Arts High School - Vignette Yearbook (Newark, NJ)

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 VIGNETTE 1971 ANNUAL PUBLICATION Or THE SENIOH CLASS ARTS HIGH SCHOOL, NEWARK, NEW JERSEYDEDICATION MISS DELPHINE PERUGINE, B.S., M.A. English The class of 1971 wishes fo express appreciation for the effort, the work, and time devoted to the students and to Arts High School by Miss Delphine Perugine, a member of the English Department who retired at the end of January, 1971. Miss Perugine was not only an efficient, competent instructor, but a friendly, warm, and patient individual who mony times went above and beyond the call of duty in her efforts to assist us. During our years here, she gave us the understanding, inspiration, and encouragement we so often needed. We constantly confided in her, and never hesitated to ask her for help with our problems. Her confidence in our abilities helped us to progress toward the attainment of our high school diplomas. 2ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTYMiss David is an effective, efficient administrator who combines ability, understanding, and leadership skills with sincere dedication and infinite patience. She regards our student body as her "family" and is always willing to listen and act on student requests. She can bo friendly when she wants to be and severe when she has to be. An experienced educator, she has dovoted herself completely to meeting Arts High's needs and attacks its problems with courage and determination. She has carried out her responsibilities well and in doing so has earned our respect and admiration.GEORGE STEISEL, B.A., M.A. Vice-Principal Mr. Steisel, formerly our Mathematics Department coordinator, is our acting vice-principal this year. A busy, interested man of many talents who knows a large number of the students personally, he is regarded by many as a real friend who is willing to listen to problems and offer advice. He devotes much of his time to making each student's stay at Arts a happy and successful one.4 1. SPINDLER, LOUIS, B.S Ed . B.S. Fin Art . AAA. Art (Acting Chairman) 2. BENEVENTO, JULIUS. B.F.A. Art 3. BERKOWITZ, STANLEY, B.A. Aft 4. CARDEN, JAN, B.S. Art 5. STILLER, ELIZABETH (MRS.), B.S., AAA. Art 6. TSO, JEANNE (MRS.), B.S., AAA. Art 10 7. RESILE. ROCCO A., B.SJA , M.A. Coordinator, Mu tic Department 8. BLOCK, ANNETTE (AARS.), Diplomo, Curtis IwKlul ot Mu»ic Matte 9. HOWARD, ROBERT S.. B.S., M.A. Music 10. SHAPIRO, GERTRUDE P. (MRS.), B.S. Music 11. SINGER, REUBEN. B.S., AAA. Musk 12. TOBIA, GERARD C.. AAus.B, B.S., AAA. Musk 61. MEYERSON, RUTH. B.A., M.S. Mathematics 2. A BOLINS, JANA (MRS). B.A.. M . Moth matics 3. CALVIN, ALBERT W., A.B., M A. Mathematics 4. GENTILE. ALTRED, B.S. Mathematics 5. KURTZ. SAMUEL. B.A. Mathematics 4 5 1. LANG, JOHN AA, B.S., AAA. Physical Education, Health 2. DIACO. ROBERT JOSEPH. A.A.. B.S., AAA. Physical Education, Health 3. EDMONDS. EVANGELINE, B.S. Physical Education, Health 4. GREENE. CONSTANCE (JARS.), R.N., B.S. Health 3. MEEHAN, MARIE, R.N. Nurse 6. MILLS, ALBERTA, B.S. Physical Education, Health 71. HECK. SEYMOUR C., B.A., M.A. Chairman, Cnglith Department 2. ABOS. RUTH G.. BA. M.A Cnglith 3. CHERRY. IIONEI. BA., M A T. Cnglith 4. EAKIN, DAVID, B.A. Cnglith Intern 5. KEIl, MJTCHEU. B.A. Cnglith—Intern 6. NEUSS. DOROTHY (MRS ), B.S., M.A. Engffili 7. PERUGINE, DEIPHINE, B.S.. M.A. Cnglith 8. RAFF, ADRIENNE, 8.A. Cnglith foreign languages FELDMAN. SONIA (MRS.) 8.A.. MA. French Coordinator, Language Dept. ABEND. MARY (AARS.) B.A. Spanith and french EDREIRA. NORMA (MRS.) B.A., AAA. Cnnn'nh 8LAZAR, imt (MRS.) B.S.. M . S cf tor of RITTER. IIUIAN (MRS.) B.C.Ed. S»cr»tarn l YABllCK, LEONARD J. B.A.. M.A. Coordinator, Stion«• Doporimonl RUSSELL, DAISY C. (MRS.) B.S.. M.S. Chomidry ond Phyiks VENSKUS. MARY A. (MRS. B .. M-A. Sci nc« MARCUS, JEROME B.S, M . Industrial Art FRIEDMAN, GLADYS E. BA- •l S- Librarian MARMON. AILEEN (MRS.) Auistant librarian 92 4 1. RICH, PEARL C. (MRS.), B.A., M.A. Coordinator, Sociol Studios Department 2. FURST, IORNA R. (MRS ), 6.A., M.Ed. Social Studios 3. OOELl, BARRY R.. B.A. Social Studios 4. BOHANNON, TINA E. (MRS ), B.A., MA. ProTcuionol Diplomo Hoad Guidonco Counselor 5. BARREn, JUDITH (MRS ). B A., MJk. Guidance Counselor 6. LANDERS, GEORGE J., B.A., AAA. Guidonco Counselor 7. YOUNG. CHARLOTTE W. (MRS ), A.C.S.W., B.S., M.S.S. Psychiatric Sociol Worker 8. FISCHLER, SUSAN, B.A. Clothing 9. DOUGHTIE, ROSA (MRS.), School Secretory 10. ZONES, SHIRLEY (MRS.), School Secretory 10MARGARET M. AMESTI Pool Sobtlitvio LINDA L STEINRRUECK Pool Subifltufo GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT STAFF—loft to right: Mr. Goorgo London, Mrt. Judith Sorrott, Mr . Tmo Ewgono Bohonnon (Hood Countolot), ond Mr. Goto Id Tobio.12What can wc say about someone who has meant so much to us? We can use the same old traditional trite expressions that ore always made on occasions like this one. Somehow, they seem to fall short of the mark when we try to apply them to Mrs. Greono. Seeing her involved in a game during our Junior Class Picnic or rolling in the rink during our skating party, we know there is no generation gap. She has always been patiently involved with us, even when we were not always so willing to cooperate. Sometimes our behavior created tremendous headaches for her. Nevertheless, she managed to surmount all obstacles and help us to complete our high school days successfully. She has been a perfect mixture of calmness in the faco of adversity and firmness when she knew the situation required it. To her we offer our most heart-felt appreciation for her unselfish sacrifice of her time and energies in our behalf. SEMUH HOMEROOM TEACHERS MRS. CONSTANCE GREENE, R.N., B.S. Health MR. BARRY OOtll MRS BETTE LAZAR MRS. IORNA HIRSTPRESIDENT ROBERT J. MEllllO Bob . . . moody, quiet . . . thy ot times . . . friends include John Pop . Bob Donielt, ond Hildo Burn«tt . . . hobbies or iportt ond listening to music . . , fovorit artist; Jo Cocker . . . favorite t ocb r: Mr. Dioco . . . p t peeve; ob t K of o football teom ot Arts . . . odmires th coo h t of th Artt High iportt teams . . . It portiol to Rock concerts . . . pr f rt th Kord rock sound In music . . . Iik t Itolion food b tt . . . fovorit sport—football . . . subject; humanities . . . dresses in the catuol and Mod fashion . . . hot earned two Varsity letters for bateboll ond one for soccer ... is a member of the No-tionol Honor Society . . , active in Boy Scouts . . . likes th music ot Arts most ond the boys' gym least . . . hat th peculiar habit of not knowing when to toy "No" . . . likes honesty ond friendliness in others . . . plont to attend Yol University. VICE PRESIDENT JOHN POPE . . . "J.P." . . . dot friends or C.L Deeds, Ronald Hager ond Hilda Burnett . . . hobbies or girl watching ond ploying tennis ... a member of th Varsity Club ond th Tennis Teom . . . Vie President of the Senior Clots ... fovorit teacher; Mr. Gentile . . . digs th Temptations, tennis ond bosketboll . . . dislikes th gym . . . fovorit subject is moth . . . spends most of hit spore time on th tennis courts . . . plont to offend lowell Institute to prepare for a career os o chemicol engineer. TREASURER HILDA BURNETT "Hil" . . . boticolly understanding, toft hearted ond friendly . . enjoys th company of Robert Melillo, Myro Franklin ond Astrid Fersxt . . . favorites include Melba Moor . Mon Child in th Promised I ond, Claude Brown, lubmorin tond-wichet, pojomos ond sondols . . . con usuolly be found knitting or listening to records . . . od-mires her mother . . . Junior and Senior dost Treosurer, Junior Red Cross Treasurer, Explorer's Club, Modern Donee Club, Cheering Squod, Scope Staff ond Student Council ... pet peeve: people with nosty dispositions . . . fovorit teachers or Mrs. Venskus, Miss Mils ond Mrs. Greene . . . plont to ottend Smith College or Mount Holyoke to major in o biological science. SECRETARY SARAH E. WILLCOX Soroh , . . a friendly, fun-loving ond exciting person . . . usually seen with Myro FronkCn, Debbie Nobors ond Helen Wilkox . . . "Hi Cutiel" ... her spore time is occupied with the Bond, th Orchestra, the Girls' Volleyboll Teom, th Student Council, the Moth Club, the Vignette Staff, the Junior ond Senior Councils ond the Notionol Honor Society . . . digs tewing, cooking ond bosketboll . . . Rodney Ailet it someone speciol . . . enjoys bond ond orchestra reheart-olt . . . Mrs. loiar, Mrs. Venskus, Mrs. Rich ond Mss Abot rank high . . . pet peeve; th gym facilities . . . Conquerors Club, the Gospel Teom and street work with children or her leisure activities . . . odmiret Mrs. Green . . . expects loyalty in her friends . . . the people of Arts hove left a lotting impression . . . future plans include college in preparation lor o career ot an elementary school teacher. 15TAWATHA DENISE AGEE Towotho . . a very modest person with o Knoll circle of friend . . . fovorite sport it soccer . . . ot track meet »he'» a tpectotor sportswoman . . . hobble include ploying the piono and the organ, tinging gospels, rhythm or bluet . . . enjoy listening to the rodio . . . pianitt for the young adult choir ©f her church . . . o former member of the Cheering Squad . . . love pore rib . . . hope to enter the butinett field . . . it contidering computer technology or keypunch operation. REGINA RAE ANTHONY "Gina" . . . dote friend are Sheilo Pigford, June Scale . Undo William and Dona lee . . . hobbiet ore reading good book ond listening to records . . . favorite outhor it Eric Segal . . . pet peoves: moth and "catty" people . . . digs jau and rock music . . . o member of the Glee Club . . . like the togetherness of student here, ditlikes the time limit on the parties . . . usually found listening to the rodio in her room . . . expects to prepare for o career ot o social worker. BRIAN DAVID ASARNOW "bird man" , . . chooses Steve Halpern and Wil-ford lowther at good companion . . . other friend ore Pat bell ond Judith Deo . . . digs Quincy Jones, soccer, tennis, basketball and track ... a member of the Vorsity Club, tho assembly committee ond the lab Assistant Club . . . like the people best; the inadequate facilities least . . fovorite teacher is Mr. Steltel . . . future involves medicine or music . . . plant to attend Amherst College. MANUEL BARRUECO Monuel . . . colm ond friendly . . . likes people to be simple . . . dislike a "show off" . . . enjoy baseball and music dosses . , . Mr. Singer fop hit list of teacher ... ho been on active member of the band . . . spend tpore time ot home listening to datticol or rock music or proc-ticing hi Instrument . . . likes all kinds of meat . . . plons to go to Manners School of Music to prepare for a career at a teacher ond performer. PATRICIA RUTH BELL Pot . . . "real" . . . loves peoplo ... hat a great tense of humor . . . lists swimming, reading and cooking among her activities . . . friends ore Shoron Doughtie, George Jones ond Monica Hand . . . favorite include beethoven, led Zeppelin, Edgar Allen Poe, and Itolion food . . , Student Council, Entertoinmenl Committee Chairman, Orchestro, Band, lob Assistants Club, library Guild, Community Involvement Committee . . . Drum Majorette . . . loves music and partying .. . Humanities doss is tops . . . Mr. Singer, Mrs. Rich ond Mr. Heck ore her fovorite teachers .. . plant to otlend Princeton University to major in instrumental music. ELAINE BLAINE "Eli" ... shy and quiet . . . considers Donna Frozier ond Kelvin Clark at her dose friends . . . would like to be a good housewife . . . digs shrimp ond basketball ... pet peeve: loud and nosey people . . . Mrs. Furst is her favorite teocher . . . likes her cousins best . . . dislikes the basement lunchroom the most. 16RHONDA LYNN BLAND "Ron!" . . . thy, quiet, friendly . . . onjoy the com pony of Undo Pettiford, Dello Mote ond Cheryl Pullin . . . fovorite include pirro, hot fudge tundoet, the Delfonict ond jomming at portie . . . ' Farewell to Arm»" . . . Mrt. Rich ronkt high . . . enjoyt footboll gome ond the beoch . . . pet peeve: detention hall . . . "Oh icky »quit" . . . delight in the writing ol Ernetl Hemingway . . . future plan include college in preparation for o coreer a a nurte. LORILYN DENISE BRIDGEFORTH "lollipop" . . . dote friend ore Monico Hand ond June Scale . . . favorite teocher ore Mr . Neut ond Mr . Shopiro . . . ditlike o temb!iet . . . enjoyed the Chorut . . . o member of the Glee Club, the African Culture Club ond the Ceramic Club . . . enjoy tenni . toccer ond noting tuna fi h . . . pet peeve: pertonolly projected joking . . . tpendt her pore time in the den withing ond thinking . . . Picotio i» her favorite orti t ... on ovid reader. e peciolly of the work of Edgor Allen Poe . . . favorite expret ion "Oh. wow I" . . . plont to ottend Monmouth College ... a coreer in turgicol nuriing I her goal. DEBBY A. BROWN "Dee Dee" . . . hone t, eaty to get along with . . . like to hove fun . . . utvoUy teen with Monica Hand. Sharon Doughtie ond Shelley Johnton . . . hobbiet are cooking, doncing ond bowling ... on octive member of the Bond, the library Gvild, and the Service Committee . . . dig rock mvik . . . fovor.te teocher i Mr . Rich . . . enjoy reoding the work of Jome Baldwin . . . "Whot't happening?" . . . plont to become o moth teocher. EARL DOUGLAS BULLET, JR. "Bullet" . . . a lively ond carefree perton . . . utuolfy een with lorry Smith or Herbert McCray . . . enjoy iwimming, tkating ond doncing . . . ho been on octive member of the Track Team and the Phyticol Eitnet Club . . . Mr. long I hi favorite teocher ... pet peeve: fire drill in the winter ... hot a toft »pot for tpoghetti . . . book — "Howard Street" . . . Salvador Dali . . . frock . . . ho o peculiar hobit of doncing around o lot . . . plant to ottend Rutger Univertity. REGINALD BURL "Reggie" . . . quiet, cooperative, contiderote . . . hot o pleating pertonolity, get olong with everyone . . . utually teen with Kelvin Clark ond Sheila Ptgford . . . collect ttompt . . . Aretha Franklin . . . poem by langtlon Hughe . . . like all of hit teocher . , . admire Mayor Gibton . . . televition . . . tool and religiou mutic hove tpecial oppeol . . . love food . . . Englith, footboll ond formol clothe tuit him . . . member of tho Student Council, and the Senior ond Junior Clou Council . . . Vice-Pre ident of the Junior Clou . . . octive in Gotpel Group ond in hit church, ond the Street Community Club . . . enjoyt the ttudent ot Art . . . humming St o hobit he can't break . . . utually found in room 310 tinging . . . ploy football in the ployground . . . plant to attend Mont-doir Slate College . . . wontt to be o mutic teacher or o linger. TIMOTHY MARKEITH BYERS "Thy" . . . dote friend ore Dona lee ond Phillip Motucci . . . like poetry ond pointing . . . utually found ot home during tpore time reoding, deeping or cooking . . . favorite teacher ore Mr . Neutt ond Mr. Singer . . . favorite tub-je l it Englith . , . odmiret Clorence Williomt III . . . octive in fencing ond tenni octlvitiet . . . like cotuol clothing . . . terved on the Student Council and ot Choirmon of the Auem-bly Committee . . . like congenial olmotphere ot Am . . . ditlike funding of art tuppliet by the Board of Educotion . . . odmiret honetty in other ; ditlike catching phonie being them-lolvei . . . hope to ottend Jertey City Stole . . . would like to be o ptychologitt . . . may con-tider a career in the Navy. 17LORAINE COLUCCI loroine . . . offectionote, congeniol, emotionol, understanding . . . close friends include Marie Portugal and Faye Powell . . . admires honesty, friendliness and understanding in others ... El Greco, Isooc Asimov, Mr. Odell ond Mrs. Neuss rote high . . . hobbies include boy watching . . . pet peeve: hypocrites . . . enjoys hord rock, classical folk, ice cream, lotogne ond mozzorello . . . C.Y.O. . . . likes the atmosphere best at Arts ... in spore time may be found ot home sleeping or out walking . . . plans to ottend college os on art mojor. DESIREE JENNIFER CISCO "Desi" . . . crazy, nutty, quiet . . . enjoys the company of Olive Smart, Mary Williams, Shelley Johnson, Ronnie Flodger ond Carlos Perez . . . Mr. Odell tops her list of toothers . . . hobbies include drowing, painting ond watching T.V. . . . pet peeve: conceited people ... a member of the yeorbook stoff . . . digs ort, steaks, bor-b-q-steaks, blouses, skirts ond ponts . . , admires her mother ond fother . . . "Ain't no woyl" . . . spends her spare time ot homo sleeping or at the movies . . . plans to enter the field of designing. DENNIS CAFFREY Dennis . . . quiet, honest ond sincere ... his friends include Ed Urbon and Pete Silvio . . . favorites include Poul Cezanne, Kohlil Gibran, Mr. Spindler ond "The Prophet" ... pet peeve: the lack of art supplies . . . can be found in the auditorium talking with his friends in his spare time . . . likes art, rock music, chicken, soccer ond casuol clothing ... the attitude of the teachers impresses him . . . plons to ottend Newark School of Fine and Industrio! Art to pursue a career in commercial ort. YVONNE ELAINE COLEMAN Yvonne . . . honest and free hearted . . . close friends are Elaine Btoine ond Monica Fryer . . . odmires people who do something with their lives . . . fovorites: Mr. Spindler, Isooc Hayes, Shakespeare ond oil types of clothes . . . octive in Theta Phi Gam mo Sorority ... pet peeve: phony people . . . usually found ot her boyfriend's house hoving fun . . . enjoys shows for entertainment . . . digs reoding. sewing, doting, ond pizzo . . , likes the Art Deportment at Arts best . . . hopes to ottend Prott Institute . . . . . . would like to plan for a coreer in furniture designing. KELVIN CLARK Kelvin . . . attentive, friendly, lazy . . . Elaine Maine, Joyce B ond Donald Mobley ore good friends . . . has been active in the Bond ond the Orchestra ... on the Tennis Team . . . fo-vorite teocher is Mr. Singer . . . enjoys soul music, Italian food, stylish clothing ond listening to records . . . spends his spare time at home relaxing . . , likes the atmosphere at Arts best; the gym leost . . . collects coins ot a hobby . . . plans to attend Montclair State College. MELYNDA CONTRERAS "Jimi" . . . friendly, crazy . . . usually happy . . . dose friends indude Elizabeth Wielgus, Crawford Moller and Chorlotte McAllister . . . con be found ot home in her spare lime playing the guitar . . . Timmy it someone special . . . strawberries ... is involved in Conquerors Club ond O.A.C. outside of school . . . favorites indude Salvador Dali, Mr. Benevento, Mr. Spindler, the Bible ond oil of today's musk ... pet peeve: plottic people . . . "That's life" ... enjoys English dottet . . . likes the beoutiful people ot Arts . . . future plant include college . . . will mojor in psychology. 