Asbury Park High School - Driftwood Yearbook (Asbury Park, NJ)
- Class of 1959
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Through these hallowed halls we pass,
Perhaps for the last time en masse.
With knowledge new heights can be gain
And a better world for all attained.
For all the guidance and fine education,
We offer thanks to the administration.
DR HARRY S. HILL
Superintendent of Schools
WALLACE F. GLEASON
JOSEPH F. ZACH
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Principal's Office Staff: Jane Richards, Patricia
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Business Office taflX:lDoris 'tg ,Marjorie Broth-
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Jane H Gardner
Stephen B Gust Anna M Hahn Robert O Hart George R Hartman
arxe W Hayes Gerald W Hxgmbotham
Isabelle S Jones Ruth S Jones
Anna L Lxeberman Norman Lmck
AVIS T M3rCy Arthur I T Maroney
Wxlham G Matthews
Alfred H Hyatt
Dolores A Lynch
Katherme M Massey
Helen M Mc Donnell
Henry C Johnson
W1ll1arn G Kern
Peter J Maher
Mary L Matthews
Robert W Mc Gurrm
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Galen E Ray
Ruth D. Meserve
Charles B Moreland
Dorothy S Pearce
Jean E Rehm
Ruth H. Miner Lawrence V. Mione
June B Mount Laurence R Osgoodby
Emanuella P Peluso Joseph V Peluso
Sergxo Rey Howard R Rlchmond
Dons R Rmehart F Lachman Rmehart Evelyn H Ross
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Edward B Shaw
George A Snow Leonard S Stout
Beatnce Van Campen RachelS Vecch1one
Harold D Shannon
Helen D Shaw Donald I Smlth Rlchard C Smlth
Esther L Thompson
George L Thompson
Joseph G Walsh Ethelbert H Wanner Edward C Warakomsln
Through these hallowed halls we pass,
Perhaps for the last time en masse.
In future years we'll try our best
To successfully meet life-'s every test.
We'll always remember our high school days
As we travel on our different ways.
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SENIUR CLASS UFFICERS
Neal Abello Vxce Presxdent Carson Mader Presldent Barry Kwihck Treasurer Elame
t ANN ABBAMONTE NEAL ABELLO
one knows what she can
until she tries."
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Age B Club 3g Stamp and
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A ion: To be a nurse.
BENJAMIN WM, ADCOCK
A great skipper he shall be
Football 1 Intramurals Basket
Ambition To join the lxavy
The honors of genius are
Latin Club 2 Honor Societx
Ambition To be a good citizen
Her conversation was brief
and her desire was to be silent
Bue As 1234 Hockevl
Teen Age Book Club l lrack
Club 1 Stamp and Coin Club 4
'Knowledge is proud of having
earned so much, Wisdom is
humble that it knows no more.
Football 13 Basketball
lg Honor Society 2,3,4g Track
Club 3,43 Homeroom Vice Pres-
ident 2g Cafeteria Monitor
Gym monitor 35 Intramural
Bowling 3,45 intramural Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4g English BOO
Committee 45 Track 4.
BARBARA ANN AL ESSI
What sweet thought are thine
Blue A s 12 3 4 Homeroom
Vice President 1 Miss Vogel s
Office Staff 2 Banking Staff
3 4 Bowling 1 4
Ambition Io be a good wife
None but himself can be his
Driftwood Business Manager 4
Band 12 3 4 Cross Country
1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 As
tronomv Club Treasurer 3 4
Latin Club 2 T rack Club 2 3 4
lrack 3 4 Orchestra 1 2
Weight lifting 4
Ambition To be an atomic phx s
BRUCE D ALITT
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Book C 1 2 3 Honor
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b l 2 3 Foot ight
Safe Driving Club 3
Track Clu 34 tramurals
Bowling I tr ural Baseball
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Ambition To be acollege grad
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A merr heat maketh acheer
Football 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 2
ltalxan Club 3 English Book
Committee Captam 3 4 Track
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Hxs talents are more
Honor Soclety 2 3 4
Sweetness 1n actlon and voice
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C orus 13 4 Bl e A 1 vjrho Svafh'-rf
TWlI'11l'lg 4 Teen Age Book
Club 2 'Hq1or Soctety 2 3 gf safe Drlv
Amb1t1on To be a success at Iliff?-Fgviil aSkeA1al13 'Vxdl
what ever 1 try to be ll ence b '2 Trac lClub 3 4
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Cafeterla Momtor 4 Safe
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Amb1t1on To be a teacher
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Amb1t1on Chemxcal Engmeer
RICHARD C ARASL
A fun loving lad
Basketball fl!!! I Track
Club 4 ll main r Bowllng 4
Am tlonl 'I be a traxned
JANICE R xy
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Cheerleader 1 4 Homeroom
Pres1dent 1 Athletlc Staff 4
Gym Leader 2 3 4 Track Clu
4 Key Club 4 Cltlzenshxp In
st1tute Representltlve 3 Student
Varletles 2 4 Bowlmg 1 2 3 4
Clrls Sports 1 2 3 4
v IKGINIA BACH
Sllence IS virtuous
Blue A s 1 234 Bowlmg 23
4 Volleyball 3 Basketball 3
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Nurses Club 234 Debatlng
Club 3 Press Club 3 Blue
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Amb1t1on To become a nurse
Megapho e News rs
Honor So e
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Ambttlon To become a suc
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HELEN M BAKER
Her manner was s1ncere
Blue A s 1 2 3 4 Basketball
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Ambltton Axrlme Hostess
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LAWRENCE GINO BASDEN
Swift he was m words and
Cross Country 1 Track 4
Ambltxon To be a lawyer
Gabriel w1ll have nothmg on
Band l 2 3 4 Health Counc1l
2 Safe Drlvlng Club 2
Ambltlon To be an accountant
BEVERI Y KEMBLE BEEGLE
Moderauon the noblest gtft
I..at1n Club 1 2 3 4 FrenchClub
3 Secretary 4 Jumor Drama
Club 3 Footllght Club 2 Mega
phone Sellmg Staff 4 Blue A s
1 2 Bowl1ng 2 4
Ambltlon To work 1n a lab
RONALD M B ENOIT
A constant companion of mirth
Basketball 1 Football 1
Ambition Master mechanic
2 3 4 Athletic Staf
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She whistles as sh oes c e l
A 2 3 4 Track Club
PEGGY ANN BERARDESCO
On with the dance Let Joy
Student Varieties 1 2 Twirling
23 Flag Twirling 4 Italian
ub 234 Blue As 1
Future Teachers Club 4 Junior
rama Club 3 Footlight Club
Ambition To be a high school
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Ambition: go to college.
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Mild manners, slow to smileg
concentrating all the while."
Homeroom President lg Cross
Country 2,3,4g Indoor Track
2,3,4g Intramural Basketball I,
2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Homeroom
Vice President 25 Intramural
Baseball 25 Safe Driving Club.
DOROTHY B RA NTL EY
"Simple is neatness, unaffect-
edly sweet. '
Ambition: To be a secretary.
BRAWER RY H BRELAND
A quick mind is richer than
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4 Megap on ews
I would have sports upper
Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball l 3
4 Football 1234 Track I
Intramural Basketball 12
Homeroom Vice President 2
Megaphone 3 Safe Driving
Ambition Io play basketball
for the Knicks
'A true and brave and down-
right honest man,'
Indoor Track 1 2 3 4- Outdoor
Track 1 2 3 4- Football4' Track
Club 3 4.
Ambition: To become an arch-
W er 2 one bition come a Wave,
nch Club 4 Pr
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Boa S ho rship Qualifyin
A ltion Doctor
D JUDITH BROWER P?1 OWN
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Grace was in her footsteps
Care was in her eye
Latin Club 2 3 4 Press Club I
Banking Staff 1 Footlight Club
2 Junior Drama Club 3 Teen
Age Book Club 2 Mr Pandolf s
Staff 4 Blue A s 1 2 3 4 Track
Club 2 3 4 Senior Plav Com
Ambition To see our crowd
in ten years
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Future eachers Clupl
Tee Age B5
A'mb1t1on fTo tgach at A P
LEON H BRITTON R
Looks and might a rare com
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1
2 3 4 Homeroom Vice Pres
ident 3 Hall Monitor 4 Caf
eteria Monitor 4 Junior Prom
Committee 3 Safe DrivingClub
Ambition To becomea teacher
'I TERRY BYRNES
Who mixed reason with pleas-
ure and wisdom with mirth.
Football 2 3 4- Track 1 2 3 4-
English Book Committee 34-
Homeroom President 4- Band
1- Junior Drama Club 3- Gym
Monitor 34- Track Club 2-
Indoor Track 4.
Ambition: To be a commercial
JOY CARACA PPA
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2 4 Ieen
Agex Club 2 Com and
Ddmp Club 4 Homeroom Sec
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Ambttxon Atrune ostes
ELEANOR CALl:.l l A
A qulet unassumlng glrl
Blue A s 1 2 3 4
Ambition To be a prxvate
ROBERT J. CAMOOSA
A frxend to all foe to none
Baseball 12 Basketball 12
Bowllng 4 Intramural Basket
ball 34 Gym Momtor 234
Homeroom Secretary l
Amb1t1on To fly around the
JOSL-.PH BARRY CARNOT
JOHN PAUL CANDIANO
Fame always comes when de
Football I2 3 Track 12 3
Gym Monitor 2 Homeroom
Presldent 3 Homeroom V1C6
mlttee 3 Bowllng 3 4 Engllsh
Book Commlttee 3 Intramural
Basketball I 2 3 4 Track Club
Men of few words are the best
" Football 1 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4
is Intramural Basketball I 2 3 4
Ambmon To be a dxstrlct at
BARBARA M CARTON
Art IS power
Band l 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3
Debatlng Club 3 Chess Club
3 4 Student Var1et1es Band3 4
Intramural Basketball 3 4
What a wondrous
g1H,4.,Rt,zq"rTa ALICE CHAMY
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s he vep from earth
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Hfgnor Somety 2 3 4 Blue A s
2 3 4 Ushers 4 French Club
3 4 Fhture Te ch rs Club 2 4
Ivlegapho 1 Feasur Staff 34
'Dnftwuod Represeptmve 4
A Book Club 2 'Track Club
Ambmon To go to college
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J OAN COOK
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Ambttlon To become a sec
BERNADINE. C. CHISOLM
Blessed wlth charm that cer
tamtv to please
Blue A s 24 Baseketball 4
Chorus 14 Future Teachers
Club 4 Press Club 4 Foot
llght Club 2 German Club 4
Ambtuon To become an ele
CHRISTOPHER T COLL
Cigable n ou dmglsour
Footballcl 2 3 4 ieiasurer of
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Pres1denU3 MA dltor on
Stuflefht Govir ent D 3 Hall
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ln football Chrxs IS a star
ln l1fe hes sure to go far
Football 12 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 123 4 Athletxc
Stock Room Commlttee l 2 3
Engllsh Book Commlttee 24
Track Club 3 4 Gvm Monltor
2 3 Baseball l .Iumor Prom
Commxttee 3 Intramural Base
ball 2 3
Ambltlon To go to college
BARBARA J OAN CONANT
Happy am I from care lm
Rutland Hxgh School 12 Blue
A s 4 Health Offlce Staff-4 Fu
ture Nurses Club 4 TrackClub
Ambxtlon To go to the Um
versltv of Vermont
DOUGLAS W COLE
Mlrth concealed IS more en
joyable than humor revealed
Amb1t1on To jom the Navy
shall I 11ve
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wlth grace to w1n and heart to
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4 Intramural Basketball 12
3 4 Baseball 1 Cross Country
3 Track 3 4 Latm Club 2 3
Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Footlxght
Club 2 Candldate for Free
holder Track Club
Ambltlon To take up medlclne
LOUIS D ANNA
Stern was hls look kmd was
Ambmon To be an accountant
Nothmg keeps me t1ed down
Basketball 1 Homeroom VICE B ue A s 2 4
Presldent 1 Football3 4 Intra Teacher s lub 1 2
mural Basketball I 2 3 4 3 4 Twlrlmg 4
Ambmon To formacorporatlon Basketball l 2 3 4
wlth Rodkm and Klng Softball 1 2 3 4
Bowllng 1 3 4 'I'
WILLIAM DANIEL CUSA AMES,'E DMLEY
None can be h1s equal F ,th own of hls head to
the Qul h1s foot he 1
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ba 12 In ra I Bowlmg
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Ambltlon To see the world
ALICE HARVEFI A DARLING
Angels llsten when she sings
Chorus 123 4 Glee Club 4
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Helpful agreeable pleasant
Football 1 2 Intramural Bowl
ing 3 4 Cafeteria Monitor 4
Intramural Basketball 3 Italtan
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3 4 Gym Leader 2 Clee Club
1 2 Chess Club 3 4
Ambition To play cards with
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YVONNE BARBARA DEAN
'A soft answer turneth away
Blue A's l,2,3,4g Future Nurses
Club 2,3,4g Nurses Office Staff
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Nurs ' ' F ight ub
2' St en Varie s 3.
Ambition: To ua omeateacher.
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JUDITH D ESPOSITO
A discerning eye which sees
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Ambition To travel around the
4g Track Club 3,-4.
Ambition: To beasuccess inthe
field of nursing.
