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School life in East Meadow High School
encompasses many things. It is, first of all,
a life of scholastic achievement. This we
signify by a key—a key which opens our
lockers, and thus opens our minds.
Our educators agree that all education
cannot be found between the covers of a
book. Thus our curricular programs are
complemented by, and aided by, a full
and varied extracurricular program. This
program extends from weekly activities to
such special events as proms and dances.
We signify this by a senior ring—a ring
which we. wear proudly for many years to
Another vital organ in the system of
school life is the athletic program, which
we symbolize by a football. This program
incorporates both interschool and intra-
mural competitions, in many sports, for
boys and girls alike.
The following pages are a resume of
all those happenings which make school
life so beneficial, and have made the last
four years so memorable for the class of '61.k- +
A dedication is a thank you
and it is in this spirit that we
the class of '61
dedicate resume to you,
Your fine leadership of our athletic teams
is reason enough for this tribute
and your understanding nature as an assistant principal
makes it even more fitting.
When we've needed guidance
you've been a source of guidance;
When we've needed inspiration
you've been a source of inspiration;
And when we've needed a friend
you've been that friend.
In recognition of your efforts in our behalf
we dedicate resume.
5BOARD OF EDUCATION
Organizing our curriculum to provide the
most advantageous education.
Left to right: Frederick C. Carver, Pres., Max Margules, Herbert Auerbach, Mrs. Charles Ford,
Charles Esposito. Absent: Mrs. Louis Reder, Dr. Anthony Barbaccia.Out of the complexity of school life
the light of leadership.
Dr. Edward J. McCleary
Superintendent of Schools
Ass't Superintendent of Schools
Samuel A. Manarel
Ass't Superintendent of Schools
7Mr. Mortimer Pearlstone
Supervision of maintenance, transportation,
and business for the smooth functioning of
Mr. George W. Baird
Mr. Frederick ShoreEager to stimulate enthusiasm and achieve-
ment, they extend friendship and encourage-
ment to all, earning admiration and respect
Dr. Alfred J. Sellers
Principal of East Meadow High School
Mr. John Barbour, Assistant Principal
- Ass’t Princij.3:
Miss Laura Polla Mr. Joseph Rossi Mr. Joseph Crucilla
Mr. John Scanlon
Expression and comprehension
—a basis for all learning
Mr. Morio Marrone,
Miss Mary Cahill
Mrs. Thelma Rubenstein
Mr. Frederick SiegerMr. Robert Simonds,
Miss Morgoret Frieling
Miss Theresa Pelletier
Through languages comes understanding;
on understanding rests the future of the
Mrs. Edith Kuttner Mr. Joy Tumarkin Mrs. Jo Anne Suarez
Mr. Edward Taussig Mrs. Jane CatronART
By opening our eyes to the beauty around
us, they teach us to create, and to appre-
ciate the creation of others.
Mrs. Phyllis Nelson, Mr. John Tonjes,
Mrs. Mary Jo Riesberg
Miss Helene Marcus
Mr. Bernard Allen Mr. John O'Neil
Mr. John Pangburn
Mr. Paul Levato,
Mr. John Murray Miss Margaret Crowley
Teaching the skills necessary for entrance
into, and success in the business world
Mrs. Alice Currie
Mr. WiHiam Strasser Mrs. Lela Grey Mr. Ira LevyMr. Frederick Coulter
Mr. George Gru
Dr. John Hendricks
A record of events leading to the present
Mrs. Angela Fox
Mr. Brian Eastman
You're going to learn how to write essays!
Mr. Benjamin Orr Mr. Dominic Anile Mr. Donald Daly
Mrs. Geraldine Decker
Mr. Sanford Brodsky
Mr. Gene Rogers
Mr. Robert Barrett
Mr. Ralph HendersonMr. Matthew Graham,
Mr. Robert McClelland
Mr. Louis Adler
Mr. Gideon Zuta
Mrs. Ellen Goldstein
Training to strengthen the backbone of the
Just as the mind must be fit, so must the
Mr. Gerard Johnson,
Mr. Michael Kostynick,
Mr. Louis De Filippo
Mr. Obed Day
Mr. William Katz,
Mr. William Hoffman
Mrs. Helen Kobza
17Miss Joan Earl
Mr. Morton Strassberg
Mr. Martin Seifer
Mr. Martin Gelobter
Mr. Ernest Heyden
Mr. Edward Gerordi Miss Lenore Palefski Mr. George Kaye
Mr. Andrew Strombelline
Mr. Anthony KrirvichMr. W. Okun Mr. L. Siegel Miss L Harder
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Mrs. V. Lawson
Mr. B. Sweeney Miss C. Lynott Mr. B. Yokel
Mr. I. Metviner Mrs. D. Vale
They extend and enrich the span of our
Mr. E. Reinert Mr. M. Raphael Mr. J. McCagg Mrs. S. WeberSeated. Miss A Rizzordi, Mr. N. Pollens, Mrs. J. Heoly, Miss M.
Sylvester. Standing: Mr. P. Kroiss, Mr. W. Greenberg, Mr. G.
Cheerful and efficient performance
of various essential duties.
B. Carroll, D. Domato, M. Martini, N. Drew, B. Hills, M. LoefRer.
Seated: Mrs. Oldendorp. Standing: A. Edgar, H. Gousseff, S. Caiati, M. McKenna, H. Ostrov, E.
Kozmo, G. D'Amato, H. Harmer, R. Grimmer, M. Signorelli, E. Schmidt.CAFETERIA STAFF
Front: F. Stehr, I. Mannino, D. Marshall, E. Roberts, M. Von Hassel, K. Von Eitzen, D. Grabowsk.
Standing: F. Gargano, J. Arcuri, A. Morgan, D. Moncision, M. Scala. A. Jacobio, K. McEllhinney,
C. Grammarossa, M. Schiavone, V. Matuza, R. Walsh, I. Culmone.
Skillful preparation of nutritious meals
Service with efficiency, meeting our daily needs
Seated: R. Nuzzo, L. Kerrigan, L. DeGraff, W. Gerula, A. Schlatter. First Row: F. Huelsen, G.
Miranda, A. Roy, H. Simaska, M. Brown, R. Chicco, M. Cartabuke. Second Row: W. Zacharia, C.
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PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND TESTS
Immuniiottoni Dote Immunizations Tosts
William Bantz, Bill
T. ALLEGRA, Varsity Football, Drama Club,
National Thespian Society, Hall Patrol.
K. ANASTASI, Chorus, Junior Prom Committee,
R BALBO, Senior Class Vice President, Varsity
Football, Varsity Lacrosse.
C. BALDWIN, Resume Art Staff.
W. BALESTRINE, Transfer Student.
W. BANTZ, Lab Assistant, Audio Visual Squad,
Resume Business Staff, Library Assistant.
L. BAUM, Girls' Intramurals, Heraea.
W. BECKER, Varsity Rifle Team, Photo Club,
Audio Visual Squad.
Wayne BeckerCarolyn Bedell
Kathleen Bentivegna, Kathy
C. BEDELL, Majorette, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals.
T. BEDFORD, Junior Engineers Technical Society,
Ozalid Squad, Mall Patrol.
R. BENNETT, Hall Patrol.
K. BENTIVEGNA, Leaders Club, Chorus, Girls'
C. BEROZA, Hall Patrol.
A. BLASI, Newman Club, Chorus, Girls' Intra-
murals, Jet Gazette Circulation Staff.
A. BLESSING, Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling,
P. BLOCK, Girls' Intramurols, Business Club,
Albert Blessing, Al
25Judith Boalick, Judy
Robert Bodnar, Bob
J. BOALICK, Cheerleader, Chorus, Resume Sports C. BOLLHOFER, Leaders Club, Nurse's Assistant,
Staff. Girls' Intramurals.