18LYNETTE FRANCES COOKE "Cookie" , , . intelligent, quiet, colm, and easy to get olong with . . . dote friends ore lindo fowfer, Toni DeVone and Susan Worrill . . . Deputy Mayor . . . fovorite teacher is Mrs. Rich . . . hos been active in the Student Council and the Chorus ... on the Twirling Squad . . . ad-mires her parents ... pet peeve: the cafeteria food . . . hobbies include sewing, reading ond watching T.V. . . . enjoys chemistry. Block Studies, football ond soul musk . . . plans to ottend the University of Syracuse. JOEL MICHAEL CROOMS Mike . . . wild ond carefree . . . close friends are Robert Means ond Randy James . . . hobbies are pointing and drowing . . . Mrs. Rich is his fovorite teacher . . . digs shrimp, pancakes, jon, trock ond football . . . pet peeve: childish rules . . . enjoys wearing dungarees ond bells . . . can be found In the villoge or ot home in his spore time . . . listens to the music of Miles Davis and Jinti Hendrix . . . Frank Frozitta is his fovorite ortist . . . o member of the Trock Team ond the Omega Phi Epsilon Froternity . . . "Dig here" . . . plans for a future in commercial art. ELAINE DALLAS Elaine . . . honest, sincere, trustworthy, modest and lovable . . . finds the company of Dwoin Tolley, Robin McCross ond Sharon Tolley pleasurable . . . among her fovorites ore the Temptations, bowling, cooking, dancing, reading, bos ketball, ond footboll . . . lists Mr. lazar and Mr. Odell os fovorite teachers . . . dislikes phony people . . . admires her mother most . . . member of the Cheering Squad ... on the Vignette Stoff . . . received o Varsity letter and a bowling trophy while ot Arts . . . looks for honesty in people . . . plans to ottend college to major in elementary education. ROBERT DANIELS Bob . . . easy going, good-looking . . . possesses a good sense of humor . . . usually seen with Mike Moses so. Bab Mellila, lorry Hamm or Steve Holpern . . hobbies include playing the sox, watching T.V. or listening to good music . . . pet peeve: the gym . . . has been octive in the Band ond the Orchestra, on the baseball ond trock teams . . . spends his spare time relaxing with girls . . . "How you doin'?" . . . plans to ottend Montclair State College . . . will mojor in physical education. MARILYN DAVIS Morilyn . . . quiet, intelligent, serious ... enjoys the company of Ronald Pledger. Bonnie McRae, Undo Fowler ond Jock Wilson ... her hobbies ore listening to music, sewing, ond drowing ... pet peeve: egotisticol people . . . Mr. Odell is o fovorite among the teachers . . . laves spaghetti and meatballs . . . Hcword Street . . . "That's just the way it is" . . . hot the peculiar hobit of chewing on pen tops . . . looks for the qualities of humor, pleasant personality, and flexibility in others . . . uiuolty ot home with Ronold Flodger . . . plans to enter the computer programming field. JUDITH DEAS Judy . . . dose friends include Corolyn Robinson, Undo Meitzler, ond lorrie Key . . . overwhelming, curious, witty . . . dancing, art, and soul singing are her hobbies . . . favorite artist: El Greco . . . author: Nicki Digevonni . . . teacher: Mr. Odell ... pet peeve: greedy people . . . odmiret Nina Simone . . . fovorite entertainment it doncing . . . book: The Black Woman . . . likes the soul and hard rock sound In music . . . fovorite food is Chinese ond soul . . . "Oh, it's you" . . . really digs ort . . . sports include swimming and skating . . . clothing fovorites ore Afro and Mod ... a member of the Pep Committee, the Dance Club, the Black Culture Club, and the Twirlers . . . outside activities include Conquerors' Club . . . con usually be found ot the library searching for information on sociol problems . . . plans to ottend the New York Institute of Fashion Design to prepare for a career in that field. 19C.L . . . quiet . . . o well rounded Individ uo I . , . usually found in the company of John Pop , Jock Wilson, Ronald Fladger or Cheryl Puilin . . . hos received Varsity lottoss in basket-ball and tennis . . . earned a medal for bowling prowess . . . favorite teachers ore Mr. Oioco and Mr. long . . . enjoys the writings of leroi Jones . . . favorite book is "Mcnchild in the Promised land" . . . usually found at home listening to contemporary music, jozz or the Temptations . . , lives for basketball season . . . best subject: gym . . . plans to ottend Jersey City State College and major in physieol education . . . hopes for a career as 0 computer technician In the future. MARIA DENARO Marie . . . friendly, sincere . . . dose friends include Elizobeth Wielgus and linda lovallo . . . an octive member of the Chorus . . . hobbies are bowling, tennis, and listening to today's music . . . con usually be found on the fourth floor . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Howard . . . enjoys Italian food most . . . pants ore her fovorite type of dress . . . likes the people most ot Arts and the food leost . . . "Really?" . . . plans include college and o career in teaching. SHARON I. DOUGHTIE Sharon . . . inquisitive, friendly, quiet . . . close friends ore Monico Hand, Debby Brown, Pot Bell, ond Shelly Johnson . . . hos a special appreciation for Yusef lotuf, Korenzo, Mikki Giovanni, Moulona Ron ond philosophy . . . "And lights out" . . . attracted to people who possess insight, independence, purpose ond direction . . . fovorite teachers ore Mrs. Venskus ond Mr. Heck . . . plans to prepore for a career as a pediatrician . . . hos a strong desire to visit Africa. CARLA DUNLAP "The Tiki" . . . quiet, friendly, always on the go . . . dose friends or Edith Johnson, Roni Roimundo and Faye Powell . . . unusual hobbies include loot her work and beading clothes with interesting designs . . . fovorite outhor: Roy Brodbury . . . finds Mr. Pickett, Miss A bos, live rock music, symphonies, base boll, swimming and soccer enjoyable ... pet peeve: people who force themselves on you . . . odmires her family most . . . Mtphizio Wohz . . . "No, No, No I Aye Yo mio" . . . dresses in the mod fashion . . . a member of the Modern Dance Club . . . hos received two City Holl art awards . . . likes art ond dance dosses best . . . plans to attend the Friar School of Art . . . will seek employment in the advertising field. KIMBERLY LYNN FEARRINGTON "Kim" . . . condid. temperamental . . . friends indude Adrienne Smith, lorroin Byoss. Cheryl Corpew ond Earl Bullet . . . eating, tewing, working and dancing ore her leisure time activities . . . favorites ore Mrs. Greene, french fries, English, the Moments, basketball and kickboll ... pel peeve: phoney or snobbish people . . . Gory Mayo is someone special . . . admires her mother and father most ... "I just loved . . . . . wean mod and mini fashions . . . involved in the Senior Clou Council ond the Entertainment Committee projects . . . o member of the Alpha Psi Epsilon Sorority . . . likes the atmosphere ot Arts best . . . can be found everywhere—doing everything . . . plant to ottend Newark State College to prepare for a career in teaching. ASTRID FERSZT Astrid ... on inquisitive, quiet and sincere person . . . dose friends are Hildo Burnett, Wilford lowther, lorrie Key and Michelle Willioms . . . hobbies or reoding, sports, ond cooking . . . favorites include Botticelli, Roy Brodbury, science, math, all kinds of food and most of the teachers . . . pet peeve: people who hot , ond those who are narrow minded . . . odmires Jesus Christ . . . "Whot?l, really?" . . . hos been octive In the Tennis Club, ond the Science Club . . . member of the Scop Stoff and the Notional Honor Society . . . can usually be found in the lob doing experiments . . . plant include college . . . would like to become a doctor or on educator. 20ANTHONY FREDA Tony . . . kind, friendly ond contiderate . . . clot friendt or Anthony Montan«lli, Frank Ric-cio ond Craig Velordi . . . hobbiet include onto racing . . . Mr. Spindl r ond Mr. Oioco mode on imprettion . . . member of th Track Team . . . favorite artist: Rembrandt . . . enjoys rock mutic, Italian food, hittory clottet ond football . . . like th writing of H. G. Well . . . th ort teacher rank high with him . . . ditiiket cofe-t rio food . . . can usually be found in the playground ploying baseball . . . plant to ottend Th Newark School of Fine ond Industrial Art. SANDRA GAIL FLIPPEN Sandy , , . quiet, friendly ond tentiSv . , . dot friendt or Ioann Cowlet ond Denit Solomon . . . hobbiet include t wing ond reoding . . . favorite include Money Wilton, Mr . Gr ne, radio, ond fried chicken . . . odmiret Kenneth W. Cureton. Sr. . . . •'Dorn itl Well like popular ond joss mutic . . . enjoy ort moit and the gym leott . . . look for honetty and the willingn to do erory thing of timet in other . , , hot the peculiar habit of mumbling to hertelf when the't alone . . . plant to be o homemaker. RONALD ARTIS FLADGER Ron . , , happy . . , eoty to get along with, fun to be with . . . dote friendt or Marilyn Davit, C. I. Deed , John Pop . Desiree Citco, Yvonne McRoe, Jock Wilton, and lindo Fowler . , . Mr. Odell ond Mr. Spindler ore favorite . . . member of th Vortity Club, the Tennit Team ond th Junior Vortity Basketball Team . . . usually found at C. I. Deed ' home or ot Jock Wilton't tinging , , . enjoy parti , billiard and rock mutic ... pet peevei phony people . . . like th student personalities motf and th gym leott . . . Marilyn Davit it someone tpocial to him . . . drettet in th mod fashion . . . "Hey, whal't happening?" . . . plan to ottend Nework College of Engineering to prepare for a career ot on electronic engineer. MYRA FRANKLIN Myra ... on honest, friendly, lively, sincere person ... it especially noted for her smile . . . dote friendt include Soroh WiHcox ond Hildo Burnett . . . Roger Curry it someone special . . . hat been a member of th bond, th Orchettro, th Volleyball Team, the Student Welfor Committee ond th Tennis Team . . . outside activities include Conqueror's Club and the Gospel Teom . . . "Wowl" . . . enjoys listening to flute mutic . . . spends spore time writing letters, doing homework or just talking to people . . . it also o member of th National Honor Society . . . favorite teacher: Mist Meyerton . . . plans to ottend Barrington College. LINDA FOWLER "Chocolate Puddin" . . . bod tempered, eosily hurt, but eoty to get olong with . . . clot friends or Bonnie McCrae, Marilyn Davit, Jo Ann Pitts, Octavio Nickerson. Renio Horrfs, Glenda Storks and Roselle Jones . . . hobbiet: tewing, listening to mutic ond talking on th phone . . . fovoritet include Sly ond th Family Stone, Dick Gregory, and Mist Mill ... pet peeve: ignorant, jealous ond phony people . . . botketboll ond greasing on chicken turn her on . . . o member of th Art High Chorus . . . usually ot home tewing, wotching T.V. or talking on th phone . . . plant to enter o business school. ANN FREEMAN Ann . . . sensitive, keen, witty, sincere . . . friends or Debbie Pidcock, Charlotte McAllister. Melynda Contreras . . . favorite teacher is Mr . Neuss ... P t pee : organised religion ond Bible waving Negroes . . . fond of hamburgers . . . likes the writings of Eldridg Cleaver . . . Block Ponlhon Speolt . . . dislikes assemblies and the ottitudes of tome teacher . . . tchool vocoSont or wonderful . . . utuolly found ot home . . . reoding, wriSng ond listening to music . . . plans to secure training at on IBM Consol operator. 21LUTHER RAY FREEMAN Luther . . . observont, quiet, othlefic . . . some of hit friends or Rodney Not Ivy, Jo Jones, ond Derrick Woshington . . . ho» been active on the Basketball Team, ond the Boseboll Teom . . . received o Junior Varsity letter . . . Met. Greene, leroi Jones, Mr. Carden ond the Temptations rote high . . . "Right Onl" . . . hobbies include drawing, pointing, swimming ond ploying basketball ... pet peeve: the cafeteria . . the students of Arts hove left a lasting impression . . . digs bell bottoms, leather, history ond gym , . . enjoys joxx ond soul music . . - plons to ottend Esse County College . . . •'•II seek o career in computer programming. PAMELA ANN GAGLIANO Pom . . . sensitive, quiet, reserved . . . close friends include Jo Ann Cannarelli, Elaine Maine, ond Alicio Alphonso . . . hobby is Sewing . . . favorite artist is Mr. Spindler . . . pet peeve: phony people . . . admires Milton Roman . . , dancing and music occupy her spare hours . , , likes oil kinds of clothes ... an active member of the Girls' Glee Club, the Red Cross ond the Rainbow for Girls . . . likes the friendliness of students ond teachers her . . looks for honesty and faithfulness in her friends . . . interested in business administration . . . will attend Essex County College. DENISE LYDIA GRANT "Niesie" . . . seen with Andrea Kilby, Brenda Powell, Yvonne McRoe, Charlotte McAllister and Carrie Quottleboum , . . has o remarkable personality . . . loves making people lough . . . cooking, reoding, skating ond ping pong ore fovorites . . . Rolph Ellison, Nathan Heard, "The Invisible Mon" and "Howard Street" mod an impression . . . "Right onl" . . . odmires her mother most . . . possesses a volleyball pin . . . president of the Distinctions Club . . . enjoys the music programs ond the Dance Club . . . despises detention . . . con usually be found at Fuld House . . . plant include attending Ohio State University ond o teaching career. STEVEN D. HALPERN Steve ... an intelligent, often surprising and quite different individual . . . Bob Daniels and Brian Asarnow or his good companions . . . enjoys music, especially hard rock . . . Jimi Hendrix . . . "Great Gotsby" . , . Mr. Long rotes high . . . casual clothes, steokt, ond tennis make him happy . . . "Monl" . . . has four Vorsity letters for tennis . . . collects record albums ... a member of the Bond ond the Orchestra . . . hot a peculiar hobit of tapping on desks . . . finds the general ottitude ot Arts very pleasant ... the gym is despicable . . . found ot home attempting to study or taking it easy ... it undecided about hit career. CHARLIE MAE GOSIER Mae . . . quiet, friendly, ond fun loving . . . lists Dornol Smith, Brendo Hampton, Renio Horris ond CharloH McAllister as her dose friends . . . sewing ond partying are her hobbies . . . digs Mr. Spindler, Mrs. Tto, mellow rock, seafood, roller skating and conservative clothes . . . odmires those who have pride in themselves . . . thinks her mother it the greatest ... in her spore time, she con be found in New York window shopping . . . dislikes long lunch lines . . . daydreaming it fun . . . plons to further her educotion . . . will seek training in keypunch operation. LAWRENCE HAMM, JR. "Ham" ... on outgoing, octive, "together" individual . . . clot friends ore Bill Pleasant and Cedric Simmons . . . fovorite people include Picasso, Langston Hughes, Mrs. Rich ond Mr. Mar-cut . . . enjoys music, plays the piano ond sings . . . "What's happenin'?" . . . steak ond salod . . . Humanities . . . Tawatha Age it someone special . . . Varsity letters in swimming, crosscountry and track , . . favorite book: "last Temptation of Christ" . . . admires any mon with self-control . . . served os deputy-mayor and mayor of Arts' student body , , , octive in student government . . . participates In the Junior Achievement program . . . member of the Notionol Honor Society . . . plant to enter the field of business or cooperative law. 22MONICA HAND "Monique" . . . associates with Debby Brown ond SKaron Doughtie . . . U»t» towing, reading, dancing, talking and having fun at hor hob-biet . . . Richard Wright and Mr. Howard ronk high . . . enjoys jolly rock, tool food, history, ond African clothing . . . o member of the Block Culture Club, the Girls' Glee Club ond the Junior ond Senior Clavt Councils . . . appreciated the student body and the obtence of a drug problem most ot Arts , , , plant include attending Douglost College ond entering tome field of psychology. CHERYL A. HICKS "Bunny" . . . o very friendly and talkative per-ton . . . utuolly seen with Liz Hurdle . . . o member of the Glee Club, the Junior ond Senior Orchestra ond the library Guild . . . ditliket the food at Arts ... pet peeve: prejudiced people . . . fovorite sport it soccer . . . enjoys horp music the moil . . . her fovorite author it Shakespeare . . . spends most of her spore time at home working or practicing her music lesson . . . seeks a coreer ot o music teocher. RENIA HARRIS "Cookie" . . . Mae Cosier and Denise Hitter ore real friends. Charlie Mae is her favorite ortitf . . . likes Shokespeore . . . favorite teocher: Mrs. Neutt ... pet peeve: a person who controdictt her . . . admires her mother . . . The Great Gatsby . . . enjoys |etz . . . chemitfry is THE subject . . . prefers midi clothing . . . lists riding, track, and motorcycle riding ot leisure activities . . . member of the Art Club ond the Block Culture Club . . . o dedicated lob assistant . . . likes students to be treated at young odults . . . dislikes detention. . , . utuolly found at home in spare time doing nothing . . . considers herself a very hard person to know but she "wears" well . . . plans to become a pre-med student . . . would like to ottend Ohio State University. DENISE HELENE HILLER Dee ... an amiable person . . . usually teen with Sherry Riercy ond la Vorne Jockson . . . fovorite food: fried chicken . . . favorite expression! "Yiket" . . . enjoys the sound of Aretha franklin . . . fovorite outhor: Ion Fleming . . . likes tome of the students; dislikes others . . . admires honesty ond sincerity in others ... Is found talking on the phone in her spore time . . . would like to be o professional writer. RONALD ROBERT HASSAN Ronold . . . usually seen with Cobbar Komek . . . hot been Involved in the Photography Club and the Three Dimentionol Art Club . . . enjoys the art classes the most . . . dislikes the a stem blies ... pet peeves: phony people ond liars . . . favorite food is cheese . . . enjoys listening to rock ond folk music . . . "less is Mo re" . . . Andrew Wyeth is his fovorite artist . . . fovorite author is Urr Tolkien . . . enjoys wearing dungarees ... Mr. Spindler is his fovorite teocher . . . plans a career as on artist. YOLANDA HODGE "Yo Yo" . . . cheerful, talkative, happy, industrious, understanding ... hot many ideas . . . likes to express her opinions ... on octive member of the Orchestra, the Scope, the Modern Dance Club, the Twirling Squod ond the Senior Class Council . . . hobbies ore sewing. Interior decorating, and listening to music . . . loves soul, ond Broadway music ... pet peeve: people who ore never wrong . . . o dedicated foot bo II ond basketball fan . . . admires people who speak well ond carry themselves well . . . dose friends ore Fu y, Dennis Hall ond Barry Wright . . . "Express yourself" . . . "Super bod" . . . plans to ottend Rutger's University in Livingston. 