Edgewood Regional High School - Pearl N Ivy Yearbook (Atco, NJ)
- Class of 1960
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THE SENIOR CLASS OF JUNE, 1960
FOR TI-IE FIRST TIME
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We, the first graduating class of Edgewood, wish to extend our warmest apprecia-
tion to our parents, the Board of Education, the faculty, and everyone who has
made our dream of a beautiful new school come true.
Although our past four years have not been easy with adjustments necessary in
opening a nw school, the administration and staff have not only helped us to over-
come these obstacles but also to enjoy the challenge of opening a new school.
We hope our underclassmen will carry on from where we have paused in making
our school worthy of a community that has had the spirit and derterrnination to
find a way to provide the best possible education for all the boys and girls in our
It would be difficult for us, the first senior class of Edgewood
Regional High, to isolate one person as an object for dedication.
Instead, we wish to insert these pages as a tribute to our princi-
pal, Mr. Neil H. Pinkerton, and to Mr. Leonard A. Westman,
These two men, at this time of our commencement, symbolize
the true significance and spirit of Edgewood High. Not only have
they taken a personal interest in the appearance of our school
and insisted upon a high standard of behavior and scholarship,
but have also shown sensitiveness in the little things that often
escape others. Indefatigable workers, they are never too busy
with conferences and meetings to notice what goes on around
them and pause along the way for a cheery word or a friendly
Always they have shown theirwillingness to explain the prob-
lems which puzzle our minds and thus help us find' interest and
growth in our education.
For all they have done toward making our school years forma-
tive, and our appreciation of Edgewood High stronger, we ex-
press our deepest appreciation. We hope the pages of this first
yearbook be ever a testimony to these two men who labored so
much in our behalf.
CUR SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE
Congratulations to the first graduating class - Edgewood Regional High School!
I consider it a privilege to have the opportunity of presenting the best wishes of the
Administration to the iirst graduates of Edgewood. Some years ago as you entered high
school, Edgewood was nothing but some blueprints, some statistics, and more or less a
dream. As you progressed through your high school years you saw that dream become
a reality and a large tract of wooded land become a high school campus with a new
A building is not a school. It becomes a school only through the efforts of the stu-
dents. As the top class for the past two years, you have helped Edgewood become not
only a school, but a school with ideals and the beginning of traditions - an educational
institution of which we can all be proud. You have worked hard to make these things
come true. As you enter the next stage of your life, whether it be further education
or the entry into a chosen field of work, it is our hope that the same sincerity of pur-
pose and eamestness of endeavor you have shown these last few years will continue to
help you achieve your goal in life.
The best wishes of all of us go with you always.
Frank L. Donahue
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At last we have reached that goal which one day looked so far away - graduation.
I congratulate you who have persevered and attained this goal. May your new life,
beyond high school, be a successful one in whatever endeavor you've chosen. It will
not be an easy one but if you have initiative and determination to strive for the things
you want, you will succeed in obtaining them. I sincerely hope your training at Edge-
wood will help you greatly.
May I share with you the pleasure of being the first graduating class, and there-
fore, without a doubt, the best graduating class of Edgewood Regional High School.
Welcome back to visit us at any time.
MR. NEIL PINKERTON, PRINCIPAL
Each of us dreams of something Hne
and great. Graduation day represents a
milestone along the road to the corn-
pletion of a dream. Several years ago,
Edgewood Regional High School was
but a dream and now you represent
our first proud graduating class. I sin-
cerely hope that each of you will con-
tinue to make your dreams come true
in the future and continue to build on
the fine foundation your graduation
MR. LEONARD WESTMAN
THE BOARD CF EDUCATIO
Public education is a function of state government.
The state delegates control over the operation of schools to the Boards of Edu-
cation in the local school districts, and prescribes in general the conditions under
which the Board of Education must or may perform its functions, thus the local
school board members are the individuals charged with the legal management of
the public schools at the local level.
This includes providing the school, prescribing the courses of study, hiring of all
personnel, and purchasing all supplies, text books, and equipment for the efficient
operation of the public schools, as well as being charged with the responsibility for
providing an accounting of the expenditures of all monies in accordance with an
accounting system prescribed by the State Department of Education.
STANDING Dr. Blair Davey, Clementon, Mr. Lawrence
Batten, Berlin Township, Mrs. Elizabeth Mossop, Chesil-
hurst Borough, Mr. Alonzo Norcross, Winslow Township,
Mr. Nelson Shaw, Lindenwold Borough SEATED Mr.
Frank Donahue, Superintendent, Mr. Michael DiGangi,
President of the Board, Waterford Township, Mrs. Edith
K. Davies, Secretary of the Board, Mr. William Rainier,
Vice President of the Board, Pine Hill Borough. Not
Pictured Mrs. Virginia Wannewick, Lindenwold Borough
and Mr. Horace Morrison, Winslow Township.
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OUR SCHOOL'S PROGRESS
Mr. Eugene Patterson Mrs. Doris Salati
Freshman and Sophomore Years Junior and Senior Years
Mr. Joseph D'Agostino
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B.S. - Trenton State College
6 Gail Walsh
B.A. - Wells College
7 Harry Weiler
B.S. - Temple University
1 Peter Sagan
Q Michigan State University
8 Sheila Weiler
B.S. - Temple University
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Bloomsburg State Teachers'
B.S. -- Temple University
B.S. - Bloomsburg State Teachers'
B.A. - American University of Beirut
pel, Mrs. Jean Schmidt
Mrs. Barbara Karstein
Mrs. Vera. Jacovelli.
L to R: Mrs. Ruth Zop-
Doctor - Daniel Santor, Nurse
H- Mrs. Esther Dietz
CUSTODIAL STAFF BOTTOM ROW.
L. To R. - Anthony Jacovelli, Gus
Cresczenzo, Alma Barrow, Joe Pino, Head
Custodian, Dora Eldridge, Albert Mas-
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- George Wozniak, Frank Scherfel, Law-
rence Parslow, Charles Duble, Erwin Fer-
ster, Edward Phy, Cornelius Market.
KITCHEN HELP Ist. ROW: Mrs. Duble, Mrs. Kauffman, Mrs. Volkert, Mrs
Thompson, Mrs. Dornbrowski, Mrs. Keene. 2nd. ROW: Mrs. Jacavelli, Mrs. Drud-
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MESSAGE FROM SENICR PRESIDE T
I am sure that all of you will agree with me that our senior term at Edge-
wood has been one of the most enjoyable ones that we ever spent in high
school. In our senior year we truly caught the spirit and the enthusiasm of an
organization, marching along together, and sharing many responsibilities.
There was, of course, lots of work to be done, and without the full and
wholehearted cooperation of the entire class, my job as president could have
been very difficult.
Now the time has come to separate. Some will go to college, others into
the business world. No matter what we do or where we go, life may not be
an easy one. However, if we work hard for the things we want, we will suc-
ceed. We have a good start - our parents and our teachers have pointed the
As the Hrst graduating class, we must double our efforts to make a good
name for ourselves and thus set an example to the other classes that follow.
I consider it a great privilege and honor to have been President of such a
fine group, and with all sincerity, say, "Good Luck Class of 1960?
Left to Right - Lorraine Neher, Secretaryg Charles Calabria, Vice Presidentg Joseph Calabria,
Prexidentg William Ross, Treasurer.
Left to Right -- Ist ROW - D. Montcmurro, P. Iuliurci, Mrs. D, Salati, L. Pratt, C. Sarappa
2nd ROW, M. Grasso, Calabria, J. Wright, D. Battee.
West Berlin Secretarial
"Laughter produces the sweetest dimples."
Albion C.P. Scientific
'ASilence is Goldenfl
JO ANN ATTURO
Blue Anchor Clerical
"Those move easiest, who have learned to
Berlin C,P. Academic
"A true friend is like a diamond - precious but rare."
Cedar Brook Secretarial
"Reason rules the mind."
"As sparkling as the evening starsf'
"A FAVCJRITE GYM ACTIVITY "
Winslow C.P. Classical
"How his wit brightens those around him."
Atco C.P'. Academic
"To a young heart everything is fun."
Blue Anchor C.P. Classical
"Her key to success lies in art."
MARIA E. BARBACCIA
"Busy as a bee."
DOROTHY ANNETTE BATTEE
Braddock C.P. Classical
'Triendliness is her custom."
Tansboro Practical Arts
"Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies."
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NANCY LEE BRYSON
Arco C. P. Scientific
"Her hair is her crowning gloryf'
C AROL BU S C H
'iShe lives to have a good timef'
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"He is liked by all,"
JUDITH E. BENTON
'lNeatness is a quality possessed by few."
West Berlin Secretarial
K'Come what may."
Braddock General Arts
'Carefree as a birclf,
iiiill iliiiilii A "3:I5 AND HOME AGAIN."
Waterford C P SCICDICIHC
"Like a rare book, bound to please.
i'Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.
nCute as a Button."
Atco C P
L'Love makes the world go roundfl
CLASS EXHIBITS FIND IN
DOUG DE GOLIA
Blue Anchor General Arts
"A fellow of infinite jest and vitality."
JOHN M. DE PALMA
Waterford General Arts
"A true gentleman to be suref,
Berlin C.P. Academic
"A blush is the color of virtuefl
Berlin Practical Arts
"His laughter brightens many."
Berlin General Arts
"His shyness becomes him."
MARIO DE ANTONELLIS
Atco General Arts
"The world looks up to himf'
"OUR FUTURE ENGINEERS
HARD AT WORK"
West Berlin Clerical
"Money burns a hole in her pocket."
Blue Anchor Clerical
"Humor is his trademark."
Atco C.P. Scientific
"He knows wha.t's whatf'
"This world belongs to the energetic."
"PAUSE THAT REFRESHESH
WILLIAM H. ELLING
Atco Practical Arts
"Adventure adds spice to his lifef'
ANNA MAE FABRICO
West Berlin General Arts
"Seriousness accompanies a practical person."
"To know her is to like her."
Waterford C. P. Scientific
"A pleasant personality is her splendor."
"Her sincerity has won her many friendsf,
Sicklervilla C. P. Scientinc
"Smile and the world smiles with you.',
"Quiet 'till you know himf,
West Berlin C. P. Classical
"Darn that boy he's asleep again."
"A SHORT CUT THROUGH
How happmess heightens beautyf'
Sxlence IS the perfect herald of joyf,
West Berhn Gener
Waterford General Arts
"Give me a positive character, rather than
a negative onef,
Waterford Business Education
"She had a friendly and confident aire about
Sicklerville College Prep
"Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst."
Atco General Arts
"An unspoken word does no harm."
Blue Anchor General
"In every deed of mischief, he had a heart to re-
ROSE ANNE IRWIN
West Berlin Clerical
"There's sunshine in her hairf'
GROUP POSE FOR THE
JOHN D. IULIUCCI
Waterford C.P. Scientific
"The road to love does not run smoothf,
"She is unaware of her humor."
West Berlin C.P. Classical
"Eat, drink, and be merry."
Blue Anchor C.P. Scientific
"She knows the value of moneyfl
"A BREAK OUTDOORS
Sicklerville GP. General
"It is not he that searches for praise that
"The highest,wisdom is continual cheerful-
Chesilhurst General Arts
"One good turn deserves anotherf'
of beauty on a stem of grace."
"A merry heart lives longer than a sad onefl
Cedar Brook Practical Arts
"A penny for your thoughtsfl
Albion General Arts
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
"A quiet conscience makes one so serene."
"LADIES FIRST, BILL"
"Happy go luckyf,
West Berlin C. P. Scientific
"Reserve is the truest expression of consideration to-
Atco C. P. General
"Anything for a quiet lifef'
Blue Anchor General
"His great wits are sure to please those near?
NADMIRING A DISPLAY"
Waterford Practical Arts
"Never a dull moment, to be sure."
Tansboro G. P. Scientific
"The fewer the words, the better the
Cedar Brook C.P. Academic
"T ll P l"
"The end of all knowledge is virtuous ac-
Waterford C.P. Scientific
"All mankind loves a. lover."
Blue Anchor Clerical
"As livelv as a frisky filly."
West Berlin General Arts
"Where's the party tonight?"
Waterford C.P. Scientific
"Sports bring him the highest type of enjoyment."
MARY ANN MAURO
'Iedar Brook Secretarial
"Her heart's in the right place."
PAT MASINGER QBACK-
GROUND, WATCHES A
SMALL DELIVERY ACTIVITY
"She obtains true enjoyment from activity of her
mind and exercise of her body."
Sicklerville C. P. Classical
"She looks before she leapsf,
Sicklerville C. P. Academic
"Patience is the key of content."
"He has chosen high ideals."
"A TRUE CHRISTMAS
"A smile and a friendly hello are her gifts
Tansboro C.P. Scientific
"What this country needs is a good five-
Atco Practical Arts
"The more ideas a man has, the fewer
words he takes to express thernf,
Blue Anchor C. P. Classical
"The surest way to win honor is through
LOIS JEAN PRATT
"She insists upon neatnessf'
Tansboro Practical Arts
"Great talent for conversation is accompanied with
WILLIAM A. ROHLOFF
"He's a comedian at heart."
Atco C. P. Classical
"An apple a day keeps the teacher away."
"TURN AROUND AND LOOK
AT THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
JOHN H. SACHLEBEN
Berlin C. P. Scientific
"He knows on which side his bread is butteredf,
"The only way to have a friend is to be one."
"A sweet and attractive kind of grace."
Waterford C. P. Scientific
"Confidence is necessary for success
NMR. WESTMAN SEEMS
PLEASED IN A POSTER HELD
BY RITA SAIA"
"To be helpful is man's most glorious task."
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"She passes such a good nature."
Waterford C. P. Scientific
"In every gesture, dignity and confidence
can be foundf'
"Beware the fury of a patient man."
BETTY JEAN SELF
East Berlin General
"Such a quiet manner about her."
JEAN MARIE SHERPINSKY
"Style is the dress of her thoughts."
"True humor comes from the heart."
"Her bashfulness stems from good sense."
UUPPERCLASSMEN STOP IN
THE MAIN OFFICE FOR A
LITTLE CLASS INFORMA-
WILLIAM G. SWARTZ
Atco General Arts
"Conversation brings him enjoyment."
JOHN W. SYKES
Berlin Clerical Practice
"Such joy ambition Ends."
Cedar Brook Clerical
"To be silent shows wisdom."
