAZZARIGREGORY De FILIPPO Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Guild 1, 3; Scope 2, 3, 4; Chess 3; Christmas Fair 3; Corridor Patrol 3. Gregory would like to attend college and major in English, with the hopo of later becoming a secondary school teacher. T JAMES De HART 51 South 7th Street Newark, New Jersey A-Pin 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Craftsmen's Group 3; Library Guild 1, 2; Christmas Fair 3; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. After graduation, James would like to attend R.C.A. Institute in New York. BEVERLY De MAIO 407 North 12th Street Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 4; Christmas Fair 2; Red Cross 2, 3; Scope 3, 4; Vignette Typing Staff 4. Beverly plans to be a medical secretary. FLORENCE DENNIS 14 Sheffield Drive Corridor Patrol 3; Girls' Tennis 3, 4; French Club 1. Florence wants to become a secretary. V7 SAL Di BELLA 687 South 19th Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Carousel 3; Library 1; Christmas Fair 1, 4; sang in the programs of the Christmas Fairs; writer on Scope 3, 4; Student Council 4; Baseball Team 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. Y' WILLIAM DRENNEN 1 139 Hudson Street Newark, New Jersey Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4. JAMES ELAM 261 Camden Street Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Fitness Club 2, 3; Vignette 2, 3; Track Team 2, 3, 4. ELWARD ELLIS 4 50 14th Avenue Actor's Workshop 3; Spanish Club 3, 4 (President); Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Scope 2, 3 (News Editor); Student Council 2, 3; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4. After high school Elward plans to attend Nursing School with the intention of later preparing for a career as a doctor. |" KATHLEEN FAZZARI W 82 Peck Avenue Newark, New Jersey F.T.A. 2, 3; Girls' Tennis 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 4. After Graduation Kathleen plans to become an elementary school teacher.JOHN FURIA LAUREL GAINES DORIS GARCIA KATHLEEN GRISWOLD THOMAS GIOSULLA MICHAEL GOY 30FRANK FERNICOLA 264 Elm Street Chorus 1; Math Club 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Frank plans to be a mathematician. He would like to enter a liberal arts college with a good math department. ROSEMARY FIGEL 66 Mott Street Red Cross 3; Scope. Rosemary wants to be an elementary school teacher. JOHN FURIA 501 Clifton Avenue Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. John wants to become a music teacher. V" LAUREL GAINES 269 Academy Street Student Council 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 2, 3. Laurel is going to further her studies in music after graduation. DORIS GARCIA 785 Highland Avenue Chorus 4; Spanish Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer; Red Cross 4. Doris would like to attend a business school or college and become a secretary. 4? THOMAS GIOSULLA 1 410 Roseville Avenue Newark, New Jersey Thomas enjoys playing the guitar. He wishes that he will be able to hit it big with a professional group. After graduation he plans to begin working with a jewelry firm. L, MICHAEL GOY 521 South 14th Street Michael is undecided about the future. T KATHLEEN GRISWOLD 83 Lang Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Assistant Secretary; Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 2; Red Cross 2, 3, 4. Kathleen would like to be an elementary school teacher. J ROBERT GWYN 260 Osborne Terrace Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Varsity Club 4. After graduating from Arts, Robert plans to attend either college, or a military school. ROBERT GWYNFRANCINE HENRY NANCY HELMINSKI BRENDA HOFLER LILLIE HILL HOLLACE HOWELL ANTHONY HOJNACKIFRANCINE HENRY 154 Bergen Street Chorus 2, 3, 4; Recreation Patrol 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Scope 3; Student Council 3, 4; Treasurer of Student Council 3; Writing Staff of Vignette 4; Senior Class Council 4. NANCY HELMINSKI 121 Van Burcn Street Student Council 1; Japanese Club 1, 2; French Club 2; Girls' Tennis Club 4; Secretary of Junior Closs; Prom Committee. LILLIE HILL 791 Bergen Street Girls' Tennis 4; Girls' Volleyball 4; Japanese Club 2. Lillie plans to attend colloge, to become a nurse or a secretary in the future. BRENDA HOFLER 411 South 10th Street Actor's Workshop 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Japanese Club 2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3; Student Council 3; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4. Brenda would like to attend the University of New Mexico to major in the core of retarded children. |“ ANTHONY HOJNACKI 41 Lakewood Terrace Bloomfield, New Jersey Chess Club 3. HOLLACE HOWELL 87 Littleton Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Corridor Patrol 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls' Tennis 3; Library Guild 2; Reading Award; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. After graduating, Hollace wonts to attend college to major in social studies. She plans to become a secondary school social studies teacher. f7 DARROW IGUS Basketball 3; Actors' Workshop 2; Chorus 3. Dorrow would like to be a successful entertainer. JOYCE JAMES 816 Hunterdon Street Actor's Workshop 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Japanese Club 2; Student Council 1. Joyce would like to be a vocal teacher. MAXINE JAMES 274 West Kinney Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; French Club 2; Christmas Fair 2; Red Cross 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Council; Senior Class Council. Maxine would like to be a psychologist. DARROW IGUS JOYCE JAMES MAXINE JAMES 33 GEORGE JANKOWSKI 520 South 15th Street Newark, New Jersey Orchestra 3, 4. George is undecided about his future plans. t HAROLD JOHNSON 683 Highland Avenue Harold would like to be an automotive designer. MARIA JOHNSON 25 Kipp Street Chorus 2, 3, 4; All Stole Chorus; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4. After school Maria plans to travel abroad for a year. When she returns she plans to attend college. CLARENCE JONES 218 Newark Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. Clarence plans to attend either Howard University or Jersey City State College majoring in music or history. CRYSTAL JONES 35 Bock Avenue Chess Club 3; Chorus 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Guild 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4. Crystal is presently head of the bookcovers and shakers committee at Arts High. So far, she is undecided on what college she will attend. ROSALYN JONES 117 Newton Street Girls' Glee Club 4. Rosalyn would like to attend Drake business College to be a secretary. t BETTY KELLER 670 Mt. Prospect Avenue Japanese Club 2; Dancing; Science Club. Betty wants to be a commercial artist. ] ROBERT KIERNAN 'v 172 North 11th Street Orchestra 4; Band 4; Basketball 4. Robert would like to become a musician. MICHAEL LACEY 911 Lake Street Treasurer, Junior Class; Letter of Commendation for Notional Merit Scholarship Test; Student Council 3, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Council; Debating. Mike would like to be an architect or a mechanical engineer. BETTY KELLER ROBERT KIERNAN MICHAEL LACEY 35EUGENE LANE ANGELA La ROCCA CHESTER LEEEUGENE LANE 836 Hunterdon Street Bond 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4 (Major Letter—Captain 3, 4); Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Award. Eugene is still undecided as to what he will do in the future. ANGELA La ROCCA French Club 1; Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Representative to Public Library; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Vignetto Business Staff 3. Angela's ambition is to go to art school and study textile designing. CHESTER LEE 71 James Street Basketball Team 1, 2. Chester would like to attend a trade school after graduation. MARY LESKIW 728 Ridge Street Moggie is at Arts as a post graduate to add to her art training. She hopes to onter one of the state colleges in the fall and major in art education. ANTHONY LIOTTI 84 Union Street Chess 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Craftsmen's Group 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Library Guild 1; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Tennis and Varsity 3, 4. Tony