Asbury Park High School - Driftwood Yearbook (Asbury Park, NJ)

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'fish Nu NJ 1 UTHE M M M mmwom S Y THE SEINHOR CLASS QBSRQURY PARK HIGH SQQOOL n- I h ,,.. 5-W' , af. f..- fsni' -Q ,14 igzff' 4-raging' f ,Je 'Q i.ff"Lf+ X .1-1fg,v??fH'T-, . 9 - Egfr ' if Y? " 'V ,RL ff, 'ffrz X .J V. ' 1- ' 4,23 ..iQggg,,r 3332. , f,-ef' J. 'Ig- 51? F-f"'f'f gf 'i' 5- +' ,- ., .5 MQZQK.- 5' .s-. M, , ,ef-. 12f'5fE'f"'j2a?-rg Jgfgu- I , ,. ' f2fff2:.f . if ,7 1' 4- Q L L Q Jiugwmfif' ' W, T fix , if 1 Q- HA.-. Qf'f'?.,f',-1' ' - .i-,-,, '-nr!" ,hgh . 1. Eu- nf , 2 isa. 9' mmf 1 Nr My J M9615 4 H A 'fi 4 fi? ,v ,, ,ps ,,, 'LI :S -sf ' 53: if Y ,,,,m,X , InMem01y of 101-IN FITZG MLB KENNEDY Tlzfrfy President of file Unfiecl States May 29, 1Q17"' November 22, 1963 We of the graduating class of 1964, dedicate the Driftwood in memory of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. With youthful enthusiasm, he inspired us to strive for those qualities of courage, leadership, and integrity, which he so brilliantly set as examples. His goal, a World where all men will live together in peace, is now our goal. We can best express our feelings for our late President and our pride in America, by trying to live up to the faith he had in America's youth. We hope that his death will not have been in vain, and that his life be a symbol for the Whole World to remember. "Ask not what your country can do for you, but 'what you can rlo for your covmtyryf, ii! Q.. KN Q, XX.. M. I Board of Education WILLIAM NOVOGROD JOHN H. MILLER SHERMAN MISCHLER President Vice Presxdent PAUL S. PELUSO LUCILE B. SAYRE Assistant Superintendent and Secretary to Board of Education JOSEPH F. ZACH Superintendent of Schools DR, HARRY S. HILL ""!'luu..., Principal JOSEPH S. BUSHINGER UWM r VICEPRINCIPALS Ax Nh Q AMX LNCV A x ,, S ROS ROUMANIS DONALD J. SMITH R ice Principal Vice Principal gy , !fP'Vi GUIDANCE ATTENDANCE ROBERT H. DENTEL BARTHOLOMEW SIQILIANO Chairman of Guidance Department Attend-91109 Offlce ,- C0-ORDINATUR 'Qieu...,,,.d,. LESTER M, EDDINGER Vice Principal SECRETARIES if? JANE RICHARDS Secretary to the High School Principal 'iz -4,- GRACE BACH JEAN REDDEN Secretary to Secretary to Assistant Superintendent Superintendent of Schools HOWARD R. RICHMOND Coordinator of Instructional Materials SECRETARIES: 1. to r., Ethel Barnett, Helen Ferris, May Hill, Grace Walther, Elizabeth Scherer BUOKKEEPERSI MURIEL MORGAN GLORIA COPELAND DORIS LITTELL Guidance . , -N Q1-ppm? Q t' 1? 4 L L, to R5 Anthony Talocci, Frank Rizzi, Robert H, Dentel, Isaiah Young, Arthur J, Maroney. May Hill This one sounds nice. Get me to my class on time. Ineed Help! Instruenonal Materials Center Am I communicating? BACK ROW, L to R5 Holly Newma.n, Susan Rosenberg, Nancy Neima.n. FRONT ROW, Carol Delhagen, Ray Mc- Ormond,Esther Borenstein. BACK ROW , L, to R, Charles Burr, Steve Starke, Walter Hazelrigg, Ray McOrmond, Mr. Hoopes. FRONT ROW, Larry Beverly, Barry Skobel, Robert Schmidt, Jay Steen. Help Yourself. It's work but it's fun. Agnes Craig, secretary. BACK ROW, L, to R, Mr. Lee, BertyHeitmue1ler, Michael Frankel, Mitchell Blum, Gary Thomas, Vernell Siwinton, Phil Wylie, FRONT ROW, Norm Mayersohn, Fred Baatz, Wanda Johnson, Mark Asch, Jay Schoss, Harold Suggs. - ...- S ' , fer, 1 The Mi Facultywj 1964 KX n T M ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW: L, to R. Lois Fink, Ruth S, Jones, Edward F, Warner, Edward B, Shaw, Thomas D, Williams, Robert Meehan, Richardfw if A, Johnstone, George Andreach, Barbara J. Mazza, Corrine B, Thomas. NEXT ROW: Dorothy Relles, Esther L, Thompson, Beatrice A. Van Campen, Chairman, Mary L, Matthews, Claire K, Angrist. R, Bernice B, Sender, Luther S, Moyer, Donald S, Waida, Leonard S, Stout, Peter J, Maher, George L, Thompson. NEXT ROW: William G, Kern, Gerald W, Higinbotham, Evelyn H, Ross, Chairman, William X. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW, L, to Q it Esberg, Ruth D, Meserve. X I g'F'AKy "The rio man is not one w 0 is in possession o muon, out one w o gwes muc I LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW: L. to R, Dorothy Relles, John H, Brunner, Nicholas J, Merli. NEXT ROW: Mary L, Matthews, Claire K, Angrist, June B, Letsche, Chairmang Mary I, Bryan, Dorothy G, Liberman. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW: L, to R, Robert O, Hart, William B, Brtmo, Joel R, Popler, Michael L, Gorra, Christopher P, Wills, Russell C, Leidy, Carl D, Armaitage. NEXT ROW: Thomas J, Boylan, Thomas S, Sobieszczyk, Donald B, Lloyd, Chairmang Anna L, Lieberman, Michael F, Del Pozzo. Tbixn SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Back Row, L. to R. Gerard J, Piserchia, Henry C, Johnson, A, Bruce Cameron, Joseph V, Peluso, NEXT ROW: Gladys G, Willman, -Lewis P, Givler, Dorothy S. Pearce, Chairmang George L, Thompson, Dolores A, Lynch. k , BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW: L, to R, Laurence R, Osgoodby, David W, Egbert, Edgar B, Coffey, Edward N, Murray, Allen B, Weissberger. NEXT ROW: Alfred H, Hyatt, Emanuela P, Peluso, Chairman, William Junda, 2 5 f 1 5 5 Y' INDUSTRIAL ARTS, FINE ARTS, AND HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT: BACK ROW, L, to R, George R, Hartman, Gordon L, Sarti. NEXT ROW: Richard J, Meyers, Katherine M. Massey, Stanley E, Baston, Chairman, Ruth B, Morano, Frances W, Fettner, il-9 5 ,ff rx .f . ,T Ts, eq W 5 'W Mi, V .-,.,,,,. , Mx, Q nm V , , ' 1. kwin--7' sp NK W1 f nf , J A N , . 7 'VJ' T J WR, J ,rf ,f J 1 , . , A . J 14' l ' X , , 4 La A Ei A 1' w Rv , V , fa , Al L . PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: BACKROW, is A , mf it W L, to R, Donna L, Rennewanz, Paul B. Saylor, Sergio 0 1 H , .T,v2,,,,,Tw ,f ,W L Rey, Robert H, Arents, Norman M, Brosniak, NEXT 'ki if W ' 4' U N Q3 ,xy S ROW: Jane H. Gardner, Helen D, Shaw, F, Lachman F Rinehart, Chairman, Augustus E: Villapiano, Doris ' R, Rinehart. xz L' J ,rf 'SJ y J .f QQ 7 ,Q J 4 , if QP ,x I7 Medical Staff MUSIC DEPARTMENT: L. to R, Frank A, Lihrary Staff MEDICAL STAFF: L, to R, Ruth Von Spreckelsen, R,N,, Dr, Anthony Rifici, Anna M. Hahn.R. N. Music Department rt! N " filieil ' ' 1 K 4' LIBRARY STAFF: L, toR, Miss Ruth Schnell, Mrs, Jean Kramer, Mrs. Lois Fink. L Z Y EY 'v C I Xa, E Maintenance and Custodial Staff MAINTENANCE AND CUSTODIAL STAFF: BACK ROW L. to R. Walter Thomas, Henry Patterson, William Dickerson, Burnett Morrow. NEXT ROW: John Stewart, Harold Dowling, Joseph West, John W, B, Ferguson, Supervisor of Maintenance Department. Cafeteria Staff CAFETERIA STAFF: L, to R. Howard Carpenter, Carmella Sellitto, Gladys Feddeler, Clifton Cason, Elizabeth Dickerson, Evelyn Goldfarb, ME L,iy,, V , r I9 ,A ddr., 5 V If "zW, vW3w5fl Y 'ff ,Q vig 1 -,gf Ji' 6 , f' i'a" f-9351 5.?f5ffg32gj5f82:5Q if if,JifA,Q,f 5,.'y if is ' A X ww-Q ,- X' 'qi , A Qi '?A'f?l Q l ' yy 'E -b 'Y an , 5' w . 9, , V xr?-Q 3 ,N - f iZf,f-J- iff' ,fr bWQh 'ff. 1, . n, ' ind, I fin, "NK x!:4" .5' 'rm xx -k". A. KW Q xY A Ay .ag fri! . ' A .1 51359 gtg? U3 F 2 S K , wg' K Y' , ff? -7 I t KL jim D my Ag? ' hx .1 4 1 -4 A +A g'1f? 'ifh' ""w'Rff 1 ff-.. ' rf fi' ' N fv ff, 'rf' Q " 5-"' wfdi ff -wwf: -Y -ff' 2- :5'w"i'3-5 1 f , 2 kSQr'xX QQ: iw I' 4 ' 51' K 1 5 ,F kd, Twill .245 41 F ,Ak Av: nw ,X rkakrfaztirq ,V . , . b .. . M w f .J-'xg Q . Q K bf ,M X Vg, 'H' 'fy' QQ an Ln Ami M L 5 ' Q , . 'Tm ig, fy, ' .nf yljf f A if? 1 f' ii L' if 'V new Q-f - fx -f V W "M'g"'Q'5 f ' f"f A52 if Qfijif lfQ.Q3,ijQ.,5AmsL,ff,.55ggi.z. 11. F'.?g.--zJn. x S' '19, ff' xf f ?, Q 2 s 3 If K rkkk ,.k xnif www ,L.'. f ZVAA 1? ':-,,.,-A'..' .VIV A ul 3" Ei VVk.h K 9 .,,,g, 4 ff ,,:2 .,1., I K 2' iiv -AAF .,,W if im' x 1 A i 2 Ehzabeth Grayson, Greg Crawford, Arlene Schmaier, Theodore Rose Senior Class Officers THE SENIOR CLASS 'We were Zvorn fo unite wfilz our feflowmen, and fo join in community with file human race. H ROBERT C. ABBOTT "Abbott" Intramurals 3,45 Booster 3,43 Track 3,43 Hall Monitor 2,3. College: University of Vermont Future Plans: To join the Air Force, then special forces. JOHN F, ABEL "Skeet" Hall Monitor 4, Future Plans: To become a black- smith. ARTHUR ACKER HACkH Asbury Park High School Radio Ann- ouncer 3,4, Science Club 2,3,4g Science Fair Award: Homeroom Vice President 4: Intramural Basketball 2, Captain 3, 4, Driftwood Homeroom representative 43 Athletic Staff 4, Cross Country 1,25 Outdoor Track 1,25 Camera Club 2: German Club 35 Intramural Bowling 2,3,4g Track Club 4, Student Council Publicity Committee 4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To become a scientist. ROBERT ADAMS "Blooper" Baseball l,2,3,4g Intramural Bowling 2, 3,45 Varsity Bowling 3,43 Cross Country lg Varsity Wrestling 23 Homeroom Pres- ident 3,45 Science Club 4g Intramura.l Basketball 4: Student Council Publicity Committee 4g Booster Club. Future Plans: To be an engineer. Cice ro KAREN FRANCES ADDEO Future Teacher's Club 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Homeroom Sec- retary 3,43 Intramurals l,33BoosterClub l,2,33 Intramural Bowling 2,3,4. College: Glassboro Future Plans: To be an elementary school teacher. MARTIN ERNEST ADLER "Marty" Treasurer of Student Council 43National Honor Society 33 Executive Committee 43 Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3,4s Varsity Scholar l,2,33 Homeroom President 23 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Varsity Baseball 3,43 J,V, Basebal123 Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Latin Club 2, Presi- dent 13 Alternate to Boys' State 33 Class Representative to World Youth Forum 33 Student Varieties 23 Science Club 23 German Club 3,43 Booster Club 2,33 Track Club 2,3,4. College: Yale University Future Plans: To enter the field of m edicin e. NICKALDARELLI "Nickie" College: Union J r. College Future Plans: To become an honest businessman. LOUISE AMADRUTO "Lou" Blue A's l,2,3,43 Basketball 2,3: Inter- school Basketball 2,33 Softball 2,35 In- tramural Softball 2,3 Future Plans: To continue work. MARTHA ANCKARSTROM-BOHM "Martie" Basketball ls Megaphone 23 Glee Club l,2. College: Glassboro Future Plans: Get a college education and then get married. MICHAEL D, ANDERSON f'Mike" Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Track 13 Teens for Safe Driving Club 43 Intramural Football 3,4s Hall Moni- tor 43 Booster Club l,2,3,4. College: Mount St. Mary's College Future Plans: To travel, JACK E. ANSELL HAI-ls!! President of Freshman Class: Home- room President lg Homeroom Vice- President 23 Alternate Boy's State 3: Varsity Scholar lg Student Council Pub- licity Committee 45 Freshman and J,V, Basketball 1,23 Booster Club 1,23 Track Club 3,45 Senior Play 43 Student Var- ieties 3,4g Intramural Basketball 3,4, College: University of Viriginia Future Plans: To pursue aprofession in Law. ENZO ASCARI, JR, "Skip" Intramural Bowling 3. C ollege: Monmouth Future Plans: To become a teacher ROBERT F. ASKINS .,3,g Hall Monitor 2,3,4g Physical Fit- less Program l,2,3,4g Intramural Bow- ing 3,4. Bolle-ge: University of Delaware luture Plans: To better my education .nd learn a trade. LEONARD ASHLEY BADER ll Lab!! Photography Club 2,3,4g Science Club 43 Debating Club 4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To go into the field of biology. JONATHAN BADY HJOI-IH Physical Fitness Team 2,3,4g Science Club 3,4, Vice President 43 Megaphone Staff 3,4g Varsity Scholar l,2g Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Intramural Bowling 2,3,4g French Club 43 WJLK Youth Forum 43 WJ LK Student Activities 3,4. College: Antioch. f'Bob" Future Plans: To go into the Air Force LEONARD H. BACOTE nllennyn football l,2,3, Captain 45 Track 1,2,3, Lg Track Club 3,4g Homeroom Banking tepresentative lg Intramural Basketball f-Pav' SUSAN SHERMAN BANDER Hsueh Flag Twirler 2,3,4g Future Nurse's Club 2,3, President 4: Office Staff 4: Blue A's 1,2,3,4: Intramural Sports l,2,3g German Club 3,49 Booster Club 1,25 Homeroom Banking Representative 2, 33 Intramural Bowling 3,4, College: Boston University Future Plans: To take Boston by storm. JESSIE GARDNER BARKLEY I KGaI-d! 7 Future Plans: College or service LOIS BARNES "Loiwe" Blue A's 1,25 Glee Club 3,45 Track Club 3,4: Booster Club l. College: A, and T, College of North Carolina Future Plans: To live to be eighteen. PATRICK JOSEPH BARRETT, JR, Band l,2,3,4g Service Crew lg Canteen Committee l,2,3,4g Track Club 2,3,4: Booster Club 2,3,4: Athletic Staff 2,3,4g Student Sports Announcer 4: Science Club 2,3,4g Photography Club 2,33 Offi- cial Timer 2,,4: French Club 33 Cross Country Team l,2g Hall Monitor 2,3,4g Student Council Publicity Committee 4: Football Program 4. College: Technical School Future Plans: To be a radio or T,V. announcer, PERRI GAIL BEC KER "Perri" Future Nurse's Club 2,3,4g Blue A's 2,3,4g Megaphone Staff 2,3,4g Booster Club 2,3,4g Track Club 2,3g Guidance Office Staff 2,3 5 Student Council lg Span- ish Club 4g Girls Athletic Staff 2,3,4: Nurse's Staff 3. College: Mount Sinai School of Nur- sing Future Plans: To be happy and success ful, MARILYNBELL William Nottingham High School l,2,3. College: Cedar Crest Future Plans: To become a nurse, ROGER C. BENNETT "Rougue" Basketball 1,2,4g Intramural Basketball 3, Hall Monitor 1,25 Homeroom Vice President lg Track Club 1,2,3g Cross Country l,2,3g Athletic Stockroom l,2,3, 4 Swimming Team 35 Intramural Base- ball 4g Booster Club 2,3,4g Megaphone Selling Staff 4. Future Plans: To become a hair de- signer. RONNIE J, BENNETT "Renwald" Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 2,35 Hall Monitor lg Stockroom Crew 2,3g Track lg Booster Club l,2. Future Plans: To be amissilemechanic. FRANCES BERDAN f'Fran" Blue A's 1,2,35 Booster Club l. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To go to college and get a C,P,A, degree. STEPHEN BERNSTEIN MBQI-nyu Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Latin Club 1,25 Megaphone Writer 25 Intramural Basketball 23 Intramural Bowling 4. College: University of Pennsylvania Future Plans: To graduate college and become an engineer. LILLIAN PAULINE BERRY "Lillia.t1' ' Booster Club 15 Glee Club 2,4, , College: Asbury Park Business School Future Plans: To become a good med- ical secretary. ROBERT BILOFSKY CCBob,! Baseball Manager lg Intramural Bow- ling 1,2,3g Booster Club 2,35 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4. Future Plans: To attend college, n ,I ROSE BINACO "Roe" Student Varieties 2,3Q Nurse's Staff Spring Show 23 Intramural Tennis 23 Intramural Volleyball 23 Track Cl Committee 33 Blue A's 1,2,3,4Q Mega- phone Advertising Staff 1,2. College: Berkley Secretarial School Future Plans: To become a leg secretary and to get married. 2,3,43 Booster Club 1,2,3,4j Jr. Pr I HARRIET ELLEN BING ftHappy3! Intramural Bowling 2,33 Intramural Ten- nis 23 German Club 3,43 Track Club 2,33 Blue A's l,2,33 IMC Staff 23 Soph- omore Drama Club 23 Intramural Bas- ketball 23 C ollegeg Wheaton J Future Plans: To study Child Psychol ogy. RICHARD WAYNE BISBEE "Biz" Football 1,2,3,43 Freshman Track 13 Track Club 43 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43 Varsity Club 43 Booster Club 3,43 Indoor Track 2s Intramural Foot- ball 1,2,3 Student Varieties 23 Speech Club 4. Future Plans: To keep on being a suc- cess. ROBERT A, BLOOM HB0bH Science Club 3,43 Camera Club CAROLYN BONNEY Intramural Bowling 2,3,43 Blue A's l,2, 3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Track Club 2,3,43 Intramural Basketball l,2,43 In- tramural Hockey l,23 Intramural Tennis 13 Future Teacher's Club 43 Glee Club ls Teenage Book Club 23 Speech Club 43 Sophomore Drama Club 2, College: Green Mountain Future Plans: To attend college and lead a happy and successful life. PAUL BOYD "Paul" Driftwood Boy's Sport Editor 43 Swim- ming l,2,33 Indoor Track 33 Track 2,3 43 Cross Country 2,33 Track Club 4 Varsity Club 43 Booster Club 13 Intra- mural Basketball l. Future Plans: To go to college, MARCIA HOLLY BRAMAN lKHO11y!7 Library Staff 3,4. LENORE SHARON BRAUN HI-,er-Cyn Blue A's 13 Intramural Basketball 13 Intramural Hockey 13 Intramural Base- ball 13 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Bo- oster Club 23 Nurse's Staff 3. College: Lyon's Institute of Technolo- EY Future Plans: To become a medical FRANK BRIARD assistant. EDWARD BRAWER UBI-ow!! 43 Megaphone 1 Vice-President , Senior Play I37 4: !29 1, 43 In- Ten- Plans: To ph cal BARBARA A, BREMBOS Italian Club 3,43 Office Staff 13 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Gym Leader 3,43 Basket- ball Team 1,2,3,4Q Intramural Tennis 23 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43 Intra- mural Bowling 4. Future Plans: Undecided. Driftwood Assistant Business Editor 43 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Scho- lar 33 Senior Play 43 Representative to Boy's State 33 Science Club 3,43 Track Club 3,43 German Club 3,4. College: University of Virginia Future Plans: To become a lawyer. ROBERT BROWER "Browser" Football 3,43 Wrestling Scorer 2,3,43 Track 1,3,43 Canteen Committee l,2,3 Booster Club 2,3,43 German Club 2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Science Club 2,33 Hall Monitor 43 Athletic Staff Manager 2,3,43 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Junior Prom Committee 3s IMC Staff 1,23 Varsity Club 4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To become a race horse handicapper. BARBARA JEAN BROWN "Barb" Gym Leader 13 Intramural Tennis 13 Intramural Basketball 13 Megaphone Ad- vertising Staff 13 Blue A's 1,2,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Italian Club 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Homeroom Secretary 33 J.V, Cheerleader 33 Varsity Cheerleader 4. Future Plans: To become a medical secretary. DAVID L, BROWN "Brownie" Photo Club 2, Treasurer 33 Track Club 3,45 Cross Country 3,43 Band 1,23 Stu- dent Variety's Band 23 Megaphone Photo- grapher 2,3, Editor 4s Driftwood Photo- grapher Staff 4, Future Plans: To be a photographer. LISSA J, BROWN fisayi! Vice-President Homeroom 33 Secretary Homeroom 43 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative l3 Athletic Office Staff 4s Italian Club 3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Spanish Club 43 Track Club 43 Future Teachers Club 2,43 Stu- dent Varieties 1,3g IMC Secretarial Staff 23 Science Club 23 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To attend college and have a successful career. WENDY ELLEN BROWN Future Teachers Club 2,3, Secretary 43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,33 Drama Club 2,33 IMC Secretarial Staff 23 Track Club l,2,33 Intramural Bowling 23 Spanish Club 43 Megaphone Adver- tising Staff 43 Teens for Safe Driving Club 4. College: Newark State Future Plans: To become a second grade teacher, DREW R, BUNNELL Football 1,2,3,4s Varsity Club 43 Home- room President 33 Booster Club 3,43 Track Club 3,4. Future Plans: To join the U,S, Navy, CAROL BUREN "Buren" Student Varieties lg Swing Flag Squad A 1,23 Intramural Hockey lg Booster Club 2,3,4g Blue A's l,2,3,4g Megaphone Sel- ling Staff l,2,35 Sophomore Drama Club 2, Driftwood Homeroom Representative 45 Student Council Publicity Committee 4: Track Club 2,3,4g Homeroom Bank- ing Representative 2,3g Spanish Club 45 Guidance Office Staff 1,23 Intramural Basketball lg Senior Play Make-up Committee 4, College: Hofstra Future Plans: To finish college and be successful in everything. LINDA ANN BURKE HI-Iynii French Club 45 Blue A's l,2,3,4g Sopho- more Drama Club 2g IMC Staff 43 In- tramural Hockey l,2g Intramural Basket- ball l,2. College: Rosemont Future Plans: Foreign Service. BEVERLY ANN BUTTERWORTH "Bee-z" Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Track Club l,2,3,4g Booster Club l,2,3,4g Blue A's 1,25 Homeroom President lg Intra- mural Hockey 1,2g Homeroom Vice Pres- ident 2: Student Varieties 23 Basket- ball 1,25 Intrarnura.l Volleyball 1,23 Treb- lettes 4. College: Delaware State Future Plans: To become an accoun- tant and be successful in whatever I endeavor. MOLLY SUSAN BYOCK uByockn Senior Picture Editor of Driftwood 49 Homeroom President lg Homeroom Vice President 23 Blue A's l,2,3,4g Track Club 2,3,4g Booster Club l,2,3,4g Sopho- more Drama Club 2: Intramural Tennis lg Student Varieties 25 Student Council Pub- Iicity Committee 43 Spanish Club 45 Future Teachers Club 4g Senior Play Make-up Committee 4. College: State Teacher's College Future Plans: To travel, teach, and al- ways be happy. LYNN CAMPBELL Blue A's l,2,3,4, Future Nurse's Club 3,45 Gym Leader 1, College: Marcer School of Nursing Future Plans: To be a nurse, BARBARA M. CARMICHAEL "Bonnie" Future Teacher's Club 2, Parliamentar- ian 3, President 45 Student Varieties 35 Twirling 2,3,4, Latin Club lg Blue A's l,2,3,4g lntermural Hockey Team 1,2,3g Intermural Basketball Team l,2,3g Ho- meroom Banking Representative 2:1300- ster Club lg Sophomore Drama Club 23 Christmas Show lg Track Club 1, College: Newark State Future Plans: To be a teacher. wif V' 'W "1" . Wlrfvst it .,.m,f.,x, J ,- .N . "CZ3' yea-f 4 5, ' 1 L YOLONDA PAULETTE CARTER "Paulie" Blue A's l,2,4g Student Varieties 2,3g Glee Club 43 Intramural Hockey lg Intra- mural Basketball l,2,4g TrackC1ub 2,3,4g Swing Flag Squad 2,3,4g Booster Club 4: Secretary 33 Athletic Staff 43 Fut- ure Nurses Club 4. College: University of Pennsylvania Future Plans: To become a psychiatric nurse. EDITH PATRICIA CASEY U Edie" Booster Club l,2,3,4: Track Club 2,43 Blue A's l,2,3,4g Latin Club 1,25 Christ- mas Show lg Future Nurses Club 25 Sophomore Drama Club 2: Intramural Hockey lg Intramural Tennis lg Mega- phone Selling Staff lg Future Teachers Club 25 Italian Club 3,4g Megaphone Advertising Staff 4. College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To attend college and be a success. JOHN W. CASTELLUCIA HC astaluch" Gym Monitor lg Hall Monitor l, Future Plans: To marry Linda and go into the field of business. BERNADETTE ANNE CHAMBERS "Debbie" Blue A's 1,25 Intramural Basketball 2,3 Intramural Volleyball 2,33 Track Club 35 Booster Club l,2,3,4. College: IBM School Future Plans: To be a success. STEPHEN CHAZEN Riverside High School l,2,3g Science Club 4. College: Rutgers. WALTER CHEK 'fWalt" Science Club 3,45 German Club 4, College: Monmouth Future Plans: To study afield of for eign languages. DEBORAH JEAN CHILD "Debbie" Blue A's 1,22 Chorus 2,33 Booster Club 1. College: Junior College Future Plans: To be a commercial artist. A THOMAS CHILD JR. tlTom7l , Megaphone Selling Staff 13 Hall Moni- tor 4, Future Plans: To go to college. THOMAS H, CLARK fffromv Cross Country 2,4, Captain 33 Indoor Track 2,3,43 Outdoor Track l,2,3,43 Jun- ior Class President 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Swimming 13 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Varsity Club Exec- utive Council 3,43 Track Club 2,3,43 Booster Club 1, 2, 3. College: Duke Future Plans: To be a Wall Street Millionaire. KAREN EDITH C LAUSEN "C asey" National Honor Society 3,43 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Scholar l,2, 33 Driftwood Staff 43 Student Varieties 1,23 Color Guard 2,3,43 Gym Leader 3,43 Usherette 3,43 French Club 33 Blue A's 1,2,3,4j Book Room Staff 43 Office Staff lg Freshman Picture Committee 132,33 Library Staff 1,23 Booster Club 1,2,33 Track Club 2,33 Glee Club 1,23 Girls Intramurals l,2,3,4. Future Plans: To be asuccessful secre- tary. THOMAS C LERIC UZ IO ANNE C. COLAGUORI Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 J,V, Cheering Captain 13 Secretary of Homeroom 13 Vice President of Homeroom 33 Presi- dent of Homeroom 2,43 Latin Club 1,23 Gym Leader 13 Student Varieties 13 Booster Club 1,2,3,43 Student Coimcil Publicity Committee 43 Blue A's 1,23 Track Club 43 Intramural Basketball 1,23 Intramural Volleybally 13 French Club 4. College: Bucknell Future Plans: To become a teacher. J. PAMELA COLE 4413 alll!! Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Speech Club 4. College: Wilfred Academy Future Plans: To become a beautician, KATHLEENCONOVER llKathy7, Italian Club 3,43 Track Club 43 Intra- mural Basketball l,23 Intramural Base- ball 33 Future Teachers Club 43 Office Staff 1,23 Booster Club lg Blue A's l,2,3, College: Montclair State Future Plans: To become a teacher, RONALD CONSTABLE "Ronnie" Football ls Intramural Basketball l,2,33 Hall Monitor 1,33 Track Club 43 Home- room Treasurer 13 Cafeteria Monitor 33 Gym Monitor l,3. College: Business College Future Plans: To live in the Catskills and become a successful businessman. WILLIAM COOK Basketball 1,23 Track 1,23 Football 13 Intramural Basketball l3 Track Club l,2,3,43 Cafeteria Monitor 133,43 Var- sity Club 3,4. College: Business College Future Plans: To go to college. SAMUEL L, COOPER 66552111137 Student Varieties 23 Track Club 2,3,43 Science Club 23 Intramural Bowling 43 Booster Club 2,3343 Megaphone Busi- ness Staffg German Club 3,43 Teens For Sale Driving 43 Senior Play Stage Crew 4. College: University of North Caro- lina, EILEEN J. CORNELL SKI!! Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Future Teachers Club 2,3,43 Track Club 2,3,43 Booster Club 1,23 Latin Club 1,23 Intramural Hockey l, 2,43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Ger- man Club 3,43 Intramural Softball 13 Intramural Tennis 1,23 Intramural Bowl- ing 2,3,4. Future Plans: To become a chemist, MARY CATHERINE CORWIN "Kit" J,V, Cheerleader 35 Color Guard 45 Track Club 2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3, 45 Blue A's 1,2,3,45 Gym Leader 1,35 Secretary of Homeroom 35 Vice Presi- dent of Homeroom 45 Athletic Office Staff 45 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Intra- mural Hockey Team l5 Intramural Bas- ketball l,2,3,45 Intramural Tennis 15 Intramural Softball 15 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Intermural Basketball Team l,2. Future Plans: Tobecomeakinder garten teacher. PATRICIA B. COUGHLIN "Tricia" Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 25 French Club 35 Booster Club 2,3,45 Guidance Office Staff 2,35 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Intramural Basketball 1,25 Track Club 2,3,45 Teens for Safe Dri- ving Club 35 Teenage Book Club, Trea- surer 25 Homeroom Banking Represen- tative l,25 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Student Varieties 2. College: Elmira Future Plans: To see the world. THOMAS COUMBE "Cooner" Hall Monitor 1,25 Gym Monitor 15 Boo- ster Club 45 Shop Club 45 Intramural Basketball 25 Intramural Bowling 3. College: Monmouth College Future Plans: To join the Air Force. CALLIOPE COUTROS "Kelly" Secretary of the Student Council 45 Secretary of Junior Class 35 Delegate to Girl's State 35 J,V, Cheerleader 15 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3, Capt 45 Student Varieties l,2,35 Secretary of Homeroom 15 Participant in Spring and Christmas Shows 2,35 Gym Leader l,2, 3,45 Homeroom Banking Representative 25 Vice Principal's Staff 45 Athletic Staff 45 Track Club 45 Blue A's 1,2, 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Intramural Hockey 15 Booster Club l,2,3,4.College: Albright Future Plans: To be a teacher. GREG CRAWFORD tlcubii Attended New Jersey Boys State 35 Won the 1962 Science Fair 25 Junior Class Treasurer 35 Homeroom Presi- dent l,3,45 Homeroom Secretary 25 At- tended l963 Junior Science Symposium5 Outdoor Track l,2,3,45 Wrestling 45 In- tramural Basketball 2,3,45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Student Varieties 3,45 Sci- ence Club 2,3,45 Track Club 3,45 German Club 35 Latin Club 15 Megaphone Busi- ness and Art Staff 3,45 Teens for Safe- Driving Club 3,45 Booster Club 2,45 President of Senior Class 4. College: Cornell Future Plans: To go into the medical profession, HAZEL-JEAN CROSS "Jeannie" Blue A's l,2,3,45 Track Club 45 Booster Club l,3,45 Future Nurses Club 45 In- tramural Basketball l,2,35 Intramural Volleyball l,2,35 Intramural Tennis l,2,35 Intramural Softball l,2,35 Intramural Bo- wling 45 Speech Club 45 Teens for Safe Driving Club 4. College: Newark Nursing School Future Plans: To become a nurse. v,-sun., 1 V L LAWRENCE CROSS uLaI-I-yn Swimming 1,2333 Baseball 13 Varsity Club 3,43 Gym Squad Leader 233,4. College: Business College Future Plans: To go in the Navy and be a career man. CURTIS T, CRYSTAL "Curt" Megaphone Photographer 23 Spo writer 1,23 Publicity Manager 3, Busi- ness Manager 43 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Scholar 13 Student Council Business Staff 3,43 Science Club 233, 43 German Club 3,43 Track Club l,2, 3,43 Intramural Tennis 23 LiteraryMag- azine 23 Football Program 43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Hall Monitor 13 Gym Moni- tor 1. College: Tufts Future Plans: To get a Phd. rts- FRANK CUCCURULLO "Kook' ' Cross Country 23 Wrestling 43 Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,43 Intramural Foot- ball 2,33 Student Varities 33 Driftwood Art Editor 43 Track Club 2,33 Treasurer 43 Hall Monitor 43 Italian Club 23 Speech Club 43 Booster Club 2,3343 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Teens for Safe Driving Club 4. College: Parsons School of Design Future Plans: To live in a bachelor house with G,M., Capo, Gallo and Foxy. MARGARET JOANNE DAVES llJO!5 Blue A's l,233,43 Booster Club 132,33 Track Club 2,3343 Future Teachers Club 43 Teens for Safe Driving Club 33 Var- sity Bowling 3,43 Intramural Basket- ball 1,23 Intramural Baseball l,2,3,43 Intramural Volleyball 1,23 Intramural Hockey 1,23 Intramural Bowling 233343 Speech Club 4. College: Western North Carolina Future Plans: To be a grammar school teacher and to get married. SUSAN K, DAVIS lfsuei 7 Future Plans: To become a secretary. FOSTER B. DAY, II "Bomber" Varsity Track 2,3, Captain 43 Intramural Football l,233,43 Football 23 Basketball lg Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Indoor Track 3,43 Track Club 233,43 Booster Club 2,3343 Hall Monitor l3233,43 Intra- mural Bowling 3,43 Intramural Volley- ball 2,3,43 Intramural Wrestling 2,3343 Teens for Safe Driving Club 33 Glee Club 3,43 Chorus 43 Shop Club 4. College: Ohio State Future Plans: To set a goal at the top of the pedestal and reach it. MARGARET ELIZABETH DAY upegg-yn Kiwanis Honor Society 45 Science Club 2,3545 French Club 3,45 Band 253, Sec- tion Leader 45 Office Staff 15 Information Desk 45 Student Varieties 25 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Canteen Committee 3. College: Douglass Future Plans: To become a Medical Technologist. CAROL SUE DELHAGEN "Carol" Future Teachers Club 45 IMC Staff 45 Twirlers 25 Glee Club 1. College: Paterson State College Future Plans: To become a teacher, ANDREW A, DELLOMO uAndy-rr Baseball 15 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,45 Stockroom Clerk 45 Gym Monitor 45 Senior Play 45 Italian Club, President l,2,3,45 Cafeteria Monitor 354. Future Plans: To become an inter- pretor. BARRINGTON R. DeMERS uBaI-yn Science Club 3,45 Track Club 35 Chess Club 35 Intramural Bowling 2,35 Booster Club 354, College: Monmouth Future Plans: To become an electrical engineer. LYNNE MONETTE DENNIS ttLyn!7 Blue A's 1,25 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Booster Club l,2,35 IMC Staff 1, Future Plans: To make someone happy. JOHN RANDOLPH DICKERSON, JR, llJ'D.77 Football l,2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Track Club 2,3545 Gym Squad Leader5 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Industrial Club 45 Teens for Safe Driving Club 3,45 Varsity Club 253,45 Hall Monitor 1, College: Monmouth Future Plans: To become a Mortician and Licensed Funeral Director. 3 . I 3 . KARIN DOERING CCK'D.H National Honor Society 3,4 3 Kiwanis Hon- or Society 3,43 Varsity Scholar 2,3,4Q Usherette 43 German Club 3,4j Latin Club 1,23 Press Club 13 Future Teachers Club 23 Science Club 43 Homeroom Vice President 13 Homeroom Secretary 4g Booster Club 2,3Q Blue A's 1,2,3,43 In- tramural Tennis l3 IMC Service Crew 23 Track Club 3. College: Radcliffe Future Plans: To hunt microbes and grow waterm elons. DIANNE DOMALEWSKI "Dee" Blue A's l,2,43 Booster Club 1,33 Track Club 1,23 Library Staff 2,33 Intramural Hockey l, Intramural Baseball l,2,33 Intramural Volleyball 1,33 Intramural Tennis 2,33 Intramural Basketball l,2. Future Plans: To become a secretary. LESLIE SUE DRESC HER f' Les" Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Scho- lar 13 Homeroom BankingRepresentative 33 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Intramural Tennis 13 Intramural Volleyball 23 Blue A's l,2,43 Track Club 2,45 Booster Club 2,3,43 Office Staff 13 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 23 Future Teachers Club 43 Senior Play Publicity Committee 43 Span- ish Club 4. College: University of Delaware Future Plans: To help Carol become a debutante, JOANNE MAY DUFFY GIJOI? Kiwanis Honor Society 43Driftwood Staff 43 French Club l,2,3, Treasurer 4g Blue A's l,2,3,43 Future Teacher's Club 43 Gym Leader 43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Track Club 2,35 Student Council Pub- licity Committee 43 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4Q Interschool Hockey Team 2s In- termural Basketball Team 2,3. College: University of New Hampshire Future Plans: To become a teacher, 1 CHRISTINE LYNN DUNLOP f'Chris" Guidance Staff 13 lntermural Hockey Team 13 Gym Leader 1,23 Booster Club l,2,3, Treasurer 43 Student Varieties 13 Student Council Publicity Club 43 Homeroom Driftwood Representative3 Homeroom Vice President 23 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Track Club 4. College: University of Delaware Future Plans: To be successful in what- ever I choose to do and to be happy. FRANK LANGDON DUNST "Frankie" Editor-in-Chief of Driftwood 43 Vice- President Student Council 33 Boys State Representative 33 Football l,2,3,43 Soph- omore Representative to StudentCouncil 23 Wrest1ingl,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 Track Club 2, President 3,43 German Club 4, Treasurer 33 Science Club 2,3,4j Stu- dent Varieties 2,33 Homeroom Presi- dent 2,33 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Hall Monitor l,3,43 Teens for Safe Driving Club 3,43 Latin Club 13 Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,43 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative 13 Junior Prom Committee 33 Megaphone 3,4. College: Lafayette Future Plans: To work with Math. :L 1 t '- A 5 f F ' -' 2 ,iw ' 5, A-L as tl. Q P M .. Q M fits' , ,, 14, Q ff ' 5, X, I. W W new -I Q . snfw ,, In-J 7 ,Q ' lf 1 me by V JN .I sew K, , , ., 5, B-, vefjs 1, g , J , QQ 'Vw , Q I K, ' Q, A w 'C' , - gi - L4 -P e ft nuygan Q n Blue ALS 1,2,3,'4-"Track Club 3,45 Senior I 5 J' f I I 4 ,Q ,VX lpmyecoigmliuee' Aqynwsler Club, ,45 5Future?f1'?eachers65ililiil5Intra.mu1t4al i1gerbilTg,Va5a3f'iQ,igw3ra1nura1 Volleyball T25 xseudgnfifupiibity' Committee 4. 'FU.tUQi'9 Prlms: To become a legal seclletarylu ' V , -J I. CHERYL D. EBIE "Cheryl" Blue A's 2,45 Intramural Tennis 15 Boos- ter Club 2. College: Business School Future Plans: To become a secretary and to marry Paul. SUSAN EDELSON "Sue" Student Varieties 25 Blue A's l,3,45 Booster Club l,3,45 Track Club 153,45 Spanish Club 4. College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To live a happy healthy life and get married. JO-ANN ELLENSON "Josie" Freshman Cheerleader 15 Office Staff 15 Swing Flags 3,45 Student Varieties 1, 25 Senior Play 45 Gym Leader l,25Junior Prom Committee 35 Megaphone Adver- tising Staff 35 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Booster Club 1,25 Student Council Advertising Staff 45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 15 Track Club 1, 25 Science Fair Participant 1. College: University of Vermont Future Plans: To study Math. LEONARD EPSTEIN ULQI-myu Alternate for 1963 for Boy's State5 Stu- dent Varieties 25 Baseball 1,25 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Football 15 Track Club 45 Varsity Club 3,45 Gym Monitor 45 Intramural Basketball 3,45 Intramural Bowling 4. College: Colby Future Plans: To be a successful psychologist. LINDA EPSTEIN C!Lin!! Office Staff 1,25 Future Nurses Club 2,45 Teenage Book Club 25 Science Club 25 Blue A's l,2,3,45 TrackClub 2,35 Booster Club 1,2,3. College: Newark Beth Israel Hospital School of Nursing Future Plans: To be a good nurse and to live a happy life. SALLY ANNE FARY 3?' 2' 'Y ' 40 ROBERTEPSTEIN llEppy,7 Outdoor Track 233,43 Cross-Country 43 Indoor Track 2,3,43 Track Club 3,43 Varsity Club 3,43 Football 13 Intramural Basketball 3. College: Rider Future Plans: To enter the field of accounting. LAWRENCE V. ERCOLINO ICI-Jar!! Senior Play 43 Italian Club 3,43 Intra- mural Basketball 23 Chess Club 2,33 Hall Monitor 13 Booster Club 33 Teens for Safe Driving Club 3. College: Montclair State Future Plans: To be a Math Teacher CHERYL MAE FARRE LL "Cheri" Flag Twirler 43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Intra- mural Bowling l,2,3,43 Track Club 3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 French Club 233,43 Future Nurses Club 43 Gym Leader 43 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Intermural Basketball Team 2,3343 Intermural Hoc- key Team 23334. College: Muhlenberg Future Plans: To become a biology lab technician. PAUL A, FARRELL, JR. "Paul" Football 1,23 Swimming 13 Golf 2,3,4Q Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track Club 2,3343 Booster Club 2,43 Indus- trial Arts Club 43 Science Club 23 Teens for Safe Driving Club 43 Intra- mural Bowling 2,33 Speech Club 4. College: Syracuse Future Plans: To be a success. Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Homeroom Secretary l,2,33 Health Off- ice Staif 13 Track Club 1,23 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative lg Intramural Tennis 13 In- tramural Basketball lg Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 2. College: Parsons Future Plans: To become an indus- trial designer, CLARENCE C. FELDER Hpeteli Baseball 1,2343 Football l,2,43 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43 Track 13 Booster Club 2,33 Track Club 33 Cross Country 33 Hall Monitor 3,43 Teens for Safe Dri- ving Club 4. Gollege: University of Delaware Future Plans: To become an accoun- tant. NJN. J' LINDA ANN FERRARO ClLinP! Office Staff 15 Intramural Basketball 1,2545 Intramural Tennis 1,25 Intramural Volleyball l,2,45 Intramural Baseball 1,25 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Homeroom Banking Representative 35 Nurses Staff 15 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2, 3,4, College: Monmouth Future Plans: To be a certified ac- countant and to marry Johnny. MICHELE FISCHER "Mitch" Information Receptionist 45 Booster Club 2,3,45 Track Club 3,45 Intramural Tennis 25 Nurse's Staff 15 Megaphone Selling Staff 1,25 Blue A's l,2,35 Future Teach- ers Club 2. College: Katharine Gibbs Future Plans: To be a stenographer and to marry Jimmy. MICHAEL FLANAGAN ' 'Miken Track Club 45 Booster Club 45 Intra- mural Football 25 Intramural Volley- ball 3. College: St. Bonaventure University Future Plans: To go to college, Wf Wt W f D CAROL LEE FLYNN "C2.I'O1" Intramural Bowling 3,45 Chorus l,2,45 Glee Club 3,4. Future Plans: To have ahappy and succ- essful life in whatever I do. KATHLEEN A. FLYNN uKathyu Bishop McDevitt High School 1,25 French Club 35 Latin Club 25 Booster Club 45 Track Club 45 Blue A's 3,45 Intramural Softball 35 Intramural Volleyball 2,3. College: Penn State Future Plans: To go to college and be a mathematician. MARK A, FORKER HFOI-ku Baseball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 3,4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To be an electrical engineer. PATRICIA LOIS FOWLER upattyn Track Club 2,3,43 Swing Flags 43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Megaphone Selling Staff 33 Intramural Bowling 2,33 IMC Staff 23 Intramural Tennis 23 Library Staff 13 Booster Club 2,33 Future Teachers Club 3,43 Intramural Basketball 2,33 French Club 33 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To become a kindergar- ten teacher. X QQ MIRIAM R. FOX ffMim1" Future Teachers Club 13 Booster Club 1,23 Blue A's 1,2343 Intramural Tennis 23 Intramural Basketball 13 MegaphoneSel- ling Staff 23 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Nurse's Staff l. College: Fashion Institute of Technol- OSY Future Plans: To go into the field of fashion buying and merchandising. BETTE LOUISE FREDERICKS "Bette Boop" Booster Club 1,23 Future Nurses Club 3. College: Stewart's Business School Future Plans: To become a successful secretary. PAULA HARRIET FREEDMAN Representative to Student Executive Cou- ncil 13 Head Usherette 4, Usher 33 Sec'y of National Honor Society 43 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Varsity Scholar 13 Student Director of Senior Play 43 Lat- in Club l, Vice President 23 Homeroom Officer 23 Office Staff 43 Gym Leader 1,25 Booster Club 1,2333 Sec'y 43 Blue A's 1,2,3,4s Track Club 33 Spring Show 23 Student Varieties l,2,33 Megaphone News Writer3 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: University of Massachusetts Future Plans: To major in Russian studies and work for the government, JOYCE LYNN FRIEDMAN J,V, Cheerleader lg VarsityCheer1eader 3,43 Megaphone News Writer l,2,3,43 Blue A's 1,2,43 Booster Club 13233343 French Club 43 Future Teachers Club 43 Intermural Hocksy Team 13 Intramural Hockey 13 Intramural Basketball 13 In- tramural Tennis 132. Future Plans: To attend college3 and to live a purposeful and successful life. ELAINE FURMAN IIE!! Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Blue A's 1, 3,45 Booster Club 132,33 Track Club 2,3, 43 Megaphone Selling Staff 1,23 Future Nurses Club 2,33 Nurse's Staff 23Home- room Banking Representative 13 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Sopho- more Drama Club 23 Intramural Volley- ball 2. College: Albert Einstein School of Nursing Future Plans: To marry a doctor and to run an orphanage. VALERIA OCTIVIA GADSDEN llva-PJ Blue A's l,2,3,43 Track Club 13233343 Booster Club 3,43 Basketball 33 Volley- ball 2, College: Business College Future Plans: To be successful in all I try to do. JOHN GAGEN "John" Amateur Radio Club 33 Freshman Cross Country 13 J,V, Cross Country 2,333 Freshman Swimming Team lg Fresh- man Track 1. College: R,C,A, Institute of Technology Future Plans: To be an electronic technician. BAIBA GAIKIS llBa-ibsii French Club 4, College: Monmouth College Future Plans: To go to college and get married. JOHN GALEAN I ClGa.19! Football 1,23 Track 1,23 Intramural Bas- ketball l,2,3,43 Track Club 3,43 Booster Club 33 Hall Monitor l,2,3. College: Alston Association University Future Plans: To be successful, NANCY JANE GARBER HNanceH Latin Club 13 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Sopho- more Drama Club 23 Christmas Show 13 Homeroom Banking Representative 23 Future Teachers Club 23 Office Staff 33 Track Club 2,3343 Booster Club 2333 Future Nurses Club 33 Intramural Bowl- ing 2,3,43 Varsity Bowling 334. College: Paterson State Future Plans: To be a success in any- thing I undertake to do. YYY' ANITA LYNNE GARRITY Vice Principal's Staff l,2,45 Megaphone Feature Writer 2,3,45 Color Guard 2,35 Homeroom President 15 Homeroom Vice- President 35 Gym Leader l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 French Club 3, Secretary 45 Senior Play 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 45 Usherette 45 Student Varieties 25 Track Club 45 Booster Club 2,35 Stu- dent Council Publicity Committee 4. College: Douglass Future Plans: To be an executive in Ford Motors Corporation. NANCY LEE GARRITY Student Varieties 25 StudentCouncil Pub- licity Committee 45 Track Club 45 Boos- ter Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Gym Leader 45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 1. College: Montclair Future Plans: To go to college, major in history, and then marry. BARRY GASSMAN "Gasser" Booster Club 45 IntramuralBasketball4. College: University of Pennsylvania Future Plans: To be a neurosurgeon. VICTOR GERARD, JR, UVic!! Golf 3, Captain 45 Denegar Award-Golf 35 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,25 Basket- ball l5 Wrestling Team 25 Track Club 3,45 Juniors Physical Fitness Team 35 Varsity Club 3,45 Intramural Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Hall Monitor l,2,5 Varsity Band 15 Student Varieties Band l. College: Uncertain Future Plans: To become a successful golfer. CHARLES L. GERSHON Hall Monitor 3,45 Intramural Bowling 2,3,4. College: Pratt School of Design Future Plans: To be an interior dec- orator, HARRY GIBERSON "Gallon Homeroom President 2,3,45 Football 1,25 Wrestling 25 Student Varieties 3,45 Latin Club 1, President 25 German Club 3,45 Track Club l,2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,45 Gym Mon- itor 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Stu- dent Council Publicity Committee. College: Dickinson Future Plans: Tobeasuccessful lawyer. PAUL LYLE GLASSER BETTY JEANNE GILLULY HB.J.H Office Staff 23 Basketball 13 Intramural Hockey 13 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,33 Track Club 13 Nurse's Staff lg Speech Club 4. Future Plans: To be happy, successful, and rich. Marching 8a Concert Band 1,23 Student Varieties Band 1,23 Varsity Scholar ls Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3,43 Megaphone Business Staff 43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4: Intramural Bowling 2,43 Track Club 2,3,4j Booster Club 2,3,43 German Club 3,45 Science Club 23 Tennis Team 23 Student Varieties 2,43 Student Council Publicity Committee 4. College: Bucknell Future Plans: To be a successful doctor. LAWRENCE B, GLOVER HLZI-ry!! Band l,2,3,4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To be a success HERBERT W, GODWIN URed!! Cross Country 3, Captain 43 Outdoor Track 3,43 Indoor Track 3,43 Varsity Club 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Advertising Staff, Football Program 43 Intramural Basketball l,4, College: Montclair Future Plans: To run the mile under 4:00 and to have my own cross country team, MARK L, GOELLER Photography Club 3,45 German Club 4, Debating Club 43 Science Club 43 Cafe teria Monitor 4. Future Plans: To become a biologist IRA LEON GOLDMAN "Go1lo" Varsity Scholar 1,23 Kiwanis Honor So- ciety 3,43 Cross Country Team 23 Intra- mural Basketball 1,2,3,4: German Club 3,45 Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer 43 Photography Club 23 Senior Play Crew 43 Industrial Arts Award 33 Radio Club 2. College: Stevens Institute Future Plans: To build rocket ships. RAE JOAN GOLUB "Joanie" Future Teachers Club 2,3, Vice-Presi- dent 45 IMC Graphic Arts Department 3,45 Science Club 2,35 SophomoreDrama Club 25 Blue A's 1,2,35 Latin Club 15 Booster Club 1,25 Footlight Club 35 Sen- ior Play Publicity Committee 4. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To be a teacher's tea- cher. JOE GOLUBOV "Gull" Intramural Basketball 35 Intramural Bowling 3. Future Plans: To be an electronic en- gineer. PETER MICHAEL GORDON Swimming 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Track Club 3,45 Drama Club 25 Chess Club 25 Hall Monitor 15 Speech Club 4. College: Boston University Future Plans: To grow at least three inches and become a success in life. RONALD CHENOWETH GORSKY "El-Supremo" Cross Country 3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Industrial Arts Club 45 Megaphone Staff 45 Senior Play 45 In- door Track 2,4. College: Millersville State Future Plans: To have a career in industrial arts. KATHRYN RUTH GOTTDENKER uKathyn Long Branch High School 15 Chairman of Senior Play Publicity Committee 45 Student Council Publicity Committee5 Blue A's 253,45 Future Nurses Club 3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Booster Club 2,3,45. Future Teachers Club 25 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Syracuse University - School of Nursing, Future Plans: To be a success and to go to Bermuda with Cheryl if I have to swim. SUSAN GRABELLE KKSue,7 Kiwanis Honor Society 45 Senior Play 45 Megaphone Business Staff 45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Future Teachers Club 25 Megaphone Selling Staff 25 Intramural Tennis 15 Teens for Safe Driving Club 35 Spanish Club 4. College: Syracuse Future Plans: To travel and never set- tle down. ELLEN S. GRABER Gym Leader l3 Blue A's l,2,33 Student Varieties l,2,33 Swing Flag 23 Home- room Secretary 3,43 Office Staff 43 Spring Show 23 French Club 33 Booster Club 33 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Sen- ior Play Make-Up Committee 43 Track Club 3. College: Mary Washington Future Plans: To become a success and be happy. , ix, M 1' 33, te DIANNE 'JEANNIE 'GRAHAM n - V 441366311 ,V College: Secret rial School if 3 unuyynu it if '-1 'Future Plans: o become asecretary. ' K PATRICIA GRAIVER 1 3 it -3 "Patti" 4 Megaphone Writer 13 Feature Writer 23 Feature Writer 33 Managing Editor 43 Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Senior Play Make-Up Committee 43 Track Club 3, Vice President 43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Student Coimcil Publicity Committee 43 Student Varieties 23 Spanish Club 43 Latin Club 13 Sophomore Drama Club, Vice President 23 Participant in Student Exchange Day 33 Homeroom President 3g Vice President 2,43 Alternate for Girl's State 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Monmouth County Scholastic Press Association 43 Quill and Scroll Society 4. College: Douglass Future Plans: To major in Spanish and travel. BARRY GRAMMER Intramural Bowling 2,3,4j Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Homeroom President 13 Baseball l. College: Penn State Future Plans: To have a career in business. BROOKE LISA GRANET 'fBrooke" Office Staff 23 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Track Club 43 Future Teachers Club 43 Latin Club lg Christmas Program 13 Speech Club 43 Blue A's 13 Homeroom Vice President l. College: University of Miami Future Plans: To have a happy. ELIZABETH ANN GRAYSON HLiz!! Booster Club 2,33 Track Club 3,43 Sen- ior Play 4i Megaphone Business Staff 43 Student Council Publicity Committee 4g Blue A's 2,3,43 Intramural Bowling 2,33 Intramural Basketball 2,33 Intra- mural Tennis 3. College: University of Missouri Future Plans: To be a lady wrestler and have a tremendous time. GAIL R, GREEN "Greenie" Blue A's 15253545 Secretary and Trea- surer 35 Swing Flags 3,45 Nurse's Staff 35 Homeroom Banking Representative 25 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Track Club 15253545 lntermural Hockey Team 1,2,3,45 Inter- mural Basketball Team 152,35 Intramural Softball l,2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 15 Gym Leader 3,4. College: Newark School of Business Machines Future Plans: To be a credit to my family. PATRICIA LOUISE GREENHOW "Trish" Senior Play 45 Student Varieties 25 Gym Leader 45 Blue A's 2,3,45 Library Staff 15 IMC 35 Track Club 3. College: University of Michigan Future Plans: To be a success in any field that I might choose. PATRICIA ANN GRE ENLEAF "Pat" National Honor Society 3,45 Kiwanis Honor Society 253,45 Varsity Scholar 1, 2,35 Driftwood Staff 45 Usherette 45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Blue A'sl,2,3,45 Intermural Hockey Team 1,2535 Inter- mural Basketball Team 35 Intramural Sports l,2,3,45 Gym Leader 15 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Freshman Picture Comm- ittee 35 Bookroom Staff 45 Student Coun- cil Publicity Committee 4. Future Plans: To do secretarial work. JAYNE GRE ENSPAN FRANCES GREENSPAN "Fran" Homeroom Vice President 25 Booster Club 1,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intra- mural Bowling 45 IMC Staff 35 Office Staff 15 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Track Club 2,3. College: Temple University Future Plans: To be an elementary education teacher. Latin Club 25 Science Club 35 Blue A's 1,2535 Booster Club 1,2535 Track Club 2,35 Senior Play 45 IMC Secret- arial Staff 35 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Megaphone Selling Staff 2,35 Drift- wood Homeroom Representative 45 Stu- dent Varieties 25 Homeroom Vice-Pre- sident 3,45 Homeroom Banking Repre- sentative 3. College: Emory Future Plans: To graduate from college and to always be happy. MARY I, GREER "Mimi" All-State Chorus 45 Chorus 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Trebletts 45 All-Shore Chorus 45 Booster Club l. College: Lebanon Valley College Future Plans: To become a music teacher and lead a successful and happy life, IRA GRODBERG MCE!