JOAN MARIE TOMLIN
NSENIORS LIKE TO D0
' CLERICAL CHCRES'
Sicklerville Practical Arts
"His humor is hidden from manyf'
West Berlin C. P. Classical
"Next to clothes being fine, they should be
well made, and worn easily."
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"Politeness comes from within."
"His height will lead to his success "
Braddock C. P. Classical
"She finds sympathy for all."
"Curfew shall not ring tonight."
ROSE MARIE VITUCCI
"Sweet and petite - need we say more?"
"Activity of the body is a great asset to the mind."
COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS
SEEK ADVICE FROM THE
Braddock Practical Arts
'iHe wears his blushing honors thick upon himf'
Elm , C .P. Scientific
"He's a master of his words."
West Berlin General
"Handsome is as handsome does."
"A good heart is a letter of creditf'
NRELAXING AT THE MAIN
"The chief benefit of dancing is enjoyment."
N. ALLEN WUERTZ
Elm C. P. Scientific
"The price of wisdom is high, but well
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PENNY WYATT JOSEPH ZARELLA
Berlin Clerical Cedar Brook Practical Arts
"Penny" "Pee Wee"
"Friendship is accompanied with "Eyes as deep as the sea."
"LADIES COME FIRST"
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Softball - 1, Colorguard - 2, fcaptain 3,4j, Lead-
ers' Club - 3,4, Magazine Drive - 3,4, Student
Council Exec. Comm. - 3, Student Council Record-
ing Secretary - 4, Gym Show - 1,2,3, Basketball -
1,2,3,4, Three Act Play - 4, Yearbook CCo-Ed.j - 4.
Three Act Play -- 4. Transfer Student.
Hockey, Basketball fManagerl - 1, Softball CMan-
agerj - l,2, Newspaper 2,3, Student Patrol - 3,4,
Gym Show 1,2,3,4.
Hockey -- 1, Softball - 1, Leaders' Club - 1,2,
Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Nurses' Club - 2,3,4, Color-
guard - 3,4, Student Council - 4.
Basketball - 1, Student Patrol - 3, Majorette - 3.
Newspaper - 1,2, f3,4, Editorj, C.P. Club - 2,3,4,
One Act Play - 3, Student Council - 4, Bulletin
Board Comm. - 3, Language Club - 3,4, Dramatics
Club - 4, Language Fair - 3.
Basketball - 1, Gym Show - 2,3, One Act Play -
3, Three Act Play - 4.
Art Club - 1, Chorus - l,2, Class Exec. Comm. -
2, Language Club -- 2,3, One Act Play - 3, Na-
tional Honor Society - 3,4, National Art Honor So-
ciety - 2,3,4, Student Patrol - 3, Makeup Club
- 3, Language Fair - 3, Newspaper - 3,4, Three
Act Play - 4, Yearbook fArt Ed.l - 4.
Basketball -- 1, Talent Show, - 1, Chorus - 1,
Newspaper - 1, One Act Play - l,3, Student Coun-
cil - 1,2,3,4, fExec. Comm. - l,2,3l, Concessions
Comm. -- l,2,3,4, Assembly Comm. -- 2, Gym Show
- 2,3, Magazine Drive - 3, Dance Comm. - 3,
Tennis Club - 3, Leaders' Club - 3,4, Cheerleader
QVarsityj - 3,4, Dramatics Club - 4, Three Act
Play - 4, Yearbook - 4.'
Chorus - l,3, Band -- 1,2,3,4, F.T.A. 2, South Jer-
sey Band - 2,3,4, Newspaper - 3, Safety Comm.
- 3, Gym Show 2,3, One Act Play - 3, Student
Council - 3,4, Dance Band - 4, Dramatics Club -
4, Senior Exec. Comm. 4, Three Act Play - 4.
Baseball - 1,2, Football - 1,3, Cafe. Patrol - 2,
A.V.A. -- 2, Student Council - 2,4-, Class Exec.
Comm. - 3, Student Patrol - 4.
Football - 1, Student Patrol - 2, Basketball -- 3,
Track - 2,3,4, Cross-Country - 2,3,4, Student
Council - 3, Publicity Comm. - 3, College Prep.
Club - 3, Newspaper - 4, National Honor So-
ciety - 3,4, Student Council Treasurer - 4.
Leaders' Club - 1, Softball -- l,2, Newspaper -
2,3, Chorus - I, National Honor Society - 3,4 CSec-
Bankers' Aid - 1,2, Chorus - 1, Newspaper - 4.
Band - l,2,3.
Softball - 1, Class President - 1, Baksetball - 1,2,
3,4, C2,3,4, varsityl, Student Council - 2,3,4,
fExec. Comm.D, NJAI-ISC - 3, Leaders' Club -
3,4, P.A. Comm. - 3,4, One Act Play - 3,4, Cheer-
leader Cvarsityj - 3,4, National Honor Society --
3,4, Three Act Play - 4.
Student Council - 3,4, Baseball - 3,4, Vice-
President of class - 4, Wrestling - 4, Yearbook
CBoys' Sports Ed.j - 4.
Student Council - 2,3,4, Gym Show - 3, Language
Fair - 3, Wrestling - 3,4, Class President - 3,4.
Student Patrol - l, Homemaking Club - 1,2,4.
Hockey - 1, Basketball -- 1, Softball - 1,2, Lead-
ers' Club - 1, Student Council - 2, Future Nurses' GUY, MARTHA:
Club - 2,3, One Act Play - 3, Newspaper - 3,4. Nurses' Club - 3,4, Hockey - 4.
COOKER, MARY: HASSELBUSCH, ROBERTA:
Library- 1,2,3,4. Hockey - 1, Basketball - 1,2, Chorus - 1, F.T.A.
COWDRIGHT, ROBERT: - 1, Future Nurse's Club - 2,3,4, Language Club
Basketball- 1,3. - 3, Gym Show - 2, Newspaper - 4, Yearbook
DeANTONELLIS, MARIO: - 4.
Basketball - 1,3,4. HEGGAN, LOIS:
DeGOLIA, DOUG: Chorus - 1, Junior Miss Club - 2.
Student Patrol - 3, Football - 3, Stage Crew - HILL, ELAINE:
3,4. Chorus - 1, F.T.A. - 1,2,4, College Prep. Club -
DePALMA, JOHN: 3, Language Club - 3, Gym Show - 2,3, Language
Vice-President of class - 3, Football - 3,4, Student Fair - 3, Dance Comm. - l,2,3, National Honor
Patrol- 3,4. Society - 3,4, Student Council - 3, Yearbook QLit-
DeSILVIO, RITA: erary Editorj - 4.
Hockey - 1, Makeup Club - 1, Student Council - HINCH, WILLIAM:
1,2, Student Patrol- 3, Cafeteria Patrol-3,4. Wrestling - 1, Football - 3, Track - 4, News-
DIGEROLAMO, ANTHONY: paper - 4, Student Patrol - 4.
Wrestling - 3,4. HNIEDJIEJKO, EDWARD:
DUBLE, KIRK: Football - 3, Wrestling - 4.
Football - 1,2,3,4, Basketball - 1,2,3, Baseball -
1,2,3, Track - 1,4, One Act Play - 3,4, Language IRWIN, ROSE ANNE:
Fair - 3, Wrestling - 3,4, Yearbook - 4. Basketball - 1, Student Council - 1,2,4, Gym
EDMONDS, BETTY: Show - 2, Magazine Drive - 3, Student Patrol
Chorus - 1, Band - 1,2,3, Language Club - 2, -4.
Softball - 2, Basketball - 3, Career Club - 3,4, IULIUCCI, DAVID:
Hockey- 3,4- student Council - 3, Audio Visual Aids - 4.
ELLING, WILLIAM: IULIUCCI, IDA:
Student Patrol- 4. Archery - 2, Newspaper - 3,4, Student Council -
FABRICO, ANNA MAE: 3,4, Hockey fManagerJ - 4, National Honor So-
Chorus - 1,2, Civics Club - 1,2, Student Council ciety- 3,4,
- 2, Decorating Comm. - 3. IULIUCCI, JOHN:
FAVILLA, ROBERTA: Amateur Radio Club - 3, One Act Play - 3, Lan-
Hockey - 1,2,3,4, Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Softball guage Fair - 3, Student Council - 4, Three Act
- 1, Leaders' Club - 1,2,3,4, Tumbling - 1,2, Gym Play - 4, Talent Show - 4.
Show - 2,3,4, Student Council - 1, Yearbook IULIUCCI, PATRICIA:
CGirls' Sports Ed.j -4. Hockey - 1, Gym Show - 2, Cheerleading - 3,
FILLIS,ESTHER: Student Council - 3, Class Exec. Comm. - 3,4,
Chorus - 1,3, Language Club - 2,3, College Prep. Yearbook-4.
Club - 2,3, Exec. Comm. - 3, Student Council - JACKSON, BRENDA:
3,4, Language Fair - 3, Student Council Delegate Softball - 1, F.H.A. - 2, C.P. Club - 2, Gym
- 3, Newspaper - 3, Three Act Play - 4, National Show - 2, Fashion Show - 2,3, Tennis Club - 3,
Honor Society - 3,4 fPresidentj, Yearbook - 4. Language Club - 3, Language Fair - 3, Newspaper
GEORGE, THOMAS: - 3,4, Dramatics Club - 4, Three Act Play 4,
Newspaper - 2,3,4, Student Council - 4. Yearbook-4.
GILLIN, FRANCES: KELLING, JOYCE:
Basketball- 1, Hockey - 1,3,4, Gym Show - 2,3,4, Hockey - 1, Basketball - 1, Leaders' Club - 1,
Nurses' Club - 1,2,3,4, Student Council - 3. Nurses' Club - 2, Student Council - 2, Dance
GOTO, NORMA: Comm. - 3, Color-guard - 3,4, Language Fair -
F.T.A. - 1, Future Nurses' Club 2, C.P. Club - 3, Yearbook-4.
3,4, Gym Show - 1,2,3, Chorus - 4. KOVALOVSKY, DANIEL:
GRAFF, JOHN: Basketball- 1, Football - 2,3,4, Wrestling - 3,4.
Baseball - 2, Student Patrol - 4, Wrestling - 4. LANG, GEORGE:
GRASSO, MARY: Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Baseball - 1,2,3, Cross-
Chorus - 1, Hockey - 1, Student Council 1, Dance Country - 4.
Comm. - 3, Exec. Comm. - 4, Cheerleading CJ.V.D LATVA, MIRIAM:
- 4. Chorus - 1, Student Patrol - 3.
Baseball - l,2,3, Football - 3.
Football - l,2,3, Basketball - l,2,3, Baseball -
l,2,3, Football Trainer 4, Student Patrol -- 4.
Leaders' Club - 1, Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Student
Council - 1,3, Dance Comm. - 1,3, Class Secretary
- 1, Gym Show - 2, Colorguard -- 2, National
Honor Society - 3,4, Yearbook QBus. Managerj - 4.
Chorus - l, Gym Show - 2,3, Student Patrol - 3.
Radio Club - 3,4.
Baseball - 1, Football - 3,4.
Track - 2, Wrestling - 3,4.
Basketball - 1, Baseball - 1,2,4.'
Football - 3, Yearbook - 4.
Majorette - 2,3, Junior Miss Club - 2, Assembly
Comm. - 2, Dance Comm. - 3, Hockey - 3,4, Stu-
dent Council - 4.
Football - 1,2,3,4, Baseball - 1,2,3,4, Wrestling -
1,2,3,4, Exec. Comm. - 2, Student Council - 3
fTreasurerj, 4 fVice-Pres.j, National Honor Society
MAURO, MARY ANN:
Chorus - 1, Journalism Club - 1, Newspaper - 3,
Student Council - l,2,3, Yearbook - 4.
Band - 1,2, Language Club - 1, Fencing Club -
1,2, Student Council - 4.
Student Council - 3,4, Baseball - 4, Wrestling -
4, Talent Show - 4, Three Act Play - 4.
Basketball - l,2,3, Leaders' Club - l,2,3, Student
Council - l,2,3, Tumbling Club - 1,2, Cheerlead-
ing 2,3,4, Gym Show - 2,4, Class Exec. Comm. -
4, Yearbook - 4.
Basketball - 1,2,4, Hockey - 1, One Act Play -
1,3,4, Student Council - l,2,3, CRecording Secre-
taryj, 4, Gym Show -- 2,3,4, P.A. Comm. - 3,4,
F.T.A. - 1,2, QVice-Pres.J, 4, Cheerleading - 2,3,4,
National Honor Society - 3,4, Three Act Play - 4,
Yearbook fEditor of Photographyj .
Chorus - 1, Nurses' Club - 1,2,3,4, Newspaper -
3, Dance Comm. - 3, Three Act Play - 4, Year-
book - 4.
Track - 1,2,3.
Basketball - 1,3, Hockey - 1, Leaders' Club - 1,2,
3,4, Tumbling Club -- 1,2, Student Council - 1,2,4,
Exec. Comm. 3, Dance Comm. - l,2,3,4, Gym Show
- l,2,3, Softball - 1, Majorette - 2, fHead Ma-
jorettej 3,4, Class Secretary - 4, Yearbook - 4.
Basketball - l,2,3, Track - l,2,3,4, Football -- 1,2,
Tumbling Club - 1,2, Student Council - l,2,3,
Archery -- 1,2, Basketball CManagerJ - l,2,3, Ma-
jorette - 2,3,4, Gym Show - 2,3,4, Usherette Club
- 2, Leaders' Club - 2,3,4, Junior Miss Club -2,
Class Exec. Comm. - 3,4, Yearbook - 4.
Football - 1,2,3,4, Wrestling - l,2,3,4, Track - 4,
Class Treasurer - 4, Yearbook - 4.
F.T.A. - l,2,3, Leaders' Club - 1,2, Student Coun-
cil - 1,2, Class Exec. Comm. - 1, Hockey - 1, Bas-
ketball - 1,3,4, Colorguard - 2, Gym Show - 2,3,
National Art Honor Society - 2,3,4, National Honor
Society - 3,4, Language Fair - 3, Dance Comm.
-- 3, Yearbook - 4.
Football - 1, Basketball - 1, Track -- 1, Student
Council - 4, Glee Club - 4, Chorus - 4.
Football - 3.