plans to attond U. S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut, for a career in electronics. KENNETH LUTZ 133 Vermont Avenue Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Physical Fitness Club 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. Ken plans to further his education in the field of industrial arts. JEFFREY MALTZ 59 Stecher Street Electronics Club 1; articles in Scope on radio as a hobby. Jeffrey's ambition is to be an advertising agent. VICTOR MARRERO 205 Littleton Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3; Library Guild 1, 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Christmas Fair 1, Student Council 2. After graduation Victor would like to attend Rutgers College in New Brunswick, and to be a success in the scientific field someday. CHARLES MONDALTO 174 Warren Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Charles hopes to attend Montclair State College and become a history teacher. VALERIE MASON 75 Littleton Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Corridor Patrol 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; French Club 1; Christmas Fair 1; Student Council 2, 3; Red Cross 1, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Junior Class Council. CHARLES MONDALTO VALERIE MASON 37CRYSTAL MAY JACQUELINE McCLENDON VANZETTA McPHEE LEON MELNYEZOK LOUIS MERCADO EDWARD MIKTUS ERICA MOHRLANG MARCELLE MOSCONE JOHN MILANAK 31CRYSTAL MAY 222 First Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE McCLENDON 69 Bragaw Avenue Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls' Volleyball 4; French Club 2; Christmas Fair 3, 4; Student Council 3; Vignette Literary Staff 4; Observers Club (Vice-President); Photography Club 4 (President); Senior Council. Jackie plans to enter either Howard or Temple Universities to study pediatrics. V VANZETTA McPHEE 1 South Orange Avenue F.T.A. 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Japanese Club 2; Moth Club 3; Christmas Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3; Student Council 4; Tutoring for N.H.S.; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4. LEON MELNYEZOK 662 So. 19th Streot Math Club 2; Baseball 2; Soccer 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. Leon wants to be on Aeronautical Engineer. LOUIS MERCADO 40 Vincent Street Baseball 3, 4 (Major Letter); Varsity Club 3, 4. Louis plans to continue his schooling but is uncertain as to his future plans. I EDWARD MIKTUS 125 Pacific Street Japanese Club 2. Edward's future ambition is to become a priest. Q JOHN MILANAK 733 South 14th Street John's ambition is to become an interior designer. ERICA MOHRLANG 127 Jacoby Street Maplewood, New Jersey F.T.A. 1, 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary 4). L MARCELLE MOSCONE 87 19th Avenue After graduation Marcelle hopes to become an artist, ond enter the advertising field.SHARREN MOSES 104 Pennington Street Chorus 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2; Senior Class Council. Sharren's ambition is to become a fashion designer. Y JOSEPH MURRIN T‘ 85 Kossuth Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Fitness Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. Joseph plans to join the Marines. DOROTHY NAGENGAST 486 Avon Avenue Girls' Glee Club 1; French Club 1; Christmas Fair 1. Dottie's ambition is to become a fashion illustrator. JOHNNIE MAY NESBIT “ 152 Seymour Avenue Senior Class Council; Student Council 4. Johnnie would like to be a fashion designer. MADELINE OLIVER 307 Norfolk Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Tennis 3, 4. Madeline plans to go to Drake Institute and be a secretary. JULIA PARKS r 77 17th Avenue F.T.A. 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council; Writing Staff, Vignette 4. Julia wants to become an English teacher. GLADYS PEREZ 172 Polk Street Girls' Bowling Club 4; Girls' Volleyball 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4. Gladys would like to become a fashion designer. JOHN PHILLIPS 627 Ferry Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Writing Staff 4; Junior Class Council 3; Christmas Fair 3. John plans to enter collogo and eventually go into the field of science. JOSEPH PEIGARI 9 Wheeler Point Road Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4 (Major Letter); Varsity Club 3, 4. Joe plans to attend college and study law. JOSEPH PEIGARI 41ANN MARIE POETA TONILEA PULLUM STEPHANIE PRYTULA ALFRED RAGINS MARVIN REIDANN MARIE POETA 395 North 13th Street Craftsmen's Group 1; F.T.A. 2; Christmas Fair 2; Red Cross 2; Student Council 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleader (Mojor Letter); Junior Class Council; Homeroom President; Color Guard. Ann Marie is planning lo major in Art Education at Montclair Stato College. STEPHANIE PRYTULA 649 South 17th Street French 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3. Stephanie's ambition is to become an airline hostess. t ROBERT PRZYCHODNIECZ 42116 South 16th Street Craftsmen's Group 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Fitness Club 1; Baseball Team 2, 3; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Bob's plans include preparation for becoming a history teacher. TONILEA PULLUM 68 Belmont Avenue Chorus 1, 2 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Girls' Glee Club 3, 4; Student Council 2. "Toni" wants to enter college os a music major and eventually go into the field of teaching. ALFRED RAGINS 131 Belmont Avenue Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2. Alfred's ambition is to become an electronics engineer. MARVIN REID 7 Hunterdon Street Marvin is very interested in industrial design and hopes to go on to further study in this field. HJ DEBORAH RICHARDSON I 338 South 12th Street Newark, New Jersey Chorus 4; All State Chorus; Girls' Bowling Club 1; Girls' Glee Club 2; Math Club 1; Christmas Fair 4; Red Cross I; Scope 1. Deborah is as yet undecided as to which course her future will take. JOSEPHINE RILEY 736 Bergen Street Chorus 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Japanese Club 4; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Carousel 3. Josephine plans to attend Newark State Teachers College. t HAZEL RITGER 795 South 14th Street Hazel plans to attend an art school and major in fine arts. She hopes in tho future to become a professional artist. DEBORAH RICHARDSON JOSEPHINE RILEY HAZEL RITGER 43DEBORAH ROLLINS MARYANN ROSSI RAY RUBIO JAMES RYAN LINDA MARIE SCHAAD GEORGE SCHWARZT DEBORAH ROLLINS 29 Nye Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Bowling Club 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Student Council 2; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4. Debbie is captain of the J.V. Cheerleaders and she wants to become an entertainer. MARYANN ROSSI 595 South Nineteenth Street Library Guild 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2; Girls' Physical Fitness Club 3; Red Cross 1; Scope 1; Vignette Typing Staff 2. MaryAnn wants to become a secretary. RAY RUBIO 260 14th Avenue Track 3 (Major Letter); Carousel 3. Ray would like to become a fine artist and a master at the classical guitar. CGENNARO RUSSO 575 South 18th Street Physical Fitness Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Varsity Letter); Basketball 3; Varsity Club 3, 4. Gennaro would like to go to college with the hopes of becoming either a medical technologist or an industrial arts teacher. 0 JAMES RYAN 361 Summer Avenue Vignette Typing Staff 3. James' future ambition is to become a commercial artist. LINDA MARIE SCHAAD 290 Leslie Street Christmas Fair 1, 2; Christmas Pageant; Scope 1, 2, 3; Cheerleaders (J.V.) 2, Varsity 3; Vignotto Business Staff 3, Typing Staff 4. KATHLEEN SCHWEITZER SYLVIA SHEARIN Linda wants to become a microbiologist. 