CAROL YN LEILA
Red Bank s loss was Asbury s
Red Bank High School 123
Ambition To be a bookkeeper
STEVE DeS ENO
A man of courage is also full
Football 2 3 Latin Club 2 3 4
Italian Club4 Intramura' Bowl
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4 Golf 4 Gym Leader4 Weight
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Ambition To be a success
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That tower of strength which
stood before all the winds that
Football I 2 3 Basketball2 3 4
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Intramural Basketball 1 Swim
Ambition To be an engineer
J N EASU
It is good to lengthen to the
last a sunny mood'
Secretary of Homeroom 1 Blue
s 1234 Bowli 134
Athletic Staff 3 4 Twirlmgl 2
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Club 3 4 Track Club 2 3 4
Ambition Io enjoy life to the
ALBERT J EHRLICH
Devout yetcheerful activeyet
Football l 2 Outdoor Track 1
2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Latin
Club 2 Science Club President
3 4 Indoor Track 2 34 Safe
Driving Club 2 3 Press Club4
Track Club 3 4 Weight lifting
team Captain 4 Bowling 34
Ambition To be a doctor
A good reputation is of great
St Aloyisius Academy 1 2 3
Bowling 4 Blue A s 4
Ambition To be a secretary
ROBERT D EDELSON
Knowledge is rewarding
Band 1 2 3 4 Safe Driving Club
2 Bow1ing3 4 Student Varieties
Band 2 3 4 Health Council 2
Happy the woman happiest
she whose mind from vain de
sires is free
French Club2 3 4 Nurse sStaff
2 Blue A s 1 2 3 4 Footlight
Club 2 Future Teacher s Club
3 4 Mr Richmond s Staff 4
Ambition To become a very
JOEL C EDELSTEIN
A moral sensible and well
Band 1 2 3 Section Leader 4
Student Varieties Band 1 2 3 4
Student Varieties Act 3 lntra
mural Bowling 3 4 Chess Club
4 Honor Society 3 4 Student
Health Council 2 Safe Driving
Club Vice President 2 Pit Band
for P T A Faculty Show 3
Canteen Combo for Senior Class
3 Megaphone Advertising Staff
T h e re s honesty
good fellowsh1p in thee
Football 4 Basketball
Ambition To bea medical tech
deeds determine us as
as we determine our
Girls State Drift
Staff onor Society2 3 4
Band I 2
2, B A s 12 34 G m
3 4 French Clu
dent Varities Band
B k llTeaml234 Base
ll Team 1 2 3 4 HockeyTeam
1 2 3 4 Footlighr
CHARLES WILLIAM FAULK
Capable and outstanding is our
Homeroom Vice President 2
Safe Driving Club 2 Hall
Monitor 2 Gym Monitor 4
Student Council 2
Ambition To be a laboratory
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What a lovable twm
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12 Homeroom Presmdent 3
Junlor Prom Commlttee 3 Hall
Monltor 34 French Club 4
Drxftwood representatlve 4
Ambltlon To be a Suecess
whatever l do
.ILDITH A FRIEDMAN
Ihat penswe look thattatcheth
manv an exe
French Club 3 -1 Press Club 2
3 Future Teacher s Club 3 4
Footllght Club 2 Blue. A s l
2 3 -I Chess Cub l Homeroom
GERALD D. FEEN EY
'Wit now and then, struck
smartly shows a spark. "
M1ss1on Bav Hlgh School 12
Football 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 4
Cafeterla Momtor 3
Ambluon To jom the Navy
Not too t1m1d not too bold
Semor Plav Commlttee 4 De
3 4 Blue A sl 2 Mlss Vogel s
Offlce Staff 4
Ambxtlon To be a l'ash1onDe
JUDITH B. FINKEL E V
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Germantown Hlgh Phlladelphla
Pa l 2 Track Club 3 4 Blue
A s 3 4 Future Teacher s Club
4 Homeroom Vxce Presldent 4
Senlor Plav Commlttee 4
Ambxtlon To be a teacher
s 1enfpleas e l
Staff 2 3
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Laughter IS happlness
Sarasota Hlgh 2 3
Ambmon To be a model
T I E HFRYE
n n omes m er
Drlftwood taff 4
4 Ieen Age
Bowlmg 3 4 Honor SOLIEIV 4
Mer1t Scholarshxp Candidate 3
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Blue A S12 3 4 Track Club 3
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Amb1t1on To become a prlvate
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Amb1t1on be happy
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WILLIAM D FURY
Truth on one Slde and ease on
Sound Crew 1 2 Gym Mon1tor
Amb1t1on To become a suc
Of every noble work the s1Ient
part IS best
Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Trackl
2 3 4 GermanClub2 3 4 Honor
Soc1ety 3 4
Your Wll makes others merry
Basketball I 2 3 4 Ital1an Clu
3 Gym Mon1tor 2 3 4 Baseball
I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Home
room Pres1dent 3 Jun1or Prom
Commlttee 3 Track Club 4
Amb1t1on School teacher
W1t and talent go hand 1n hand
Band 1 2 3 4 C6feIeI'1alVl0I"l1IO1'
12 3 4 Football 3 Student
Var1et1es 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2
Homeroom Vlce Pres1dent 2
Shop Foreman 4 Intramural
Basketball 2 3 Track 3 4
Amb1t1on To become a MUS1
HOMAS H GASQUE
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In h1s tongue IS the law of
Debdtmg Club 3, Pres1dent 4
Lkflll Klub 2 Student D1sc
Jocke 4 StampandC nClub
Pres ent 4 Frencly lub 4
Megaphone Adver,t1s1hg Staff 3
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Health
Councll 2 Sc1enoe Clubl Safe
Dr1v1ng Club 2 Teen Age Book
Amb1t1on To study law
ANTHONY DANIEL GRADONE
A fr1end to everyone
Amb1t1on To be successful
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A moral senslble well bred
Megaphone Staff3 4 Press Club
l 2 3 Future Teachers Club 1
2 3 Teen Age Book Club 2 3
4 Blue A sl 2 3 4 G1rls Sports
1 2 3 4 Bankmg Representatxve
3 Chorus 3 4 Bowllng 3 4
LINDA N HARA
Whose ways are ways of
French Club 2,3, lreasurer 4,
Honor Society 2,3,4, Blue A's
l,2,3,-4, Basketball l,2,3, Foot
llght Club 2, Student Varletles
l,2, Offxce Staff2, Megaphone 1,
Gym Leader 4, Merlt Scholar
shlp Candldate 3, Track Club
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G avel, XV
Knowlege IS power
Honor Soclety 3 4 Band 2 3 4
Orchestra 2 3 4 Student Vane
tles 2 3 4 Health Councll 2
Megaphone AdVeI'I1S1Ilg Staff 2
Dr1 ftwood Representatwe 4
Junlor Drama Club 3 Cross
Ambltlon To be a Doctor of
dent Varxetles 2
Amb1t1on To be a nurse
A s 1 234 Track Club
Sports 4 Future Teachers
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lxothxng IS lmposslble to a w1ll
Sound Crew 1
Ambltlon Mxlxtarv Career
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"Her life is fortified by many
Blue A's l,3,4g Track Club 3.
PHYLLIS ANITA HARVEY
DAVID RAY HAVILAND
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"There's madness in his
"ln every gesture dignity and music."
Band l,2,3,4g Student Varieties
Twirling 2,3,4gCheeringlg Blue Band l,2,3,4g Student Varieties
A's 1,2,3,4g Chorus l,4gStudent 35 Track 2.
Ambition: To teach school.
paint to look a
KENNETH S. HOLLAND
- " asurer 4
Club 3, ce Presiden
ROBERTA C. HOLMAN
"ln games he did excell." "Her thoughts are thoughts of 5
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,
2,33Football1,3,4gGymMonitor Chorus 1,25 Softball 1,25 Bas-
1,2, Homeroom President I. ketball l,2, Future NursesC1ub
Press 1,25 Footlight Clu
2: Blue A's 1,25 Track Clu
1,25 Banking Staff 2,35 Bowling
3: Student Varieties 2.
m Secretary 3
Ambition: To be a retail buyer.
SHIRLEY KAY HUGHES
"Whose life is like the violets
Homeroom President lg Home-
room Treasurer 43 Science Club
President 1: Honor Society 2,3,
4g Megaphone l,2, Feature
Editor 3: Supplement Editor 4:
Band Secretary 43 Senior Play
43 Blue A's 1,2,3,4g Library
Staff 2,3, President 43 Office
Staff 4: Footlight Club 2: Junior
Drama Club 33 Press Club l,
2: Secretary for Industrial Arts
Ambition: To be an executive
3: Latin Club 2.
Ambition. To go into nursing.
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'A real friend, whose heart
equals his height."
Basketball l,2,3,-lg Cross
Country 2,35 Hall Monitor 43
Football 1: French Club 2:
MARYCE D. JACKSON
'For simplicity is charm."
Gym leader -ig Blue A's l,2,3,
45 Debating Club 2: Footlight
Club 25 Press Club 2, Librarian
3, Typist 4: Track Club 3: Bowl-
Ambition: 'Traveling secretary
"Honesty and truth are knit to-
Ambition: To becomeaprofess-
MICHAEL F REDRIC IRONS
"Moderation is the noblest gift
Sound Crew 1,
Ambition: To become an elec-
SANDRA R. JOHNSTON
"Quiet as an owl by day. "
Blue A's 1,2.
Ambition: To be a beautician
it Fran n
"She was ever prec i se and
promise keeping. "
Ambition: To go to beauty cul-
SERNITA ANN JOi
"A fine nurse s will
Chorus l,2. '
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Ambition: T urse.
PAULA KAY JAMISON
"What sweet thoughts are thine.
Blue A's l,2,3,-4.
"To be strong is to be happy."
Cross Country lg Indoor Track
1: Track Club 1.
Ambition: College Monmouth
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He IS truly a good sport"
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 2,
3,4, Football 1,2, Chess Club
1,2,3, Lat1n Club 2, Megaphone
Staff 2,3, Hall Momtor
Amb1t1on To pltch for the
DUNCAN K ELLY
TIS good w1ll that makes the
Amb1t1on To be a success
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Arrlbmo To be a nurse
JILL SUE KEPPLBR
A WISE g1rl says not all she
thmks but thmks all she says
Future Teacher s Club 1 2 3 4
Megaphone Feature Wr1ter 4
Blue A s 1 2 3 Honor SOCIETY
3 4 Ushers 4 Press Club
L.at1n Club 4 French Club2 3 4
Amb1t1on To be teac er
ESTELLE FLORENCE KATL
be gone dull care' Thou and l
shall never agree
Amb1t1on To become an ac
'Thy WII IS everlastmg '
Blue A's 1,2,3,4, Bankmg Rep
resentat1ve 2,4, Future
Teacher's Club l, Chorus 2,4
Amb1t1on To go to college
ROBERT ALLEN KING
He always has a sm1le for you
besxdes perhaps a Joke or two
Football l 2 3 Hall Monitor 3
Cafeteria Momtor 3 Lat1nCluh
l 2 3 Chess Club 2 Debating
Club 12 Student Council 2
Ambmon To be a General Sales
Manager for N T A
"No dutv could overtake him
no need hls w1ll outrun
Band and Orchestra 12 34
Ambltlon hlectrxcal hnglneer
True she was ln word an
Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Blue A s
1 2 3 4 Usher 3 4 Laun Club
1 2 3 4 Footllght Club 1 2 3 4
Basketball l 2 3 4 Softball l 2
AIllblIlOl'l lo become a success
IRA l:. KRLIZMAN
When dutv whlspers low lhou
must Ih1s vouth replles l
Megaphone Sports Edztor 4
Baseball 3 4 Basketball l 2
3 4 Football 1 3 Hall Monltor
3 4 Dchatlng Club 2 3 Frack
Club 1234 Band l Home
room Vice Presldent 4 Cym
Leader l 2 3.
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Honor Socl s
Home Pre W
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Deba g Cl-U A s l 2
3 4 ress lu Footllght
Club 2 Drlftwood avout Edltor
4 Bowllng 2 3 4 Track Club 3
French Club 3 4
Ambltlon To become the U S
Ambassador to Russla
JON CE M KOLLER
Sweetness IS the
ove 121 all if
Bllue A ltal1an Club
'S rac 4 Future
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Ambltlon To be a Success
Strong and content l travel
the open road
Varsxtv Football 2 3 4 Track2
3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Homeroom
Presldent 3 Student Councll 3
Ambltlon 'lo be an englneer
How good to be merrv and
Long Branch Hlgh School l 2 3
Ambztlon Modelmg School
Chorus s l
light Club 23
tary 43 Mr.
Honor Society 3,43 Senior Play
s Staff 43
BARRY S, KWALICK
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Bliie A' 3 ,3,4,iQfenChtiy1 3, J to hold,"
Pr s t fe n- e B uk ' X
Cl Se tary 23 ic P e li Homeroom President 43 Home-
dentt3 ootli or room Vice President 1,33 Meg-
Dr, aClu 33 omero ec- aphone 3, Managing Editor 43
refary 3- rack ' b 2,3,4 ' Junior Class President33Cross
Honor S ciety , 3 Country l,2,33 Honor Society 2,
Varieties 23 Bowlin I- - 3, Treasurer 43 Hall Monitor
kefball 25 Press C' bsiax, De- 33 City Councilman 33 Junior
bating Club 1,21 Banking Rep-
'This mischievous girl so small
and petite is really a girl who
is pleasant to meet."
Driftwood Staff-13 Footlight Club
3 Junior Drama Club Presi-
33 Megaphone Feature
riter 3,41 Words and Pictures
,23 Teen-Age Book Club, Trea-
surer 23 French Club 3,43 Gui-
dance Staff 43 Library Staff 33
Press Club 1,23 Blue A's l,2,
3,43 Banking Representative 1,
Book lub 2
3 4 Fres
Ambi . College
Prom Committee, Chairman 33
Track Club 2,33 Senior Play
43 Footlight Club Play 23 Junior
Drama Club, Treasurer 33 Band
l,23 Orchestra l,2.
"A quiet girl in every way."
Blue A's 1,2,3,4Q Future Nurses
Club 2,3,43 Debating Club 3,43
German Club 43 Chess Club 2,3.
'A Reet "
"Unique is her personality."
Track Club 2,3,43 Megaphone
Seller l,2,33 Chorus 13 Foot-
light Club 23 I-lomeroom Secre-
tary 23 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Press
Club 23 English Book Committee
23 Mr. Pandolfe's Staff 43 Bas-
ketball l3 Debating Club 1.
Ambition: To lead a successful
ARTHUR A. LIETZ
uPeople think he's shy and quiet,
if you know him he's a riot."
Intramural B a s k e t ball 3,41
Intramural Baseball 2,3,4.
Beware there IS m1sch1ef 1n
Megaphone Feature Wr1ter 3 4
Student Announcer 4 French
ub 2 3 4 B ue A 1
Track Club 3 4 Footllght Club
2 Megaphone News Wr1ter 1 2
Freshman Pgcture Comm1ttee
2 Press Club 1 2
Amb1t1on Fashlon Buyer
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CHARLES LIGO KAREN LITTELL
"A student with potential "Calm and quiet as a rule."
Blue A's l,2,3,4g Teen - Age
Ambition: Engineerig Book Club 2g Future Nurses
Club 4QG166 Club 4.