R. BODNAR, Key Club Vice President, Library H. BONCZEK, Typist, Resume Senior Staff, Nurse's Gloria Boken
Assistant, Varsity Tennis. Assistant, Newman Club.
G. BOKEN, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals, Hall Patrol. P. BOLL, J.V. Football, J.V. Wrestling, J.V. Base- S. BONET, Typist, Girls' Intramurals, Business Office Assistant.
ball. E. BONTEMPI, Leaders Club, Nurse's Assistant, Girls' Intramurals.
Sandra Bonet, SandyVictoria Brand, Vicki
Margaret Bottone, Marge
M. BOTTONE, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals.
V. BRAND, Art Service Club, Girls' Intramurals,
F. H. A.
N. BRAVERMAN, Rockettes, Art Service Club,
D. BRIEL, Varsity Basketball, Hall Patrol.
R. BUCKLEY, Radio and Electronics, Audio Visual
Squad, Photo Club, Hall Patrol.
D. BULLMAN, Symphonic Bond, Orchestra, Tennis
L. CAPECE, Audio Visual Squad, Chorus, Hall
D. CAPOBIANCO, Hall Patrol.
Daniel Capobianco, DannyEdward Capriotti, Ed
Donald Casillo, Donny
J. CAPUTO, Booster Club, Hall Patrol.
D. CARUCCI, Newman Club, Business Law Club,
Spanish Club, Office Assistant.
D. CASILLO, Teen-Auto Shop, Machine Shop.
P. CHRYSCINE, Radio and Electronics.
L. COLLINS, Newman Club President, Rockettes,
Senior Class Play, Jet Gazette Circulating Man-
T. COLLINS, Chess Club, Hall Patrol.
M. CONNOLLY, Girls' Intramurals, Booster Club,
Thomas Collins, Tom
Mary ConnollyJames Cooke, Jimmy
William Coughlin, Bill
J. COOKE, Hall Patrol, Audio Visual Squad.
C. COOPER, Rockettes, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals,
Resume Club Staff.
W. COUGHLIN, Soccer Squad, Photo Club, Rifle
Club, Newman Club.
C. CSOMBOK, Booster Club, Girls' Intramurals.
J. CUTTONE, AFS Exchange Student to Switzer-
land, Student Council, National Thespian Society
Secretary, South Pacific.
M. DANIELLO, Varsity Track, Soccer Squad,
junior Engineers Technical Society, Hall Patrol.
D. DaSILVA, Cheerleader Captain, G.O. Secre-
tary, Heraea Captoin, Resume Sports Staff.
P. DASKAUSKAS, Girls' Intramurals, Newman
Club, Nurse's Assistant, Hall Patrol.
Patricia Daskauskas, PatSENIOR
« ■ Chris Fazio
Millie TacconelliCLASS JOKER
32BOUND FOR SUCCESS
Dave BullmanPatrick DiPierri, Pat
W. DAVID, Varsity Football, Junior Class Treas-
urer, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball.
R. DEGREE, Varsity Rifle Team.
M. DeMICCO, Hall Patrol, Varsity Football.
D. DiBENEDETTO, Varsity Shot-put and Discus,
Hall Patrol, Traffic Patrol.
D. DOBRINSKY, Leaders Club, Heraea, Girls'
A. DONATO, Hall Patrol, Frosh Football.
Albert Donato, AlStephen EfFron, Steve
Lee Roy Einzig
R. EICHINGER, Junior Engineers Technical So-
ciety, Varsity Bowling.
L. EINZIG, Varsity Lacrosse, Rifle Team, Science
F. ESMONDE, Library Assistant, Jet Gazette Fea-
T. DONNELLY, Traffic Patrol, Teen-Auto Shop,
A. DOYLE, Lab’ Assistant, Junior Engineers Tech-
nical Society Secretary, Science Club, Hall Patrol.
R. DROGOWITZ, Leaders Club, Lab Assistant,
Library Assistant, Girls' Intramurals.
S. EFFRON, Varsity Bowling, Hall Patrol, Frosh
Football, Lab Assistant.
Daniel Fano, Danny
Thomas Donnelly, Tom
Rochelle Drogowitz, Shelly
Christina Fazio, Chris
M. FARRELL, Newman Club, Heroeo.
C. FAZIO, National Thespian Society President,
Rockettes, Chorus, Senior Class Play.
B FERRY, F.H.A., President, Girls' Intramurals,
R. FESSLER, Varsity Track, Hall Patrol.
L. FORD, Resume Editor-in-Chief, G.A.A. Presi-
dent, Art Service Club.
H. FORDE, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, J.V.
H. GARVEY, Hall Patrol, Orchestra, Chorus, Girls'
P. GEISS, Varsity Track, Lob Assistant, German
Club, Hall Patrol.
Joseph Giglio, Joe
Bernard Gilmartin, Rookie
M. GEOGHEGAN, Girls' Intramurals, Newman
J. GIGLIO, Varsity Track, Frosh Baseball, Frosh
Basketball, Hall Patrol.
B. GILMARTIN, Frosh Football, Frosh Wrestling,
N. GIROFFI, Art Service Club President, J.V. Foot-
ball, J.V. Baseball.
L. GLICKER, Resume Art Staff, Hall Patrol
A. GRAMAROSSA, Frosh Football, Varsity Foot-
ball, J.V. Baseball.
L. GRANT, Chorus, Girls' Intromurols, Teacher's
S. GRODZINSKY, National Honor Society Presi-
dent, Key Club President, Resume Business Staff,
Stephen Grodzinsky, SteveRonald Gross, Ronnie
R. GROSS, Junior Engineers Technical Society,
E. GROSSGUTH, Office Assistant, Hall Patrol,
B. GUARELLA, Transfer Student.
S. GUTERMAN, Junior Class Secretary, Student
Council, Resume Club Staff, Girls' Intramurals.
J. HAINES, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football.
T. HEAP, Varsity Rifle, Hall Patrol.
N. HENRY, Girls' Intramurals.
Margaret Hildum, PeggyWilliam Hippner, Bill
W. HIPPNER, Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling,
Varsity Lacrosse, Junior Class Vice President.
L. HOEFFNER, Majorette, Hall Potrol, Chorus,
C. HOLMES, Girls' Intramurals.
P. HOLMES, Captain of Hall Patrol, Jet Gazette.
M. HOLZAPFEL, J.V. Baseball, Frosh Basketball,
R. HOOD, J.V. Soccer, Science Club, Junior Engi-
neers Technical Society, Ozalid Squad.
S. HORT, Leaders Club, G.A.A. Business Law
E. INCH, Senior Class Treasurer, Varsity Wres-
tling, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse.
Eugene Inch, Gene
Stuart Itzkowitz, Stu
Patricia Jaekel, Pat
Frances Kircher, Fran
Martha Kolodkin, Marty
Jean Krai, Jeanne
S. ITZKOWITZ, Varsity Tennis, Lab Assistant, Hall
J. JAEGER, Library Assistant, Girls' Intramurals,
P. JAEKEL, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals.
F. KIRCHER, Cheerleader, Jet Gazette Business
R. KIX, Hall Patrol.
M. KOLODKIN, Resume Senior Staff, Assistant
Principal's Squad, Library Assistant, Girls' Intfa-
J. KRAL, Hall Patrol, Girls' Intramurals, Student
Stewart Ladd, Stew
Antoinette LaBarbera, Ann
Andrew Lebkuecher, Andy
P. KULASKI, Booster Club.
C. KULBABA, Student Council President; Junior
Class Heraea Captain, Cheerleader, Leaders
A. LaBARBERA, Girls' Intramural .
P. LAMBERG, Treasurer of F.T.A., Student Council,
Office Assistant, Principal's Squad President.
A. LANGELLA, Cheerleader, Office Assistant,
Resume Sports Staff, Girls' Intramurals.