Hockey - 1,2,3,4, Basketball - 1,3, Softball - 1,
Cheerleading - 3,4, Leaders' Club - 1,2,3,4, Tum-
bling Club - 1,2, Gym Show - 2,3,4, Class Officer
- 3, Student Council fOFf'icerJ - 3,4, National
Honor Society - 3,4.
Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Hockey - 1, Leaders' Club -
1,3, Chorus - 1, One Act Play - 1,2,3,4, National
Thespian Society - 3,4, National Honor Society -
3,4, Cheerleading - 3,4, Class Exec. Comm. - 2,4,
National Art Honor Society - 2, Student Council -
3, Dance Comm. - 2,3,4, Yearbook CCo-Editorj
Student Patrol - 1, Chorus - 1,2.
SELF, BETTY JEAN:
Basketball - 1.
Basketball - 1, Refreshment Comm. - 3.
Basketball - 1, F.T.A. - 1, Gym Show - 2,3, Year-
book - 4.
SINDONI, ANTHONY: Football fManagerJ - 1, Student Patrol - 2,3,4,
Football - 1,2,3,4, Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Baseball - Yearbook - 4.
1,2,3,4, Class Oilicer - 1,2, Student Council CPresi- VITUCCI, ROSE MARIE:
dentj - 3,4. Nurses' Club - 2, Student Council - 3, Majorette
SWARTZ, WILLIAM: - 3, Yearbook - 4.
Stage Club -, Three Act Play - 4. VOLKERT, AGNES:
SYKES, JOHN: Hockey - 1,2,3,4, Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Softball --
F.T.A. 1 1,2, Student Patrol - l,2,3,4 QCaptainJ, l,2,3,4, Leaders' Club 1 1,2,3,4, Tumbling Club -H
Newspaper-4. 1,2, Student Council - 1,4, Gym Show - 2,3,4,
TOMLIN, JOAN: Dance Comm. - 3, Tennis Club 1 3.
Student Council - 1, Magazine Drive 3, Hockey - WARD, ROBERT:
4, Refreshment Comm. - 3. Art Club - 2, Civics Club - 1.
TOON, GEORGE: WASHINGTON, ESAU:
Student Patrol. Basketball - 1,2,3,4, Track - 3, Cross-Country - 4.
TOWNSEND, JANET: WIESSNER, JOHN:
Basketball 1 1,2,3,4, Hockey 1 1,4, Leaders' Club - Three Act Play - 4. Transfer Student.
1,3,4, Student Council - 2,3,4, Softball - 1, Gym WOOD, PATRICIA:
Show - 2,3,4, Cheerleading - 3, Yearbook - 4, Basketball - 1, Student Council - 2.
Three Act Play - 4, F.T.A. - l,2,4. WRIGHT, JAMES:
TURNER: RONALD: Football 1 1,,3,4, Basketball 1 l,2,3,4', Baseball
Talent Show - 4' 1 1,2,3,4, Class Oflicer CTreasurerJ - 3, Class
UMOSELLA, SHARON: Exec. COIIIIII. 1 4, Student P3.t!'0l 1
Student Council - 1, Basketball - 1,4, Leaders' WUERTZJALLENZ
, Club 1 1, 1 132,43 Art Club 1 1, Newspaper Student CCUHCII 1 I,3,4, Band 1 I,2, OI16 Act Play
1 1, Drill Squad 1 3,4, Gym Show 1 3,43 Dance 1 3,'Nat1OHal Honor Society 1 3,43 fVice-Pres.j,
Comm. - 3,4, Language Fair - 3, Tennis Club - 3, Three Act Play -' 4'
Yearbook 1 4. WYATT, PENNY:
VITUCCI, NICHOLAS: Student Council - 2-
THE LAST WILL
We, the class of "1960," on this twentieth day of june, in the year nineteen hundred and sixty,
do hereby bequeath the following beloved possessions to these fortunate people.
Gloria Mosley leaves her worn-out typing eraser to her sister, Carol, and hopes she doesn't
have to use it as much as she did. Kirk Duble leaves his football practice socks to Mr. Weiler
and the biology department. QWonder what they'll find.j Mary Grasso, in a state of panic,
leaves one worn-out gym sneaker from a set of three to her sister, Rosalie. john DePalma leaves
all his racing forms to Miss Cribb. CGood Luck.D
jean Moore would like to leave all the experiences shels had on Student Council and the
fun she's had in sports to her deserving brother, Nate. Paul Mauriello leaves his football uni-
form to Santo DiAngelo. joan Tomlin leaves her U.S. History II book to Mary Agnes Mona-
Carol Busch leaves all her homework assignments to anyone who may need them. john Con-
stant wills his moldy, scummy gym towel to Kathy McGrath. josephine Alotto leaves all the
fun she had in school to Ronnie Bombaro. George Lang leaves his old basketball sneaks to
Dave Stallard, if they fit him.
jean Sherpinsky leaves all her nerves to Jean Gundle. Anthony Masso leaves his empty ink
pens to his brother, Robert. Anna Mae Fabrico, at the point of a gun, leaves her rusty old gym
lock to her gun-crazy brother. Bob Bauers leaves his silde rule to Jerry Martin, who he thinks
will be back next year. fBet Jerry hopes youlre wrong.j
Ida Iuliucci bequeaths to her cousin, Mary Iuliucci, her patched gym suit and dirty sneaks
with the missing tongues, and, also, Ida wishes Mary to have as much fun as she had during
her four years of high school. Anthony Digerolamo leaves all the juice at football camp to
Rocco Dippillito. Barbara Linden leaves her appetite to Mr Skammer. Dan Kovalovsky leaves
the seven-man sled to all future linemen of Edgewood, in particular to Bob Baldi.
Geri Ciancio leaves a gold-plated belly button to Kathy Norcross Ca very interesting giftj.
Bill Hinch leaves his razor to Dave Stallard, who fin Bill's opinionj always needs a shave.
Pat Wood leaves her dirty gym sneakers to any deserving junior, whose feet are big enough.
Frank H alfmann leaves his two rear bald-headed tires to Mr. Westman.
Sandy Simmons wishes to leave all her homework to the Cowdright girls fthat name sounds
farniliarj. To the most desirable senior of "1961," Robert Fuchs leaves all his books. Rita De
Silvio leaves all her fun in biology to a certain junior with the initials, R.P., if he wants it.
Frank Reed leaves to the next pure-blooded genius in the Practical Arts course, his slide rule
with instructions on operation and maintenance.
Mary Ann Colonna leaves her good behavior in her senior year, to her brother, Joseph. To
his teachers, William Swartz leaves all his books and he leaves his pen and notebook to his
sister, Diana. Nancy Banks leaves her old paint brushes to Ruth Orchard and hopes they'll
bring her as much luck as they did to her. Ken Baylock wills his sweaty gym suit and track
apparel to his brother, Corlette. Ken hopes he will grow.
To Jukie Belcher, Ronnie Volkert leaves her hockey stick and number "12." john Graf
leaves his books to his cousin in 1961, if he makes it. To Anna Mae Self, her sister, Betty
jean leaves her gym suit and socks. Ray Lutz leaves a two-man sled to anybody who wants it.
Dolores Boccuti wills all the fun she had in high school to her cousin Austin Bombaro. She
also leaves her gym suit and her old, wet towel to her other cousin, Ronnie Bombaro. David
luliucci leaves all his unfinished record-keeping assignments to Miss D. Wydra. jo Ann At-
turo, in all sincerity, leaves a used-up box of Regimen Tablets to anyone who is over 250 lbs.
She thinks they need it. fWe're sure they thank you, Jo Ann.,
judy Benton leaves her typewriter, that hasn't passed a timed-writing in two years, and all
the fun she had during her four years in high school to her cousin, Kathy Mac Dougall. Harry
Long leaves a worn-out square root and logarithmic table and also a burned out radio tube to
his mathematics teacher, Mr. Andariese. Mary Ann Mauro leaves her big gym sneaks to Lor-
raine Iuliucci. jerry Martin leaves his Industrial Math book to some unfortunate senior P,A.
To her sister, Vicky, Rita Alloway leaves her pleasant memories of Edgewood. Bill Craig
leaves his can of spinach to Jack Wichtrowski. fNot another Popeyelj Curt Lewis leaves his
last sneak to Gabriel Haliburton. Barbara Scott leaves all her bad nerves and bad habits to her
cousin, Steven Streck.
To Mary Ellen Heggan, Dot Battee leaves all her clarinet reeds. Mario DeAntonellis leaves
his dirty pair of work pants to the metal shop teachers. Rebecca Lloyd, in critical.condition,
leaves her used gym suit to a certain gym teacher who never gets dressed, but expects her stu-
dents to. Eddie Hniedjiejko leaves one, new pair of gold pants to Mr. Hershey.
To her sister ,Io Ann, Mimi Barbaccia leaves her beloved cheerleading uniform. Tony Sin-
doni leaves all his dead soldiers to the new recruits coming in. CPlease explain that one to us,
Tony.j Esther Fillis leaves all her gray hairs to her brother, Tom, who will never have any of
his own. Cls that the truth, Tom?J Bill Ross leaves all his wrestling duds to Mike Laginestra.
Miriam Latua leaves her dilapidated sneaks to Laurene Morrill. Frank Aqueno leaves all
his Latin I 8: II notes to the janitor, in case the price of oil goes up. fEconomical, isn't he?j
Carolyn Casario leaves her used toothpick to Natalie Santone. joe Calabria leaves all his love
now and forever to Carole. f"The Tender Trap"j
To her sister, Joyce, a future majorette, Lorraine Neher leaves her baton. Charles fChickj
Calabria leaves all his physics tests to anyone who canit understand Mr. Jenkins. Chick
thinks they'll need them. Martha Guy leaves all her "Abs" and "B's" to Vaughn Guy. To a
member of the class of "l96l," Bill Elling leaves his title of "senior."
Brenda jackson leaves her brain to the Museum of Natural Science and History. fWise
choice, Brenda.j Anthony Midili leaves his crudy old gym suit to his brother, Ronny. Lois
Pratt leaves all the fun she had in her senior year to her cousin, Jean Grisso. A football uni-
form is left to Baldy by jimmy Wright.
AND TESTAME T
Rita Saia wishes to leave her "nerves" to Janis Schramm, who probably won't appreciate
them. john Iuliucci leaves his "isolated" trig. seat in room M210 to all of his Iuliucci relatives.
Christine Ace leaves all her textbooks to her brother, Buddy, who loves to study??? CHow
lucky can you get?l To John Garvey, Thomas Brimjield leaves his beat-up old notebook and
Carol Sarappa leaves her lunch table jokes to some deserving person. George Smith leaves
all his school things to Bob Ward because he will need them next year when he returns.
CMaybe you'll have company.j Frances Gillin leaves all her history problems to the next sen-
Nick Vitucci leaves all his typing speed to Miss Wydra. CAnother whiz.j joyce Kelling
leaves her color guard uniform and hard practice, that goes with it, to her sister, Jane. To
Denny Martin, Doug DeGolia leaves the tiremarks outside the metal shop door and to Tom
DePalma he leaves his carburetor which is in Metal Shop. The carburetor belongs on a Ply-
mouth, not a Chevrolet. fMake a note of that, Tom.j Nancee Ryder leaves her basketball
tunic to Peggy Maccaroni and hopes that she helps make our team a success while she wears
it. Allen Weurtz leaves his old math homework papers to Mr. Andariese.
Sharon Umosella leaves all her cares and worries to Lorraine Croft. Salvatore Ligameri leave
his gym pants to a junior for his enjoyment. Sal also urges all boys to try their best in school so
they will not' be kept back, This might result in being able to play sports only three years.
Dianne Montemurro leaves her cheerleading uniform and all the fun she had while wearing it,
to the deserving junior on the squad. jack Sachleben leaves his blue esguaisa joke to the group.
Bobbie Favilla leaves her hockey stick and the fun she had at camp, in Golden Rod Cabin,
to Carole Mick, that "All-American." To Juanita Moronge, john Sykes leaves the fun and
problems of working with the Student Patrol. janet Townsend leaves her locker key to the
mice, who have been trying to get in from some time. Robert Ward leaves his dirty gym sneaks
to his sister, who is a junior, if she will wear them.
Mary Ligameri leaves to Gale Beppel her perfect attendance in school for four years. joe
Zarella leaves his last will and testament for someone else to write. To her brother, Billy, Pat
Iuliucci leaves all the noise she made in class. john Welner leaves his dirty gym clothes to
Mary Cooker leaves all her books and homework assignments to anyone who may need
them. Ronald Turner leaves all his school books to some deserving teacher who should put
them to good use one cold winter night as heat. CThat was sweet of you. to think of the poor
teachers, Ronald.j To Rita Viterelli and Sandra and Francine Rossi, Rose Anne Irwin be-
queathes the happiness of leaving school. john Weissner leaves'the school to next year's seniors.
Roberta Hasselbusch leaves her old Latin notes to Kathy Mason - she may need them. Bob
Cowdright leaves his last will and testament for someone else to write. fHave you been talking
to Joe Zarella?l Rose Marie Vitucci leaves her typewriter that makes so many mistakes to
Betsy Volkert. Us that nice, Roe?j George Manger leaves his faded gym suit to ,lean Canerias.
Kathy Angel leaves her shyness to her sister, June. CI wonder why.j Eileen Baldwin leaves
her gym locker and her gym suit, which still has a lot of wear, to her brother, Irv. CThoughtful,
isn't she?D To Dorothea Arbour, Norma Goto leaves her place at the senior lunch line. George
LeConey leaves his gym suit to his brother, Bill, in the eighth grade.
Ray Saunders leaves his teachers to Bobby Boddzer. To Mr. Schwartz, Pat Matsinger leaves
a quiet classroom and the fun and remembrance of 6A8tB economics class. Esau Washington
wills Mrs. Weiler, his English teacher for two years, to Mr. Weiler.
Elaine Hill leaves her patience to her brother, Art. And last, but not least, Nancy Bryson
leaves her basketball to Sue Ansley.