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ketball 4 Track 3 4
Ho er res1dent 4 Ger
1 4 Lat1n Club 2 Hall
3 T ji 4 Dr1ftwood
Rep Honor 0
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Pfre 1dent 4 J
SID E MALTESE
He has a heart wlth room
for every Joy
Football l 2 3 Track 1 Home
room Pres1dent 2 Gym Leader
JAMES BRUCE MAC DIARMID
Born to be happy
Football 3 Bowlmg 3 4 Track
4 Gym Leader 3
Her merrxment seems made to
Cheerleader 1 3 4 Gym Leader
3 4 Student Varletles 2 3 4
Blue A s 1 2 3 4 Bankmg Rep
resentauve 2 Homeroom Vlce
Presldent 3 Track Club 2 3 4
GIIIS Sports 1 2 4 Footllght
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Homeroom Presldent 1 Cer
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ball 2 3 4
BARBARA MARTIN SARALYNN MASSEY
Llfe xs a SEIIBS of surprlses
Blue A s 1 2 3 Track Club 2
'Carefree and gay 1S she "
Blue A s 1 2 3
Ambmon To be happy
EWA C ME L
CHARLES MC KI:.VlTT
A welcome addltlon to A P H
Red Bank Catholxc Hlgh School
1 2 Intramural Uowlmg 4
Ambmon To jom the alrforce
Sound qff ,
n1or Play Comm1ttee
Cha1rman 4 Press Club 23
C e 1 aptaln 2 3 4
Ambmonl, CQIICH1 Engmeer
Staff 2 3 Footlxght Club
HERBERT ALAN MEISTRICH MARSHALL MICHELSON
He mzxes W1SdOm w1th m1rth
Semor Play 4 Student Council
4 Homeroom Vlce Pres1dent3
Homeroom Presldent 4 Mega
phone Feature Wr1ter 4 Merlt
Scholarslup Candldate 3 Band
12 3 Student Leader 4 Or
chestra 1 2 3 4 Hall Mon1tor4
Student Varleues 3 4 Student
Var1et1es Band 1 2 3 4 ln ra
mural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Golf
3 4 Track Club 1 2 3 4 Junxor
Classlcal League 2 'Ieen Age
Book Club 2 3 4 FOOIllghI Club
Why worry'7 One never galns
anythmg from II
Football 12 Chess Club 2
Scxence Club 2 3 Intramural
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Intramural
DOUGLAS E. MILLER KEITH R. MILLER
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" a ' ur pleasure, but
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ociety 2,3,4' egaphone
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43 Trac 3 4 ootlight Club
3 St ncil 2,33 Junior
rama u , Co-president 33
Homero President 2,31
Homeroom Vice President 43
German Club, Treasurer 3,
President 43 Latin Club 23 Boy's
State Representative 3g Junior
Prom Committee 33 Merit
Scholarship Candidate 3.
'Success comes to those who
Blue A's 13 Debating Club 1,21
French Club 2,3,-43 Chess Club
3,43 Honor Society 2,3,43Mega- M1
PATRICIA MONTULET STEPHEN MORAN
"Silence is golden. "
Blue A's l,2.
'A new comer well liked. "
Monterey High School 1,23 In-
door Track 3.
Ambition: Art School
NNE MUELL ER
to a task and
OL E URPHY BEATRICE M
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Wh1Ch 1r rows
WILLIAM H MYERS
He may be QUIBI but he IS
Megaphone Staff 2 Safe Dr1v1ng
Club 2 Engl1shB0okComm1ttee
3 Tumblmg 34 Football 2
Track Club 34 Hall Mon1tor
4 G,m Monltor 4 Intramural
Mon1tor 3 Homeroom VICE
Pres1dent 2 Sclence Club 2 3
Amb1t1on To be a Draftsman
U A Honor
A b1 n o an IBM operator
1 2 tudent Var
Amb1t1on To beahuge success
1 2 3 4 Dowlmg
Amb1t1on Lat1n A1
A happy soul makes a good
Gym MOHIIOI 3 4 Track Club
34 Intramural Baseball 23
Amb1t1on To JOID the Navy
HARRY GEORGE NERON EDWARD RICHARD NESBITT
Pleasure IS not long enough Mus1c mus1c mus1c
Band l 2 3 Bankmg Represen Band l 2 3 4 Baseball l lntra
tauve 3 mural Baseball 2 Intramural
very pr uctlon f gen1us
must be e prod of en
Club e res1dent 3 Pres
1dent Honor Soc1ety 2 3 4
Drama Club 2 SCIENCE Club
3 4 Lat1r Club 2 Intramural
Basketball 1 2 3 4
Ambltxon Medlcal Career
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Offlce Staff 2 3 -4 Teen Age
Book Club Pres dent 2 Sec
retarv 3 -I French Club 34
Blue A s 1 2 3 4 Glrls Sports
1 2 3 4 Cvm I eader 2 Honor
Society 23-I Track Club 3
Press Club -l
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Basketball l 2 3 Bowllng 3 4
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Homeroom Presldent-1 Itallan
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Ambluon Football Coach
JOSEPH T NODLAK
Look out he hath mlschlef
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Homeroom Presldent 2 Home
room V1ce Presldent I Foot
ball 13 Intramural Basket
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CHLS'I ER PAFF
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Band 12 Student Varletles
3 -I Intramural uowlmg 3-I
Intramural basketball 3 -I bolf
4 Intramural Baseball 234
Ambxtlon 'Io go Into mcrchan
JANET F O DOWD
Take I1fe easv tomorrow ls
Blue A s 14 Astron m
4 Debating Club
A Ilttle mxschlef full of funl
Football 1 Baseball 3 Intra
mural Basketball 3 Homeroom
Presxdent 2 Homeroom V1ce
Presldent 4 Intramural Base
CHARLES O NILILL
Its just the lrlsh In m
basketball 2 3 4 Football 1 2
Baseball 2 3 Irack Club 3 4
Homeroom Secretary 3 Glee
WILLIAM N PETERSEN JR
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Ambmon To Jom the Army
Track plum 11 2 3,4 Atyldtl 5
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Ambltlon Legal Secretary
,N1COl:E'I'l'E PINELLA P TERAS
A good heart and a Qeasant- My lThW
smile -' "'
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Blue A s 1234 Homeroom Blue A 4 Track
Track Club 4 Press Club 1 surer 3f Hom r ecre ry
V1ce Presxdent 2 Bowlmg 3 4 2 3 4 brar
Megaphone Seller 2 3 3 Megaphone aff
Staff 4 Key Club 4 Club
Amb1t1on Beautlclan 2 Future NursesC 4 Future
Teachers Club 1 ngllsh Book
QLNAI-I PLOTKIN SARAH ELIZABETH
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be practlcal and you 1
Track Club 1 2 3 4 Press Club succeed
1 2 Megaphone Seller 4' Blue
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Chorus 1 Nature Teacher9CTub
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ART POLHEMUS PATRICIA POLHEMUS
A11 the world 15 a Slage A volce to charm has she
Senlor Play 4 Track 2 3 Glee SU-ldel'lf VHIISUCS 2
Club 2 3 Foothght Club 2 Jun
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Commlttee 3 4 Football 1 2 3
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Debatmg Club 3 Q
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Never without a smlle and a
bouth Broward Hlgh School 2
Megaphone Feature WIIIEZ3 4
Twlrllng 4 French Club -4
Future Teachers Club3 4 Hon
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Blue A s 13 4 Mr Roumams
Staff 3 Debatlng Club 3 Clrls
Sports l 3 -4
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Amb t1on Draftmg School
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3 4 French Club 3 4 Footllght
Club 2 Chess Cluh l 2
Amb1t1on Psx t hologlst
All that 18 pleasant
Future Nurses Club 124
Press Club 234 Teen Age
Hook Club 2 Blue A S2 4 Band
3 Footllght Club 2 Track Club
3 4 Chorus 2 -1
MIRIAM JANh-.I ll:. PRLSSLILW
Your goal the shy
Clee Cluh 1 2 Basketball 2
.Iumor Drama Club 3
JOE CE RICHARDS
" true heart and a ready
C orus l' Blue A s 12 3 4'
French Club 2 3 4' lwirll g
4' Press Club 3.
BOBBIE RICKS ROBERT R ROCKLYN
A happy soul A good heart and a capable
Intramural Ba sketball 1 2 3
Cross Country 23 Football Ambition Navy Officer
l Basketball 4 Intramural
Ambition To Join the Air Force
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Committee air 4 Drift
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OPAL M. ROUCH
Deeds not words shall speak
Blue A s 1,2,3,4g Homeroom
Vice President 23 bowling 1,4g
Track Club 3,4g PIBSS Club lg
Megaphone Seller 2,3.
Ambition: Business School
Band 3 4' FrenchClub
4 Senior Play Committee
Driftwood Representative 4'
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Ambition: To succeed.
JOSEPH BRUCE ROSENBERG
When stern duty calls I must
Debating Club 4' Science Club
4- Coin and Stamp Vice Pres-
Herqfs s eixetqspr good
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Monitor 3 Ha n or 4.
His personality the greatest
St Rose High School 1 2 Hall
Monitor 4 Golf 4 Intramural
basketball 3 4 French Club 3
Ambition To win the National
GEORGE H. RUDING JR. JANE B. RUMFORD
"A better guy is hard to find."
Baseball 1,25 Basketball 15 In-
tramural Basketball 2,3,45
Junior Red Cross 3,45 Track
Club 2,3,45 Band 15 Science
Club 1,25 Debating Club 2,35
Gym Leader 2,35 Homeroom
Vice President 25 Safe Driving
Club 35 Glee Club 1,2.
MARY LOU SALAMONE
Always ready with a kind
Blue A s 14 Track Club 4
Ambition To he a Ewggian
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A bition To lv a success
Ambition To be
ANNETTE SAMPSON MARION ELILABETH
She IS a winsome wee thing
Star of the Sea Academy l
2 3 4 French Club 4 Astron
Ambition To be a singer and
Brunswick s Sister
Her thinking of others makes
vou think of her
New Brunswick High School 1
Blue A s 4
Ambition To be a secretary
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A reward for a good deed
1S to have xt done
Red Bank Catholxc 1 Color
guard 3 Captaxn 4 Coach
V1ll1p1anos Staff 4 Key Club
Blue As 234 Student Va
r1et1es 2 Gxrls Sports 234
Footllght Club 2
Amb1t1on To l1ve m New Eng
STEVEN L SCHARF
A great boy a great frxend
Baseball 1 Basketball 1 ln
tramural Basketball 1 2 Bowl
mg 3 Intramural Baseball 2 3
Engllsh Book Commlttee 34
Track Club 2
Ambltxon To become a Dentxst
or Skatmg Teacher
JOHN JAY SAUER MARGARET SAV BXE
For he s a Jolly good fellow
Student Council 2 treasurer
3 Homeroom Vlce Presldent
2 3 4 J V Basketball 2 3 J V
Football 2 Track Club 2 3 4
Hall Momtor 34 Latm Club
2 3 4 Gym Momtor 2 3 4 Var
Slly Golf 3 4 Varsxty Basket
ball 4 Prom Commxttee
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DONALD A SCHAIN MARTHA SCHANERMA
A great orator IS he
Cross Country 1 2 3 Track l
2 3 4 Homeroom President 1
Footllght Club 2 Jumor Drama
Club Presxdent 3 Student Va
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4 German Club 3 4
Ambltxon To act dlrect and
New York New York
Mr Romanus s Offlce Staff 1
2 3 Athletic Dlrector s Staff
2 3 4 Latln Club 3 4 Press
Club 1 2 Glee Club 12 Blue
AS 1234 Track Club 12
3 4 Key Club 2 Treasurer
3 Vlce President 4
College Amerxcan Theate
DOLORES A SCALLI
by the way
change the day
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A disposition always s
Future Teacher s Clubl 2 3
Blue A s 12 3 4 Twirling 4
Nurse s Staff 4 Press Club
234 Footlight Club Play 2
Ambition To become a teacher
LYNDA R. SCHREIBER ROBERT S. SCHULMAN
'Her qualities go on and on."
Twirling 1,23 Latin Club 23
Blue A's l,2,3,4g Basketball
3g Homeroom Vice President
3,45 Gym Leader 2,35 Track
Club 2,3,4g Bowling lg Foot-
light Club 2.
Ambition: To be a buyer for
Lord Si Taylor.
A true expressitgywst
Varsity Football Manager2 3 4
Senior PlayComm1utee4 Drift
wood Representative 4 Chess
Club 3 4 Stock Rbom Assist
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a song and
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Staff 2 Mr
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Ambition: To be a plastic Sur-
O L H SCHWARTL
Latin Club 2 Sci ce Club 1
Band r 1 4
Student Varieti and34
Varsity Football lntr mural
Basketball 1 2
Ambition To go college and
play drums with a famous band
I find the classroom much
Basketball 12 Football 1 In
tramural Basketball 12 3 4
Track Club 1 2 3 4 Footlight
Club 2 Science Club 2 3 Hall
Monitor 34 Gym Monitor 3
Cafe Monitor 3 Baseball 12
Safe Driving Club 2 Glee Club
1 2 Band 1 Homeroom Vice
Ambition To b G1 success
l try mv best in one thing
Track 1 2 3 4 Cross Country
1 3 4 Homeroom Pres 4 Stu
dent Council 34 Track Club
1 2 3 Football 2 lndoor Track
2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1
2 3 4 Gym Monitor 3 4 Hall
Ambition To graduate
BARRY C SHERMAN
A boy on whom you may de
Band 1 2 3 4 Homeroom Sec
retary 4 Megaphone Staff J V
Football 2 Baseball 1 Senior
Play Committee 4 Intramural
Basketball Intramural Bowling
English Book Committee 34
Hall Monitor 4 Track Club
Safe Driving Club Footlight
Ambition To become a dentist
She speaks behaves and acts
as she should
Blue A s 3 Honor Society 2
34 Guidance Office Staff 4
Ambition To become a sec
JOHN SELL IRA SHERIDEN
"Big Bopper "
'He is full of good meanings."
Ambition: To be a success.
JOHN VINCENT SIC IL IANO
Nothing keeps me tied down
Italian Club 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 1 2 4 Football 1 2
Ambition To go to college
'Honesty is the best policy."
Baseball 3,4g Intramural Bowl-
ing 45 Teenage nook Club lg
Science Club l.
Ambition: To become a dentist.