23ELIZABETH REGINA HURDLE li . . . quiet, clever, witty, obtent-minded . . . usually teen with Cheryl Hicks . . . o member of the Senior Orchettro . . . hobbies ore handwriting o no lysis ond sewing . . . favorite teoch ers are Miss Abot ond Mr. Odell . . . bowling, swimming ond botketboll ore among her leisure activities . . . seeks the company of individuals who hove open minds . . . college-bound . . . career plons as yet ore undecided. Jacob Simmons os close friends . . . usually seen wearing mod fashions . . . enjoys listening to soul ond rock music ond to Tom Jones . . . Edgar Allen Poe rotes high . . . admires Robert Kennedy ond Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tho most . . . a member of the Glee Club ond the Y.M.-Y.W.CA. . . . chooses such tame forms of entertainment os judo ond karote . . . likes the people most ot Arts . . . future plans are not definite. LAVARNE JACKSON "Vernie" . . . ambitious, easy going, mellow onjoys the compony of Denise Hiller, Randolph Jomet, Bonnie ond the gong. June Scales, George Jones and lindo Robinson . . . odmires Mrs. Neuss ond Mr. Odell . . . favorite artists include John Coltrane. Groce Simmons, Grand Funk ond Quincy Jones . . . favorite book: 8 ock Foces White Masks . . . enjoys hamburgers ond Chinese food . . . "Oh. wowl" . . . active member of the Senior Orchestra ond the Ceramics Club ... pet peeve: phonies . . . usually found listening to records . . . plans to attend Nework State College to prepare for a career in elementary education. PATTIE JOHNSON "Sister" . . . easy to gel olong with, friendly . . . circle of friends includes Sheilo Pigford, Gail Jordon, C. I. Deeds, John Pope, ond Jacob Simmons . . . hobbies ore collecting stomps and volleyball . . . odmires o very special friend ond her parents most . . . Temptations, Langston Hughes. Mr. Howard, ond Mrs. Greene mode on impression . . . enjoys listening to rock 'o' roll ond spirituals . . . fond of chocolate coke ond ice cream . . . chorus, ond typing classes ore great . . . Howard Street . . . "You must be craiy" ... pet peeve: concoited people . . . dislikes receiving books on the first doy of tchool . . . o member of the Glee Club, the Black Culture Club, ond the Entertoinmenl Committee . . . found ot home in spare time doing homework or watching T.V. . . , plans to enter the field of data processing ond computer progromiming. RANDOLPH JAMES "Rond ' . . . witty, friendly ond outgoing . . , counts laVorne Jockson, Mike Crooms, Ron Flodger, Ina little and Jockie Keene ot close friends . . . enjoys the sound of Quincy Jones ond Jimi Hendrix . . . skating, listening to music ond chicken ore most enjoyable . . . "What's up?" . . . admires Flip Wilton ... pet peeve: conceited people ond washing dishes . . . active member of the Bond ond the Orchettro . . . alto o member of St. Martin's Drum ond Bugle Corps ond Sigma Phi Gamma Froternity . . , the atmosphere ot Arts pleases him . . . dislikes the gym . . . can usually be found partying or ot home ploying tapes . . . plons to attend Montclair State College . . . will prepore for o career in music—ploying the trumpet or the piano. SHELLEY MOZELLA JOHNSON Shelley . . . criticol, sensitive, ond witty . . . usually seen with close friends Pam Townsend, Detirke Cisco ond Deb . . . hobbies Include writing, reading ond sewing . . . favorite sport is basketball . . . best subject is, of course, English ... pet peeve: jive time people . . . odmires artist Ben Coldwell ond author Leroi Jones . . . fovorite book it the Bontu Philosophy ... on active member of the Block Culture Club, Soul and Truth, Student Council, ond Senior Clott Council . . . dislikes the gym ond cafeteria . . . Humanities Closs will olwoys be well-remembered . . . enthusiostic member of the Committee for Unified Newark . . . will ottend Seton Hall University . . . expects to enter the medical profession. 24ERIC A. JONES "Red" . . . dote friends indude Bob Melillo, Bernard Shackleford and Desiree Cisco . . . hot been active in the Dance Club and the Drama Club . . . "Hove any tissues?" . . . favorite! Include art, humanities Mr. Spindler, Mr. Howard, Goya and James Baldwin . . . going to theatres or shopping In New York occupy hit spore time . . . has a peculiar habit of pinching people , , . outside of school he Is a costume designer for N. J. Ballet Company ... pet peeve: fat people . . . hat liked the students of Arts High best; the cafeteria leost . . . "Jubilee" tops his list of books . . . enjoys classical music ond fruit . . . plans to ottend Yole University os on ort major in preparation for o career at a theatrical costume designer. GEORGE E. JONES "Eric" . . . o cool comedian . . . moody, frietsdly, outgoing ond rarely serious . . . friends include Herbert McCray, Jeffery Foushte, Sharon Tolley, ond Michoel Crooms . . . collects weird junk . . . Sigma Chi Gamma Fraternity . . . African Dance Club, Pep Committee, Entertainment Committee, Junior and Senior Class Councils . . . hat received Vortity letters for soccer ond trock . . . favorites include Grand Funk Railrood, Peter Mo , footboll, rootbeer and homburgert, cons-lovis sweatshirts, history and Howard Street by Nofhonel C. Hurd . . . looks for honesty ond friendship in others ... pet peeve: party poop-eft ond conceited or phony people . . . "Is that black enough for you?" . . . plant to attend Howord University to become a business administrator. ROSCELLE JONES "Cool" Jones . . . smooth, talkotive. energetic ... a comedian . . . hobbies ore listening to music, donct'ng, and fooling around . . . original ond extremely creative in fashion ond dance . . . enjoys the com pony of everyone ... is definitely "one out of mony", the one ond only super cool clown . . . o member of the Basketball Team . , . undecided about his plans for the future. VIRDELL JONES "Niesie" . . . close friends ore Sharon Suber, Miriam Morales ond Denise McPherson . . . admires sincerity ond humor in others . . . describes herself at quick tempered with a wild sente of humor . . favorites include Jerry Butler, Mrs. Neuss, Mr. Carden and Charles Dickens . . . od-mires her parents most . . . enjoys records, hamburgers, boseboll, botketboll, and English . . . "A Tole of Two Cities" ... pet peeve: prejudiced people . . . likes the students best at Arts ond the gym leost . . . undecided obout her future plans. GAIL JORDAN "Abby" ... an honest, dependable, witty person . . . close friends are Beverly Williams, Clorice Williams, Debbie Brown, ond Barbara Wilton . . . hobbies are skoting, reading and watching T.V. . . . favorite entertainment is the Jockson 5 . . . Rkhord Wright is her fovorite outhor ... pet peeve: conceited people . . . fovorite expression: "Oh, Wowl" ... a member of the Bond, the Volleyball Club, ond the library Guild ... a Junior Class representative . . . fovorite subject: U.S. History . . . dislikes gym ond cofeterio . . . likes the fomily relotion-ship here at Arts . . . fovorite teachers: Mr. Odell and Mrs. Greene ■ . . plans to attend Howord University. JACQUELYN KEENE Jackie . . . lovable, moody, emotionol . . . lists as her best friends Donna McGregor, Bernita Robinson, Margaret Pleasant and Rio Robinson . . . admires her mother most . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Howard . . . enjoys the chorus cfastet tremendously . . . appreciates some rock ond some classical music . . . The Fifth Dimension . . . attends the meetings of the Conqueror's Club . . . will enter Newark Stole College upon graduation. V 25lorrio ... a friendly, outgoing, honest ond tincoro person . . . dose friend include Denise McPherson and Debbie Nabors . . . particularly •njoyi painting and other forim of art work . . . one of the presidents of Conqueror' Club ond on octive member of The Got pel Team outside of school , . . carriet her favorite book, the Bible, oround with her oil the time ... especially noted for her contlant tmile ... her future plant include college. CABBAR KOMEK "Cobbor" . . . friendly, humorout, considerate, ond fronk . . . dote friend include Sergio Al-vorer and Ronald Hat ten , . . like other to be friendly, comidcrate ond honett . . . hobby it photogrophy . . . favorite ortitt, Michelangelo . . . Jock London, favorite author , . . Mi» Mey erton, Mr . Rich, and Mr. Odell ore great . . . admire hi mother mo t . . . enjoy movie , rock, Turkith and Chinete food, girl , Humonitiet, and conservative clothing . . . "Good griefl" . . . pet peeve: hypocrite . . . like the dote rela-tiomhip ot Art bett . . . member of the Photography Club ond o photographer on the Vignette Staff . . , participated in the Saturday School ot Cooper Union ... i o free lonce photographer . . . con be found ot home in ipore time rooding good book or developing picture . , . plan to further hi education . . . will prepore for a career in the field of architecture. DONA LEE "Pokie" . . . hone t, friendly, quiet . . . dote friend ore Vikki Wilkerton ond Regina Anthony . . . enjoy mu ic, chicken ond tenni . . . "Dig here!" . . . Timothy Byers i someone tpeciol . . . "The Scorlet letter" ... a member of N.C.C.J. Girl ' Orchettra ond Scot” Bloomfield Symphony ... Mr. Singer rote high ... pet peeve: phony people . . . like the educotionol standard best and the facilities leott Ot Arts . . . hot o habit of making things teem bigger than they ore . . . con usually be found ot homo wotching T.V. . . . plon to attend college ond later expects to become a happy homo maker. INA LITTLE "Chino" . . . friendly, stubborn, ond persuasive . , . usually teen with Octavio Nickerson, Renio Harris, Chortotte McAllister and Mae Gotier . . . her hobby it pointing . . . among her varied interest ore Miehelongelo, Richard Wright, Une e Tom' Children, ond history ... pet peeve: ignorant young people . . . enjoy Mr . Furst't history dosses . . . admire her two si ters Roslyn and Jeon . . . favorite type of enterloinment it music . . . loves fried shrimp . . . basketball . . . "Oh Well" . . . involved in Twirler , Student Council, ond lambda Koppo Rho Sorority . . . like the friendly otmotphere ot Art most ond the ottembly progrom leott . . . ho the peculiar hobit of day dreaming . . . like friendliness and sincerity in others . . . usually found ot home reading or pointing . , . plant to attend living-tlon College to become o teacher. LINDA ANN LOVALLO Undo . . . friendly, intelligent ond well-mannered . . . hang with Moria Denaro ond Elizobeth Wielgut . . . ha been octive in the Chorus, ond the Three Dimensional Art Club ... on the Fencing Teom . . . enjoy the music of Crosby, Still , Noth ond Young . . . "To Kill o Mockingbird" . . . hobble ore swimming, ice skating ond horteboek riding ... pet peeve: phonies . . . admires her parent . . . favorite include football, lotogno, pant , ond chorus ... Mr. Howard rote high . . . "You're gonna get it" ... a member of the Notionol Honor Society . . . plans to attend Newark State College. WILFORD LOWTHER "Will" . . . friendly, worm ond intelligent . . . usuolly teen with lorry Homm, Williom Pleasant, Attrid Ferszt, Derrick Buchonon, ond Michele Williams . . . ha been a member of the Science Club, the Soccer Teom, the Swimming Teom, the School Betterment Committee, ond the Notionol Honor Society . . . Mr. Singer top hi list of teachers , , . digs modern jazz, shop, Peter Max, ond music ... pet peeve: hypocrite . . . hot received two Varsity letter ... is octive in the Conqueror's Club ond the Boy Scout outside of tchool . . . dislikes the facilities at Art ... . future plon indude college in preparation for o corner at on engineer. 26MICHAEL MASESSA Mill . . . croiy ond fun loving . . . utuolly »♦ " wi»K Frank Riccio ond Robert Donielt . . . hobble or arranging tongt ond ploying th drum . . . a m oib r of the Boteboll Teom, th Vortity Club, lh Bond, ond the Orchertra . . . Debby W »t i» tomeon tpecial . . . P t peeve: JOY dr a«ning . . . dig rock mink, tpoghetti, fool-boll. ond bo boll . . . "Oh y ob'' . . ditlike. going out in th told for foil olarm . . . fo-voc it or Buddy Rith, H. O. W ll . ond Mr. P il . . . reloxet in i ont, old thirt ond tn ok r ... it utuolly found ot Kit girl' houte in hit tpor lin» . . . plont lo otl nd Montclair Slot College. PHILLIP JERRY MASUCCI Phil . . . tool, coin ond toll tt d . . . dot friend intlwd Tim By«rt, Joyce Rob r»t, and Sol 0 Si moo . . . hot been active in lb Student Countil . . . fovorit teacher it Mrt. lozor . . . odmir t Mr Spindler motl . . . "Right On" . . . collect record ond njoyt tool o ic . . . Iik t tb t och rt ot Art b »t ond th food leatt . . . hot a peculiar hobit of biting hit fing«r noilt . . . fovorit ortifti Peter Max . . . fovorit outhor: Edgar Allan Po . . . enjoy Englith, football, ond wild doth . . . odmiret hon t!y in other . . . p«nd» bit tpor rim reading, dancing or ploying footboll . . . col-l g bound . . . "toy ott nd Rutger Univertity. CHARLOnE A. McALllSTER "Mickey" . . . quiet, truthful ... on individu-olitt . . . dote friend include Corri Quoftl boom, Brenda Pow ll. Melyndo Contrera ond May Go ' . . . h r tpor tint it token up with tewing, talking on the phone, doing homework or detigning fothiont . . . "Oh, monl" . . . fovorit teocher: Mr . Tto . . . odmir h r mother mott . . . njoyt bo»k tboll, good food, ond tool move . . . hot o peculiar hobit of eoting doughnut ond H rth y bar for breok-fott . . . fovorit outhor: Malcolm X ... pet peeve: integration . . . hot been ottiv in th Red Crott Club, th Library Guild ond th Color Guard . . . lh future include enrollment in on ort tchool ond pr poration for o eoreer ot on ort teacher. RONALD ELLIOTT McCLOUD Ron . . . out-going and friendly . . . tom of hit fri ndt or Cynthia Holm , Melynda Contrera and Lorry Smith . , , ho b n o member of th Ba»k tball Team, the Junior and Senior Countil ond th Art Club . . . hobble include reoding, drawing and ploying bo k tboll . . . "Do ill" . . . enjoyt Englith, toluol clothing ond wotch-ing T.V. . . . odmirot Mortin Luth r King, Jr. . . . Mich long lo, Jomet Baldwin, Mr. long, ond Mitt David rot with him . . . ho b n ottiv in Conqueror' Club. Hi-B-A., O A C. ond th Govpel Team outiid of tchool . . . tp ndt hit tpor time playing botketball or ot Cynthia' houte ... pet peev : phony people . . • liked Mr. Spindler't ort clottet . . . future plont include college ond preparation for th mlnitfry. HERBERT PHILIP McCRAY "Phil" . . . utuclly found with Roger Roytter. Rotcell Jonet, Earl Bullet, and Georg Jone . . . hat been on active member of the Swimming Team . . . enjoy littening to rock mutlc . . . love fried chicken ond batketboll . . . Lynn Pettiford it om on tpeciol . . . like the girl ot Art b t . . . admire honetty in other . . . favorite ortitf: Rembrandt . . . favorite outhor: Jomet Baldwin . . . "Ain't nuttin' to it" . . . hot o peculiar hobit of eleoning h t noil . . . enjoyt biology, contervotive clothing, ond Mr , loxor't dot . . . plant to enter Rutger Univertity ot o commercial ort major. ROBIN DENISE McCROSS "Sokie" . . . friendly, honett, generoui, tenti-mental, ond outgoing . . . enjoyt the company of Thomat Me Intyre, Elaine Dollat, Sharon Tolley, ond Ann Thomat . . . omong her favorite ore bowling, Sergio Mendel, ond meeting new people . . . !• » Mm. lozor, Mr. Odell ond Mrt. Shopiro ot top . . . ditliket unreal people who can't contribute onything worthwhile . . . admire her mother mott . . . member of th Cheering Squod ond the Junior Red Crott . . . 