Edison High School - Talon Yearbook (Edison, NJ)

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lion PRELUDEma Dear Alma Mater; hear us as we lift our voice in song. To pay our tribute to the school we’ll love forever long. Inside the classroom, on the field, success we won’t deny. We praise thee and we’ll always honor our dear Edison High. So hail Ahna Mater; shine bright O’ Red and Gold. Thy precepts we’ll cherish, throughout the many years untold. And when we join thy sons and daughters This is what we’ll sigh. We’ll e’er remember all you’ve taught us. Hail to Edison High. Words by Winston Hughes Music by Frederick WhitmanThe pattern» and concepts developed through one’s high school years arc the basis upon which lie builds his future. Here he is offered the opportunity to formulate his aims and prepare himself to fulfill a goal in life. These years also present the needed opportunity wherein the individual learns to accept the necessity of conforming to his society, community and associates. The individual learns to adapt his philosophy with that of his colleagues so as to become an integral part of Tiis group, while retain- ing his individuality. He learns to analyze, to question, to search, to co-operate, and finally, to contribute. He recognizes his need for adequate preparation and for extensive learning in the attaining of his aspirations. The high school years provide the foundation with which one may begin to build the castle of his dreams. Here one learns to “know himself” to the end that he may thus accelerate the process of intel- lectual growth. Here one, also, learns to develop self-discipline, the hallmark of a truly democratic mind. When each person in the world recognizes his responsibility to his associates and attempts to meet this challenge unafraid, then and then only, may the world look forward to ‘‘Peace in our Time.” A high school commencement is a time of mixed emotions. One of life’s vital milestones will have been reached and we would be remiss if we failed to acknowledge our gratitude to those who have made possible the attainment of this milestone. We owe a debt beyond repayment to our parents and educators. Each has contributed extravagantly to the moulding of our character and education. Without their advice, encouragement, perseverance and at times, their coercion, we would be incomplete and poorly defined caricatures of ourselves. These dedicated, interested, cooperative and selfless advisors show us, by their examples, what we must do in order to measure up to what they have every right to expect of us. We must dedicate ourselves and our futures to the principles that each has tried to instill. Thus, we may become worthy of the trust with which we have been blessed.Samuel D. White President John Thomas OFFICE OF THE BOARD Left to right: Mr». T. Ward, Mr . A. Lohse, Miss J. Lei . Mi»» M. Schneider. Seated: Mr». E. Hen- der on. I am happy to offer congratulations to the Class of 1965 of Edison High School and John P. Stevens High School. Your education and activities of these past four years in the inspiring atmosphere of your high school hold precious moments for you which will return only in pleasant memories of the scenes and places grown familiar to you and in the friendships and habits cultivated here. We are proud of you and of the many remarkable achievements of your Class in adding further distinction to your school. May your hopes and dreams of the past years be fulfilled and may health, happiness, and success be yours in abundance always. 5Joseph M. Ruggicri Superintendent s$clm in id Ira lion cl Jacu(h an Joseph C. Battaglia Assistant Superintendent May your “first” thoughts ami ener- gies be expended toward continued self- improvement so it can he said that the world is a better place because of your sojourn with us. Congratulations on your present achievements; this is the first step, and the future is in your hands. It is our sincere wish that you as in- dividuals achieve many more “firsts” as you go your separate ways. Charles A. Boyle Principal Leo F. Scanlon V ice-Principal Richard W. Jago Assistant Superintendent OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT Mr». W. Madison, Mrs. M. Kciscr. V HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE Mr». S. Goodman, Mr». E. Mercer, Miss E. Biro, Mrs. A. Tangolics, Mr . E. Smoliga. C. Joseph Masser Vice-Principal 8Helen B. Sallitt Dorothy M. Tipton Peter J. Kaltenborn Stephen G. Achaves Guidance Director William Rey MEDICAL STAFF Dr. Charles Gandek Dr. John R. Oros School Psychologist Harriet Millcman School Nurse Margaret Dc Men, R. N. yl Angela Sansotera Guidance Secretary 91 i  “Not the sun or the summer alone, but every hour and season yields its tribute of delight.”Social Studied John R. Anderson Maria S. Horvath Thomas Hye Chairman Albert P. Klein Fred R. Kuzma Beverly J. Lancz C. E. Muniz Paul A. Nuzzo A % e V' , v v6 H. C. Talarsky Robert W. Wimmer