F re Teacher s Club 14
Footlight Club 2 Junior Drama
Club 3 Blue A s 12 3 4 Girls
Sports 1 2 Track Club 1 2 3
Press Club l 2 English Book
Committee 4 banking Rep
resentative 1 Library Staff3 4
Ambition To be a success
A hard worker
Future Nurses Club 2 Track
Club 2 Blue As 23 Italian
Ambition To become a beau
1 a otsoeasil made
3 Nurse s
Staff 3 4 u e Nurse s Club
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Ambition To be a nurse
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Nothmg IS as rlch as honesty
Blue A s I 2 3 Futures Nurses
Club I 2 3
Ambltlon To be a nurse
PAULINE H SMITH
"Your heart's destres be w1th
Homeroom Vlce Presldent 2,
Blue A's 1,2,3,4, Clrls Sports
1, uowlmg 4, Track Club 4
Amhltnon To travel
STEPHEN SIPOS JR MYRNA H SKO
A boy who wlll go far
ltallan Club 2 3 4
Ambmon To become a doctor
Wlse W1 om gay w1th
m1rth personallty fllled
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H nor 23 4 French
Club2 4 e phone 2 Track
Clubllirf lue A s 2 3 4 Merxt
Scholarshlp Cand1date 3 Col
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dldate 4 Temple Math Con
test Candldate Amerlcan Act
uarlal Soclety Math Contest
Ambmon To major ln math
A falthful frlend IS the med
1c1ne of llfe
Twlrllng 2 3 4 Future Nurses
Club 2 3 Irack Club 4 French
Club 3 Chorus 2 3 Future
leachers Club 4
JOYCE LYNETTE SMITH
A llttle ray of sunshme who
IS always on the beam
French Club 3 4 Footl1ghtClub
2 Future Teachers Club 3 4
Blue A s 12 3 4 Track Club
Ambltlon 'I eacher
Enthus1asm leads to wonder
Nurse s Staff 3
Ambltlon Pr1vate Secretary
' More men are kllled bv over
Cross Country Team 1
Ambltlon To go to Mechamcs
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Amb1t1on Prlvate Secretary
SPIEL FOG EL
constant w1se and
Student Executlve COUDCII 3
Homeroom Presldent 4 Base
ball 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Latm
Club 23 Presldent 4 Track
Club 1 2 34 Track 12 Boy s
State Representauve 3 Junlor
Prom Commlttee 3 Hall Mon
1tor 3 Honor Soclety 3 4
THEO R STECKER JR KENNETTE
Tops m art
Amb1t1on DeSlgnlng School
MARGARET E SPINA
May her future be full of
Itallan Club 2 3 Blue P s 1
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Amb1t1on To be a success
SANFORD R STAROBIN
A llght and happy heart has he
Intram b l 1 ln
Always happy always gay
Amb1t1on To Joln the Armed
A mlss who s fun to know
Engllsh Book Commlttee 4
Latm Club 23 L1brary Staff
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Drama Club 3 Track Club 1
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Her dlSpOSlI1OI'l IS gay
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Amb1t1on To be happy
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J H SULLI AN PATRICIA LEE: SYKES
A mer as the day IS long
L.e er 2 3
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Your smlle IS your passport
nd 1234 Track 1
Cross Country 1 Track C1ub3
Ambltlon Mr Force
Succ s pp1ness 1n th
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Germ Club tramural
Basketball 3 4
Amb12o ette 3
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FRANK L TEN BROECK
Good looks PCIFORZE y h1s
future spells sluccgsls'
l-E ihecuta e HQSUHCII 54
H room' VICMCSIGSHI 3 4
Boy S 3518-Representatwe 3
by-rrf MOHIIOI 4 Hall ,mtor
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Btvseball 12 4 l'rack Club
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Ambluon To become a C A P
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Her thinking of others makes
you think of her
Future Nurses Club 234
Nurses Staff 3 4 Press Club
24 Blue As 1234 Chorus
1 Track Club 3 Student Var
IIISS 3 Teenage Book Club 2
Ambition To become a teach
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GMP again 3 Larlnclm Foot
1glgtJClub 2l' Blue A s l 2 3 4
Girls Sports l 2 Track Club l
2 English Book Committee 4
Press Club 1 2
Ambition Teachers College
A. GERALD TERTZAGIAN SARA J. TERWILLIGER
basketball 1,2g Hall Monitor
4g Stock room 3,4.
Ambition: To succeed in life.
A happy soul
Baseball l Intramural Bowl
ing 2 Intramural oaseball 2
Ambition To travel
ur "CharmQZs lin nce
of whom we'll never wmna, t Calc
Junior Cl-ass 33 X fXJQub
1,2,4g Se , tu nt e tive
Council , Stud Var eties
2434 ' omeroo Vice Pres,
2, Girl's S Representa-
tive 35 one Staff 3,4g
Blue A's 1,2,3,4g Latin Club
2,33 Canteen Committee 3,43
Junior Prom Committee 3-
Footlight Club 2 Office Staff
2 Candidate for Merit Scholar
Ambition To have a career
Teachers Club 2 Secretary 3
4 Megaphone Staff l Latin
Club 2 Press Club 2 Foot
light Club 2 Merit Scholar
ship Candidate 3 Temple Math
FRANK TYNAN TILTON
A boy on whom you may de
French Club 2 3 Student Var
1et1es 2 4 Gym Monitor 4
Ambition To travel
to know our gal
certainly a must
4 Cittzenshiplnstitu 3 Jun
r Prom Committee 3 Girls
Sports 1 3 4 Bowling 2 3 4
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Its nice to be natural when
you re naturally nice
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Ambition To be a successful
ROBERT LEROY WAY
I was born to be happy.
Football 1 2- Latin Club 2' Hall
Monitor 3' Cafeteria Monitor
2' Baseball 1- Bowling 3 Cap-
tain 4' Intramural Basketball
Ambition: Electrical Engineer-
I say lrttle but I know a lot
Vice President of Homeroom2
MICHAEL L VAN GLISH
Lots of laughter and mischief
Driftwood Staff 4 Track Club
2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 4 Bas
ketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus I 2 3 4
Tennis 3 4 Intramural Basket
ball 1 Chess Club 3 4 Band I
Ambition Play for the Davis
Cup tennis team
WILLIAM E WALTERS
What is life without a laugh
Ambition To become a drafts
Success follows earnest
Intramural Bowling 2 Intra
mural Baseball 23 4 Intra
mural Football 234 Intra
mural Basketball 2 3 4
Ambition Automotive Mechanic
MARY M WAXLLING
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Colo Gu rd 4 Track Club
B e A s I 2 3 4 F ot
light Club 2 Words S. Pic
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Ambition Io be accepted to the
college o mv choice
ROBERT EVERETT WEEDEN
Dependable in every way
Science Club 1 2,3 4.
Ambition: To be successful.
ANNETTE D WILLIAMS
A life full of happiness
Girls Sports 2 3 4 FrenchC1ub
4 Future NursesClub2 Twirl
er 4 Glee Club 1 2 Blue A s
Ambition Nursing School
"You are never idle with imag-
East Rutherford High School
THOMAS PATRICK WELSH
"Life is great."
Baseball 1,23 Basketball 1,2,4g
Homeroom President l,2,4g ln-
tramural Basketball 3gG01f1,2.
Ambition: Join the Army.
owling 34 Girls
Am ition Secretary
smile lf dancing were music ld be
a brass band
Cheerleader 1 23 4 Home
room Vice President 3 Blue
Footlight Club 2 Student Var
ieties 1 2 3 4 French Club 2
4 Guidance Office Staff4 Bowl
ing 14 Press Club 2 Girls
Sports 1 2 3
ELIZA BETH R WETZLER
A peppy sports minded girl
who is a delight to know
Blue A s 1 2 3 Vice President
and Secretary 4 Latin Club 2
3 President 4 Driftwood Staff
4 Magaphone News Writer 1
Megaphone Feature Writer 4
Gym Leader 2 3 4 Girls Sports
1 2 3 4 Homeroom Secretary
1 Footlight Club Treasurer 2
French Club 3 4 Guidance Staff
4 Press Club 1 2 Bank1ngStaff
12 Teen Age Book Club 2
Track Club 2 3 4
Ambition Physical Education
ELEANOR VlV LIAMS
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WOODROW WILLIAMS JR.
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She that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast.
Carnegie Hall comes to Asbury. Make-up time!
The world is but a stage and we are but it's players.
Through these hallowed halls we pass,
Perhaps for the last time en masse.
It takes many links to make a chain,
And each must in itself sustain.
Together our activities make,
A cherished chain which cannot break.
DRIFTWOOD STAFF: Back Row, L to R.: Joe Agris, Beth Leichter, Francia Ehrlich, Myrna Rosen,
Charlotte Chamy, Linda Hagerman, Barbara Naftalis. Front Row: Myrna Skobel, Barbara Carton, Kathie
Frye, Ellen Whitaker, Ann Mueller, Maxine Kohn.
The 1959 Driftwood is the biography of that
very special year we spent as members of the
Senior class at Asbury Park High School.
lt is the story of many people - the adminis-
tration, the teachers, the coaches, and we, the
students, who saw it happen.
With word and picture, we have tried to
piece together the story of our final, glorious
year at A,P,H,S, Our deep thanks go to our
advisor, Peter J. Maher, for his guidance and
the Editor-in-Chief, Myrna Skobel. Myrna is
assisted by the representative staff and the
Monday morning's here again!
editors: Joseph Agris, Business Manager, Ellen
Whitaker, Assistant Business Managerg Maxine
Kohn, Layout Editor, Kathie Frye, Senior Per-
sonal Editor, Barbara Carton, Senior Picture
Editor, Ann Mueller, Group Write-Ups Editor
Michael Van Glish, Group Picture Editorg and
Driftwood student photographer, Jerry Zimmer-
lf, on a distant day, you re-read the Drift-
wood and relive for a moment the happiness
of your high school days, we, the Driftwood
Staff, will be rewarded.
The deadline's here so soon?
MEGAPHONE: Back Row L. to R : Alan Davidson, Doug Friedman,
John Sauer, Elliott Marvel, Barry Sherman, Bob Hazelrigg, Barry
Kwalick, Lenny Levine, Herb Meistrich, Diane Fischer, Joan
Friedland. Next row: Ronnie Baron, Cary Layton, Bill Bradshaw,
Don Corwin, Ken Spielfogel, Ira Kriezman, Jack Ungar, Thomas
Miller, Charlie Goldstein, Dave Belasco, Steve Barcan, Gene
Halpern, Geri O'Brien, Barbara Colangelo, Barbara Steidele, Donna
Tetterman, Sandra Rubin, Sandy Levine. Next row: Marc Massar,
James Harber, Sharon Jackson, Kay Carton, Karen Bass, Liz
For the past four years the Mega-
phone has published a weekly five column
newspaper with a completely modern make-
up, The staff does everything in the form-
ation of the paper except print it. Each
issue of the paper contains news, features,
editorials, cartoons, and sports. Football
and basketball programs are printed. Spe-
cial Thanksgiving, Christmas, April Fools
Day, and Souvenir issues also highlight the
school year. This year the Megaphone has
held Saturday night dances in the gymnasium
Wetzler, Judy Mogelever, Roberta Rubin, Pat Blank, Laura Burnson,
Jane Rosenthal, Liz Rodousakis, Jill Keppler, Toby Appel, Donna
Meistrich, Ruth Scheur, Karen Goldiarb, Harriet Spector, Sandy
Sachs, Eli Bortman. Front rowzlioward Daniel, Ann Marie Flaherty,
Alice Altman, Abbie Lieberman, Linda Rosenheim, Peggy Prior,
Lorraine Hartigan, Lea Freedman, Susan Green, Eleanor Williams,
Shirley Hughes, Charlotte Chamy, Myrna Rosen, Sharon Brady,
Mercedes Mc Afee, Ruth Banker, Bonnie Kanter.
and has sold stationery and book covers to
members of the student body. It is one of
the two weekly newspapers that are printed
in the state.
The editorial staff is headed by Steve
Barcan, and includes Barry Kwalick, Mana-
ging Editor, Ira Kreizman, Sports Editor,
Pat Blank, Feature Editor, Mercedes Mc-
Afee, Copy Editor, Eli Bortman, News
Editor, and Shirley Hughes, Supplement
Editor. The 100 member organization
is advised by Mrs, Ruth Jones.
Where's the rest of the staff?
Even the Editor is put to work!
The membership of the Student Council
is comprised of a representative from
each homeroom, usually the homeroom
president, and the Student Executive Coun-
cil. The Executive Council is made up
of four officers and a boy and girl rep-
resentative from each class. This year's
officers are: Paul Roundy, Presidentg
Ted Johnson, Vice President, Judy John-
son, Secretary, and Kit Coll, Treasurer.
The aim of this year's Council has
been to act as a true representative of
the students, the faculty, and the admin-
HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Back Row L.
to R.: Elliot Marvel, Herb Meistrich, Thomas
Welsh, James Furlong, Ted Johnson, Robert
Layton, Stephen Adler, William Gillespie, William
Graham, Ronald Buist. Next Row: Gary Heller,
Ray Cotton, June De Sarno, Sally Tauchert,
Brian Barrabee, Ken Spielfogel, Carson Mader,
STUDENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL:
Back Row L. to R.: Ralph Vander-
sloot, Paul Roundy, Christopher
Coll, Ted Johnson. Next Row: Diane
Genola, Frank Ten Broek, Bill
Athens, Pam Proctor. Front Row:
Miss Massey, Terry Van Atta, Lor-
raine Hartigan, Judith Johnson.
istration. The activities of the Council
include: taking charge ofassembliesg selling
candy at basketball games, collecting money
for the Cheer Fund, Muscular Dystrophy,
and the Heart Fund, collecting clothes
for the Save the Children Federationg se-
lecting students to represent our school
at various civic projects, and purchasing
service medals and awards for various
organizations of the school.
The Student Council is advised by Miss
Janet Parker, Katherine Rehm. Next Row:
Richard Pickens, Robert Aquilino, Elaine Spino,
Donna Tellerman, Betty AnnMoore, Nancy White-
head, Lois Fruehling, Frances Peluso, Marilyn
Macaluso. Front Row: Harvey Lasky, Barry
Kwalick, Emily Marner, Terry Van Atta, Valerie
Boetticher, Cetta Siano, Elaine Kuchen.
USHERS: L. to R : Barbara Sablove,
Janice Polloway, Jill Keppler, Ann
Mueller, Charlotte Chamy, Paula
Trested, Beatrice Musios, Marcia
Klinger, Barbara Landes, Linda
This year ten senior and
six junior girls were selected
from the Honor Societyto serve
as ushers. They were chosen
for their scholastic ability and
availability. These girls are
present at allassemblies. They
also usher at the various school
functions including the Senior
Night, and graduation.
The head usher for this
year is Ann Mueller and the
advisor is Mr. Peter ll. Maher.
Membership in the Honor Society is
symbolic of academic achievement. The
Society was organized in Asbury Park
High School in 1928 and is sponsored by
the Kiwanis Club of Asbury Park.
Membership is achieved by amassing
a total of six points. These points may
be obtained by earning two points for
each semester on the high honor roll and
one point each semester on the honor roll.