-od!! Basketball l,2, Varsity 3,45 Baseball l,2, Varsity 3,45 Cross Country Track 45 Student Council Publicity Committee 45 German Club 3,45 Track Club 45Varsity Club 3,45 Hall Monitor 1,4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To enter the field of law. ARTHUR J, GROSSHANDLER HAI-ti! Intramural Bowling 35 Chess Club 25 Hall Monitor 45 German Club 3. College: Pennsylvania State Future Plans: To become a lawyer CURTIS GUNTER Hsonnyll J,V, Football 35 Intramural Basketball 2 3. F,uture Plans: To have a career in the United States Armed Forces and lead a normal but successful life. DONALD A. HAIGHT UDDI-I!! All State Band 3,45 All Shore Band l,2, 3,45 Student Varieties Band l,2,3,45 Ger- man Club 3,45 Intramural Bowling 3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Stage Band 2,45 Band l,2,3, President 4. College: Middlebury Future Plans: To continue my education. THOMAS CHRISTIAN HARRELL CKBL-lba!! Glee Club 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Student Varieties 35 Collegians 3,45 Booster Club 15 Track Club l. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To go into business education. ALIDA HARRINGTON Homeroom Secretary 15 Homeroom Ban- king Representative 35 IMC Staff 45Blue A's l,2,45 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Intra- mural Basketball l,2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball l,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Booster Club l. Future Plans: To become a secondary teacher, 49 UUPE v li' ,l JOHN JEFFREY HARRIS "Jeff" Varsity Scholar 15 Freshman Football 15 Track 25 Chess Club 25 Photography Club 253,45 German Club 3,4. Future Plans: To become a doctor of veterinary medicine, KAREN HARVEY "Sp0I't" Blue A's 2,3,4. Future Plans: To become a beautician. MONA IRENE HASS Booster Club l,2,3,45 Gym Leader 15 Homeroom Banking Representative 15 Freshman Cheerleader 15 Homeroom President 25 StudentVarieties 152,35 Vice Principa.l's Staff 2,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Intramural Bas- ketball l,25 Nurse's Staff 15 Track Club 3,45 Spring Show Participant 2,35Christ- mas Show Participant 25J,V, Cheerlead- er, Co-Captain 35 VarsityCheerleader 4, College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To be a happy and successful teacher. CHERYL HENNEBERRY "Cher" Long Branch High School 15 Homeroom Secretary 25 Color Guard 35 Athletic Office Staff 3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 French Club 2,35 Future Nurses Club 3,45 Booster Club 2,3545 Track Club 253,45 Blue A's 2,3,45StudentCoun- Va off? A , J cil Publicity Committee 45 Intramural Basketball 4. College: FloridaStateUniversity-School of Nursing Future Plans: To be a success and to go to Bermuda with Kathy, if Ihave ,tg swim. I LILLIAN CAROLYN HENSHAW 7 Hcarolii Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Varsity Scholar 3,45 French Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Track Club 4. Future Plans: To enter the field of science. CHERYL ANNE HERBERT "Cherie' ' Blue A's l,2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Debating Club 2, Secretary 35 Future Nurses Club 25 Intramural Sports 15 Library Staff 15 Megaphone Staff 35 Megaphone Advertising Staff 3,45 Office Staff 15 Science Club 253,45 Science Fair Award 15 Track Club 45 Future Teachers Club 45 WJLK Youth Forum 35 Senior 'N X! Play 45 Spanish Club 45 Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 4. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To live happily ever after. QV HENRICA HESSELS HHEI-myn Blue A's 2,3,4. Future Plans: To travel and become a secretary. JOHANNES A, HESSELS UJ'Ohn!! Shop Club 45 IMC Staff 15 Wrestling 2. Future Plans: To become a builder, GEORGE HOGELIN, JR, Hpetei! Yuma High School l,2,5 Student Council Football Program Chairman 45 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Megaphone Sports Reporter 3,45 IntramuralBowling 3, Secretary 45 Student Varieties 35 Student Council Publicity Committee 45 Intramural Basketball 3,45 Band Council Squad Leader 45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Dance Band l,2. College: Arizona State University Future Plans: To become a success- ful engineer, BERNICE HOGENBIRK c4Bm-myn Future Teachers Club 45 Italian Club Publicity Manager 45 Blue A's 4. College: Paterson State Future Plans: To become a teacher. ANN L, HOPPACH UI-Iodili Gym Leader 1,2,35 Homeroom Secretary 25 Homeroom Vice-President 35 Home- room Banking Representative 15 Student . . fl V Varieties 25 Booster Club 1,25 Bluelf U K A's 35 Intramural Tennis 1. U' V College: Katharine Gibbs ' Future Pla.ns: To have a successful career, A. SUSAN HOWARD Hsusa-ni! Homeroom President 15 Homeroom Vic President 25 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative 2,45 Homeroom Secretary 35 Student Varieties 1,35 Secretary of Freshman Class 15 Latin Club 1,25 Drift- wood Homeroom Representative 45 Meg- aphone Selling Staff 2,3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Senior Play 45 Track Club l,2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Ath- letic Staff 35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intra- mural Basketball 15 Spring Show Par- ticipant 35 lntramural Tennis 1, College: Simmons Future Plans: To graduate from college and have a successful career. K i q' 2 vial W' V m JOHN HENRY HOWELL Ceder Grove Memorial High School 1, 2,3, Band 4: Science Club 4: Booster Club 4. College: Muhlenburg Future Plans: To become a doctor of medicine. CLAIRE A, HUTCHISON "Hutch" Booster Club lg Blue A's lg IMC Sec- retary 3: Intramural Bowling 4. Future Plans: To become a secretary, SARAH MARGARET HUTZLEY KK Sally! 1 Booster Club lg Glee Club l,2,3: Blue A's l,2,3,4g Future Teachers Club 2,3,4g French Club 3,49 Senior Play 4: Intra- mural Bowling 2,4g Intermural Basket- ball Team l,2,3g lntermural Hockey Team College: Montclair Future Plans: To become a speech therapist ANTHONY LEE HYDEN HTOI-,yn Intramural Basketball 3: Glee Club 2,3. Future Plans: To attend R,C,A, In- stitute. ZINA J ABROF F Long Branch High School lg Homeroom Secretary 2: Future Teachers Club 4: Blue A's 2,3g Italian Club 43 Booster Club 4. College: Trenton State College Future Plans: To become a success- ful teacher. WILLIAM JERNEE HBHIH Football 35 Intramural Basketball 35 Gym Monitor l,2,: IMC 25 Industrial Arts Club 4. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To work my way to California. E, HAROLD JOHNSON Football l5 Hall Monitor 35 Industrial Arts Club 45 Gym Monitor 15 Booster Club 45 Intramural Basketball l,2,3. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To be a success in life. GERALD THOMAS JOHNSON KCTim!l Senior Representative to StudentCouncil 45 Homeroom President 2,3,45 Junior Mister 35 Outdoor Track 2,3545 Indoor Track 3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Bowling 2,3, Captain 45 Latin Club 1,2545 Track Club 3,45 Alternate To Boy's State 35 Freeholder ,on County Government Day 35 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,45 Intra- mural Bowling 2,3,45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. College: Middlebury College Future Plans: To have successful ca- reer. JANICE LEE JONES "Jonesy" Long Branch High School l5Concert Band l,2,3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Student Varieties Band 2,3,45 Executive Council 15 Student Varieties 25 Chorus l,25 Glee Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Intramural Softball 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 2,35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Homeroom Banking Representative 2. College: Pfeiffer Future Plans: To have fun and enjoy life, THOMASCJIONES HCY!! Football l,2,3, Captain 45 Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Baseball 15 Hall Monitor 3,45 Varsity Club 35 Band 15 Booster Club 15 Track Club 3. Coll ge: Central State F. til e Plans: To play college football. KAREN JORDON Intramural Hockey 15 Glee Club 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 15 Blue A's l,2,45 Booster Club 25 Homeroom Secretary 1. College: Business School Future Plans: To be a success. MARIE PATRICIA JOSTE HPatH Driftwood Staff 45 Canteen Committee 35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 German Club 35 Future Nurses Club 2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 2,3545 Intramural Basketball 15 Intra- mural Volleyball l. College: Ann May School of Nursing Future Plans: To succeed in all Ido. JUDITH ANN KAM BER "Judi" Homeroom Vice- Presidentg Student Var- ieties 25 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Senior Play 45 Track Club l,2,3,45 Mega- phone Selling Staff 2,35 Driftwood Home- room Representative 45 Booster Club l 2,3,45 Blue A's 1,2,a,45 Latin Club 1,22 I Science Club 35 French Club 4. College: Gettysburg College Future Plans: To get fulfillment out of life. GEORGIA KAPETANAKIS Latin Club l,2. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To become a teacher. ALICE WILLA KAUFMAN "Allie" Blue A's l,2,3,45 Junior-Senior Hockey Team 3,45 Intermural Basketball Team 35 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3545 Gym Leader 45 Student Varieties 25 Student Varieties Band 253,45 Brass Choir2,3,45 LatinClub 1,25 Booster Club 15 Homeroom Secretary 1,45 Freshman Picture Committee 3,45 Track Club 2. College: Syracuse University Future Plans: To study psychology FRANCIS KELLY HF'I-a-nk!! St. Benedict's Prep School 1,25 Varsity Swimming 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4, College: St. Francis College Future Plans: To go to college and have a ball. NANCY LEE KERREY ttNance!7 Office Staff 15 Booster Club 1,25 Future Nurses Club 3. Future Plans: To become a legal sten- ographer. LUC ILLE ANN KERSMARKI f' Lucille' ' www Latin Club l,2,45 Booster Club l,2,35 Track Club 2,35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Future Teachers Club 3,45 Intramural Bowling 2,3, C aptain 45 Intra- mural Tennis 35 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 25 Library Staff 35 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Smith College. Future Plans: To attend college and to be happy and successful in my goal of life. aww WW STEVEN KILEY "Steve" Football 253,45 Outdoor Track 2,45 In- door Track 25 Hall Monitor 45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Student Varieties 35 Booster Club 3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Teens for Safe Driving Club 45 Tennis 2, College: Montclair State Future Plans: To attend college, HERBERT F, KINGSLAND, JR, 'fZauber" Science Club 2,3,45 Photography Club 3,45 Chess Club 2,35 Industrial Arts Club 45 German Club 4. College: Philadelphia Museum College of Arts Future Plans: To be an industrial de- signer. MARGARETE KINHOFER ffMargie" C ollegez Complete- Education in Service Future Plans: To enlist in the Air Force. GAYLE KIRSCH Long Branch High School 15 Track Club 35 Future Teachers Club 2,3,45 Italian Club 45 Blue A's 2,3545 Booster Club 3. Future Plans: To make up my mind. KAREN A, KLANG HKar!! Future Teachers Club 2,3,45 Represen- tative to S,N,J,E,A, Convention at Blair- stown 19635 IMC Graphic Arts Staff 45 Library Staff 45 Megaphone Business Staff 45 Homeroom Banking Represen- tative 35 Booster Club 1,25 Latin Club 1,255 Intramural Basketball and Hockey 1, 25 Blue A's l,2,3,4. College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To attend college. N L ANN KOKINCHAK hyln Bl A' ,2, , . e- arine Gibbs utui s: To work for the govern- that thu C LAUDIA KROE GER c rclyden Bogota High School 15 Track Club 45 Booster Club 45 Megaphone Selling Staff 1 Future Nurses Club 35 Blue A's 4 Intramural Basketball 35 Italian Club 3 Glee Club 25 Latin Club 2. College: Douglass Future Plans: When I go to college not to be the baby of the class. DAVID KRUTTSCHNITT HDave7! Cross Country l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Indoor Track l,2,3,45 Science Club 25 Speech Club 25 Intramural Football 1, 2,35 Intramural Baseball l,2,3. College: Villanova Future Plans: To go to prep school and then to college. MELANIE ANNE KURINSKY GCMQP! Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Varsity Scholar 25 French Club 3,45 Latin Club 12 Homeroom Banking Representative 2, Blue A's 1,25 Booster Club 15 Brother- hood Program 1. College: Douglass Future Plans: To attend college. EDWARD KUTSCHMAN "Eddie" Cross Country l,2,35 Track 1,2,3,45 Sci- ence Club 15 Intramural Basketball l,2, 3,45 Indoor Track 1,2,3,45 Speech Club 45 Intramural Football 1,2. College: University of Tampa Future Plans: To go to college. DEAN LAGER Science Club 2,35 Photography Club 2,35 Band l,2,35 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Homeroom Banking Representative 25 Booster Club 2,35 Megaphone Selling Staff 25 Hall Monitor l,2. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To study political science. MARK S, LAIFER HLaif!l Boy's State Representative 35 Student Varieties 25 Swimming Team 25 Home- room Secretary 35 Science Club 45 ln- tramural Basketball 45 Track Club 3,4. College: Albright Future Plans: To become an attorney, JOHN R, LANGELER CAROL E, LATHAM I STEPHEN LAMMANN f'Steve" Swimming 2,3343 Cross Country 1,23 German Club 33 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43 Hall Monitor 1,43 Booster Club 1,23 Track Club 23 Gym Monitor 33 Track 1,23 Teens for Safe Driving Club 33 Megaphone Selling Staff 2, College: Parsons Future Plans: To go to college, Latin Club 132,43 Booster Club 1,2343 Track Club 2,43 Senior Play 43 Hall Mon- itor 1,43 Track 33 Intramural Bowling 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1,43 Teens for Safe Driving Club 4. College: Seton Hall WILLIAM LARKIN "Bill" Basketball l3 Cross Country 1,23 Base- ball l,23 Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Hall Monitor 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Boos- ter Club 3,43 Science Club 2s Gym Moni- tor 33 Indoor Track 1,23 Teens for Safe Driving Club 3. College: Parsons Future Plans: To go to college. Blue A's 13 Future Nurses Club 2,3,43 Booster Club 1323 Nurse's Staff 13 Li- brary Staff l,2,33 Trebellets 4. Future Plans: To be a medical sec- retary. JIM LeBLANC upepen Football 3,43 Indoor Track 2,3,43 Intra mural Basketball 2,3,43 Cross Country 23 Hall Monitor 3,43 Outdoor Track 3,43 Industrial Arts Club, Secretary 4. College: United States Marine Corps Drill Instructor School Future Plans: To retire. JERROLD R. LESTER "Pencil Slim" Basketball l,2,33 Baseball 1,2333 Track 1,23 French Club 4. Future Plans: To be amerchant marine. CAROL ANN LEVERS Blue A's l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Italian Club 3,45 Future Teachers Club 45 Boo- ster Club 35 Track Club 45 Teenage Book Club 2, College: University of Connecticut Future Plans: To go to college. NEIL LEVIN "Nevel" Student Varieties 25 French Club 35 Track Club 35 Booster Club 45 Mega- phone Staff 45 Senior Play 4. College: U,C,L,A, Future Plans: To be successful and happy. JOAND. LEVY "Leaves" National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 3,4, President 45 Varsity Scholar5 Ki- wanis Honor Society 2,3545 Usherette 3,45 Latin Club, Treasurer l, Secretary 25 Homeroom Vice-President 2,3,45 Sen- ior Play 45 Megaphone News Writer 1,2,3, Copy Editor 45 Gym Leader 3,45 Blue A's 1,2,3,45 Intermural Hockey Team 3,45 Intermural Basketball Team 15 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Freshman Pic- ture Committee 2,35 Booster Club l,2,35 Track Club 2,35 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Swarthmore Future Plans: To go to college, SUSAN LIEBERMAN HDede7! Senior Play 45 Driftwood Personnel Ed- itor 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 45 Sopho- more Drama Club 25 Booster Club l,2, 3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Blue A's' l,2,3,45 Future Teachers Club 25 Intramural Tennis 35 Intramural Bow- ling 25 Teens for Safe Driving Club 2,35 Spanish Club 4. College: University of Rhode Island Future Plans: To have a ticker-tape parade given in my honor, MARY ELLEN LILLY Blue A's l,2,3,45 Track Club 4. Future Plans: To be a bookkeeper, DONALD S, LINKY HLinkl! Editor-in-Chief, Megaphone 45 National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 45 Mon- mouth County Scholastic Press Asso- ciation, President 45 Student Varieties 35 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Fresh- man Editor, Megaphone 25 News Edi- tor, Megaphone 35 Homeroom Presi- dent 2,3545 Junior Prom Committee 35 Varsity Scholar 2,35 French Club 35 Boy's State Alternate 35 Merit Scholar- ship Letter of Commendation 45 Track Club 3,45 Quill and Scroll Society 45 Senior Prom Committee 45 Football l,2, 35 Baseball 1,25 Delegate to Scholastic Press Association of New Jersey. College: Stanford Future Plans: To become Vice-Presi- dent of General Motors. SONIA LIPETZ "Scout" Megaphone Advertising Staff 3,45 Meg- aphone Art Staff 3,45 French Club 3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Megaphone Selling Staff 25 Intra- mural Basketball l,25 Intramural Tennis 1,35 Intramural Mixed Bowling 25 Sen- ior Play 4. College: Rhode Island School of Design Future Plans: To study in Paris. WILLIAM LEO LABODA "Wild Bill" Baseball l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Foot ball l,2,3,45 Speech Club 45 Varsity Club5 Hall Monitor 3,4. College: Boston Future Plans: To become aprofessional athlete. ADALIN E LUBINSKY f ' Little Lollie' ' Homeroom Banking Representative 1,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Student Council Publicity Committee 45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 French Club 35 Sopho- more Drama Club 25 IntramuralBasket- ball 15 Future Teachers Club 2. College: Fairleigh Dickinson Future Plans: To win a twin double, JANET PAULA LUDLOW fgJayi! Long Branch High School 15 Star of the Sea Academy 25 Color Guard 45 Track Club 3,45 Booster Club 3,45 French Club 45 Blue A's 3,45 Future Teachers Club 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Latin Club 4. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To be a success in whatever I do. ANN KATHY LYNCH 'fAnnie" Driftwood Staff 45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Boos- ter Club 1,2,45 Track Club 45 Intramural Hockey 3,45 Intramural Basketball 3,4. Future Plans: To go to college. JAC QUE LINE LYNC H utfackien Color Guard 3,45 Blue A's l,2,35 Sec- retary of Homeroom 35 Homeroom Bank- ing Representative 35 Booster Club l,2, 35 Track Club 2,35 Intramural Bowling 3. Future Plans: To be a success and travel around the world. LAWRENCE R, LYNCH :cLaI-I-yn Football 2,3545 Swimming Team 2,3545 Cross Country 15 Track 1,25 Driftwood Staff 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Homeroom President 35 Homeroom Vice President 45 Homeroom Secretary 25 Booster Club 1,25 Track Club 2,3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Gym Monitor 15 Book Store Committee 3. College: Albright Future Plans: To become a medical technician. CARLA F. MABIL Booster Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: To have a happy and successful life. BETTY G, MABSON "Gea.nie" Blue A's 15 Future Nurses Club l. Future Plans: To go to nursing school. JANET L. MACFARLAND 'Lil' Sis" Booster Club 2,3545 Blue A's 1,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided, VALARIE MACKEY "Susan" Future Plans: To be happy. EDWARD MACKSEY KKMQBCDI College: Villanova Future Plans: To go into the field of engineering. JOHN E, MADDEN "John" J,V, Basketball 23 Freshman Football 13 Intramural Basketball l,2,3, Captain 43 Track Club 1,233343 Intramural Bowl- ing 1,2,3,43 Hall Monitor 132,33 Gym Monitor 2,33 Science Club l,2,3 Booster Club 1,233,4- College: Parsons College Future Plans: To go to college. KENNETH ROBERT MAHLER HKen!! Marching Band 1,2,33 Concert Band 132,33 Student Varieties Band 132,33 Photogra- phy Club 3, Vice President 4g German Club 33 Intramural Basketball 3,43 Speech Club 4. College: George Washington University Future Plans: To get a college educa- tion and to travel. CHRISTINE ANN MALLUE "Chris" Booster Club 1,23 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Intramural Bowling 43 Trebelettes 4. Future Plans: Undecided. SUSAN BETH MANKOFF Klsueli Student Varieties 23 IMC Staff 23 Sopho- Drama Club 23Booster Club l32,3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Track Club 3343 Megaphone Selling Staff 13 Intramural Tennis 2. Future Plans: To have ahappy, success- ful life. RHONDA SHARYN MARKS "Ronni e' ' Blue A's l,2,33 Chess Club 23 Debating Club 23 Hockey Team 1,23 Science Club 1,2,3,4: Nurse's Staff 23 Library Staff 1323 IMC Staff 2,33 Glee Club 23,43 Basketball 2. JOHNMARRON "Johnny" Future Plans: To go into the Navy. JON MARTIN "Jon" Intramural Bowling 35 IMC 15Ita.lianC1ub 2,3. HARVEY J, MAYEROWITZ "Harvey" Science Club 3,45 Chess Club 3,45 Mar- ching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Student Varieties Band 2,3,45Dance Band 25 Intramural Bowling 45 French Club 3. College: University of Florida Future Plans: To go into the field of mathematics. PAUL GARY MAYEROWITZ "Mayer" Hall Monitor 15 Driftwood Homeroom Representative 45 Cross Country l,2,35 Indoor Track 3,45 Outdoor Track 1,45 Science Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Track Club 2,45 Intramural Boys Bow- ling 3,45 Intramural Basketball 4, College: George Washington Univer- sity Future Plans: To enter the field of science and be happy, GERALDINE McDONALD "Gerry" Gym Leader 15 Glee Club l,2,35 Track Club 2,3,45 Blue A's 3,45 Booster Club 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 15 Intramural Softball l,2. College: IBM Training Future Plans: To become successful in whatever I do. NANCY McGLONE HNanH Office Staff 15 Homeroom Vice President 25 Booster Club 1,25 Blue A's l,2,35 Glee Club 15 Intramural Hockey 1, College: Boston University Future Plans: To go to college, EDWARD W, McGRATH "ThreeLap" Transfer Wayne High School 1,25 Var- sity Cross Country 3,45 Varsity Swim- ming 3,45 Track Club 3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Booster Club 4, College: Montclair State College Future Plans: To be a physical educa- tion instructor and have a swimming team that will beat Westfield, EVELYNN MCGUINNES HEVieH Science Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,45 De- bating Club 2,45 Chess Club 2. College: Cornell University Future Plans: To become a veterin- arian. PATRICIA MCLAIN "Patti" Blue A's l,2,35 Student Varieties 1,25 Homeroom President 25 Homeroom Sec- retary 45 Italian Club 45 Homeroom Ban- king Representative 45 Color Guard 45 Booster Club 1,2. Future Plans: To go to college, RAYMOND R, MCORMOND c 4 Tripp! x Transfer from Cherry Hill High School 1,25 Wrestling 3,45 Instructional Material Service Crew 3,45 Graphic Arts 45 Glee Club 2. College: University of Massachusetts Future Plans: To study forestry. RICHARD E, MEARNS "Dick" Cross Country 1,25 Indoor Track 25 Out- door Track 25 Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 35 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,45 Glsandyil Track Club 4. Future Plans: To graduate from college RIC HARD MEC HANIK uMacn Camera Club 3,45 Intramural Sports 15 Science Club 2,3,4. College: Rhode Island Institute RAC HE LLE SANDRA MEISELMAN Einstein High School l,2,35 Science Club 45 Blue A's 45 Senior Play Committee 4. College: Bradley University Future Plans: To be a micro biologi- cal a.rtist. STEWART MELNICK f'Zeus" Football 35 Intramural Basketball 253,45 Track Club 45 Boosters 45 Speech Club 4. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To become a physical eudcation teacher, RIC HARD A, ME NNIE f ' Rick" Intramural Basketball 2,35 Spanish Club 45 Speech Club 45 Track Club 4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To be successful BARBARA ELLEN MEZEY "Bobbi" Megaphone Advertising Staff 45 Future Teachers Club 2,3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 2,35 Blue A's l,2,45 Booster Club l,2,35 French Club 3,45 Intramural Bas- ketball 25 Intramural Tennis 35 Speech Club 4. College: Paterson State College Future Plans: To teach in grammar school. CAROL ANN MILLER Ucarolli Blue A's l,2,3, President 45 Intermural Hockey Team 152,35 Intermural Basket- ball Team 25 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,45 Gym Leader l,2,3,45 Girl's Sports Edi- tor, Driftwood 45 Future Teachers Club 2,3, Treasurer 45 IMC Secretarial Staff 3,45 Megaphone Staff 1,25 Track Club 35 Homeroom Banking,Representative 2. College: Ursinus Future Plans: To become a successful teacher. DAVID MILLER Dave Chess Club 25 Hall Monitor 4. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To own a construction company. JO FRANCES MILLER "Joseph" Future Nurses Club 35 Program Chair- man 45 Banking Representative 35 Boo- ster Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Track Club 3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 German Club 3. College: North Carolina College Future Plans: To become a dietician and Home Economics Teacher. JOSEPH T. MILLER !CJ'oe!! Varsity Scholar 2,3s Kiwanis Honor Soc- iety 3,43 Merit Letter of Commendation 43 Varsity Baseball Manager 2,33 Sci- ence Club 3,4S Senior Play 43 Debating Club 2,43 French Club 3. College: M,I,T. Future Plans: To become an astro- nautical engineer. BERNARD MICHAEL MILMOE "Bernie" Football l,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 3,43 Homeroom Vice President 23 Hall Monitor 4. Future Plans: To go to college. JOANNE VERONICA MOCZYDLOWSKI HJOU Glee Club 2,33 Homeroom President 43 IMC 43 Homeroom Banking Represen- tative 2,33 Canteen Committee 33 Sen- ior Play 4. College: New York Academy of Dra- matic Arts Future Plans: To become a singer and actress in musical comedy. YVONNE MARIE MORAN "Yvonne" Blue A's 2,33 Latin Club 13 Booster Club 23 Homeroom Banking Representative 23 Track Club 2,3. College: Trenton State College Future Plans: To become a speech therapist. ROBERTA M. MORRIS "Robbie" Megaphone Feature Writer 23 Supple- ment Editor 33 Managing Editor 43 News Writer 13 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Sch- olar 2,33 Usherette 43 Debating Club 2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Homeroom Secretary 2,33 Monmouth County Scholastic Press As- sociation 2, Secretary 33 Merit Letter of Commendation 4. College: Barnard College Future Plans: To major in English and enter the field of writing. GEOFFREY MOSER V ICDOC!! Bronx High School of Science 1,2. Future Plans: To study medicine. WILLIAM JAY MOSES "Moses" Vice-President County Student Council 45 Junior Representative to Student Co- uncil 351-Iomeroom President 1,2535 Vice- President 45 Vice President National Honor Society 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3545 Varsity Scholar 152,35 Athlete Sch- olar Award-Swimming5 Quiz Bowl 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Booster Club 15253, President 45 Track Club l,253,45 Boy's State 35 German Club 2,3545 Base- ball 1,2535 Driftwood Homeroom Repre- sentative 45 Swimming 1,2535 Captain 45 Student Varieties 35 Intramural Basket- ball l,2,3,4. College: Dartmouth Future Plans: To be active in govern- ment affairs, JAMES PAUL MUELLER llJimmy!D Basketball 25 Intramurals 253,45 Soccer 25 Booster Club 354. Future Plans: To enter the Navy, DAVID E, NASH "Dave" Cross-Country 2,35 Indoor Track 2,35 Outdoor Track 2535 Track Club 3,45 Varsity Club 354. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To go to college, V NANCY NEIMAN "The Radical" Driftwood Lay-Out Editor 45 Senior Play 45 Future Teachers Club 253,45 Germa Club 3,45 IMC Graphics Staff 2,3545 Soph- omore Drama Club 2. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To major in secondary education and teach Russian. WAYNE K, NEWMAN f'Fresh" Football 15 Basketball 15 Intramurals 2,3545 Booster Club 354. LINDA JEAN NOLAND HI-,inn Gym Leader 1,25 IntramuralSports 152535 Future Nurses Club 45 Science Club 45 Blue A's 15253545 Nurse's Staff 4. College: Wagner ,Future Plans: To major in biology L Land become a lab technician. RUTH C, NONNENBERG "Ruthie" Colorguard 2, Captain 3,45 Senior Play 45 Office Staff l,2,3,4- Homeroom Sec- ' I retary 45 Homeroom Banking Repre- sentative l,25 Track Club 3,45 Blue A's l,2,3,4. Future Plans: To be happy and succ- essful. ALLEN NORBY HAI!! Baseball l,2,3,45 Varsity Scholar 1,25 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Homeroom Vice-President l,2,35 Basketball 1,25 In- tramural Basketball 3,45 German Club 2,35 Merit Scholarship of Commendation 45 Athletic Scholar Award 3. College: Stevens Institute of Technolo- SY. Future Plans: To become a nuclear engineer. NANCY SUE NORTHRIDGE tlNanCe9! Student Announcer 45 Senior Play 45 IMC Secretarial Staff l,2,45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Intramural Basketball l,2,35 Booster Club 45 Girl's State Representative 3. College: Katharine Gibbs Future Plans: To be an executive secretary. ALAN NOVOGROD HAP! Varsity Tennis 2, Captain 35 National Honor Society 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3,45 Basketball Manager 1,35 Varsity Scholar 2,35 Senior Play 45 Varsity Club 2,35 Chess Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 German Club 2,3,45 Science Club 2,3,45 Homeroom Vice-President l. College: Duke Future Plans: To go into Law. LAWRENCE C. NUSSDORF nLaI-ryu Merit Scholarship Letter of Commenda- tion 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Sen- ior Play 45 Quiz Bowl 45 Megaphone Staff 2,3,45 Debating Club 2,3, Treasurer 45 Varsity Scholar 1,25 Brotherhood Forum 15 Track 1,25 Intramural Bowling 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Track Club 25 Teens for Safe Driving Club 3. College: University of Pennsylvania Future Plans: To be a successful cor- poration lawyer and an accountant. JEANNE OBERST lltleanl! Neptune High School l,2,35 Intramural Bowling 45 Blue A's 4. Future Plans: To become a beautician. THOMAS PRESTON O'DELL, II nclaspyu Basketball l,2,3, Captain 45 Track and Field l,2,3, Captain 4, Cross Country l,2,33 Varsity Club 3,43 Megaphone Staff 2: Student Varieties 2, Track Club l,2, 3,45 Booster Club 3,43 Gym Monitor 43 Hall Monitor 3,43 Intramural Basketball Captain 1,23 Intramural Track and Field lg Baseball lg Chorus 2,3,4g Glee Club 1,25 Golf 25 French Club 2gWrestling l. College: Arizona State University Future Plans: To be a physical educa- tion teacher and achieve the highest degree of excellence in my profession. LINDA ORLANDO ICI-Jin!! Homeroom President 2: Homeroom Vice-President 35 Italian Club 2, Italian Club Representative 35 Italian Club Vice- President 45 Future Teachers Club 43 Vice Principal's Office Staff lg Blue A's l,2,3,4g Booster Club l,2,3g Junior Prom Committee 33 Megaphone Selling Staff 2, Intramural Hockey lg Intramural Bas- ketball 2. College: State Teachers College, Future Plans: To make a million dollars. CATHY V. OSBORN "Ozzie" Homeroom Secretary 35 Junior Prom Committee 3s Track Club l,2,3,4g Boos- ter Club 1,2,4g Booster Club, Treasurer 35 Gym Leader 1,25 Blue A's l,2,3,4g Intramural Hockey Team lg Italian Club 25 Megaphone Selling Staff 4g Sophomore Drama Club 23 Intramurals l,2,3,4. College: Saint Francis Hospital, School of Nursing. Future Plans: To become an Indian with Patti, Rose, and Nancy. SUSAN PATRICIA PACKET ICS-ue!! Booster Club 2,3,4g Track Club 43 Student Council Publicity Committee 4: Office Staff 1. Future Plans: Undecided. WILLIAM H, PALMER, IH uBiuyn Football 1,2,3,4, Track lg Swimming 1: Booster Club l,2,3,4g Industrial Arts Club, President 4, Wrestling 2,4g Track Club 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Mega- phone Advertising Staff 4. Future Plans: To go into the Navy and learn an industrial trade. GAYLE N. PAPPAYLION Latin Club 1,25 Future Teachers Club 2,43 Future Nurses Club 25 Teenage Book Club 2: Blue A's l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4g Sophomore Drama Club 1,23 Stu- dent Council Publicity Committee 4. College: Skidmore Future Plans: To becomeapsychologist. JUDITH MARIE PARKER UP.J.n Booster Club 2,3,4g Track Club 3,45 Blue A's 2,3,4g Intramural Tennis l, Future Plans: To stay happy and ful- fill my ambitions. DAVID PARRATT llDaveH Hall Monitor lg Gym Monitor lg Football lg Booster Club 1,23 Speech Club 45 Intramural Basketball l,2,3. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To be a State Policeman, LINDA LEE PASCALE "Linda" Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Megaphone Advertising Staff 4, German Club 3,43 Megaphone Selling Staff 23 Science Club 2,3,4g Debating Club 45 Booster Club 1,2,3,4g Driftwood Typist 45 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Penn State Future Plans: To do medical research. HARRY E, PATTERSON, JR, "Har" Homeroom President 4, Freshman Track 1, Monitor 1, Future Plans: To work and then to go into the Army. NANCY PAUL disarm!! Track Club 1,2,3,4g Megaphone Selling Staff 2,3,4g Blue A's l,2,3,4: Office Staff lg Booster Club 1,2,3,43 Intramural Sports l,2,3,4g Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: School of Traphagen Future Plans: To be an Indian with Ozzie, Rose, and Patti. DIANNE PELUSO Future Nurses Club 3,45 Blue A's l,2, 3,43 Homeroom Banking Representative 2g Booster Club 2,3,4. College: Monmouth Medical Center Future Plans: To become a nurse. JEANPERRELLA "Jeannie" Sophomore Drama Club 25 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Italian Club 3,45 Office Staff 2,45 Booster Club 1,25 3,45 Track Club 45 Future Teachers Club 15 Megaphone Business Staff 4. College: New York School of Interior Design Future Plans: To be an interior dec- orator. VINCENT PERRELLA nvinnyn Football l,2,3. Future Plans: To be a success. LOUIS PEIRROTTO ul-luckyn Intramural Basketball l,2,3,45 Hall Mon- itor 2,35 Track Club 3,45 Italian Club l,2,3,4. Future Plans: To marry June. JAMES PETILLO "Mr, Boston" Football 1,2535 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 2,35 Track Club 45 Hall Monitor l,3,45 Cafeteria Monitor 15 Track 15 Teens for Safe Driving Club 35 Intramural Basketball l,3,4,55 Megaphone Staff 2,4. College: University of California Future Plans: To be successful in my own way. ' HEDWIG A. PETRUSKY "Hedi" Blue A's l,3,45 Nurse's Office Staff 35 Booster Club 4. College: Mulhenburg Hospital, School of Nursing. Future Plans: To become a nurse. LYNN E, PEZZELLA uLym1n Office Staff 1,2,45 Intramural Bowling 3,45 Italian Club 2,3, Treasurer 45 Boo- ster Club 25 Blue A's 35 Homeroom Banking Representative 4. College: The Cooper Hospital-School of Nursing Future Plans: To become a nurse IRENE HARRIET PHILIP Megaphone Advertising Manager 45 Megaphone Newswriter 2,35 Debating Club 2, President 45 Science Club 2, Secretary 3,45 Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 45 Monmouth County Scholastic Press Association, Secretary 35 Latin Club 1,25 German Club 3,45 Third Prize 1962 APHS, WJLK Youth Forum 2,35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 lntermural Hockey Team 35 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Health Office Staff 15 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Temple University Future Plans: To enter the field of journalism. CARL ANTHONY PISANO npizen Varsity Scholar 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Homeroom Banking Representative 15 Science Club 2,3,45 Chess Club 2,3,45 Kiwanis Honor Society 2,35 President 45 National Honor Society 3, Executive Board 45 Homeroom President 35 Jun- ior Prom Committee 35 Student Coun- cil 35 Senior Play 45 Quiz Bowl Captain 45 German Club 3, Secretary 45 Drift- wood-Group Picture Editor 45 Mega- phone Staff 45 Monmouth County Scho- lastic Press Association 4. College: Georgetown University Future Plans: To study dentistry and be a success. LYNN RUBIE POLLACK Homeroom Secretary 25 Student Var- ieties 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Christmas Show 15 Science Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Booster Club l,3,45 Track Club 3,45 Homeroom Banking Representative 35 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Blue A's 1,45 Student Council Publicity Committee 45 Megaphone Selling Staff 25 Intramural Basketball 15 Senior Play Committee 4. Future Plans: To take life in stride, HOWARD POLLAK German Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Pho- tography Club 45 Intramural Bowling 2. College: University of Pennsylvania Future Plans: To go to college and travel. GARY STEVEN PURO Baseball l,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Intra- mural Basketball 1, Captain 2,3,45 Mar- ching Band 1,2535 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Student Varieties Band l,2,3,45 Varsity Club 35 German Club 35 Sophomore Dra- ma Club 25 Radio Club 3,45 Hall Moni- tor 4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To graduate from college and be successful, FRANCISCO QUINONES "Frankie" Future Plans: To become a pilot. BONNIE A, RAPP "Bonn" Blue A's l,2,35 Italian Club 2: Track Club 2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,35 Office Staff 15 Homeroom Banking Represen- tative l5 Megaphone Selling Staff l5Soph- omore Drama Club 25 Future Teachers' Club l. College: Dickinson Future Plans: To be a psychologist. DAVID WILLIAM RECKTENWALD HDave!! Physical Fitness Team 3. College: Newark College of Engineer- ing Future Plans: To travel and stay single, GILBERT REED, JR. "Fatboy" Football 2,3,45 Indoor Track 2,3,45 Out- door Track 3,45 Track Club 3,45 Glee Club 25 Hall Monitor 2,3,45 Cafeteria Monitor 2,3,45 Chorus 25 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 3,45 Booster Club 2,35 Teens for Safe Driving Club 35 Cross-Country 1. College: Bluefield State Future Plans: To become a C.P.A, CAROL JUNE REID 'fCarol" Blue A's l,2,3,45 IMC Staff 15 Intramural Bowling 2,45 Intramural Hockey 1,25 Intramural Basketball 15 Intramural Ba- seball l. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To strive for health, heart and happiness. EDWARD AUSTIN ROBINSON uRobbyn Cross Country 2,3,45 Indoor Track 2,3,45 Outdoor Track 3,45 Track Club 2,35 Booster Club 2,3,45 Gym Monitor 15 Foot- ball 15 Glee Club 2,35 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Hall Monitor 15 Industrial Arts Club 2,3. College: Rider College Future Plans: To become a certified public accountant. HAROLD ALLEN ROBINSON HROb!! Football 1, Varsity 2,3,45 Indoor Track 3,45 Varsity Track l,2, Captain 3,45 Intramural Basketball l,2, 3,45 Hall Moni- tor 3,45 Track Club 3,45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball l,2,3,45 Booster Club 3,45 Intramural Football l,2,3,45 Physical Fitness Team 25 Var- sity Club 3,45 Industrial Arts Club 4. College: Central State of Ohio. Future Plans: To be a successful bach- elor and attend the 1968 Olympics. A s VX ft L X. X, l SYLVIA ROBINSON "Doe Doe" Blue A's 1,25 Glee Club l,2,3: TrackClub 3,45 Booster Club 1,2,35 Library Staff 2. Future Plans: To become a dietician. THEODORE G, ROSE llTedD 7 Varsity Football 2,3,45 Freshman Foot- ball l5 National Honor Society 3, Presi- dent 45 Kiwanis Honor Society 3, Trea- surer 45 Varsity Scholar l,2,35 J,V. Track 25 Freshman Track 15 Vice-Presi- dent of Class 35 Homeroom President l,3,45 Homeroom Vice-President 25 Ger- man Club 4, Vice President35 Latin Club Vice-President 1,25 Track Club 45 Intra- mural Basketball 3. Co1lege: Johns Hopkins University Future Plans: To become a surgeon. SUSAN LENORE ROSENBERG HS-ue!! J,V, Cheerleader 1,35 Homeroom Presi- dent 2, Secretary 45 Student Varieties 15 Megaphone Staff l,2,5 Future Teach- ers Club 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Sopho- more Drama Club 25 Booster Club 1,25 Blue A's 1,25 IMC Secretarial Staff 4. Future Plans: To be an elementary school teacher, a wife and a mother. HOWARD PAUL ROSENBLUM HH0w!7 Latin Club 1,45 Photography Club 3,45 Intramural Basketball 3,4. College: University of Colorado Future Plans: To become a scientist. MARGARET V. ROSS upegg-yn Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3,45 Varsity Scholar 2,35 Twirling Squad 2,3, Cap- tain 45 Student Varieties 35 Usherette 45 Quiz Show 45 Homeroom Secretary 'Q' f ff 25 IMC Staff 15 Blue A's 1,2,3,45 Gym Leader 3,45 Intramural Bowling 3,45 Intrmural'Basketbal1 Team 25 French Club 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Future Teach- ers Club 45 Booster Club 2,35 Sopho- ' more Drama Club 2. I , ' College: Montclair State College if foFutul3p3PlQs: To become a high school , olefyggehergeftx ,ek qfyij, ,gd P M if N PKTRIC IA ANN RUDD , V "Patti" 'Pfrack Club 3 Booster Club 3 College: Monmouth af , Future Plans: To go to Ft. Lauder- , dale with Yvonne and Charlotte. fkfbtiqldmice Office Staff 15 Blue A's 3,45 L S - Us J 1 I 73 J J MARY PENE LOPE RUSHTON "Penni" Blue A's l,2, President 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, Gym Leader l,2,3,4g Varsity Bowling 3,43 Intramural Bowling 2,3,4g Mixed League Bowling 2,35 Homeroom Vice President 45 Booster Club l,2,3,4, Track Club 2,3,4g Homeroom Banking Representative 43 Megaphone Selling Staff 2g Intramural Basketball Team l,2, Captain 3,43 Intramural Volleyball l,2,3, Intramural Softball 1,2,3g Intra- mural Hockey Team l,2, Captain 3,4g Intramural Tennis 2,3. College: Penn Hall Junior College Future Plans: To become a physical education instructor. WENDY JOAN SACHS Megaphone Feature Writer 2,3,4, Assis- tant Advertising Editor 4g Exchange Ed- itor 33 Freshman News Writer 13 Ki- wanis Honor Society 3,4g Varsity Scho- lar 15 Band 2,43 Chess Club 3, Treas- urer 4, Student Varieties 25 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Homeroom Vice President lg Guidance Office Staff 1,25 Monmouth County Scholastic Press Association 3, Press Club lg Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative 25 Science Club 3. College: Douglass Future Plans: To graduate from college, WILLIAM KEITH SALTZMAN f'Bil1" Future Plans: To become a hair stylist. BONNIE NELSINE SAMUEL Oxon Hill High School l,2,3g Booster Club 4, Blue A's 45 Quiz Bowl 4, Span- ish Club 4, Intramural Bowling 4. College: Douglass Future Plans: To work for the govern- ment. MYLES S, SANDBERG Chess Club 2, President 3,45 Science Club 2,3,4g German Club 3, Track Club 2,3,4g Intramural Bowling 33 Intramural Basketball 2,33 Photography Club 23 Megaphone Selling Staff 3. College: University of Pittsburgh Future Plans: To go into medicine. BEATRICE VICTORIA SANDERS "Beat's" Blue A's l,2,4g Track Club 2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Chorus 2,4g Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 2,33 Intramural Basketball 2,3g Future Teachers Club 2,35 Home- room Banking Representativel,3, Home- room Treasurer 2, Office Staff 2, Ath- letic Staff 1,25 Booster Club 2,35 Library Staff 1,23 Teen Age Book Club 33 Intra- mural Softball 3, Intramural Bowling 3, Intramural Tennis 2. College: Central State of Ohio Future Plans: To be a history teacher, and live a full life, PATRICIA ELLEN SAUNDERS "Kita" Homeroom Treasurer 35 Homeroom Banking Representative 35 FutureNurses Club 3, Vice-President 45 Blue A's 15 Band 1,25 Track Club 3,45 Library Staff 15 Booster Club 3. Future Plans: To become a success- ful nurse. HENRY SAYRS "Seemore" Intramural Bowling 2,35 Booster C 2,3,45 Track Club 2,3,45 Italian C 2,35 Track l. College: Rutgers Future Plans: To go into law. SHIRLEY JEANNE SCALZI "Gina" Italian Club 2,35 Secretary 45 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 1,2,35 In- tramural Basketball 35 Intramural Soft- ball 1,2,3. Future Plans: To become a secretary, lub lub SUSAN JOYCE SC HACH ltsuefi Kiwanis Honor Society 3,45 Future Tea- chers Club 2,3,45 Girl's State Alternate 35 Office Staff 15 Megaphone Writer 2,35 Sophomore Drama Club Treasurer 25 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2, 3,45 Track Club 25 Spanish Club 4. College: Adelphi Future Plans: To teach Spanish.. RICHARD JOHN SCHARER lCRiCh!I Megaphone Photographer l,2,35 Camera Club 2, President 35 Homeroom Vice President 15 Italian Club 2,35 Freshman Baseball Manager 15 Varsity Baseball Manager 35 Track Club 25 Booster Club 2. College: University of Iowa Future Plans: To be a successful attorney. ' BARRY W. SC HARF' uBaI-ry: v Wrestling Team 45 Photography Club 35 Booster Club 1,2,35 Track Club 2,35 Industrial Arts Club 4, College: Miami University Future Plans: To become an elec- tronic engineer, ARLENE SCHMAIER Quiz Bowl 43 Student Varieties 1,2,3j Kiwanis Honor Society 3, Vice Presi- dent 43 Varsity Scholar l,2,33 Senior Play 43 French Club 3, Vice President 43 Lat- in Club 1, Treasurer 2, Delegateto Citi- zenship Institute3 Track Club 3,43 Usher- ette 43 Homeroom Vice President 33 Booster Club l,2,33 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Intramural Basketball l. College: University of Vermont Future Plans: To lead a happy and successful life. ROBERT SCHMIDT ' f'Schultz" Service Crew l,2, Captain 3,43 Student Announcer 3,45 Senior Play 4s Monmouth County Speech Arts Festival 3,4j Stage Crew Captain 2,3,4. College: University of Ohio Future Plans: To go into radio and T,V, broadcasting. SUE RUTH SCHNEIDER tlsuei! Swing Flags 2,3, Captain 43 Homeroom Secretary 33 French Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Future Teachers Club 43 Boo- ster Club l,2,3,43 Track Club 3,43 Blue A's 1,2,3,43 Gym Leader 3,43 Girls Sports l,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball Team 33 Intramural Hockey Team 3,4. College: Montclair State Future Plans: To lead a happy and successful life. CHARLOTTE SCHOLTER "Char" Future Teachers Club 2,3,43 Latin Club l3 German Club 33 Homeroom Banking Representative 1,33 Booster Club 1,23 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Track Club 23 Intra- mural Basketball l3 Megaphone Staff 1. College: University of Vermont Future Plans: To go to Ft. Lauder- dale with Yvonne and Patti. A SUSAN LEE SCHULMAN Hsueii Megaphone News Writer 1,23 Driftwood Staff 43 Latin Club 1,23 French Club 3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Science Club 43 Chess Club 33 Booster Club l,2. College: Simmons Future Plans: To study medical tech- nology. DONNA ROSE SCHWARTZ "Donna" Cheerleader, J,V, 1, Varsity 2, Captain J,V, 33 Athletic Staff 43 Homeroom Sec- retary 23 Student Varieties 33 Homeroom Banking Representative 23 Christmas Show 23 Spring Show 23 Gym Leader lg Track Club 1,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,4. College: University of Bridgeport. Future Plans: To become a medical secretary and then get married, RENEE SCHWARTZ "Renee" Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Usherette 43 Science Club 23 Italian Club 3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Megaphone Feature Writer 43 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Recep- tionist 13 IlVlC Secretarial Staff 2. College: Monmouth Future Plans: Become a good jour- nalist and later ahappily married house- wife. WILLIAM SC HWARZ HBHIH College: General Motors Institute Future Plans: To become an engin- eer. SUSAN CHRISTIE SCOTT C lsuei ! Homeroom Secretary 13 Homeroom Vice- President 23 Blue A's 1,2,3,43 Track Club 43 Senior Play Publicity Committee 43 Megaphone Art Staff 3,4j Booster Club 13 Student Council Publicity Club 43 Intramural Bowling 2. College: Paterson State College Future Plans: To be a success in some phase of merchandising. EILEEN SEBESTYEN "Eileen" Blue A's 1,2,3,4Q Future Nurses Club 23 Future Teachers Club 3,43 French Club 3,43 IMC Staff 23 Megaphone Sel- ling Staff 2. College: Montclair State Future Plans: To be an English Teach- er in secondary education. CAROL ANN SEE LIG "Carol" Future Nurses C1ub1,2,33Twir1ingSquad 3g Blue A's 2,3Q Latin Club 123 Office Staff 2,35 Intramural , mural Bowling 3. Future Plans: To be line hostess and go Lucille, GA DIANE MARCIA SE HDi!! Homeroom Secretary 33 Girl's State Alternate 33 Senior Play 43 Gym Lea- der l,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball Team 1,23 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Sophomore Drama Club 23 Future Nurses Club 2,35 ln- tramural Bowling 23 Booster Club l,2, 33 Track Club 23 Spanish Club 4. College: Adelphi Future Plans: To become a medical technologist. a successful LL Tennis 33 Intra- air- to Hawaii with 77 JEANCAROLSERINE :cEthy1n National Honor Society 3,43 Kiwanis Honor Society 2,3343 Usherette 43 French Club 3,45 Science Club 233,43 Varsity Scholar 1,23 Vice President Homeroom 33 Blue A's l,2,3,4, College: Sacramento City College Future Plans: To study biology. STUART N. SERINE llstuf 3 Varsity Baseball 3,43 Intramural Basket- ball l,2,3,43 Science Club 23 Track Club 43 Booster Club 1,2,3,43 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Hall Monitor 4. College: Montclair State Future Plans: T become a physical education teach -, af na at Qgffoai ROWARY TT 1,3 4 o C 1, a Q? F re Pl W n o York's PC? sine s Worl Av 50 .. e B pts' . . X r i 4, 0 ge: iness cho ' I s: We t an W 3 . I A Qxbrrffi SHAPIRO Homeroom President 1,23 Vice Presi- dent of Class 13 Vice Principal's Staff 2,43 Alternate for Gir1's State 33 Nur- se's Staff lg Student Varieties 1,2333 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club 1,2333 Track Club l,2,3,43 Future Teachers Club 132,33 Future Nurses Club 13 Sen- ior Play Make-Up Committee 43 Soph- omore Drama Club 23 Christmas Show 23 Intramural Basketball 1. College: Northeastern University Future Plans: To become a teacher. PATRICIA SHAW "Tricia" Gym Leader 13 Intramural Basketball 1,23 Intramural Baseball 1,25 Intramural Hockey 1,23 Blue A's l,2,3,4. Future Plans: To be the wife of the Postmaster General. LEONARD MARK SHIKOFF CII-Jenny!! Booster Club 1,2,3: Track Club 1,2333 Photography Club 13 Megaphone Staff 23 Glee Club 13 Science Club 13 Hall Monitor 1,35 Chess Club 23 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Newark State College Future Plans: To be a successful lawyer. MARK DAVID SHOOMAN Driftwood Business Manager 4, Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 33 Kiwanis Honor Society 3, 4: Varsity Scholar 1,25 Quiz Bowl, Team Captain 4: Photography Club Treasurer 2,3, Pres- ident 43 Science Club 2,3,4g German Club 3,4. College: Brandeis Future Plans: To become a rich math- ematician. , JANET GLORIA SHULMAN Blue A's l,2,3,4g Intramural Volleyball 1, Intramural Basketball lg Intramural Bowling 2,3. College: Monmouth Future Plans: To work and then get married. MICHAEL SHULMAN "Mickey" Intramural Bowling 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 3,4g Megaphone Staff 2,3,4g Ger- man Club 3,4g Track Club 2,3g Booster Club 2,3. College: Muhlenberg Future Plans: To help humanity - socially or physically. JACK SIEGEL Homeroom Vice-President 2 5 Intramural Bowling l,2,3,4g Varsity Bowling 33 J,V, Baseball 3: Student Council Publicity Committee 4: Science Club 25 Megaphone Selling Staff 43 BoosterClub 2,3,4g Track Club 3,43 Megaphone Advertising Staff 3. College: Syracuse University Future Plans: To become an engineer, RONALD A, SIEKA "Ronnie" Track Club 2,35 French Club 2,3g Base- ball l,2g Football l. College: Seton Hall Future Plans: To become an F,B,I, agent. BRENDA PAULA SILVERMAN "Brenda", Blue A's 2,3,4g Track Club 2,3,4g Soph- omore Drama Club 25 Driftwood Home- room Representative 4, IMC Staff lg Booster Club 1. College: Ceder Crest College Future Plans: To be well and happy. JAN CAROL SILVERMAN "Jan Jan" Blue A's 1,2,3,4g Booster Club 132. Future Plans: To enter the field of merchandising. LINDA SUE SILVERSTEIN Future Nurses Club 3, Secretary 43 Library Staff 43 Track Club 2,3343 Boo- ster Club 2,3,43 Blue A's l,2,33 Mega- phone Selling Staff 23 Teenage Book Club 132,33 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Beth Israel School of Nursing Future Plans: To earn an R,N, degree. SOPIBIIE SIWAKOWSKI ICSC!! Italian Club, Treasurer 43 Blue A's 43 Intramural Bowling 4. Future Plans: Toteach home economics. ELISE ROSE SLEGER "Elsie" Sophomore Drama Club 23 Latin Club 13 French Club 2,3,43 Press Club 13 IMC Staff 13 Booster Club l. College: Syracuse University Future Plans: To marry a doctor or lawyer and be successful and happy. ENID C, SMITH "Teenie Weenie Enie" Glee Club l,2,3,4. College: Fashion Institute of Tech- nology Future Plans: To be afashion designer, NANCY PAULINE SNYDER l fNa-ncyi 3 Booster Club 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Blue A's 13233343 Future Teachers Club 4. College: Cedar Crest College Future Plans: To go to college. 