I'1 (j Carol QuinnSomlra Polkowitz Robert Post Chairman M. Tuttle Russell H. Wallace Shirley Walters Marion Yascnchak 13i sss'eo»soh mSnWPAI. BU11DIH0Donald E. Bleeke Beverly G. Brcitkopf Andrew P. Brown, Jr. Joseph Koslick 16 Arnold La Maestra Dorothy Lyons Eida M. Scotti C. Jack Coleman Chairman Blanche C. Lainprakos Donald G. Mcttlcr Helen L. Kolbay Marie Louise La Duca French German Latin Spanish English Mary Yamall 17Barbara Buck Richard J. Coughlin James DiNardo G. S. Williston, Jr. Chairman “The power of thought is the magic of the mind.” Rina B. Pakcnham Mary Ann Quardt Ellen Donahay ChairmanHerb Bopp Donald Flor John C. Libertazzo James Lynch Roger Munn Ruth C. Oese Terence Reilly Donald W. Robinson Chairman “Cherish the trade that thou hast learned and be content therewith.” Robert Chayko Winston Hughes Florence Korchin Maryann Mislavitz Barbara A. Mott Victor T. Zarrclli “Education is a teacher, experience is learning. 20pk1" Kcnnctli A. CarkhufT, Jr. Robert H. Coward Constance H. Dreycr Chris Gussis Athletic Director Carol Lee Hall Harold V. McAvoy Elizabeth W. Kerr Ed Priinka Ollie E. Smith Chairman George Valenti Permanent Substitute“Our life is like some vast lake that is slowly filling with the dream of our eyes. As the waters creep surely upwards, the landmarks of the Past are one by one submerged. But there shall always be memory to lift the head above the tide until its lake is overflowing.” Alexandre Bisson OVERTURECraig Robert Agans “To excel in athletics is good sportsmanship.” Rai.ph A. Ambrosio “Dexterity to lead a nimble life." Nancy S. Arbeiter “No one can be happy till all are happy.'' Barbara Jean Arway “Sweet is thy sound, sweeter thy voice.” Judith Ann Balazsy “Friends are not so easily made as kept.” Richard Allen Balint “Responsibility developed through hard work.” Kenneth S. Baltin “There can be no happiness if we do not believe in what 24 ice do.” Kerry I). Barr “Life is as carefree as a breeze.” Linda L. Barr “A bundle of sweetness in a package of charm.” Deanna F. Barrceco “There is a silence she has achieved.”Nancy Beach "The path of the happy is a shining light.” [A Peter Bence “The direction in which education starts will deter- mine a future life.” Abbie C. Becker Eucene Francis Bekus Frankie Bei.i.uscio “Blessed is she that con- sidereth others.” Beveri.ee Bernard “The hand that hath made her fair, hath made her good.” Lesli Ann Bialek "A ready smile and happy laugh make sunshine fol- low in her path.” Joseph Biro “To the young heart, every- thing is fun.” John Joseph Bi.air “With faith in yourself, others ivill believe in you.” 25Gail Elizabeth Bobal Frank Thomas Bocchi.no Theodore R. Boettcher Girard Boland “Thirst for knowledge is success ordained. “Tis not in mortals to com- mand success, but to de- serve it.” “Every joy is gain, and gain is gain, however small.” “Happiness is made to be shared.” Diane Louise Bolduc “On with the dance and may joy be unconfined .” John Franklin Boles “ in industrious mind and a warm heart mix well.” Barbara Anne Bomeisler “Popularity is her virtue, as a friend and a companion.” .Hannah Veronica Boyle “Of little traits, the human character is composed.” Pamela L. Bradshaw “Her mind is eager; her heart is true.” Gary Briant “Our hopes, like towering falcons, aim at objects in an airy height.” Kenneth I. Britz “The height of architecture is in simplicity.” Richard R. Brookes “The foresight to believe, the sincerity to understand, and the ability to do well.” 26Paula L. Buchholz Happiness adds and multi- plies as it is divided among others." Dane A. Brown “Pleasures afford more de- light when shared with others.” James C. Bryk "A drop of ivater and a grain of sand make a mighty ocean and a pleasant land." Barbara Buchanan “As we wander, pleasant memories we recall." John Joseph Calamoneri “A sure mind and a sound body are ingredients of a rewarding life." Anthony F. Calpin "He tv ho laughs to forget, never forgets to laugh." Patricia L. Camp “Art is not a thing; it is a 9t Susan Campbell “A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere.” 27Michael Joseph Cantarblla “A quiet man with many hopes.' Michael L. Casalino “Happiness is the height of his character.” Trent Catalusci An artist is a dreamer.' “Hazel eyes and light blonde hair, in her dress a stylish air. Melanie Marcarette Chelberc “Character gives splendor to youth.” Marie Chiavarini “The value of a good friend is infinite." Louise Chicchetti “ I soft smile and a gentle word.” Maryann Chmura “Sincerity is the sign of a generous heart." Lynda Grace Ciafarone “The pursuit of the perfect is the pursuit of light." 