The main event of the year is the
HONOR SOCIETY: Back Row L. to R.: Wallace
Smith, Leslie Kuskin, Joan Schwartz, Linda
Rosenheim, Michelle Laifer, Tiiu Rodima, Ger-
aldine Poeter, Janice Palloway, Joyce Macaluso,
Mary Porreca, Cathy Frye, June Manger, Paula
Trested, Charlotte Chamy, Pat Oldham, Steve
Brawer. Next Row: Bea Musios, Sarah Ter-
williger, Myrna Skobel, Shirley Hughes, Peggy
Pryor, Harvey Conners, Steve Niesen, Jane
induction of the new members. ln this
ceremony, the officers present Honor So-
ciety pins to the new members. The Honor
Society also presents annual awards for
academic achievements in English, Typing,
The officers for this year are Carson
Mader, President, Paula Trested, Vice
President, Paul Roundy, Secretary, and
Barry Kwalick, Treasurer. The advisor
is Mr. Peter Maher.
Rumford, Cynthia Morris, Adele Silverstein,
Jill Keppler, Phyllis Zuckerman, Ann Mueller,
Barbara Naftalis, Barbara Sablove, Nick Antich,
Marcia Klinger, Arlene Werner. Front row:
Barry Kwalick, Mercedes Mc Afee, Henry Arning,
Shirley Varian, Rochelle Purrinson, Linda Hara,
Barbara Landes, Dianne Ward, Elaine Spino,
Steve Barcan, Neal Abello, Dennis Crawford,
Paul Roundy, Carson Mader.
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The Press Club is organized in behalf
of students interested in journalism. Theo-
retical instruction and practical experience
are offered to members as an extracurricular
activity. Under the supervision of the school
and the Asbury Park Press, the club keeps
readers of the Press abreast of student ac-
The Club officers for this year are: Shirley
Varian and Phyllis Zuckerman, Co-Editorsg
Isabelle Hill, Secretaryg and Maryce Jackson,
Typist. The advisor is Mr T. R. Cline.
Meetings are held every Tuesday. An
annual trip to Bear Mountain, New York, spon-
sored by the Press, is the main event of the
year. All students who are interested and who
keep up with their assignments are eligible
PRESS CLUB: Back row L. to R.: Joyce Macaluso,
Barbara Cook, Jo Ann Haddock, Linda Deutsch,
Marilyn Trauben, Bernadette Graham, Judy Kessler,
Hugh Watson, Bruce Fallander, Mary Ann Farry,
Peggy Prior, Ron Taft, Marty Greenspan, Steve
Klitzman. Next row: David Franklin, Sharon Brady,
Shirley Epstein, Pat Oldham, Judy Cotton,
Ann Lyle, Louise Novogrod, Fritzie Rodama, Karen
Springfield, Carol Yarrington, Tobi Schulman, Jo
Ann Zuckerman, Yvonne Dean, Viola Saunders, Mr.
Cline. Front row: Isabelle Hill, Phyllis Zuckerman,
Shirley Varian, Maryce Jackson.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
FUTURE NURSES: Back row l. to r.: Denise Szwajer,
Kathy Horter, Mary Spaulding, Mary Bagwell, Ruth
Goodman, Juanita Massey, Lois Slavin, Carol Otto,
Ursula Geiger, Barbara Hundertpfund, Barbara Davis,
Shirley Cooper, Marcia Alitt, Karen Archer, Barbara
Heinzinger, Judy Roundy, Janet Ungar, Virginia Plas-
teras. Next row: Glenda Grubman, Gail Krause,
Karen Littel, Jacqueline Redmond, Yvonne Dean,
Carol Wakstein, Barbara Mace, Mary Giesselman,
Betty Zucconi, Linda Megill, Judy Motto, Pat Sullivan,
Gloria Smith, Ada Gadsden, Marcia Blake, Joyce
Leventhal, Barbara Steidle, Miss Anna Hahn. Front
row: Doris Laster, Carol Katz, Carol Patwitch,
Beverly Segal, Mary Ann Ziporo, Ellen Jones, Nancy
Mc Knight, Geri O'Brien, Betty Thompson, Edna
Tilton, Gloria Emerson, Carol Smith, Linda Heiman,
Linda Woehrer, Elisa Curto.
The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is
to interest pupils in nursing as a career. lt is
open to sophomore, junior, and senior students.
Meetings are hold twice a month and the second
meeting of the month is usually for a special
program. A banquet is planned as the end of
the year's activities.
One of the main projects of the club is the
Future Nurses volunteer service at Fitkin Mem-
orial Hospital. Members who are over 16 volun-
teer three hours of service a week.
The club also visits the hospitals to acquaint
the girls with nursing in other fields.
The officers this year are Nancy McKnight,
Presidentg Geri O'Brien, Vice Presidentg Lynn
Corcione, Secretaryg and Ellen Jones, Treasur-
er. Miss Anna Hahn, R.N,, capably advises the
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
FUTURE TEACHERS: Back row l. to r.: Diane
Fischer, Pat Bohlman, Linda Friedlander, Mary Ann
Farry, Valerie Boetticher, Betsy Bielefeld, Joan
Berton, Peggy Beradesco, Sharon Brady, Christine
Ray, Carol Rose, Mr. Stout. Next row: Isable I-lill,
Gail Ruesch, Carol Biesky, Sue Eidlin, Judy Friedman,
Robin Madnick, Ruth Levine, Betsy Bennett, Lorraine
Hartigan, Ann Brown. Front row: Beradine Chisolm,
Mary Porrecca, Paula Trested, Lynne Newman, Rita
Uslan, Barbara Green, Irene Torop, Tobi Schulman,
Karen Goldfarb, Joan Berger.
The Future Teachers Club of Asbury Park
High School is a local unit affiliated with the
National Future Teachers Association. The
members are students who plan to enter the
field of education. The clu-b's aim is to
encourage those who are interested in teaching
careers. This aim is accomplished by having
guest speakers and movies. The club also
takes trips to Teachers' Colleges. The upper
classmen have the opportunity to assist teach-
ers in the grammar schools.
The club's president, Barbara Greene, con-
ducts one meeting a month. She is assisted
by Irene Torop, Vice Presidentg Paula Trested,
Secretary, and Lynne Newman, Treasurer. The
club maintains a library which has information
on all branches of the teaching profession and
colleges. The librarian is Phyllis Taft. ln
the spring a banquet is held to close the year's
activities and to install the newlyelected
officers. The advisor is Mr. Leonard Stout.
The primary objective of the German Club
is to stimulate interest in the German people
and in the German language. This is accom-
plished through monthly meetings where films
and slides of Germany are frequently shown.
This year, the German Club held a Christ-
mas party at the home of Sandra Granoff where
German food was served. Funds are being
raised for the annual banquet through the
sale of Asbury Park High School pennants.
The banquet is held in the spring at "The
Hofbrauhaus," a German restaurant in Atlantic
The German Club, now under the direction
of Mr. Brunner, is composed of intermediate
and advanced German students. The officers
are: Steve Molaksy, President, Dennis Crawford,
Vice President, Herbert Towell, Treasurerg
and Carson Mader, Secretary.
GERMAN CLUB: Back row L. to R.: Mr. Brunner,
Peter Clark, Fred Blades, Herbert Towell, Steve
Barcan, Don Schain, Henry Arning, Dennis Crawford.
Next row: Leonard Oppenheim, Steve Grayer, Wally
Smith, Steve Molasky, Garry Heller, Don Pitcher.
Front Row: Patricia Wallace, Tiiu Rodima, Martha
Watt, Lois Shertzer, Jane Rurnford, Joyce Leventhal,
The Asbury Park Junior Classical League,
composed of freshmen and sophomores, was
newly formed this year. Its Purpose is to
promote the spiritual and mental progress of
the youth in membership, and to stimulate
responsibility as a good student. All projects
are undertaken to raise money for the annual
banquet, which is held in April.
Meetings are held once a month for the
freshman and sophomore groups, ln order
to become a member a Latin student must
have an average of 8095, or better. Dues
are fifty cents a year.
The officers for this year are: Freshmen:
Carol Herbison and Vincent Gorman, Co-Con-
sulsg William Gillespie, Secretary, Diane Gen-
ola, Treasurer, Sophomores: Lorraine Hartigan
and Leonard Levine, Co-Consulsg Lea Freed-
man, Secretaryg and Trudy Deutsch,Treasurer.
The advisor is Mr. Mione.
IUNICR CLASSICAL LEACUE
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE: Back row l. to r.:
Harvey Laskey, Ursula Geiger, Christy Prall, Lenny
Levine, Eric Fagans. Next Row: Howard Wasserman,
June De Sarno, Lanny Harrison, Judy Whiting, Janet
Mischler, Sharon Jackson, Jack Simon, Mark Massar,
Don Corwin, Jeff Carton, Kemmy Stokes, Mr. Mione.
Next Row: Carole Gruber, Helen Mantell,Ruth Levine,
Carole Wakstein, Abby Lieberman, Ruth Sheur, Harriet
Spector, Sharon Bosson, Fritzie Kodama, Bette Wei-
ser, Lorraine Hartigan, Alice Altman, Ronnie Baron.
Front Row: Eleanor Nussdorf, Emily Marner, Chris-
tine Ray, Trudy Deutch, Lea Freedman, Barbara
Zauber, Karen Goldfarb, Donna Meistrich, Sandy
Levine, Marsha Katz, Sandi Sachs, Jack Harris,
SENIUR LATIN CLUB
SENIOR LATIN CLUB: Back Row L. to R : Catherine
Haines, Richard Kember, Robert Aquilino, John Sauer,
Kenneth Spielfogel, Jill Tucker. Second Row: Linda
Rosenheim, Catherine Carton, Carol Dodd, Penny
Fettner, Pamela Hroctor, Patricia Blank, LynnWest-
erberg, Roberta Rubin. Front Row: Judith Brower,
Debra 1-lock, Linda Hagerman, Barbara Carton, Eliza-
beth Wetzler, Carol Katz, Jill Keppler.
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This year the Senior Latin Club was formed.
The purpose of this club is to further interest
in Ancient Roman civilization- its customs,
its culture, and its effects on modern civil-
ization. The special project for this year is
to raise money for the "Irene F, Taylor"
award which is given to the senior with the
highest average in Latin for four years.
The meetings take place the second Wednes-
day of every month. All students who have
completed two years of Latin and are taking
third or fourth year Latin are eligible.
The officers for this year are Elizabeth
Wetzler and Kenneth Spielfogel, Co-Consulsg
Debra Hoch, Secretaryg and Pamela Proctor,
Treasurer. The faculty advisor is Mrs. Rachel
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The French Club is one of the oldest or-
ganized clubs in the school. It was formed to
give its members an opportunity to learn more
about French Culture, the French people and
the contributions France has made to the world.
To be eligible for membership, a student
must have completed one year of French with
an average of 802 or better. Meetings are
held the last 'lhuitsday of each month. Guest
speakers Clare invitied to attend French Club
meetings. Soimetimes French films or French
5 ixfiembershgpcfee is 51.50 for me year. To
supplement me treasury, the club members
sell V'BluevlZ-X" T'rophy,,Charms each October.
Fha'proQ'es from this Qale are used to finance
the annual Efeynolkl Club Banquet, held in
Decqjdibertj- N t
l'At the e Clxo the school year, the French
Awardvis p sented to the student with the
highest average inhgrench for three years by
the French Cltibn, Lf
jf' xnhef office sffor this year are: President:
Lie ie Kuskin '4Vice President: Debra Hochg
Se'cretary:J'3'e,verly Beegleg Treasurer: Linda
Hara: Club Advisor: Mrs. Frank Bryan.
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FRENCH CLUB: Back Row L. to R.: Mercedes
MacAffee, Elizabeth Rodousakis, Gail Reusch, Beverly
Seigel, Judy Friedman, Shelia Hara, Maxine Kohn,
Joan Grulich, Gary Layton, Janis Davis, Marilyn
Trauber, Sue Goddard, Diane Lowy, Sam Laufer,
Stewart Farrell, Cynthia Morris, Phyllis Zuckerman,
Ann Brown, Joel Gaines, Bruce Fallander, Henry
Millman, Marshal Mechanich. Next Row: Terry
LaBaw, Amy Sroka, Francia Ehrlich, Jean Silver-
stein, Sue Eidlen, Mary Porreca, Jill Kepler, Ann'
Mueller, Laura Libinsky, Thomas Gasque, Patricia
Oldham, June Manger, Janet Gussack, Roberta Rubin,
Hazel Bagwell, Eva Berger. Next Row: Alan David-
son, Linda Friedlander, Pat Sullivan, Liz Teich,
Charlotte Chamy, Kay Carton, Steve Brawer, Howard
Cohen, Myrna Rosen, Karen Bass, Myrna Skobel,
Joyce Smith, Irene Wiener, Joanne Abamonte, Rochelle
Purrinson, Joanne Haddock. Front Row: Fran Gold-
berg, Jane Schuyler, Margaret Karagias, Beverly
Beegle, Debbie Hoch, Leslie Kuskin, Linda Hara,
Shirley Varian, Annette Sampson, Karen Swenerton,
imma clue t W,
ITALIAN CLUB: Back Row L. to R.: Torn Valente,
George Dellomo, Steve De Seno, Steve Sipos, Jim
Meola, Jim Furlong, Mr. Merli-Advisor. Next
Row: Frances Vaccaro, Sharon Brady, Joyce Maca-
luso, Michelle Miller, Karen Archer, Gail Musto,
Cetta Siano, Theresa Grasso, Joyce Callano, Joy
Garoiolo. First Row: Carl D'Adamo, Sara Ann
Alessi, Madeliene Ruocco, Kathlean Cornell, Rose
Marie Juliano, Sandra Sgxino, Gladys Stern, Peggy
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The aims of the Italian Club are to foster
and encourage pupils to study the Italian lang-
uage and to present to the members a way
and means of gaining knowledge of Italy, its
people and its customs, The club also tries
to encourage the proper type of school spirit
by lending support to all school functions.
Some of its activities include cake sales,
Italian movies, and an annual banquet.
The meetings are held on the third Thurs-
day of each month. Only those students who
maintain an.8O average in Italian can be elig-
ible for membership of the club.
The officers this year are: Peggy Berard-
esco, President, Kathy Cornell, Secretary-
Treasurerg and Madeleine Rucco, Vice Presi-
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TEEN-AGE BO0K CLUB
TEEN-AGE BOOK CLUB: Back Row: L. to R.:
Bruce Biesky, Ronald Taft, Martin Greenspan,Stephen
Klitzman. Next Row: Susan Greene, Shirley Cooper,
Lea Freedman, Abby Lieberman, Elaine Brener,
Beverly Segall, Harriet Spector, Miss Mc Donnell.
Front Row: Pat Oldham, Carol Patwitch, Phyllis
Taft, Barbara Greene, Laura Lubinsky, Candy Gruber,
dent. Mr. Nick Merli is the faculty advisor
The Teen-Age Book Club is a member of
the national organization of the same name
- TAB. All students who enjoy reading are
welcome to join.