A. LEBKUECHER, Audio Visual Squad, Hall Patrol,
S. LADD, Radio Shop.
G. LENNON, Hall Patrol, Varsity Lacrosse, Radio
43Robert Leonard, Bob
Leandra Lewis, Lee
R. LEONARD, Hall Patrol.
L. LEWIS, Girls' Intramurals, Newman Club,
Guidance Office Assistant.
J. LHUILLIER, Resume Senior Editor, Library As-
sistant, Girls' Intramurals, Senior Class Play.
S. LICATA, Frosh Football, Frosh Baseball.
L. LICHTMAN, Jet Gazette, F.T.A., Assistant Prin-
cipal's Squad, Girls' Intramurals.
R. LITZ, J.V. Soccer, Hall Patrol.
L. LOVITCH, National Honor Society Treasurer,
Band President, Jet Stream Column, R6surn6 Busi-
M. MANKE, Leaders Club, F.N.A., Girls' Intra-
Joan Lhuillier, Joanie
Leonard Lovitch, Lenny
Mary Ann MankeMarie Mannino
Kathleen Martin, Kathy
Robert Martin, Bob
M. MANNINO, Leaders Club, Girls' Intramurals,
Chorus, Hall Patrol.
K. MARTIN, Chorus, F.H.A.
R. MARTIN, School Store, Moth Tutor, Hall Patrol,
L. MARTINSON, F.H.A., Booster Club, Hall
C. MATHEWSON, Photo Club, Band, National
Thespian Society, Newman Club.
P. McCORMACK, Booster Club, Heraea.
V. McCULLAM, Rockettes, Resume Feature Staff,
Art Service Club, Library Assistant.
B. McKINNON, Key Club, Lab Assistant, J.V.
Soccer, Frosh Baseball.
Bruce McKinnonJanina Michalska, Jane
Barbara Moore, Bobbi
B. McLEAN, Leaders Club, Girls' Intramurals,
Student Council, Heraea.
J. MICHALSKA, Newman Club, Heraea.
B. MOORE, Transfer Student.
P. MORRIS, Cheerleader, National Thespian So-
ciety, F.N.A., Girls' Intramurals.
W. MULLER, Audio Visual Squad, Art Service
Club, Hall Patrol.
D. MULLIN, Vice President of Art Service Club,
Chorus, Girls' Intramurals, Resume Art Staff.
J. MULVIHILL, Varsity Football Co-Captain, Var-
sity Wrestling, Varsity Lacrosse.
P. MYERS, Transfer Student.
Patricia Myers, PatMichael Natale, Mike
M. NATALE, Varsity Football Co-Captain, Varsity
Lacrosse, Varsity Basketball, Key Club.
E. NEFF, Chorus.
G. NEVILLE, Lab Assistant, Hall Patrol Lieutenant.
B. NEWMAN, Hall Patrol, Girls' Intramurals.
Gerald Neville, Jerry
B. C. NEWMAN, Nurse's Assistant, Office Assist-
ant, Hall Patrol Captain, Chorus.
R. NEWMAN, Hall Patrol, South Pacific, Audio
Visual Squad, Library Assistant.
P. NIEDZIELSKI, Newman Club, Business Club,
Guidance Office Assistant, Heraea.
P. NIELSON, Foreign Exchange Student, Jet
Gazette News Staff, Varsity Soccer, Key Club.
Patricia Niedzielski, Pat
47Gregory Olynyk, Greg Frances Orrio, Frani
D. NOLAN, School Store, Literary Magazine Typ-
ist, Office Assistant.
R. NOTHDURFT, Varsity Soccer, J.V. Baseball,
S. NOVAK, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals.
T. O'DONNELL, Newman Club, School Store, Jet
B. O'LEARY, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball,
G. OLYNYK, J.V. Football, Hall Patrol.
F. ORRIO, Junior and Senior Class Secretary, Jet
Gazette Chief Typist, Secretary of G.A.A., Busi-
ness Club President.
G. PALOPOLI, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals, Business
Grace PalopoliA. PANZICA, Heraea, Assistant Student Council.
R. PAPA, National Honor Society Secretary,
Leaders Club, G.A.A.
R. PASCA, Early Admissions Student, Varsity
J. PASTOLOVE, Audio Visual Squad Captain, J.V.
Baseball, Pops Concert, Chorus.
B. PEPPER, Student Council, Resume Club Staff,
Library Assistant, Girls' Intramurals.
T. PETTERS, Frosh Football.
P. PHELPS, Girls' Intramurals, Office Assistant,
J. PINSKY, Parking Patrol, Track Team.
Robert Pasca, Bob
Patricia Phelps, Pat
Jeffrey Pastolove, Jeff
Theodore Petters, Ted
Joel Pinsky, JoeV
Sandra Portnoy, Sandy
S. PORTNOY, Teacher's Assistant, Hall Patrol.
D. PRIMAVERA, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse.
D. PUGLIESE, Hall Patrol.
T. QUINN, South Pacific, Hall Potrol.
Thomas Quinn, Tom
Leonard Rif kin, Lenny
Donald Primavera, Don
G. REEVS, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Hall
L. RIFKIN, Lab Assistant, Varsity Track, J.V. Foot-
ball, Photo Club President.
A. RINALDINI, Junior Engineers Technical So-
ciety, Hall Patrol.
Laurence Rech, Larry
Douglas Pugliese, Doug
George Reevs, Buddy
Albert Rinaldini, AlJudith Roberson, Judy
Judith Rink, Judy
J. RINK, Leaders Club President, Heraea Captain,
J. ROBERSON, Transfer Student.
E. ROGERS, Nurse's Assistant, Chorus, Hall
R. ROMANO, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Wrestling,
Varsity Lacrosse, National Thespian Society.
J. ROSE, R6sum6 Publicity Manager, Principal's
Squad, Student Council, F. T. A.
L. ROSSI, Hall Patrol, Parking Patrol.
A. RUBINSTEIN, National Thespian Society, Var-
sity Bowling Team Captain, Varsity Tennis Team
Captain, Resume Literary and Business Staffs.
Arthur Rubinstein, ArtieGerald Sadauskas, Jerry
G. SADAUSKAS, Varsity Track, Varsity Cross R. SCHLESINGER, Varsity Football, Varsity Base-
Country. ball, Frosh Basketball.
Lester Sanchez, Les
F. SALADINO, Photo Club President, Audio Visual
A. SANCHEZ, Varsity Football, Varsity Basket-
ball, Junior and Senior Class President, Junior
L. SANCHEZ, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball,
A. SCLAFANI, Wood Shop.
N. SELLGREN, F. H. A., Leaders Club, Girls' Intra-
C. SEMMELMANN, Student Council, Junior Prom
Gueen, Hall Patrol, Girls' Intramurals.
Constance Semmelmann, Connie
52Benedict Serzo, Ben
Pamela Seymour, Pam
William Simon, Bill
B. SERZO, Transfer Student.
P. SEYMOUR, Girls' Intramurals, School Store,
W. SIMON, Varsity Basketball, Soccer.
B. SINGER, Business Club, Girls' Intramurals,
W. SKOBLICKI, Chorus.
E. SMITH, Girls' Intramurals, Office Assistant, Jet
J. SMITH, Resume Literary Editor, Math Tutor,
Library Assistant, Girls' Intramurals.
Janet SmithRichard Smith, Richie
Chester Stevens, Chet
R. SMITH, Varsity Track, Varsity Cross-Country,
Junior Engineers Technical Society.
R. SMOUNSKY, F. T. A., Jet Gazette Feature
Staff, Drama Club, Girls' Intramurals.
R. SOLOMON, Frosh Baseball, Lab Assistant, Hall
J. STEELE, Audio Visuol Squad, Hall Patrol, Frosh
Soccer, Rifle Club.