And that concludes the last will and testament of the senior class of "l960." We sincerely
hope our gifts will bring joy and comfort to those who have received them. We are sorry we
could not give something to each underclassman, however, we do leave with you our fond
This will is signed, sealed, and delivered on this, the twentieth day of June, in the year
nineteen hundred and sixty. It is witnessed by the following people:
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Kathryn and Arthur Murray
Pep 'n Energy
Fine 'n Friendly
Living It Up
Mr. and Mrs. Peepers
Punch 'n Judy
Sak's Fifth Avenue
Made for Each Other
Couldift Be Cuter
A few weeks ago we decided to reminisce. As we walked down
Main Street, we saw TONY SINDONI's Barber Shop. Among
his regular customers were TONY MIDILI, JOHN CNEWTJ
DE PALMA, and JOHN IULIUCCI. Tony and Newt are co-
owners of a chain of gas stations, Johnny Iuliucci has his own
band which just returned from a trip to Europe. Next door to
Tony's is JEAN SHERPINSKY'S Beauty Salon. In her shop we
met EILEEN BALDWIN, now a popular singer, and RITA DE-
SILVIO, who is a model for well known fashion magazines.
Our local newspaper reported that there was to be an Armed
Forces Parade, and as we were impatiently waiting, GLORIA
MOSLEY and KATHY ANGEL greeted us as they passed in the
street, They are now army nurses. We also recognized LOR-
RAINE NEHER as the head majorette for Navyls band.
After the parade we went shopping. In our small town de-
partment store we met MARYANN MAURO and DAVE IUL-
IUCCI who, of course, are now "Mr. and Mrs.'l They are the
parents of five girls and one boy, ages 13 through 22. We're mak-
ing a fair guess that a few years ago, CHARLIE SAFARYN,
manufacturer of Gerber's Baby Foods, did a great deal of busi-
ness from these two. As we browsed through the store we saw
JOYCE KELLING, supervisor of nurses, at Lankenau Hospital,
buying her uniforms.
We decided to wander into the fur department . . . just to look.
There hanging on the wall was a huge picture of KIRK DUBLE,
the "Great White Hunter? By the way, Kirk also owns the big-
gest mink farm in the United States.
The beauty salon did not have the appearance of a very ritzy
place, but it was very neat, the operators more than capable of
their positions. JOANN ATTURO was styling CAROL SARAP-
PA'S hair. Carol, by the way, is now the wife of a very successful
lawyer. Assisting JoAnn were CAROL CASSARIO and JOSE-
PHINE ALOTTO. They were styling DIANE MONTEMUR-
RO'S and LOIS PRATT'S hair, respectively. Diane and Lois
are both happily married secretaries.
From the department store we proceeded to the parking lot to get
our car. On the way, we met BECKY LLOYD, who comrrienced
to tell us of her many interesting experiences as a social worker.
We were surprised to hear that BETTY EDMONDS lives only a
block away from her. Betty is very active in different organiza-
tions in the town, and gives much of her time and energy to
Each day our town grows in size and population. We are sure
that one day it will become a city. Two clothing establishments
opened recently, one of which is LOIS HEGGAN'S Women's
Apparel Shop. The other was BILL ROHLOFF's Formal
Wear for Men.
We were looking forward to a drive in the country, and since
we had finished our little tour of the town, we decided to start
out at once. A few miles out in the country, we noticed a. mail-
box with a familiar name on it. We imagined as much! In the
kitchen of a huge farmhouse was the former CHRIS ACE baking
pies. Her eleven boys were outside practicing football with their
one-time famous father. Visiting with her was MIMI BAR-
BACCIA, who is planning to join her husband in Europe in the
next few months. We asked if she liked living an army life and
moving all over the world, and by her reply it was obvious that
she did. While Chris was showing us around her vast farm, we
ran into ANTHONY MASSO, who is now an agricultural agent.
As we drove away from the farm, we realized that the sounds
we had been hearing were not our imagination, they were hunger
pangs. Since it would be some time before we would arrive in the
city, we decided to stop for lunch along the way. In a short time,
we noticed a sign, "FRANK REED'S Refreshment Stand." We
couldn't believe that it might be the same boy who was in our
class 25 years ago. Well you can imagine our surprise when we
found out it really was dear old Frank! While we were there, DE-
LORES BOCCUTI and PAT IUCIUCCI came in for lunch.
They both work as secretaries for a large publishing company in
that area. Dee and Pat are now making S125 a week.
We continued on our way, and just as we were beginning to
rela.x, the car stopped . . . dead. Fortunately for us, it happened
directly in front of JOHN WELNER'S service station. John, an
excellent mechanic, soon had our car repaired.
This time when we started out, we were no longer on the fa-
miliar, bumpy, country road. This new, smooth road is one of the
many constructions of JOE CALABRIA, an engineer.
As usual, the city was crowded with busy people when we ar-
rived there. We saw DANNY KOVOLOSKY teaching FRANK
TEMPLETON how to hot rod in a truck. You see, Danny has
a driving school for future truck drivers, only. A few years ago,
Danny was in the chicken business with RAY LUTZ. Ray did all
Suddenly we saw BARBARA SCOTT enter a drugstore. We
parked our car and followed her. We were dying to know what
she had been doing all these years. We found her at the cosmet-
ics counter and began to fire all sorts of questions at her. "Barb"
told us she had inherited a large sum of money from her great
aunt, and has been taking life easy. JACK SACHLEBEN was
the pharmacist at the drugstore. We asked him to fill a prescrip-
tion for sleeping tablets. He said these pills guaranteed 16 hours
uninterrupted sleep because they were manufactured by
GEORGE LE CONEY-JERRY MARTIN, Inc.
After we left the drugstore, we met PAUL MAYBERRY walk-
ing "The Marvelous Mayberry Dogs." We did not speak long to
Paul because his dogs had to be at the CBS studio to rehearse for
a television show.
Walking on, we saw the huge Bulletin Building loom before
us and at the same time we all suggested a tour of the publishing
firm. We entered the building and immediately recognized the
receptionist as JUDY BENTON. We inquired if she had seen
IDA IULIUCCI in the last few years. She replied, "How could
Ida exist without me, her life-long pal." Judy told us that Ida is
now the manager of the bookkeeping department at the Bulletin.
Her directions for locating the editor were a little hazy, but after
a time we found his office. There on the door was, "FRANK
AQUENA, Editor." Frank really has come up in the world.
BARBARA LINDEN, Frankls private secretary, was busily en-
grossed in her work. She told him a few of his old classmates from
Edgewood had come to visit him. Frank arranged for three guides
to tour us around.
FRANK HALFMAN, JOE WINNERS, and GEORGE
MAUGER, who are employees of the Bulletin, had the pleasant
duty of showing us each step of producing the daily paper. The
machinery was tremendous but dangerous. The Bulletin has its own
nurse and doctor for just such an emergency. BOBBIE HAS-
SELBUSCH we found to be the nurse, and ALLAN WURTZ,
the doctor. Bobbie is now married to a famous rock 'n roll singer,
Allen is still a bachelor as we expected. EDDIE HNIEDZIEJKO,
an on-the-spot news reporter had called the ambulance and when
it arrived we discovered the driver to be BOB BAUERS. Bob's
motto always used to be "Have car, will travel - fast!"
We thought we'd add a little intellectual jaunt to our busy
schedule, so, the Museum of Fine Arts was next on the agenda.
Previously, there had been a contest held, and we were able to
obtain the name of the winner. But, naturally, it was NANCY
BANKS. We were told that her painting was hanging in the main
hall. We must admit, we found it quite difficult to interpret, It
might be described as three round circles with eyes in them. It
was called "Deep Purple."
While delighting in other paintings, we met BOBBIE FAVIL-
LA and RITA SAIA looking intently at a beautiful portrait. We
recognized them at once, and after the usual salutations we finally
learned what they have been doing all these years. Rita was mar-
ried two years after graduation. Even though her husband in-
sisted she quit working, Rita was determined to be a wife, mother,
and career girl all in one. And she has done it quite successfully.
She is the private secretary to JOHN ROWAND, who is a famous
historian. Bobbie is residing in the Warwick Hotel with her mil-
lionaire husband. She married her boss.
Rita and Bobbie were commenting on the portrait which was
painted by NANCEE RYDER. She has recently completed an-
other painting titled "The Tall Man." She used as her model
MARIO DE ANTONELLIS, who is making a terrific salary
modeling tall men's clothes. Mario purchases his clothing from
ESAU WASHINGTON'S famous line of f'Tall Men's Wearfl
BETTY SELF is employed as Esauls secretary.
We left the girls and visited the other sections of the museum.
There was a beautiful bronze plaque on the wall. It was dedi-
cated to JOHN WIESSNER, the great composer of that real cool
music called rock 'n roll. Man that's the greatest, ain't it cats?
Carnegie Hall, here comes John!
We left the museum, and since it was such a lovely day, we
were determined to stroll through the city park. The green grass
and large billowy trees, the birds chirping and the bees buzzing,
the flowers of many different hues lent themselves to Nature and
all its splendor. While admiring Mother Nature's work, we met
ELAINE HILL and SHARON UMOSELLA. They are teachers
in elementary schools, and were taking their pupils on a hike. We
also met some members of a bird-watching society that were in
the park at that time. DOUG DE GOLIA and JOHNNY
GRAFF we found to be the most devoted. They are truly ded-
icated to the art of studying their line feathered friends.
Walking down the street after leaving the park, we saw a sign
advertising a newly opened dancing school, directed by JOHNNY
CONSTANT. We visited Johnny at his modem studio, which
was decorated fabulously. We were very surprised to see RITA
ALLOWAY and ROSE MARIE VITUCCI trying to learn the
skill of the mambo, rumba, etc. They now work as secretaries in
the Primrose Glue Factory.
We only had to walk three blocks to get our bus and as we
passed BRENDA JACKSON'S Pizzaria we gazed in the window
and saw ROSE ANN IRWIN, now a lieutenant in the Women's
Air Corp, and PAT MATSINGER, who is the social director on
the Queen Mary.
Our bus was late and we were all set to complain bitterly un-
til we found out the driver was ELWOOD NIURRAY. We met
PAT WOOD and PENNY WYATT returning from work. We
had a short conversation and learned that they both work as li-
We got off at our stop and bought a popular magazine at the
comer newstand. As we leafed through it, we passed an article
entitled, K'I'll be Home for Christmas," written by MIRIAM
LATVA. Miriam is now a well-known journalist. RAY SAUN-
DERS, the policeman directing trallic motioned for us to cross
The movie we saw was "Platinum Blond," starring that famous
movie actress, DEANE ALBRECHT. The second feature was
comedy titled, "Smoke Gets in Their Eyesf' It starred GERI
CIANCIO and CAROL BUSCH. After 25 years, they're still go-
ing strong. Collecting money at the box office was MARY LIG-
AMERI, who was married right after graduation to a serviceman.
As we entered, we were blinded by a flashlight. It was RAY
SHONE, who manages the theater. We were ushered to our
seats in the front, beside of all people, SANDY SIMMONS and
BOB COWDRIGHT. They invited us to visit them as soon as
possible at their ranch type home in the suburbs.
As the news flashed on the screen, we listened attentively to the
world affairs of today. NICKY VITUCCI, the third spzlceman
to leave for the moon this year, will join TONY DIGEROLAMO
who left earlier this month.
NANCY BRYSON, housewife and mother of three children,
has also distinguished herself in the news. Nancy has discovered
a new way to make apple pie, it tastes just like stewed apricots.
BOB WARD is the first New Jerseyite who has lost his driverls
license by accumulating 48 points over a 12 month period.
A huge chemistry laboratory has exploded in Pennsylvania.
NORMA GOTO, famed chemist, is now wondering what hap-
GEORGE SMITH, lightweight wrestling champion quite a
number of years ago, is retiring.
Making the news also was that famous orator TOMMY
GEORGE, who gave a speech two months ago on K'The Silent
BARBARA SCOTT, Heiress to the "Scott Paper I'owe1'5
Corporation, has eloped with the family chauffeur.
After the newsreel, we watched the sports events. JIMMY
WRIGHT is now the basketball coach at Chirgalantu University
in Outer Mongolia.
- Next, we saw a review of former Olympic stars. The list con-
sisted of KENNY BAYLOCK, one time famous track champion.
Ken's home contained trophies of every size and shape. BILL
ROSS, a terrific wrestler in his day, is now retired, and living a
life of ease on an island in the Pacific. We wonder if Bill remem-
bers 25 years ago when he said he'd be sweeping floors at Edge-
wood. RONN IE VOLKERT, one time basketball star, was mar-
ried a few years ago to her high school boy friend, BILL CRAIG.
They had a long courtship because Bill had joined the Navy
after graduation and was shipped to Siberia.
The movies were very enjoyable, but we didn't stay for the secl
ond show. We were starving! One of us suggested a darling little
place where they specialized in home style meals. It was called
K'Anna Mae's." We didn't realize 'till later that the proprietor
was ANNA MAE FABRICO. She was an old friend of ours, so
of course, everything was on the house. Anna Mae told us she is
making thousands out of a chain of these "darling little places."
At one of the tables we noticed MARTHA GUY and JOHN
SYKES. Martha told us that she is working in a hospital nearby
and John is employed as an orderly at the same hospital.
We checked in at the "Brimfield Hotel" rather late. TOM
BRIMFIELD, a friend of ours and owner of this beautiful hotel,
was rather busy so we did not see him at all.
BILL HINCH, a well-known stock car driver, was staying
at the same hotel. GEORGE TOON is Bill's personal mechanic.
We've been told that George has the "magic touch" when it
comes to engines.
We rose early in the morning because we decided to visit our
dear old Alma Mater.
Driving to Edgewood we had an opportunity to listen to that
ever popular Country Music played by HARRY LONG. we re-
member when rock'n roll used to be popular. Well, that went out
with Beatniks and black leotards!
When the hourly news rolled around, we tuned in to BILL
SCHWARTZ, he always gives the latest, up-to-the-minute news.
At Edgewood, we noticed that a new addition had been added
to the school to meet the demands of our ever-increasing com-
munity. CHICK CALABRIA is the brilliant engineer we have to
thank for that very attractive addition.
Of course, we visited the Main Office first, where JOAN TOM-
LIN greeted us. She has been working as the Principal's secretary
for ten years now.
At the nursels office we found ESTHER FILLIS trying to
persuade a little 7th grade boy to roll up his sleeve so the doctor
Could give him his polio shot.
JANET TOWNSEND was in the gymnasium coaching the Var-
sity Girls' basketball team. After college, Janet came back to
Edgewood to teach Physical Education. Jan told us PAUL
MAURIELLA was head of the Athletic Department, Paul has
had a non-defeated football squad for the last four years.
We decided to observe JEAN MOORE'S English class. She
was teaching Macbeth. I guess Jeanie really remembers how well
her senior English teacher taught it to her, because she certainly
is trying to copy his technique.