0 GEORGE SCHWARZ 327 New York Avenue Newark, New Jersey Craftsmen's Group 3; Stage Crew 1. George's ambition is to be a Costume Designer. KATHLEEN SCHWEITZER 708 South 15th Street Library Guild 2; Scope 2. Kathleen has not as yet formulated her futuro plans. SYLVIA SHEARIN 9211 Hunterdon Street F.T.A. 3; Girls' Tennis Club 2; Red Cross 1. Sylvia plans to become an Art Teacher. GERARD SHEEHAN ELAINE SICILIANO DANIEL SILVA CHARLES SMITH MARY ELLEN SOLLEY FRANK SOUSTRUENIK ROBERT SPIOTTO DEBORAH STAPLETON 46GERARD SHEEHAN 652 South 19th Street Band 1, 2, 3; Craftsmen's Croup 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Scope 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis Teom 2, 3. Gerard has not as yet decided on his future plans. ELAINE SICILIANO 57 Garside St. Elaine is undecided about her future plans. DANIEL SILVA 329 Walnut Street Student Council 1, 2. Danny has not as yet made his future plans. I- CHARLES SMITH 14 Bock Avenue Assistant Coach, Girls' Tennis Club; Class President 1; Boys' State 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 1, 2; Physical Fitness Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Team 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 1, 2 (Captain); Soccer Team 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 (President 4); Finalist—National Achievement Program; Winner of Youth Honor Day and Loyal Order of Moose Awards. Charles wonts to become a fine artist. MARY ELLEN SOLLEY 136 North 12th Street Girls' Bowling Club; Red Cross 3; New York Times Representative 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Representative for candy and card sales 3. Mary Ellen hopes to pursue a career in pharmacy. FRANK SOUSTRUENIK 12 Horatio Street Frank is undecided about the future. ROBERT SPIOTTO 'y 422 South 17th Street Chess Club 2, 3; Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4. Robert would like to study psychology. V DEBORAH STAPLETON A 84 Vanderpool Street Actors' Workshop 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Corridor Patrol 3; Girls' Glee Club, Library Guild; Christmas Fair; Red Cross; Student Council; Senior Class Council. Debbie plans to be a lawyer. r7 JAMES STARKEY -T 554 Central Avenue A-Pin 4; Band 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3 4; Stage Crew; Baseball I; Vignette Literary Staff 4. James plans to join the Air Force. 47 CHARLES STEWART LINDA STEWART 48 mk ALAN STRUCK CHRISTINE TAYLOR STANLEY TERRELLCHARLES STEWART 34 Saint James Place Actors' Workshop 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1; Student Council 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Vignette Writing Staff 3, 4; Treasurer of Senior Class, Member of Newark Youth Council; New Jersey Boys' Statesman 1965; Member of Junior Class Council; Member of Columbia University Seer Program. LINDA STEWART 329 Walnut Street Christmas Fair 3; Student Council 1; Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Physical Achievement Award 3. Linda would like to become a fashion illustrator designer. WENDY STEWART 389 Clifton Avenue Band 2, 3, 4. EILEEN STICKLE 247 North 11th Street Library Guild 2; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; Student Council 3. Eileen's ambition is to go to Montclair State College, then teach Social Studies. ALAN STRUCK 661 South 19th Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Craftsmen's Group 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 2; Soccer 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. Alan's ambition is to become a medical doctor. CHRISTINE TAYLOR 108 South 6th Street Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Math Club 3; Christmas Fair 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4. Christine would like to go to the University of Hawaii. After that she wants to be an IBM computer programmer. STANLEY TERRELL 26 Riverview Terrace Japanese Club 2; Christmas Fair 4; Vignette Staff 2; Senior Class Council. EDWARD TITTEL, JR. 466 West Market Street Craftsmen's Group 1, 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. Ed's ambition is to be an Industrial Designer. CARMINE TORTORELLO 34 Garrison Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Carmine plans to enter the field of drafting or that of printing. EDWARD TITTEL, JR. CARMINE TORTORELLO 49VICTOR VELAZQUEZ LINDA TRELLA KENNETH VERDERESE PHYLLIS VITALE HERMITT WARD 50; LINDA TRELLA 881 South 20th Street Newark, New Jersey Red Cross 1; Scope 1. Linda's ambition is to bo a secretary. t VICTOR VELAZQUEZ 545 South 10th Street Spanish Club 3, 4. Victor plans to go on to college, and study to become o foreign language teacher or on accountant. GALE VARANO 277 South 9th Street Gale plans to become a professional beautician. KENNETH VERDERESE 531 South 14th Street Craftsmen's Group 2. Kenneth would like to become a commercial artist. PHYLLIS VITALE 448 Ridge Street Phyllis' ambition is to be a fashion illustrator. HERMITT WARD 542 South 17th Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Physical Fitness Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Hermitt hopes to become successful in oithor music or the field of sports. LD DORIS WALLACE 1 123 South 7th Street Newark, New Jersey Chorus 4; Girls' Volleyball 1. Doris' ambition is to be an IBM keypunch operator and then get married. HOWARD WEIDNER 3 Horatio Court Scope 1, 2, 3, Art Editor. Howard would like to become on automotive illustrator. CARRIE WHITE 307 South 7th Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Christmas Fair 1, 3; Scope 2. Carrie would like to major in medicine in college to prepare for the field of psychiatry. DORIS WALLACE HOWARD WEIDNER CARRIE WHITE 51ESTHER WILLCOX BEVERLY WILLIAMS LURENE WHITE GREGORY WILLIAMS FAYE WITCHER GENEVA WILLIAMS JOHN WOOD 52Tlurene white 397 South 7th Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club I, 2; Christmas Fair 2; Physical Fitness Club 3; Scope 2; J.V. Cheerleaders 2, 3. V” ESTHER WILLCOX 17 Lyons Avenue Chorus 1, 2, 3 4; Scope 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Cafeteria Worker 4. Esther is undecided about her future plans. 0 BEVERLY WILLIAMS 16 Johnson Avenue French Club; J.V. Cheerleaders; F.T.A. 3. Beverly intends to become a teacher. GENEVA WILLIAMS 288 Hunterdon Street Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club; Japanese Club; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Math Club 3; Christmas Fair 2, 3; Vignette Typing Staff 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3; Secretary of Student Council 4; Treasurer of Homeroom 4; Student Council; Sook Ja Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Geneva's ambition is to become a pharmacist. T GREGORY WILLIAMS 62 Vanderpool Street Chess Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Japanese Club 2; Math Club 1, 2; Track Team 1, 2; Business Staff 4; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Fitness Club 3. FAYE WITCHER Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Christmas Fair 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Vignette 4; Actors' Workshop 3, 4; Played in Operas, "Down in the Valley," "Briga-doon," "Carousel"; Newark City Chorus. Faye would like to become an actress. JOHN WOOD 30 Lentz Avenue Chess 4; Library Guild 1, 2.At the conclusion of the dignified • inspiring ceremony now and old m—rkt-, post with our administrators, Iht guests i honor, tht group's first advisor, Mr Pk e Clamurro, and retired vke-principol Ma M. 8trnict Hamilton, and President CM, Smith and Mist David. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY In a beautiful blue and gold sotting, designed by Mr. Milton Knoblet, now members stand of attention os Vice-President Esther Wilcox roods the names of the now inductees from the Membership Booh. The Membership Booh contains year by year listing of oil the nomes of members from 1948 to the present. At the reception President Charles Sre- offers his best wishes to new member tin Schaod, Linda's parents enjoy the motet' also. 54One of the important, unforgettable, and impressive assemblies of the school year is the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. It is traditional that this osscmbly hos an element of surprise because no one knows who the new members of the National Honor Society arc to be. Each new member is inducted in the beautiful, original, ceremony which is prepared and directed by Miss David, the advisors, and the National Honor Society's members. After the assembly, the mood shifts to one of relaxation and enjoyment at a reception sponsored by the society in the gallery for the present and new members, their parents, ond the faculty. Along with other service activities the National Honor Society accomplishes a great deal by tutoring Arts High students in major subjects. The selection of new members, with ideals of service, scholarship, leadership, and character, by the faculty keeps the National Honor Society on a very high level of importance and achievement. The 1966 membership certificates were awarded by Miss M. Bernice Hamilton for whom the group is named A new inductee. Ron Cadmus receives her worm congratulations. Miss David hot a happy handclasp, ond a friendly welcome for each guest os he arrives at the reception. Senior Geraldine Jenltins directs the newly named inductees to the table where they ore saluted and pinned by seniors trica Mohrlong and Faye Witcher. 