'wr f"? xfvf' fM""lu: MICHELLE GAIL SPECHLER 1 ROSEANNE SORIANO Our Lady of Good Counsel High School l,2,33 Senior Play Committee 43 Fu- ture Teachers Club 4, College: Newark State Future Plans: To have a teaching ca reer. CHRISTOPHER J, SORTINO "Chris" Cross Country l,2,33 Indoor Track 23 Outdoor Track 23 Varsity Club 3,43 It- alian Club 2. College: Monmouth College Future Plans: To be a naval officer, BARBARA JEAN SOTNICK "BObbi' ' Senior Play 43 Guidance Office Staff 4, Blue A's 1,2,3,43 Gym Leader 43 Meg- aphone Staff 2,3j Future Teachers Club 43 Booster Club 2,3,43 Track Club 23 Varsity and Intramural Bowling 2,3,43 Intramural Hockey Team 2,33 Sopho- more Drama Club 23 Intramural Tennis 23 Intramural Softball 2,33 Intramural Volleyball l,2,3,43 Intramural Basket- ball 2,3,4. College: Montclair State College Future Plans: To make a success of the future. Senior Girl Representative to Student Executive Council3 J,V, Cheerleader 13 Varsity Cheerleader 3,4j Varsity Scholar 1,23 Homeroom President 1,2,3,4Q Kiwan- is Honor Society 2,3, Secretary 43 Ger- man Club 4, Secretary 33 Megaphone Fashion Artist 43 Junior Prom Commit- tee 33 Sophomore DramaClub, Secretary 23 Track Club 2,4Q Blue A's l,2,33 Intra- mural Basketball l,23 Intramural Tennis l,2,33 Student Varieties 2. College: University of Connecticut Future Plans: To become a commer- cial artist or a veternarian. ROBERT W, SPECK "Bob" Hall monitor 13 Swimming l,3,43 Track Club 33 Football 1,23 Varsity Club 3,4. Future Plans? To continue my educa- tion. ANN MARIA SPITZ lfAnnY! Blue A's l,2,3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Italian Club 2,33 Future Teachers Club 2,3Q Health Office Staff 3,43 StudentCoun- cil Publicity Committee 43 Homeroom Secretary 13 Track Club 1,2,3,43 Future Nurses Club 33 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative I. College: Madison College Future Plans: First to go to college, then travel, then to make a great, big certain someone very happy. Student Spanish itor 43 Student LINDA SPONTAK f'Linda" Guidance Office Staff 23 Blue A's 13 Homeroom Banking Representative 2,33 IMC Staff 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Intramural Hockey 1. College: Wilfred Beauty Culture School Future Plans: To become a beautician. JERRYSROKA Varieties 1,23 Senior Play 43 Club 43 Megaphone Sports Ed- Megaphone Sports Writer 2,33 Council Publicity Committee, Chairman 43 Track Club 2,3,43 Booster Club 3,41 Teens for Safe Driving Club 43 Hall Monitor 43 Intramural Basket- ball 3,43 Football Program Sports Ed- itor 43 Christmas Show 2,3,43 Spring Show 233,45 Press Club 1,23 Science Club 1,23 Freshman Football 13 Picture Edi- tor of Press Club 2. College: American Theatre Wing Future Plans: The Stage. CHARLES STANSBURY ufrjhpper-u Basketball 233,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,23 Track Club 2,3,43 Hall Monitor 43 Italian Club 43 Debating Club 43 Speech Club 43 Varsity Club 3,43 Booster Club l,2,3,4. College: Michigan State University Future Plans: To go to college make good. and DOUGLAS STARK HDugI3 Golf 2,43 Basketball 1,23 Bowling 2,33 German Club 43 Track Club 43 Booster Club 43 Intramural Basketball 3,4. College: Pennsylvania State Future Pla.ns: To deal with stocks and bonds on Wall Street. ROBERT L. STEELE l!Bob!! Track 13 Varsity Tennis 23 Debating Club 33 Swimming 2,43 Megaphone Pho- tographer 13 Track Club 2,3,43 Varsity Club 3,43 Booster Club 3,43 Student Council Parking Attendant 33 Intramural Basketball 1,23 Student Council Publicity Committee 2,33 Chess Club 43 Spanish Club 4. College: Georgetown University Future Plans: To be a "Philadelphian Lawyer." JUDITH ANN STOKHAMER I KJudi79 Homeroom Secretary l,2,33 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Intramural Tennis 33 Booster Club l,2,3,43 Track Club 2,43 Future Teachers Club 2,33 Guidance OfficeStaff 1,43 Senior Play Committee 43 Canteen Committee 23 Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Intramural Volleyball 3,43 Spanish Club 4. College: University of Delaware Future Plans: To be a history teacher, DAVID STEVEN STRANO f'Dave" Cross Country 23 Baseball 23 Wrestling 3,43 Hall Monitor 43 Italian Club 3,43 Homeroom Vice President 43 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4. College: Murray State Future P1a.ns: To be a physical ed- ucation instructor. MADELAINE LINDA STRAUSS ::Maddya: Neptune High School l,2,33 Future Tea- chers Club 43 Blue A's 43 Spanish Club 4. College: Trenton State Future Plans: To persue a teaching career. TIM SULLIVAN c csuuyn Varsity Scholar 1,23 Kiwanis Honor So- ciety 2,3,43 Science Club 2,3, President 43 Intramural Bowling, Captain 2,3,43 German Club 33 Lating Club 1,23 Press Club 23 Asst. WJLK Football Spotter 3,4. College: Rutgers Future Plans: Accounting or other busi- ness administration, ALAN TANNENHAUS HA1a-ni! Physical Fitness Team 4, F t Pl ' T ' thlennoen toagosllege? go In the army BARBARA JE AN TAYLOR "Bobbi" Blue A's l,3,43 Chorus 2,43 Future Nur- ses Club 3,43 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative 33 Track Club 3,43 Intra- mural Tennis l3 Flag Twirling Squad 3 4. C,O116gG: Virginia Medical College Future Plans: To become a successful nurse. and TANYA THERESA TERRY Future Nurses Club 2,43 Science Club 23 Teenage Book Club 23 Twirling 43 Latin Club 13 IMC Secretarial Staff 2. Future Plans: To go to nursing school. C AROLYN THOMPSON Blue A's 3,43 Track Club 3,43 Booster C lub 33 Intramural Basketball 2,33 Home- room Banking Representative 35 Intra- mural Bowling 3. College: Business School Future Plans: To be a secretary. KATHLEEN ELLICE THOMPSON uKathyn Homeroom Vice President 33 Secreta.ry 4: Swing Flag 3,43 Blue A's l,2,3,4g French Club 2, Track Club 2,3,4g Fu- ture Teachers Club 3g Booster Club 2,35 Intramural Basketball 2,33 Intra- mural Volleyball 2,3g Intramural Tennis 2,33 Intramural Baseball 25 IMC Office Staff 3. College: Douglass Future Plans: To go to college. MELVIN THOMPSON "Mickey" Industrial Art Club lg Glee Club 1. Future Plans: To advance in the post office to Postmaster General. MARGARET TINSLEY Upegg-yi! Library Staff 43 Blue A's 45 Track Club 45 Booster Club 4. Future Plans: To become a physical therapist. SHARON E. TOBIN "Sherry" Blue A's 1,2,3,4g IMC Staff 23 Intramural Bowling 2,3. Future Plans: To take a trip out west. SANFORD MIKE TODD Future Plans: To enter the business world. YVONNE TOOMER "Eva" Intramural Softball 2,33 Booster Club l,2g Basketball Team 1,23 Track Club 23 Future Nurses Club l,2, Vice Presi- dent 3. Future Plans: To go to nursing school. MICHAEL TROESE tlMike!! Student Orchestra 45 Student Varieties 4: Italian Club 23 Booster Club l,2,3,4g Speech Club 4. Future Plans: Music arrangements and orchestrations. J UDITH LYNN TURFORD aqudyn Blue A's l,4. Future Plans: To be successful in everything I do. SEBASTIAN P. VACCARO "Brother" Varsity Football 45 J,V, Football 35 Freshman Football lg Italian Club 2,3,4g Hall Monitor 1,23 Intramural Bowling 2: Booster Club 2,3,4g Track Club 3,4g Gym Monitor 4. College: Villanova Future Plans: To striveto better myself through education. DIANE E, VANDERHOOF Track Club 2,35 Booster Club l,2,3,4. College: Business School Future Plans: To become a secretary. CHARLES VAN MIDDLESWORTH "Chipper" Varsity Tennis 2,3,45 Intramural Basket- ball 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Track Club 43 Booster Club 1,25 Driftwood Homeroom Representative 4. College: University of Florida Future Plans: To go to college. ROGER VAN NOTE Wrestling 2,3, Captain 43 Cross Country l,2,3,4g Physical Fitness Team 2, Cap- tain 3,4g Track lg Track Club 4. College: Duke University Future Plans: To retire at 40. SUSAN VAN VOLKENBURGH Hsu!! Matawan Regional High School l,2, 5 Guid- ance Office 3,4g Press Club 4, College: Colorado State University Future Plans: To become a psycho- logist and to be happily married. CAROLE R, VISONE npootyn Blue A's l,2,3g Booster Club 1,23 Intra- mural Bowling 2,3,4g Varsity Bowling 35 Megaphone Advertising Staff lg IMC Staff 2: Office Staff 1,25 Intramural Bas- ketball 2. College: Asbury Park Business School Future Plans: To become the secre- tary for the President of the United States. LOUISE SUSAN VOWTERAS HI-,O-ui! Blue A's l,2,3,4g French Club 3,4g Boo- ster Club l,2,3,4g Track Club 2,3,43 Homeroom Banking Representative lg Homeroom Vice-President l,2g Mega- phone Staff 1,25 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Boston University Future Plans: To travel around the World, CAROL ANN WADE Homeroom Banking Representative 15 Swing Flag 3, Alternate 4: Track Club 33 Blue A's 3,4. Future Plns: To succeed in whatever I try. JOHN W, WALLACE HBi11H Intramural Bowling 2,3,4g Varsity Bowl- ing 45 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 2. College: Wi1lia.m and Mary Future Plans: To get through college and be successful. JOSEPH DAVID WALSH "Shinski" Region II All-State Band 33 Shore Con- ference Band 33 Student Varieties 2,35 Band l,2,3,43 Latin Club 134. College: Duke University Future Plans: To become a pilot in the Navy. RODGER B WANGERIEN "ConnecticutYankee" New Britain High School 1,2,3. College: University of Bridgeport Future Plans: To go into the field of commercial art. STEPEHN C. WEINSTEIN "Steve" Cross Country 1,2g Intramural Bowling 2,3343 Chess Club 3,43 Track Club 2,3,43 Booster Club 2,3,43 Intramural Basket- ball 3,4. College: George Washington Future Plans: To be successful. NANCY TOBY WEISER fCNanI! Megaphone Newswriter 23 Feature Writ- er 3,43 Driftwood Homeroom Represent- ative 43 Homeroom Vice-President 2,45 Latin Club 1,23 Booster Club 1,2,3,4j Blue A's l,2,3,43 Senior Play Committee 43 Spanish Club 4. College: Douglass Future Plans: To further my educa- tion. JILL FAITH WEISS ffWeese" Guidance Office Staff 1,23 Junior Prom Committee 33 Blue A's 1,2,3,4j Booster Club 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Banking Rep- resentative 4. College: Katharine Gibbs Future Plans: To have a blast. STEPHEN PAUL WEISS ttste-Ve!! Varsity Scholar l,2,33 Kiwanis Honor Society 233,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Homeroom President 3,43 Student Council 3,4g J.V. Baseball 2g Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Intramural Bowling 23 Megaphone Sports Writer 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Boy's State Alternate 3. College: Brown University Future Plans: To be successful and earn a good living. GLORIA JEAN WELCH HJeanH Whitman Hanson Regional High School 13 Glee Club l,3,43 Chorus 1,33 Secre- tary of Band 1,45 Office Staff 13 News- paper Staff 1, Future Plans: To be anairline steward- ess. STUART WENGER :lst-un Driftwood 3,4, Photography Editor 43 Megaphone Photographer l,2,3,43 Base- ball l,2,3,43 Kiwanis Honor Society 43 Senior Play 43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Concert Band l3 Marching Band 13 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Science Club 2,3,4: Latin Club 1,2. College: Lafayette Future Plans: To go into engineering BONITA L, WERGER "Bonnie" Booster Club l3 Blue A's 1,2,3,43 Future Teachers 23 Twirling Squad 2,33 Intra- mural Basketball Team 2,3,43 Track Club 43 Student Council Publicity Committee 43 Gym Leader 4. College: Boston University Future Plans: To be accepted to Boston University for"coach". JEFFREY WESTERBERG HJeffD Student Council 132, President 43 Var- sity Football 3,43 Varsity Basketball 3,43 Varsity Track 2,3,43 Boys State Senator 33 Student Varieties 2,33 Coun- ty Freeholder 33 StudentCouncil Leader- ship Camp 33 Varsity Club 3,43 Science Club 2, Treasurer 33 Track Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Stockroom C ommittee 2,33 Hall Monitor l,4. College: Dartmouth Future Plans: To go into law, SANDRA ANITA WHITE lisa-ndiil Latin Club ls P,T,A, Panel 23 Glee Club 23 German Club 33 Track Club 3,43 Future Nurses Club 4, College: Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Nursing, Future Plans: To work with mentally retarded children. PHYLLIS REBECCA WHITING Hphyl! I Color Guard 2,35 Blue A's l,2,3,43 Boo ster Club l,2,3,43 IMC Staff 43 Intramural Hockey 1. College: Business School Future Plans: To be healthy and happy N-,K VALERIE MARION WHITING llvalh Color Guard 2,35 Blue A's l,2,3,45 Boo- ster Club l,2,3,45 Intramural Tennis 15 Track Club 45 Homeroom Banking Representative l, College: Business School Future Plans: To be successful and happy. JOAN E, WIENER Blue A's l,2,3,45 Booster Club l,2,3,45 Track Club 45 Sophomore Drama Club 25 Student Council Publicity Committee 45 Future Teachers Club 45 Student Varieties 25 Teens For Safe Driving Club 45 Senior Play Committee 4. College: Boston University Future Plans: To graduate from college and be happy. JANICE ANN WILLETT l!Ja-nf! Blue A's 1,2,3,45 Main Office Staff 45 Booster Club 2,35 Track Club 25 Sen- ior Play Committee 45 Intramural Ten- nis 1. Future Plans: To further my educa- tion at a business school and be a success in whatever I choose. JOE WILLIAMS HJoe!D Golf 3,4. College: University of Tampa. Future Plans: To go into the field of business administration. GAIL ALLYN WILLIAMSON Latin Club 25 French Club 3,45 Track Club 3,45 Homeroom Secretary 152,35 Booster Club 1,2,3,45 Blue A's l,2,3. College: Hampton Future Plans: To be a teacher. FLORENCE R, WOLOTSKY npluffyn Blue A's 1,25 Booster Club 152,35 Track Club 1,25 Sophomore Drama Club 2. College: Lyon's Institute of Technology Future Plans: To marry a million- aire. ,Q LINDA WORTH ffLin" Vice-President 23 Homeroom Secretary 4g Blue A's l,2,3,4gBowling 2,3,4g In- tramural Tennis l,2,3g Intramural Bas- ketball l,25 Intramural Hockey lg Booster Club 1,2. Future Plans: To become a teacher. DIANE MARILYN WRAN ttDiH Future Nurses 33 Glee Club l,2,3,4g Fre- nch Club 33 Blue A's l,2,3,4g TrackC1ub 3,45 Booster Club lg Canteen Committee 35 Megaphone Selling Staff 1. College: Central State of Ohio Future Plans: To become an elemen- tary teacher and to get married. DAVID YALKERT tCDaveH College: Pratt Institute of Technology Future Plansg To become an archi- tect. MICHAEL ZAJAC "Mike" Vailsburg High School 1,2 5 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 3,4g Junior Varsity Base- ball 3g Intramural Basketball 3,4. Future Plans: To go into military ser- vice. CATHY J, ZAROUR UJO99 Blue A's l,2,3,4g Gym Leader lg IMC Staff 25 Italian Club 35 Vice Presi- dent 4. College: Stuart School of Business Administration Future Plans: A nice Lebanesewedding, am' cJ'M'9-sQ'9e.,f'i ,A re DORIS MARIE ZOZUS "Doris" C College: Business Night couege 1 Future Plans: To work, further my I education, and get married. C? . ALAN MARC ZUCKERMAN C2 -fzuckff Varsity Football Manager 3, 4, Science Club 2,3,4g French Club . 3,43 Latin Club 15 Intramural Bowling 2, Captain 3,45 Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. College: Stevens Institute ofTech- nology Future Plans: Engineering, and to live my life to the fullest. 4 , i im R an J l X , -r fx, e e iQ- N X - , W if 1 avr., 5. 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" I' 'Y Us Nr R A .X 1, , 4 -0 I s Ak A ,Nfl x Af iw A ,ff ,. 4, Al,-f' ,ff HOMEROOM 201: BACK ROW L, to R, : E, Koblenz, A, Kapner, S, Keppler, C, Johnson, E, Kiley, C, Keromitis, L, Hyman, J, Knecht, N, Hoffmier, C, Kettle. NEXT ROW: L, to R.: B, Koch, D, Husserl, D, Kapetanakis, Mr. Egbert, J, Horter, M, Jenssen, L, Jewell, K, Kingslard, J, Hagelin, L, Holmes, J, Hughes, M, Kasliner, L, Hyland, J, Keirsted, C, Hoffman, NEXT ROW: L, to R,: E, KING, C, Hurley, J, Horton, C, Isiola, E, Johnson, B, Jenkins, M, Karakoglou, S, Johnson, S, Holtz, B, Kaplan, P, Holub, FRONT ROW: L, to R.: B, Horn, T, Johnson, A, Kaufman, L, Katz, E, Keppler, J, Horner, J, Johnson, T, Hutchison, L, Jacobs, T, Kallini, N, Kaplan. Sp.: f f . We HOMEROOM 202 BACK ROW L, to R.: M, Lasky, G, Lippstone, P, Kunin, K, Mackey, P, Mandica, M, Levine, L, Liebesman, R, Lowden, NEXT ROW: P, Longstreet, D, Lukich, D, Mannings, W, Lopez, E, Kornacki, W, Lester, R, Lane. FRONT ROW: R, Mac Kee, B, Leach, S, Lillo, S, Leitner, R, Marino, L, Leone, G, Kuskin, E, Levy, E. Linky. S-,EIL WN, y 4.-5 HOMEROOM 203: BACK ROW L, to R, : .J, Mc Fadden, D, Mazza, A, Mayer, W, Martin, E, Mc Cuff, V, Martinez, B, Mitchell, J, Miller. NEXT ROW: Mrs, Vechione, G, Mark, L, Mc Kean, J, Marvel, A, Medalis, P, Mc Kevitt, A, Matavosky, S, Masser, FRONT ROW: M, Marrucca, J, Martin, P, Martell, G, Marshall, J, Mitchell, C, Mc Loughlin, B, Maroney, J, Mc Gee, J . Mendel, W NW J f HOMEROOM 204: BACK ROW L, to R,:R, W, Murphy, L, Mueller, R, Nissim, R, Montulet, G, Nargiz, D, Moore, G, Nehman, R, Mullin. M, Mott, NEXT ROW: Mr, D'Auria, M, Neuhaus, S, Paul, S, Moscowitz, G, Neron, K, Moore, E, Murph. FRONT ROW: P, Panas, L, Morris, K, Morgan, W, Nieuwenhuizen, D, Newell, K, Mitchell, C, Peluso, H, Newman, J, Mosley, M, Peek. HOMEROOM 205: BACK ROW L, to R, : D, Phillips, P, Reilly, J, Poprocki, H, Sablve, J, Rogers, D, Puorro, R, Roussell, R, Pinsky, R, Rosenstein, E, Polloway. NEXT ROW L, to R,: J, Pugh, P, Pyle, A, Pitsch, S, Ryan, S, Reid, D, Sadowski, E, Riccardella, B, Presley, K, Redmond, R, Railey, C, Riservato, L, Perry, Mr, Wills, NEXT ROW L, to R, : L, Pohl, R, Peiper, G, Przybylski, J, Pincus, C, Quarnstrom, J, Pittenger, C, Petillo, P, Rowett, J, Perna, D, Rigberg, G, Sakelaris E, Rice, FRONT ROW L, to R,: L, Sager, A, Ross, P, Phillips, J, Pyott, L, Phipps, J, Pitcher, N, Pruden, Rosenthal, S, Reither, E, Pinelis, S, Perlman, C, Rohr, HOMEROOM 206: L, to R, : T, Sampson, J, Saltzberg, R, Seelig, R, Shearer, L, Schulman, C, Shaw, R, Scavron, T, Sheehan, D, Schwartz. NEXT ROW: Mr, Murray, C, Sandifer, A, Schlisserman, L, Schneider, P, Sarent, G, Schlossberg, E, Sender, S, Sangiogio U, Scheel, NEXT ROW: B, Schenk S, Schultz J, Sa re P, Salowe S, Schwartz C, Shebell P, Schroeder C, , 7 i y D I i ! I s, Prince, M, Salamone, J, Sasso, ' 97 HOMEROOM 207: BACK ROW L, to R, : P, Sherman, D, Speck, R, Smith, G, Sofield, E, Smith, E, Silverman, F, Steelman, R, Salvin, NEXT ROW: D, Smith, H, Skouras, B, Spiegel, G, Smith, V, Smalls, E, Starke, D, Smith, P, Siciliano, J, Stansbury, G, Shorter, Mr. Del Pozzo, FRONT ROW: E, Shikoff, P, Silver, S, Starrett, L, Stalford, S, Steckbeck, J, Solomon, M, Smith, J. Smith, R. Smith. HOMEROOM 208: BACK ROW L, to R, g M, Sylvester, K, Stonaker, P, Teicher, R, Treston, J, Trower, R, Tenbroek, J, Taylor, P, Uslan, J, Teti. NEXT ROW: Mr, Junda, S, Tucciarone, J, Stefanile, J, Tavis, B, Taylor, N, Stewart, P, Toliski, J, Sternk, J, Sulkow, M, Trusheim. FRONT ROW: L, Vaccaro, J. Tilton, J, Thomas, R, Sutton, E, Steinberg, R, Trower, R, Travers, D. Uslan, D. Stolz. HOMEROOM 209: BACK ROW L, to R.: J, Wipple, G, Vizian, R, Weddle, G, Villapiano, D, Warlick, F, Vecchione, D, Wishnatsfy, C, Watts, A. Valdez, NEXT ROW: T, Wells, C, Wladyka, B, Wanner, P, Ward, B, White, A, Werfel, N, Westlake, R, Waterman, S, Wishnatsky, J, Vacchiano, R, Winters, Mr. Osgoody. FRONT ROW: B, Warren, B, White, S, Varnum, I, Warren, S, Weinstein, S, Welch, P, Walker, P, Wilmore, A, Vix, C, White. ..4,f- lf? HOMEROOM 211: BACK ROW L, to R,: R, Schroeder, A, Montedoro, H, Ziperson, K, Poprocki, C, Covington, K, Zane, J, Wright, R, Owens, W, Strollo, L, Mish, NEXT ROW: B, Woodfield, P, Stern, J, Petillo, B, Yamello, M, Ziegler, C, Woehrer, D, Palka, H, Yoiuig, W, Bell, Mr, Williams. FRONT ROW: F, Sullivan, A, Wolkowitz, K, Young, C, Frank, S, Kozubovich, L, Shemeley, B, Zuckerman, D, Jordon, J, Wright, L, Varasano. HOMEROOM 314: BACK ROW, L, to R, :J, Beverett, A, Atamian, G, Beverly, S, Ancel, L, Bell, C, Baron, B, Anton, L, Beverly, N, Bergrud, N, Abbott. NEXT ROW: Miss Mazza, A, Anjoubolt, J, Beatalan, S, Abis, O, Barkley, I, Arnow T, Baldino, J, Bierach, J, Barthelemy, B, Battjer, NEXT ROW: K, Bertelsen, C, Bickart, J, Berman, N, Bawnik, R, Berlin, B, Arnold, H, Becker, M, Abrams, P, Adams, L, Archbold. FRONT ROW: P, Berube, I, Ajello, R, Bernard, R, Baradesco few . HOMEROOM 315 : L, to R, : D, Burset, D, Cass, C, Blum, A, Bush, N, Burke, J, Carter, R, Cardilla, S, Caliendo, V, Borsellino, R, Busch, NEXT ROW: H, Boxer, R, Carpentier, E, Burr, W, Carney, A, Breitner, S, Bilyou, F, Boers, M, Carey, L, Brenner, E, Borenstein, Mr, Gorra, FRONT ROW: J, Brennan, B, Bullard, C, Bunting, B, Boyd, L, Brand, S, Braslow, P, Bruno, D, Cahn, N, Burke, J, Brown, P. Brown, T, Bradshaw, 99 HOMEROOM 316 L, to R,: L, Daley, J, Decos, M, Corcione, B, Day, B, Coutros, B, DeSarno, J, Donovan, R, Cooper, R R, Collins, G, Dennis, R, Dengrove, NEXT ROW: F, Daley, B, Engels, M, Dworzak, D, Danielson, W, Conover, E, Cooper J, Colangelo, J, Grayson, A, Dodd, B, Edelstein, S, Dorfman, J, Cerven, H, Doering, T, Cooper, Mr. Burset, FRONT ROW E, Epstein, E, Chisolm, K, Easu, A, Chrysofi, K, Davidson, P, Clark, D, Davis, B, Coe, J, Civins, T, Dorio, D, Colodin F, Digironimo, J. Ellison. I 3. HOMEROOM 317: BACK ROW: L, to R.: G, Fagan, L, Grey, R, Gable, B, Fromowitz, G, Garcia, J, Gatta, M, Gilvary, A, Finkel, B, Gassman, J, Francis, T, Gradone, NEXT ROW: C, Grant, C, Grant, B, Foster, S, Everett, P, Glassford, T, Graham, B, Fink, M, Feinberg, R, French, R, Greenberg, B, Fisch, P. Goldstein, Mr. Popler, NEXT ROW: G, Gee, N, Glaser, E, Flynn, M, Glassford, L, Garfield, C, Golden, M, Greener, J, Ferguson, K, Farrel, FRONT ROW: M, Feigonbaum T, Graham, E, Freeman, J, Everett, L, Ewing, L, Goldberg, R, Goldflies, J, Goldwasser, N, Gluck, G, Gentile, J, Farrel: HOMEROOM 318 BACK ROW: L, to R,: R, Hay, R, Hirshfield, J, Haviland, P, Hanapole, S, Hirch, L, Heyman, C, Haitsma, L. GUUROSH,-S, Grossman. NEXT ROW: D, Grishaber, M, Hodnett, F, Hildebrand, J, Hayes, E, Grove, K, Halsband, S, Harris, C, Hines, W, Hazelrigg, L, Hasko, C, Hartl, E, Harris, Mr. Piserchia, FRONT ROW: L, Hodgson, E, Hempsted, K, Guilfoyle, J, Hagerman, M, Hoenge, Z, Grunfeld, E, Hess, K. Higinbotham, G, Herz, n 7 HOMEROOM 301 BACK ROW: L, to R,: G, Fritz, S, Friedrich, T, Gerard, P, Fischbach, D, Gobey, M, Gilbert, J, Goldstein, T, Goodman, C, Gravatt, J, Gartland, R, Fisher, S, Gray, NEXT ROW: S, Graham, D, Gottfried, M, Fischer, L, Frankel, M, Graiver, R, Granoff, J, Franklin, E, Giesselmann, S, Garrity, J, Greenspan, C, Grassgreen, N, Friedman, E, Garmiza, J, German, D, Greskovich. NEXT ROW: B, Flood, J, Furcillo, M Galanakis, S, Gilluly, R, Finkelstein, L, Fouts, L, Fleisch- mann, T, Fitzmire, A, Geschke, M, Fine. FRONT ROW: T, Forker, C, Fitzgerald, F, Gillespie, S, Garfinkel, N, Gopsill, S, Fried, M, Gans, L, Fischer, K, Fomer, J, Greenspan. ' q we J HOMEROOM 302 : L, to R, : A, Gruber, T, Heleotis, M, Hecker, H, Hathaway, A, Hartwell, R, Hayes, S, Hayes, NEXT ROW: W, Guyan, J, Gruenwald, J, Henry, V, Henderson, F, Herbison, J, Hagerman, D, Hayes. FRONT ROW: D, Haay, A, Grove, C, Hammerstone, P, Henderson, S, Harshman, B, Hawkey, S, Haight, J, Hatfield, E, Hamilton. HOMEROOM 303: BACK ROW: L, toR, :D, Hopkins, R, Hurley, K, Hicks, J, Holman, K, Hornback, R, Hertzog, A, Hughes, R, Irons, J, Hunt, NEXT ROW: Mr, Walsh, R, Immel, M, Hoch, J, Hulit, V, Howarth, L, Huntington, S, Hoek, J, Hult, M, Herz, J, Hoppack, L, Husserl, A, Hersch, C, Jackson, D, Jacobs, R, Hudson, W, Irwin, FRONT ROW: M, Hershman, G, Ingoglia, D, Jacobs, N, Hollywood, A, Ia.nnuzzi, V, Iannicelli, T, Hubert, B, Hurley, Z, Jackson, J, Horne. 101 , 4. "4"X.bl"f,-ifjfx , ,,,,s,,"5i., Z, 'Q ,. " fbi, ' J fffi' e waffle J ff , I HOMEROOM 304 BACK ROW: L, to R, : D, Jones, D, Jones, B, Johnson, M, Kellers, J, Hay, B, Kirschner, NEXT ROW: A, Johnson, R, Kessler, G, Kendle, D, Keegan, J, Jenkin, FRONT ROW: B, Kelner, L, Kane, M, Kaplan, J, Kempler, D, Kellers, C, Kelley, N, Keith, A, Kasliner, S, Jordan. H.. HOMEROOM 305: BACK ROW: L, to R,: R, Laird, E, Kubaitis, R, Kuhlman, F, Kuhlman, A, Lavin, E, Krug, R, Lefferson, D, Kruger, H, Kuker, NEXT ROW: E, Kokinchak, L, Klebsattel, K, Kuskin, K, Kuker, R, Klayton, K, Kroog, J, Lambert, Mr, B, Cameron. FRONT ROW: L, Lawrence, S, Koenig, B, Knutson, S, Koweek, A, Lapides, P, Lawrence, R, Layton. if -...1.g,-, A ...NF ,134 HOMEROOM 306: BACK ROW L, to R.: T, Lilly, G, Long, T, Mather, W, Lieberman, R, Lipetz, J, Marx, G, Mantell, K, Maresca, D, Lukich, J, Massey, D. May, A, Manuel, B, Main, J, Massey. NEXT ROW: J, McCurry, R, McClellan, H, Levin- son, M, Long, B, Marx, E, Leone, H, Lynardakis, F, Lieber, T, Macolino, C, Matthews. 102 HOMEROOM 307: BACK ROW L, to R,: G, Noland, D, Neville, T, Nordlinger, R, Meltzer, A, Montz, B, Meserve, A, McNish, T, McLeod, A, Mitchell, I, Mitchell. NEXT ROW: R, McNich, L, Millman, B, Morrison, S, Hallock, M, Torsiello, J, Minkoff, A, Neville, FRONT ROW: R, Mills, W, Newkirk, S, Mindingal, L, Nichols, S, Meadows, C. Musto, P, Miller, J, Milberg, T, Mirfield, R, Mueller, C, McGuinness. ay M in w""x 5 Hi HOMEROOM 308: BACK ROW L, to R: Mr. Johnstone, L, Percello, A, Perrella, C, Opdyke, J, Rawlings, S, Peck, T, O'Too1e. NEXT ROW: A, Riccio, P, Powell, L, Petrusky, M, Quigley, J, Ripps, B, Rauch, C, Roberts, F, Richardson, D, Nunn, D, Riley, FRONT ROW: C, Rechtenwald, S, Quinn, V, Pieper, G, Petillo, V, Pimenidis, P, Peterson, T, Okun, D, Pomeroy, B, Pleasant, O, Perry, C, Reid, my ,. IEW! . nu, x Q K HOMEROOM 309: BACK ROW L, to R,:S,Schueler, R, Scharf, R, Marquand, R, Ryder, M, Rubenstein, N, Rozza, A, Rouselle, A, Schenk, R, Robinson, Mr. Cassie. NEXT ROW: J, Rosser, H, Schmidt, R, Schofel, J, Schurer, A, Rosenthal, M, Rosenbloom, L, Sanders, A, Schmaier. FRONT ROW: D, Sanderson, R, Rovira, L, Schofel, C, Schneider, S, Scalpati, J, Ruskin, R, Scheuer, B, Schmidt. 103 E HOMEROOM 310: BACK ROW, L. to R.: R, Murrell, J, Hester, S, Franapfel, H, Greenblatt, R, Kenny, P, Gill, J, Kenny, P, Taliaferro, S, York, P, Schantz, D, Sturkie, Mrs. Rinehart, FRONT ROW: J, Barnes, P, Wagerien, J, Chernet, S, Meisel- man M Pietrusiewiez J Siomiak J Siomaik B Ware S, Duckett R, Sweet. I ' Y ' Y ' I ' I ! ,!'