We had no intention of missing the assembly that was to be
put on by the Music Department, so we hurried to the auditorium.
DOT BATTEE was conducting the chorus marvelously. The mel-
ody of each song was enchanting. Dot certainly had done won-
ders with this chorus.
We left Edgewood after looking over the rest of the school and
reviewing fond memories like the Senior Activity Room where
we congregated much too often, the cafeteria where we had our
Junior Ring Dance, Megaphone Mingle, and our Senior Prom.
The most rewarding thing we discove. 2d during our tour was
to find each and every classmate happier and healthier than ever.
'KParting is such sweet sorrow."
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As a beacon's glowing light.
Which guides our steps on the road of life.
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All praise to Edgewood High.
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CLASS OFFICERS: Pres. Rich Ellerman, V-Pres. Janis Schramn, Sec. Eileen Turner,
Treax. Ronald Maise.
Left to right. Ist ROW. Cook,
H., Bush, M., Connor, M.,
Christian, E., Austin, E., Ar-
bour, D., Aldrich, C., Beppel,
C., Branam, D., Crowthers,
C., Cline, D., Cataldi, R., Con-
tardo, P., 2nd ROIV: Buck-
ley, F., Bella, A., Cassady, C.,
Bergstrom, J., Adams, E., Ar-
onald, B., Colangelo, R., Bel-
cher, J., Alteiri, C., Burcher,
J., DeSpirito, T., Anderson, J.,
Bulger, G., Balderman, F., 3rd
ROW: Chappel, D., Bring-
hurst, A., Blase, J., Arnold, W.,
Brown, J., Davis, F., Abramek,
M., Booth, R., Bodine, E.,
Left to right. Ist ROW: Lon-
gello, J., McGinnis, S., DeSil
vio, C., Esposito, J., De-Luca
P., Guido, L., DeVivo,
Lloyd, S., Grisso, J., Gerber, M.
Fox, L., Guise, C., Mick, C.
2nd ROW: Maccaroni, P.
Franke, V., Monaghan, R.
Monaghan, M., Fay, J., Mac
Dugal, S., Fraser, J., Magill, C.
Mueller, D., Morrison, E., Mob
ley, B., 3rd ROW.' Grimmie, A.
Drozdowski, T., Haliburtan, G.
Fraley, G., McDonald, C., Gar-
ski, T., Garret, A., Farina, A.
Dina, G., Ellerrnan, R., Dun
ning, H., Douvers, P., Garvey
J., Lenz, E.
Left to right. Ist ROW Seibel,
G., Yaney, L., Sehramm, J.,
Rossi, S., Riley, B., Palladino,
J., Yenner, M., Rossi, F., Young
D., Scioli, E., Self, J., 2nd
ROW Riess, T. Schmidt, B.,
Robinson, A., Regn, N., Poole,
E., Pizzi, V., Stallard, B., Smith,
A., Parker, P., Ottenthal, E.,
Spinella, S., 3rd ROW Win-
ters, T., Pugh, A., Powluczk,
R., Schifilendecker, E., Vernac-
chio, R., Schriver, D., Sharp,
R., Smith, G., Simpler, W.,
Reilly, P., Sauser, W., Robin-
son, S., Piereson, C.
Ist ROW Mohr, F., Heggan
M., Orchard, R., Holland, P.
Harvey, E., Handy, B., Iles, H.
Iles, E., Heggan, D., Kuzdrall
J., Iannaco, L., Mosley, C.
Kantner, P., 2nd ROW Jen-
nings, W., McCulley, J., Masso
R., Maffei, R., Holland, L.
Nobel, J., Kruske, M., Kosh
M., LaLena, B., Maccarella, R
Kerman, D., McDonald, C.
Holt, R., 3rd ROW Johnson
G., Johnson, T., Haliburton
G., Hill, J., Keskes, J., McGin
nis, D., Hand, R., Healy,
Kuzdrall, R., Migliaccio, F.
Maise, R., Koehler, R., Whit
Left to right. Ist ROW Waters,
L., Volkert, E., Vittorelli, R.,
Wilgus, L., Williams, S., Teul-
ing, M., Williams, G., Weikle,
L., Stetson, M., 2nd ROW Val-
entino, M., Straub, J., Viteo,
M., Tumrn, E., Lee, N., Wil-
liams, D., Vennell, G., Wea-
therby, G., Zook, J., Toomer,
P., Turner, K., 3rd ROW Wes-
terby, R., Lang, C., Laginestra,
M., Tiedman, W., Tweed,
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Cleft to rightj SITTING: Mary Ann De Palma
KSecretaryj Nick Gargano fTreasurerj Carol Murray fVice-Presidentj STANDING: Lee
Kosh, J., Angerman, C., Church-
hill, J., Abramek, F., Cowdrig,
J., Cowdright, M., Corneellius,
J., Cochran, B., Buelow, D.,
Brown, H., Ahramek, F., Ar-
mano, M., Babli, D., Conley,
C., Bovo, L., Bombaro, A., Bra-
mante, F., Booton, J., Amatuzio,
D., Canada, B., Arosemena, G.,
Bramante, J., Blatherwick, H.,
Brobst, L., Brown, J., Brown, R
Bulger, R., Ace, M., Albertson,
J., Conte, L., Czaplicki, T.,
Blatherwick, C., Brinkman, C.,
Baldi, B., Armano, J., B-artell,
T., Chillemi, D., Bowman, L.,
Civa, V., Coffey, J., Baldwin,
E., Chojnack, R., Biggs, R.,
Brink, F., Connelly, B.
Iuliucci, B., Iuliucci, M., Hol-
land, N., Kerr, M., Howe, F.
Maccerella, G., Knett, J., Ju-
liano, C., Maloney, D., Mc
Dougal, K., Lisnyj, V., Mac-
cerella, R., Hollway, P., Juliano
L., Heggan, D., Iuliucci, W.
Johnson, L., Heckman, J., Ja.-
covelli, B., LaVoice, H., Honsel
J., Holland, P., Hinch, E., Ken-
nedy, L., Henry, B., Macaluso
M., Heggan, W., Koch, C.
Huber, L., Healey, T., Johnson
G., Lisa, C., McDougal, M.
Lemon, G., Martin, D., Lunn
T., Lunquist, E., Iannaco, K.
Madden, E., McCulley, S., Ko-
letes, J., Kruske, C., Linner, T
Mauger, D., Reise, L., Reed
J., McIntosh, B., Piccoli, M.
Piscitelli, B., Ponce, R., Safa-
ryn, A., Mason, C., Midili, M.
Neville, E., Martin, P., Saueo-
waid, S., Morrison, K., Mitchell
E., Myers, J., Mcintosh, L.
Pierce, L., Sauser, S., Norcross
K., Radilosso, C., McCarthy, G.
McGrath, K., Pliner, G.
Mumma, R., Murdock, B.
Printz, J., Parrott, R., Murray,
C., Price, C., Middleman, F.
Schaffer, R., Riley, S., Selso, H.
Knoll, J., Parrish, W., O'Neil
K., Ridge, E., Ryder, H.
Sauser, W., Moore, N., Robin
son, S., Menna, M., Petters,
Ghraham, A., Gathchel, E.,
Ehrke, G., Ernest, A., Franke,
G., Farina, G., Gathchel, N.,
Eldrioge, P., De Palma, M.,
Fleche, J., Dean, S., Erke, N.
Eastwick, R., Errera, M., Davis
J., Dippolito, R., Gauntt, J.,
Guise, G., Galani, M., Graff, D.
Garvin, R., Elling, N., Harvey
E., Glass, L., Grasso, R., Gar-
gano, N., Galeski, M., Giord-
iano, D., Frabrico, A., Fanz,
Glass, R., Daniels, B., Dipozito
D., Frease, L., Haines, P.
Franke, G., Galley, G., Hanlon
J., Grueterick, H., Hahn, G.
Dove, R., Gatti, B.
Wise, E., Shendock, M., Wil-
liams, H., Tucker, J., Schuckle,
S., Wells, L., Truax, D., Tarallo,
P., Smith, G., Talley, S., Woods,
W., Sharp, B., See, B., Shone,
J., Sweeney, G. Mayberry, P.,
Tarallo, T., Thomas, J., Shoe-
maker, I., Worthington, E.,
Toon, P., Worthington, C.,
Ware, D., Swartz, D., Scott, J.,
Soistman, K., Weikle, R., Schaf-
fer, G., Whalen, B., Washing-
ton, P. Smith, L., Woods, A.,
Walls, T., Mcllheny, H., Weal,
B., Wyatt, M., Wooton, M.,
Scott, T., Sharp, J., Zanchoski,
R., Schmidt, L., Sule, W.,
Whitney, W., Short, A., Wes-
cott, W., Simpson, T.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Treasurer, Susan Berghg Secretary,
Bonnie Lessig, Prexidentg Thomas Arnato, fVice President, Diane Langer, not present when
photo was taken J .
FRESHMEN LEFT TO
RIGHT FIRST ROW: Bring-
hurst, M., Angel, J., Buser, M.,
Bryson, H., Di Blase, R., Arnold,
J., Bombaro, V., Brnum, C.,
Barkoff, R., Capperelli, M.,
Buckhart, P., De Sorte, J., Co-
hen, F., Bargh, S., Baylock, O.
SECOND ROW: Adair, W.,
Capoli, A., Brobst, R., Bill, J.,
Carnell, P., Bringhurst, R., Carl,
C., Carolina, D., Brown, B.,
Angerman, J., Bolton, K., Bay-
lock, C., Benevento, D., Burns,
M., Bartuccio, A., THIRD
ROW: Brooks, R., Affrunti, F.,
Baker, H., Arnold, W., Choj-
nacki, E., Calahan, W., Cart-
wright, J., Amato, T., Balonis,
J., Albrecht, R., Bogan, J.,
Bussom, G., Battle, A.
FRESHMEN Left to Right: Ist
ROW Glass, P. Cowdright, J.,
DeLaurentis, V., Copestick, L.,
Esdale, C., Staziano, J., Eddis,
B., Eshelman, E., Frederico, M.,
Desorte, V., Giandomenico, A.,
Cotten, R., Douvres, N., Erwin,
B. 2nd ROW Hand, R., Handy,
R., Fraley, B., Ciarmi, A.,
Cooker, D., Falcone, L., De-
Vivo, G., Hoffman, J., Fonte, J.,
Hargreaves, R., Cornew, R.,
Fritsch, G., Doughten, J., Dar-
cangelo, A. 3rd ROW Dahl, M.,
Faralli, M., Cozzi, R., Col-
angelo, T., DeLorenzo, A.,
Gillen, J., Guise, J., Dangelo,
A., Crowley, W., Cozzi, J., Ford,
W., Garrison, J., Capri, A.
FRESHMEN Cleft to rightj
Ixt ROW Rossing, K., Neher,
Santone, N., Regn, D., Renner,
D., Sauro, E., Norcross, D., Pit-
cavage, J., Moore, A., Ross, D.,
Palischek, C., Ratzell, J., Neher,
V., Pascht, C. 2nd ROW
Romagno, D., Ryder, J., Hoh-
ing, F., Santmire, R., Piccioli,
R., Oliver, C., Paul, L., Rodi-
cosso, M., Paul, A., Moragne,
C., Page, B., Owens, R., O'Neil,
D., Piper, H., Piascon, F. 31d
ROW Rossell, H., Rendino, M.,
Miller, C., Rossell, L., Pearson,
R., Herzer, A., Helfand, W.,
Pino, F., Hoffman, L., Ritchie,
C., Sannipoli, C., Perna, A.,
Petters, R., Rowand, P..
SITTING Midili, R., Lehner,
M., Langer, D., Koletes, D.,
Lange, T., LaVoice, L., Leh-
man, L., John, L., Matchner,
J., Marnaio, C., Judah, C.,
Lange, M., Mahoney, C., Ma-
son, K. MIDDLE Manna., T.,
Lewis, C., Harris, L., Holt, J.,
Holt, E., Lessing, B., Meiti, C.,
Maugher, S., Kelling, J., James,
S., House, S., Green, N., Hoff-
man, G., Grover, E., Marro, J.,
Martin, G., LAST Mannino, A.,
Lewis, E., Lloyd, P., Lodge,
J., Midure, A., Maise, T., Mas-
cioli, R., McGuire, P., Hysley,
R., Maccaroni, R., Lewis, M.
FRESHMEN Cleft to rightj
Ist ROW Sauser, M., Thomp-
son, R., Weissman, S., Town-
send, B., Stecker, A., Storms, R
Tedesco, L., Smith, D., Huber,
L., Wingert K., Wyce M.,
Wright, A., Worthington, L.
2nd ROW Stewart, R., Spots-
worth, S., Spinella, G., Toma-
sello, L., Spinella, D., Ware, T.,
Seppy, R., Wise, J., Woods, N.,
Thomas, W., Wapowskyj, S.,
Verna, D., Tweed, D. 31d ROW
Willcox, J., Sauser, J., Spinella,
J., Young, G., Straub, K., Will-
cox, J., Smith, H., Willer, J.,
Schramm, F., Tummer, G.,
Zucconi, J., Wenitz, T., Wash-
8th GRADE Left to Right Ist ROW Alkazin, R., Ansley, S., Andress, A., Burr, D., Barbaccia,
J., Benevento, M., Balfour, M., Calabria, M., Aldrich, M., Chatman, M., Condo, J., Balfour, A.,
Groft,, L., Crogger, M., Booth, A., 2nd ROW Albertson, W., Collins, B., Ballinger, M., Blake, B.,
Carty, G., Clark, L., Bortel, L., Brown, M., Boggs, K., Blunt, A., Bush, A., Bullock, M., Gillin,
M., Cucinotti, F., Baracho, K., Brimfield, R. 3rd ROW Amatuzio, A., DePalma, A., DePalma,
T., Arnold, K., Dowd, J., Cragg, J., Bogen, N., Bynum, A., Blatherwick, R., Batten, G.,
Auwarter, W., Cooker, R., Clark, J., Czysewski, T., Dixion, R., Baldwin, F., Dixon, C., Block,
EIGHTH GRADE Left to
right: Ist ROW DePalma, M.,
Foxworth, P., Myers, M., Hand,
G., Ernest, S., DiGangi, R., Ed-
minston, C., Graff, E., Good,
M., DeVivo, R., Guy, S., De-
Falco, F., DeLuca, H. 2nd
ROW Fillis, T., Ellingham, R.,
Harmash, O., Esposito, A., Guy,
E., Hagains, V., Hand, B.,
Ferster, E., Govan, L., Haas, R.,
Groves, T. 3rd ROW Farms, R.,
Forchion, R., Davis, A., Hill, A.,
Goehringer, V., Schmitter, W.,
Hanak, D., Haliburton, J.,
Grasso, J., Fanz, R., Heggan,
8th GRADE Left to right. Ist
ROW Locker, D., Johansen, V.,
Hiller, C., Kuzdrall, J., Lemon,
L., Ivanichek, M., Iles, A.,
Hniedziejko, S., Hill, K., Iles,
J., Luliucci, B., 2nd ROW
Kruemmer, A., Ingerni, A., Ju-
dah, C5, Lewis, A., Kantner, S.,
Johnson, G., Harry, K., Iuliucci,
G., Jones, V., Johnson, H.,
Keller, B., Johnson, G., Zucconi,
G. 3rd ROW: Volloreo, W.,
Humphries, E., Juliano, P.,
Johnson, B., Jones, E., Liga-
meri, L., Hornberger, J.,
8th GRADE ROW I: Robinson,
M., Seeney, N., Spinella, E.,
Ponce, M., Seth, M., Southard,
G., Shinn, E., Sprogell, M.,
Self, A. ROW 2: Schmitter, W.