1 o lob onittont, ond a cofeterio monitor ... received o Vortlty letter for cheering . . . "Right on I" . . . "Power to the people!" . . . like dote net in Art ... in tpor time the't utualty chopping in the villog ... will ottend college . . . plont a career in tociol work. 27JONATHAN ALEXANDER McDONAlD "J.M." . . . plea ton ond easy to get olong with . . . con be found "rapping" with June Scales . . . enjoys tennis, roller skating, longtton Hughes, dancing, ond Crosby, Stills, Nosh, ond Young . . . enjoys chorus, ond stenography classes . . . likes the otmosphere ot Arts . . . Mr. Howard Is the greatest . . . member of the Tennis Club . . admires people who ore well educated ond know right from wrong . . . con often be found in the librory . . . plans to ot-tend o business school ond hopes eventually to obtoin a position with the Prudential Insurance Corporation. PEARL DENISE McPHERSON Denise . . . o quiet sincere person . . . can be found with lorrie Key, Virdell Jones ond Gloria Dixon , . . hobbies are sewing, cooking, and reoding ... is particularly fond of Mr. Howard. Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Fursf . . . doesn't like "phony" people . . . enjoys movies, English, piizo, hamburgers, bowling and basketball . . . a member of Red Cross and the Conqueror's Club . . . thinks chorus doss is great . . . likes honest people . . . plons to enter a business school to secure secretarial training. YVONNE MARIE McRAE "Bonnie" . . . usually found with Jock Wilson, Marilyn Davis, ond lindo Fowler . . . easy to get along with . . . likes to hove fun . . . enjoys sewing, playing the violin and playing basketball . . . lists Pesile ond Mr. Odell as favorite teochers . . . odmires her mother and sister "Petey" the most . . . member of the Pep Squad, ond the Color Guard . . . "Ooh, you're out of the boxl" . . . likes the Jockson 5 . . . member of the Epsilon Sigma Chi Sorority ... plans to be a model or o medical secretory. DONNA McGREGOR Donna . . . relioble . . . hot o good sente of humor . . . usually teen with Jackie Keene, Mar-90ret Pleasant ond Bernita Robinson . . . the Red Cross Club, the Bond and the Girls' Glee Club are her extra curricular activities ot Arts . . . enjoys the music of The Jackson 5 ond the Temptations . . . favorites indude hamburgers, softball, English, casual ond semi formal clothes . . . Mrs. Neuss ond Mr. Odell top her list of teachers . . pet peeves: the cafeteria ond the girls' Gym . . . spends her spore hours ot home or downtown ... is a member of Conqueror's Club ond the Gospel Team outside of school . . . plans to ottend Newark State College. BEVERLY JEAN McNEIL "8J." . . . a person of varied moods . . . Olive Smart, Gail Jordon, ond Cheryl Buggs ore her closest friends . . . among her many favorites ore the Jockson 5, football, trock, ort, french fries, Chinese food, skating, reading, pointing ond bell bottoms . . . likes the art classes and lunch periods ot Arts . . . "Oh, droll" . . . members of the Volleyball Club, the librory Guild, the Art Club, and the Vignette Staff . . . favorite teacher: Mr. Spindler . . . looks for sincerity, honesty and a sense of humor in close associates . . . would like to ottend a junior college . . . wants to be a homemaker. LINDA LITTLE FAWN MEITZLER "little Fown" . . . quiet, but full of fun . . . enjoys the company of Astrid Ferszt, Judith Deas and Hilda Burnett . . . hobbies include horseback riding ond playing volleyboll . . . has been a member of the Red Cross, the School Betterment Committee, the Three Dimensional Art Club and the Scope Staff . . . Mr. Spindler ond Mr. Bene-vento ore her favorite teachers . . . "Oh my goodnestl" ... pet peeve: teochers that give a lot of homework . . . loves roost beef, mod clothes, ort and soccer . . . enjoys the writings of Langston Hughes . . . plons to prepare for a career as on ort teacher. 28MIRIAM MARIE MORALES "Muncher" . . pleosont . . . quiet - tomet.mes . . . very friendly . . . lie o» some of her friends. Shoron Suber, Rito Martin, and Orefio Robinson . . . enjoys skating and tewing and knitting . . . admires musicians most ... enjoys the music dosses of Arts but dislikes the tewing doss ... pet peeve is writing etsoys . . . enjoys oil types of musk . . . plons to be o missionary in the future. BERTHA LEE NEWTON "Doris'' . . . intelligent, honest, worm Hearted, ond sentimental . . . con usually be found in the company of Timothy Byers, Betty Ann Smith, Frank Bell, ond Carrie Quottleboum . . . enjoys tennis, skating, bats boll, and coin collecting . . . finds the work of the artist Mkhelangelo and the author Howthorne foscinoting ... pet peeve: cats and dishonest, conceited people . . . favorites indude reading, joxx, rock and roll, art, and spaghetti . . . "Nine Cooches Waiting" . . . a member of the AYE Sorority, the Tennis Club, ond the Volleyboll Club . . . likes ort most ond moth leosl . . . looks for honesty in others . . . spends spar time ot home or at the library reading . . . plons to enter the Fothion Design School in New York to prepare for o career In that field. SHIRLEY MILLS "Puffy" ... a friendly, croxy, fun to be with person . . . friends indud Cheryl Johnson, Susan Worrill ond Edith Johnson . . . hobbies or sleeping, jumping, laughing, ond reading . . . likes the Detfonics ... her favorite author it Totkien . . . favorite teacher is Mrs. Green ... pet peeve: people "on her back" ond boys who don't speak . . . admires Mrs. S. Johnson . . . fond of portying ond sleeping . . . iand of the Kings . . . likes rock ond horpsichord music . . . "You’ve got to be kidding" . . . favorite subjects: music ond history . . . dungarees suit her . . . involved in the African Dance Club ond the Color Guard . . . works ond ploys with children . . . likes Mrs. Venskus . . . admires honesty in others . . . utuolly found ot Mam’s talking to her second fomily . . . Frodo is special . . . plons to go to o teochers' college. ANTHONY FRANK MONTANELLI Tony . . . friends indud Tony Fredo, Bob Daniels. ond Frank Riccio . . . hobby is music . . . fovorit artist: Burt Bochoroch . . . author: H. G. Wells . . . likes Mr. Dioco ond Mr. Long most . . . admires Mr. Tobia . . . enjoys rock musk . . . Italian food is o favorite . . . o football fan . . . hos on aversion to wearing ties , . , involved in the Bond, the Orchestra ond the Junior Orchestra . . . outside of school he it an Amateur Softball Association umpire . . . Kkes the teachers best ond the food least ot Arts . . . usually found in the playground playing foot bo II or bos boll . . . plans to attend Mont-doit Stole College ot o musk mojor. DELLA MARIE MOSES Dello ... on expressive and exceptional person . . . lists Ronnie, Sandy, Harold, ond members of H.R. 218 among her friends . . . hobbies or dondng, listening to music, and tewing . . . author: Som Greenlee ... pet peeve: little bullies ond snobs . . . favorite entertainment It Broadway muticolt . . . book: The Spook Who Sat by the Door . . . likes the soul and jaxx sound In music . . . "Urn . . . maybe you better noil" . . . fovorit food it a hot fudge sundae . . . involved in the Orchestra, the Three Dimensional Art Club ond the Dance Club . . . outside of school she it In theatrical groups, ond a gospel ensemble . . . likes the tuna fish served in the cafeteria most, ond Monday thru Friday least . . . seeks friendliness ond honesty in Others . . . found anywhere — doing anything . . . plans to attend Juilliard School of Musk . . . hopes for a career as a choreographer. DEBRA JUNE NABORS Debbie . . . friendly, talkative, sincere . . . Sarah Willcox ond lorri Key ore her clot friends . . . hos been a member of the Girls' Volleyball Team, the Tennis Team, ond the Orchestra . . . Flip Wilton it her favorite entertainer . . . hobbies include skoting, cooking ond traveling ... pet peeve: waking up in the morning . . . digs pot roost, strawberry shortcake, history and folk music . . . enjoys the writings of Somerset Moughom . . . Conqueror's Club, the Gospel Team ond O.A.C. take up her spore time . . . Mrs. Neuss rotes high . . . "Of Human Bondoge" . . . plons to attend Covenant College. 29RENA CASANIA NICHOLS Reno . . . a kind, considerate, iwttl individual . . . seeks tKo company of Regina Soles, Coil Jordon, Clorence Williomt ond Kenny Moten . . . fovorites include «ewing, wotching T.V., tea food, and football . . . olto enjoyt modern block jazz ond moth . . , Sou on ce . . . Mrt. Ventkui rate! high . . . wot a member of the Bond . . . enjoys the people most ot Arts ond the detention least . . . lookt for friendlinett, consideration and honesty in others . . . spends her spare time ot home doing anything . . , plant to ot-tend Jersey City State College. OCTAVIA NICKERSON "Short Stuff" . . . you'll hove to osk JohAnn Pitts, Ino little, Morilyn Davis ond "the gong" whot type of person she it . . . hobbies include tewing, singing, ond bowling . . . favorite artist: Rembrandt . . . author, George Eliot . . . Mr. Gentile ond Mr. Benevento mode on impression . . . pet peeve: phonies . . . admires Rev. Jeff Bonks most . . . enjoys jazz, sea food, English, ond botketboll . . , "Sou on Ice" . . . "Do unto others ot you would hove them do unto you" . . . participated In the Bethe Community Pro-grom ond the Block Club . . . likes the people most ot Arts . . . lookt for kindness ond humility in others . . . con usually be found ot home in bed sleeping in her spare time . . . plans to ottend Union College . . . will enter the field of nursing. CHARLES ERNEST PACK "Chueky" . . . kind, thoughtful, considerate, dependable . . , lists Myra Franklin, Hildo Burnett, William Pleasant and Reglno Soles os dote friends . , . hot been on active member of the Dance Club, the Soccer Team, the Bond and the Orchestra . . . enjoys watching T.V. . . , Mrs. Shapiro, Mr. Pesile, Mrs. lozor ond Mr. Singer rote high ... pet peeve: the small gym . . . likes chemistry, lasagna, football and rock music . . . the faculty and friendly students at Arts hove left a lasting impression . . . plans to ottend Nework State College or Trenton Stole College in the future. CARLOS ORLANDO PEREZ "Orlondo" . . . humorous, optimistic, ond suave . . . dose friends ore Juon Torres, Desirie Cisco, Herb McCray, Dennis Wilckens, ond Ed Urban . . . likes Roy Barreto ond Joe Botoon . . . lists Mr. long, Mr. Dioco, ond Mr. Odell os favorite teachers . . . pet peeve: homework . . . admires his fother . . . enjoys musk, particularly lotin, soul, end jozz . . . hot his own lotin ond Soul orchestra . . . "Down these Meon Streets" . . . proud owner of Varsity letters in base boll, bos-ketboll, ond soccer . . . likes the doss of people at Arts best . . . food, rules, ond detention do not suit him ot oil . . . con be found in spore time playing the drums or enjoying the company of females . . . future plans include the University of Puerto Rico or the U.S. Novy. ALLESSANDRA A. PETRELLA "Sondy" . . . happy, wholesome, and easy to get olong with . . . usuolly found in the com-pony of Morio, Adrienne ond Zeneido . . . found in spore time ot home . . . visits vio telephone ... her hobby is collecting records . . . pet peeve: things not going right ... Mr. How ard if her favorite teacher . . . admires Tom Jones . . . enjoys rock V roll, veol cutlets, novels, and mod clothing ... "Wow" . . . likes to be oround people who are friendly . . . college bound . . . will major in librory science. LINDA PETTIFORD Undo . . . quiet . . . one of a kind . . . usuolly seen with Rhondo Bland, Orelio Robinson, ond Cheryl Pullin . . . favorite sports ore tennis ond swimming . . . found ot home on the phone . . . "How embarrassing I" . . . has been in the Chorus . . . member of the Service Committee ... a Student Council representative . . . likes to wear ponts . . . admires her mother . . . Mrs. Venskut is her favorite teacher ... digs the music of the Delfonics ond Sly . . . plons to attend Boston University or Howard University. 30DEBORAH JOHANNA PIDCOCK "Nudie Ooo" . . . dose friends include Ann Free-mon, Eddie, ond Nyyo lork ... on obtolutely intone per ton . . . enjoys tewing ond witch-croft . . . utwoHy Found on the fourth floor looking for Eddie . . . fovoritet include Chi note food, rock, recordt. chemistry, ond ort . . . odmiret Mn. Ventkut and Mr . Tto mott . . . "Do It" fopt her list of fovorite books . . . like! the ort school best; history clots leost ... hot a peculiar habit of acting like o nut . . . expects friendliness ond honesty in others . . . plant for a future in commercial ort. SHEILA PIGFORD Sheila . . . finds the compony of Glen Redding, Eric Wilkerton, James Rufflin, Regina Anthony, ond Patty Johnson most pleaturoble . . . among her favorites ore music, boteball, bowling ond clothing ... on octive member of Glee Club, the Vignette Staff, ond the Entertainment Committee . . . enjoys eoting tuna fish . . . active in the lota lambda Sorority, the Gospel Group, and in community work . . . likes the people best at Arts . . . never interested in hard work . . . looks for honesty in others . . . spends spare time talking . . . considers herself a down to earth, basically quiet person . . . college bound . . . hopes for o career as an entertainer. MARGARET DONNA PLEASANT Donna . . . friendly, jovial, helpful, ond tolented . . . close friends include Donna McGregor, Jackie Keene, ond Bernito Robinson . . , "Maybe" . . . Mr. Pesile ond Mr. Odell rote high . . . the food at Arts is something else . . . the musical "Purlle" with Melba Moore was "together" . . . Senior Orchestra . . . this year's concert mistress . . . Girls' Glee Club . . . Conqueror's Club ond Gospel Team . . . undecided obout her future, but her plant include college. WILLIAM A. PLEASANT "Bop" . . . kind, considerate, understanding, intelligent . . . dose friends ore lorry Hamm, Cedric Simmons ond Chucky Pock . . . "Check out your mindl" . . . Mrs. Ventkut ond Mr. Pesile ore tops . . . likes the faculty and curriculum best . . . the gym facilities are the worst . . . "Inherit the Wind" . . . fovorite musician it Otis Redding ... a member of the Orchestro, the Science Club ond the Chess Club . . . admires Abraham Lincoln . . . Conqueror's Club ond the Gospel Teom take up his spare time . . . digs swimming, baseball and soul food . . . future plant include college in preparation for a career in computer programming. JO ANN Pins "Punkin" . . . friends include Glenda Starks, Octavio Nickerson, Bonnie McRae, linda Fowler and her sorority sisters . . . makes good use of her spare time engaging in playing the piano, tinging, sewing, or typing . . . enjoys the Del-fon.es. The Moments, Dick Gregory ond Mr. Howard ... pet peeve: phonies . . . odmires James Garrison . . . tome assorted favorites ore: records, parties, movies, Howord Street, Bor b-Q spore ribs, basketball, football. Knickers and midi's . . . "Whet's hop-nin-koo!" . . . favorite subject is advanced clothing . . . octive in the Volleyball Teom, the Pep Squod and the Glee Club . . . outside of school, she is involved in the Upsilon Sigma Rho Sorority, ond the Y.M.C.A. . . . likes fifth period lunch best ond homework least . . . usually found at home — eating, sleeping or talking on the phone . . . plans to attend Taylor Business Institute to prepare for o career as a legal secretary. MARIA CARMINDA PORTUGAL Marie . . . temperomentol, stubborn, concerned . . , close friends include lorroine Colucd ond Faye Powell . . . "Doesn't he look just like SolT" . . . hobbies: boy watching, drinking, ond sewing ... Mr. Odell and Mrs. Neuss top her list of teachers . . . enjoys p«Mo, swimming, hard rock, and English . . . attends C.Y.O. dances outside of school ... can usuolly be found of home or at a friend's house listening to records . . . likes midi, maxi and mini clothes . . . odmires Mr. Howord . . . likes the music teochers best and detention lead . . . plons to attend college ... will major in history. 