55UNDERCLASSMENMR. JOSEPH REUTER HOMEROOM 113 FIRST ROW, left to fight: Colvin linsey, Noomi Reed. SECOND ROW: Onto Harris, Stanley Johnson, Karen Clark, Judy Pyatt THIRD ROW: loverly Perkins, Clifford Maddox, John Vigil, Christine Shipmon, Mory Julian. FOURTH ROW: Celio Albritton, Frankie Bivins, Judythe Simmons, Margaret Slade, Mory Ann Banks, Roger Barnes. FIFTH ROW: Murroy Bethea, Valerie Mitchell, Portia Bradley, Sandra Thomas, Fronces Register. SIXTH ROW: Gerald Vernotito, Kenneth Holst, Clement A»h-ford, Romerro Coston. SEVENTH ROW: Michael MeGurty, Don Jackson, Dmitri Wright, Louis Dellaguzzo, Joseph Guarino. MR. MILTON KNOBLER HOMEROOM 208 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Knobler, Arlene Shepherd, Reg.no Boiley. Jean Gallagher, Elizabeth Forcello, Jo Di Bello, Borbaro Drol. SfCOND ROW: Lesley Mitchell, Robin Groff, lorroine Brown, Mario R y, Cheryl Doy, Madeline James. THIRD ROW: Richard Hayes, Tom Noruk k, Wayne Simon, Deborah Conway, Tino Holley, Gen Wong. R°Wl lee Farber, Jerry Gimble, Howard Cushnir. Sylvia Gio.«llo, N.sos Paul, Kathy Dekins.MRS GERTRUDE P. SHAPIRO HOMEROOM 310 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrt. Shapiro, Carlo Berzon, Mildred DeCotta, Joan McCrae, Sheryll Brant, Loii Vega. SECOND ROW: Roeemari Marconi, Nancy Campbell, Dorit Maxwell, Coral Fetrare, Jimmy Corlucci. John R. Wifconit, Patricia Frederick, Thereto Godynick. THIRD ROW: Linda Jordon, William McKnight, Irit Wilton, Barbara Pulliom, Yvonne Miller, Harriet WyoM, Jateph Eppt. FOURTH ROW: Nikoloy Molorow, Lorraine Porter, Chorlet Donnelly, Robert Gelomine, Maureen O'Shea, Ronald De Roxtra, Sandra Davit. MRS. BETTE LAZAR HOMEROOM 313 FIRST ROW, left to right: Jotephine Kut, Cheryl Alot, Elaine Orefice, Rotemary Leport, Ann Martino, Thelma Reilly. SECOND ROW: Bottie Jockton, Patty Devlin, Bruce Bradley, Sabina Gibki, Ranald Nonnemocker, Horry Sneider. Nelton Rivera. THIRD ROW: Anthony Caitoro. John Rivera, Jerome Perkint, Ronold Brown. Colvin Moore, Regina Money, Jeffrey Bounhuber. 59MRS. LILLIAN RITTER HOMEROOM 315 FIRST ROW. left to right: Mr . Ritter, Deborah Hickson. Dori Cohen . Patrick Soriano, Pool Poluni, Jeanette Jam , Ro emory Sierchio, Sheilo Reilly. SECOND ROW: Raymond Word. Donno Patrick, Faith Singleton. Patricio long, Patricio Doto, Eorl Flogg, Jome Hopkin , Gwendolyn Nelton. THIRD ROW: Miguel Del Toro, Arnold Siegendorf, Peter Fogone, lorry Dovis, Eorl Allen, Ronald Bu»h, Karen Williom . FOURTH ROW: Dorian Spink , Craig Peterkin, Walter Tank , Rudolph De Folco, Eugene Dubicki, Robert Mohr. MRS. LUCILLE HILLER HOMEROOM 330 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr . Hiller, Margo Perkin , Nifo Siegendorf, Virginio Pordo, Connie Allingte, Ellen Nonn. Rosemary Zentel, Morie Santo . SECOND ROW: Jerry Bounhubet, Kinda Behleo. Ronold Gurie, Josephine Nowok, Loroine Doniel , Jennifer Blockledge, Doloret Gareth, Sandro Reed. THIRD ROW: George Richardson, Anthony Guarino, Meldon Jenkin . Sybille Schellack, Phyllis Everett. John San G o«onn FOURTH ROW: Edward Po|ok, Joseph Rutsomello, Richard Vatolc Wil liam Russo, David Finkel, Dennit Schiefelbein. Not pictured: Co Urn Kelleher.MRS. ELIZABETH STILLER HOMEROOM 2JO FIRST ROW, left to rights Dion Kominek, Valeri Cello, Foul Bennet, Morion Poeole, Sheilo Harper. SECOND ROW: Rotemorie Fernicoola, Frontine Poelo, Howord Roberts, Deboroh Webb, Mn Stiller. THIRD ROW: Von Johnton, Ellen Brant, Julio Domiono, Linda Jones, Allen Nobors. FOURTH ROW: Cephas Bottle, Ken Cicerole, Martin Kwesko, Edward Schruba. Not pictured: Charles Boston, Danny Johnton, Olga Kilintiez, Carmine Martinez. MISS DOROTHY OSEFCHEN FIRST ROW, left to right: Miss Osefchen, Cheryl Hamilton, Stanley Socco, Undo Warren, Donna De Hort, Richord Dowling. SECOND ROW: Gladys Field. Wando Gross, Margaret Hogel, Diego Rodriguez, Evelyn Event, Evely Tillery, Moxine Hoyes. THIRD ROW: Robin Smith, Evelyn HOMEROOM 304 Davis, John Scondrick, Jocqueline Watts, Potricia Glenn, Sorah Watkins, Von Byrd. FOURTH ROW. Stephen Delleg, Ethel Bamberg, Edwin Vaughn, Alvin Wynn, Malcolm Davall, Marlene Forfo, Onnie Strother. 62HOMEROOM 307 FIRST ROW, left to right: Werner Fersrf, Corofann Oletxazuk, Grade Clarke, Phyllis Bernstein, Christina Jankowski, Jeremy Weingost. SECOND ROW: Susan Wilckens, Jone Karwacki, Yolond Potterson, Pofrite Culver, Gertrudo Brewer. THIRD ROW: Cosimir Tokorski, Edward Robin- son, Dolores Cendon, Donald Policostro, Joyce Goff, Vera Kyrejko. FOURTH ROW: Bill Sronky, James Simpson, Augustus McQueen, Jock Jaworski. Not Pictured: Ronold Kidd, Robert Martin, Valerie Mclver. 63MR. HARRY GOMMOIL FIRST ROW, left to right: Harry Bartnick, Milton McLain, Patricia Wat-kint, Linda Jenkint, Koren Polentchat, Patricia Reilly. SECOND ROWi Anne Morie Milanek. Mario Niforatoi, Deborah Jockton, Cheryl Berry, Brenda Jenningt, Sheila Parker, Linda Morriton. THIRD ROW: Morcia HOMEROOM 308 Mitchell, Audrey Johnton, Leonora Brozell, Marvin Myer , Elizabeth Bennett, Moggie Clark. FOURTH ROW: Richard Fudge, George Hite, Frank Lylitx. Hayward Mickent, Rodney Alexander. MISS RUTH MEYERSON HOMEROOM 314 FIRST ROW, left to right: Mitt Meyerton, Jacquerta Bland, Carol Rock, Jeonne Coruto, Helen Kedziertki, Edwina Baxter, Victor Weingott. SECOND ROW: lillion Briggt, Beverly Jenkint, Barbara Colemon, Shelley Lea, Elizabeth Sinato, Vivian Ingram, Arcelia Hatfingt. THIRD ROW: Fran Lewitter, Kathy Urban, Edith Churchman, Ana Zcgorolo, Joanne Stravelakit, Glenda Pratt. FOURTH ROW: Jerome McCoggle, Robert FUher, Allen Grundy, Otvoldo Mercado, William Eppt, Richard Nazorio, 64MISS SANDRA HAHN FIRST ROW, left to right: Dovid lyont, Diono Chudrey, Stephen Borne , John Swoirot, Paul Fernandez, Anthony Cauara, Mi»» Hann. SECOND ROW: Carl Schlegel, Connie Pixzolofo, Potricio Holley, lourie Bennett, Roland Wothington, Anita Crowford, Dione Pro»etti. Laura Guie, Pot HOMEROOM 318 Garriton. THIRD ROW: Ralph Wright, Walter Kolpacov, Gwen Solomon, Philip McKinney, Ronald Glotcow, Jackie Boozer, Roger Weit, Thomo Park . MRS. ANN WILLIAMS HOMEROOM 319 FIRST ROW, Ml to right: Richord Rolond. Monica Feret. Cattior Blyden. Anna Conoto, Barbara Wood, Joan Stuckey. SECOND ROW; Virginia lelenko, Confeuor Voletquez, Jo me Herbert, Bruce Davit, Rotalyn Johmon. THIRD ROW: lorry Perry. Chorle Clark, Eugene Welljom . Dorf, Edward Crowfor, Jon Collint, Jomet Bell. 65MR. JAMES IYNCH HOMEROOM B 8 FIRST ROW, left to right: Brenda Everett, Doryl Person, Mory Nelumi, Ovronio Flotnos, Karen Berger, Young Chin. SECOND ROW: Mr. lynch, James Nowell, Deborah Bottle, Odessa Seymore, Denise Deurer, Harriet Stoller THIRD ROW: Carolyn McKinney. Dennis Covert, Alfred Cor-valho, Adrienne Burwell. FOURTH ROW; Dennis Dent, Rosemary Hardison, Pot Alexander, Gregory Williams, Debra Jones. MR. JEROME MARCUS HOMEROOM 209 FIRST ROW. left to right: Robert Alston, Yvonne Ongue, Chondo Shock-ley, Anthony De Pasquolo, Tyrone Porter, Denise Mills, Rachel Davis, Joseph Giordano. Charles Moxey. SECOND ROW: Gregory Collowoy. Timothy McDonald, Marvin Johnson, Deborah Mulling, Fernando Rod- riquer, Carlos Ojedo, Edward Polmore, Dwight Acey, Roy Gillenwotert. THIRD ROW: Charles Sanders, Melton Thomas, Victoria Neals, Alice Mobley, Joan Marie Cuffie, Michoel Catapano, Golrioh Alford, Howord Williams, George Fitx 67MR. RONALD STONE HOMEROOM 214 FIRST ROW, left »o right: Joseph Accordo, Eva Gonxoles, Cecelia Smith, Susan Forgione, Potricia Sims. SECOND ROW: Kathy Woloch, Nadio Prokofiew, Judy Balcavoge, Undo Byrne, Michoel Antonicello. Dennis DeNexxo, Mr. Stone. THIRD ROW: Diane Broogos, Alan Johnson, Willie Harris, John Rebelo, Kenneth Daniels. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Hardwich, Victoria Sosiok, Dante Deflorio, Ellen Jerman, Gloria Clark, Peter Zangari, FIFTH ROW: James Fryer, Wayne letko, Donold Warren, Reinoldo Santiago, Jay Denbwrg, James Whalen. MRS. CONSTANCE GREENE HOMEROOM 218 FIRST ROW, left to right: Leah Jackson, Holly Potton, Diane Thornton, Belinda Smith, Romon Boer, Helen Prystavlc (left school—transferred), Irene Yocknik. SECOND ROW: Gloria Kells, Denise Hamilton, Renne Millard, Genevieve Swierat, Froncine Levine, Jonis Polmore. THIRD ROW: Corolyn D'Alessio, Carmela Moscone, Mary Ann Kowalski, Stephanie Clover, Morgaret leskiw, Harvey Seorcy, Luis Cedeno. FOURTH ROW: Richard Oshin, Verm a Fortenberry, Lucille Mondalto, Mark Baechtle, LoVerne Spates, Charlene Hoirsonm.MRS. LAURETTE McNIEL FIRST ROW, Uft »o right: Irene Jomes, Darrell Clark, Michael McMillion, Gory De Biose, Jina Donnelly, Peter Holick, Douglas Currie. SECOND ROW: Milton Roman, Christopher Bland, Leonard Conover, Mattie Moody, Ronald Josper, Harvey Freeman, William Pierson. THIRD ROW: HOMEROOM 220 Steve Jones, Gregory Dudak, Suson McConnell, Forest Drennen, Glenda Mattox, Dorothy Miller, Carl Acosto. FOURTH ROW; Ernest Tweedle, Marie Buss, Diane Ford, Robert Bortruff. Thomos Annibolli, Wayne Pendleton, Cecilia Roote. MRS. DELPHINE PERUGINE HOMEROOM 306 FIRST ROW, left to right: Deborah Robinson, Potricio Purguy, Sharon Clork, Eileen Weston, Corol White, Daryll Frimiew, Arleen Restoino. SECOND ROW: Kim Singleton, Mike Walen, Roger Curry, Aldo'phus Wright, Pamela Taylor, Doris Logton, Bonita Eddy. THIRD ROW: Robert De Ncxza, Edward Jacobs, Judy Clorke, Cynthia O'Rourke, la Verne Witt, Nathaniel Dun con, Phillip Roxas. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Jones, Rita Kieth, Miguel Angel Quinones, David Tucker. 69Anyone lor (htorlooding? FACULTY-SENIOR "Aw, lorry—toko il o y." . And o karate chop to the midtoction."I tow it first." VARSITY GAME "I've htord about tht gome going to ton but thit it ridiculout." A very enjoyable activity of the school year is the annual Faculty-Varsity game. This year, the faculty squad, as usual, won with its dazzling skill and fast footwork. Excitement, as well as entertainment, filled every moment of the game. An enjoyable dance followed the famous game. Tho Batman tiriktt again.SPORTS "Don't gel dittouragedl The game hotn't even tlarfedl" The baseball team, coached by Mr. Lang, suffered from the loss some of its valuable players through graduation. The season was not the best in the history of the team, but it was not the worst, by for Mr. Long feels that the season of rebuilding will be extended one more year because the team is composed mainly of underclassmen. On the chief weokness, pitching, Mr. Long will concentrate a great deol of effort. ARTS 7 ... 3 ... 2 ... 7 ... 13 ... 1 ... 0 ... 8 ... 2 ... 0 .... 0 .... 1 ... 0 .... 1 .... 7 .... 8 .... 2 .... Opp. Oratory 7 .... Bloomfield Tech .............. ] Irvington Tech (Rained) Don Bosco Tech 17 .... Edison Tech ................ (, Pingry (Rained) .... Newark Tech ................. 2 Holy Trinity . 3 .......Harrison.................. 10 Bergen Tech (Rained) ....Newark Tech................... 0 Oratory . 3 .... Edison Tech ................. 7 .... Holy Trinity ................ 4 Pingry ................... 7 .... Bergen Tech ................. 2 Bloomfield Tech............... 2 .... Irvington Tech .............. 4 .... Paterson Tech ............... 0 ....... Harrison.................. 4 BASEBALL "Now lor o home tunI""Itf'i gel fhii gam lortedl" TEAM FIRST ROW, left to right- Peter Fogone, lewij Mercado, John Son Giovanni, Jock Confogollo, Joe Picgori, Bill Combooric, Genero Romo, Sal Di Bello, William Orennen. Mr. Long. SECOND ROW: Robert Wilken,, Joe Koxoc. Lorry Pyott, Ralph Mortellito, Daniel Cirminello. Stanley Chromm»ki.Would you boliovo .FIRST ROW, Mt fo right: Dmitri Wright, Robert Gwynn, Clifford Maddox, Larry Davit, Rodney Alexander, Dwight Ziegler. SECOND ROW: Mr. Flaherty, Ronold Brown, Clarence Jone , Richard Fudge, Ed Pajok, Vaughn Bodine, Ed Crawford. "O o-o that ball it hoII" 77 The basketball team of Arts High under Coach Flaherty has been in the process of working towards the excellent record of 1965. Although the team lost several valuable players when the seniors of last year were graduated, the team still had skill and enthusiasm. They scored five victories and ten losses, and there is every hope that in the next few seasons we will have a championship foam. ARTS 72 ...... 53 .......... 52 .......... 54 .......... 64 87 55 .......... 52 .......... 64 .......... 37 .......... 63 .......... 63 .......... 35 Z!ZZ...... 63 .... 53 I.ZZZ..... BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD St. Patrick's .... Bloomfield Tech ..... .. Harrison ........ .. Pingry ......... Edison Tech ...... Irvington Tech ,. Holy Trinity .... Edison Tech ...... Newark Tech ...... Irvington Tech ... ... Bloomfield .... Newark Tech ...... Sacred Heart ..... ....Pingry.......... Paterson Tech ..... . St. Patrick's .... Bloomfield Tech..... Opp. 35 64 57 63 48 68 92 33 72 70 71 69 56 58 22 35 64FIRST ROW, left lo right: Edwin Vaughn, Jomos Nowell, Paul Bennett, Tyrone Porter. Werner Fersxt, Pool Fernondex, Charlei Moxie. SECOND ROW: Ron Glasgow, Eugene Welljams-Oorf, Ed Crawford, Charles Clark, Anthony Guarino, Rommero Cotton, Howard Cuthnir, Joe Epps, Jeff Boun-huber, Mike Iwonichko, Bob Prxychodniecx, Ed Tittel, Mr. Norwiek. ABSENT: Alan Struck. SOCCER 78 "We will win thh gome yetf" Dorn if feove me a one.‘"You won fo toy Ihot again—ovltide?" TEAM The soccer team in 1965 had an excellent record. Because of the enthusiasm and hard work of all the members of this team, this game has become one of the most popular at Arts High. Many of the team members have played two or three seasons and ore highly experienced soccer players. SOCCER SCOREBOARD ARTS 0 Opp 3 2 12 2 2 0 3 2 0 0 Weequohic 5 0 .... West Side 4 0 3 1 0 1 Bergen Tech 3 0 4 0 Edison Tech 4 79 "Con I hove my penny back?"SCOREBOARD ARTS o » 60 South Side 19 56 29 33 Voilsburg 52 16 72 46 40 72 12 50 36 53 ... West Side .... 31 71 Central 14 43 East Side 39 51 39 16 Vailsburg 69 65 21 SWIMMIN 80 Boy, Ihot wotor looks dlrtyll "Whot'H wo do now7“"This is for th» birds." TEAM This year our swimming team, under the capable guidance of Mr. Knoblcr, posted a 10-3 won-lost record. The team was "backboned" by seniors. Captain "Chip" Cuidcra, John Cortes, and high scorer Bob Cabot. Tho highlights of the season were the tremendous dual meet victories over Barringer and East Side. These meets had the spectators clinging to their scats. With eight varsity letfermen returning next year, our nata-tors figure on having another tremendous season. 81'He will never return that one!' TENNIS "A good serve if I ever jaw one!" FIRST ROW, left to right: Bobby Dixon, Billy Rtmo, Tony liolti, Charles Cuidero, Robert Cavollo. SECOND ROW: Grover Willeox, Charles Smith, Edword Pajac, Robert Moore, Richard Korn."Up to ball' TEAM A new sport has come to Arts High, tennis. Under the direction of Mr. Feldman, the boys' tennis team opened its first season in the tough competitive city league. The team, with Captain Charles Smith mode a fine showing against the city's major high schools, winning two matches, tying one against Barringer High School, and losing four. Leading the team in individual victories was top-seeded Charles Smith, losing only one match, to Vailsburg's first player. Valuable seniors who played with the team and who will be missed are Grover Willcox, Bob Dickson, and Richard Korn. The team is looking optimistically toward the coming season. Bob Mohr, our number two man, Charles Cuidera, Bob Cavallo, Tony Liotti, and their captain are all returning this year to make up the core of our potentially "City Champion" team. Every player displayed fine sportsmanship, enthusiasm, and represented Arts High well. TENNIS SCOREBOARD ARTS Opp. 2 3 1 4 5 0 1 4 2! Barringer 2Vi 5 Central .... 0 2 3 "Anyone for I word fighting? ' 83I wont to got oil. "Hurry up . . . ! H up tlto hoio." TRACK Tho track team, under the direction of Mr. Thomas and Mr. Marcus, turned in a good record for 1964-1965 in individual events. The problem in our scoring concerned our field events. With a strong nucleus coming back in the fall of 1965 plus the promise of eager new members of the team the prospects for the new season are encouraging. Some of the members of last year's team who are returning are Edward Tittel, hurdler, Clarence Jones, sprint man, Alan Struck, Javelin, William Bland, mile, and Ray Rubio, field events. We wish the new coach, Mr. Marcus, good luck and a winning season. lonolinott ot a long dittonco tumor. 