Scott, W., Pascht, E., Stallard,
M., Pierson, V., Rundstrom, J.
Reed, N., Piason, J., Santos, C.,
Roberts, A. ROW 3: Seals, H.,
Piscitelli, D., Rowand, A.,
Smith-Bey, S., Pasarella, R.,
Petruzzi, N., Skochko, B.
8th GRADE ROW I: Moore,
B., Murren, V., Marino, C.,
Meddings, I., McIntosh, G.,
Mitchell, L., Marinelia, A.
ROW 2: Moragne, A., Mitchell,
G., Murray, E., Mauriello, R.,
Nean, R., Pantiuk, N., Mosley,
B., Mohr, T., Madden, S., Mc-
Kinney, S. ROW 3: McKinney,
W., Moore, R., Lynn, W., Mit-
chell, E., Maxwell, P., Myers,
F., Parker, A., McMurren, A.
EIGHTH GRADE LEFT TO
RIGHT: FIRST ROW:
Walker, G., Vennel, M., Wendt,
B., Tobin, M., Tannahill, S.,
Welner, A., Whitehead, D.,
Toomer, T., Waite, SECOND
ROW: Jennel, A., Wood, C.,
Toomer, S., Turner, C., Zoppel,
S., Tumm, S., Wooster, V.,
Ward, S., Wilcoxson, W., Ste-
wart, G. THIRD ROW:
Carolina, W., Wright, O., Van-
dergrift, F., Wise, J., Wyatt, W.,
Tibolette, G., Weal, R., Wich-
SEVENTH GRADE fleft to
rightj Ist ROW Bramlette, G.,
Burpee, B., Carmano, K., An-
gelina., D., Arbour, K., Alkazin,
M., Broome, S., Burpee, E., Ar-
nold, M., Blaese, B., Bynum,
M., Benevento, L., Butterfoss,
W., Brown, S., Barksdale, N.
2nd ROW Endcott, J., Driscoll,
D., Dubell, G., Burchell, J., Dip-
polito, G., Curreri, E., Cooker,
D., Finkelstein, D., Bradford,
J., Dugan, K., Congdon, V.,
Cloud, B., Clevenger, J., Del-
Orfano, L., Farms, P., Block, D.,
Black, R., Affronti, D., Dippo-
lito, G. 3rd ROW Dawson, R.,
Ellison, A., Dunznire, D., Gas-
sidy, E., Eakins, R., Dotson, H.,
DiGerolamo, R., Everwin, D.,
Bolton, T., Brown, F., Dove, J.,
Ballinger, A., Bortel, R., Adams,
D., Arvidson, R., Brown, R.
7th GRADE Ixt ROW Half-
mann, S., Heggan, L., Green
M., Halacki, D., Frederico, S.
Guido, M., Green, M., Heggan
J., Grady, L. 2nd ROW Hoopes
E., Fulleylove, L., Hoyer, W.
Giannini, D., Gunter, M., Greas
L., Gebhard, R., Herring, R
31d ROW Gregorio, J., Hoff-
man, E., Fowler, J., Herzer, R,
Huntersen, N., Furgione, G.
Heggan, W., Heggan, N., Gil-
7th GRADE Ist ROW Sowers,
R., Reed, G., Shone, S., Ripa
N., Spradley, V., Osterdahl, W.
R.obinson, L., Burkhart, M.
Quintiliama, N., Solis, R.
Scutte, A., Saal, C., Reyes, C,
2nd Row McKnight, o., Mobf
ley, G., Reid, H., Napieralski
J., Saunders, E., Scutte, V.
Michelfelder, C., Santos, M.
Rushworth, M., Sabin, N.,
Sadowski, E., Seeney, M., Sad-
lev, T. 3rd ROW Mosley, K.,
Pratt, I., Robinson, L., Schif-
fendecker, B., Schwinn, J.,
Safaryn, A., Redd, L., Seible,
R., Simone, S., Moore, A.,
7TH GRADE Ist ROW Mac-
Nicol, N., Iulucci, I., Jones, S.,
Iulucci, E., Iulucci, L., Le-
Gonoy, E., Mathews, H., Ham-
ilton, K., Kassner, S., Louns-
berry, B., Mariano, S., Judah,
P., Intessirnno, F., Mariano, S.
2nd ROW Lindly, A., Guer-
cioni, J., Pino, R., McAllister,
H., Mueller, P., Maloney, B.,
Powell, E., Neundiorf, S., Price,
L., Madowe, J., Martin, E.
Longello, J., Maccrella, I.
Johnson, G., Pugh, J., Ferina, J.,
Johnson, M. 3rd ROW Muncey,
W., Morrow, L., Pettersen, E.,
Schiendelman, D., Marshall,
S., Jackson, T., Lenl, C., Law-
ute, J., Midili, R., McAllister,
S., Matsinger, J., Knighton, J.,
Langston, R., Reitz, F., Perna,
M., Pettele, W., McBride, E.,
7TH 'GRADE Ist ROW Stach-
niw, L., Toomer, C., Walker, T.
Waite, W., Toegel, U., Weaver.
M., Wooten, J., Surgick, E.
2nd ROW Westerby, S., Wash-
ingto'n, A., Thomas, P., White,
L., Zarello, L., Woods, R.,
Williams, S., Viteo, D., Surgick,
A., Whitaker, A. 3rd ROW
Wichrowski, M., Townsend, T..
Webster, M., Toomer, C., Tim-
berlake, T., Sykes, S., Wood-
bury, D., Westerby, T., Worth-
ington, C., Waters, R.
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Ist ROW L to R: N. Moore, J. Petters, K.
Iannaco, C. Jones, J. Sharp, F. Middleman,
J. Pino, R. Chojnacki, Mr. Nolan. 2nd
ROW: B. Maccarella, A. Wood, C. Kruske,
R. Dove, C. Blatherwick, T. Linner, B.
Kaufmann, M. Galeski, Mr. Johnson. 3111
ROW: R. Schaffer, M. Wooton, L. Huber,
B. Weal, A. Grimmie, B. Baldi, F. Brarnante,
Ist ROW L to R: Mgr. C. Schaffer, R.
Lutz, W. Ross, J. DePalma, J. Pierce, J.
Wright, A. Sindoni, P. Mauriello, K. Duble,
D. Kovalosky, Trainer S. Ligameri. 2nd
ROW: E. Tamm, R. Westerby, W. Simpler,
H. Dunning, J. Tweed, J. Straub, R. Booth,
W. Arnold, R. Maise, A. Garrett, A. Farina,
E. Johnson. 3rd ROW: Coach E. Patterson,
L. Huber, Ray Chojinacki, M. Wooten, N.
Moore, J. Petters, C. Jones, B. Baldi, R.
Dove, C. Blatherwick, K. Iannaco, J. Sharp,
B. Weal, J. Pino, F. Middleman.
Ist ROW L to R: Mr. Thomas, Mr. Black,
K. Straub, H. Piper, M. Lewis, R. Mac-
caroni, B. Petters, T. Maise, Mr. Sagan. 2nd
ROW: W. Thomas, R. Hysley, D. O'Neil,
R. Handy, J. Zucconi, G. Young, S. Streck,
T. Amato, E. Chojnacki. 3rd ROW: B.
Piccoli, B. Isles, S. Spotswood, J. Lodge, T.
Mischelli, D. Spinella.
The Edgewood Eagles, in their first varsity sea-
son, showed great endurance and fair play in plac-
ing third in the newly formed Olympic Conference
League. They were coached by Mr. Patterson, who
was assisted by Mr. Zardus, Mr. Black, Mr. Nolan,
Mr. Johnson, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Sagan.
They started their season by defeating Triton in
the first Olympic Conference game and proceeded
to win the next two. Then they went into a brief
slump but still ended the season with an impressive
first year record of 3-4-1. This record was due
mainly to the excellent work of their coaches.
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Ist ROW L to R: P. Matsinger, F.
Gillin, B. Favilla, R. Volkert, J.
Ist ROW L to R: K. Angerman, S.
Dean, C. Magill, L. Riess, B. Theodore,
P. Martin, E. Harvey. 2nd ROW: Miss
Boldrick Qcoachj, M. Guy, C. Murray,
S. Shuckle, C. Gra.H', H. La,Voice, E.
Mitchell, D. Young CMgr.D, A. De-
Rogatis CMgr.D, G. McCarthy fMgr.j.
3rd ROW: J. Tomlin, M. Gillany, K.
Conley, R. Grasso, L. Kennedy, B. Gar-
vin, H. Williams.
Townsend, R. Saia., B. Edmonds. 2nd
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This year's hockey
Maketa, Varsity, and Miss Boldrick, Junior Varsity.
The Varsity team started the season by attending
hockey camp in the Pocono Mountains where they re-
ceived excellent training from some of the top coaches.
Throughout the season the girls displayed excellent
sportsrnenship, win or lose. Their record was not out-
standing, but much ability was displayed. We all hope
for a better season next year as we know the girls will
try their best.
TOP ROW: Coach Mr. Richenshauser, K. Baylock, A. Battle, E. Washington, D. Cooker,
C. Baylock. SEATED: R. Brown, G. Lang, R. Forchin, W. Washington, T. Wentz, N.
Ken Baylock Esaw Washington George Lang
C. Calabria, J. Calabria P. Mauriello, B. Ross,
SITTING: R. Brown, L. Bowman, B. Ross, P. Mauriello, J. Calabria, N. Woods. KNEEL-
ING: J. Brown, K. Dublee, D. Kovalovsky, C. Jones, N. Moore, J. Graff. STANDING: R.
Forchien, E. Chojnacki, Coach Mr. Thomas, Coach Mr. Johnson.
SITTING: E. Chajnacki, C. Calabria, E. Tumm, M. Ace, E. Lewis, C. Blatherwick, R.
Maccarroni, B, Whalen, R. Westerby, J. Manna. STANDING: Coach Mr. Thomas, R. For-'
chien, W. Iuliucci, J. Zuccone, R. Petters, E. Johnson, ID. Mankow, C. Koch, R. Dove, Coach
D. Mankow, J. Graff
The Edgewood Ea-
gles' wrestling tearn,
coached under the
supervision of Mr.
Thomas and his assist-
ant Mr. Johnson, pro-
duced a very enthusi-
astic group of boys
who showed that they
could represent our
school with the
greatest ability. They
had a very successful
season. It was only
possible through many
strenuous hours of
training. They believe
that in the years to
come it will progress
to be the most enthu-
VARSITY KNEELING - C. McDonald, T. Sindoni, Washington, R. Booth, W. Whitney, E. Kennedy, Coach
J. Coffy, L. Huber. STANDING - Coach Zardus, G. Nolan, Coach Black.
Young, M. Wyatt, G. Lang, T. Johnson, B. Chapell, E.
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blers showed great hustle and en-
thusiasm during the season but
they still found competition very
diflicult, The varsity was under the
able supervision of Mr. Zardus,
while the J.V. and Freshman had
line assistance from Mr. Nolan
and Mr. Black respectively.
T. Sindoni G, Lang
JR. VARSITY FRONT ROW - T. Riess, R. Chozanacki, C. McDonald BACK ROW -
Qcoachj Mr. Nolan, Scott, F. Brink, D. Chapell, R. Booth, B. Kaufman, Qcoachj Mr. Black.
FRESHMEN KNEELING: R. Piccoli, W. Stewart, A. Micuri, S. Spotswood, J. Marrow
STANDING: R. Hyseky, A. Battle, W. Washington, J. Cozzi, C. Ritchie.
GIRLS' BA KETBALL
Ist ROW: R. Saia, E. Adams, J. Moore, A. Volkert, T. DeSpirito, M. Bryson, L. Fox 2nd
ROW: CMgr.j R. Orchard, J. Towsend, P. Maccaroni, C. Sarappa, N. Ryder, C. Ace,
Mrs. Fredricks fCoachj.
Janet Townsend Carol Sarappa. Rita. Saia,
Agnes Volkert Christine Ace Kathleen Angel
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The Varsity Team was coached by Mrs. Fred-
ricks, and the Junior Varsity by Mrs. Maketa. Both
teams did a good job. Their records, when we went
to press, was Varsity 9 wins and 2 loses, J.V. 5
Nancee Ryder Jean Moore Nancy Bryson
wins and 3 loses.
Both coaches hope for an even better season for
our girl dribblers next year and know this will come
true because of the great effort the underclassmen
displayed. Throughout the season excellent spirit
and sportsmanship prevailed.
From left to right, SITTING - Ellen, Iles, Susan Dean, Florence Mohr, Rosalind Grasso,
Linda Reese, STANDING S JoAnn Napinello, Carolyn Murray, Pat Parker, Kathleen
Angel, Lois Juliano, Coach Mrs. Maketa.
PARTICIPATION IN SPCRTS
Mr. Bob Zardus
EDGEWOOD STUDENTS LIKE SPORTS
Close to 500 Edgewood High Student participated in the 1959-60
athletic activities, with the list running from football teams to drill
squad. Our Physical Education Department is headed by popular
Bob Zardus, a three letter star in his school and college days.