C. STEVENS, J.V. Football, Hall Patrol.
M. TACCONELLI, Office Assistant, Girls' Intro-
murals, Heraea, Junior Prom Committee.
Mildred Tacconelli, Millie
Mary Lou Taylor
Louis Urban, Lou
M. TAYLOR, Hall Patrol.
V. TREACY, Varsity Track, Hall Patrol, Junior
Engineers Technical Society.
D. TRINKAUS, Chorus, Hall Patrol, Heraea, Girls'
P. TROTTA, Varsity Rifle Team Captain, Photo
Club, Science Club.
Vincent Treacy, Vinnie
Dorothy Trinkaus, Dotty
L. URBAN, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Hall
J. VICTORY, Guidance Office Assistant, Chorus,
Girls' Intramurals, Heraea.
R. VIVES, Resume Associate Editor, Orchestra,
Leaders Club, Lab Assistant.
J. VIZZA, Hall Patrol.
Joseph Vizza, Joe
Joan Victory, Joni
G. WALKER, Key Club, Varsity Basketball.
S. WATERS, Heraea, Junior Prom Committee.
M. WEHMANN, Leaders Club, Hall Patrol Cap-
tain, Audio Visual Squad, Girls' Intramurals.
H. WEISS, National Honor Society Vice-President,
Cheerleader, Girls Intramurals, Newman Club.
L. WEISS, Resume Business Staff, Receptionist,
Nurses Assistant, Girls' Intramurals.
R. WEISS, Parking Patrol.
N. WERTZ, Chorus, Girls' Intramurals.
W. WHYNE, J.V. Football, J.V. Baseball, Hall
Walter WhynePamela Wilkens, Pam
Patricia Yanatos, Pat
P. WILKENS, Leaders Club, Girls' Intramurals,
B. WITTENBERG, Resume Club Staff, President of
Library Club, Nurse's Assistant.
P. YANTAOS, Girls' Intramurals, Heraea, Chorus.
Hold For You?
EXiring this annual time of festivity everyone seems to become capture
by the joyous spirit of the holidays. New Years, however, usually evoke;
a double reaction from most people at first, one of happy anticipati»
for that "night of nights", and then one of thoughtful contemplation
Have 1 accomplished anything worthwhile during the past year? What
1 accomplish during this new year?
What do you WANT to accomplish during the year of 1961? Is it to
good marks on your report card, finally receive permission te wear eyi
shadow, get that long-awaited senior lieense -- all these and many more
But since we're analyzing our past accomplishments, let's also analyzi
what we hope will be our future accomplishments.
The results may be quite startling, for we can see that many of
are mainly concerned with achieving physical satisfaction and nothin}
more. Even the good marks which we hope to attain are appreciated
for the social status and rewards they reap and not the knowledge
which they represent.
What is happening to not only the teenagers, but all of modem society'
Today people seem to be concerned with two things: having a good ilr»
and doing things in a bigger and better way. In doing this they com
pletely forget about the superior intellect which man has been gif tec
with and only concentrate on satisfying themselves physically. No
h to make
but let's make
h takes place
when it is
try to go to a
source of bod
• »y cnjoylnj
Land and appre-
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Ye views of the
jam a unenci
On Saturday. January 28,
Prom in the school gymnasiu
Bids will go on sale shortly
will be $5.00 per couple.
Mr. Rogers, the Junior Cl
advisor, estimates that appro:
mately 200 couples will attei
The theme of f.e prom is "Win!
Rhapsody". Committees have
ready been organized and cha
publicity; Susan Rowe,‘ decorati
Rosalyn Pincus, entertain me
JoAnn Nezer, refreshment;
Beverly Crebler, in charge
tickets. Members of all these co
minee.s will lend a helping hand
decorating the gym. The curlLATE-SUP
American Field Service
Chooses EM Finalist:
Of the 19 BMHS Juniors who ]
-.plied to die American Field Se
vice to participate to tbe Amo
leans Abroad Program. Six gtr
have been chosen as finalists
They are: Beverly Grebler, J
Many Quartln, Bnanlr A]
gar. Ellen Levendial and Barba:
All Interested juniors who
the basic requirements
ing academic record, excelle
health, sixteen years of age by n
June, and at least two years
study In a foreign language—au
milted a preliminary applicati
interviewed by a local comm
to determine how they would r
act to their placeman in
environment. At this
' 'jb were selecte
9r is Assist
t treasurer of t
. If chosen. Be
to go to Japa
and an edlic
the JET GA
he science ma
math tutor li
0 send her. •
the Art Edl
that the rev
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that tbe si
1 can be foi
-As the junior magazine drive came to an end, a total of $9400 was
Ellen LeventhaU Chief Copy
it or of the JET GAZETTE,
also President of the Future Ti
chers of America, a language
assistant and a writer far INTE
of the Spi
13 Grade last attended-
1 ipnrrcs. tt c fngh
Id a total of $1039.79. All the students in this homeroom who reached
e quota of $20 will enjoy a pizza party.
Twenty-two people raised enough money for school rings, for selling
5 worth of magazines. Forty-five people were able to sell the $45
cessary to earn a school key and forty-one juniors will receive a
arbook for selling $35 worth of magazines. One hundred and forty-
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Left to Right: Joan Fuller— Treas., Doug Christie—Pres., Neil
Petogno—V. Pres., Irene Bloeser—Sec.
Great promise exemplifies this year's Junior Class.
. . . They began their organized activities with a
very successful magazine drive. Salesmen were
rewarded with numerous prizes, including school
rings, keys, and yearbooks.
. . . Socially, the class of '62 planned a spectacular
prom. January 28 was the date of their Winter
. . . Last spring, as sophomores, they were victorious
in Heraea IV. Past achievements assure future success
as next year's Senior Class.
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led by advisor Mr. S. Brodsky,
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SPORTSLeft to right. Front row: Co-captains M. Natale, L. Sanchez, J. Mulvihill. Second row: S. Sutherland,
J. Pane, R. Brusso, G. Bjorkman, E. Reinhold, R. LaForte, H. Forde, L. Brink, D. Procida, W. Hippner,
L. Urban, A. Blessing, A. Sanchez, F. Constantino, G. Inch. Third row: Coach M. Kostynick, R. Lieber-
man, D. Talix, G. Reeves, W. David, J. Maxey, N. Petagno, W. Brink, T. Allegro, R. Willeman, D.
Primavera, D. Wuerful, W. Most, R. Balbo, Mgr. R. Remis.
E.M. 13 ... 14
E.M. 20 ... 0
E.M. 14 ... 21
E.M. 13 ... 20
E.M. 7 ... 6
E.M. 9 ... 6
E.M. 7 ... 14
E.M. 21 ... 13Our team exhibits the vigor, strategy, and
exacting requirements, both mental and
physical, necessary in achieving co-ordina-
tion and precision.
They develop companionship along with
skill, each helping the other to attain their
We finished as one of the top teams in
the South Shore Triple A Conference, the
top league on the Island.
Fullback Wally David carries for a substantial gain
Butch Constantino dodges the opposing tacklers
Left to right. Front row: A. Torre, A. Gousseff, H. Griffin, L. Reed, J. Pane, W. Bliss K. Duggan.
Second row: S. Schuman, J. Bolton, D. Matulock, J. Manke, E. Sommers, S. Bazuly, F. Colonna.
Third row: J. Bracconier, A. Latera, R. Brandalise, J. DeLillo, T. Coblyn, J. Martin, G. Gooding.
Fourth row: W. Satalino, J. Grande, S. Fava, N. Ward, A. Scheffer, N. Weiss. Fifth row: Mr. Rogers,
L. Gasatis, W. Breland, Mr. Freda.Left to right. Seated: R. Chapmen, B. Ryan, H. Fedoryk, G. Holme, R. Coppola, P. Neilson, T.