31BRENDA S. POWELL Brendo . . . desi'et something challenging in hfe . . . usually seen with Corrie Quattlebaum, Charlotte McAllister ond Oenite Grant . . . admires humor ond lru»t in other . . . Salvador Doli, Rod Sterling ond Mr . Ntutt rank high . . . fovoritet include radio ond television, Sly, i h, botketboll, and Englith ... "A Tole of Two Citiet" . . . pet peeve: tiotwt Mien . . , con uwolly be found at home doing homework or retting for the next doy . . . o member of the Red Cross . . . like the friendly student body . . . plont to attend Penn State . . . wont to teach English. FAYE RHONDA POWELL Foye . . . keen powers of observation, fun loving, ond blunt . . . usually found with Lorraine Co lucci ond Marie Portugal . . . spends spore time reoding. boy hunting, or meeting different types of people ... pet peeve: unreal people . . . admires her mother most . . . "Did you see thot moustache driving that volkswogen?" . . . like the atmosphere here most; the gym least . . . "Lust for life" . . . favorite teachers ore Mr. Pesile, Mrs. loiar ond Mr . Neuss . . . Van Gogh, Shakespeare, Dickens and Stone ore among her mojor interests . . . loves oil sports ond ony type of comfortable clothing . . . usually found at home or in New York, thinking, observ. ing, or talking to people . . . expects frankness ond honesty in other people . . . plant to go to Adorns State or Ohio State University to mojor in psychology. CHERYL YVONNE PULLIN "Sherri" . . . witty, friendly, keen, ond sarcastic . . . close friends include C. L Deeds. Pom Town-send, Rio Robinson, ond John Pope ... hot been active on the Volleyboll Teom, the Student Council, ond the Tennis Team . . . Junior Clast President . . . hobbies ore sewing, dancing, pointing ond music ... pet peeve: conceited people . . . enjoys the ort dosses most ... a lob assistant . . . admires Molcolm X ond Harriet Tubnton . . . "Oh, wowl" . . . dislikes unfriendly people . . . digs joxx, steak, math ond track ... Mr. Gentile ond Mr. Odell ore her favorite leochert . . . plant to attend Newark State College . . . will specialire in speech therapy. CARRIE BEATRICE QUATTLEBAUM Corrie . . . moderately quiet, friendly, interesting, sophisticated . . . friends include Brendo Powell, lo Romo Turr ond Margaret Forks . . . enjoys bowling . . . favorite leochert ore Mitt Abo ond Mr . Ventkut . . . admires her parents most . . . likes liver, football, moth, and ponts . . . member of the Bowling Club ond the Science Club ... a member of her church choir and T.PJ.I. . . . likes the teachers most ond the strict rules least ot Art ... con be found ot home in spore time eating, studying, or practicing music . . . plont to attend Pennsylvania College to become o pharmacist. LUIS FILIPE RAIMUNDO Louie . . . o lover of people . . . easy to get olong with . . . hobbies indude stomp collecting ond photography . . . Mr. Spindler mode on impression ... The Pear . . . movies, soccer, ond ort ore fovoritet . . . "Hot dogl" ... on octive member of The Varsity Club, the Soccer Teom ond the Swimming Teom . . . proud holder of two Varsity letters ond two "Meritorious Participation" awordt for Art . . . likes the Art program here most ond the gym least . . . looks for loyalty ond friendship in others . . . con be found onywhere doing oil types of things . . . plont to oftend the Nework School of Fine ond Industrial Art to prepore for o career in commercial art. GLEN REDDING "Chink" . . . friendly, honest and sincere . . . dose friends ore Poftie Johnson, Chorlet Pock, ond Delta Moses . . ploying the piano, tinging ond typing are hit favorite hobbies ... hat o peculiar habit of being late oil the time . . . likes mod clothes ond records . . . admires: Mr. Odell . . . o member of the Hillside Music Club . . . enjoys the tight at Arts but dislikes the cafeteria food . . . looks for personality in others . . . plans to attend Kings College to mojor in music . . . hopes to become a musk teacher. 32FRANK RtCCIO frank . . . honest, linear , and quiet . . . do friends or Robert Gaito, Anthony Freda, and Micho l Mairna . . . collecting recordt in hit hobby . . . Th Beall , Mr. Singer, Mr. Odell, Hittory ond football or fovoritas . . . "It' fluting better" ... on octiv member of th Bond ond th Orch ttro . . . hot received two Vonity l tt rt , . . usually found ot th Twelfth Street corner playing cordl . . . will attend Rwtgert University ... wonts to b o member of th legal profession. CAROLYN MARIA ROBINSON "Corohnobell" . . . quiet, friendly, easy to g t along with . . . utuolfy found with Robbyn Archie ond Judy Deal . . , hot been octiv in th Senior Orch t»ro . . . Conqueror's Club and Got pel Team occupy her time outside of tchool . . . "Oh, w©wl'' . . . often found doing homework or ploying th piano . . . p t peeve: hypocrites . . . likes to mw . . . Mr. Pesil is on of her fovorit teachers . , . plant to attend Mont doir Slot College ot a music major. ANTHONY ROBINSON Tony . . . quiet, friendly, witty ... pet peeve: th bay ' gym . . . enjoys batketboll, football ond fencing . . . music of the Temptations, th Del tonics ond th Jockton Five or soulful tunes to him . . . con be found ploying football in hit spore time ... his friends or Sharon Talley, Williom Thompson ond Roy Simpson . . . expects to continue hit art education in a professional school . . . looks forward to a coreer in commercial ort. ORELIA ROBINSON "Rio" . . . quiet ot timet but con be loquodout, kind, considerate ond tomewhot lovable . . . pet peeve: phony people . . . admires her mother most . . . list! os some of her friends Betty Smith, Pom Townmnd. Cheryl Pullin, Miriam Morales, Jackie Keen ond everyone in H.R 218 .. . enjoys watching batketboll gomes ond track meets ot well ot participating in bowling ond skating activities ... con be found ot home In spore time sleeping or tewing . . , enjoys both dotticol ond rock music . . . Money Wilson and the Jackson Five or fovorit entertainers . . . likes th worm concern of teochers and th students ot Arts High . . . plans to be o missionary ... will attend o business tchool after graduation. BERNITA ROBINSON "Neats" . . . witty, intelligent, Mriout minded . . . quiet ot limes, but con be aggressive if th occasion demondt . . . special friends include Margaret Pleosont, Donno McGregor ond Jackie Keene . . . "If you're not o port of th solution, you mutt be th problem" . . . Mist Abot, Miss Meyerson ond Mrs. Venskus ronk high . . . th foculty mode o lotting impression . . . Paul Knox it someone special .. . "A Tol of Two Cities" . . . fovorit singer it Roberta Flack . . . CKories Dickens . . . a member of th Band, th Orchestro, th Vignette Staff, th Science Club, th Volleyboll Team ond th Notional Honor Society . . . Conqueror's Club ond the Gospel Team . . . college-bound ... will major in mathematics. DOMINIC ROMANO Dominic . . . considerate, kind ond lovable . . . doe friends include Peter Silvio ond Priscilla Perres . . . girl svatching and sports take up hit spore time . . . enjoys hard rock, ploying th organ, ond mod clothes . . . "out of tight" . . . received a Morin physical fitness certificate . . . likes th people ot Arts bestj th gym leost . . . hat a habit of "rapping" with girls . . . favorites include Mr. long, John lennon, baseball. and H. G. Wells . . . plant to attend Newark College of Engineering to prepare for a coreer in electrical engineering.ROGER ROYSTER Roger . . . thy of times, enjoyoble, ond full of fun . . . vtuolly foui d with lorry Smith, Herb McCray ond Roscelle Jones . . . fond of chicken, Malcolm X, laroi Jonet, jazz, ond rock ond roll . , . loves the company of girls . . , likes Mrt. Tto ond botketboll . . . particularly admires James Brown . . . "Big Deal" . . . hot received a Vortity letter ... In hit tpore time you con find him everywhere . . . favorite subject: Black history . . . "Wow" . . . college bound . . . aims for o career in sociology. REGINA RUTH SALES "Gino" . . . sensitive, reticent ... a solid citizen "Oh-Ki Doke" . . . findt the company of Reno Nichols, Myra Franklin ond Charles Pock pleasurable . . . among her favorites ore Ruben, Kool and the Gang, ond Edgar Allen Poe . . . favorite teacher is Mrt. Rich . . . hobbies include collecting cigar bands ond records . . . admires Michael Boskett . . . enjoys listening to oil types of music, eating spaghetti, ond ploying volleyball . . . member of the Dance Club ond the Volleyball Club . . . plans to offend Montcloir State College . . . anticipates a teaching career. JUNE LEE SCALES "Porkie" . . . friendly, funny, ond congeniol . . . lorilyn Bridgeforth and Regina Anthony top her list of close friends . . . stomp collecting occv pies her tpore time . . . Rovi Shankar, Alfred Hitchcock, ond Mrt. Greene are fovorites . . . pet peeve: tewing . . . admires Mohatma Gandhi . . . "Express Yourself'' , . . favorite subject: English . . . Macbeth and the Bible mode on im pretsion . . . likes the atmosphere at Arts most . . . hot the peculiar habit of biting her nails . . . plant to attend Seattle Pacific College . . . plans to specialize in psychology. CAROL ANN SCOTT Carol . . . quiet and easy to get olong with . . . enjoys the company of Myra Franklin ond Rondo McClinton . . . hobbies ore tewing ond knitting ... pet peeve: squash . . . likes algebra, mocoroni ond cheese, the Temptations, ond music in general . . . Mr. Courtney is her favorite teocher . . . con be found at home in her tpore time making clothes or cooking . . . plans to attend Essex County College in preparation for o career as a home economics teocher. AKt PETER JOHN SILVIA Peter . . . serious, reticent, thy . , . enjoys Edgar Allen Poe, English and hamburgers . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . plays with a hard rock band . . . girl watching is his favorite pastime . . . likes lunch periods best; cold clots-roomt least . . . spends hit tpore time at home playing records or talking on the phone . . . "To Kill a Mockingbird" tops hit Ktt of books . . . enjoys jazz, blues and rock music . . . plant to work and struggle at a musician. CEDRIC EMIL SIMMONS Cedric . . . witty, friendly . . . likes to express himself . . . "Do your own thing" . . . pet peeve: homework . . . close friends ore lowrence Homm ond Jocob Simmons . . . automobiles are hit favorite hobby . . , thinks Sly Is heavy . . . H. G. Wells 1994 . . . favorite teacher it M . Odell . . . odmiret hit girl ond hit close friends . . . sports are hit favorite postime . . . listers to soul ond pop music . . . chemistry, gym ond bell bottom ports are just fine ... a member of the Vortity Club, the Soccer Team and the Baseball Team . . . leadership ond honesty ore traits he odmiret . . . plant to attend Nework College of Engineering. 34JACOB SIMMONS, III "Wild Mon" . . . contidert himtelf a very moody perton . . . clow friond ore Anthony Robinion and Codric Sim mom . . , pot peeve : homowork ond report cardt . . . football ond billiard aro groat , , . favorite ortitt it Mr. Spin-dlor . . . like Mark Twain . . . odmiro Mr. Odoll ... hit favorito book it the Bible . . . tool food, mu tic and mod clothe pleote him . . . a member of the Soccer Team . . . proud owner of the Vanity letter . . . belong to a youth group, a football team, and a Block Attocio-tion . . . ditliket the cofeterio ond the gym . . . fond of daydreaming . . . loyalty and friendline count . . . plant to attend Bo ton Univenity or to enlitt In the Novy. ROY SIMPSON Roy . . . kind ond contiderote ... pet peeve: funny people , . . enjoy rock, etpecially the Jackton Five . . . Ii»t a hit friend the entire Senior Clot . . . enjoy the friendlinett ond contideration of ttudentt ond teacher . . . un-hoppy over the ob ence of o football team here . . . other (port he like are boiketbal! and toccer . . . wont to continue hi education . . . hope to become on engineer. WANDA ANTOINETTE SLAUGHTER Wondo . . . talkative, fun-loving, underloading . . , uiwolfy found with France Tote and Elroy Darden . . . enjoy batketball, hard rock, tovl, hamburger ond french friet . . . admire her parent ond Elroy . . . :'Whot » Happening?" , . . look for honetty in Other . . . utoolly found of home looking at movie . . . ecretory of the Lambda Kappa Rho Sorority ... pet peeve: people who think they'ro cute . . . fo-vorife teacher are Mr. Odell and Mr. Howord . . . plan to ottend Virginio State College . . . wont to become a pediatrician. OLIVE BONITA SMART “Marty" . . , friendly, witty, and agreeable . . . Detirie Citco, Beverly McNeil, and Charlotte McAllitter are dote friend . . . odmiret her mother mott . . . enjoy tewing ond playing pool . . . Michelangelo ... Mr. Odell. Mr. Spindler, ond Min Meyerton mode an impret-won ... pet peeve: conceited people . . . thowt ond portiet are favorite form of entertainment . . . Howord Street . . . "Ain't that a blip?" liket Chine ond Sponith food . . . enjoy moth, bate ball, and football ... a member of the Volleyboll Team, the Tennit Team, Red Crott. the library Guild, and the Dance Club ... received a volleyball tervice pin . . . member of neighborhood Fold Houte ond Courtney A. Week Civic A todotion . . . ditliket itrict rule on detention . . . liket fun-loving, lively people . . . con be found at the movie . . . plant to attend Montclair State College with Math teaching at her career aim. ADRIENNE SMITH "Cookie" . . . dote friend ore Kim Feorrington, lorilyn Bridgeforth. Sharon Thomot ond Joan Langtton . . . Melba Moore. Mr. Howard and Mr Neutt are ipecial . . . odmiret her parent and godparent mott . . . enjoy live thowt, hard rack, grilled cheete, rnuiic, ond mod clothe . . . Macbeth . . . "Right on I" ... pet peeve: conceited ond unfriendly people . . . member of the Student Council . . . lecretory of the Black Studie Clat . . . active in her church choir, chairman of church entertainment committee . . . like choru . . . value Kim' friend-thip . . . plant to tludy mutic and octing. BETTY ANN SMITH Betty . . . outipoken. determined, ond teriout minded . . . can utuolly be found with Orelia Robinion, Rita Martin ond Ino little . . . tewing it her hobby . . . Itoac Hoyet, Shoketpeore, Mr. Petite, bowling and hittory ore fovorite . . . "Oh turel Definitely" . . . o member of the library Guild, the Junior Orchettro ond the Senior Orchettro . . . liket the concerned teach ert be t and detention leo t ot Art . . . look for honetty in other . . . plon to ottend Rutger Univertity . . . hope for a life long career at a mittionory. 35LAWRENCE SMITH lorry . . . o per too of few wordt . . . enjoyt comedy . . . con bo found with Cothy Compboll ond Roger Royiter . . . etpeciolly fond of Cothy . . . liket ice cream, foot boll, tout ond hord rock . . . favorite toochon Mr. Benevento . . . pot peeve: dithonetl pooplo . . . utuolly found onywhoro doing onything . . . "Whot't Hopponing?" . . . octivo member of tho Botket-boll Teom ond tho Vortity Club . . . lookt for honetty ond humor in other . . . plant to enter a branch of the Armed Force . SHARON SUBER Shoron . . . utuolly found with Vlrdell Jonet and Mirlom Morolet . . . hot the gift of gob . . . admire her pore oft . . . "Howord Street" . . . Jockton Five . . . Temptation . . . "Do I talk too much?" ... pet peeve: conceited people . . . enjoy reoding. tool mutic. bowling, ond chemittry . . . look for friendlineu In other . . , member of the Bowling Club, the Bond, the Science Club, the Scope Staff ond the Vignette Staff . . . Iota lombdo Sorority . . . o lob ot-littont ... in (pore time may be found reoding or talking . . . future plant include Howard Univertity ond o career in the world of chemittry. GLENDA STARKS Faye . . . friendly, cheerful, »tudiov», independent . . . dote friend ore Jo Ann Pitt . Octavio Nickerton. I no little, John Pope ond C. I. Deed . . . cooking, tewing ond tinging are o few of her divertified hobbiet . . . tpendt hour on the phone ... Do Vinci, Rop Brown, Mr. Odell, ond Chemittry are fovoritet . . . "Ain't No Woyl" . . . octive member of the Cheering Squad and the Delta Sigma Tou Sorority . . . proud recipient of two Vortity letten . . . liket the ttudentt mott. ond the food leoit ot Art . . . lookt for honetty in othen . . . plont to ottend Montclair Stote College to mojor in buti-nett adminittrotion. SHARON TALLEY "Cookie" . . . witty, outgoing, rarely teriout . . . utuolly chott with Elaine Dallot, Robin Me-Crott ond George Jonet . . . favorite include the Delfonics, football, toul food, tport dothei ond chemittry ... on avid reader . . . John Strickland it tomeone tpeciol . . . Explorer' Club, lob Attittont, Jr. Red Crott, Bowling Club, Senior Council and Vignette Stoff have occupied mott of her tpare time . . . church activi-fie ... the leaguer Inc. . . . "IV a battle" , . . liket honetty and broodmindednett in other . . . odmiret her mother . . . ditlike phoniet but "digt" Humonitiet Clot . . . tpeciol are Mr , lotor and Mr Ventkut . . . hobbiet: traveling ond "rapping" . . . lookt forward to a career at o neurologitt . . . utuolly found in the "Big Apple" meditating. PAUL STEWART "Bubt" . . . o complicated individual . . . dote friendt ore Denite Williom ond Mork Von Pelt . . . ditliket noite ond confution . . . liket the friendly ofmotphere ot Art , . . enjoyt litten-ing to rock and tound track mutic . . . lovet tea food ... a member of the Track Teom and the Swimming Teom . . . F. Scott Fitxgerold it hit fovorite author . . . "Great Gottby" . . . odmiret Mr. Spindler ... it octive in the Model Cifie Drama Program . . . would like to go into the field of acting or directing. FRANCES TATE "Sitey" . . . very underttonding . . . enjoyt the company of Wonda Slaughter . . . digt hom-burgert. rock ond roll mutic. general moth, ond tlockt outfit . . . "Honey, let me tell you" . . . odmiret Milton Rowlt ... pet peeve: conceited people ... Mr. Odell ond Mr. Howard top her list of teacher . . . liket the concert and otiembly program ot Art belt, the imal cafeteria leoit . . . "i r» »h ““t Smokey Robin ton . . . "The Scoriet letter" . . . expert to find truthfulnett in her friendt . . . Nothoniel Hawthorne it her fovorite oufhor . . . plant to train at on I.B.M. operator or attend o butinett tchool. 36£ = 3e.a4 • fr: I -roJf£r I?o i: :; Kz §.-r“o-C = |. ■ -Sr’ " ° -hminlm Il: "■f; f isa?.1 _ 8. n a. • 3- -—S C SlJrKt mu; im ! ■ m? r !-[?: fi J3iPUrr-8 f|Hfe Irlliffili jrys Iff! . o!?? •J U U! hf|H! Ifsrfiifi if?: 5 » 2 9 m « . 1? JO f JO ! £?0 § rtz? S.