. E' HOMEROOM 311: BACK ROW, L, to R,:D, Smith, J, Silkowski, V, Shibla, B, Skobel, N, Slocum, G, Siwakowski, P, Sciarappa, G, Settles, G, Siciliano, T, Siciliano, J, Singletary. NEXT ROW: A, Spengler, J, Small, B, Smith, J, Slater, G, Siriani, S, Scorben, P, Springfield, T, Smith, D, Sokolow, Mrs, Relles, FRONT ROW: S, Serine, S, Schur, B, Schwartz, L, Shoenholz, C, Scott, D, Smith, P, Shwisberg, B, Smith, J, Smith, I, Sferas, in ' SW HOMEROOM 312: BACK ROW L, to R, H, Umstead, B, Vafiaclis, E, Volek, F, Thomas, S, Stein, D, Sweeney, A, Warner, C, Uliano, A, Wade, NEXT ROW: Mr, L, Stout, R, Sullins, A, Vanderhos, M, Terry, M, Stryker, K, Tetti, C. Van Middlesworth, P, Vinik, S, Tranoris, C, Van Brunt, J, Vacchiano, K, Van Brunt, C, Turner, F, Hewitt, R, Tilton, FRONT ROW: M, Van Liew, J, Szedernyer, J, Stiller, D, Stansbury, F, Topper, F, Stolz, B, Taylor, L, Turner, P, Toomer, 104 .rv i, , at . - 'W V in a to "P W I 5 ' -an 1' f ' 'Q mx ,k .. ii , 5 S, ,flklrg 8 N ,., 9.3. 93. 01? -r RS Z 6 HOMEROOM 313: BACK ROW L, toR,:D, Pastore, L, Washington, B, Young, R, Wilkins, J, Wright, R, Welch, R, Wolkowitz, J, Wynne, E, Wright, L, Wiener, NEXT ROW: J, Luton, M, Welch, A, Foster, F, Brown, C, Smith, J, Watt, J, Weiss, W, Samuel, T, Daley, Mr. Brunner. FRONT ROW: N, Weitz, L, Williams, L, Wile, C, Williams, C, West, E, Weston, D, Yellen, A, Hewitt, L, Waxer, L, Zelaites, :Fil HOMEROOM 401: BACK ROW: L, to R,: L, Ansell, N, Beverly, T, Barrett, R, Atkinson, S, Anton, R, Brown, D, Barcan, R, Berardi, A, Boyce, Z, Bekesi, T, Aalbue, NEXT ROW: Mr. McGee, G, Brogdon, G, Barkley, L, Bakar, M, Appel, E, Beauford, M, Abrams, J, Ankiewicz, M, Aumack, R, Apecelli, NEXT ROW: H, Adler, J, Brand, R, Berger, N, Barthelemy, L, Barison, E, Bernstein, L, Asch, B, Brooks, D, Apostolos, FRONT ROW: N, Bailey, T, Brembos, A, Aidekman, C, Bacon, H, Bowen, R, Bond, D, Banks. 49' , W5 F' If e, 51 .. ' S. .. Q fd, Q 1 X HOMEROOM 402: BACK ROW: L, to R,: M, Collins, K, Charp, A, Castellucia, R, Catalano, F, Cohen, T, Buist, T, Casey, L, Chandler, K, Coumbe, A, Cirlincione. NEXT ROW: Mrs, Angrist, L, Carter, L, Cason, L, Carter, S, Cassano, I, Cartwright, J, Bruno, E, Colangelo, M, Byrnes, R. Cesario, NEXT ROW: J, Cooper, A, Conners, J, Cottrell, L, Burke, R, Bruno, K,Cook,K,Conover, A,Colby, J, Carter. FRONT ROW: D, Calvert, A, Chambrone, D, Cohen, J, Cottrell, J, Bruno, C. Chek. 105 HOMEROOM 403: BACK ROW L, to R.: J, Donner, D, Day, K, Faulkner, E, Finck, E, Ervin, T, Dumanski, B, Duma, T, Dorsett, J, Griscoll, A, Dorsett, NEXT ROW: T, Duffy, R, Ewing, D, Dworzak, P, Epstein, H, Diamant, C, Doyle, A, De Sena, B, Dinkins, D, Edinger, S, Dovenmuehle, D, Ferguson, L, Dickson, Mr, Andreach. FRONT ROW: M, Daniels, N, Davis, P, Dodd, C, Dowling, L, Davis, D, Dailey, B, Davenport, J, Fabrici, B, De Pietro, Some of the work produced by our shop students. F, A , E r ie,, ,iio 1 i iiii . ey, .A ssei f,:,,,: iedsn idii , i sc:-noon. P This ""?!',,,,'W" - , . H -. ' iE"" --..,f HOMEROOM A1:BACKROWg L, toR,: D, Baer, M, Blum, B, Blattner, F, Baatz, R, Blake, J, Batiste, M, Barrett, P, Baselici, C, Biddle.NEXT ROW: M, Blackstock, R, Allen, B, Bennett, C, Allison, G Athan, W, Askins, A, Binn, D, Berube, R, Bakely, D, Abel, D, Berger, S, Batiste, L, Bentley, Mrs, Willman, M, Becker, L, Barbuto, NEXT ROW: L, Bitter, B, Barnett, M, Abramson, R, Agimenone, S, Alexander, D, Ambler, P, Applegate, S, Asbornson, C, Avagliano, C, Bailey, G, Banks I, Bibber D l W K, Bergrud. FRONT ROW: C, Bosmans, R, Bazette, R, Bonney, K, Belasco, R, Anderson, M, Aronchick, M, Asch, M, Becker, R, Ankiewicz. ga, HOMEROOM AZ: BACK ROW: L, to R.: H, Brenner, L, Braslow, R, Child, R, Clay, S, Brockel, T, Collins, A, Bruell, M, Burke, T, Corona, J, Colby, NEXT ROW: P, Breitner, R, Burke, R, Castellano, J, Cimino, V, Cologuori, J, Bressman, A, Cohn, S, Clampffer, R, Child, J, Conover, I, Byorton, Mr. Johnson. NEXT ROW: L, Bryant, G, Bunting, C, Budd, L, Bryan, G, Bell, M, Carter, P, Collins, M, Chafer, L, Brooks, P, Clayton, FRONT ROW: D, Brener, G, Mazza, M, Bullard, J, Byers, R, Breckenridge, F, Clemente, R, Byers, J, Breen, MY 4. Pt x 7 7 L, HOMEROOM A3: BACK ROW: L, to R,: R, D'Esposito, D, Domena, T, Epstein, A, De Sarno, J, Falco, R, Fenter, P. Dennis, A, Covington, T, Davis, B, Butts. NEXT ROW: J, Ellison, S, Covino, C, Cush, S, Daves, D, Cowan, F, Delanardo, L, Evans, J, Dodge, R, Damielson, B, Faulhaber, Mr. Givler. NEXT ROW: G, Cowling, L, Daynard, S, Clark, K, Ferguson, S, Fitzsimons, C, Fornaratto, G, Delaney, K, Davis, L, Day, J, Edelstein, C, Davison, F, Crabtree, FRONT ROW: J, Jerguson, L, Fisher, I, Dorfman, M, Dunn, A, De Santis, D, Devlin, T, De Sarno, K, Downs. 107 HOMEROOM A4: BACK ROW: L, to R, : G, Francis, I, Gendel, D, Glaser, P, Gottdenker, B, Goldstein, H, Gains, P, Gunter, C, Graham, C, Greenhow, F, Harrison, R, Glover, NEXT ROW: M, Frankel, C, Gaines, O, Gaze, L, Grant, M, Friedrich, T D, Freedman, M. Hardy, L, Greene, P, Harris, J, Glaser, B, Goodrich, D, Gallagher, Mr. W, Pierson, NEXT ROW: S, Grulich, E, Gittleman, K, Gi1va.ry, L, Gant, L, Govett, A, Harber, G, Griggs, D, Hammond, D, Grubman, L, Hagerman, C, Frank, W, Groel. FRONT ROW: T, Gabel,C, Grunfeld, J, Garifine, L, Hanapole, S, Harris, J, Grasser, W, Grove, R, Gubitosa, , G. Gaze. T Q C9 W, HOMEROOM A5: BACK ROW: L, to R, :B, Heitmuller J, Hirschman, J, Jones, A, Hoffman, G, Johnson, W, Horr, R, Hodnett, R, Holub, K, Hicks, R, Johnson, NEXT ROW: J , Jacobs, D, Hayes, J, Kalika, S, Iannuzzi, M, Hudson, V, Howard, D, Jones, F, Hartwell, P, Hessels, E, Heuman, L, Harrison, Mr. Shaw. NEXT ROW: K, Horton, K, Henderson, L, Henry, S, Huntington, T B. Kaufer, R, Irons, Y, Holt, F, Holmes, C, Hines, M, Johnson, G, Hertz, FRONT ROW: C, Hoppach, W, Taliaferro, R, Katz, , P, Jarvis, E, Howell, I, Hipschman, M, Hogenbirk, , fi HOMEROOM A63 BACK ROW: L, to R, : J, Lynch, W, Lindstrom, R, Long, D, Koontz, J, Letts, A, Kreisler, T, Kutrumbos, K, Kennedy, T, Kelley, J, Lazarus. NEXT ROW: P, Livingstone, E, Klang, A, Kendall, R, Long, H, Linardakis, M, Madden, R, Ludow, C, Mack, Mr. Boylen, NEXT ROW: P. Lilly, P, Lefton, D, Latimore, W, Luckey, H, Liebeskind, R, Lerman, S, Lames, L, Kornacki, M, Lutz, G, Krause, FRONT ROW: P, Lutz, I, Kron, N, Lanning, J, Kravitz, T, Landers, J, Lubell, C, Kennedy, A eff' HOMEROOM A7: BACK ROW: L, to R.:J, Martin, R. Marquand, D. Megill, D, Megill, R, McDevitt, D, Messer, C, McKennon, D. Newman. NEXT ROW: I. McAllister, E, Mass, E, Mather, C, McMi1lin, L, McDonald, E, McGuinty, L, Moor, E, Mayer, S, Mooney, S, Murph, J, McBeth, C, Natera, Mr. Mione, NEXT ROW: J, Mallue, M, Mandel, M. Mitchell, K, McNish, E, Megill, B, Maresca, M. McBride, R, Maron, L, Mascola, K. McGuigan, FRONT ROW: S. James, T. McGee, H. Moses, P. Nelder, T, McLeod, D, Marziale, W, Moffett. .HOMEROOM A8: BACK ROW: L. to R.: K, Ogden, A, Ochse, D. Busebavan, T. Nungessor, E, Daniels, W, Nonnenberg, J, Newman, YA, Pincus, T. Parratt, V. Notto, NEXT ROW: Mr. Armitage, K, Parker, C. Owens, K, Pappa, K, O'Conne11, P, Pierce, S, Prundl, Z, Railey, C, Pisano, W, Redenberg. NEXT ROW: D, Petillo, B, Rapp, D. Pembleton, M, Orlando, D, Nunn, P, Olsen, M, Oates, R, Peek, B, Pearl, P, Quigley, D, Petillo. FRONT ROW: L, Pon, D, Peters, W, Pier, R, .Phi1lips, J. Petillo, A, Preston, W. Pullen, S, Rediker, IHOMEROOM A9: BACK ROW : L. to R.: S, Schreiber, J, Rogers, G, Rosasco, R, Robinson, R, Robinson, K, Schenck, A, lSeverino, W, Scialla. NEXT ROW: Mr. Coffey, M. Salas R. Saunders, S, Russel, M, Schneider, E, Sciarappa, J, Rush, lL, Reingold, I, Rubin, N, Shapiro, K, Hoffman, NEXT ROW: C, Ross, S, Rosenblum, B. Rowett, B, Selleck, L, Schultz, L: 1Scorbin, S, Scharf, M, Saylor, K, Reilly, M, Rogers. FRONT ROW: D, Shek, H, Roberts, R, Shebell, G, Selby, R, Sherban, :R, Sheilds, B, Schelpf. . Y , ' Q X su HOMEROOM: Al0: BACK ROW: L, to R.: J, Guskin, S, Shertzer, J, Biglin, J, Reed, L, Stanley, R, Allen, A, Skokos, B, Spielfogel, W, Staton, NEXT ROW: Mr. Kast, M, Stokhamer, E,,Stout, M, Stout, L, Thomas, E, Summerfield, J, Steen, M, Stevens, M, Stauch, J, Trotter, NEXT ROW: B, Steinhauser, P, Spontax, L, Slinger, L, Singer, S, Smock, C, Smith, D, Stanley, B, Snonenbug, S, Smith, C, Beckley, L, Stolz, FRONT ROW: S, Stolz, R, Strollo, H, Suggs, N, Sweet, H, Smith, W, Kendle. HOMEROOM All: BACK ROW: L, to R.: E, Taylor, F, Laycock, S, Traub, T, Testa, W, Thomas, W, Thomas, S, Treston, D, Ullmann, R, Vobiaois, M, Volek, NEXT ROW: Mr, Moyer, L, Valenti, R, Vona, E, Walker, A, Walling, J, Friedhoff, P, Walters, J, Burke, R, Huskman, J, Moscowitz, D, Varasano, S, Johnson, J, Feinbegg, R, Thompson, P, Gennario, NEXT ROW: M, Turford, L, Truax, C, Tood, J, Thompson, C, Tesauro, S, Tenbroeck, T, Talerico, L, Terrio, P, Thibault, L, Tomo, P, Tranous, FRONT ROW: L, Tilton, C, Vecchione, J, McDaniel, P, Villapiano, E, Sutton, M, Van Note, D, Vann. HOMEROOM A12: BACK ROW: L, to R.: M, Baldino, A, Williams, D, Widman, D, West, R, Webb, A, Washington, R, Watt, J, Schroeder, G,,Ko1b,C, Costanzo, T, Wilson, NEXT ROW: G, Washington, S, Ward, S, Strauss, M. Zuckerman, K, Zahorchak, J. Watt, R, Wright, R, Wright, P, Woolsey, D, Wolcott, A, White, Mr, Monetti, M, Wizell. NEXT ROW: E, Wilson, J, Wills S, Williams, D, Williams, B, Whittaker, S, Wexler, P, Westlake, P, Weinstein, D, Weinberg, K, Watson, FRONT ROW: P, Wylie, C, Young, S, Buckner, I Is that a new mov1e'P ssst' Hey Sh1r1eyY What's the answer to number 4 cure rfarpw-crf-1'waLf,r'-1,-r' c 'UHF' ii 'QM ik? 11 uapunf wants adsl' mulls :ug ICQ :Sli lDoub1e, double, toil f I 41g'g1 Tj! 5 i Now how many people caught thelr fmger ln ce bar THAT time? fri- .NX 'K . Y ' pn IQ' X Vx' VV NM . I X4 f , The 1964 Driftwood is the biography of that very special year we spent as members of the Senior Class at Asbury Park High School. With word and picture, we have tried to piece together the story of our final, glorious year at A.P.H.S. Our sincere thanks go to Mr. Peter J. Maher for his constant assist- Personal Editor, Sue Lieber- mang Group Write-up Editor, Karen Clausen, Copy Editor, Pat Greenleaf 3 Group Lay- out Editor, Nancy Neiman, Sports Editors, Paul Boyd and Carol Ann Miller, Group Picture Editor, Carl Pisanog Photography Editor, Stuart Wenger, Art Editor, Frank Cuccurullog Staff Assistants, Well Paul it goes 11ke this... ance and guidance to the Ed- Susan Schulman! Marie Joste, , D R I F T w 0 0 D itor-in-Chief, Frank Dunst. and Ann Lynch, Typists, i Frank is assisted by the re- Sharon Tobin, Cheryl Henne- , 1 ' presentative staff and the ed- berry, and Linda Pascale. ,T l X itors: Business Manager, If, on a distant day, you l Nl ' Mark Shoomang Assistant should re-read the Driftwood N i I Business Managers, Frank and relive for a moment the NX X Briard, Joanne Duffy, and happiness of your high school lk Larry Lynch, Senior Picture days, we, the Driftwood Staff, s X' Editor, Molly Byockg Senior will be rewarded. isdn., .X I . A DRIFTWOOD STAFF: BACK ROW L, toR,gStuartWenger, Carl Pisano, Frank Cuccurullo, I lil Frank Briard, Mark Shooman, Larry Lynch, Frnak Dunst. NEXT ROW: Mr, Maher, Sue Schulman, Paul Boyd, Ann Lynch, Nancy Neiman, Carol Ann Miller, Karen Clausen. 1 9 6 4 553113123 ROW: Sue Lieberman, Patricia Greenleaf, Joann Duffy, Molly Byock, Linda i a J .. F. V W wvf'f+afl2Gf'.f1a:ffriHfe:if-effif.+Sfw,e2f4f "fl-ff.:-N:-.Lt r V Q.. -- - ,.. ..,'.. ,,. .-L ' .W ' - N f,-.-,.. L .rv v- , A v , ...,. , MEGAPHONE: BACK ROW L, to R.: Susan Howard, Edith Casey, Barbara Schmidt, Ilene Warren, Sherry Starrett, Linda Zelaites, Paula Freedman, Alvin Schmaier, Pete Hogelen, Judy Kamber, Greg Crawford, Karen Kuker, Arthur Rubin, Renee Schwartz, Carl Pisano, Carolyn Bonney, Alan Novogrod, David Cohen, Karen Kuskin, Mrs. Ruth Jones. FRONT ROW: Joyce Friedman, Jean Perrella, Cheryl Herbert, David Barcan, Susan Lillo, David Brown, Curtis Crystal, Joan Levy, Patti Graiver, Don Linky, Robbie Morris, Diane Phillip, Sandy Prince, Jerry Sroka, Harry Silverman, Judy Duval, T N l For the past nine years, the Megaphone has published a weekly, live column news- paper with a complete modern makeup. The staff does everything in the formation of the paper except print it. Each issue of the paper contains news, features, editorials, cartoons, and sports. Football and basketball programs are also printed. Special Thanks- giving, Christmas, and Easter issues high- light the school year. This year the Mega- phone has sponsored a dance and other fund- raising projects. The editorial staff is composed of the fol- lowing people: Don Linky, Editor-in-Chief, Patti Graiver, Robbie Morris, Managing Ed- itors, Jerry Sroka, Sports Editor, Marc Lasky, News Editor, Sandy Prince, Feature Editor, Dave Barcan, Linda Zelaites, Fresh- man Editors, David Brown, Photography Editor, Joan Levy, Copy Editorg and Susan Lillo, Exchange Editor. The business department is headed by Business Manager Curtis Crystal. Other members of this staff are Marcia Rosenthal, Assistant Business Manager, Irene Philip, Advertising Manager, and Wendy Sachs, Assistant Advertising Manager. Mrs. Ruth Jones is advisor of the Mega- phone. Buy a program, only 259. lil 'frm HJ5'.?w.f 1-Wifi! S 65' IVXNQIAKQV f'Q,' ' :fb 'I 3 fl 'U 5 om ord inger. Mfg l- Senior Play This year's Senior Play, "Paint the Town Pink," will always be an unforgettable event for the members of the cast, and for those who saw it. It is the story of a "Turn- about Day" at Mansfield High School. The students take the place of the teachers, the principal, and his secretary. The result is mass confusion as the mice for the biology lab get loose, the tables and chairs from the cafeteria are taken away before lunch, and Mrs. Lawton, that new school board member, sits in the wet, "shocking pink" chair. The play may be ended, but the memory lingers on for all those who were connected with it. Who can forget the wonderful weeks of rehearsals, the buzzer that didn't buzz, the ad libloing, and, of course, that wonderful live mouse which added just the right touch to dress rehearsal. Many thanks must be given to Miss M. Matthews for her splendid direction and to Paula Friedman as Student Director. SENIOR PLAY CAST: BACK ROW L, to R, Sally Hutzley, Susan Lieberman, Anita Garrity, Arthur Brawer, Jo Ann Ellenson, Frank Briard, Elizabeth Grayson, Alan Novo- grod, Diane Segall, Larry Nussdorf, Barbara Sotnick, Susan Howard, Ruth Nonnenberg, Carl Pisano. NEXT ROW: Patricia Greenhow, Nancy Neiman, Arlene Schmaier, Nancy Northridge, Andy Dellomo. FRONT ROW: Robert Schmidt, Neil Levin, Joseph Miller, Peter Gordon, Jack Ansell, Larry Eroclino. .Q .:.. .,..f,-"itil -. . Q, :I 9 if 6. 151-1 - ' " s," '. ,, "Bang, Bang. You're dead." "And I have 4212 fewer cavities" "E-Gad I Shocking Pink I" f'Whoever heard of mice being overparkecl'?" f Yaay! Ferndock! "That's what I like-a firm handshake." "Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippjhngly "Us Tarreyton smokers would "If YOU MVB f921'S, Prepare to Shed on the tongue," Father fight than switch!" them now" J ,... 1:35 - l no . ,J Cl? ui STUDENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: BACK ROW L, to R.: Bill Moses, Tim Johnson, Steve Anton, John Hayes, Belinda Rice, Wendy Conover. NEXT ROW: Rosemary Bruno, ' Michelle Spechler, Harold Moses, Judy Wills, Chris Gacos. FRONT ROW: Miss Massey, ' Marty Adler, Kelly Coutrous, Jeff Westerberg, George Sofield. STUDENT COUNCIL west efberg . STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: L. to R, 5 Miss Massey, Marty Adler, Kelly Coutros, George Sofield, Jeff The Student Council is made up of the Executive Council and the homeroom presidents. Its duty is to represent the entire student body, improve relations between the faculty, administra- tion, and student body, further better relations with other schools, set standards of behavior, and provide all students with an opportunity to participate in student government, The ofiicers this year are: President, Jei Westerberg, Vice-President, George Sofieldg Secretary, Kelly Courtosg Treasurer, Marty Adler. Miss Katherine Massey is the faculty advisor. Some of the activities which this Student Council originated include: organizing and selling football programs with the Meg, publishing and selling basketball programs, orientating the freshman and eighth grades, aiding in obtaining a cannon, sending Jeff Westerberg as an exchange student to Spooner, Wis- consin, aiding in obtaining sports' schedule cards, and starting an afternoon session student council as a branch of morning sessions to link the two closer together. Some of this year's standard activities include: sponsoring pep rallies, conducting poster contests, appointing hall monitors, selling candy at basketball games, presenting Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to the needy, sending greeting cards to all members of the administration and faculty, collecting money and clothing, for charities, participating in exchange programs with local high schools, sponsoring Dress-up Days and Blue and Black Days, sending representatives to the State Convention and the State Leadership Camp, and selling small megaphones and football schedule pens. yi BOOSTER CLUB: BACK ROW L, to R: Ronnie Gorsky, John Langeler, Ned Kaplan, Frank Cuc- curullo, Marty Adler,Fred- die Traverso, Bill Larkin, Mike Gallagher, Charlie Hoffman, Pete Shantz, Bob- bie Weddle, Billy Coutros, Stu Serine, Tim Johnson. NEXT ROW: Alvin Sch- maier, Paul Glasser, Mark Laifer, Lauri Husserll, Marian Graiver, Beverly Kelner, Stu Wenger, Sher- rie Starrett, Lloyd Daley, Jack Ansell Ilene Warren, Dale Yellen, Suzanna Cas- sano, Judy Sayre, Franca Bors, Colleen Bickart, Kit Corwin, Carol Musto, Kim Conover, Monica Herz, Ei- leen Leone, NEXT ROW: Paul Mayerwitz, Melanie Kurinsky, Joan Weiner, Cheryl Herbert,JudyDuval, Carolyn Bonney, Gayle Pappaylion, Cheryl Henne- berry, Linda Silverstein, Meryl Sheridan, Janice Colangelo, Sally Fary, Bonnie Rapp, Bobbi Marx, Linda Hyman, Barbara Wanner, Sue Schultz, Carol Goleen. FOURTH ROW: Marie Joste, Barbara Sot- STUDENT COUNCIL: BACK ROW L. to R.: Ted Rose, GeorgeSofield, Don Linky, Harry Patterson, Bob Adams, Harry Giberson, Ann Colaguori, Joann Moczydlowski, Michelle Sp- echler, Tim Johnson, Steve Weiss. NEXT ROW: Mark Hecker, Marc Lasky, Bill Coutrous, Dave Warlick, Mike Sylvester, Barry Anton, Judy Sayre, Susan Bilyou, Carol Golden, John Hayes. NEXT ROW: Bruce Young, Walter Lieberman, Alvin Schmaier, Jeff Donner, Steve Fr- onaphel, Sharon Meadows, Steve Anton, Tom Gerard, Rosemary Br- uno, Lana Lawrence, MarciaHersh- man, Pam Peterson. NEXT ROW: John Grasser, Charles Kaufman, Ronny Rosenstein, Doug Neuman, Lowell Stanley, Gayle Delaney, Judy Wills, Linda Harrison, Darlene Pembleton, Lonnie Truax. FRONT ROW: Miss Massey, Paul Brietner, Doug Payne, Thaddeus Glover, Fern Meyers, Brenda Walker,MonaSo1ed, Kim Bruno, Ted Rosen. BOOSTER CLUB I nick, Jean Cross, Gail Gre- en, Val Gadsden, Jo Anne Daves, Claudia Kroeger, Dareen Danielson, Sharon Meadows, Jo Mi11er,,Nancy Garrity, Kathy Gottdenker, Molly Byock, Nancy Hoff- meir, Sue Leitner, Pat Ward, Sue Bilyou, Roberta Berlin. FRONT ROW: Seb- estian Vaccaro, Curtis Crystal, Sue Packet, Lynn Pollack, Jill Weiss, Sue Edelstein, Jo Ann Stern, Billy Moses, Chris Dunlop, Diane Uslan, D, Husserl, Janice Pitcher, Sandy Pr- ince. BOOSTER CLUB The Booster Club of Asbury Park High School was organized four years ago to en- courage school spirit at all athletic events. The club sells A.P.H.S. buttons and shakers to stimulate support of the football team. This year's officers are Bill Moses, presi- dent, Dennis Husserl, vice president, Chris Dunlop, Treasurerg Diane Uslan, Secretary. Guess where the cheerleaders are, rm, 1 , f NATIONAL HDNUR SOCIETY The National Honor Society was established by the National Associa- tion of Secondary School Principals in 1921 to meet a demand for well- rounded students. That is why selec- tions to membership are based upon scholarship, service, character, and leadership. Election of membership is decided by the Faculty Council which is composed of Mr. Bushinger, Mr. Williams, Mr. Lloyd, and three other teachers chosen by Mr. Bush- inger. VARSITY SCHULARS This spring the scholars of Asbury High School will receive varsity "A's." The students who obtain a yearly average of 90'k or more will be allowed to wear the Varsity Scholar UA." The blue "A" will be the same size and have the same im- portance as the letters given to var- sity athletes. lt is bordered with white and has a gold lamp of knowl- edge on the crossbar. If a student has received a Varsity Scholar "A" in one year, and during the next year he attains an average KIWANIS HDNOR SUCIETY The Kiwanis Honor Society was or- ganized during the school year of 1928-1929 under the auspices of the Kiwanis Club of Asbury Park. The purpose was, and still is, to recognize good scholarship. Membership is achieved by amass- ing six points. These points may be obtained by earning two points for each semester on the high honor roll and one point for each semester on the honor roll. Induction ceremonies are held once every year. The Honor Society also presents annual awards for academic achievement. The oflicers for this year are: President, Carl Pisanog Vice Presi- dent, Arlene Schmaierg Secretary, Michelle Spechler, Treasurer, Theo- dore Rose. of ninety or better, he will receive a certificate showing that he deserved the letter for that year. He will not get two letters. At the end of the Senior year if the student has re- ceived one Varsity "A" and three cer- tificates, he will be awarded with a trophy inscribed: Senior Varsity Scholar. The Scholars are honored at a special program each year. The school and students are congratulated for their part taken in showing the im- portance of scholastic achievement. KIWANIS HONOR SO- CIETY: BACK ROW L. to R, Steve Bernstein, Joseph Miller, Jon Bady, Tim Sul- livan, Ira Goldman, Renee Schwartz, Jean Serine, Su- san Steadman, Eileen Cor- nell, Mark Shooman, Allen Norby. NEXT ROW: Wendy Sachs, Roberta Morris, Peggy Ross, Frank Briard, Don Linky, Marty Adler, Jamie Grayson, Anita Gar- rity, Joanne Duffy, Karen Claus en, Melanie Kurinsky. NATIONAL HONOR SO- CIETY: BACK ROW L. to R.: Susan Lillo, Jean Ser- ine, Karen Moore, Shep Masser, Frank Vecchione, David Warlick, Bill Cou- tros. NEXT ROW: Celia VanLummel, Joan Levy, Karen Clausen. NEXT ROW: Pat Greenleaf, Ro- berta Morris, Karin Doer- ing, Carl Pisano, Martin Adler, Steve Weiss. FRONT ROW: Susan Stead- man, Don Linky, Ted Rose, William Moses, Paula Fr- eedman, Jeffrey Marvel. BACK ROW, L, to R, : Patricia Greenleaf, Arthur Rubin, Karen Young,Sheree Starrett, Peggy Ross, Jean Serine, Jim Rogers, Marty Adler, Allen Norby, Larry Liebesman. NEXT ROW: Joan Levy, Michelle Spech- ler, Bill Moses, Arlene Sc- hmaier, Mark Shooman, Melanie Kurimsky, Ilene Warren. NEXT ROW: Kar- en Clausen, Patty Bruno, Ted Rose, Larry Nussdorf, Joseph Mi1ler,CarlPisano, Michelle Zagury, Elliot Sender. NEXT ROW: Bar- bara Kaplan, Celia Va.n Lummel, Susan Lillo, Sandy Prince, Patty Holub, Roberta Morris, Carol Henshaw, Paul Glasser, Steve Weiss, NEXT ROW: Bill Moses, Elaine Levy, Arthur Rubin, Sandy Prince, Alan Novo- grod, Michelle Zagury, Joan Levy, Susan Grabelle, Curtis Crystal, Pat Green- leaf, Steve Weiss. FRONT ROW: Mr. Lloyd, Susan Lillo, Susan Schach, Susan Lieberman, Ted Rose, Ar- lene Schmaier,CarlPisano, Michelle Spechler, Carol Henshaw, Larry Nussdorf, Paul Glasser, Mr. Wil- liams. ! 3 21 3 Q 2 5 fi L 3 3 u -1 v f ii I BAND ,,,..,, at BAND : BACK ROW L, to R.: Donald Haight, Barry Dtmcan, Gerald Shiner, Edward Gildner. NEXT ROW: Larry Glover, Jerry Langeler, Clarence Brown, Frnak Ratti, Russell Layne, Steven Raab, Verna Rogers, Jodi Grey, Gilbert Long, William Meserve, John Hodgson, Danny Nobile, William Bentley, Robert Fisher, Richard Hoff, Carl Turner, Gary Thomas, Kenny Charp, David Peek, Ted Rosen, Louis Percello, Stuart Friedrich, William Sciarappa, NEXT ROW: Lillie Smith, Gary Edinger, Betsy Taylor, Janice Jones, Alice Kaufman, Wendy Sachs, Marcia Terry, Ellen Summerfield, Kathy Flanagan, Arthur Bressler, Alan Schned, Marian Scott, Kent Hicks, Harvey Mayerowitz, Barbara Hawkey, Henry Schmidt, Arthur Fink. NEXT ROW: Lewis Fisher, Thomas Siciliano, Richard Athkinson, Eric Schned, Donna Hayes, Eric Dell, Arthur Rubin, Mark Cohn, Dianne Griffin, Andrew Ferguson, Linda Grant. NEXT ROW: Sandy Quinn, Barbara Roman, Maureen Johns, Judy Schwartz, Lynn Miller, Dianne Kellers, Diane Edinger, Henry Umstead, David Calvert, Mark Malkin, Ronnie Mills, Charles McAfee, Erik Bertelsen, Mark Cohen, Lee Kern. FRONT ROW: Viola Pieper, Joan Fabrici, Laurie Ewing, Peggy Day, Marvin Gellman, George Hogelin, David Walsh, Charles Thomson, Jane Berman, Sherri Stine, Arthur Schenck, Mathew Klein, James Taylor, Donald Stine, Cecilia Todd, Kathy Wolcott, Christine Fornarotto, Barbara Schwartz, Wanda Johnson. strumental in building school spirit. dent Varieties. If BAND SECRETARIES: L. to R5 Gloria Welch, Ruth Ann McClellan. Asbury's large and colorful band is as popular and outstanding a concert band as it is an accomp- anist to athletic events. Captained by Frank Bryan, the noted Shore conductor, this group has been in- The familiar Marching or Cadet Band plays for football and basketball games, assembly pro- grams, the Columbus Day Parade and the St. Pat- rick's Day Parade. lts drum majorette this year is Jane Berman, who leads the band at many events. Also familiar is the Concert Band, which gives a concert annually, and plays for W.J.L.K. radio broadcasts, the Christmas Program, Spring Con- cert, Music Festival and assembly programs. A f A sse special Student Varieties Band, composed of the best musicians in the regular band, plays for Stu- z Q - . L K f'f 5? ?"f 2"f ?"f 2"f ?"f f'1 5? 2"f ?"f F"2 5? 522153 2111 2? Z3 213 22351 521 515353335 9513850393333 TBBOOBO .tv . .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i. i?"S1'Z2 223 212 Z1 5335359635322-2353353520 1539333 ff -'J Q 2 .fn an na M. .fm .