Harvey. Second row: R. Nothdurft, R. Tschupp, M. Niecebalm, C. Lanzisera, B. Walsh, J. Pantelo,
P. Lichtman, Mr. Day. Third row: W. Clark, W. Colabella, C. Flesche, R. Smith, J. Jones, S. Costa.
Kicking, passing, and using their heads,
these boys portray the spirit and ability
necessary to obtain victory.
Left to right. Seated row: Mgr. M. Murphy, R. Reilly, A. Cooper, R. Pordy, I. Schriber, B. Wachtel,
J. Glickstein, M. Kaplan. Second row. D. Newman, B. Freese, L. Wechsler, D. Markfield P. Ryan, R.
Freedman, M. Kirshner, B. Kaplan. Third row: R. Howland, F. Saglimbeni, J. Keilt, C. Fox, S.
Stenzler, M. Silver, R. Stein, B. Terhune, L. Pelter, Mr. Pangburn.
building up endurance and speed.
Left to right: R. Halstead, M. Heend, E. Havekost, P. Halstead, Cap't J. Green, Coach P.
Agility, practice and superb playing were demon-
strated by this season's tennis team which consisted
mainly of underclassmen. The experience gained and
the abilities shown foretell future seasons of success.
Left to right. Front row: S. Rice, S. Marks, S. Wilschek. Second row: F. Szabo, H. Miller, N. Sapin,
Mr. Daly, S. Itzkowitz, A. Rubenstein, Captain, M. Stolonas.
• First row. B. Kaplan, B. Geier, D. Inch, J. Montalbana, B. David, J. Becker, G. Inch, E. Goldberger.
Second row: R. Frozer, D. Procido, J. Delillo, M. Jones, A. Torre, J. Pone, B. Hippner, J. Mulvihill,
The buzzer sounds
The match begins
The grapplers wrestle hard
For decisions ... all pins!
Front row: J. Greenhut, J. Grande, B. Carlos, D. Peterson, G. Holm, N. Petagno, H. Ford, D. Talix.
Standing: Mr. Frieda, P. Urban, M. Klampbert, R. Smith, J. Colonna, D. Laieta, R. Brozinsky, L.
Goldstein, W. Blees, R. Frazer.
Purpose with an aim.
Left to right. Kneeling: R. Lohman, S. Stentzler, B. Boden. Standing: H. Deitel, R. Rehrig, J. Vander-
weyde, L. Einzig, W. Becker, Mr. Strombelline.
Left to right: T. Harvey, W. Brink, A. Sanchez, K. Blochmen, D. Dupkin, D. Tomback, L. Sanchez, J.
Sanchez, J. Hershkin, W. David, B. Schor, D. Briel, Coach—A. DeSavo.
This is the fast-moving, challenging sport enjoyed
as much by the spectators as by the players.
Bruce Schor doesn't need a license in order to shoot!JUNIOR VARSITY
Coach: R. Barrett, C. Failla, G. Fox, J. Geraci, A. Lettera, W. Breland, S. Lapin, R. Cistehr, H. Giffin,
R. Chapman, H. Rudich, B. Glickman.
Left to right. Third row: W. Vito, V. Coppola, W. Miller, S. Pone, E. Inch, N. Petogno, M. Coughlin,
F. Constantino, B. Romano, A. Rizzo, E. Collins. Second row: R. Balbo, H. Giflfin, W. Hippner, J.
Mulvihill, D. Murphy, M. Natale, E. Goldberger, M. Hagerty, A. Blessing, R. Burns. First row: R.
Van Hassel, D. Procida, M. Jones, S. Buzuly, A. Viola, C. Gerlach, J. Pane.
Our Lacrosse team finished a hard-fought season
with a record of 4-9. Bill Miller led the team in
scoring with 19 goals. A bright outlook for the
future is that two thirds of the team were Sophomores
Action at the gool.
Well, men, the problem is . . .
With a hop, step and a jump, these boys
participate in various track events. Potential
that will develop within the next season
TRACK was displayed by members of this team.
Left to right, Sitting: J. Mazzota, J. Klagges, C. Lonzisera, R. Smith, E. Hovekost, J. Kaplan. B
Martin, D. DeBenedetto. Second row: H. Miller, H. Conroy, E. Sesskin, D. Barravecch.a, J. Sadaus-
kas, I. Urban, D. Sandgrund, A. Altman. Third row. Mr. Wilson, Coach, H. Fiero, J. Greene, B.
Haas, J. Pinsky, H. Ackerman, B. Gatto, B. Walsh, V. Treacy, B. Fiano, Mr. G. Rogers, Coach.Left to right. First row: R. Smith, J. Hershkin, G. McVey, P. Cunnif, G. Reeves, A. Borbera, W. St.
John, S. Sutherland. Second row: B. Persche, D. Petz, W. David, L. Sanchez, A. Sanchez, P. Feilzer,
R. Lindley, R. Schlessinger, D. Edgar, V. Nunes.
E.M. 3 Mepham 1
E.M. 6 3
E.M. 3 4
E.M. 4 0
E.M. 5 Calhoun 3
E.M. 7 3
E.M. 3 Massapequa 2 BASEBALL
E.M. 1 3
E.M. 1 0
E.M. 8 1
E.M. 3 10
E.M. 10 1
Left to right: R. Smith, L Revilice, N. Page, R. Kogan, D. Demorest, V. Zankie, D. Weurful, G.
Bjorkman, I. Brink, W. Brink, R. Brusso, B. Pierce.Speed and skill accompanied by
smoothness of movement are the
requirements for America's favorite
pastime. The Jets zoomed to an-
other tremendous year in the
Section IV baseball league. Les
Sanchez was in the number one
pitching spot. The team came in
second in the SSAL Section IV
playoffs with a record of 1-1.
Left to right, Front row: C. Cusono, S. Shoenfeld, J. Boolick, M. Devine, D. Brescia, D. Sandvold.
Second row: P. Stone, J. De Grow, I. Blaeser, D. Caputo, K. Dickmon. Third row. P. Morris, D.
DaSilva, C. Kulbaba, P. DaSilva.
Leading the spectators, our cheerleaders
promote school spirit and sportsmanship
throughout the football and basketball
Kicking up a storm of entertainment at half
Left to right. Kneeling: I. Sharpe, A. Kupferberg, F. Nicosia, P. Pleis, N. Braverman, L. Tamborini,
D. Sullivan, J. Arcuri. Standing: P. Gengler, E. Rabinowitz, C. Cooper, C. Santini, C. Lerner, V.
McCullam, L. Collins, S. Gentile, B. Kless, J. Siegal.Left to right, First row: N. Sellgren, R. Reizes, R. Papa, VP., J. Rink, Pres., Mrs. B. Peizer, Advisor, B
Ferry, Treas., M. Manke, Sec., J. Konz, G. Baier, M. Wenmann. Second row. K. Rosenkrantz, P
Yanatos, B. McLean, D. Wilson, G. Dunn, H. Gabriel, G. Lerner, D. Fumogalli, D. Wolf, M. Bennett,
A. Gantt, D. Dobrinsky. Third row: M. Gass, N. Young, B. Nelson, A. Bellinkoff, S. Foote, B. Groel,
P. Katuna, P. Wilkins. Fourth row: L. Knoedler, L. Messina, M. Gramarossa, D. Kaye, A. Groziosa,
R. Geoly, K. Wolfarth, K. Bannon, S. Bradley, J. Allback, P. Martinez.
The blue and gold is proudly displayed by
these high-stepping, baton-twirling girls.
Assist, guide, and direct girls in gym
classes—developing initiative, character,
Left to right. Seated: L. Hoeffner, D. Mears. Second row: L. Pettrone, J. Potocki, L. DeVito, C.
Bedell, D. Pickering, M. Stasi.HERAEA IV
An opportunity for girls to participate rather
than spectate—competing and co-operating,
these girls demonstrate their will to win.