The meetings take place once a month in Room
302. The members are given a wide choice
of classics, biographies, adventure, and fiction
books to choose from. These books which are
paper backs cost only 25 or 35 cents. Members
receive a dividend book for every four they
buy. Periodically, books are selected for
discussion which results in a stimulating and
The officers of the Teen-Age Book Club
are: Phillis Taft, Presidentg Irene Torop, Vice
President, Robin Madnick, Recording Secretary
Pat Oldham, Corresponding Secretary, and
Suzanne Kaufer, Treasurer. The advisor is
The aim of the Chess Club are to further
the members-' proficiency in the game of chess,
and promote good sportsmanship and interest
in the game. The principal activities, besides
the weekly games among the members, are the
tournaments with various schools throughout
There are no formal rules as to membership
except continuous activity and payment of the
All members have a standing in the club
attained through the pyramid system, where-
by each member may challange the one above
him, The players who reach the top five
positions form the chess team which com-
petes in the tournaments.
The officers this year are: Steve Niesen,
Presidentg Peggy Pryor, Vice Presidentg and
Cynthia Morris, Secretary-Treasurer. The
club's advisor is Mr. Robert McCurrin.
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The purpose of the Science Club is to
promote student interest in science, both as
a hobby and as a lifetime vocation. Any stu-
dent with a genuine interest in science may
join the Science Club. The meetings are held
The Science Club activities include trips,
movies, radio broadcasts, science-project con-
tests, a trip to the Fort Monmouth Hexagon.
They have had two guest speakersg a research
scientist and a psychologist. In the very near
future the club will visit the Franklin Institute
of Technology in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
They plan to have more guest speakers, movies,
a radio broadcast, and enter science-project
This year the Science Club advisor is Mrs.
Lynch, biology teacher. The officers are:
president, Albert Ehrlich, vice president, Eliot
Marvel, secretary, Roberta F razee.
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CHESS CLUB: Back Row L. to R.: Bruce Fallender,
David Franklin, Jerry Sherman, Barry Carnot, Henry
Grosshandler, Richard Brower. Front Row: Jed
Gaines, Joel Edelstein, Steve Niesen, Peggy Pryor
Wallace Smith, Mr. Mc Gurrin.
SCIENCE CLUB: Back Row L. to R.:Rhoda Lashowitz,
Charles Pieper, Garry Layton, Terry La Baw, Wilma
Nahrwold, Peggy Pryor, Sandra Rubin, Robert Massey,
Arthur Poland, Ralph Vandersloot. Next R.ow:Char1es
Willingham, Pam Newman, Lolly Lubinsky, Barbara
Greene, Hugh Watson, Ted Gaines,Marilynn Trauben,
Karen Shapiro, Roger Sanderson, Steve Becker. Front
Row: Roberta Frazee, Jeffrey Serkin, Dennis Stanley,
Marilyn Fried, Steve Niesen, Albert Ehrlich, Elliot
Marvel, Mrs. Lynch.
DEBATING CLUB: Back Row L. to R,: Gary Layton,
Joyce Leventhal, Barbara Marshall, Vida Saunders,
Jewel Flemming, Dennis Stanley, Steve Klitzman,
Valerie Hinton, Juanita Heggs. Next Row: Martin
Greenspan, Bruce Biefsky, Laura Burnson, Tiiu
R0diI1'11, Leonard Oppenheim, Elliot Marvel, Richard
Brawer, Steve Becker, Terrance La Baw, Carol
Garmiza. Front Row: Tom Gasque, Ronald Taft,
Peg Pryor, Sue Bady, Marilynn Trauben, Tom Miller,
Robert Massey, Bud Pope, Joseph Bruce, Harriet
Spector, Sandy Rubin, Mr. Matthews,
The Debating Club has had a long existence
in A,P,H,S, It is one of the largest clubs in
the school. Its ideals are the development
of poise, personality and character, training in
public speaking and debating fields, and the
providing of social as well as educational
There are sixty-eight members who attend
the weekly meetings and the numerous activities,
including trips to the Tri-State Debating and
Public Speaking contest held at Temple Uni-
versity in Philadelphia, a trip to Washington,
D,C,, and several local functions. To become
a member a student must pay annual dues and
conform to the club constitution.
The officers are Tom Gasque, Presidentg
Myrna Rosen, Vice President, Gary Layton,
Secretary, and Harriet Spector, Treasurer.
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The purpose of the Color
guard is to guard the American
flag and the school flag with
respect and attention at all
times The colorguard parti
cipates at football and basket
ball games Practices are held
weekly with the twirlers an
The girls are selected ac
cording to stature and neat
ness and their ability to march
Mr Bryan Mr Baver and
Mr Gleason select the girls
Membcrs are Mar1anncSaxen
mcper Captain' Nancy Young'
Carol Stctter' Penny Walling'
Penny Fettncr- Blanche Con-
over' substitutes: Dot Yaun'
Elaine Pcyser' Carol Biesky-
and Barbara l-lunterfund.
COLOR GUARD: L. to R.: Carol
Stetter, Marianne Saxemeyer, Mary
Walling, Penny Fettner, Blanch Con-
over, Nancy Young.
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Without its large and colorful Band, Asbury Park
High School would not be complete. The eighty-
seven member marching band is present at all foot-
ball games, Halloween, U.N. Day, and Balloon parades,
and all pep rallies. lts basketball season counter-
part, the Concert Band, plays for all home basket-
ball games, two main concerts, several student con-
certs, assemblies, and commencement excercises.
Both bands perform on WJLK rakio broadcasts. A
Asbury's '58-59 band, conducted by Mr. Frank
Bryan, is one of the largest in the school's history
and among the best. It is kept that way through
daily practice and weekly sectional rehearsals with
instruction for each band member.
To aid him in the hard work of conducting the
band, Mr. Bryan has appointed sectional leaders
who pass out music at games, see that their sec-
tions are in their correct positions, and make sure
that all instruments are properly tuned.
Pat Sykes, majorette, leads the band at all foot-
BAND: Back Row L. to R.: R. Mitchell, B.
Carnot, H. Guskin, O. Jones, R. Wroncy, J.
Nehman, D. Haviland, F. Blades, D. Dickerson,
J. Edwards. Next Row: R. Taylor, I. Wexler,
A. Drieco, D. Bachner, D. Charp, R. Pullen,
B. Hagerman, D. Grandone, R. Edelson, H.
Meistrich, J. Sherman, L. Levine, B. Fox,
A. Bernard, B. Schwartz, A. Hyatt, M. Pryor,
J. Peluso, B. Zindler. Next Row: E. Nesbitt,
A. Pappa, N. Grandone, M. Henry, W. Stevens,
N. Piolantonio, J. Ungar, M. Wishnatsky, J.
Serkin, R- Bauer, G. Layton, B. Simons, J.
Reid, A. Cooper, R. Kramer, E. Bennett, J.
Mc Chesney, P. Caughey. Next Row: J. Simon,
J. Wrubel, L. Oppenheim, L. Novogrod, E.
Rodausakis, M. Rosen,R. Frazee,J.Silverstein,
A. Stanley, S. Klitzman, J. Reed, H. Shulman,
D Rosenblatt, P. Agris, A Poland, S. Barthe-
lemy, R- Michelson. Front Row: M. Blake,
G. Emerson, J Agris, W. Rubin, C- Rozza,
B. Keith, P. Sykes, M. Fried,J, Graff, J.
Stalter, W Patterson, J. Hill, J. Schuyler,
The varsity cheerleading squad consists of
12 girls who cheer at the varsity
and basketball games and at the pep rallies.
Nothing does more for our boys than to hear
the cheerleaders bri
and cheer the team on
ln order to be a
leading squad a girl
ability to cheer, but
social and scholastic
the school, and she
ng life into the
member of the cheer-
must not only have the
she must follow strict
requirements set up by
must show co-operation.
are part of the athletic
department and receive letters and trophies
when they are seniors.
'lhis year the captain is 'lerry Van Atta
and the faculty advisor is Mr, Richard Smith.
The J V cheerleading squad COHSISIS of
eight freshman girls They cheer for the
freshman and Jav vee basketball games under
the direction of Mr Richard Smlth The girls
practice many hours after school learning new
cheers and perfecting the old ones
These girls are selected for their ability
to cheer their co ord1nat1on and co operation
They must adhere to the same rigid rules as
the varsity cheerleaders The J V Captain
for this year is Bonnie Bromberger
lhc yycek that school opens you yyill
rind thc tyyzrlcrs practicing cycry aftcrnoon
and tirst period yyith band on ll'lUI'scldXs and
lridays The girls arc trying to pcrfcct
thcir intricatc routines vyhich arc pcrformcd
at all football and basketball gamcs pcprallics
and paradcs The routincs arc madc up by
thc Captain Patti l icbhardt and arc approved
by N11 llaycr thcir supcryisor
nunibcr of girls thc lcngthy scason and thc
spcc ialty danccs p rtormcd at baskctball gamcs
lhc girls must pass all subjccls and attcnd
all practiccs to be cligible to twirl
Aftcr tyyirling a complctc scason thc girls
arc ayyardcd yarsity lcttcrs and ccrtificates
lhc bcniors arc givcn trophies
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: L. to R.: Irene Wiener,
Jerry Poeter, Elaine Kuchen, Cele Earl, Sue Peshkin,
Janice Auer, Barbara Carton, Sally Van Wickle,
Pam Proctor, Sally Terwilliger, Terry Van Atta,
I V CREEREEADERS
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS L to R Conme
Wetzler, Bonme Bromberg, Lynn Van Atta, Judy
Jeck, Elame Dunlap, Karen Seaberg, Carol Gerbxson,
Birbari Green Karcn SEll.p11'U Ltthy Haines, Lynn
Wcsterbcrg, Pam Ncwm tn, Laura Lubinsky Lois
Shertzcr Gwendolyn Briggs Barbara Buren Sandra
Ftelds Edwint Ptrkcr Ncxt Row Annctte Williams
Joyce R1chardS, Mary Porrcca Tobl Schulm1n,Phyll1s
Harvey, June Manger Kathleen Cornell, Haula
Trested, Glorta Smith, Norma Allen r'e-ggy Bera
desco, Joan Easu Front Row r'att1 L1ebhardt,Capta1n
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SENIOR PLAY CAST: L.. to R.: Back Row: Arlene Werner, Barry Kwalick, Karen, Bass, Donald Schain,
Robert Schulman, Arthur Polhemus, Shirley Hughes, Judy Mogelever, Herbert Meistrich, Margaret Savage.
When the final curtain closed on "Three Blind Mice",
the senior class knew it had added another smash hit to
Asbury's history of successful plays. The play was presented
Friday and Saturday evenings, November 14 and l5.
The plot involves three sisters who leave their Connecti-
cut chicken farm for a glorious vacation at a fashionable
Miami Beach hotel. Their main objective is to find rich
young husbands, but their stuffy family friend and lawyer
threatens to foil their plans. The tricky situations the girls
must meet and solve provide plenty of laughs and the end
result is comedy at its best.
Everyone who in any way contributed to the success of
the senior plavy will always remember both the work and
the fun involved. Who can forget a 90 pound soaking-wet
rug, the lines that were never in the script, or the impromptu
performance of the custodial staff at rehearsal? The cast
did a wonderful job under the direction of Miss Matthews,
What's the matter, Bob?
That's right--tell us all about it!
This is work?
Get up, Barry'
The entire Cast watches Barry Kwai-
ick, a slightly aunsober' member
The Foothght Club conslsts of approx1mately
30 sophomores The flrst presentat1on of the
club was a rad1o broadcast presented on January
14 1959 The mam project of the club IS a
play whlch lb presented for the entlre student
body Other act1v1t1es mclude dramatlc 1nter
pretatlons and poet1c readmgs wh1ch g1VG dra
mat1c experlence and also encourage members
to speak before an aud1ence The plays and
other presentauons were d1rected by the stu
The off1cers th1s year are Ray Cotton
Pres1dent Chr1s Martell V1cePres1dent Carol
Mennle Secretary and Treasurer Susan Hoff
mler Mr Charles Moreland IS the club s
lhe 11ms ot the JLlIllOI' Dldllld Club are to
arouse the mterest of students ln dramauts
to glxe students mterested lll dtllllg an oppor
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P1es1dent ltne Rosenthal Ylee Presltent
Ruth Banker Setleteux and .loan Sthxxartz
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The Canteen Dances sponsored by the As
bury Park I-hgh School Parent Teacher Asso
CIHIIOH, provlde an act1v1ty for the students
that IS w1th1n the1r f1nanc1a1 reach
The fall ser1es conslsted of four dances
whtch were held on Saturday nlghts The
w1nter serles was held after basketball games
on Fr1day or Saturday mghts Refreshments
were supplled by the Canteen Club Popular
Juke box records and local teenage bands
furmshed the muslc
The money obtamed from the dances IS put
mto a scholarsh1p fund to be adm1n1stered by
school Off1C131S and the P T A
The off1cers of the Canteen Club are Larry
Schrelber Pres1dent Ted Johnson, V1ce Pres1
dent and Pam Procter Secretary Mr V111
ap1ano lb the faculty adv1sor and Mrs Ter
w1ll1ger Mrs Musto and Mrs Fa1rch1ld are
P T A representatlves
FOOTLIGHT CLUB Back Row L to R Mr More
land, Jeff Sm1th,SharonJackson,Betsy Wxser, Slurley
Cooper, Marsha Alxtt, Carole Garmza, Abby L1eber
man, Lanny Harrtson, Sally Tauchert, Pam Kxng,
Barbara Colangelo, Barbara Stexdle, Carol Menrue,
Ray Cotton Next Row Helen Martell, Lea Freedman,
Sandy Levme, Fran Leltner, Elaxne Brener, J an Mxsch
ler, Marsha Katz, Lorrame Hartlgan Front Row
Mary Ann Perry, Marie Flaherty, Ahce Altman, Joan
Berger, Carol Gruber, Harrxet Spector, Fr1tz1e Kod
oma, Jean Bagner, June Grader
IllNIOR DRAMA CLUB
JUNIOR DRAMA CLUB Back Row L to R Alan
Davxson, Doug Fnedman, Isabelle 1-hll Marc1aDelany,
Loxs Shertzer Lo1s Salv1n, Charhe Goldste1n, Ruth
Banker, Jay Marowltz, George Slav1n Alan Kuker,
Carol Dodd, Ted Johnson, Sally Van W1ckle Rxchard
Ansell Next Row W1nn1e Kemble Glenda Grubman,
Nancy Barr, Rose Jul1ano Ann Strano, Sandy Spmo,
helm, Alex Plasteras, Joyce Moskow1tz, Lolly Lubm
sky, Don Ansell Howard Cohen, J1m Furlong Front
Row Jul1a Levxttes Joyce Macaluso, Jane Rosenthal,
Karen Shapxro, Norma Femerman, Ethel Red1ker,
Peg Pryor, Bunny Gussak Laura Burnson, Margaret
Karaglas, Pam Newman, Sue Rhoades L1nda Rosen
helm, Ellen Deutsch, Joan Schwartz, Roberta Rubm,
CANTEEN COMMITTEE Back Row L to R Larry
Schrelber, Ted Johnson, Sally Terwxlliger, Barbara
Carton, Dean Vegosen, Paul Roundy Front Row
Pam Proctor, Mrs Falrcluld, Mr Villaplano, Mrs
Terwilliger, Lorrame Hartigan
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VICE PRINCIPAL'S STAFF: Back Row L. to R.:
Mr. Roumanis, Pat Oldham, Arlene Werner, Joan
Schwartz, Joyce Moskowitz, Ethel Rediker, Paula
Trested. Front Row: Inez Ganley, Linda Rosenheim,
Ann Strano, Sandra Spino, Elizabeth Corbo.