84FIRST ROW, left to right: John McClellan, Edward Tiltel, Alvin Fudge, ney. THIRD ROW: Mr. Morcui, W.lliom Eppi, Mike Iwonechko, Romerro Belton Brevord, Mortin Kirktey. SECOND ROW: John Nye, Jomet Elom, Cotton, Roy Rubio, Clorence Jonet, Mike Coppolo, Clement A.hfocd, Jomet Alan Struck, Williom Blond, Mike Martino, Jerome McCoggle. John Pinck- Roger We»t, Stephen Borne , Mr. Thomo . TEAMEveryone who is in this club feels that this sport has an excellent chance to become ono of the most popular extracurricular activities at Arts High. Mrs. Donovan, who is the advisor, and the members of Girls' Volleyball arc all enthusiastic about this game. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr . Donovan, Brenda Everett, Arcofia Hotting , Frankie Bivin , Cheryl Berry, Belinda Smith, Beverly Jenkint, Deboroh Hickton. SECOND ROW Jocqueline McClendon, Joan Cuffit, Gloria Alford, Anita Crowford, Audrey Johnton, Rita Keith, Jocquetto Bland. GIRLS' BOWLING FIRST ROW, left to right: Lillian Briggt, Glenda Pratt, Brenda Everett. Arcelia Hatting , Frankie Bivint, Diana Chodzey, Shelley leo, Beverly Jenkint. SECOND ROW: Pot Culver, Cheryl Berry, Lucille Mondalto, Vicky Satiak, Geraldine Jenkint, Ruth Keith, Duranio Flonot. This club has had one of its most successful years in 1965-66 with over twenty enthusiastic members. Its advisor, Mrs. Donovan, is very pleased with the progress in the game shown by the members. The club meets each Wednesday from 3 to 5:30 at the Bowl-O-Mat. A girl, to be eligible to join, must have the consent of her parents and must have accident insurance. 86FIRST ROW, left to fight: Foye Witcher, Nancy Campbell, Geraldine Jenkins. Barbara Coleman, Deborah Roll ini. SECOND ROW: Diono Buih, Harriot Wyatt, Choryl Day, Franco Regiitor, Cryitle Moy. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The Arts High Cheerleaders most maintain good marks even as they practice for many hours. The cheerleaders, who must be present at every Arts High basketball game, also march in several parades in the spring. The two squads, the varsity, and the junior varsity, are chosen each spring by Miss Abos, the advisor, and a panel of teachers. Because of their enthusiasm, the cheerleaders enjoy all the games they attend and meet many new friends. This year they not only went to the basketball games, but also to somo soccer games. A varsity letter, rcceivod at the end of their second season, is given for their work. JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW, left to right: Horriet Wyott. Dori Cohen, Meldon Jenkins, Cheryl Ooy, Judith Simmons. Mafalda White, Patricio Gorriion, Julio Wolker, Valerie Mclver. Corolyn McKnight, France Regiiter. SECOND ROW: Deborah Rollins, Captain.Up in the oir—it'i a bird, if't a plan• . . During the spring of 1965, something new was added to the extracurricular program at Arts High. It took a bit of a struggle, but the girls were finally granted permission to start a tennis club. From April through June 22, lovelies practiced twice a week, first at the school and then at Westside Park Courts. Most of the girls were complete novices. Therefore it wasn't surprising that initially much of the time was spent ball chasing. However, by the end of May, we were actually able to play some real tennis. Charles Smith, captain of the boys' team, helped in the instruction and a number of boys joined the girls for mixed doubles. Much fun was had by all. GIRLS fMr. Lang, Mr. Mortal, Mr. Knoblor. VARSITY CLUB AND COACHES FIRST ROW, left to right; Hermit Word, Robert Either, Joe Eddt, John Cortet. Howord Cuthnfr, Robert Co-vollo, Charier Cuidera, Anthony liutfi. Pawl Bennett. SECOND ROW: looit Mercado, Jerry Gimble, Anthony Gua-rino, Romerro Cotton, Rudy DeFalco, Ken lot , Jock Contagollo, Genoro Rutto, Joe Piegari, John Son Giovanni. THIRD ROW: Robert Glotgow, Jeff Bounhuber, Chorlet Smith, Ed Crawford, Ron DeRoxtro, Alan Struck, Clarence Jonet, Bob Gwynn, Williom Drennon. FOURTH ROW, Robert Cobot, William Cambourit, Edward Tittd, Richard Fudge, Eugene Lone, Dorrel Igut, Voughn Bodlne, Robert Mohr, Edward Pojak. 89ACTIVITIESACTORS' WORKSHOP FIRST ROW: Mr. Stone, Dem»e Homilton, Chorle Stewort, Potty Devlin, Foyc Witcher. SECOND ROW: Alon Struck, Don Jockion, Kenneth Cicerole, Chorlei Smith. Organized in 1964, the Actor's Workshop presented its first production, scenes from The Glass Menagerie at an assembly in 1966. Mrs Stiller and Mr. Stone are the faculty advisors. Any Arts High student is eligible to join the workshop, whose purpose is to develop the dramatic talents of its members. CRAFTSMAN GROUP The Craftsmen's Group is composed of both art and music majors. The purposes of this group are a better understanding of the new ort forms, and the design and construction of original products. The group, although it has no officers or scheduled meetings, is enthusiastic about the members' many projects. Someone is always working in copper, silver, wood, stained gloss, and enamel in Room 308. One of the features of the group's program that attracts many students are the frequent trips taken to New York and many other art centers. Under the guidance of Mr. Gommoll, the members receive additional information about the latest developments in the world of art. The main purpose of the Craftsmen's Club in the past year has been to try to beautify the school by exhibiting different projects. Under the direction of Mr. Gommoll, its biggest project has been the construction of the stained glass window in the front hall. SITTING, Mt to right: Joteph Guarino, Edward Tittd. STANDING: Rudy DoFolco, nj Alan Struck.ELECTRONICS CLUB This small group, organized this year by Mr. Yablick has brought the age of computers and electronics to Arts High School. They hope next year to take a field trip that will help inform them on the tremendous advances being made in the field of electronics. This club certainly has a very bright futurel FIRST ROW, Ml I© right: Ronald Spencer, Jeffrey Moltz, Mr. Yablick, Jon Yablick, Darryl Trimien, SECOND ROW: Richard Notario, Jotnet Herbert, Edward Schruba. tOTTOM ROW, left to right: Mr . Tso, Sheila Reilly, Marie Santo . Holly Patton, Conttonce Allington CENTER ROWi Stephanie Prytwlo, Josefine Nowok, Helen Prytulo, Hornet Wyott, Jennifer Blockledge. TOP ROWi Anthony Guorino, Patricia Devlin, Potricio Hospodor, Gladys Perez, James Nowell, Ronald Cadmus. DANCE CLUB This club has performed in the program given in the auditorium during the evening of the Winter Fair in 1965 and in the production of Carousel. Although membership in the club requires long hours of rehearsing and of practice, the Dance Club is growing in membership and in enthusiasm. It produced a delightful assembly program of folk dances from several countries in the spring of 1966. The advisor is Mrs. Tso who organized this interesting and enjoyable activity lost year. 93FIRST ROW, left to right: Powl Bennett, Demi Cwert, Samuel Fortino, Doug'os Currie, Kenneth Doniels, Donald Policottro, Howard Cushnir, Charles Mondolto, Clarence Janes, Allen Grundy. Robert Gwyn. Forrest Drennen, John Scandrick. SECOND ROW: Gerald Vernotico, Phillip Roxos, Edword Crowford, John San Giovanni, John Phillips, James Everyone enjoyed the sparkling performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" at the winter concert. Mr. Tobia has led the band through a busy year, during which they played in every parade, cold weather or not. This year the band members gave two superlative auditorium concerts. Aside from their regular presentations, a few chosen members have displayed their talents at various Newark elementary schools. We know they will continue to make Arts High proud of them. FIRST ROW, left to right: Vermo Fortenberry, Adrienne Bur wall, Deboroh Kaiser, Alfred Ragins, Tyrone Porter, Willie Harris, Ronald Kidd, Alan Struck, Kenneth Cicerale, Karen Clarke, Charlene Hoirston, Ellen Jerman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Tobia, Carla Benon, Joseph Guarino, Michael Hurberf, Milton McClain, John Collins, Philip McKinney, Alvino Jomes, Nathaniel Duncan, Wendy Stewort, Robert Denena, Pomelo Toylor, Nathaniel Hutson, Joseph Murrin, John