Athletic Activities engaged in 1959-60 were:
Football fVarsity, J.V., F reshrnenj
Girls' Hockey CVarsity,
Boys' Basketball fVarsity,
Girls' Basketball f Varsity,
Baseball fVarsity, J.V., Freshmenj
Drill Team CVarsityj
Coaches Huddle, FIRST ROW,' Mr. Th-omas Nolan, Mr. Wilmer Black, Mr. August Thomas.
BACK ROW: Mr. Joseph johnson, Mr. Bob Zardus, Mr. Peter Sagan. STANDING: Head
Football Coach, Gene Patterson.
D DRILL SQUAD
Ist ROW: J. Kelling, S. Umosella, K. Angel, .
.'ll 2nd Row- M Gerber :ard ROW: B
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Theodore. 4th ROW: C. Alteri, L. Iannaco, P
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Kantner, C. Ace, fcapt.j M1ss Bolduck. 5t
ROW: J. Napoliello. 6th ROW: T. De Spirito, J
Abruzo, E. Tidman, N, Lee.
Left to Right: E. Turner, M. Monaghan, L. Pratt, M. Kosh, L. Neher, F. Mohr, J. Schramm
P. Matsinger, J. Belcher. STANDING: Miss Boldrick.
P. Matsinger J. Schramm L. Pratt
BA D AND CHORUS
SENIOR BAND CLARINET SECTION - Cleft to
rightj Battee, D., Yenner, M., Kantner, S., Angel, J.,
Wingert, K., Mauriello, R. Not available when picture
wax taken: Paul L., Blatherwick, C., Heggan, M. SAXO-
PHONE SECTION Reed, J., Hand, R., Michelfelder, L.
TRUMPET SECTION Ridge, E., Spinella, S., Mumma,
R., Chillemi, D., Tweed, J., Rendina, M., Mohr, T.,
Matarese, D., Mento, B. Not available when picture was
taken: Piper, H. TROMBONE SECTION Hohing, F.,
Amato, T., McGinnis, D., Tweed, D. Not available when
picture was taken. TUBA SECTION Faralli, M. PER-
CUSSION SECTION West, D., Durgione, G., Adair,
W., Walls, J. TYMPANI Sannipoli, C.
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS Cleft to rightj lst ROW:
Galani, M., Maccaroni, P., Worthington, C., Brown, J.,
Zanechkuski, R., Sachleben, J., Wooten, M., Short, A.
Dove, R. 2nd ROW: Kosh, M., Yancy, L., Canada, B.,
Iles, E., Lisnyj, V., Goto, N., McGinnis, S., See, E.,
Hinch, E. 3rd ROW: La Voice, H., Norcross, K.
McCarthy, G., Holloway, P., Kruske, M., Kantner, P.,
Poole, E., Robinson, A., Ronce, R. 4th ROW: Churchill,
J., Morrison, E., Mason, C., Solis, M., Errera, M., Riley,
B., Paladino, J., Pease, M. 5th ROW: De Rogatis, A.,
McGrath, K., Martin, P., Vvlilliams, H., Moragne, J.,
Mobley, B., Moragne, L., Blatherwick, H.
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Bryson, C. S
Capt. Rita Saia
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JUNIOR VARSITY - Linda Reiss, Diane Ware, Cathi Conley, Nancy Lee, Carol Magill,
Mary Grasso, Theresa Longello, Suzanne Dean.
STLIDE T COUNCIL
Under the able direction of our president, Anthony Sindoni, and the members of
the cabinet, Student Council has had a successful year in promoting school spirit
and looking after the interests of the student body. Council has sponsored many of the
activities held during the 1959-60 school year.
One of the First was the Victory Dance which was the first dance of the year and a
success. We sponsored an ice skating party at the Ice House in February. The Alma
Mater has been completed this year with the assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Krone. The
March of Dimes drive netted over three hundred dollars which was well over last
year,s amount. Council has assisted in bringing our foreign exchange student from
Panama this year and also in sending a Junior from our school abroad.
The success of the Student Council is dependent upon the support of the student
body and only with the continued support of the student body will Council be able
to grow in the years to come.
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS, STANDING left to right: Rita
Saia, Chris Ace, SITTING: Paul Mauriello, Anthony Sindoni, Kenny
STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE F., Bryson, N., Calabria, J., Baylock, K., Ace C 3rd
fleft to rightj 'Ixt. ROW: Iuliucci, B., Galani, M., Bra- ROW: Dixon, R., Huber, L., Morrill, L., Straub J Mr
mante J 2nd. ROW: Sindoni, A., Mauriello, P., Aqueno, Burns, Angel, J., Douvres, P., Amato, T.
FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Depalma, Carol Murray, Ida
Iuliucci, Nancy Bryson, Joann Brarnante, Marion Galaini,
Eve Mitchell, Jewel Belcher, Kathy MacDougall, Mimi
Barbaccia, Linda Riess, Rita Saia 2nd ROW Christine
Groff, Diane Ware, Diana Young, Janis Schramm, Lor-
raine Neher, Ginny' Franke, Esther Fillis, Kathy Anger-
man, Terry Despiribo, Francine Rossi, Joann Napolielo
3rd ROW Charles Calabria, Sam Spinella, Frank Aqueno,
John Iuliucci, Dottie Battee, Peggy Kosh, Anthony,
Midili, Rod Mumrna, Joseph Calabria, Nick Gargano
4th ROW Frank Brarnante, William Iuliucci, Pete
Douvres, Dan Kernnan, John Straub, Paul Mauriello,
John Tweed, Leslie Huber, Robt. Maccarella, Rich. El-
lerman BACK ROW William Arnold, Allen Wuertz,
John Coffy, John Sachleben, Ken Baylock, William
Kaufmann, Anthony Sindoni.
JUNIOR HI H
FRONT ROW CL-RD Christine Edminstom, Sue Ansley,
Betty June Iuluicci, Shirley Madden, Vicki Wooster,
Sharon Simon, Kathleen Hurry, RoseAnn DiGangi,
Geraldine Southard, Grace Dippolito, Eilee Eshelman
SECOND ROW Robert Dickson, Benny Mento, Thomas
Fillis, Joyce Ndher, Susan Bergh, Lawrence Morrill, June
Angel, Bonnie Lessig, Margaret Rodilosso, David Adams,
Gerald Furgione THIRD ROW John Cook, Frand
Piason, Tom Fillis, Richard Stewart, Ronnie Maccaroni,
Jack Turner, Thomas Amato, Tony Amatuzio, Calvin
LeMon, David Spinella.
OFFICERS 1959 -
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FROM THE PRESIDENT:
As President of Student Council I would like to express my appreciation for the
wonderful cooperation that the members of the student council and student body
have given me this year.
Our year has been a successful one, and I am sure that with continued cooperation
as throughout the years Edgewood will attain its hoped for position of being the top
school in the area.
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STUDENT CABINET I 959-60
CLASS OF ,60 CLASS OF '61
Frank Aqueno Peter Douvres
Nancy Bryson Mary Ellen Heggan
Joseph Calabria Jack Straub
CLASS OF '62 CLASS OF '63
1 jo Ann Bramante ThOrr1aS Amato
Marion Galaini June Angel
Leslie Huber Laurene Morrill
CLASS OF '64-
Betty June Iuliucci
MEMBER, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCILS
MEMBER, NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION OF HIGH SCHOOL COUNCILS
MEMBER, SOUTH JERSEY FEDERATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
Kenneth Baylock Nancy Bryson
Treasurer Executive Committee,
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Art Editor Photography Editor Literary Editor
Charles Calabria Roberta Favilla
Boys' Sports Editor Girls' Sports Editor
YEARBOOK STAFF Left to right. Ist ROW -- Barbaccia, M., Iuliucci, P., Hill, E., Banks,
N., Sarappa, C., Ace, C., Calabria, C., Moore, J., Linden, B., Favilla, R. 2nd ROW - Neher,
L., Hasselbusch, R., Umosella, S., Ryder, N., Jackson, B., Mosley, G., Pratt, L., Montemurro,
D., Mr. D'Agostino, Townsend, J., Ross, W., Masso, A., Simmons, S., Vitucci, R., Mauro, M.
JR. HIGH NEWSPAPER I. SEATED
from Left to Right: Schendleman,
D., Timberlake, K., Mariano, S.,
Barbaccio, J., Mr. Rickershauser,
Guido, M., Herzer, R. II. STAND-
ING O'Nowles, W., Congstow, R.,
Spinella, E., Hurry, K., Lemon, L.,
Tumm, S., Judal, C., Weber, T.,
Piasion, F., Madden, S., Nuendore, S.,
Iuliucci, C., Mitchell, L., Di Garngi,
R., Pitcatelli, D., Gaurio, J., Heggan,
J., Ellerman, N., DeLaurentis, R.
JU IORS SE IOR
AQUILA STAFF FIRST ROW
Left to Right: Iuliucci, I., Mohr, R.,
Parmer, J., Branam, D., CAssistant
Editorl Baylock, K., Passarella, R.,
Wells, L., SECOND ROW:. Masso,
R., Brown, H., Schaefer, R., Banks,
N., Boccuti, D., Parker, P., Jack-
son, B., Miss Wydra, Advisor, Ross,
B., Miss Cribb, Advisor, Christian, E.,
Forchion, R., Talley, S., Grisso, J.,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Edgewood Chapter of the National Honor Society began oflicially this year.
To receive membership into this society, you must be on the Honor Roll 'and maintain
a B average. In the National Honor Society we strive to further scholarships and serv-
ice to the school.
FIRST ROW Barbara Riley, Danita
Brannen, Ruth Orchard, Shirley Mc-
Ginnis, Kathy Turner, Charlotte Sie-
bel, Pat DePalma, Lucille Fox, Jo
Ann Palladino SECOND : Mr. White,
Advisor, Janice Schramn, Diana
Young, Roberta Hasselbusch, Mar-
garet Kosh, Pat Parker, Peggy Maca-
roni, Florence Mohr, Nancy Lee, Carol
Magil. THIRD: Joe Clabria, Anthony
Midili, John Iuliucci, Allen Wuertz,
Brenda Jackson, Mary Ellen Pease,
Cirad Bulger, Sam Spinella, Frank
Aqueno, Charles Calabria.
Ist ROW - Orchard, R., Iuliucci, J.,
Schramrn, J., Yancy, L., McGuiness,
S., Branam, D., MacDougall, S. 2nd
ROW - Saia, R., Linden, B., Weurtz,
A., 'Fillis, E., Benton, J., Moore, J.,
Mrs. D, Salati 3rd ROW - Hill, E.,
Seibel, C., Koch, M., DeSpirito,, T.,
Calabria, J., Mauriello, P., Baylock,
E., Douvres, P., Sarappa, C., Ryder,
N., Bryson, N., Banks, N.
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OF AMERICA .
Left to right. lst RQW - McGuiness, S., Fox, L., Schramm
J., De Palma, P., Turner, K., Palladino, J., Young, D., Magill
C. 2nd ROW - Urnosella, S., Lee, N., Hill, E., Parker, P.
Banks, N., Seibel, C., Townsend, J., Moore, J. 3rd ROW -
Aqueno, F., Bolger, G., Mohr, F., Sarappa, C., Ryder, N.
Mitchell, E., Midili, A., Kennedy, W.
FIRST ROW L. to R. Ehrke, G., Hasselbusch, R., Mosley,
G., Edmunds, B. Blatherwick, H. BACK ROW Gny, M., Gillin,
F., Brobst, J., Mrs. Deitz.
Ist ROW -- Fox, L., Eastwick, R.,
Gavin, E., McIntosh, B., Smith, G.,
2nd ROW - Pliner, G., Heggan, F.,
Civa, V., Mr. Crawford, Whalen, W.,
Tarallo, A. 3rd ROW - Wescott, W.,
Wood, A., Connolly, B., Brink, F.,
Simpson, T., Lisa, C.
Ist ROW fl to rj Govan, L., Turner,
C., Edmiston, C., Walker, G., Gill-
man, N., Lehman, L., Illes, A., Tobin
M., Graff, E. 2nd ROW Illes, J.
Wyatt, R., Goehringer, V., Perna, M.
Verna, D., Waters, R., Collangezo
A., Zucooni, John, Brooks, R., Waring
T., Baylock, G., Pascht, C., Carty, G.
Price, L., Benevento, M. A., Hill, K
TOP ROW Cl to rj Julia Condo,
Maria Santos, Emma Powell, Richard
Ardecki, Virginia Dougherty, Carol
McKnight, Eddie Saunders FRONT
ROW Paula Fanz, Mary Alkazin,
Ella Mae LeConey, Darlene Hullidci,
Ernest Murray, Angelo Lionelli,
FIRST ROW L. to R. Shoemaker,
I., Davis, F., Bombaro, A., Madden,
E., Gally, R. BACK ROW Mossop,
D., Drozdowski, T., Iauser, W., De
FIRST ROW - D. Heggan, H.
Scelso, W. Iuliucci, C. Koch, SEC-
OND ROW - R. Gatti, L. Bovo.
Cleft to rightj Ist ROW Gillin, J.,
Knighton, J., Farms, P., Brobst, R.,
McAllister, S., Westerby, T. 2nd ROW
Heggan, W., Long, H., Mr. Andariese,
Scelso, H., Perno, A.
Qleft to right, Ist ROW Arnold, J.,
Green, N., Reiley, B., McGuiness, S.,
Douvres, P., Mohr, F., Holt, E.,
Moore, A., DeSorte, J., Holt, J. 2nd
ROW Mr. DiBia.se, Palischak, C.,
Branam, D., Orchard, R., Neher, J.,
Ervin, B., Kelling, J., Hoffman, G.,
DePalma, P., DeLaurentis, V., Palla-
dino, J. 3rd ROW Kennedy, W.,
Arosomena, G., Aqueno, F., Turner,
K., Spinella, S., Lessig, B., Bulger, G.,
Harris, L., Piason, F., Schramrn, J.
4th ROW Young, D., Morrill, L., Sie-
bel, C., Worthington, L., Macarroni,
P., Hamilton, J., Jackson, B., Parker,
P., Koch, M., Hasselbusch, R., Lee,
N., Magill, C.
FIRST ROW L. to R. Hunterson, N.,
Mederi, D., DiGangi, T., Arnold, M.,
Hill, A., Wise, J., Osterdahl, W. BACK
ROW Butterfoss, W., Rodilosso, M.,
Pascht, E., Wichrowski, M., Renner,
D., Norcross, D.