-f. .w an we an as .man af. an .w on umm af, M. as M in my an ew M M' - af! , - STAGE BAND: BACK ROW, L, to R, Charles Thomson, Donald Haight, William Bentley, Gilbert Long, Richard Hoff, William Sciarappa, Louis Percello, Ted Rosen,Robert Fisher, Danny Nobile. FRONT ROW, Mike Troese, Arthur Bressler, Stanley Johnson, Mark Cohn, Henry Schmidt, Arthur Fink, Kent Hicks, Stephen Westmoreland. COLOR GUARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Higin- botham, Janet Ludlow, Barbara Wanner, Ruth Nonnenberg, La- urie D'Auria, Susan Steckbeck, Karen C1ausen,Barba.raSchenk, Rose Marino. ,z 15.1, , g f, sae STAGE BAND The function of the Color Guard is to guard the American and School Hags whenever the Colors are presented. This year's members, chosen for appearance, stature, and marching ability, participated in football and basketball games, the Columbus Day Parade, and the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The captain this year is Ruth Nonnenberg. Mr. Frank Bryan is the Color Guard's advisor. ASBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL BAND ...wx ,'.Ax Y -'1 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The Varsity Cheerleaders, captained by Kelly Coutros, have as their primary aim the preservation and strengthening of school spirit. Secondly, they mean to represent Asbury Park High School in such a manner as to bring credit to the school and to themselves. As a means to these ends, they generally practice an hour a day two or three days a week, cheer at all Varsity football and basketball games, and readily perform services for the school when called upon to do so. The squad each year has attend- ed one or more state-wide cheerleading clinics in order to keep pace with the latest trends in cheering. The members of the squad are selected annually from the 10th, llth, and 12th grades by a faculty committee. SQ CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS: BACK ROW L. to R, : Ellen Hess, Jamie Grayson, Cindy Lerner, Dale Paskow, Ann Colaguori, Judy Sayre. FRONT ROW: Joyce Friedman, Kelly Coutrous, Miche- lle Spechler, Mona Hass, Barbara Brown. fi 1 124 ,, J, s 7. XJ.- ky V . H ,M2 ' "L Y. ,, .- ' ' ',x" SWING FLAGS SWING FLAGS: Back Row L, to R. Carol Schneider, Cheryl Farrell, Diane Zy- vith, Sharon Meadows, Pa- tty Fowler, Susan Bander. NEXT ROW: Gail Green, Sue Scalpati, Kay Herbison, Linda Jewell, Peggy Fisch- er, Bobbie Taylor. FRONT ROW: Sue Schneider, Captain. The Swing Flags, led by captain, Sue Schneider, present precision flag twirling routines at pep rallies, football and basket- ball games, the Columbus Day, St. Patrick's Day, and Loyalty Day Parades. They prac- tice regularly after school to perfect their colorful displays. The girls are chosen in spring try-out on their ability to march and twirl a flag. Regular attendance at practices and passing grades must be attained. At the end of the season all members receive varsity letters and the Seniors are awarded trophies. Their advisor is Mr. Frank Bryan. TWIRLERS TWIRLERS: BACK ROW L, to R.: SandraJohnson, Dol- ores Nunn, Jan Edelstein, Tanya Terry, Pat Bruno, Bonnie Carmichael. NEXT ROW: Elaine Grove, Cy- ndie Doyle, Joyce Mendel, Joyce Hatfie1d,Joanne Rus- kin, Doris Nunn. FRONT ROW: Peggy Ross,Captain. 'Sum The Twirlers, led by Peggy Ross, their captain, and Mr. Bryan, 'their advisor, per- formed at football games, basketball games, pep rallies, the Columbus Day Parade, Loy- alty Day Parade, and the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City. The girls are chosen in the spring for their marching and twirling ability, and practice from three to five days a week in order to learn their routines. Each girl must attend' all rehearsals and maintain a passing average in all her subjects. At the end of the year, the girls receive letters and certificates, and the Senior girls receive trophies. Besides the regulars, there are four alter- nates: Peggy Epstein, Diana Keegan, Joyce McCurry, Ellen Sandberg. ff-bn! 'NTT' wiki Q, 136 2196913 L v FUTURE NURSES BACK ROW, L, to R, Ruth VonSpreck1eson, R, N,, Linda Carson, Linda Carter, Allegra Johnson, Peggy Hounge, Judy Hullt, Donna Haag, Diane Griffin, Ann Smith, Ann Hahn, R, N, NEXT ROW: Diane Jacobs, Carol Musto, Barbara Hawkey, Linda Epstein, Dianne Peluso, Gwen Jackson. FRONT ROW: Jo Francis Miller, Cindy Shebelle, Susan Band- er, Pat Saunders, Linda Silverstein, Pat Joste. LIBRARY STAFF LIBRARY STAFF BACK ROW L, to R, : Margaret Tinsley, Holly Braman, Rosetta Railey, Barbara Jenkins, Linda Warren, FRONT ROW: Linda Silverstein, Mrs. Jea.n Kramer, Miss Ruth Schnell, Karen Klang. FUTURETEACHERS FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB: BACK ROW L. to R. : Mr. Stout, Peggy Ross, Pat Ward, Sue Schneider, Sue Hicks, Barbara Kaplan, Sheila Holtz, Sally Hutzley, Anne Werfel, Carolyn Bonney, Pat Fowler, Barbara Wan- ner, Barbara Sotnick, Carol Delhagen, G1- enda Mark, Bernice Hogenburk, Eileen Sebestyen, Gayle Pappayllon, Patty Pyle, Carol Woehrer, Judy Breen, Joanne Duffy. NEXT ROW : Roseanne Soriano, Lorraine Morris, Sharon Kozubovlch, Janice Pitcher, Harriet Becker, Barbara Mezey, Sheree Starrett, Sue Reiter, Leslie Drescher, Molly Byock, FRONT ROW: Lynn Leone, Karen Bertelsen, Nancy Glaser, Carol Frank, Bar- bara Maroney, Karen Klang, Sue Schach, Wendy Brown, Bonnie Carmichael, Carol Ann Miller, Lauren Ewing, Karen Young, Diane Stolz, Judy Duval, Diane Uslan, Gail Schlossberg, Etta Shikoff, Madeline Strauss, Penny Panas. The purpose of the Future Nurses' Club is to interest pupils in nursing as a career. It is open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursday of each month, and the second meeting of the month is usually for a special program. A banquet is planned at the end of the year's activities. One of the main projects of the club is the Future Nurses' Volunteer service at Fitken Mem- orial Hospital and Monmouth Medical Center. Mem- bers who are over 16 years of age volunteer three hours of service a week. The club also visits the hospitals to acquaint the girls with other fields of nursing. The oiiicers this year are Susan Bander, Presi- dent: Patricia Saunders, Vice Presidentg Linda Sil- verstein, Secretary, Cynthia Shebell, Treasurerg Jo Francis Miller, Program Chairmang and Pat Joste, Fund-Raising Chairman. This year, Miss Ruth Schnell, the Asbury Park, High School, Librarian has chosen 12 girls from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes to assist her in the Library. Day after day, these girls can be seen deliver- ing slips, checking out books, or acquainting a new student with our library system. The valuable service rendered by the girls is greatly appreciated by the students and teachers alike. At the end of each year the Sue Kraybill Award is presented to the most deserving girl. The Future Teachers' Club of Asbury Park High School is a local unit affiliated with the Na- tional Future Teachers' Association. The aim of the club is to prepare interested students for the teaching profession. This is accom- plished by having guest speakers and movies. Throughout the year, all members of the club are able to observe or teach in local grammar schools. Other activities are trips to colleges, fund-raising projects, a radio broadcast, and a banquet at the end of the year. The club holds meetings twice a month and fol- lows the same constitution that is followed by all clubs. The ofiicers are: Bonnie Carmichael, Presi- dentg Joan Golub, Vice President, Wendy Brown, Secretaryg Carol Miller, Treasurer, Serena Perl- man, Historiang and Lauren Ewing, Parliamen- tarian. 177 ATHLETIC STAFF The' purpose of the Athletic Staff is to assist the Athletic Department in typing, filing, and distributing notices. The staff is composed of 20 girls whose main projects are making schedule cards for the different sports, typing out informa- tion, and selling tickets to athletic events. The girls work in the office during their free period. They are very helpful to both Coach Villapiano and the Ath- letic Department. For one year of service, a member receives a certificate, and for two years, a service medal. ATHLETIC STAFF: BACK ROW CL, to R, J: Sue Steadman, Darriel Sadowski, Sue Leitner, Cheryl Henn- eberry, Kathy Easu, Ellen Hess, Rose Marino, Dale Paskow, Cindy Lerner, Cindy Jackson. FRONT ROW CL, to R. 7: Susan Steckback, Kathy Higinbotham, KitCorwin, Lisa Brown, Donna Schwartz, Kelly Coutros. MAIN OFFICE STAFF The purpose of the Main Office Staff at A.P.H.S. is to assist with the clerical work in the office. This includes answering the telephone and delivering messages. The staff is made up of fourteen girls who work in the oflice during their free periods under the supervision of Mrs. Richards. The girls are rewarded for their hard work with a certificate for one year's service, and a service medal for two. I fi. BACK ROW, L, to R, Lynn Pezzella, Barbara Wanner, Ruth Nonnenberg, Linda Phipps, Patricia Ward, Lawri Sager. FRONT ROW: Noreen Davis, Sandra White, Annabel Smith, Sandy Prince. "WNW-Q.. .MM . .1 I' was i 9' W v i , U Q, 4- 15891. ,. W,,.....F,,M,.,,. venus-...Q sv fi 'A,i-ia VICE PRINCIPAUS STAFF, BACK ROW, L, to R, Beth Shapiro, Ellen Graber, Baiba Gaikas, Anita Gar- rity. NEXT ROW: Barbara Marx, Paula Freedman, Kelly Coutros Mona Hass, Eileen Kepler. E ..w,,.q-5 .Nags-Nw PRINCIPAL? STAF Mr. Roumanis' staff consists of 13 girls who Work in his office during one of their free periods. They answer the telephone, keep records of tardiness, cutting, and excuses, sign attendance slips and call students who are Wanted in the office. These girls are selected on the basis of their scholastic and disciplinary records. For one year of assistance, they receive a certificate, and for two years, a service medal. The Asbury Park High School Chess Club is for those stu- dents interested in learning or playing chess and possibly trying out for the Chess Team. CHESS The club meets weekly and has approximately 25 members. At the meetings, aside from regular business, the members play in order to determine the top five players, Who play on the Chess Team. The team is a member of the Shore Conference Chess League, and it plays every other team in the Conference twice. This year's oflicers are the following: President, Myles Sand- berg, Vice President, Alan Novogrodg Secretary, Wendy Sachs, and Treasurer, Shep Masser. The advisor for the club is Mrs. Marie W. Hayes. CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Leonard Pohl, Robert Gable, Arthur Brawer, Alan Novogrod, Myles Sandberg, Mrs. Hayes. 7 1, F . 'hx-f gui' CHORUS The students who are members of the Chorus and Glee Club are selected from the vocal music classes. It is open to all students and meets three times a week. This organization offers wonderful opportunities to the stu- dent interested in music to gain valu- able experience in solo and group singing. The Chorus and Glee Club have been very active this year. They have entertained on Parents' Night, pre- sented "Seasons Greetings in Songg" presented programs over WJ LKQ sponsored a Vocal Ensemble Contestg presented a musical comedy, "Mr. Crane", with the band, presented a "Spring Festival of Song," sent rep- resentatives to the Operatic Festival, Shore Conference Chorus, and All State Chorus. The Chorus and Glee Club are under the direction of Miss Angela Flynn. DEBATING CLUB The purpose of the Asbury Park Debating Club is to give each of its members poise and confidence when speaking in public. Each one in the club is encouraged to participate in practice debates, panel discussions which are held at club meetings, and competitive events between schools. The Debating Club has been in existence for many years. In order to be active in it, CHORUS: BACK ROW L. to R: E.J, Wright, Robert Montulet, Harold Suggs, Ronald Bakley, Gary Williams, Robert Watt, Roy Anderson, Jackie Watt, Barbara Whittaker, RoseCastellano, Hilda Liebeskind, Marsha Hershman, Gloria Barkley, June Hult, Char- lene Reed, Linda Carter, Linda Cason, Allegra John- son, Lois McDonald, Kay Beckley, Ellen Starke, Carole Gaines, Sharon Saunders, Margie Van Liew, Peggy Williams, Andrea Dodd. NEXT ROW: Bruce Morrison, Gary Thomas, Steve Stolz, David Weedon, Thomas Harrell, Robert Hurley , Thomas Welch, Rochelle Sweet, Barbara Harris, Rosemarie Sirianni, Janet Kalika, Karen J orden, Phyllis Woolsey, Mary Belasco, Margaret Fischer, Belinda Rice, Gladys Mae Kendle, Debbie Dickerson, Diana Keegan, Frances Delonardo, Kathy Horton, Marion Chafey, Elaine Mather, Diane Woolsey, Fern Meyers. NEXT ROW: Linda Grant, Harold Robinson, Cynthia McMillan, Gary Beverly, Chris Gacos, Audrey Cohen, Marlene Rogers, Thelma Wilson, Barbara Sponenberg, Joanne Sargeant, Bea- trice Sanders, Gloria Washington, Stephanie Jordan, Joan Feinberg, Paula Weinstein, Lorraine Bryant, Zora Railey, Melody Stevens, Janet Burke, Karen Davis, Charlene Smith, Sue Wexler, Cwrol Flynn, Lauren Stolz, Kathy Pappa, Betty Anne White. FRONT ROW: Phyllis Collins, Kathy Van Brunt, Carol Grant Deborah Jones, Karen Mc Nish, Barbara Presley, Abby Lazar, Linda Scorben, Nancy Gluck, Carolyn Bunting, Rosemary Bruno, Margaret Walker, Bevegly Butterworth, Shirly Haight, Lorraine Bryan, Robin Long, Susan Covino, Shirly Welch, Betsy Taylor, Kathy Wolcott, Cynthia Cush, Linda Brooks, Beverly Kelner, Mary Greer, Anne Werfel. a member must work hard to prepare him- self for the many varied events. The climax of the year is a trip to Philadelphia for the Temple University Speech Festival. This year's officers are: President, Irene Philip, Vice President, Susan Lillog Secre- tary, Bob Dengroveg and Treasurer, Larry Nussdorf. The club's advisor is Mr. Wills. DEBATING CLUB: BACK ROW L, to R.: Nansi Friedman, Susan Lillo, Barbara Kaplan, Sherri Starret, Philip, Skipper Keppler, David Co- hen, Tommy Nordlinger, Larry Lie- besman. SEATED: Marlene Fine, Linda Zelaites. S C I E N C E Patty Long, David Sokolow, Irene CLUB The Science Club was formed for those students who are interested in science, either as a career or a hobby. Membership is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Each member is expected to do independent re- search as part of a group or by himself. The club as a whole meets bi-weekly to discuss projects and trips. This year the club set up and operated a weather station and held a science fair. The club also invites lecturers from different scientific fields, such as marine biology and physics, to address the members. Several field trips to places such as Brookhaven Na- tional Laboratories are also taken. This year's officers are President, Tim Sul- livan, Vice President, Jon Bady, Treasurer, Frank Briard, and Secretary, Irene Philip, The advisor to the group is Mrs. Dolores Lynch. SCIENCE CLUB L. to R. BACK ROW: Curtis Crystal, Lenny Ep- stein, Paul Godstein, Bernie Formo- witz, Leonard Pohl, GregCrawford, Louis Percello, Walter Chek. NEXT ROW: Steve Chazen, Howard Pol- lack, Barry Scharf, Fred Cullen, Steve Schuler, Herbert Kingsland, Arthur Acker, NEXT ROW: Wil- liam Saltzman, Mark Goeller, Carl Pisano, Frank Dunst, Mark Laifer, Terry Goodman, Arnold Schlisser- man, Joe Miller, Paul Mayerowitz, John Howell, Wendy Sachs, Mark Shooman. NEXT ROW: Alan Finkel, Gary Benton, Shep Massar, Bob Kenney, Karin Doering, Barbara Ar- nold, Barbara Zuckerman, Jean Serine, Leonard Bader, Peggy Day, Sue Schulman, Mrs. Lynch. NEXT ROW: Jeff Weiss, Harry Silverman, Paul Uslan, Kenny Charp, Peter Stern, Michael Keppler, Howard Zipperson, Paul Teicher, Eddie Kablenz, Eddie Epstein, Charles Bacon, Alan Aidekman, Donald Bur- set, Herb Sablove, FRONT ROW: Alan Zuckerman, Barry DeMers, Jon Bady, Tim Sullivan, Frank Br- iard, Irene Philip, Carol Henshaw, Jordienne Mark, Dell Sanderson, Harvey Mayerowitz, Judy Gold- wasser, 4 - ..,.f..3., 5.- 35952 1 1 , 4 H rg 1 ' i't. 4f QlgCx.tsL3321Izs '- umgwgfazm wi ' ,, 1' Q vw s24f 3f' 7g l 'ff m" g 5 .. h is , 1 2 fb Q 4 X 1 J L V is Y V s L I 4-Qpxy Q ' lf, ..1 fx1hL . f V F i K t ,ji X . , , X, ,' 1.9 TRACK CLUB L, to R, BACK ROW: J, Langler, N, Bergrud, N, Kaplan, F, Cuccurullo, F, Traverso, M, Gallagher, C, Hoffman, P, Schantz, W, Larkin, S, Serine, A, Colagouri, M, Spechler, T, Johnson, J, Grayson. NEXT ROW: L, Lynch, B, Anton, M, Adler, R, Epstein, H, Godwin, U, Scheel, E, Mc Grath, S, Wenger, D, Brown, D, Husserl, V, Borselino, J, Ansell, B, Coutros, R, Iverson, B, Weddle, J, Colangelo, S, Cassano, J, Sayre, R, Gorsky, C, Musto, K, Conover, M, Herz, C, Schneider, NEXT ROW: B, Moses, J, Ludlow, S, Star- rett, P, Mayerowitz, W, Lester, J, Duval, C. Bonney, G, Pappaylion, L, Daley, A, Gar- rity, C, Henneberry, N, Garrity, L, Silverstein, J, Levers, E, Hess, D. Yellen, B, Brown, K, Gottdenker, M, Byock, I, Warren, M, Sheridan, L, Hyman, R, Nonnenberg, K, Morgan, W, Conover, F, Bors, S, Graham, B, Wanner, C, Bickart, C, Dunlop, C, Farrell, R, Bisbee, J, Westerberg, C, Golden , G, Silverman, K, Corwin, S, Fary, NEXT ROW: M, Hass, E, Coutros, M, Joste, B, Sotnick, J, Cross, G, Green, V, Gads- den, E, Casey, J, Daves, S, Edelson, C, Lerner, D, Paskow, J, Miller, L, Sager, K, Higinbotham, G, Herz, N, Hoffman. FRONT ROW: S, Vaccaro, J, Stern,S, Shultz, D, Danielson, S, Bander, B, Kelner, L, Husserl, M, Graiver, D, Smith, S, Meadows, B, Werger, J, Weiner, J, Weiss, L, Pollack, F, Dunst, D, Stolz, G, Marx, T, Baldino, P, Hendersen, L, Lawrence, I, Leone, B, Marx, S, Scalpati, S, Packet, S, Schneider, R,M, Bruno, B, Rapp, TRACK CLUB Among the various organizations at As- bury Park High School, the Track Club has one of the largest number of members. The club is open to any student in the morning session, and Whenever plans must be made for the club's various activities meetings are held. One of the main functions of the Track Club is to promote school spirit. Its success has been proven by the large attendance at the many athletic events. Three important func- tions of the club are the spring and fall pic- nics and the annual winter dance. Films taken at the picnics are shown at the meet- ings and dance. The Track Club also presents the captains of all the varsity teams with awards for leadership. These awards are presented at "letter day" assemblies at the end of the sports season. This year the oflicers were Frank Dunst, President 3 Patti Graiver, Vice President, Col- leen Bickart, Secretary, and Frank Cuccur- ullo, Treasurer. Coach Vil is the advisor. as o 'Q f-'unnrf W Wm' H Sports Announcer A Patrick Barrett if H, ' Mx How many lollipops did you find? Swing, Graiver, swing! If we can't play my way, Hi, mom! I don't wanna play at all!! ATHLETIC STUCKRUUM ATHLETIC STOCK ROOM STAFF L to R. : Mr. Higinbotham, Jud S 'I' A F F Haviland, Tom E, Welch, Sidney Hayes. in 3 ji: ' x' ,Bl EL QL if ff :cis Q, -...zu 'Y .-ey fi 5213 8:14. 55,5 Q55 if ll." mixxgg y 9' 'rf -ir 'f 'f5fF. f' If Ei iii? 9 fi . 'YQ rn Yin, 1:-'2': Q 'W D-fit: 23 fi -- .u...., 5 The aim of the German Club is to acquaint the students with the cul- ture of Germany, thereby stimulating interest in the German language and promoting better relations between the U. S. and Germany. This is accomplished through meetings where slides and films of Germany are shown. During the school year, funds are raised for the annual banquet held at the end of the year. The German Club, under the direction of Mr. John Brunner, is com- posed of intermediate and advanced students. The officers are: Marty Adler, President, Ted Rose, Vice President, Carl Pisano, Sec- retary, and Frank Vecchione, Treasurer. GERMAN CLUB: BACK ROW, L, to R, David Richenberg, William Saltzman,,Mark Goellar, Authur Rubin, Carl Pisano, Ted Rose, Ira Grodberg, Louis Grey, Ira Goldman, Arnold Schlisserman, Tim Sullivan, Frank Vecchione, NEXT ROW: Paul Sherman, Paul Teischer, Steve Grossman, Curtis Crystal, Walter Chek, Frank Briard, Mark Forker, Frank Dunst. NEXT ROW: Sheldon Ancel, Jerry Saltzberg, Dwight TenBroeck, Harry Silverman, Paul Uslan, Geoffry Moser, Mark Shooman, Alan Novogrod, Martin Adler, Mr. Brunner.FRONT ROW: Susan Lillo, Bonnie Carmichael, Irene Philip, Eil- leen Cornell, Susan Bander, Zypora Grunfeld, Nancy Bawnik, Harry Giberson, Jane Burman. "Le Cercle Francais" is one of the oldest organizations in Asbury Park High School. The members meet the third Thursday of each month to practice their knowledge of French and to learn more about France and the French people. The members of the French club, who must have completed at least one year of French with an average of 80 per cent or better 'often have guest speakers and see French films and color slides of Francie, The most important activity of the club is the annual French Club baniiiiet. The meetings are conducted completely in French, and this year are presided over by the following: President, Joan Levy, VicljefPresident, Arlene Schmaier, Treasurer, Joanne Duffy, and Secretary, Anita Garrity. The club's advisor is Mrs. Mary Bryan. 3 ,FRENCH CLUB BACK ROW L, to R.: Sue Schneider, Ann Werfel, Jon Bady, Arthur lBrawer, Barbara Maroney, Eileen Sebastian, Gail Schlossberg, Robert Dengrlive, Jean Serine, Sally Hutzley, John Bertalon. NEXT ROW: Laurie Ewing, Patti Greenl , Peggy lRoss, Judy Breen, Penny Panas, Sheila Brasion, Sharon Kozubovich, Lucille K marki, 'Melanie Kerinsky, Janice Pitcher, Barbara Mezzey, Susan Schulman, Paul Ma ,erowitz,V 'Robert French, James Rogers. NEXT ROW: Peggy Day, Elaine Grove, NancyXG1asser, P. X-'i .w X. ,X K I Joyce Friedman, Cheryl Farrell, Janet Ludlow, Baiba Gaikis, Lois Schneider, Carols Henshaw, Sonia Lipetz, Michelle Zackery, Anne Colaguori, Colette Kettle, Diga.r1gUslan, ,J F Dale Clayton. FRONT ROW: Carol Frank, Judi Kamber, Joanne Duffy, Joan Levyriylrtlcgie fr Schmaier, Anita Garrity, Irene Ajello, Alan Zuckerman. KX if 7- '-: ac H ff X4 fs, r-1. fr ,X ,sn TQ G5 . f The purpose of the Italian Club of the A.P.H.S. is to prorigntehknofiiv- ledge of the Italian language and the customs of the Italian people. ' 'R my student with an average of eighty per cent or better in Italian may join. This year the Italian Club held a cake. sale and sold address labels to raise money for the banquet at the end of the year. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month under the supervision of Mr. Merli. The ollicers are: Andrew Dellomo, President, Linda Orlando, Vice President, Kathy Zarour, 2nd Vice President, Shirley Scalzi, Secretary, Cathy Conover, Asst. Secretary, Sophie Siwakowski, Treasurer, Lynn Pezzela, Asst. Treasurer, and Bernice Hogenburk, Publicity. ITALIAN CLUB: BACK ROW L, to R.: Lissa Brown, Charles Uliano, Renee Schartz, Silvio Tucciarone, Lloyd Daley, Tony Gradone, MiE Silvester, Zina Jahroff, Larry Ercolino, NEXT ROW: Rose Marino, Jo Ann Furcillo, Grace Petillo, Barbara Brembos, Victoria Howarth, Donna Haag, Julia Vacchiono, Mr. Merli. FRONT ROW: Rose Marie Bruno, Patti Martell, Shirley Scalzi, Lynn Pezzella, Cathy Zarour, Bernice Hogenbirk, Gayle Kirsch, .H .. . A ,rx Sink QV, A 1 1 .fd .fag L GERMAN CLUB FRENCH i I , :X F C L QS Q. :X .1 -.J ,-E.. ,x , fix, x . ff . X., C v-X X. . N .gg K, ' , F S ,XNQ Q Rf TS AY. fc Hg, , f . I .X . , . -., L .. i . X rvyiwx -' 'A sf - XXV AFX A . 3 -..,X C . . r-,Q 'L' , C i X. . A , 1 3' ft ' L. fl. F , ' C A. f K, XS, Lx.: qw , E Lx x .N f-A fa, ,N ,-, V . ., ,X ,l X 'Q . x' , 2 i ' C' 2 ' A f Ci PI 'li . , Q X , Q 'bg i 59 5 . ,QTEK Q, X I L sig ' 5 ,. i. . my ' Q ,J "X Q YJ ' " at is ' va , N9 'S 1 N Q-g 1 at 2 Q ' C l fx- -X ,. ,jg ' ,Q ,tg K .. 4- 'C it ' AL .-.X K ig T" -. A-X. ,X .K - .XY px, ,X , . 'J 5 P 1 'T' .M A ,f-, , F A 5 N -4 X, .. A 1 . , - f .V -., O, f f' l ' Qi .x FXQQILL V CLUB SENIOR LATIN CLUB SENIOR LATIN CLUB: Back Row L. to R. :Peggy Ross, Tim Johnson, Patty Holub, Robert Lowden, Bernard Fromowitz, Dave Walsh, Barbara Arnold, NEXT ROW: Laurie Ewing, Carol Ann Miller, Robbie Morris, Janet Ludlow, Ilene Warren, Leigh Garfield, Howard Rosenbloom, Ronnie Rosenstein. NEXT ROW: Bonnie Carmichael, Janice Col- angelo, Joan Levy, Sheila Braslow. FRONT ROW: Patty Bruno, Sheree Starrett, Arlene Schmaier, John Langler. IUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE The Junior Classical League, better known as the Latin Club, is a national organization which promotes a better understanding of Roman culture and an appreciation for the Latin language. The Latin Club of Asbury Park High School is a very active member of this organization. lt is in charge of the membership for the southern section of New Jersey and plans to attend the New Jersey convention in Atlantic City in April. The annual Roman Banquet, held in March, is one of the main events of the year. This year the club sold decals during September and October to procure funds for the banquet. The Latin Club is also handling the Poster Contest this year. The Irene Taylor Award is presented to the Senior with the highest average in Latin for four years. The Senior Latin Club, under the guidance of Mrs. R. Vecchione, meets once a month. The oflicers are: Consul CPresidentJ , Arlene Schmaierg Pro-Consul QV ice Presidentl, Sheree Starrett: Quaestor fTreasurerJ, John Langlerg and Aedulis Labolorum fSecretaryl, Patty Bruno. The Sophomore Latin Club, under the guidance of Mr. L. Mione, meets once a month. The officers are: Consul, David Cohen: Pro-Consul, Alvin Schmaierg Quaestor, Karen Kusking and Aedulis Labolorum, Gilbert Long. SUPHDMCRE LATIN CLUB SOPHOMORE LATIN CLUB, BACK ROW, L, to R.: William Guyan, Raymond Ewing, NEXT ROW: Mr, Lawrence V, Mione, Gwendolyn Jackson, Catherine Greshovich, Christine Kelly, Janet Cotrell, Leona Burke, Robert Fisher. NEXT ROW: Ronald Meltzer, Gail Mantell, Linda Zelaitis, Rose Marie Bruno, Thomas Gerard, Diane Apostolos, Lynn Nicholls. FRONT ROW: David Cohen, Karin Kuskin, Alvin Schmaier, N USHERETTES The Usherettes consist of fifteen girls selected from the Honor Society for their scholastic ability and dependability to serve as ushers. They are on duty at all assemblies, Graduation, the Senior Play, Student Varieties, and Parents' Night. This year Paula Freedman is our head usherette. Mr. Williams super- vises the activities of the usherettes. USHERETTS, BACK ROW: CL, to RJ Renee Schwartz, Jean Serine Arlene Schmaier Margaret Ross, Mr, Williams: SECOND ROW CL, to RJ: Karen Clausen, Susan Steadman, Pat Greenleaf, Cecil Van Lummelg FIRST ROW CL, to RJ: Michelle Spechler, J oa.n Levy, Paula Freedman, Michelle Zacury, Roberta Morris. '3 K V W "LLA A , A 4' 5 In ' f 9 " 'wg N 1 ,,.. 'W Q I m 1 i au- -I E Y + Y it -inf "W-vu.,..M,, 'mv 1? .paw X,- lm! U '- zfww A 'I xlg . !....,,-,, . .W ,.