Rebello. Edwin Vaughn, Dwight Ziegler. BAND Iwanechko, Borbora Pulliam, Gloria Clarke, Linda Warren, Undo Franklin, Debra Jones, Donald Warren, Charles Maxey, Peter Zongari, Daryl Trimiew, Victor Weingost, Richard Dowling, Undo Byrne, Peter Holick, Sharon Clark, Roger Curry.FIRST ROW, left to right; Foye Witcher, Mario Johnson, Genevive Swierat, Christine Jonowski, Joan MeCreo, Luren« White, Carol White, Belinda Smith, Denise Hamilton, Laurel Gaines. SECOND ROW: Virginia Pardo, Doric Wallace, Judy Ailes, Nadia Prokfiew, Iris Wilson, Margaret leskiw, Laura Guie, Frankie Bivens, Odessa Seymore, Patricio Watkins, Judy Brown. THIRD ROW: Sandra Reed, Helen Pry tula, Harriet Wyott, Celia Albritton, Deborah Hickson, Marjorie Smith, Lindo Morrison, Audrey Johnson, Kathy Griswold, Susan McConnel, Doris Maxwell, Cecilia Roote. FOURTH ROW- Leonora Brozoll, Cormella Moscone, Francine Henry, Deborah Jackson, Lorraine Doniels, Constance Allington, Sheila Parker, Madeleine Oliver, Morie Boss, Madeline James, Joyce James, Sandro Davis. FIFTH ROW. Geraldine Jenkins, Delores Cendon, Anna Ganata, Brenda Broadnax, tavern Spates, Katrina James, Frances Le-Witter, Vera Krejko, Ethel Bamberg, Geneva Williams, Carolyn McKinney. CHORUS The Chorus gives delightful programs, both for our own school and for other schools which it visits. Meeting daily in class sessions, it is taught by Mr. Pickett. Some of its outstanding programs each year arc the Thanksgiving Assembly, the Winter and Spring Concerts, the Winter Fair, the opera, the Easter Assembly, and the Kiwanis Club Concert. The Chorus also sings at graduation. FIRST ROW, left to right: James Noel, William Pierson, Stephen Fuller, Charles Steward, Harvey Freemon, Christopher Blond, Jeremy Wcingast. SECOND ROW: Tom Anniballi. Ronald Spencer, Timothy McDonald, Anthony Uotti, Malcolm Dora II, Marvin Beyert, Robert Guzman. THIRD ROW: William Bland, Gregory Williams, Clement Ashford, Ernest Tweedle, Anthony Cerutto. Dor-row Igus. FIRST ROW, left to right. Deborah Rollins, Doris Garcia, Irene James, Chanda Stockly, Jeanette James, Gertrude Brewer, Sheila Harper, Francine Henry, Christine Taylor, Christine Shopman, Sandra Thomas. SECOND ROW: Jacquelynn McClendon, Corrie White, Cheryl Berry, Yolanda Patterson, Ardia Hostings, Wondo Gross, Rita Kerths, Cosandra Coldwelt, Carol Cook, Maxine James. Josephine Riley. THIRD ROW: Gwendolyn Nelson, Beotrice Brown, Edith Churchman, Alva Jackson, Rosemorie Fernicolo, Janice Poromore, Carolyn D'Alestio, Valerie Mitchell, Vivian Ingram. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Watts. Barbara Coleman, Beverly Jenkins, Francine Register, Patricia Glenn, Valerie Mason, Kafy Urban, Robin Smith. Joan Cuffy. FIFTH ROW: Volerie Me Ivor, Brenda Holler, Linda Jones, Gwendolyn Solomon, Victoria Neals, Gloria Alford. 95FIRST ROW, left »o fights lee Forber, Pomelo Toylor, Williom Drennon. SECOND ROW: John Son Giovonni, Do no Id Policoitro, Allen Grundy, lorry Perry, Robert Cabot, Chart Mondolto, Howard Cuthnir. THIRD ROW: Kenneth luff, Philip McKinney, Jon Collin , Milton Maclain. Arti High School is fortunate to hove an unusually fine orchestra. Conducted by Mr, Pesile, head of the Music Department, the fifty members are given the opportunity of developing their ability to play an instrument. All members are auditioned by Mr. Pesile. A member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Pesile uses his knowledge and experience to teach the orchestra the rudiments of orchestral behavior. Through him these students not only increase their musical skill but also gain a greater appreciation of fine music. FIRST ROW, loft to right: Chart Smith, G org Jon-kow ki, Carol Roch, Moryonn bonk . Dori Cohen , Jacqueline Sander . W rn r Ferft. SECOND ROW: Von Johnton, Julio Pork , Stephen! Prytula, Marcia Mitch ll, Barbara Pulliam, Yvonn Mill , lr «» Yochnik, Judy ftolcavag . THIRD ROW: John Furio, Judyth Stmmont. Pool B nn H, Crystal Jon , E»th r Willcoi, D nii Mill , Donni Cowl. FOURTH ROW: Edward Crawford, Mr. P« il«, David Fink l, Hayward Micken . FIRST ROW, left to right: John Yablick, Carlo B rion, Phylli Bar t in, Rog r Curry, Richard Dowling. SECOND ROW: Hecmitt Ward, Robert Mohr, Kenneth Cicerole, Alan Struck. THIRD ROW: Victor Weingait, Donald Warren, Carmine Tortorello. ORCHESTRA 9 The French Club, under the guidance of Miss Hann, meets every other Tuesday to increase the knowledge and interest of the members in the French people and their culture. This is done through songs, games, dances, and reports. Some members have been able to correspond with students in France. Future plans include increasing the membership and beginning a program of field trips to places such as the French Embassy at the U.N. in New York, and French restaurants. Although most of the club's members are studying French, speaking the language is not a requirement. Regular attendance at meetings and a serious interest in the club's purpose are the essentials for making the French Club continually active. French Club members believe, as did Thomas Jefferson, that "All men have two countries, their own and then, France." FRONT ROW: W cc r F c«t, Gloria Clarke, Jotrfine Nowok, Helen Prytulo, Karen Keorke, Glenda Prott, Toother, Mi» Honn; ComtorK Arote, le lie Mitchell, Ronold Jo»per, Belinda Smith. SECOND ROW: Lillian Briggt, Beverly Mitchell, Sheila Lea, Ellen Brant, Brendo Everett, JoAnne Caruio, Borbaro Wood, Monica Feret, Sheilo Porker. Jane Palmore, Deni»e Hamilton. Francine Henry. THIRD ROW: Valeri Moton, Patricia Garrison, Mario Rey, lucell Mordolto, Don Jackion, Van Johruon, Ronold Cadmus, Vicky Satiok, Sylvia Goiello, Potritia Devlin, Cheryl Doy. FRENCH CLUB GIRLS' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Nodio Prokfiew, Beotric Brown, Francine Henry, Lurenc White, Laura Goinet, Ger-trudo Brewer, Denise Hamilton, Linda Jenkins, Mrs. Shapiro. SECOND ROW: Ceha Albritton, Sandro Thomas, Gwen Nelson, Josephine Riloy, Cheryl Berry, Deboroh Webb, Patrice Culver THIRD ROW: Borbaro Pulliam, Iris Wilson, Oorit Maxwell, Beverly Jonkins, Shelley Lee, Arcelio Hostings, Joan Cuffy, Deborah Hickson. FOURTH ROW: Alva Jackson, Kotrino James. Gloria Alford, Audrey Johnson, Deboroh Jockson. Corri White, Robin Groff, Volerie Mitchell, Robin Smith. FIFTH ROW: Cecilio Root , Vomello McPhee, Linda Jones, Gwendolyn Solomon, Crystal Jones, Geneva Willioms. Under the able leadership of Mrs. Gertrude Shapiro, the Girls' Glee Club has become an integral part of the school's music program. Since the number of members is limited, they are selected from interested and qualified music and art majors after an audition. The club meets after school twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday. The girls are given an opportunity to earn extra credits since they are graded instead of being given A-pin credit. In their repertoire the members include songs from popular Broadway shows and movies, American and foreign folk songs and ballads, and many classical compositions. Mrs. Shapiro is to be commended highly for her part in broadening the students' cultural and musical background. 