Qleft to rightj Ist ROW Ware, D., Arose-
mena, G., Churchill, J., Bramante, J., Mr.
Weiler, Dean, S., Galaini, M., Bramante, F.,
Heggan, F., Macalusa, M., Brobst, J. 2nd
ROW Larsen, N., Mayberry, P., Hinch, E.,
Scelso, H., W-ooton, M., Doremus, D., Czap-
licki, T., Heckman, J., Hamilton, J.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Cleft to rightj Ist ROW LaVoice, L., Barkoff, R., Ald- Oliver, C., Alloway, V., Palichak, C. 4th ROW Weiss-
rich, M., Cr-oft, L., Alkazin, B., Sauro, E., Arnold, J., mann, C., Carl, G., Bergh, S., Brown, B., Meilli, C.,
Eddis, B., Townsend, B. 2nd ROW Grover, E., Ward, S., Hamilton, J., DeLaurentis, V. 5th ROW Pitcauage, J.,
Iuliucci, B., Lewis, T., Stallard, M., Redmond, C., Ross, D., Andress, A., Undercufler, B., Cowdright, J.,
Calabria, M., Sauser, M., Stecker, A. 3rd ROW Parslow, Tedesco, V. 6th ROW Mrs. Krone.
JUNIOR HIGH DRAMATIC CLUB
Left to right. Ixt ROW Good, M., Seppy, R., Stenson, Helfand, W., Mason, K., Lehner, M., Pierson, V., De
K., Esdale, C., Welner, A., Vennell, M., Marinelli, A., Sorte, V. 3rd ROW Harmash, O., Hand, B., Hand, R.,
Chapman, M., Tannahill, S. 2nd ROW Mrs. J. Jennings, Midure, A., Herzer, A., Zoppel, S., Harris, L., DeVivo,
Wooster, V., Cohen, R., Johansen, V., Tomasello, L., G., Mitchell, G., Sowers, J.
Ist ROW Reiss, L., Churchill,
J., Galani, M., Alotto, J.,
Dean, S., Brown, H., Bornbaro,
R. 2nd ROW Kennedy, W.,
Rodilosso, C., Ware, D., Mr.
DiBiase, Maccanoni, P., Ken-
nedy, L., Conley, C., Vitucci,
N. 3rd ROW Ligameri, S.,
DePalrna, J., Hinch, W., El-
ling, W., Sykes, J., Murray, E.,
Ist ROW.' Whitney, W., Wingert, K., Rodilosso, C., Sykes, J. 2nd ROW: Schenaky, E., Maffei,
R., Elling, W., Selse, H., D'arcange1lo, A.
cLuB l. .l
Left to right: Lee Toma-
sello, Phyllis Tarallo, Man,
Cooker, Linda La Voice, Da-
vid Cooker, Ken Baylock.
ERHS Student Council
Mr. 8: Mrs. James F. Wright
Mrs. Vera F. Timberlake
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Agnesino
Mrs. Edward P. Richie
Mrs. Louis V. Zoppel
Mrs. Alma E. Kauffman
Elizabeth M. Thomson
Mrs. Alma Barrow
Miss Barbara A. Leuthold
Mrs. Doris B. Salati
Mr. Thomas W. Loveland, Jr.
Mrs. Elma Rambo
Miss Viola M. Cribb
Miss Dorothy A. Wydra
Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Sagan
Mr. Paul Benoit
Mr. 8: Mr. Carl Schwartz
Mr. Vincent DeBiase
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wilmer F. Black, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph E. Johnson
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. W. Burns
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. Weiler
Dr. 8: Mrs. Charles C. Larsen
Mr. 8: Mrs. Chandler L
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent Ligameri,
Mr. 8: Mrs. Morrill
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Lang
Mr. Charles McCrossin
Harold 8: Marion Cowdright
Tom 8: Lydia
Chris 8: Judie
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. McHutchison
Dr. Edw. Rab, DDS
Dr. M. Wach, DDS
Mrs. Ester Deitz, R.N.
Miss Joan Murphy
Mr. Leonard Westman, Asst. Pr.
Mrs. Norma Gillman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Sullivan
Mr. George W. Lockwood
Mr. John Spitalieri
Vera K. Jacovelli
Miss Virgina Rose
. Walt Anderiese
. Armond T. Commorata
. Joseph Pino, Head Custodian
. Hannoh Henry, Board of Edu.
. 8: Mrs. Charles Kelling
Mr. 8: Mrs. Char
Mr. 8: Mrs. Hiram Davies
joe 8: Carol
Mr. Joseph DiStefano
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Simmons
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Cassady
Mr. 8: Mrs. Carville Benton
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Skammer
. 8: Mrs. Eugene Meili
Mr. 8: Mrs. Tom Carey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph MacNichol
Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Patterson
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Grisso
Carol and Jack
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Sarappa
Sp-4 John Sarappa
Mr. 8: Mrs. Marshall Ace
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin Hill
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Adair
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Iannaco
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Linden
Barbara and Johnny
Shirley and Richard
Mr. 8: Mrs. Andrew Masso
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Calabria
Mr. 8: Mrs. Nathan Moore
Mr. 8: Mrs. Maurice Tucker
Mr. 8: Mrs. Stanley Fillis
Esther and Ronny
ATCO LIONS CLUB
"BE THANKFUL You CAN SEE"
COMP'-IMENTS OF L.
JOSEPH STAGLIANO Rockwell 7-0516
"WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS
JACK'S ATLANTIC SERVICE
BERLIN ESSO SERVICENTER
White Horse Pike 8. Atco Avenue
Afeef New Jersey Proprietor - MARIO ALIBRANDO
"CALL FOR ALL KINDS OF SERVICES" 128 Whife Horse Pike
Phone: ROckweII 7-2909 Berlin, New Jersey
to the graduating class
of I960 and my sincere per-
sonal best wishes to all of my
many past Sociologystudents who now
depart Edgewood to face life with its count-
less problems. As the years go by keep in mind
that the hopes of the future lay in your educated and
MR. PAUL HIRSCHY
Social Studies Dept.
95 S. White Horse Pike, Berlin
FOR GREETING CARDS AND GIFTS, KNITTING YARNS AND ACCESSORIES
To the First Graduating Class
of Edgewood Regional High School
ROckweII 7-II68 EDNA M. WENTZ
FREE ESTIMATES 24 HOUR SERVICE
AL'S OIL BURNER SERVICE
PLUMBING AND HEATING
SALES - sERvlcE - PARTS
White Horse Pike
Atco, N. J.
PANGIA CONSTRUCTION CO.
White Horse Pike
Atco, New Jersey
Congratulations to the first
Graduating Class of Edgewood
Regional. Good luck in
everything you do!
THE AQUILA STAFF
WE WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS
ALL OUR THANKS TO OUR
PATRONS AND OUR ADVERTISERS
KEEP YOUR SAVINGS GROWING AT THE
ATCO SAVINGS AND LOAN
It's easy to save money once you start and get that habit of
doing it regularly. At ATCO SAVINGS AND LOAN you can
start with as little as 51.00, and add whatever you wish to your
savings, at any time
Twice a year, we'll add to your account too, at the annual
rate of 3 If2'X,, to make your savings grow much faster-come
in today and get started-you'll be glad you did.
Accounts Insured up to SI0,000
Atco, New Jersey
"CAMDEN COUNTY'S NEWEST SAVINGS AND LOAN OFFICE
TO EDGEWOOD'S FIRST GRADUATING CLASS
"THE CLASS OF '196O' "
FROM YOU R FELLOW-CLASSMATES
"I96O" EDGEWOOD GRADUATES
WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO
YOUR SUPPORT IN THE
EDGEWOOD BOOSTER CLUB
The Pa rent Teacher
take great pleasure in extending greetings
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF
and in wishing you continued success and a
and congratulations to you I
future of noble service and much happiness.
BEN'S BOYS' AND MEN'S WEAR
BERLIN FARMERS MARKET
I25,000 Square Feet of Bargains
PROP. FLOYD GIBERSON
GIBBY'S CUT RATE
Booth 232 Ladies Dresses Sportwear
Cosmetics and Pattern's and Tobacco Mctemnyis
Berlin, New Jersey
MIKE'S BETTER SHOES
"SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY"
Berlin Farmers Market, Shopping
Center, BerIin, N. J.
ATLANTIC SERVICE sTAT1oN OWN MAKE CHOCOLATE5
WATERFORD, N. J.
BERLIN, NEW JERSEY
H. J. PIPER
Garden State Feeds
Beacon Feeds Baby Chicks
Seeds and Fertilizer
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I-I x.""" 9 S. White Horse Pike
Berlin, New Jersey
For The Best In Service Go To
WEST BERLIN SERVICE CENTER
JIM 8- HARRY SMITH
AL'S AUTO SERVICE
Auto Repairs - 24 Hour Towing
ROCkweII 7'0575 D. A. Priestley Elm, N. J
l04 So. White Horse Pike, Berlin, N. J. If
Phone 7-0832 J
Take Out Orders Pizza Pies
GEET5- L. E. PANCIERA
Black Horse Pike 8. Sicklertown Rd.
lAt the Lightl
Italian 8. Sea Foods a Specialty
Phone: NA 9-7433
Cedar Brook, New Jersey
Phone LOgan l-4600
Farm Supplies, lnc. JOHN S. BELL
Quality Since 1893 FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Blue Anchor Road Cedar Brook, N. J. Williamstown New Jersey
I TE C0
f DISTRIBUTOR OF TEXACO PRODUCTS
- , J .. -
., 4? f FORTE'S FUEL SERVICE INC.
W White Horse Pike
, Atco, New Jersey
eats 8: Serv
ice for a Quarter Century
Bates 8. Bishop Avenue
Berlin, New York
. . WILLIAMSTOWN BOWLING
Cedar, Picket and Rustic Fences
B001 Boards - Posls 38 Washington Avenue
Williamstown, New Jersey
Waterford, New Jersey
X , iw, Rockwell 7-0740 ATCO BAKERY 81 DELI.
Atco Ave. 8. Church Street
Flowers for All Occasions Atco' New Jersey
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Route 73 Berlin, New Jersey e ep one
Sarah L. Moore Rockwell 7 0
BERLIN FARMERS MARKET "dx
Headquarters for 1 Aj PHOTOGRAPHY
Better Grade Women's and Sub-Teen 7 Slyled BY
Berlin, New Jersey
Phone ROckwell 7-2159
Personalized Service For
Lower Camden County
Member of Federal System
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
510,000 maximum insurance for each account
THE ATCO NATICNAL BANK
Atco, N. J.
' Sporting Goods
' Shoes for Entire Family
. Men's 8- Boys' Wear
' Work Clothes
' Toys 8. Novelties
Lindale Ave. 8-
ROckwell 7-0279 Complete Service
For All Makes of Cars
LEE'S AUTO SERVICE
All Work and Material Guaranteed
Leaman A. Lee, Prop.
Genuine Parts Used ln
3 Haines Ave.
Berlin, N. J.
Black Horse Pk. WIIIIOVHSIOWYM N- -I Factory Specifications
BEST WISHES IT L 7 EDGEWOOD 3 HR. CLEANERS
vous Q .
White Horse Pike
44 We Carry a Complete Stock of
White Horse Pike
Berlin, N. J.
Phone ROckwell 7-0287
Rental Service Available
Sal Buscemi Jr., Prop.
ERRERA'S SELF SERVICE
Pennington Ave., Waterford, N. J.
Meats - Groceries - Produce
OTT'S AMACO SERVICE STATION
Williamstown, New Jersey
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F A Sfffs - GRocERuEs - MEATS - com curs
Phone LOgan I-4695
Winslow, New Jersey
Joe Lombardo, Proprietor
7""" All Kinds of Repairs
3 Hr. Cleaning Service
1? BERLIN GULF SERVICE UNHED CLEANERS
West Berlin, N. J.
I23 White Horse Pike Specializing in Repair Work
Phone Berlin, New Jersey
Free Pick Up and Delivery
ADAMUCCI'S OIL COMPANY
White Horse Pike
Repairing and Towing
WHITE HORSE GARAGE
White Horse Pike
MELVIN'S LUNCHEON AND VARIETY STORE
Hoagies - Steaks - Meatball
Serving Breyer's Ice Cream
West Berlin, New Jersey
White Horse Pike Phone
Atco, New Jersey William T. Ikley ROckwell 7-9773
D0M'5 BARBER SHOP VALENTI'S MARKET
7 7 Q
L 124 while Horse Pike
Clementon, N. J.
Ii STerIing 3-8374 2 Barbers
Atco, N. J.
Phone: ROckwell 7-0471
Used - Truck - Tractor - Implement - Tires
TRIO TIRE SERVICE
Featuring Armor-Tred Retreading
Distributors of Dayton and Lee Tires
Phone 280 White Horse Pike
STerIing 3-6106 or 3-6107 Clementon, New Jersey
ROckweII 7-9877 i Tide Water
l X Petroleum Products
A. P. Madam, Prop. MIDILI'S SERVICE STATION while Horse Pike
Open 6:30 until ? Waterford, N. J.
' ' i DOUGHERTYS' FURNITURE STORE
Rt. 73 8- Harkers Ave.
- Berlin, New Jersey
ROckweII 7-0040 Terms
ROckweIl 7-I 526
SUPER RAY DRUG CO.
White Horse Pike 81 Taunton Ave.
BERLIN 5 81 IO
Berlin New Jersey
Best Wishes To Class "6O"
LeROY P. WOOSTER
White Horse Pike Phone
Atco, New Jersey ROckwelI 7-0539
"We Go Anywhere"
Phone: ROckwell 7-0852
GARDEN STATE FLOOR COVERING
59 West White Horse Pike
Berlin, N. J.
159 W. White Horse Pike Berlin, N. J. Linoleum - TIISS ' R095 8- Cmpels
Newspaper Facilities tor
Every Type of
Printing and Publishing
BREEZE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
4 West Taunton Avenue, Berlin, New Jersey
ROY'S GARAGE Phone LOgan 1-4218
II5 Main Street Logon l-0797
Williamstown, N. J.
Oldsmobile Sales 81 Service
General Automobile Repairing
Heating Systems Blue Anchor, N. J.
JOE'S ESSO STATION
NAiloncl 9-7820 Berlin New Jersey
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