The girls on Mr. Roumanis' Staff help in
running our school by taking care of the nec-
essary paper work that goes with attendance.
The girls are required to maintain passing
averages in every subject and must be con-
sidered as top students in all areas of their
school life. The girls report to room 104
instead of attending study periods. Their
duties are to answer the phone, register late
students, return morning attendance slips,
collect daily absentee slips, and record pupils
excused from school. For their assistance,
the girls receive service medals for two years
STUDENT ANNOUNCERS: Back Row L. to R.: Thomas
Gasque, Don Schain. Front Row: Barbara Naftalis,
Elizabeth Wetzler, Diane Lowey.
Elizabeth Wetzler and Donald Shain are
the student radio announcers on W,J,L,K. Each
week Liz and Don prepare and present a 15
minute program entitled "Student Activities
of Asbury Park High School."
Tom Gasque, Diane Lowy, and Barbara
Naftalis are the student disc jockeys. They
present an hour show every Tuesday featur-
ing top tunes of the day.
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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S STAFF: Back Row L. to R.:
Mr. Villapiano, Lynn Van Atta, Elaine Peyser, Janet
Mischler, Terry Van Atta, Martha Schanerman, Joan
Easu. Front Row: Virginia Plasteras, Andrea Bekus,
Marianne Saxenmeyer, Janice Auer, Nancy Young,
The purpose of the Athletic Staff is to
assist the athletic department in typing, filing,
and distributing notices.
The main projects of the athletic staff
are distributing football and basketball cards
which are placed on the bulletin boards, selling
tickets for the athletic events, and creating
good school spirit.
This is the first year Coach Villipiano has
been director of athletics. His staff was chosen
during the first week of school and consists
of thirteen girls, all of whom participate in
ENGLISH BO0K CUMMITTEE
ENGLISH BOOK COMMITTEE: Back Row L. to R.:
Terry Byrnes, Brian Barrabee, Steve Scharf. Front
Row: Carolyn Stern, Pam Newman, Andrea Silver.
The English Book Committee is composed
of students who distribute, collect, store,and
file all books and mimeographed material used
by the English Department. The group is very
helpful to the English Department. They work
during free periods to save the time and effort
of the English Teachers. The group is super-
vised by Mrs. Van Campen.
RED CROSS: Back Row L. to R.: Ralph Vandersloot,
Micky Schreiber, Steve Barcan, Larry Schreiber,
Mr. Fannan. Front Row: Barbara Buren, Barbara
Lass, Pat Katski, Merle Harber.
The Junior Red Cross Committee consists of
representatives from every class who meetonce
a month with their advisor Mr. Fannan.
The members collect money for the annual
Red Cross collection. Other activities include
the presentation of new wheel-chairs to patients
in Fitkin Memorial Hospital and monthly meet-
ings at the County Red Cross Chapter. When
students from other schools are present, awide
variety of ideas are exchanged.
STUCK RO0M CUMMITTEE
STOCK ROOM COMMITTEE: Back Row L. to R.:
Jim Meola, Mr. Smith. Front Row: Jerry Tertzagian,
Jeff Aldarelli, Mike Manger.
The Stock RoomCommittee, under the super-
vision of Mr. Donald Smith, is responsible for the
proper storage and distribution of school
supplies. Themembersofthecommittee relin-
quishtheir activity period in order tocarry out
their duties. The member with the highest
average is designated as the student leader of
the committee. This year's leader is Jerry
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS STAFF: Back Row
L. to R.: Happy Boeticher, Karen Springfield, Nancy
Young, Sue Eidlin. Next Row: Mary Jane Kellers,
Lynne Newman, Joan Berton, Toby Appel. Front
Row: Mary Osborn, Wendy Kessler.
This year a new staff has been added at
Asbury Park High School. It is the Instruct-
ional Materials Staff. This staff assists in
the Instructional Materials Center. The girls
under the supervision of Mr. Richmond, do
secretarial, clerical and messenger work. Most
of the staff members plan to enter the teaching
AUDIO VISUAL SERVICE CRE
The Audio Visual Service Crew operates
instructional equipment for the instructional
material service. They show films, and operate
record players upon the request of teachers.
They are also in charge of the sound equipment
for assemblies and after school activities.
This year the co-chiefs of the Audio Visual
Service Crew are Dennis Bliss and Ed Megill,
and their advisor is Mr. Richmond.
AUDIO VISUAL SERVICE CREW: Back Row L. to R.:
John Ried, David Klinger, Nestor Wizansky, Craig
Pollard, Joseph Ercolino. Next Row: Elliot Borin,
Anthony Grieco, Richard Edwards, Peter Johnson,
James Jones, William Graham. Next Row: David
Mc Fadden, Wayne Jackson, Michael Sangiorgio,
Arnold Cooper, David Miller. Next Row: Bruce
Johnson, Don Bruno, Paul Sparta, Terry La Baw,
Jules Plangere. Front Rowzloseph Schwa.rtz,Wallace
Smith, Bruce Fallender, Dennis Bliss, Edwa.rdMegill.
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HALL MONITORS: Back Row L. to R.: Carson
Mader, Bob Schulman, Dean Vegosen, Norman Hirsh-
field, Ted Johnson, Steve Clark, Bill Meyers, Harvey
Conners, John Sauer, Frank Donato. Front Row:
Ira Kreizman, Larry Schreiber, Paul Roundy, Ken.
Spielfogel, Barry Sherman, Michael Van Glish, Henry
Arning, Dick Finkel.
This is the second year that the Student
Council has sponsored Hall Monitors. Two of
these boys are assigned to each floor every
period of the day. Paul Roundy, as president
of the Student Council, serves as captain.
The monitors have been selected to check
student permits, and to prevent loitering and
littering in the halls. Meetings are held when-
ever it is felt that specific problems need
Any monitor who does not obey all the rules
and regulations of the school is replaced.
GUIDANCE STAFF: Back Row L. to R.: Sandra Rubin,
Carol Gruber, Beverly Segall, Linda Hara. Front
Row: Beth Leichter, Barbara Sablove, Judy Brower,
Debbie Hoch, Karen Bass.
This year Asbury Park High School has
acquired a new staff. It was formed to assist
Mr. Maroney and Miss Vogel in the guidance
department. The girls on this staff have many
duties including the usual office work of typing,
filing, and making appointments. Files with
information on many colleges are being made
to aid seniors in seeking the college of their
CAFETERIA MONITORS: Back Row L to R.: Mr.
Higinbotham, Mike De Sarno, Bill Rudd, Elliot Marvel,
Charles Doyle, Tom Bailey. Front Row: Neal Abello,
George Pulsinelli, Leon Britton, Terry Byrnes, Frank
The duty of the cafeteria monitors is to
help make the work of the cafeteria employees
easier. The monitors keep order and make
sure the cafeteria is kept in a clean, respect-
able condition. They give up their study periods
to perform their duties. Co-captains Terry
Byrnes and Leon Britton direct and co-ordinate
the activities ofthe staff. Mr. Higinbothamis the
FRESHMAN PICTURE COMMITTEE: L. TOR.:Myrna
Skobel, Joe Agris, Jane Schuyler, Nancy Young, Sally
The Freshman Picture Committee, headed
by chairman Nancy Young, is responsible for
making up the picture schedule and assisting
the photographer in taking the freshman pic-
tures. These pictures are used on the students
permanent record cards which are kept in the
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OFFICE STAFF: Back Row L. to R.: Elaine Brener,
Robin Madnick, Fritzie Kodama, Suzanne Kaufer,
Kay Carton, Judy Roundy, Irene Torop, Ca.rol Dodd.
Front Row: Jerry Poeter, Nancy Hammernick, Je'a.n
Burns, Elaine Kuchen,JMargaret Karagias.. ,
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The main office staff, which was organized
in 1934, has a very important function to
perform at Asbury Park High School.
This group, which is composed of Honor
Roll students, has charge of collecting atten-
dance slips, reports, answering the telephone,
delivering messages, and distributing materials,
The group has no regular meetings and
does not select officers. They work during
their free periods and are under the direction
of Mrs. Richards. For one year of service the
girls receive a certificate and for two years
of service a medal.
ASTRONOMY CLUB: Back Row L. to R.: Mark
Kauiki, Jim Sampson, Hugh Watson, Richard Kamber,
David Scharf, Arthur Poland. Front Row: Joe Agris,
Dennis Stanley, David Franklin, A1 Edwards, Henry
Armstrong, Henry Millman, Annette Sampson, Gilda
The Astronomy Club is composed of students
interested in astronomy. There are no formal
rules for membership eligibility.
Weekly meetings are held, at which time guest
speakers entertain. Trips are taken to Hayden
Planetarium and Franklin Institute and Observa-
tory. Sometines evening meetings are held
and a study of the stars and planets is made
The officers for this year are Arthur Poland,
President, Roberta Frazee, Vice President,
Joseph Agris, Treasurer, and Jo Anne Haddock,
Secretary. The advisor is Mr. Joseph Walsh.
The Track Club is nde nce of
Mr. Augustus Villapian . Th icers are:
Robert Schulman, P identg a Kreizman,
Vice President, ' nia Pla eras, Secretary,
and aron Tag , Tr urer.
On is an or a ' atio devoted to publicizing
L nd ro ing est in Asbury Park High
Sch ol a tic t s.
here re no,rAe ictions as to member-
p, O 100 bers meet every other
hurs in t oys' Gym. There, the active
g o formul s its ma plans and projects,
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sa e o lott rs ea sch les a ca e
sale d the pre ation f ets to grad-
a ' g members f th tr t m. The club
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up teams in the Sh Grammar School Soccer
if Tournament, and assists at track meets.
TRACK CLUB: Back Row L. to R.: Mr. Villapiano,
Doug Friedman, Dean Vegosen, Bob Aquilino, Neal
Abello, James Furlong, Frank Donato, Mike Scat-
uorchio, Don Martin, Ken Spielfogel, Mike Van Glish,
Fritzi Kodama, Nick Antich, Pat Scutellaro, Sharon
Taggart, Pam King, Ellen Douglas, Cele Earle,
Ginny Travis, Lea Friedman. Next Row: Nancy
Pearlmutter, Ruth Banker, Penny Fettner, Kathy
Haines, Lynn Westerberg, Donna Newman, Robert
Taylor, George Ruding, Delores Scalzi, Jo Ann Zucker-
man, Elaine Brener, Betty Ann Moore, Lynn Van
Atta, Sandra Waltz, Mary Ann Bott. Next Row:
Winifred Kemble, Yvonne Dean, Jancie Davis, Jacque-
line Redmond, Judy Jeck, Penny Morse,Donna Keeler,
Jerri Poeter, Carol Herbison, Betty Weiser, Sandy
Fields, Fran Leitner, Carol Gartland, Sissy Griffen,
Terry Van Atta. Front Row: Fran Goldberg, Beverly
Siegle, Roslyn Furman, Barbara Cantor, Ira Kreizman,
Nancy Young, Sally Terwilliger, Robert Schulman,
Barbara Zauber, Peggy Newman, Connie Wetzler,
Jo Ann Abbamonte.
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LIBRARY STAFF: Back Row L. to R.: Joann Haddock,
Pat Bohlman, Elsa Green, Pat Sykes, Jill Tucker,
Marcia Delaney, Andrea Silver, Miss Schnell. Front
The Library of Asbury Park High School
is kept -in top-notch condition by seventeen
library assistants, under the direction of Miss
Ruth Schnell. The girls are chosen at the
beginning of each year on the basis of scholar-
ship, dependability, efficiency, and personality.
The various duties of the members are keeping
the books dusted and in order, cheeking books
for the students, delivering attendance slips,
Row: Doris Hammernick, Jane Rosenthal, Shirley
Hughes, Linda Megill, Susan Goldberg, Caroline Stern.
and labeling and shelving the books.
As a reward for their work, a trip to New
York City is planned in the spring. Each year
the Sue Kraybill Award is presented to the
most deserving girl.
The officers for this year are: Shirley
Hughes, President, Elsa Green, Vice President,
Linda Megill, Treasurer, and Pat Sykes, Sec-
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CHORUS Back Row, L to R William Mac Donald, George Dellomo, Eugene Beauford, John Cook, Viola
Saunders, Cicely Sanders, Alma Anderson, Gloris Hill, Richard Wroncy Next Row BenD1G1ron1mo,
Ben Bailey, Roland Manuel, Stephen Sypos, Eleanor Williams, Lynn Lundy, Irene Garis, Barbara Kallim,
Yvonne Clayton, Florence Lacity L1nda Kimbrough Next Row Ronald Watt, Douglas Paff, George Berger,
Barry Edwards, Mae Raitt, Ceclia Frasca, Susan Umstead, Pat Brown Next Row William Todd, Joseph
Kimbrough, Bruce Dravneck, Edward Rob, Patricia Kimbrough, Nadine Badger, Patricia Roberts, Susan
Feinstein, Patricia Polhemus
The students who are members of the chorus are selected from the vocal music
classes It is the aim of these classes to expose students to various vocal tech
niques theory harmony ear training and music appreciation
A great deal of time in class is devoted to preparing music for the various
programs that the chorus performs throughout the school year.
The music program is open to all studentsg however, a student must show a
certain degree of advancement if he is to continue in the course. The chorus offers
the students interested in music wonderful opportunities and they gain valuable
experience in solo and group singing.
The vocal music classes are under the direction of Mr. Bruce Baver. The piano
accompaniments are supplied by Richard Wroncy and Susan Umstead.
Through these hallowed halls we pass,
Perhaps for the last time en masse.