Records made in previous years were broken
by the Sophomores who shone through and
came in first in Heraea 1960.
Held on the night of June ninth—
The speaker was Dr. Carolan.
The evening was set off by a very impressive poem by Judy Rink.
Intramural, cheerleading, and Rockette awards were presented.
GIRLS' SPORTS BANQUET
83Visually communicating ideas, thoughts,
images . . .
Developing techniques through new media.
ARTVisitors are always welcome in the art
department . . .
Two people, two thoughts, one object
87Front row: A. Gousseff, G. Sadauskos, I. Rivellese, N. Petagno, D. Lip
piner, H. Wiese, P. Strassltfr, K. Levin, R. Berger, J. Mauceri, W. Breland,
F. Colonna, C. Doyle, P. Holmes, L. Capece, R. Solomon, J. Pinsky, R
Zimmerman, E. Snevily, K. Carlson, R. Alexander. Second row: J. Hill,
A Reder, K. Anastasi, S. Maier, D. Amendolara, D. Sandvold, K. Martin,
P. Yanatos, S. Munro, P. Martinson, G. Gleason, J. Williams, R. DeFilippo,
J. Caputo, C. Bedell, S. loos, S. Ackerman, D. Hutson, S. Schwarzmon,
A. Boos, E. Ward, N. Dineen, J. Ulberg, E. Torres. Third row: R. Rome,
C. Montross, I. Dobrinsky, B. Cavanaugh, M. Ross, C. McCormack, R.
Morris, D. Sullivan, K. Rautenberg, G. Pollack, M. Deredita, C. Salerno,
K. Marlin, P. Hildum, J. Jaeger, J. Wehman, R. Baldwin, S. Mann, J.
Besswanger, L. Collins, C. Cooper, J. Catz, J. Boalick, M. Mannino, F.
Aronowitz, W. Pineler, E. Torer, Mr. P. Rosen. Fourth row: F. Orrio, A.
Kornhauser, P. Martinez, C. Dougherty, N. Dougherty, M. Bucci, J. Gold-
Keynotes in harmony . . .
Noteworthy accomplishments in the "uni-
versal language of mankind."
Front row-. S. Grodzinsky, M. Strauss, M. Goldstein, S. Ogintz, J. Fabre-
gos, K. Goldstein, R. Rapp, R. Folokey, S. Costa, R. Vives. Second row:
E. Hollis, D. Sepe, I. Bogartz, S. Levine, D. Pletnycky, B. Caress, S.
Linker, R. Zitter, W. Terhune, J. Caress, B. Eckstein, J. Williams. Third
row: R. Steckler, J. Siskind, L. Schwaid, D. Cole, R. Campo, C. Thorne,
N. Carasco, B. Bernstein. Standing: Mr. R. Donges, K. Weston, E. Butterly,
M. Marks, S. Tese, D. Bullman, C. Naftal, L. Mausner, D. Bunten, H.
Pierce, J. Maxey, J. Liepzig, J. Balcewicz, D. Freitog.
farb, M. Bennett, J. Blair, C. Chennells, C. Lindley, S. Bloom, M. Hills,
J. Sauer, E. Rogers, J. Victory, D. Mears, S. Novak, B. Gartell, C. Carl
son. Fifth row: H. Garvey, G. Boken, I. Grant, C. Cardoza, M. Ruth, D.
Gabriel, J. Keyes, M. Whitworth, E. Buxbaum, C. Murphy, C. DeMotteo,
V. Oliveri, M. Murphy, J. Ivler, K. Alexander, P. DaSilva, G. Larson, M.
McGinn, I. Blaeser, L. Petron, J. Allback.
Front row: B. Caress, L. Linker, R. Foloky, K. Goldstein,
J. Fabregos, R. Rapp. Second row.- J. Cantor, C. A. Bensen,
R. Simon, L. Lovitch, S. Cohen, S. Frey, R. Reilly, S. McMahon,
E. Schoenfeld, B. Kaplan, R. Zitter, W. Terhune. Third row:
M. E. Politis, C. Harris, R. Brilli, C. Naftal, L. Mausner,
S. Barrett, J. Maxey, H. Schaffer, W. Moxim, G. Crimi,
J. Leipzig. Standing: P. Miron, K. Weston, E. Butterly, M. Marks,
S. Tese, D. Bullman, J. Greenberg, F. Hepscher, D. Bunten,
H. Pierce, J. Greene, M. Silver, R. Reid, J. Signorelli, G. Balbo,
C. Mathewson, J. Belcewicz, Mr. W. Katz.
89SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Gene Inch and Chris FazioJoan Lhullier, Bill Hippner, Judy Boalick, Bob Romano, Fran
Front row: R. Kleiman, D. Talix, D. Rheel, W. McKinnon, J. Dotzler. Standing:
D. McKinney, K. Harrigan, J. Doyle, Mr. I. Adler, R. Lorello, J. Sara.
Oiling the gears of industrial progress
First the man, then the mechanic . . .to
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11 tgb Sc bool “a science maga zinc,
publish its first Issue of lix-
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c ember 1. The staff of this pub!
tion ha as its editor-in-chief, Li
Kraus Sad Bob lVwnrttt spa
features editor, Joe Ullma
Sit editor, Martha Wolman. B
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second In last year's elec
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isurer. We of the Student
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ions to him.
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our last meeting
to Carol Roberts to
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nd we wish to thank]
faculty advisor is Mr. Hey den.
The magazine contains artfc
puzzles, editorials, book rep
and other,thkaga of sefeodfle
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hr otudent council
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Race their membership to
lous press organ l?a flora .
it has been brought before
council's attention that tea
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This year the Student Council
undertaken another project.
Front row: Mr. Scanlon, C. Kulbaba, D. Peterson, C. Lerner, R. Bucholtz, R. Pincus. Second row:
P. Donohoe, M. Grommarossa, A. Grazioso, J. Cuttone, D. Greenspan, S. Ackerman, S. Kass.
Third row: C. Miron, S. Tomchin, B. Geismar, R. Baris, S. Levine, V. Oliveri, L. Sandler, B. Pepper.
Fourth row: H. Faver, R. Novick, R. Elson, S. Marcus, B. Schneider, J. Pantiel.
The nucleus around which all student
The Class of '61 wishes to extend their
warmest thanks to Mr. Ernest Heyden. He
has put his "Best Foot Forward" as advisor,
helping to make these last two years more
memorable for everyone.
Mr. Ernest Heyden, Senior Class Advisor
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Guiding their colleagues to the ultimate in
Left to right: D. Peterson, vice-president; C. Kul-
baba, president; C. Lerner, secretary; R. Bucholtz,
Left to right: R. Balbo, vice-president; F. Orrio, secretary; G. Inch, treasurer; A. Sanchez, president.
97Distinguished Winners of Scholastic Honors
Left to right: L Lovitch, treasurer; H. Weiss,
vice-president; Mr. M. Marrone; R. Papa,
secretary; S. Grodzinsky, president.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Spiritual and intellectual develop-
ment for Catholic students
Front row: K. DeNigris, R. Baldwin, C. DeMeo,
J. Frazese, L. Collins, Miss C. Stahl,
E. Gennari. Second row. E. Jambory, C. Jewel,
D. Morace, L. Trupiano, D. Carucci, J. Michal-
ska. Third row: B. Pearce, P. Bedingfield,
L. Otters, M. Connolly, P. Chavez, C. Keeler.
Fourth row: T. O'Donnell, A. Burkhart, M. Cass,
J. Young, H. Bonczek, I. Weiner. Fifth row:
R. Otters, R. Giordano, B. Moulton, A. Gra-
ziosa, M. Zeccola, C. Alfano.