-,..1 .ff f' ,, 7- 9--r y x U-my-Y' 41 ........q iff: is l'e'fv .5 1,131 V f!"'S',i ..,.......,......,..............4' QQ ,V , A ,. x..,. , fi .. pn, al. W C.. Q: QQQ -9? Q 4 'hun- as 'El f , "1 qw sag .Lil if ,.. T5 QM? xr' ,- fix, auf WJ LE, A '92 f"'f if i BACK ROW, L, to R, Mr. Bursett, Richard Pinsky, Robert Bloom, Billy Coutros, Jack Seigel, Albert Mayer, Tom Clark, Dave Warlick, Mike Feinberg, Jeff Marvel, Tad Kallini, Gary Dunn, Jim Pincus, Donald Bursett, Steve Bernstein, Larry Nussdorf, Herb Sablove, Gil- bert Nehman. NEXT ROW: Tommy Sheehan, Florence Brennen, Ann Smith, Sue Schwartz, Sandy Prince, Wendy Conover, Jamie Grayson, Ilene Warren, Phyllis Silver, Nancy Northridge, Renee Schwartz, Carol Golden, Sue Schultz, Mark Lai.fer, Eliot Sender. NEXT ROW: Marc Lasky, Bonnie Samuels, Karen Klang, Wendy Brown, Patty Holub, Roberta Berlin, Nancy Weiser, Gwen Kuskin, Janice Jones, Linda Hyman, Elaine, Cooper, Molly Byock, Judy Stokhamer, Liz Gray- son, Patti Graiver, Jack Ansell, Steve Weiss, Paul Goldstein. FRONT ROW: Sue Bilyou, Kay Morgan, Kathy Higginbotham, Ginette Herz, Kit Corwin, Judy Sayre. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club, under the direction of Mr. Burset, provides an opportunity for the students to extend their interest in Spanish beyond the classroom. This year the Spanish Club is planning a trip to New York to visit the Spanish Museum and luncheon in a Spanish restaurant. They also plan to see an all Spanish movie which is available in this area. The meetings are presided over this year by: President, Jack Ansellg Vice President, Mark Lasky, Secretary, Patti Graiver, and Treasurer, Wendy Conover. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB BACK ROW, L. to R, Ira Goldman, Fred Fischer, Vernon Henderson, Mr. Hartman. NEXT ROW: James Le Blanc, Stanley Hirsh, Ronald Gorsky, Herb Kingsland. NEXT ROW: Walter,Hazelrigg,John Miller, Richard Marquand. FRONT ROW: Bill Palmer, Howard Kuker, Artie Vandenbos, James Farrell. HALL MONITORS, BACK ROW CL to RJ: Frank Cuccuru11o,John Miller, Harry Giberson, Charlie Stansbury, Gary Puro, Stu Serine, NEXT ROW: Dennis Husserl, David Barcan, John Hayes, Jeff Donner, Steve Kiely, NEXT ROW: Desi Day, Curtis Gun- ther, Ed Smith, Chuck Sandifer, Gene Silverman, Henry Young, Tom Smith, BOTTOM ROW: Tom O'Del1, Alex Manuel, Jim Johnson, Harold Robinson, Tom Jones, Clarence Felder. The Industrial Arts Club Was formed by those students who wished to extend their interest in Industrial Arts beyond the class- room for the purpose of promoting the Industrial Arts. At the meetings held every Monday, the members see movies and hear guest speakers. The club has taken several field trips and Will be the school representatives at the New Jersey Vocation and Arts Education Association Convention this year. The officers for the club are: William Palmer, Presidentg Walter Hazelrigg, Vice President, Artie Vanderbas, Secretaryg and Ira. Goldman, Treasurer. The faculty advisor is Mr. Hartman, assisted by Mr. Baston. HALL MONITORS The hall monitors are members of an organization, sponsored by the Student Council, which stations members in the halls during each period. Their purpose is to control traffic in the halls, keep the halls tidy, and to make sure that all lockers have been closed and locked. A person is appointed monitor only if he has a study period and is capable of leaving that study. No member may join if he has a disciplinary record. Meetings are not regularly scheduled, but one is called Whenever necessary. The faculty advisor to this group is Miss Katherine Massy and the head of the hall monitors is Jeff Westerberg, President of the Student Council., 9 Q SMF TEENS FUR SAFE DRIVING CLUB BACK ROW,, L, to R. : Mrs. Gardner, Bill Palmer, Jim Rogers, Oliver Barkley, Mr. Saylor. NEXT ROW: Gilbert Banks, A1 Mitchell, Bart Dunn. FRONT ROW: Tom Lilly, Lou Percello, Ron Gorsky, Karen Young, Dennis Husserl, Ken Redmond. v W f ,, 1 -A f a iz ',, " -' Q 1- ff., 453 9.5 The St, Patrick's Day Parade. V , STUDENT STUDENT ANNOUNCERS, L. to R, g Linda Zelaites, Bob Schmidt, Marcia Rosenthal, Nancy N orthridge. ANNUUNCERS The student radio announcers are completely responsible for the planning and operation of the weekly Student Activities Broadcast which is presented each Tuesday evening over radio station W, J, L, K, The student announcers for the 1963-64 school year were selected at try-outs held in October. They are Nancy Northridge, Bob Schmidt, Linda Zelaites, and Marcia Rosenthal. The programs are recorded by the I,M,C, under the direction of Mr. Ray Hoopes. - tif,4 yi J as N969 .f V 1 P x E Z 2 ! 1 5 , , 2 2 - 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL: BACK ROW L, to R. : Bob Brower, Frank Dunst, Desi Day, Mike Corcione, Bernie Milmoe, Tom Smith. NEXT ROW:Coach Rinehart, George Sofield, Chuck Sandifer, Jeff Westerberg, Barry Anton, Mike Gallagher, Gene Silverman, Larry' Lynch, Jud Haviland, Pete Felder, Richard Bisbee, Coach Bruno. NEXT ROW: Bill Loboda, Bruce Young, Steve Kiley, Gus Villapiano, Leonard Bacote, Tom Jones, Harold Robinson, John Hayes, Rickie Steelman, John Pittinger, Richard Mueller, Drew Bunnel. FRONT ROW: Alan Zuckerman, Jeff Donner, Dennis Husserl, Neil Beverly, Jim La Blanc, Phil Hanapole, John Beverett, Gary Puro, Bill Palmer, Gilbert Reed, Brother Vaccaro, Art Rouselle. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE A.P. VERSUS OPP 6 Perty Amboy 38 Linden 7 Union 20 0 Middletown '7 Long Branch 14 New Brunswick 26 6 Trenton 6 Thomas Jefferson 26 7 Neptune The 1963 Varsity football season was not a successful one as far as the record was concerned, but there is more to football than the win and lose record. The team was com- posed of many inexperienced Sophomores and Juniors. Because of this inexperience our boys made mistakes that led to their defeat. With so many experienced men, partic- ularly linemen returnin.-' for the 1964 season our future looks bright. Johnny Hayes who was co-captain with Tom Jones of the 1963 season will be returning as co-captain with Barry Anton of the 1964 football team. These boys will provide an adequate nucleus and wholesome leadership for the team. Besides Johnny and Barry we have George Sofield, Glen Silverman, Neil Beverly, Jud Haviland, Desi Day, Tom Smith, Phil Hanapole, John Pitinger, Mike Corcione, and a host of sec- ond and third stringers returning. We may not Win any championship, but you can be sure the Asbury Park High School football team will again be on the rise to the top of New Jersey Football. Other standout players who will graduate are Len Bacote, Bill Laboda, Bernie Milmoe, Richard Bisbee, Bob Brower,, Jeff Wester- berg, Frank Dunst, and Harold Robinson. Coach Bruno and Coach Rinehart deserve a lot of credit for developing a team which exhibited the qualities of true sportsman- ship. JAYVEE FOOTBALL: BACK ROW, L, to R3 Coach Osgoodby, Fred Richardson, Tom McCloud, Gary Fagans, Chester Opdyke, David Phillips, John Massey, John Riley, Louis Bell, Spencer Sangorgio, Truman Cooper, Richard Marquand, John Bertaland, Coach Williams. NEXT ROW, Harold Gilner, manager, John Wright, Ira Mitchell, Carl Turner, Jerry Donovan, David Smith, Robert Catalano, Robert Wilkens, John Lloyd, Gregory Shorter, Sidney Hayes, Louis Percello. FRONT ROW, Lance Chandler, Albert Warner, William Frohmer, Louis Perry, Tony Graham, Brian Batcher, Jerome Hester, Danny Butler, John Rawlings, Gavin Siciliano, Albert Wade. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: BACK ROW L. to R.:CoachWarner, Ken Parker, Phil Villapiano, George Athen, Bill Nonnenberg, Bill Schelpf, -Bill Groel, Mike Burke, A1Weed0n, Bill Faulhaber, John Mackey, Ted Rosen, Thel Collins, Sam James, Coach Givler, NEXT ROW: Chip Allison, Jim Lynch, Mark Baldino, GeorgeRosasco, Larry Braslow, Charlton Mack, Doug Newman, Ron Robinson, Chuck McKinnon, John Grasser, Mike Madden, Bernie Butts, Ben Dinkins. FRONT ROW: Bob Byers, Phil Gunter, Frank Clemente, Tom Davis, Ira Gendel, Harold Moses, Ted Kutrumbus, Bob Johnson, Charles Young, Art Washington, Ed Taylor, Bob Burke. BASKETBALL The Asbury Park Basketball Team, under the coaching of Mr. Kern, finished the season with a record of 7 wins and 13 losses. The team was led in scoring by Senior Charles Stansbury with an average of 14.7 points per game. Charlie, who was the most improved player on the team, scored 27 points in both the Long Branch and Emerson games. John Hayes led the team in rebounding. Tom O'Dell and Dave Warlick were especially good on defense. Sophomore Dave Riley and Junior Edmund Smith were also leading scorers. Other players on the team were: Ira Grodberg, Leon Saunders, Gary Smith, Uwe Scheel, Mike Gilvary, Danny Smith, Phil Sciliano, Victor Martinez, and Gus Villapiano. The Bishops played one of their finest games against Trenton who were rated number one in the state. Though the team lost, they played a fine game losing by only 4 points. Outstanding in the game were John Hayes in rebounding and Dave Warlick on defense. The Bishops avenged their frequent losses to Neptune by beating the Flyers 86 to 70. High scorers in the game were Charles Stansbury, Dave Warlick and John Hayes. The J .V.'s and the Freshman had successful seasons with 14-5 and 17-2 records, respectively. '- x 5 G C -K'--,, -, .. giizwfga 2 7 Mui -- . l W , VARSITY BASKETBALL- BACK ROW CL, to RJ Tom O'De11 Dave Warlick Gus Villapiano, Vic Martinez Birdie Siciliano, Huey Shields, Mr Kern Dave Ri1ey,Char1ie Stansbury, Ira Grodbery, Gary Smith, Dan Smithg BOTTOM ROW: Frank Vecchione Ed ' King, David Miller, Ed Harris. I9 w U 'J ' I sn '. , .L .ff I ,.-gh ,ay t , - x , . ' L " Xl 'Rr I -:g"..": l 1-it X , -A 1 A eg 'V Q17 . 2 1-I I' c I , , wx.-? 2 xi ' 9 P:5.' 'Y , Smith, good for another two BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Perth Amboy St. Rose Ewing Township Alumni Red Bank Dickinson Neptune Long Branch New Brunswick Lincoln Trenton Middletown Trenton New Brunswick St. Rose Hamilton Neptune Long Branch Emerson Atlantic City BACK ROW, L, to R.: Leon Sanders, Anthony Hartwell, Robert Catalano, Ronald Hayes, Desi Day, Thomas Smith, Mr. Higinbotham, Anthony Lauin, Hoel Green- span, Dennis Neville, Robert Ryder, Steven Hoffman, Steven Anton. FRONT ROW: Forrest Gillispie, Charles I A Y v E E Uliano. BACK Row, L, to R.:Wi11iamGroe1, William Puuen, F R E S H M A N Jeff Breen, Phil Villapiano, John Mackey, William Nonnenberg, Art Hoffman, A1 Weedon, Ted Rosen, Ben Dinkins, Conrad Greenhow, Coach Brosniak. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Harold Moses, Dean Peters, Manager, Bernard Butts. The 1963 Asbury Park baseball team start- ed out the season Winning their first six games. Their first defeat came at the hands of New Brunswick with a 6 to 2 loss in a double header. At the end of the season the team had a record of 8 wins and 8 losses. The Bishops were hampered by injuries to pitcher Mickey Abarbanel and Bob Adams. The team was led in batting by senior catcher Paul Chait, third-baseman N ubby Napolitano and senior first-baseman Jan Vandersloot. Also turning in a fine job were seniors Stan Hays and Denny Hartz. Next year should be a good year for the Bishops. The team loses only 9 seniors, six of them starters. The pitching staff should be strong with Al Norby and Bill Laboda. Three other starters will returng Ira Grodberg, shortstopg George Lippstone, second baseg and Mike Sylvester, outfield. IAYVEE J, V, BASEBALL: Back Row L, to R.: Albert Bush, manager, Fred Traverso, George Sofield, Dan Speck, Tad Kallini, Tony Matovsky, Jim Cerven, Coach Arents. NEXT ROW: Paul Rowett, Dan Smith, Ron Scavron, Barry Anton, PhilHannapo1e, Larry Mueller, FRONT ROW: Ed Polloway, Frank Vecchione, Gary Smith, Ed King. VARSITY VARSITY BASEBALL: BACK ROW L, to R. : Stu Wenger, Lenny Epstein, Richard Huss, Mark Forker, A1 Norby, Jan Vandersloot, Stan Hayes, GeorgeHoge- land, Joe Miller, Coach Kranick. NEXT ROW: Marty Adler, Dave Parker, Bob Adams, Nubby Napolitano, Paul Chaiet, Melvin Wilmore, Dave Fawcett. FRONT ROW: Mickey Abarbanel, Dennis Hartz, Stu Serine, Gary Puro, George Lipstone, Mike Sylvester, Ira Grodberg. BASEBALL FRESHMAN FRESHMAN BASEBALL: BACK ROW L. to R.: John Wright, manager, Mike Aummack, Chet Opdyke, Joel Greenspan, Bruce Main, Jeff Kay, Vern Henderson, Dirk Vandersloot, Dennis Neville, Coach Warner, NEXT ROW: Gil Gillespie, manager, John Lloyd, Ken Fromer, Bob Lipetz, Steve Anton, Steve Hoffman, Ed Finck, Norm Gapsill, Bob Catalano, Alex Gruber, manager. FRONT ROW: Jeff Michaels, Ronnie Mel- tzer, Kenny Charp, Tom Gerard. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: BACK ROW, L. to R, Coach Merli, Jim Busch, George Stetter, Lloyd Daley, Charles Stansbury, Herb Godwin, Coach Smith. FRONT ROWg Steve Grossman manager, Jeff Westerberg, Harold Robinson, Tom O'De11, Len Bacote, John Hayes. The 1963 Track Team had one of the most interesting schedules it has ever had. The Tracksters took part in such meets as the Bridgeton Relays, Penn Relays, State Con- ference Meet, Newark Board of Education Meet, Central Jersey Group 4 Conference Meet, and the State Meet. The team was led by Harold Robinson, a Junior, who was state champ in the pole vault at 12 feet 5 inchesg and Jim Busch in the broad jump. Other standout performers Were Charles Stansbury in the high jump and 440, Tom 0'Dell in the hurdles, Lloyd Daley in the sprints, and John McNamara in the Weight events. For the first time the team held a decath- olon. The ten event program lasted two days. Versatile George Stetter Won the event. Next year's team should be especially strong as most of the boys on the team were juniors. Much credit is deserved by coaches Mr. Merli and Mr. Smith. TENNIS The Asbury Park High School Tennis Team, under the coaching of Mr. Kern, com- piled a record of 10 wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie. The team placed fourth in the Central Jersey playoffs and participated in the State Championships held at Princeton University. The Bishops were led by juniors Alan Novogrod, Chip Van Middlesworth, and Art Brawer. Next year's prospects look good with the three top lettermen returning. TRACK K Our Future Frank Budds. TENNIS: L, to R.: Paul Teicher, Ronald Rosenstein, Ed Epstein, Charles Van Middlesworth, Alan Novo- grod, Arthur Brawer, Bob Smith, Ned Kaplan, Charles Shaw. KNEELING, Coach Kern, V -1 1 . 1 i f .kk ,m,-1 i-,,.gg . ivcfffff? T 1 1 . , ' j - - U, V H! ,jf 4 r .1 1 Wi my M e 07" ,' 1,319 4. U .V 1 lb' pg ..,. 5, 5 I i Qu? K is Q Igllfl 5 9 .ag , ,,, ' , j 5 , 3 H-V, W 1, . .iz , . r'itieg twat., , ' l x , I " . ..- I YE x .1 5 ,Ag 9 ' s ,V - p ' , YQ ' V A , e'T -Q if ,.'o. - . f x 4 Mx ,A A . grgfbf , " , . , j.'.. -q T I SWIMMING The 1964 Swimming team of Asbury Park High School opened up the season winning over Dickinson High School of Jersey City. The boys,however, were not as successful in later meets. This can be attributed to the fact that Asbury went against some of the most powerful teams in the state. Some of the outstanding swimmers on the team were: Jack Wright, freestyle and butterfly, captain Bill Moses, Barry An- ton, Bob Hirshfield, and Art Spangler, freestyle, Ed McGrath, backstrokeg Tom Buist and Conrad Blum, breastrokeg and Pete Gordon, diving. Coach Osgoodby deserves a lot of credit for developing some fine swimmers. With a nucleus of swimmers returning next year the team can look forward to a bright future. BOWLING The Asbury Park High School Bowling Team had a good season. Though the team was. not as strong as last year's team they were able to keep up a winning record. The boys partici- pated in ten meets. The Asbury "Keglers" were coached by Mr. Merli and practiced at Shore Lanes. Outstanding bowlers on the team were: Tim Johnson, Frank Daly, Bob Adams, Glen Garcia, Pete Hoglen, and Guy Vizian. WRESTLING The 1964 Wrestling Team had the strongest team in its three year history. The team didn't have any outstanding wrest- lers but it did have a number of well rounded wrestlers. This is the reason why the team had a successful season. Outstanding senior wrestlers were: Eddie Macksey, Bernie Milmoe, Frank Dunst, Dave Strano, and Roger Van Note. Next season should be a successful one because a number of under- classmen are returning. Among those returning are: Gary Fagans, Harry Skouras, Paul Sherman, and Ken Charp. Because wrestling is an individual sport in which everyone can participate regardless of their physical size, Coach Rey should be able to look forward to another good season. SWIMMING TEAM, BACK ROW, L, tc Coach Popler, Alex Gruber, Mike 1 rams, Steve Schuller, Chip Ewing, Buist, Conrad Blum, Jeff Weiss, M' Gilbert, Coach Osgoodby. NEXT R Jack Wright, Larry Lynch, Bob Sp Art Spangler, Bob Hirshfield, Barry S ton, Ed. McGrath, Ted Kallinl, Moses. BACK ROW L. to R.: Charles Pei Danny Speck, Guy Vizian, Edward baites. NEXT ROW: Bob Adams, Johnson, Frank Daly, Glen Garcia, Hoglen, WRESTLING TEAM, BACK ROW 4 to RJ: Gary Fagans, Robert Joni Bernie Milmoe, Roger Van Note, F ank Dunst, Ed. Macksey, David Strat Coach Rey, NEXT ROW: Harry Skor: William Strollo, Kenny Charp. FRON1 ROW: Charlie Young, Thomas Kelli , YJ fb XML? E 1 1 'W e K VARSITY GOLF TEAM: L. to R. Coach Egbert, Paul Farrell, Douglas Stark, Joseph Williams, William Cartwright,Pau1Siciliano, Terry Cuccurullo, Victor Gerard, VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY: BACK ROW L, to R.: Coach Smith, Tim Johnson, Herb Godwin, Uwe Scheel, Tom Clark, Ed Mc- Grath, Steve Grossman. FRONT ROW: Ed Robinson, Bob Epstein, Tom Hutchinson, Roger Van Note, Kavid Brown. INDOOR TRACK TEAM BACK ROW, left to right: Harold Suggs, Bill Meseve, Spencer Sangiorio, Alan Hughes, Richard Immel, Glenn Noland, Harold Robinson, Tim Johnson, Herb Godwin, Steve Grossman, Coach Merli. FRONT ROW, left to right: Rod McNish, Larry Dickson, Tom Heleotis, Bob Epstein, Bob Wilkins, Ray Mayerowitz, Foster Day, Lance Chandler, Claude Jones, Lou Purcello. GULF The 1963 Golf Team compiled a 14 win, 2 loss, and 1 tie record for the season. The team lost to State Champion Union and second place Neptune. The team, who were coached by Mr. Egbert, made a fine showing following last years State Champion team. The Bishops were led by Terry Cuccurullo who shot the low score of the season-78. Vic Gerard, Doug Stark, and Joe Williams also looked sharp. The prospects for next year look good if the boys develop. CRUSS COUNTRY This year Asbury Park had the strongest Cross Country team since the State Champion team of 1951. The Harriers had a record of 10 wins, and 1 defeat. Their only loss came at the hands of St. Rose whom they subsequently defeated in two big meets. The team was led by seniors Herb Godwin, Tim Johnson, Tom Clark and Bob Epstein. Juniors Tom Hutchinson and Uwe Scheel were also leading runners. Coach Smith deserves much credit for developing such a fine team. INDUUR TRACK The 1964 Indoor Track Team under the coaching of Mr. Merlia and Mr. Smith had a good season. The boys participated in four dual meets and such big meets as the State Meet in Jersey City, Development Meets in Trenton and Jersey City, and the Spiked Shoe Meet in Philadelphia. Outstanding runners for the team were: Hal Robin- son, hurdlesg Bob Wilkins, sprintsg Len Bacote, 4403 Bob Epstein, 8803 Tim Johnson and Herb Godwin, mile. Themain purpose of Indoor Track is to get the boys in shape for Outdoor Track. The team practiced at Con- vention Hall and on the boardwalk. , A 5' SENIOR BLUE A's: BACK ROW L, to R, :Joyce Friedman, Carol Ann Miller, Penni Rushton, Gail Green, Irene Philip, Pat Greenleaf, Alice Kaufman, Joanne Duffy, Sue Schneider, Judy Breen, Pat Greenhow, Carolyn Bonney, Peggy Ross, Ruth Nonnenberg, Nancy Garrity, Sally Hutzly, Nancy Northridge, Renne Schwartz, Lucille Kermarki, Karen Klang, Lynn Campbell, Karen Addeo. NEXT ROW: L, to R.: Nancy Garber, Judy Duval, Christine Dunlop, Molly Byock, Anita Garrity, Cheryl Ebie, Janice Willett, Carol Levers, Lissa Brown, Wendy Brown, Barbara Sotnick, PatJoste, Bonnie Werger, Valerie Gadsden, Eileen Sebestyen, Bernice Hogenbirk, Sophie Siwakowski, Karen Clausen, Carol Wade. FRONT ROW: L, to R, : Bonnie Carmichael, Joan Levy, Cheryl Farrell, Pat Fowler, Kathy Thompson, Jeannie Perrella., Edith Casey, Lynn Pollak, Joan Weiner, Sue Edelson, Barbara Mezey, Margaret Tinsley, Eileen Cornell, Jean Cross, Barbara Taylor, Cheryl Herbert. Simon says, "Do this!" TENNIS: BACK ROW, L, to R, : Jane Berman, Chris Wauters, Karen Moore, Barbara Wanner, KarenClau- sen, Pat Greenleaf, Joanne Duffy, Sandy Fischbach, Connie Stine, Jane Goddard, Barbara Arnold, Tanya Terry. FRONT ROW, L, to R, : Judy Breen, Joan Levy, Alice Kaufman, Sue Schneider, Cheryl Farrell, Serena Perlman, Marcia Rosenthal, Jane Civins, Linda Harsin, Phyllis Tralka. BLUE A OFFICERS: L, to R,g Penni Rushton, Vice - President and Secretary, Carol Ann Miller, Presi- dent, Judy Breen, Treasurer. N. ' . ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,, .. ' B55 TQ ' 1'pilg' ' ......-p gym, lr 2 in P Q 4 3 I 8 GYMLEADERS: BACK ROW, L, to R, Janice Willett, Cheryl Farrell, Alice Kaufman, Joanne Duffy, Sue Schneider, Judy Breen, Patricia Greenhow, Bonnie Werger, Barbara Sotnick, Nancy Garrity, Nancy Hoffmeir, Barbara Wanner, Peggy Ross, Deloros Nunn, Ann Neville, Sue Hicks, Susan Lillo. FRONT ROW, Barbara Flood, Penni Rushton, Carol Ann Miller, Gail Green, Joan Levy, Phyllis Shwisberg, Anita Garrity, Judy Gutteridge, Kelly Coutros Karen Clausen, Celia Van Lummel. BLUE A'S: The Blue A's, the girl's athletic organization, is a Very active and enthusiastic group, The varied program of intramural sports, including field hockey, basketball, swimming, volleyball, tennis and softball, accounts for the enthusiasm and active participation of the girls. It is said the Blue A's provide, "A sport for every girl, a girl for every sport." This year's oflicers are: Carol Ann Miller, Presidentg Penni Rushton, Vice President-Secre- taryg and Judy Breen, Treasurer. In addition to the intramural program at A. P. H. S., girls compete interscholastically in hockey, basketball and swimming. Asbury meets teams from Rumson, Neptune, Middletown and Wall Township. Along with the valuable skills which the girls are taught, they also learn body co-ordination, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Mrs. Helen Shaw coaches the Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors, and Mrs. Donna Rennewanz supervises the Freshmen and Eighth Graders. The highlights of each year include the tradi- tional Junior-Senior Trophy Basketball Game, the Foul Shooting Contest, and the awards presented at the end of the year. Several of these awards are given on a point system basis. Outstanding girls are recognized with special awards for sportsmanship, participation and ability. Another way in which an outstanding girl may be recognized, is as a gymleader. In order to be con- sidered as a gymleader, a girl must meet the follow- ing criteria: good health, interest in sports, scholar- ship, leadership qualities, sportsmanship, coopera- tion, and a pleasing personality. These girls have- definite functions during gym classes, such as check- ing attendance, taking care of equipment, officiating all sports, and assisting the gym teachers in every way possible. BLUE A's F' T7 77' ' 'W 'T GIRLS SPURTS To many girls at A.P.H.S., the nippy days of October and November meant hockey practice. The cold weather and bruises did not discourage the girls from coming out regularly each week. Hockey develops body coordination, quick thinking, teamwork and sportsmanship. This year the teams ,competed against teams from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional and a group of Rumson Women. Win, lose or tie, the girls always played a fine game. For the first time, swimming was offered to the girls at A.P.H.S. this year. The team swam against several other schools. In the words of the team's coach, Miss Barbara Mazza, "The team was a very promising one, and should develop rapidly in the future." Basketball was played at both the intramural and intermural levels. Girls came out regularly for practice, and then teams were chosen on the basis of the girls' attendance at practices and their skill. The teams, coached by Mrs. Helen Shaw and Mrs. Donna Rennewanz, met teams from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional, Middletown, and Wall Township. I'll share it with you? Where's the ball! BACK ROW, L, to R.: Mary Trusheim, Joan Levy, Penni Rush- ton, Celia Van Lummel, SueSchnei- der, Judy Breen, Cheryl Farrell, Pat Greenleaf, Joanne Duffy, Ann Lynch, Sue Llllo, Pat Greenhow, Marcia Peek, Carol Miller, Alice Kaufman, Eileen Cornell, Bonnie Carmichael, Carol Ann Miller. FRONT ROW: Elaine Grove, Sharon Kozubovich, Janice Pitcher, Jane Thomas, Jane Van Atta, Ginette Herz, Eve McGuinness, Roberta Berlin, Susan Bllyou, Robbie Mac- Kee, Gail Green, Joanne Pyott, Ser- ena Perlman. SWIMMING TEAM, BACK ROW, L. to R, Patty Bruno, Barbara Arnold, Jane Brown, Cathy Corwin, Dianne Kellers, Shirley Haight, Eileen Cornell, Cindy Roberts. NEXT ROW, Miss Barbara Mazza, Ellen Hess, Jamie Grayson, Deb- bie Smith, Carolyn Scott, Sue Hicks, Joanne Chernet, Joan Fabrlci, Nancy Weiser Cmanagerj. FRONT ROW, Irene Ajello, Diane Keegan, Sue Sc- hur, Ellen Bernstein, Liz Grayson, Michelle Spechler, Marley Kaplan, Susan Steadman. SENIOR BASKETBALL GROUP, BACK ROW, L, to R3 Joanne Daves, Heddi Petrusky, Patti Greenleaf, Joanne Duffy, Sue Schneider, Bon- nie Werger, Ruth Nonnenberg, Peg-' gy Ross, Nancy Northridge, Ann Lynch, Valerie Gadsden. FRONT ROW, Martha Anckorstrom-Bohm, Joan Levy, Carol A, Miller, Shirley Scalzl, Barbara Brembos, Jean Cr- oss, Barbara Taylor, Cheryl Ebie, Gail Green, Evelyn McGulnnes, Di- anne Segall, Drive it Bonnie! Wi. ,,, Bw -,aw g ab- i , .A-Wy., i, fry ' Rf. f .1 . In wk K ' gg,-wi J the angle of incidents equals e angle of reflection. . . Let's see a teaspoon I3-W7 l si? nw-'I' - - 2 cups of crushed feet 114 of day-old dishwater, and a pinch of Smile You're on . V . - N V 31.58 Q P A s: D S to K v . N 1 -zo ,As .xzya s . 'sk is . ,V .W . 0 uv Q . 9 poster contest f ll! 1, 2, 3 and kick, --,q,S,, Only 2 1X2 hours t11 O U,. n, nhl. -5 .Z - . 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