Sports help man to act as one,
In which way much more is done.
Throughout life tearnwork's required,
And through athletics it is acquired.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Back Row L. to R.: Coach Bruno, Michael Manger, Ralph Vandersloot, Art
Brerman, Warren Rodkin, Henry Arning, Bill Rudd, Brian Barrabee, Jerry Feeny, Dennis Lerner, Edward
Watt, Ed Koch, Jim Meola, Coach Rinehart. Next Row: Lee Rokeach-Assistant Manager, Sam Peluso,
Mike Dugan, Terry Byrnes, Doug Gatta, Charles Willingham, Chris Christensen, Chris Coll, Steve Molasky,
Dean Vegosen, Barry Shapiro, Mike Klinger, PhilBertole, Lee Johnson, Martin Schwartzman-I-lead Manager.
Front Row: John aicliano, Joel ochwartz, Nelson Faddies, Barry Slott, Ken Holland, Leon Britton, Roland
Manuel, Mike Corcione, Tony Apicelli, Jeff smith, Bob Bunting.
The Asbury Park High School Varsity Football Team of 1958 under the reins of Coaches
"Butch" Bruno and Lachman Rinehart enjoyed another successful season. Although the
"Bishops " lost four of their first five encounters they finally "saw the light" and went on
to win the remaining four games, thus clinching a second place berth in the Shore Conference.
The "Parkers ", hampered with injuries throughout the beginning of the season, dropped
a hotly contested game to Manasquan, who emerged Shore Conference Champions, and another
to the powerful New Brunswick eleven. After a heartbreaking loss to a highly rated, but
outplayed Union squad, the "Blue and Black" smashed Neptune, 37-12, amazinga crowd of
5,000 with sparkling play. A loss to Red Bank turned the tide as the "New Bishops" soundly
whipped the Perth Amboy and Freehold aggregations and went on to beat our arch rival,
Long Branch, 7-0. The "Parkers" continued their winning ways by defeating Middletown in
the 'Turkey Day Classic" and the concluding season with a 5-4 record.
The "Bishop" back field, when intact, was comprised of Co-captain Ken Holland, who
was named to the 'All County" team, Chris Christensen, a fleet footed halfback with a sure
passing arm, Brian Barrabee, who tore many enemy lines to shreds, and Leon Britton,
winner of the Deneger Award.
The Asbury line was anchored by "All Shore" Mike Dugan, Co-captain Jerry Feeny and
Chris Coll, both members of last year's "All Shore" team, Jim Meola, a Junior making
his third varsity football letter, Steve Molasky, playing his first year of football as a senior,
Nelson Faddies, who played fullback as well as end, Charles Willingham, Mike Corcione,
Art Brennan, and the punt specialists, Ed Koch and Dean Vegosen. The services of Tony
Wreiole were sorely missed as he suffered an injury during the Brunswick tilt.
The Jay-vees, never loosing heart, had a winless season, but things looked brighter as
the Freshman squad maintained a flawless record until their final game of the year.
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Keys, Caleb Morris, Wynn Phillips, Alan Blankfield, Eugene Beauford, Ronnie
Youmans, Bill Savage, Gary Abrams, James Sheridan, Garrett Giberson,
Bill Walton, Ed Robinson, Coach Richard Smith. Front Row: Willie Hampton-
Manager, Alan Davis-Manager, Ed Robinson, Jeff Carton, Danny Lee, Lenord
Berman, Richard Mc Glone, Steve Clark, Ben Bailey, Bruce Hagerman, John
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1957 Gruvreau, Bill JOIIHSOH-
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7 Manasquan 13
0 New Brunswick 31
12 Union 14
37 Neptune 12
7 Red Bank 19
26 Perth Amboy 0
26 Freehold 6
7 Long Branch 0
18 Middletown 13
FRESHMAN TEAM: Back Row L. to R.: Coach Osgoodby, V. Gordon, W. Olson,
R Petraro, W. Holland, L. Dickerson, T. Holland, H. Nonnenberg, G. Mueller,
G. Plasteras, C. Sofield, H. Darling, J. Mahon, Coach Smith. Next Row:R.
Vogel, R. Buist, G. Bailey, R. Smallwood.
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Coach Villapiano, Carson Mader, Paul Roundy,Art
Brennan, Ken Spielfogel, Bill Hutzley, Henry Arn-
ing, Mike Van Glish, John Sullivan, Rusty Mc-
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The Asbury Park High School 1959 Var-
sity Basketball Team, although a far cry
from championship caliber, provided many
exciting moments for Asbury fans. Under
the direction of Coach Gus Villapiano the
"Bishops" took two out of three from both
Long Branch and Neptune, our foremost
rivalsg was the only quintet to defeat Shore
Conference Champions, Red Bankg and threw
quite a scare into the New Brunswick and
Emerson powerhouses, bowing out only in the
final minutes of play. The 'Parkers' closed
the season successfully by defeating one of
the big names in New Jersey basketball,
Union Hill, by a large margin.
Ken Spielfogel copped high scoringhonors
for the year with big Bill Hutzley trailing
close behind, The 'Big Fellow' should be
quite a threat to opponents in the future. John
Sullivan proved to be a great surprise as he
Manager, Ted Johnson, Frank Ten Broeck, Barry
Shapiro, Ira Kreizman, Jim Garrity, Doug Gatta,
Larry Schreiber, Leon Britton, Arlee Reno-Man-
played outstanding ball throughout the year
and emerged as a potential scoring threat at
the close of the season Nelson Faddies, who
joined the club in the middle of the season,
added a much needed punch to the team.
Three boys who shared the guard position
with great success were Hank Arning, who
hit for double figures many times, Frank
Ten Broeck, a real hustler, and ballhawk,
Jim Garrity, Mention must be made of Car-
son Mader, Paul Roundy, Doug Gatta, Leon
Britton, and Ted Johnson who all turned in a
The Jay-vee and Freshman squads fared
much better as Danny Lee, Stew Rushton and
Ralph Vandersloot led the 'Jays' to a 10-8
season. The Freshmen sported a fine 13-5
record behind the strong play of Hank Nonen-
burg, Walt Hollend, Vince Gorman, Sal Bera-
desco and George Plasteras.
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VARSITY TEAM: Back 'Row L. to R.: Coach Mc Gurrin, Coach Snow, Donald Martin, Kemneth Holland,
Brian Barrabee, Kenneth Spielfogel, Henry Arning, William Waldeyer, Ralph Vandersloot, Wendell Griffith,
Coach Adkins. Front Row: Robert Schulman, steven Kessler, Robert Pines, James Sangston, Bruce
Crowell, Bart Siciliano, Frank Ten Broeck, Ira Kreizman, Ted Johnson, John Higinbotham, Tom Valenti.
Headed by an impressive array of outstanding
players, the 1958 Varsity Baseball Team proved
to be the best high school nine in the shore area.
Under the direction of Coaches Ray Adkins and George
Snow, the "Bishops" were the Shore Conference Champ-
ions, sporting a record of ten wins and two setbacks
and compiling an overall record of twelve victories
against five losses for the year. The team was
captained by shortstop, Bruce Crowell, and catcher,
Credit must be given to the following boys who
performed better than average during the season's
playg Don Martin, who received a trophy for getting
on base the greatest number of times and for the
highest batting average, Jim Sangston, recipient of
the Deneger Award for an unsung player, Bob Pines,
Bruce Crowell, Don Martin, and Bill Waldyer, who
copped starting positions on the first Shore Con-
ference All Star Team. Steve Kessler should also
be recognized as one. of the shore's best pitchersg
he had a record of 6-0 for the year in conference
BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1958
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Henry Arning, Ralph Vandersloot, William Savage, Mike
Manger, steve Pessin, Mike Dugan, Mike Klinger, Coach
Snow. Front Row: Dean Vegosen, Barry Druesne, Law-
rence Johnson, Richard Belofsky, Steve Braun, Ira. Sheri-
dan, Ted Johnson, Stu Rushton, Barry Slott.
Put it there!
FREQHMAN TEAM: Back Row L. to R.: Coach Mc Gurrin,
Ray Dahrouge, Bill savage, Mike Manger, Bill Gilman,
Dean Vegosen, Ronny Youmans, John Grauveau. Front
Row: Charles Urbinek, George Dellomo, Sam Laufer,
John Yaun, Neil oolomon.
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The 1958 Cross Country Team under the watchful eye of
Coach Gus Villapiano had a successful season as they were
ranked near the top ten in the state and among the top six in
Central Jersey. Manfried Geiger, captain of the harriers, was
rated twenty-ninth in the state, eleventh in the shore and
produced many wins for the "Bishops " with the aid of Woodrow
Williams, winner of the Denegar Award, Howard Cohen, Jim
McCurry, Rusty McLoughlin and Ron Wiltshire,
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R.: Ralph Gardner, Frank Syphax, James
Wilmo re, Woodrow Williams, Dave Brantley,
Howard Cohen, Manfred Geiger, Carl Jones,
Adrian Mc Loughlin, Ronnie Wiltshire, Ken
Mackey, Coach Villapiano. Next Row: Ray
Auen, Lawrence Beverett,Gary Heller, Barry
Fox, Joe Bozzelli, Ronald Baron, Jerry Neh-
man, Robert Agris, Jay Harris, William
Frankel, George Manuel, Elliot Marvel, Reg-
inald Pleasant, Ken Martin. Front Row: Ray
Kaplan, Stuart Grubman, Mickey Schreiber,
Paul Agris, Clarence Dizard, Joe Reed, Rich-
ard Mc Hale, Harold Crenshaw, Ronald Watt.
VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Back Row, L. to
R.: Coach Merli, Ed Koch, Bill Rudd, Dennis
Crawford, Ray Mazza, Jack Candiano, Bill
Hutzley, Howard Cohen, Ed Watt, Willie
Beauford, Carson Mader, Coach Smith. Front
Row: Robert Taylor, Ted Petoniak, Woody
Williams, Dave Brantley, Manfred Geiger,
Robert Bunting, Don Schain, Terry Byrnes,
Bill Shortt, Frank Syphax.
The 1958 Varsity Track Team was one of the finest in the
shore's history. The "Parkers" copped eight of their nine
dual meets and won the Mommouth-Ocean and Shore Confer-
ence Championships. They took a close second position in
the State Conference Meet and a third in the annual State Meet
The season was, highlighted by the fantastic sprinting of
"State Champ", Frank Budd. Among a whole host of various
accomplishments, Budd chalked-up a new state mark in the
100 yard dash and posted an astonishing time of 9:6 seconds.
He also tied the state record in the 220 yard dash and was one
of the state's best high jump artists. Scholastic Coach maga-
zine also named him as one of the four top dash men in the
The "Bishop" 880 relay team broke all existing ledgers
at the Bridgeton Relays with Budd, Lyons, Bunting and Scott
carrying the baton in an incredible 1:31:7.
It will be a long time before Asbury will see the likes of
Frankie Budd and the 1958 track team again.
INDOOR TRACK TEAM: Back Row, L. to
R: Bob Bunting, Willie Beauford, Steve Mol-
asky, Frank Donato, Don Schain, Manfred
Geiger, Coach Merli. Next Row: Caleb Mor-
ris, Dave Belasco, Robert Scheneck, Wood-
row Williams, Ronald Wiltshire, Sam Jones,
Ralph Gardner, Joe Bozzelli. First Row: Joe
Kimbrough, Henry Griffin, Ed Mc Loughlin,
Roy Kaplan, Matthew Addison, Reginald Plea-
sant, Larry Basden, Larry Beverette.
The Asbury Park High School Indoor Track Team of 1959
was not impressive with power, but appeared to be one of the
best balanced teams in many winters. Expected standouts on
the boards this year are Manfred Geiger, Don Schain, Wood-
row Williams, Robert Bunting, Willie Beauford and Ed Koch.
Under the direction of Coach Nick Merli, the "Bishop track-
sters" seem in store for a good season after handily defeating
long Branch early in the year.
There are thirty-five gym leaders who assist in the Girls
Physical Education Classes. These girls are chosen after
careful consideration with due emphasis given to the following
factors: leadership, scholarship, health, athletic ability,
honesty, personality, and participation in after school sports.
These girls are a very busy group. They assist Mrs. Shaw
and Mrs. Rinehart, the girls' gym instructors, in various
ways. Some of their important duties are taking care of equip-
mentj checking attendance, checking class uniforms, checking
valuables, officiating at sports, and helping the gym teachers
in every possible way.
OFFICIALo: Back Row L. to R.: Lorraine I-lartigan, Louise Novogrod,
Shirley Varian, Jancie Auer, Betsy Bennett, Linda Hara, Jeannie
Silverstein, Francia Ehrlich, Pat Rogers. Front Row: Maryce Jackson,
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Kathleen Cornell, Louise Novogrod, Joyce Macaluso,
Betsy Bielefeld, Barbara Hundertpfund, Jeannie
Silverstein, Francia Ehrlich, Liz Wetzler, Janice
Auer, Barbara Carton, Sally Van Wickle, Judy Cat-
talona, Betsy Bennett. Front Row: Joyce Gibson,
Jerry Poeter, Lynn Newman, Sue Hoffmier, .sharon
Taggart, .Tune De oarno, Joan Berton, Beverly oegall,
Maryce Jackson, Patty Rogers, Shirley Varian, Bea
miss is as good as a mile!
SENIOR BAQKETBALL TEAM: Back Row L. to R.: Kathleen Cornell, Paula
Trested, Dot Yaun, Marianne Saxenmeyer, Janice Auer, Paula Jamison, Adie
Reiter, Maryce Jackson. Front Row: Francia Ehrlich, Leslie Kuskin, Linda
Hara, Terry Van Atta, Mary Porreca, Bea Musios, Phyllis Harvey.
Basketball is the most popular sport sponsored by the Blue A's.
There are 160 girls participating this year. After light practices,
squads are chosen. These squads are graded according to practices
attended and skill, however, any girl, regardless of skill, may play on a
squad in intramural competition. Only the most highly skilled girls
play in inter-school games. The following standard is used to select
this group: sportsmanship, skill, health, and attendance at practices.
All of the games and practices are officiated by the girls who receive
their training in gym class and after school.
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is an informal one. New teams are chosen at each
practice until the last week in May and then permanent class teams are
chosen. These teams compete with each other to determine the school
SOFTBALL: Back Row L. to R.: Janice Auer, Car XA!f'cher, Louise Novogrod, w-fu.. nl fa-Ma,
Elsa Green, Bea Musios, Barbara Carton, Sue A4631 A. Front Row: Liz Wetzler,
Pat Rogers, Pat Roberts, Shirley 'Varian,i Qa'renJLittel, Annette Williams.
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