98Workshop for .hose who won. ,o 9e, in NATI0NAL THlSPIAN SOCIETY
front of or behind the theater curtain
Front row: D. Lippiner, K. Levin, L. Vale,
C. Harris, R. Rapp, N. Bien, E. Yoskowitz,
L. Tepper, Mr. J. Crucilla. Second row:
J. Tedesco, A. Rubinstein, C. Fazio, A. Gendell,
B. Grebler, J. Cuttone, G. Pollack, M. D'Adolf.
Third row. B. Elson, M. Grommarossa, S. Acker-
man, S. Kass, R. Novick, S. Schoenfeld,
M. Meyer, B. Copperman, M. Murphy,
V. Oliveri. Fourth row: N. Israel, J. Mauceri,
A. Dahle, C. Cordoza, H. Feinburg, P. Rapp,
D. Stillman, J. Saver, T. Farinacei, C. Mathew-
son. Fifth row: L. Granger, G. DiGiovanni,
R. Hammond, S. Berger, J. Blair, R. Reizes,
E. Goldberg, P. Myron, B. Weiss.
A chosen few serving the needs of
Front row: L. Lovitch, S. Grodzinsky, R. Bodnar,
J. Martin, G. Walker, S. Frey. Second row:
W. Gladstone, J. Maxey, N. Weiss, P. Nielson,
G. Bjorkman, J. Berman, J. Balcewicz. Third
row: F. Constantino, D. Peterson, M. Stalonas,
S. Stenzler, A. Bilello.Oct. 10-11—N.Y.S. Regents Scholarship Exams
Sept. 24—Scholarship Football Game
Sept. 23—Football Kick-Off Dance and Pep Rally
Sept. 16—J.V. and Varsity Soccer vs Clarke
Sept. 13-15—G.O. Installation Assembly
Sept. 12—G.O. Drive begins
Oct. 22—Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test
Nov. 4—G.O. Dance
Nov. 9-10—All-State Music Sectionals
Nov. 23—Pep Rally and Dance
Sept. 7—School opens
60-’61 resume of events
May 13—G.O. Elections
May 12—G.O. Spring Dance
May 13-14—District Music Festival
May 30—Jun. 1—Awards Assembly
Jun. 1—Boys' Sports Banquet
Jun. 3—Senior PromJan. 24-26—Mid-Year Exams and Regents
Dec. 20—Scholarship Basketball Game
Dec. 17—Holiday Concert
Dec. 6—Honor Dinner
Dec. 5—Winter Carnival
Dec. 3—College Boards
Jan. 28—Junior Prom
Mar. 4—'Tops" Concert
Mar. 11—National Merit Scholarship Test and NEDT
Nov. 24—Thanksgiving Football Game
Mar. 16—National Honor Society Inductions
Apr. 14—Foreign Exchange Students Dance
Apr. 17—Leaders Club Installations
May 9-11—G.O. Assembly—Candidates Speeches
Jun. 8—Girls' Sports Banquet
Jun. 13-15—Final Exams
Jun. 26—School closesPERSPECTIVE
Review of our students' literary talents
Front row: F. Cohen, M. Berman, M. Skura, H. Beol, E. Rose, R. Ritterman, R. Sterenstein. Second
row: Mr. L. Kraus, S. Zolan, J. Goldstone, C. Roberts, S. Rosenstock, A. Bickman, S. Gallin,
A. Mindlin, J. Ivler, B. Schneider, T. Meyer, J. Silverman, A. Stone, M. Krinsky. Third row: G. Cohen,
Z. Ozolins, B. Caress, E. Collins, M. Hall, A. Murrell, C. Greis, R. Halstead, W. Needleman.
Anthology of past and present scientific
events, theories, advances . . .
Front row: N. Quartin, B Caress, R. Reizes, M. Skura, E. Leventhal. Second row: R. Sterenstein,
J. Goldstone, M. Bennett,-M. Goldstein, B. Schneider, M. Siegel, B. Apgar, J. Siskind, A. Mindlin,
Mr. E. Heyden, P. Kammerman. Third row: M. Strauss, H. Greenbaum, L. Tepper, H. Miller.JET GAZETTE
Pages in the history of our school
Front row: J. Mauceri , M. Krinsky, J. lieber, M. Siegel, S. Marks. Second row: E. Leventhal,
D. Smolen, Mr. J. Rossi, F. Orrio, R. McDowell, M. Berman.
103AUDIO VISUAL AIDS
Front row: B. Goldstein, J. Siskind, F. Haefele, J. Pastalove, B. McKinnon, E. Jambory. Second
row: B. Wasserman, B. Wachtel, M. Siegel, P. Kammermon, J. Baker, S. Welcheck, A. Silberlicht.
Third row: P. Jacoby, E. Born, J. Steele, F. Saladino, G. Logos, W. Becker, Fourth row: A. Rubin-
stein, P. Bonnon, C. Bondoroneck, R. Bucholtz, M. Stalonas, W. Needleman, P. Lichtman.
Sound . .
Projection . . .
Illumination . . . .
Strategy on a mental battlefield . . .
Left to right: I. Holzman, S. Rice, S. Tomchin, J. Kaplan, Mr. J. Tumarkin.PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
JUNIOR ENGINEERS TECHNICAL SOCIETY
Front row: J. Dunoyer, R. Steckler, L. Rifkin, E. Jombory, P. Nielson. Second
row: G. Loud. P. Trotter, W. Becker, Mr. A. Strombelline, D. Smolen, H. Green
Building tomorrow's builders . . .
Front row: R. Kix, K. Colpits, R. Eichinger, T. Bedford, A. Doyle, L. Bionchi. Second row: Mr.
B. Allen, G. Wieber, V. Treocy, L. Copece, M. Klompert, K. Greene, R. Gross, B. Wossermon.
Third row: G. Logos, M. Donio, A. Gunther, A. Rinaldi, R. Smith, J. Mortin.
105FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Seated: B. Ferry. Standing.- G. Heins, B. Cohn, G. Lenktis, Mrs. E. Goldstein, C. Sorak, P. Katuna,
B. Groel, L Metzger, J. Strang, J Salvaggio, E. Berry, R. Goely, P. Block.
106FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
Front row: D. Wolf, B. Gerhom, G. Silver, G. Pandolfi, R. Campo, D. Stillwell. Second row: K. Wilde,
L. Erath, R. Green, J. Woknick, R. Baldwin, P. Chavez, J. Young. Third row: J. Gelburg, R. Lieber-
man, C. Greis, L. Corso, M. Ruck, C. Eddington, M. Hall.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Front row: J. King, R. Pineus, E. Hollis, S. Portnoy, E. Leventhal, P. Lam- M. Rudolph. Third row: P. Bartl, B. London, B. Baum, L. Zolkind,
berg, B. Baruch, S. Rosen. Second row: I. Gleit, B. Goldstein, S. Sands, J. Gelberg, T. Meyer, P. Morgan, D. Cole, L. Cohen, M Peck. Fourth
E. Kotick, S. Lowy, R. Siegel, E. Peck, L. Silver, S. Levy, J. Mint, row: Mr. J. McEnery, M. Fede man, J. Caress, I. KlebanofF, M. Gilbert,
C. Weissman, F. Olin, B. Levine, S. Strousberg, D. Zaslow.Multiple problems reduced to mere fractions!
Front row: A. Bickman, I. Garnett, M. Goldstein, W. Gladstone, L. Tepper. Second row: Mr.
J. Gorman, M. Skura, J. Balcewicz, L. Lovitch, W. Bantz, S. Grodzinsky.
Mathletically inclined to the
world of numbers . . .LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
Navigators in a sea of knowledge
Front row: I. Gleit, J. Perper, A. Bickman, M. Gilbert, E. Hollis, E. Schory, S. Sacks, B. Bodnar,
S. Rosen, P. Morgan, A. Freedmon. Second row: T. Fiore, L. Corso, S. Levine, Mr. M. Raphael,
N. Sapin, S. Frey, W. Moulton.
Injecting school spirit . . .