-5 - o S ? ? ? i-’gaj: r:. iilf o-o • o i {fllifll § • . o . - i r 5 • j|- mi- o • I-• ■z 5-C- Zff‘1 I fill: Itrf I?: r? T, 5 ' ife i= r- 7.ELIZABETH WIEIGUS "lit" . . . o friendly, honest, sincere person . . . dose friends ore Melyndo Contreros, Soroh Will-co . Undo lovatlo, ond Morie Denoro . . . "Wink your eyes, Pookey" . . . favorite ortist: Peter Mo . . . has been octive on the Tennis Team and the Vignette Staff ... a lab assistant . . . enjoys the music of Grond Funk Railroad, Sly ond CCR . . . spends spore time on the phone or at Melyndo't ploying the guitar . . . hobbies include bowling, tennis, ond listening to records . . . favorite teachers: Mrs. Venskus, Miss Meyerson and Mr. Gentile . . . enjoys the writings of Chorlet M. Schultz . . . likes the beautiful people at Arts best . . . can't stand cofeterio food . . . book: "Good Ol Snoopy" . . . plans a future os a certified public accountant. DENNIS WIICKENS "Denny" . . . friendly ond easy going . . . lists Bob Melillo, Corlos Perez ond Bob Daniels os close friends . . . hot been on active member of the base boll, soccer ond basketball teams . . . enjoys music by the Beatles, steak, lamb, ond conservative clothing ... pet peeve: the gym facilities . . . Ellen Nicolas is someone tpe dol . . . odmires Denny Mcloin . . . the students of Arts have left a lotting impression ... Mr. long ond Miss Meyer son ore his favorite teoch-ers . . . is a member of o Bowling league outside of school . . . enjoys the writings of Edgar Allen Poe . . . plans to attend Montclair State College . . . will major in physkol education. ERIC WILKERSON Eric . . . quiet, considerate, honest . . . dose friends include Richie Golden, Sheila Pigford, and Chuck Jessen . . . hot been octive in the Orchestro, the Moth Club ond the Chess Club . . . o lob assistant ... on the Fencing Team . . . in the Science and French dubs ... is usually found in B 8 in the morning doing homework and drinking tea . . . favorite teachers include Mitt Meyer son, Mrs. Venskus and Mr. Steisel . . . outside activities include Conqueror's Club, the Gospel Team ond a Saturday Math School in New York . . . pet peeve: the gym facilities . . , hot enjoyed the smallness of Arts . . . future plant include college. LINDA WILLIAMS "Whitey" . . . o "reel" person . . . Regina Anthony ond loVorne Jackson are close friends . . . hobbies indude tewing, cooking and tinging . . . pet peeve: conceited and phony people . . . "Howord Street" . . . hot been octive in the Girls' Glee Club ond on the Entertainment Committee . . . admires hoc parents and her sister .. . likes football, basketball, mod clothes, ond science . . . "Wowl" . . . Mr. Odell it her favorite teocher . . . digs Florion Jenkins, Eld-ridge Cleaver ond hard rock music . . . plant to ottend Rutgers University os a science mojcr , , , a career in medicine is her ultimote goo I. MARY WILLIAMS Mary . . . easy to get olong with . . . willing to listen to others . . . usually teen with Desirte Cisco ond Susan Worrill . . . hot been a member of the Cheering Squad, the Science Club, the Student Council, the Senior Class Council ond the lab Assistants Club . . . enjoys the "homey" atmosphere at Arts . . . spends her spare time dancing, cooking, and singing . . . Mr. Odell fops her list of teochert ... pet peeve: conceited people . . . enjoys history, rock ond roll, baseball, and football . . . admires her mother ond father . . . digs the Jockson Five and James Baldwin . . . plans to ottend Montclair State College with music at her mojor. JACK WILSON Jock . . . conservative, congenial, considerate . . . usually seen with C. I. Deeds, Ronald Fladger, Randolph James, and John Pope . . . enjoys bosketboll, billiards and good music . . . it o member of the Band . . . favorites include Sontano, H. G. Wells and Mr. Colvin . . . digs conservative mod clothing . . . spends hit spore time at home or ploying basketball . . . odmires Dr. Mortin Luther King ond Robert Kennedy . . . likes the people ot Arts . . . future plont include college . . . would like to become an architect. 38SUSAN WORIll "Juki" . . . find the company of Mory William , Shirley Mill , George Jonci, Jeffrey touthi ond lynettc Cook pleauirobl . . . her fovorit or Jam Baldwin, gym, and rock ond roll music . . . like Mr. Od fl o» o teacher . . . dil-like the »moll gym here ot Art . . . admire her (other mo»t of oil . . . member of the executive board of the Student Council ond the tervic committee . . . look for honetfy in people .. . plan to ottend Texo Southern Univer-wty where h will mojor in Kienc . HOWARD YANCEY "Yonce" . . . keen, devilith, fun-loving, witty . . . ho been active or the bo eboll ond fencing team , receiving o Vortity letter for eoch . . . enjoy T.V., radio, turkey ond "freoky" mu lie . . . "like-o-who-who'' ... pet peeve: detention . . . odmire the Oakland Raider Football Club . . . Mr . Stiller rate highly in hi book ... on ovid reader of Mod Magazine . . . hobble include fencing, women, ond archery . . . plon to ottend Bolton Univeriity or Syrocut Univ r ity in the future. 3940.1 u IV I u H s HOMEROOM B-9 MR. ROBERT OIACO Row one, left to right: Harvefto Hunter. Maxine Gilchrist, Andreo Bush. Sharon Mason. Robbyne Archio, Roseonn Rock. Gilbert Collazo. Lawrence Belfiore. Row two: Glorio Dixon. Sherry Piercy, Valerie Allingfon, Andreo Kilby, Volindo Wolden, Randy Smith, Vicky Wilkerson. Row three Alida Moscone Dorryl Spencer, Jerome Jackson, Henry Jordan, Debra Horrison Howord Broaddus, Mr. Dioco. HOMEROOM 113 MR. ALBERT CALVIN Row one, left to right: Marta Galarza, Jonis McManus, Jacquelyn Hall, Joyce Golden, Randy Myers, Michelle Suber. Gail Brown. Row two: lydio Burks, Cynthia Holmes, Chet Jelinski, Lowell Bishop, Clinton Dunbor, Deboroh Sloane, Shonda Young. Mr. Colvin. 42 HOMEROOM 210 MR. JAN CAROEN Row one, left to right: Audrey Alston, Denise Street, Lorraine Byoss, Beverly Sonks, Jonlce Clorfc. Cheryle Corprew, Mr. Corden. Row two: Paul Nickerson, Theresa Ford, Helen Will- cox, Nadine Harris, Gail Jones, Barbara Fisher. Row three: Bernard Brooks. Frank Nelson, Robert Green, Donald Mobley, Gory Brown.HOMEROOM 214 MRS. ANNETTE BLOCK Row two: Mkhofle Williams, Jeffrey Foushee, Theodore Row one, left to right: Rosie Corrosquillo, Beverly Slode, Ritchwood, Alvino Paterson, Melchone Campbell, Mrs. Block. Victor Monet, Carol Kurus, Foutteono Foxworth, Rifo Martin. HOMEROOM 304 MRS. MARY ABEND Row one, left to right: Cheryl Bush, lu Ann Telesco, Joon Langston, Denise Greene, Fronk CVAre, Denise Slaughter, Notolie Sxkwarko. Row two: Deborah Thompson, Derrell Fennell, Koye Brooks, Sharon Thomas, Margaret Phillips, Pamela Rogers, Johnnie Myers. Row three: John Addison, Robert Dixon, Derrick Washington. HOMEROOM 308 MRS. ELIZABETH STILLER Row one, left to right: Deboroh West, Mildred Wilson, Marilyn Davis, Susie Green, Juanita Torres. Brenda Bland, Ellen Nicolos. Row two: Francis Heoley, Eddie Eason, Laurel Jo- blonowski, Donna Harrington, Glenda Tucker, Vandarra Robbins, Jorge Pixo. Row three: Clinton Clark, Glen Taylor, Marty Byers. 43s (I p II a VI o n E s HOMEROOM 209 MR. JEROME MARCUS Row on , left to right: Lynda Henry, Jocquclyn Gothright, Morityn Shemoly, Cathy Campbell, Deborah Smith, Janet Mitchell, Lillian Bront. Row two: John Simmoni, Lance Webb, lynell Steventon, Chrytondro Williomt, Janet Martin, Brenda Pruitt, Margaret Blackwell, Carolyn Rickt. Row three: Donald Hunter, Anthony Hall, Cynthia Gardner, Michael Holme , Tyrone Pag . HOMEROOM 306 MRS. NORMA EDREIRA Row one, left to right: letlyn Byatt, Reginald Williomt, Valerie Turlington, Kevin Simmont, Deborah Harrit, Valorie White, Mrt. Edreira. Row two: Zendo Clark, Allen Williomt, Rot Miller, Gwendolyn Hunter, Robin Nathan, Daniel ford-ham, Richard Bottle. Row three: Michael Goodwin and John Bowen. HOMEROOM 320 MISS SUSAN FISCHLER Row one, left to right: Elixobeth Rodriguez. Aliton Roach. Corolyn Woodt, Groce D Roto. Rena Geltzeiler, Currit Roney. Sondro Wolton. Row two: Patricia Damming, Lucy Gregory, Benjamin loceweil, Eddie Armour, Clarence law-rey. William Knight, Miriam Hamilton. Row three: Ernett Gooden, Edward Gordon, Rufvt Stokei, Eddie Brit .HOMEROOM 213 MISS RUTH ABOS Row one. Ml to right: Sophio Brown, Eliiabeth Murphy, Jon Stoller, Sandra Go n t, Hilda Morolet. In z linten, Michelle Howord, Alvin Collier. Row two: Bruce Maxwell, Joyce Thomot, Alma Oennord, Mittie Crayton. Gwen Tetter- ton. Aurelio Jonet, Karen Weddington, Otell Sheeilaly, Daphne Jonet. Row three: Carolyn Oovit, Jackie Batt. Chrit Swmmerfield, Stvart Janet. Jeffrey Jon ., Eiowite McCoy, Mitt Abot. HOMEROOM 206 MRS. JEAN TSO Row one, left to right: Aitho Miah, Edina Miller, Etto Sample, Volora Howell, Jo Anne Britt, Denit Fogle, Mitt Steinbrueck. Row two: David Cedeno, Catherine Tyton, Tyrone Torner, Edward Ceret, Mori Johnton, Denit Bonkt, Michelle Gardner. Row three: Brenda Hayet, Joyce Blaine, Sharon Bey, Alfred funninghom, Leonard Randolph, Ford Weinberger, Sheila Porter, lemor Green. Seated: Dona Rice. HOMEROOM 207 MRS. DOROTHY NEUSS Mrt. Neutt. Row two: Aurelio Evoritto. Angelo Colon. Ken- Row one, left to right: Marilyn Harper, Colhy W.lhom., Be- nefh Devall, Rond Oliver, Doric Shockley, lindo McCree, Barbara Porter, Mary Whitton, Cheryl Ronge,HOMEROOM 204 MRS. SONIA FEIDMAN Row on , left to right: Anthony Smith, Arline Edwordt, Robin Dowton, Toni Kirby, Donno Davit, Addi Icgctte, Borry Frotier. Row two: K ith Both, Richard Reed. Martha Frailer, Jacqueline Cop rt, Dovglo. Davit. Potricio Barn,,. Row thro : Billy Horrit, Vonetto B tt», P,,t ' S °”' H nry Me Gioun, Brut Green. HOMEROOM 220 MR ALFRED GENTILE Row on , left to right: Jomet Smith, I Ferrell Vandiver, William Rich, lamont Toney, Earlene WUHami, Andrea Harrell, Wanda Sale , Mr. G ntil . Row two: Dole Smith, Timothy Bynum, Frank Janet, Cheryl Venable, Pom lo S llen, Cynthia Rote. Robin Abernathy, Lin wood HoncocV. Row thr «: Wil-liom Allen, Jamet AAeNoir, Arthur Williomt. 46 HOMEROOM 215 MR SAMUEL KURTZ Row one, Mt to right: Dean Purdie, Poulo Jenkint, Eulo Hurdle, Tony Granditon, Sandra Foreit, Willocy Chrittion, Deborah Campbell. AM. Kurt . Row two-. Eduardo Volcarc l, AWrrill Main, Gloria Robinton, Dovid AMchem, William Gray, Emerton Weill, Bonni Sandert, HorI tier Wiltiomi.HOMEROOM 307 MR. DAVID EAKIN Row one, left to right: Stephanie McDaniel, Vivian Price, Aprile Curvin, Diane Fleming, Volerie Hooper, Michelle Multi row, Mr. Eokin. Row two: Darlene Morriton, Diane Wil- liams, Volerie Hunter, Vanessa HiM, Vernell Nelson, Frances Dunlap, Beverly Faust. Row three: Douglos Austin, Rochelle Foushee. Bobby Edwards, Kelvin Dean, Leonard Chislum, Peter McClary. HOMEROOM 314 MISS RUTH MEYERSON Row one, left to right: Andrea Dunlop, Brenda Me Coll, Mallory Mann, Richard Willioms, Calvin Thurston, lirsdo Hamilton. Row two: Djuonno Bivins, Phyllis Holloman, Donno Lee, Benjamin Collier, Reinaldo Podillo, John Stewart, Robert Gioiella. Row three: Diane Holt, Wendell Bodison, Vito Fogaroiio, Benicillo Campbell, Craig Wise, Denise Quick, Renee Brown, Heather lee. HOMEROOM 315 MISS ALBERTA MILLS Row one, left to right: Tomoseno Smith, Gwendolyn Cormen, John Cherry, Debra Dimery, Ruby Sampson, Michael Johnson, Arthur Hooth, Miss Mills. Row two: Florence Howard, Pamela Holland. Jonite Rowe, Kevin Johnson, Kim Hawkins, Doreen Fletcher, Virion Hinch, Mordal Rodriquex. Row three: Janice Horper, Alvin little, William Gatling, Morse no Harris, Florine Chonce, Robert Woods, Carlton Williams. 4750Arts High's Student Council ho been "alive and working" this year. Accomplishments have been made with dances, assembly programs, and a pep rally. Funds for our first publication of "Truth and Soul" were supplied by the student council. The alumni day was made possible by the service committee. The student program to unify the students was highly successful. We also ployed an active role in the Newark Federation of High School Councils which was set up this year. We became involved in the community and, at this time, we are trying to set up a student tutoring program for elementary schools. The scholarship, entertainment, pep, school betterment, assembly and publicity committees have also performed very well. MAYOR LARRY HAMM Seated, left to right: Deborah Campbell, Nadine Harris, Pot Ml, Attrid ferut, Cheryl PulKn, Pamela Townsend. Standing: Tony Grondiion, Edward Bright, Bonnie Sander , Carlton Williams, Arthur Williams, Ernest Gooden.TRUTH mu SOUL The voice of the students was finally vocalized this year at Arts. A completely student-run paper. Truth and Soul, was instituted this year by the Student Council. There was no advisor and, consequently, the publication was purely the voice of the students. The feature editors were Michael Crooms and Vandarra Robbins. Monica Hand was the news editor; Eric Jones, the Art editor; and Shirley Mills, the editorial editor. Censorship was not strictly enforced; the students were allowed to express their feelings os long os they were not injurious to others. Surprisingly enough, the student body sincerely supported this publication which indicated that all we needed was some basic "Truth and Soul." Row one, to right! Shirley Mill . Hilda Burnett, Monico Hond. Row two; Lawrooco Hamm. Reggi Burl, Eric Jon t, Joe Michool Croomt. Sharon Svbor. Row throo; Boverly Thompson, Vondorro Robinton. Sholloy Johnion. John Miller. Row fovr: Willi Cot . Row one, | H to right; Ojvonno Bivint, JoAnn Britt. Sabrina Flodg r, Oeboroh Son-d r«. Denit Str t. Row two: Arlene Edwordi, Ron Bynum, Joyce Slain , Cheryl Johnton, Captain Nodin Harris. 53BLACK cultubc CLUB Tho Black Culture Club, this year, i» open to all students. The purpose, hopefully, is to produce members who possess an appreciation of the black experience and to promote an understanding of the culture of the African peoples wherever they may live. It olso examines our present conditions and attempts to find alternatives for them. It tries to establish a value system whose principles are unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, co-operative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. Seated, Uft to right; Derrick Washington, Willi Col , Mike Crooms, John Mill r. Standing, counter clock-wit ; Jonic Row , Ch ryl Rang , Coil Jordon, Sharon Sub r, Monico Hand, Shelley Johnson, O boroh Sloan , Beverly Thompson, Mich ll Suber. fiPAMSH CLUB The Spanish Club was organized to help students get acquainted with the Spanish history, culture and language. Its advisors are Mrs. Abond and Mrs. Edreira, who ore members of the Language Department. Though it is a small club, there are many activities in which students participate including dancing, listening to music, reading, learning about the people and the history of Spain. The meetings are usually held on Tuesdays and Fridays in Room 204. Row on , left to right; Frank D'Art, April Corvin, Rono Geitioiler, Curtis Ron y, Elizabeth Murphy, Mil-dr d Cedeno. Sophia Brown, Andrea Dunlop. Row two: linda Britt, Maleather Holt, Bruc Mo w ll, B njo-min Lacewell, David Cede no, Miriam Hamilton, Allan Williams, Tyrone Torn«r, Tony Grondiion. Row thr «: R n « Brown, Mini Grayson, Sharon B y, C lemon tine Beord, Al Cunningham, Douglas Austin, Judy Andrews, Frances Dunlop, D nis Fogl . Sandro Gom v Row four; John Michoel Bowers. Gregory Holland, Christopher Royc , Christopher Summ rfi ld, Jocquelm G. Boss, Ernes! Dovid Gooden, Dophn Jones, Clarenc lowrey, William Knight, Daniel Ford horn. 54PREACH CLUB The purpose of the French Club is to acquaint students with the culture, customs, and history of France so that the students may develop better understanding and appreciation of the language and the people. Programs include reports, games, and field trips. Mrs. Feldman plans ond supervises the activities of this group. Seated: Vondorro Robbim, Denit Greene. Standing: Jeffrey Fouth e. Eric Wilker on. MODLHM MATE ELUB The Modern Dance Club was organized this year to give students an opportunity to display their artistic talent in modern, jazz and interpretive dancing. Mr. Berkowitz is the advisor and Della Moses is the instructor. Della is responsible for the choreography and teaches the necessary tecniques and skills of Modern dancing. ERIC JONES SHIRLEY MILLS 55NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY One of the pleasant traditions at Arts High School is the M. Bernice Hamilton chapter of the National Honor Society. Every year students arc elected to the society on the basis of their scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The purpose of this chapter is two-fold: to recognize academically outstanding students and to serve Arts High School. The later is done through tutoring programs, extension of hospitality to guests of the school, and service at some school functions. The group of juniors and seniors that make up the National Honor Society ore the top students in their respective classes, having had to maintain a B plus average during their freshman and sophomore years to qualify. The Honor Society is a vital part of the Arts High scene and will continue to be so in the future. Mrs. Mary Venskus is the society's faculty advisor. GIRLS’ ROWLING CLUB The bowling club consists of girls interested in developing their skills in this individual sport. The club reserves lanes at a city bowling alley where the girls compete against each other for trophies. The group looks forward to an increase in membership next yeor. Miss Mills is the faculty supervisor of these enorgetic, enthusiastic girls. Sootod: Sharon Svbor, JoAnn Brin, Sabrina Flodgor, Kona Goltiwlor. Standing: Drborak Sloono, Jojrco Bioino, Mich oil Svbor. TWIHLEHS Mastering the art of baton twirling routines is difficult and requires highly developed skills based on constant learning and practice. The twirlers are co conscientious that nothing interferes with their practice or their progress. They are most cooperative and report twice a week at 7:30 A.M. for intensive training sessions under the direction of Miss Abos. The twirlers perform in parades, at the Pep Assembly, and at the Faculty Varsity basketball game.ART AI'l'HEEIATIUX CLUB The Art Appreciation CluD, under the able direction of Mr. Spindler, it a group of ambitious art students who are willing to take advantage of the opportunity to visit various museums throughout the metropolitan area. The trips are scheduled four times a year. tow on , t ot d, Mt lo right: Mo Oo i r, I no lifri , Chortott McAlli»» », Cheryl Pullin, Olive Smart, Orolia Robin ton, Linda M»ittl r, Yvonne Colemon. Row two, ttonding: Mr. Spindler, Desiree Cisco, Ronald Flodger, Michael Crooms, Brenda Powell, Shelley Johnson, Ron Me Cloud, Roger Royster, Juan Torres. FE EI G TEAM In their second year as a team our fencers, under the capable direction of Coach Robert lipput, brought victory to the school. Led by Captain Anthony Robinson, whose individual won-lost record wos 27-16, and Co-captain HOWARD YANCEY TIMOTHY BYERS JOHN DREHIR ANTHONY ROBINSON Howard Yancey, (18-12), Arts showed its skill and competency by finishing fourth in the city league. The improvement over last year's record wos so outstanding that the coaches from the other competing schools voted to give Arts the most improved team trophy. Individually, Anthony had the most success. In addition to being Captain, he also finished second in the city and seventh in the state. He was awarded a medal and a two-bar Varsity letter. Next in honors came Co-captain Howard Yancey. Howard showed his ability time and again by winning matches at crucial moments. Despite his record, his able foil always seemed to be there when it was needed. Howard also received a two-bar letter. The third starter and senior wos Co-captain Timothy Byers. His individual won-lost record was 16-8. Timmy was o very valuable fencer as he secured win after win for us. His brightest hour was the time when he single-handedly defeated South Side High for our third win of the season. The final team record was a misleading 6 wins and 6 losses. Rounding out the team were the five junior varsity members. The most outstanding of these were Devis Lawrence, a sophomore, and John Dreher, a freshman. These two substituted for varsity members and successfully demonstrated their ability. The other members were James Aleln, a junior; Vito Fygarozzo, a freshman; and Brian Asamow, a senior. Despite the fact that the whole starting team will be graduating in June, these J.V. members are certain to bring even more honors to the school than the 1970-71 team. Arts Opp. 4 .... 