97This club performs many useful services under the direction of our librarian. Miss Yuker. Although all grades from freshmen to seniors are represented in the Library Guild, a student, to belong, must have at least a "C" average. Some of the helpful services performed by the members are mending books and magazines, shelving books, typing catalog cards and filing. The members enjoy field trips sponsored by the Guild each year. An additional benefit of the club is valuable experience in library work that may lead to choosing the profession of librarian as a career. A-pin credit is awarded guild members. LIBRARY GUILD FIRST ROW: Virginio Pardo, Dion Buih, Frank! Birini, Mary Ann Banks, Miss Yuk r SECOND ROW: Undo Franklin, Pol Garrison, Anna Ganoto, B v rly DeMoio. THIRD ROW: Regina Massey. Helen Prytwla, Josctine Nowok, Mofaldo White, Walter Kolpokov. MATH CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: Margaret Leskiw, Maria Rey. Fran lewitter, Lynda Franklin, Carol Roch, Renee Millard, Doris Cohens, Brenda Everett. SECOND ROW: Miss Osefrhen, Sybill SeheJIok. Stephanie Prytulo, Helen Prytulo, Josefme Nowak, Doris Rotten, Meldon Jenkins, Sylvia Giorello, Debra Jones. THIRD ROW: Vic Morrero, Ronald Spencer, Joseph Rwstonieilo, Joseph DiBetla, Fronk Fernicota, Walter Kopokow. The program of the Moth Club, whose advisor is Miss Osefchen, is interesting and a good doal of fun. The club's activities include mathematics for relaxation, guest speakers, puzzles, and special reports by members. Since mathematics is extremely important in industry, business, scioncc, research, the Moth Club stresses math in the modern world. To help achieve this purpose, field trips to offices and to museums are taken each year. The Moth Club has increased the prestige of Arts High. nThe Observers Club is one of the newest clubs of Arts High. It consists of girls who ore diet conscious and interested in observing their loss and gain of weight. These girls set their goals at losing two pounds a week and are usually successful in meeting it. Under the leadership of Mrs. Greene, the girls are able to look forward to better figures. OBSERVERS FIRST ROW, Mt lo righ : Doris loftin, Jocqualina MeClondon. Christina Shipman. Corolyn McKnighf, jaonatta Jamas, Lurana Whit . Mrs. Graaoa. SECOND ROW: Potrica Calvar. Sandra Thomas, Josephine HIay, Jams Palmora, Daborah Wabb. THIRD ROW: Tina Holley. Gwendolyn Nelson, Karen Clarke, Gloria Clarke, Cecilia Roote. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The purpose of the Photography Club is to develop skills and talents in this graphic art medium from a fine arts point of view. This club, organized in the fall of 1965 by Mr. Lynch, has twelve members who learn all the processes involved in mastering the art of photography. Next year the members of the club plan to take a field trip to increase their knowledge and interest in photography. FIRST ROW, left to right: Dabby Brody. Jockia McClendon, Dorothy Millar. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lynch, Dorii Lofton, Danni» Door. THIRD ROW: Fronk Coolith, Wayno Lethkow, Onwia Strowthar. 99An exlremoly useful organization, our chapter of the High School Red Cross, whose advisor is Mrs. Hiller, is dedicated to the ideal, "We Serve." The accomplishments of our Red Cross are many. Over two thousand hours of "Volunteer" service are given each year to Newark hospitals, nurseries, and homes for the aged. Tray covers, favors, and presents are made for and given to the some organizations at holiday time. Dozens of cookies are made and sent to the Veterans' Hospital in East Orange. Pajamas, nightgowns, and other clothing arc sewn for people left destitute by fire in Newark. Each year four to six delegates are sent (all expenses paid) to Pcddie School for a course at the Red Cross Leadership Training Center where they learn leadership skills and have a wonderful time. In 1962, 1964, and 1965 Parents' Magazine awarded the Arts High School Red Cross an Achievement Award in recognition of its outstanding record of service to the community. FIRST ROW, left to fight: Eil «n W«too, Fronde Henry, Irene Jam , Sharon Clark, Denite Mill , lour Gwie, Renee Millard, Undo Franklin, Arlen Rwtoino, Edith Churchman, Sandro Reed SECOND ROW Glenda Prott, Valerie Mitchell, Iri Wilton, Yvonne Mill , Frankie Bivent, Deborah Hickton, lillian Bngg . Patricia Gorriton, Jocquetta Blond, Shelley lea. THIRD ROW: Betty Brown, Anno Gonoto, Meidon Jenliw, Lorraine Porter, Valerie Moton, Audrey Johnson, Geraldine Jenkins, Beverly Jenkins, Borbora CoJemen RED CROSS FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Green, Maria Rey, Horrief Stoller, Josephine Nowak. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Gioiello, Lesley Mitchell, Joe DiBella. SCOPE Under tho direction of Mr. Green, the Scope has continued to be the dot ' book, soap box, and detailed record of Arts High. This year's staff, mostly juniors, has brought new ideas to the paper. With its never-ending dead lines, our newspaper has a demanding sched ule to meet. But it is fortunate in having o hard-working, enthusiastic staff of reporters and editors. Printed every two months, Scope appears with many interesting articles on sports, dances, clubs, student portraits, arts, and music. Its editorials are also of interest. In short, everything and anything that is newsworthy can be found in Scope. tooThe Arts High Stage Crew has proved to be a tremendous asset to our school. These ore the boys who set up the stage before each assembly, change scenery, conduct the public address system, and operate the lighting. Members are: Cephas Battle, James De Hart, Robert Fischer, Anthony liotti, Michael McGurty, Richard Nazario, and Edward Tittle. STAGE CREW LEFT TO RIGHT: Richord Noxorio, Ronold D Ro»tro. Mr. Marcus, Ed Tlttel, Anthony Liotti, James Starkey. STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: Diane Broogas, Patricia Glenn, Carolyn Cook, Sandra Reed. Maxine James, Mafoldo White, Deborah Hickson, and Frances Register. SECOND ROW: Ronald Cadmus, President of Student Council; Linda Jordon, Vice-President; Jerry Weingast, Yvonne Onque, Froncine Henry, Patricia Devtin, Denese Dover, Arlne Restaino, Jino Donnelly, Denise Mills, Jeannette James, Victor Weingost, Geneva Williams, Secretory; Mrs. Tina E. Bohannon, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Brenda Jennings, Leonora Brozel, Barbara Pulliom, Linda Jones, Michael Lacey, Gwendolyn Solomon, Joseph Guarino. Diane Ford, Akin Struck, Ethel Bamberg, Kenneth Ciceroce, Vicki Sosiak, Stanley Terrell, Geraldine Jenkins, Beverly Jenkins, Crystal Jones, and Deborah Stapleton. The Student Council of Arts High is a democratic, representative government, composed of two representatives from each homeroom and one from each club. The Student Council, presided over by the Mayor, meets every Thursday after school. Some of the issues that the Student Council considers are programs such as the very successful International Day of 1966, soloction of students who oro to receive A-pin awards, the annual Barn Dance, and the Scholarship Donee. One of the very useful and unusual services performed by the Student Council is raising money for the support and education of a South Korean girl named Sook Ja. SPANISH CLUB A rapidly growing group, the Spanish Club, whose advisor is Mr. Otero, is a very active organization. Its purpose is to acquaint our students with Latin America and with Spain. The assemblies given by this club create a sparkling atmosphere of the Spanish speaking countries. Our "Spaniards" in their meetings learn to sing songs in Spanish and to dance in Spanish too! A student does not even hove to know how to say "Ole! Ole!" to join this delightful club. FIRST ROW, left »o right: Morii Sontos. Doris Gorcia, Mr. Otero. SECOND ROW: Glodyt Perez, Milton Roman, Beverly Perkin . THIRD ROW: Madeline Jom©», Louis Sedino, Edword Polmore, lanice Polmore. FOURTH ROW: Joseph Guarino. Deborah Con way, Elwood Elli .LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Covollo, Ed Tittel. Chorlw Cuid ro. Mr. Knobltr. FIRST ROW, left »o right: Fay Witcher, Christine Taylor, Christine Shipman, Mrs Furst, Julia Park , Tina Holley. SECOND ROW: Alan Struck, Joseph Ruuoni llo, Charles Smith, Edward Ellis, Charles Stewart, Ronold Cadmus. One of the intereiting activities of Arts High is the Vignette, produced each year. The yearbook, which calls for skills in art, photography, literary composition, typing, and in keeping financial records, is produced by the students. The senior commercial art majors handle the layout and art of the yearbook. The advisors are Mr. Knobler, Mr. Shapiro, and Mrs. Furst. Although there are several deadlines to meet, _ the activity of producing the yearbook covers most of the school year. VIGNETTE STAFF 103 ........Culminating a period in your life you will always want to remember. A your official photographer, we feel elated to have been able to document this cherished era with photographs pulsating the very life you lived • the very thoughts you spread • the very feeling you so warmly and sincerely shared. This reality though captured in a split second will be an everlasting record for posterity. THIS IS YOUR PROUDEST HOUR The future holds many events for you that you will want to remember • Please feel free to call upon us for all of your photographic needs. LORSTAFNIOMiS STUDIOS FOREMOST SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE FAST■■■■ ' t 3HMJ


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