Front row: Mr. J. O'Neil, R. Cohen, A. Schecter, R. Pineus, L. Corso,
H. Kolinsky, N. Quartin, R. Levenson. Second row: P. Martinson,
L. Moskowitz, K. Esmonde, D. Feingold, N. Heil, N. Kennedy, H. Roth-
baum, C. Ward, T. Lieb. Third row: H. Bauman, B. Bernstein, B. London,
C. Thorn, H. Schecter, L. Staslewski, B. Graham, J. Mint, J. Bressler.
Fourth row: C. Capece, D. Egan, M. Ruck, H. Schneidman, S. Kosloff,
L. Berkowitz, C. Reis, C. Chennells, A. Bickman. Standing: R. DeFillippo,
G. DeFillippo, G. Stecker, C. Greis, A. Seeman, M. Hennigon, E. Yos-
kowitz, C. Volter, I. Bogartz, S. Heim, I. Gleit, M. Chernick, B. Hersch,
E. Camhi, J. Hammond, S. Harris, S. Rome, J. Perlstein, A. Murrell,
Supplying the basic needs of school work and recreation.
110ART SERVICE CLUB
Setting the scenes for one of East Meadow High's
skillfully executed productions . . .
Front row: J. Owen, A. Warshaw, D. Mullin, M. Shenk,
V. McCullam, M. Peck, C. Luria, R. Denoia. Second row:
S. Wachtel, E. Darrah, R. Siegel, C. Madsen, E. Peck, P. O'Donnell,
B. Schneider, J. Cohen, F. Nicosia, M. Bennett, B. Kind, R. Green,
P. Mulvey, E. Shapiro, M. Strauss. Third row: Mr. J. Tonjes,
C. Sarran, S. Berger, V. Brand, T. Farinacei, S. Koslozz, B. Glance,
A. Wolman, A. Steele, M. Musolino.
Making known the spoken wordGERMAN CLUB
''Arbeit macht das Leben suss.": an axiom of all
German students-work adds zest to life.
Front row: $. Foote, M. Bennett, I. Weiner, J. Berman, D. Wilson. Second row: J. Abdale, J. Manke,
C. Rolli, P. Jette, I. Holzman, B. Baruch, M. Manke, P. Ritterman, H. Faver, M. Strauss, J. Ivler,
L. Biancchi. Third row: H. Greenbaum, G. Baier, G. Bjorkman, E. Pierzchala, J. Silverman,
A. Kornhauser, J. Montuori.
Non? Welcome anyway!
Front row: R. Sterenstein, S. Pace, A. Mindlin, C. Roberts, J. Sauer. Second row: D. Stillwell,
J. Goldstone, J. Cooper, S. Ogintz, Z. Ozolins, P. Clark, M. Hansen, K. Esmonde.
Mrs. Riesberg ... to whom we owe our
deepest gratitude. For the past three years
Resume has laid its foundation on her wise
and creative guidance. She has been a
constant source of understanding and
inspiration as our advisor and friend.RESUME
Janet Smith, Literary Editor
M. Berman, E. Rose, A. Rubinstein,
A. Gendell, F. Cohen, J. Kaplan,
Sue Rowe, Sports Editor
R. Bodnar, D. DaSilva, N. Ford,
A. langella, J. Boalick.
Bonnie Apgar, Art Editor
L. dicker, P. Sandgrund, L. Parker,
E. Levy, H. Faver.
Special Features Editor
F. Olin, C. Weissman, V. McCullam,
E. Becker, H. Reiter, R. Baris,
Phyllis Kammerman, Activities Editor
P. Donohoe, I. Weiner, S. Guter-
man, R. Guterman, C. Cooper,
B. Pepper, B. Wittenberg.
Joan Lhullier, Seniors Editor
R. Pineus, F. Rizzo, H. Bonczek,
Sheila Levine, Business Manager Seeing Jeri Rose, Publicity Manager
Urubitinga—Sorry, we couldn't think of another word!
To Mr. Murray, our Business Advisor—
A special thanks for your advice and aid to
Resume's Business Staff.
In composing this year s story of East Meadow High School, we have
received invaluable assistance front many people. It has been a privilege
to work with them and we would like to express our sincerest thanks at
Mr. Robert Greener of The Comet Press, Inc.
Mr. Jarrett and Mr. Friedman of Carol Studios
Mr. Pangburn's photography class
Mr. Primavera of the East Meadow High School Dad's Club
To the Class of 1961
EAST MEADOW HIGH SCHOOL
DAD'S CLUBTHE JET GAZETTE
EAST MEADOW HIGH SCHOOL
The Graduating Class of 1961
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
CLASS OF 1962
Cx ©-The CLASS of ’61
MR. MRS. FRANK J. VIVES
MR. MRS. C. W. FORD
DR. IRVING R. SAPIN
DR. MRS. GILMORE HYMAN
SAMUEL SCHLIFKA, M.D.
JOSEPH GORKLICK. D.D.S.
BERNARD HAIR STYLIST
VINCENT AND FRANK
EAST MEADOW WOMAN'S CLUB
MEADOWLAWN GARDEN CENTER FLORIST INC.
B. CZAPKA LUMBER YARD
LEO’S TOY STATIONERY AND LUNCHEONETTE
PELL BAKE SHOP
ALL COLOR OFFSET PRINTERS
DAVID’S FURNITURE CO. INC.
Guide You to Success
Carol Alek—Corresponding Sec.
Jane Hughes—Recording Sec.
WHITE and RED
Bunny Hollis (corr. sec.)
I jires. I
(eorr. sec. I
Pete Corad i
BEST OF LUCK
BLACK and WHITE
...Joel Hershkin Vice President
.....Jesse Sofer Secretary ...
GOLD and WHITE
Arlene Fi liman
BLACK and GOLD
Pete I rhan
127CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF ‘61
GREY and GREEN
President Ruth Burghardt Treasurer■—Kathy Devine
Pice President—Cathy Schery Sergeanl-at-Arm —Lauren Klaxton
Secretary Lois Nincsling
Munro, Bec ky
Van Cott. Joyce
Vi eixler. Barbara
W elhani. Christine
Vi iintnel. Eileen
BLUE and GOLD
Vice-Presidcnt Roger Ball
M ii K ill i 11
The PURPLE and WHITE wish the Best of luck to
the SENIORS of 6!
I . McAllister
Officers - President Carol Kulbaba Vice-President Dennis Peterson Treasurer Hoy Bucbolz Secretary Cathy Lerner SENIORS — Joanne Cuttone Barbara Pepper JUNIORS — Beth Schneider Randy Sue Baris Charles Miron Rosalyn Pincus Margie Graniarossa Sue Levine SOPHOMORES — Rocky Bronzino Laura English Stan Gomcliin Vita Oliveri Andrea Kornhauser Ann Graziosa Pat Donshoe FRESHMEN — Sue Kass Sue Ackerman Judy Pantiel Steven Marcus Robert Elson Bruce Geismar Lorraine Raspallo
131Future Teachers of America
East Meadow Hijgli School
EAST MEADOW HARDWARE
230 NEWBRIDGE AVENUE
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DUDLEY W. FIELD
I hank Y on East Meadow
FOR MAKING OUR
I960 WELFARE FUND DRIVE
THE BIGGEST EVER!!!
John J. Fenton
The Men of the
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Faculty Advisor — Mrs. Peizer
Ferry, Bonnie, Tnuts.
Papa. Rose. Fire Pros.
Rink. Judy. Pres.
W ilson. Darleen
W olf, Diane
The East Meadow High School Chapter
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Stephen Grodzinsky, President Helen Weiss, Vice-President
Leonard Lovitch, Treasurer Rose Papa, Secretary
Mario R. Marrone, Faculty Sponsor
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF HEMPSTEAD. N. Y.
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CO.COMPLIMENTS OF
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