5 2 .... 5 7 .... 2 9 0 3 .... 6 4 5 5 . 4 3 6 9 0 3 .... 5 6 3 8 South Side 0GIRLS TENNIS CLUB The team is open to all girls. Miss Mey-erson, supervisor of this group, takes on the challenge of teaching the girls the different skills and techniques of the gome. Practice is held twice a week ot West Side Park. The girls ore rewarded for their playing by either receiving letters or pins. The girls not only enjoy playing against each other but also learn how to compete with others. Bock, left to riflht; Mitt R. Meyerson. Gail Jordon, Dono tee, Helen Willcox, Mini Groyton, Lorraine Byott, Olive Smart. Front: Bertha Newton, letlyn Byott, Aitrid Fersxt, Myro Fronklin, Cheryl Pullln, Rhonda Blond, Susie Green, Bernito Robinson. GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL TEAM The girls of the volleyball team hod a slow stort in the beginning but with great enthusiasm and strong determination finally got the ball off the ground. Under the professional guidance of Miss Mills, their faculty advisor, the girls developed skills and tactics that in the beginning had seemed far beyond their reach. Members persisted, practiced skill drills and eventually reached the goal that they so vigorously struggled for . . . Victory. Row one, left to right: Cheryl Pulliii, Brenda Bland, Olive Smart, Goil Jordon, Min Mills. Row two: Janice Chombers. Vondarro Robbins. VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club sponsored by Mr. Lang and Mr. Diaco stresses athletic and social activities during the school year. To be selected for membership a boy must earn a letter for participation and achievement in one sport. Through perseverance the members improve their skills and learn the meaning of true sportsmanship. The club also gives the boys an opportunity to moke new and lasting friendships. Late in the season the group sponsors a Faculty-Varsity Game and Dance and in the spring holds a Varsity Dinner. Row one, left to right: Mr. long, Robert Donielt, Victor Monet, Cedric Simmons. Al Cvnninghom, Lawrence Ho mm, lance Webb, Richard Bottle, Mr. Dioco. Row two: Dennis Wilckens, Tyrone Poge. C. I. Deeds, Steve Holpern, Mike Holmes. John Pope, M.ke Mosesso, Roy Simpson. Row three: Wilford lowther, 5g Ernest Gooden, Don Mobley, Robert Dixon, Corlos Perex, Roscelle Jones, Mark Tucker.mm,;; GLEE ELUB The Girls' Glee Club is open to oil girls ond provides on opportunity for the development of vocal music in three part harmony. Members meet, under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Shapiro, for one period after school, twice a week. Performing in both the winter and spring concerts, they have made memorable contributions to the programs. S t d left to right: Catherine Tytoo, Heather lee, Mr». Gertrud. SKap.ro. Oanna McGregor. foftkto ||.f Standing Gobble Smith. Sandro Walton. Morvetto Hunter. Kay Krook. Horth«loRob.nK-t ««•«• M Coy, Donna loo. Gwen Sponn, Margaret Keotonl, Sheila Glow. R fli" Aethony. She.lo Pigford. Jock.. Keene. left to right: Willie Cole. Lowell Biihop. Robert Dixon, Timothy Byen. PHOTOGRAPHY ELUB The science of photography is of primary concern to this group. Each student learns the mechanics of a camera and learns to process the pictures he takes. Students are taught to sharpen their sense of perspective, that is, to know what to take pictures of and to be able to notice a good shot. The members are encouraged to lose their shyness among groups of strangers while taking pictures but without being so aggressive that they become disliked by the group. Students are encouraged to fake pictures on their own and process the film themselves. The best pictures are on exhibition in the showcose once a year. This club under the supervision of Mr. Benevento may certainly be considered a valuable asset both to the school and to anyone interested in photography. 3-D ART ELUB The Three-Dimensional Art Club was organized by Mr. Jan Carden for the purpose of providing art ond music students with the opportunity to learn to work with materials with which they are not familiar in their regular classes. Sculpture, modeling, pottery, puppets and collages are just a few samples of the media of expression these creative students can choose to explore. $«ot«d, left to right: Elizabeth Murphy, Mittie Grayson. Dophne Jonei. Standing: Frank D'Arc, I no lift! , Aurello Evaritto, Linda Meitzler, Jana Stellar, Inez Linton, Mr. Corden. 59Row on , l ft to right: Victor M©n ». Robert Doni l», Arthur H olh, John Oreh r. Row two: Ed word C r », Rcinoldo Podillo, lorry Mfior , Robin Nothon, Poul Nlckerton. PHYSICAL FITIYESS CLUB The Physical Fitness Team under the direction of Mr. Lang is made up of boys who like to spend their time in the gym. They meet twice a week at 7:45 A.M. Their year is divided into two parts. During the first half they work on circuit training. Each boy stays on a particular exercise station constantly moving for 2' t minutes. In the second half of the year they concentrate on Marine Fitness training. This program consists of sit-ups, squat thrusts, push-ups, pull-ups, and a 300 yard run. We competed at Newark State College on April 13, 1971. Arts High placed 11th out of 47 teams. The fitness team should develop nicely in the future if moro boys participate. cmmus The mixed chorus at Arts is open to all students who meet for practice during school time every day. The whole group sings and performs in concert throughout the school year. This year a special Concert Choir has been formed, consisting of Juniors and Seniors who are especially good at blending and harmonizing with other voices. They have put on concerts of their own. Mr. Howard has worked very hard to produce the good quality that is characteristic of our chorus.LAB ASSISTANTS Lab assistants are a dedicated group of students who help with clossroom demonstrations. They do various kinds of work in the lab including the checking of equipment and the performing of general housekeeping chores. They also help with the lab experiments and give assistance to students who ore in need of their help. The group is composed of both chemistry and physics students. Mrs. Venskus is the advisor who supervises this dedicated group. Seoted, Ml to right-. Brian Asornow, Debbie Pidcock, Elitabelh Wielgui, Cheryl Pultin, Hilda Burnett, Aitrid Ferwt, Patricia Bell, Standing: WiHord lowther, Deborah Sloane, Sharon Suber, John Pope, Jellrey fouthee. Michael Mateeta. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is a relatively new addition to the list of extracurricular activities in our school. It was gronfod a charter with the Futuro Scientists of America organization in the spring of 1970. The purpose of the Explorers is to provide the prospective scientists an opportunity to add to their knowledge mostly by lectures, movies and filmstrips, and individual research where possible. Although hampered by a lack of sufficient lab equipment, there is little lack of enthusiasm. Some members are even participating in a program at the Newark College of Engineering. The club, advised by Mr. Venskus, should have a long life at Arts High. Seated, Ml to right; Sharon Subar, Befnito Robinion. Myro Franklin, Hilda Burnett, Wilford lowthar, Aitrid Fer«t. Standing: Eric Wilkerion. STAGE CBEW Under the supervision of Mr. Marcus the members of the Arts High Stage Crew are responsible for the setting up of everything needed at an assembly or special program. Each boy has a thorough knowledge of sound effects, stage lighting and sets, curtain operation, motion picture machines, record players, and other visual-aids employed in the presentation of ossembly programs, concerts, operas, etc. They devote many hours to the completion of assigned tasks. Though they ore rarely seen, they are always "behind the scenes" to insure that everything runs smoothly. Jeffrey IouiM , Jorge Pita, Ford Weinberger. 61u R i; H E s T H The Orchestra provides a place for each student to develop his own musical talent. Each individual is important to the whole group no matter how large or small his role is. The Orchestra has been a valuable addition to the spring and winter concerts and to assembly programs. Mr. Rocco Pesile leads this group of fine musicians in the production of the melodious, harmonious sounds that provide us with music for happy listening. The Junior Orchestra is for students who are still beginners on their instruments. It not only provides a place for them to practice and improve, but also to gain the experience of playing in a group. Throughout the year the students progress rapidly on their instruments, surprising themselves as well as others. A lot of credit is due to Mr. Tobia who patiently spends his spare time working with them. They usually perform in the Spring Concert. 62u A X u Under the copoble direction of Mr. Reuben Singer, the Bond hos been a voluoble addition to the Arts High World of music. Participation hos helped students progress in their musical training. They have performed in the winter and spring concerts, as well as providing music at the start and finish of assembly programs. The Marching Band participates in the city parades. one, left to right: Ren Bynum, Willi Cole, Mike Croom . Robert Dixon, Cheryl Johnton, Harvelto Hwnt r, Shirley Mill . Row two: Johnny Myen, Olive Smart, Valerie Allingfon, Arelene Edward , Belindo WtCr , Cerettin Melvin, Lorraine Nunnally, Joni McMonot, Chorle Path, Row three: Derrick Wo»h •ngfon, Joyce Bloine, Alida Mokone, Rocco Dileo, Erie Jonet. Karen Weddington, Rondy Smith. Jeffrey fouthie. AFRICAN DANCE CLLIB Now in its third year, the African Dance Club hos met with pleasing success in several sections of New Jersey, and hos even given a performance at New York's Metropolitan Museum. Under the leadership of Mrs. Tso, and presidents Cerestine Melvin and Bryan Onque, the group hos presented to many suburbanites a taste of Black Culture. Combining originality and ancient dance techniques, with the aid of masks, weapons, and colorful native costumes made by the members, the dancers express very beautifully what they feel is "African" in themselves. 6364C. L D «dj, Sieve Holpern, Kelvin Clork, John Pope ond Ronald Pledger. Under the direction of Mr. O'Neal the boys learn how to play the game well enough so that they may compete with other schools. Practice is held at West Side Park twice a week. During the practices, the boys ploy against each other to develop their game skills. Membership is open to all boys.The Arts High Baseball Team had a bod year. Their hitting and base running was good but, unfortunately, they could not get into a winning streak although they played with enthusiasm and determination. Of the 16 games, they won 3 and lost 13. Playing hard and well, they were always competition for the opposing team. With the graduation of the Senior members, the team will suffer, but hopefully there is a better season ahead. SENIOR SQUAD MEMBERS-Row ooo, loft to i«0l i Robert DooioU. Cedrk Simmooi, Robert MeJillo. Row two: Michael Mm.tio, Denni, Wilctom. Roy Si«pton. Shortstop Bob Mclillo Outfielder Simpson makes the catch. Centerfielder Mike Mascssa is at bad Rightfielder Cedric Simmons catches Wilckens is taking his warm-up a pop-up! pitches. Second baseman Daniels is ready for the throw! 68Row on , left to right: Roy Simpson, Mike Movesto, Dennis Wil k«n», Marty Byorj, Robert M lillo. Row two: Cedric Simmons, Mork Tucker, Henry Jordon, Robert Doniels, lorry Belfiore, John Miller, Pool Nickerton, Coach long. SCOREBOARD Arts Opp. 2 .. 18 13 Newark Tech 12 11 .. 14 0 .. 8 5 .. 12 1 Pingry 2 8 Bloomfield Tech 9 4 Barringer 18 Arts 10 Opp 8 3 .. 10 2 ... . 8 4 6 9 0 10 Bloomfield Tech .. 10 1 2 6 . Irvington Tech .. 7 "Masessa on at first basel' 69Kneeling, left to right: Jerome Jo k»on, Morty Byers, Michoel Holmes. Roy Simpson. Standing: Roicelle Jonei, Captain lorry Smith. Roger Royster. Ronald McClovd, C. I. Deeds, Ron Sinkler, Mork Tucker. ROSCEUE JONES LARRY SMITH C. I. DEEDSBASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Arts Opp. 43 67 80 . Bloomfield Tech . 76 85 30 53 103 70 . 68 55 Passaic 57 45 . Irvington Tech 72 69 67 65 .. 81 60 .. Irvington Tech 94 88 . 63 74 . Passaic 60 69 Newark Tech 82 83 36 2 . .... Holy Trinity (forfeit) 0 65 p'"gry 95 Arts High's basketball team under the capable supervision of Coach Diaco finished a successful season this year with eight wins and eight losses. Despite numerous injuries, the team managed to maintain a .500 record. Although the team will be losing 6 of its senior players we look forward to the remaining juniors and sophomores to make up for the loss. Graduating this year are Ros-celle Jones, shooter, and Larry Smith, center, who are two of Arts most valuable players. Other graduating players are Ron McCloud, C. L. Deeds, Roger Royster, and Roy Simpson who will be sorely missed. We look forward with anticipation to the Arts High basketball team of '72. "Must you bite your lip, Roscelle?"This year's track season has been one of the best the team has ever had. Their success has been due mainly to the efforts of our two coaches Mr. Jerry Marcus and Mr. Gene Grant, together with the skills of the individual team members. We have defeated several city teams and have high hopes of faking 1st in the Vo-tech conference and placing in the top of the city meet. Co-cap-tain Larry Hamm is assured of a 1st place in the City and Vo-tech conference. Co-captain Michael Crooms and Brian Asarnow are expected to place in both of these meets. All three of these men are three year lettermcn. The outstanding underclassmen on the team are Jeff Foush e, Robert Dixon, Victor Monet, Paul Dunbar, Derrick Washington, and Tyrone Page. This year, the Senior men of the team feel they have been the vanguard of a winning trend that will, we hope, last indefinitely. Larry Hamm doesn't ever worry about Brian Asarnow models the latest in fash-the two mile. ions for Track men. Derrick Washington (There's no one near?) in the high hurdles. Victor Monet handles the shot put with ease. Mr. Marcus knows how to score.Douglas looks like a proud African king- Craig Stanley, in the high jump, thinks he's a bird. Bob Dixon is determined to win yard dash. Frank Nelson takes a high hurdle (Catch Derrick, Frank). 73 Row one, left to right] John Myer . Alfred Cunningham, Rinaldo Rodillo, Clinton Dunbar, John Simmon . Craig Stanley, John Dreher, Douglai Auttin. Row two: Ri hord Willi . Pool freeman, Richard Rot tie, frank Nelton, Gregory Atkin . Victor Monet. Row threei Mr. Jerome Morcw , Derrick Wothington. Jeffrey fouthhe, lorry Ho mm, ftrion Atomow, leanord Chitlum. Robert Mean . Timothy Bynum, Rob ert Dixon, Tyrone Poge, William Me Coy, Arthur William .Kneeing, Uft to right: JeHr y J©«e». Morciol Rodriguoz, Juon Torro . Danny Sonto . Olonn Taylor, Mark Tucker, Wilford lowther, Carlot locob Sammoni, lorry Belf.or . Donnit Wiltkon., Jeffrey Fouihee .Mon- For . Robert Mefillo, Alfred Dovi., Jorge Pizo, Dorryl Spencer. «• Trevore , Cedric Simoom. Standing: Coach Alamo, Rodney Foley, Under the guidance of Coach Alamo, who taught last year's baseball players the fine techniques of the game, the team acquired a spirit of determination and a unified effort made the difference in the games, whether they were won or lost. The naming of three team members, Larry Belfiore, Jacob Simmons, ond Jeffrey Foush6e, to the third .all-city team and one, Cedric Simmons, to the second team, gave Coach Alamo something to be proud of and, during the Awards Assembly, it gave the players who will return next year a thought that will remain with them. In the city league. Arts finished fourth behind tough competition from East Side, Vailsburg, and Barringer who were blessed with exceptional players of the game. We should feel proud to be able to compete in a sport that isn't too popular in this country and with only a few boys from places where it is the number one activity of athletic competition. 74Arts 0 ...... 0 ...... 2 ...... 1 ....... 0 ....... 4 ..... 1 ...... 1 ...... 1 ..... 0 ..... 1 ______ 3 .... 4 .... 1 ...... 2 ...... Opps. ..... Bloomfield Tech ....... 3 ..... Edison Tech ........... 5 ..... Newark Tech ........... 0 .....Clifford Scott.......... 3 ..... South Side .—.......... 2 .....Weequahic............... 0 ..... Vailsburg .......... 2 ........ Bayonne 4 ..... Bayonne ............... 4 ..... East Side ............ 3 ..... Barringer ............. 2 ..... Central ............— 0 .... ..... West Side ........... 0 ..... Irvington ............. 1 ..... Bergen Tech ........ 2 ..... Don Bosco ........... - What Grace 11 — What For ml "Cheese and Crackers." Forgot the ball — again! Everybody is in the game. "Gimme some tool" Goalie worthy of recognition.SWIMMING The Arts High Swimming Team, coached by Mr. Landers, enjoyed a successful season, winning its first four meets with extraordinary efforts by Richard Battle, Daniel Ford-ham, and Donald Mobley. However, there were several meets in which the last event was decisive. In the City Meet, Arts earned six medals. Steve Halpcrn, Donald Mobley, Luis Ruimundo, and Eric Wilkerson received medals for the 200 meter freestyle relay, while Richard Battle received a medal in the 100 meter butterfly, and Donald Mobley received a medal in the 400 meter freestyle. front ro«, Wt to right: Rondy S«ith, Lott Roimvndo. Croig Stanley, Alvin Collier. Richard Bottle. Daniel fordhaai, Ernetl Gooden, Cooch George London Book row: Eri Wilkerton. Alfred Davit, Captain Donald Mobloy, Steve Holparn, Wilford L owl her, Williom Pteotant, Mo no go r Dorryl Spencer. It's one minute - .. swimming now. To go or not to go. Style and form are essential parts of the dive. Now, Leonard! Now! Geronimollleft to right: Erne ! Gooden, Doniel Fordhom, Richord Bottle, Donold Mobley, Wilford lowther, luit Roimundo, Steve Holpern, Darryl Spencer. Ernest Gooden in near perfect form. Arts 65 47 62 SCORES Sooth Side Barringer Opp. 11 37 20 61 19 28 East Sido 58 73 Weequahic 11 27 Barringer 59 55 West Side 21 38 Vailsburg 46 16 Vailsborg 70 Ooh, is that going to hurt!A nervous Arts High runner psyches himself up before the big Nework High School Cross-Country meet. Alfred Cunningham finishes up the long 2Vt mile race, still looking strong. A happy coach, Mr. Marcus beams as he congratulates Larry Hamm for being the individual 1st ploce winner of the city meet. The months of September through November compose the high school cross-country season. This fall was Arts High School's first attempt in cross-country running. The team had eight members, Lawrence Hamm,—captain; Michael Crooms, co-captain; Tyrone Poge, Alfred Cunningham, Robert Daniels, Ernest Gooden, Craig Stanley, and Mark Tyson. Because of the size of the teom this season, there was no J.V. squad. Everyone ran the 2Vi mile Varsity race. It was a rough but exciting season for this young, inexperienced team. Unfortunately, the team lost its dual and triangular meets; but it did fairly well in the city meet. In the City Cross-Country Championship meet, the Arts High team came in fifth defeating Central, South Side, and Vailsburg. Lawrence Hamm took first place, winning his first cross-country title and the city individual championship. Larry was undefeated in the City League. The top five runners, Larry, Mike, Tyrone, Alfred, and Bob, went on to run in the county and state sectional meets. Arts High placed 17th out of 23 schools that competed in the county meet, but because of the keen competition. Arts came in last in the Group I school state sectional race. Larry Hamm placed 5th in the county, and 4th in state sectional, which qualified him to run in the state finals; and 7th in the Group I State Final Championship meet, winning medals for each race. The boys would like to pay tribute to Coach Marcus who was always on the field, rain or shine, working with them. They thank him for making the first season a meaningful and enjoyable one. Co-captain Mike Crooms makes another opponent bite the dust. "And they're offl" This stampede begins the city Cross-Country meet, in which 8 teams (over 100 boys) participated. Captain Larry Hamm sprints to the finish line to become Arts High's first cross-country champion.Row on : Hildo Burnett. Row two, left to right: Vondorro Robbint, Morilyn Davit. Row three: Judy Andrew:, lirtdo Brett. Gwen Gorriton. Our basketball team has been cheered on to victory many times by our squad of peppy, bouncy, happy, enthusiastic cheerleaders. The girls colorful uniforms and spirit rousing cheers have been a big "plus" at our ball games. To earn a place on the squad is an honor and a privilege, for no other is more actively involved in school activities. Cheer- leading requires practice, patience, and is sometimes frustrating but, in the end it is wonderful. No sacrifice is too great because the honor of performing makes it all worth while. We learn skills and discipline under the direction of Coach Miss Abos. PAMELA RODGERS HILDA BURNETT 79801. Beit Looking 2. Best Dressed 3. Most Serious 4. Class Comedian 1. Best Looking: Juan Torres and Mary Williams 2. Best Dressed: Larry Smith and Wanda Slaughter 3. Most Serious: Eric Wilkerson and Elizabeth Wielgus 4. Class Comedian: Roger Royster and Francis Tate 5. Best Dancer: Roger Royster and Linda Williams 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Cedric Simmons and Susan Worrill 7. Most Athletic: Jacob Simmons and Glenda Starks1. Best Looking 2. Best Dressed 3. Most Serious 1. Best Looking: Ronald Fladger and Ina Little 2. Best Dressed: Randolph James and Melynda Contreras 3. Most Serious: Manuel Baruecco and Betty Smith 4. Class Comedian: Jack Wilson and Shelley Johnson 5. Best Dancer: Ronald Fladger and Gail Jordan 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Randolph James and Betty Smith 7. Most Athletic: Brian Asarnow and Ina Little 4. Class Comedian1. Best Looking 2. Beit Dressed 4. Class Comedian 1. Best looking: John Pope and Cheryl Pullin 2. Best Dressed: Della Moses 3. Most Serious: Donna Lee 4. Class Comedian: Anthony Robinson and Della Moses 5. Bost Dancer: John Pope and Pamela Townsend 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Robert Melillo and Linda lovallo 7. Most Athletic: Roy Simpson and Pamela Townsend 6. Most Likely to Succeed 7. Most Athletic3. Most Serious 1. Best Looking 2. Best Dressed 1. Best Looking: Robert Daniels and Mae Gosier 2. Best Dressed: Roscellc Jones and Renia Harris 3. Most Serious: Pete Silvia and Sharon Doughtie 4. Class Comedian: Roscolle Jones and Jo Ann Pitts 5. Best Dancer: Roscelle Jones and Lynette Cooke 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Timothy Byers and Myra Franklin 7. Most Athletic: Timothy Byers and Beverly Thompson 4. Class Comedian1. Best Looking 2. Best Dressed 3. Most Serious 1. Best Looking: Dominic Romano and Elaine Dallas 2. Best Dressed: Herbert McCray and Tawalha Agee 3. Most Serious: Ronald Hassan and Rena Nichols 4. Class Comedian: George Jones and Olive Smart 5. Best Dancer: Carlos Perez and Robin McCross 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Phillip Mascucci and Sharon Talley 7. Most Athletic: Carlos Perez and Astrid Ferszt 4. Class Comedian 5. Best Dancer 6. Most Likely to Succeed 7. Most Athletic1. Best Looking 2. Best Dressed 3. Most Serious 1. Best Looking: Reginald Burl and Beverly McNeil. 2. Best Dressed: C. L. Deeds and Yvonne McRae 3. Most Serious: Kelvin Clark and Carolyn Robinson 4. Class Comedian: Michael Crooms and Maria Denaro. 5. Bost Dancer: C. L. Deeds and Yvonne McRae 6. Most Likely to Succeed: trie Jones and Monica Hand. 7. Most Athletic: Michael Crooms and Judith Decs 4. Class Comedian1. Best Looking 2. Best Dressed 3. Most Serious 4. Class Comedian 1. Best Looking: Charles Pack and Desiree Cisco 2. Best Dressed: Lawrence Hamm and Desiree Cisco 3. Most Serious: Paul Stewart and Regina Sales 4. Class Comedian: Earl Bullet and Donna McGregor 5. Best Dancer: Earl Bullet and Yolanda Hodge 6. Most Likely to Succeed: Wilford Lowther and Bernita Robinson 7. Most Athletic: Lawrence Hamm and Carla DunlapKING RANDOLPH JAMES QUEEN MARY WILLIAMS 1071 KING AND UUEEN1971 SENIOR CLASS I'ULL BEST LOOKING Ronald Fladger — Desiree Cisco BEST DRESSED Herbert McCray — Wanda Slaughter 90 MOST SERIOUS Paul Stewart — Betty Smith CUSS COMEDIAN Michael Crooms — Shelley JohnsonBEST DANCER Ronald Fladgcr — Pamela Towntend MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Robert Melillo — Bernita Robinton MOST ATHLETIC Lawrence Hamm — Carla Dunlap 91PAT MU SHARON TAllEY GEORGE JONES VIROELl JONES REGINALD BURL 94 BRENDA POWEU ROBERT DANIELS 0 SARAH WIllCOX CARRIE QUATTLEBAUMMONICA HAND GAIL JORDAN BEVERLY THOMRSON ROY SIMPSON YVONNE MtRAE CHARLOTTE McALLISTER MARIA DENARO LYNNETTE COOKE WILFORD LOWTHER MARIA PORTUGAL donna m gregor melynda contreras 95- TAWATHA AGEE LINDA IOVAUO GLENN REDDING MICHAEL MASESSA BETTY ANN SMITH ELIZABETH WIElGUS RANDY JAMES LINDA PETTIFORD MYRA FRANKLIN RHONDA BLAND REGINA SALES LORRIE KEY denise McPherson SUSAN WORRILLDESIREE CISCO SHELLEY JOHNSON OLIVE SMART BEVERLY M NEIl JACK WILSON CHERYL PUllIN DENISE GRANT YOLANDA HODGE INA LITTLE RENIA HARRISlaft to right! 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NJ 07108-242 3417 Aiomow, Brian D. • 116 Hontbury Avenue, Newort, NJ. 07112—923-2282 8orrveco, Manual • 6 North Ninth Straat, Newark. NJ 07109-482-8319 Boll, Potritio 48 Pomona Avonuo, Ntwork, NJ. 07112—923-3426 81®." , eioino • 296 fiftoonth Avonuo. Nework, NJ. 07103-2420630 Blond, M»ando I. • 89 Sprue® Sfreef. Newark. NJ. 07108-TA 4 2880 Brid go forth, I orilyn O 116 South Fourtoonth Stroot, Nowork. N J 07107-484-2932 frown. Dabby A • 413 Sou Tooth Stroot. Newark. NJ. 07103-242-6426 Bvllott. tori • 214 Oronp® Sfreef Nework. NJ. 07103 643-0493 Burl. Roginold • 33 Summit Avonuo. Nowork. NJ. 07112 - 923-3303 Svrn , NiWo • 611 High Stroot, Apt. 4U. Newark, NJ. 07103 642-3510 lyort, Timothy M. • 333 Pathina Avonuo, Newark, NJ. 07108—248 6281 affray, Doani, 0 339 North Sfr », Newark. NJ. 07107-4836791 i’ko. Datiraa J. • 337 South Sovontoonth Stroot. Nowork. NJ. 07103-NONE ark, Kolvin 0 II8 Diekorton Stroot. Newark. NJ 07107 -482-5569 Jamon, Yronno f. • 27 Vouor Avenue, Nowork. 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NJ. 07112-926-5994 Hodge, Yolondo. 66 Willoughby Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07112-9263332 Hurd o, fliroboth M. • 16 Emerson Rloeo, Nowork, NJ. 242-3196-07114 Jockion, lavorno • 832 South Sintoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07108-374-5577 Jomot, Monddph C. • 279 Fethino Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07108-243 4677 Johnton, Edith At • 45 Sovontoonth Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07103-243-7038 Johnton, Fottie M. • 71 South Orongo Avonuo. Nowork, NJ. 07103-442-5215 Johnton, Shelly M . e 200 Howord Stroot. Nowork, NJ. 07103-4214788 Jonot. frk A. • 376 South Tonfh Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07103 -623-8156 Avtoi, Goorpo 8. • 789 South Thirtoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07108 - 824 5579 Jonot, Motcollo • 811 South Thirtoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07108-2424315 Jonot, Vlrdoll • 591 South Ninoteonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07103 371-7040 Jordon, Goil V. • 59 Wilbur Avonuo, Nowork. NJ. 07112-924-2244 •Coon , Jo quolyn Y. • 99 Hontbury Avonuo, Nowork. NJ. 07112- 923-0905 Toy, torn • 340 Ooyton Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07114 242-1062 omok, Cobbor • 96 CvHor Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07104 - 483-3448 , Don no • 259 Poshino Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07108-2411366 tie, t»o • 20 loo Ftoce, Nowork, N J. 07108-399 3246 ratio, Undo A. • 171 Atovrrt Frot pod Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07104- 4834748 rthor, Wi fard T. • 74 South To nth Stroot. Newark, NJ 07107- 483-1747 ♦mo, Mkhael • 37 North Pino lotto, Nowork. NJ. 07107-485-7159 t t», Phillip • 54 North Seventh Streot, Nowork, N J. 07109-484 4196 •for, Choriotte A. • 1993 AtoCortor Highway, Newark, NJ. 07104-4811367 ud, Monoid £. • 191 South Twenty-hrtt Street. lework, NJ. 07103-371-9764 y, Herbert P. • 214 Orange Streot, Nework, N J. 07103-675-1023 i, Mobin 0. • 809 South Sovontoonth Street, work, NJ 07108- 374 2539 Id, Janothon A. • 132 South Sovonfh Stroot, park, NJ. 07107-643-3798 r, Oonno • 673 South Eleventh Street, Nework. N.J. 07103-748-0125 everfy J. • 858 South Twenteth Street, irk, NJ. 07111-371-2389 , P. Denite • 833 South Nineteenth Street, rk, NJ. 07108- 374 3555 MtRo . Yvonn M. • 101 Ludlow Str® t, Newark. N J. 071U W4A969 Mmttkr, Undo I. f. • 187 BorkoWy Av®nu®. Nowork, NJ. 07107 NONt I MoMlo. Roborl j. • 320 Ridgo Stroot, Nowork. NJ. 07104 481 4267 I AWIl. Shirloy • 1610 Summit Avonuo, Hilludo. N J, 9264534 I Mon to no Hi, Anthony f. • 366-8 North Twelfth Stroot. I Nowork, NJ. 07103-483 5809 I Morale . Miriam M. • 64 North Ninth Stroot. Newark. N J. 07107-484-2792 I Mote . Delia M. • 94 Shanloy Avonuo. Nowork. NJ. 07108-824 1129 I Nobor . Dobra J. • 382 Dayton Stroot, Newark. N J. 07114-243 81 SO Newton, Sortho I. • 469 Hixoboth Avonuo. Nowork. N J. 07112-248-4729 I Nichott, Reno C • 244 Chodwick Avonuo, Apt. 2C. I Nowork. NJ. 07108-242-1426 I Niekorton. Octavio • 21S UtHoton Avonuo. Nowork. N J. 07103-624-1342 1 Pock. Chariot E. 419 Wodiington Stroot, Apt. IB, I Nowork. N J 07102 6244792 I Poroz. Carlo • 132 Jomot Stroot. Nowork. N J. 07103-624 9181 ft Potrollo, Alettondro • 438 North Eleventh Stroot, I Nowork, NJ. 07109-4834485 I Pottiford, Undo • 39 Dolavon Avonuo. Nowork. N J. 07104-484-3186 I Pldcock. Deborah J o 220 North Nmih Stroot. Nowork, NJ. 07109-484 2 383 I Pi®ford. Shot to • 198 Hillttoo Avonuo. N.work. NJ. 07108 242 6441 I Pittt, Jo Ann • 27 Rotnoino Place, Nowork, N.J. 07104—485 0528 I Plootonl, AAorgorot D. • 178 Wott Runyon Stroot, I Nowork, NJ. 07108-2486219 I Plootonl, Williom A. • 178 Wort Runyon Stroot, I Nowork. NJ. 07108-2484219 I Popo, John D. • 32 South Thirtoonth Stroot, 1 Nowork, N J. 07107-484-5231 Portugal, Mario C. • 79 Von Suron Stroot. Nowork, N J. 07105-344-9183 I Powoll, Brondo S. • 50 Dolavon Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07104—PRIVATE Powofl, Foyo R. • 9 Horotto Court, Nowork. N J. 071 OS-624-2572 Pullin, Choryl Y 00 Oroton Stroot. Nowork. 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Ann • 499 South Eighteenth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07103-372AS93 Sihrio, Potor J. • 84 Tremont Avonuo, Nowork, N.J. 07109-374-5218 Simmons, Cedric E. • 175 North Third Stroot, Nowork. NJ. 07107-464 7253 Simons. Jocob • 877 South Fiftoonth Stroot, Nowork, N.J. 07106-375-2365 Simpson. Roy • 457 South fourtoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07103-246-1366 Slaughter, Wo ndo A. • 625 South Twolfth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07106-371-2118 Smort, Olivo 6. • 322 Huntordon Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07103 242-6370 Smith. Adrionno • 332 Pork Avonuo. Nowork, NJ. 07110-464 3219 Smith, Botty Ann • 143 Soth 6oyd n Torroto, Nowork, NJ. 07114-248-1566 Smith, lowroneo • 127 W »t Eifplow Stroot, Nowork. NJ. 07106-246 6677 Starks, Giondo F • 58 Eost Kinnoy Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07102-621-9405 Stowort, Paul • 91 Grond Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07106-375-6366 Subor, Shoron I. • 119 Seymour Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07106-246-0921 Tolloy, Shoron 0. • 788 South Fourtoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07106-242-7316 Toto, Francos • 85 WovoHy Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07106- 246-3772 Thompson, Bovorly • 362 Sorgon Stroot. Nowork, NJ. 07103 2434323 Thompson, Williom I. • 65 Sovontoonth Avonuo. Nowork, NJ. 07103 -242-6182 Torros, Juan • 386 Ooyton Street, Nowork, NJ. 07114-824-2190 Townsond, Pomolo • 371 South Ninotoonth Stroot. Nowork, NJ. 07103-371 4648 Urbon, Ed word $. • 724 South Ninotoonth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07108 -375-6361 Volordi, Craig G. • 397 Third Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07107 - 463 0796 Wiolgus, Eliroboth t 804 South Sovontoonth Stroot. Nowork. NJ. 07106-399-1182 Wikkons, Donnit • 222 $i th Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07107-482 8753 Wilkonon, Erk • 27 Sfochor Street, Nowork, NJ. 07112-923-1569 Willco . Soroh E. • 17 lyoni Avonuo, Nowork, NJ. 07112-926 3575 Willioms, Undo • 342 Woit Kinnoy Stroot, Apt. ID, Nowork, NJ. 07103-242-3166 WilKomt, Mory • 493 South Twolfth Stroot, Nowork, N J. 07103-240 4758 Wilson, Jock I. • 23 North $i«th Stroot, Nowork. NJ. 07107-484-9832 Worrill, Suson • 30 North Twolfth Stroot, Nowork, NJ. 07107-483-6450 Von oy, Howard C. • 27 Ganido Stroot, Nowork, N J. 07104-485-1012GERAIDINE STREET School Aid MARIE IOZITO School AM Mrs. DeVito helps Olivia Cummings, Carolann Scott and Francis Healey with class assignments.BOOSTERS Mr. and Mr . Thoma Agee Odi B. Alford Mi Alrton Dr. and Mr . Anderson Rev. Raymond Andrews Mr. Angelo Anicito Mi Ann R. Armstrong Howard Arnette, Jr. Elliot Asarnow Mr. and Mrs. Louis Asarnow Dr. and Mrs. Harold Ashby Atlantic Social Club Gilberto Aviles Mrs. Alma L. Baeza Mr. E. Bailey Clarence Banks Barney's Pizzeria Mr. and Mrs. Rocco F. Barone Mrs. Judith S. Barrett Mr. Simon Baskerville The Berberians Mr. and Mrs. S. 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