28Santo Cirri “Aptitude to try is the skill to dor Patricia Coi.by “There is great joy in hav- ing many friends.” Michael S. Corrican “Life without music is no life at all.” Sharon L. Cleveland “A flair for fashion at her fingertips.” Sandra Cf.cei.ia Cobb “Her happy, cheery way brightens every day.” Jeffrey J. Colburn “If worry is the cause of old age, he will be young for- Robert A. Coi.quiioun “Everything nourishes what is strong already.” Barbara Lee Connolly “Her corner of the room is always cheerful and sunny.” John Joseph Conry “His silence exceeds the speech of others.” Barbara Costa ‘7 am what I am, and so I shall be.” Christine Evelyn Covf.ney “A ready smile spells the way to a hearty success.” Kathleen Annette Cutrona “Mix reason with pleasure and tvisdom with charm.” 29Gail P. Dackkrmann “Education is a treasure and culture never dies.” Jeannette Amalia D’Aloisio “A golden voice fills her cup, and it runneth over” Janice M. Danburc “Humor, prerequisite to character.” Carol Ann Dailey “To be busy at something is well worthwhile.” Nancy “Books are the fort of the mind.' Charles D’Alliecro “A happy man with a warm heart.” Gary Dalton “There is satisfaction in a job well done.” William Russell Daniels “Every man is the architect of his own fortune.” Angelo Michael D’Amico “To some, phrases flow like silver water falls.” Patricia A. Da mm Carole S. Davis “A sweet disposition is the sign of a friendly soul.” Liberty Df.llas “Champagne of ener g y, bubbling with inexhaustible good nature.” “A friend is one who has our best interests at 30 Catherine E. Dennis “An air of calmness with a peace of mind.” Linda M. DeSantiS “Her eyes of brilliance are filled with mischief and funr Jo-Ann DiCintio “Supreme happiness is the conviction that tve arc loved Joseph Georce Domolki “In silence there is north.” DiRienzo Francis DiTommaso II “To be different comes nat- urally.” EE- YAA RAIDERS “An infectious giggle, a mis- chievous grin; a winsome smile . . . all hearts to win.” WlI.LI.IAM DoNACHY “Art is composed of the highest moments of qual- ity.” “A firm, honest leader guides the way to prosper- ity.” Alice M. Donnelly “In her character there is charm.” Gordon Richard Drysdale “Integrity and knowledge are useful implements of success.” Susan Drobach “Those move easiest who have learned to dance.” Jacqueline Ducey “Loyalty and love she gives her friends.” 31Virginia Ann Duda “Beauty and truth arc wor- thy to be sought.” Elizabeth Florence Duo AS “Silence is the element of tvhich great things are fa- shioned.” Norman H. Dunham “I never think of the future, it comes soon enough.” Geraldine Theresa Dzuban “Ever advancing toward a brighter goal.” Mark L. Dzuban “He loves his fellow crea- tures.” Joanne Eic “There's mischief and laugh- ter lurking in her eyes.” Ralph D. Ellis “A spirit superior to every weapon.” Robert A. Ellmyer “Happiness added to life is the giver of joy.” John Wesley Enoch, Jr. “Success in a chosen field is n goal attained.” 32 Judith Ann Faas Paula Faraci Ba arxSusan Eskinazi “Speech is the mirror of the “Mind cannot folloiv nor “Humor is the marvel soul.” words express her infinite life.” charm.” ofCelia A. Farkas “No greater delight than being conscious of others.” Kathleen Jane Farkas “A flower of beauty on a stem of grace.” Kathy Fercuson “She has daily beauty in her life.” Christopher J. Fessey “The secret of success is in constancy of purpose.” Ellen Frances Finnerty “Like a ray of sunshine, cheerful and bright.” Marvin E. Friedman Stanley A. Funicelli “He drives down the road of “He expresses himself life.” through music; his thoughts ring loud and clear.” William A. Fox “To love the game beyond the prize.” “The tvorld is brighter be- “Experience is the universal cause of her brighter tvorld.” Mother of Science.” 33Gayle Terri Gardner “Nothing is impossible to a tvilling heart.” Judith Lee Garfield “Sing out your words of honesty” Richard Robert Garland “Every man is a book, if you wish to read him.” Robert Gates “A man is determined by his merit.” Ruth Helen Gibson . . and simple truth her utmost skill.” Margaret I.cUUnIGIEbkr “Success is her pedestal and happiness her crown.” “Communication of your ideas is as important as the ideas themselves.” John William Glace “He learns to live in life's hard school.” Elizabeth L. Glidden “ I warm heart and a goal in life.” Kent Harold Glines ”A sense of humor and a spark of wit which gains force as it grows.” William J. Godwin "His character is fulfillment of everyone's fortune.” 34Susan SheerinGoLd 'A gay and happy lass full • mirth and merriment.” John B. Gorman “Our patience tvill achieve more than our force” Rufy Mari.ene Goldberg “Small and bubbly like a woodland stream." PhS LlisiB. Goldstein ‘Success witljfuide her foot• teps as she walks the path Jo Ann V. Govern ale “She appears a goddess in her walk.” Ann Phyllis Gretkowski “She lives the merry life she loves” Judith Bodel Gray “A tender heart and a mer- ry smile.” Isabel Madeline Grammatica “A dance is measured pace as a verse is measured speech.” Gayle E. Grieshiemer “To dance is her greatest desire.” Lawrence John Groom “Every man is a master of his success.” James G. Guarlni “He is well paid that is satis- fied.” Frank Anthony Gulotta “Honest men fear neither light nor dark.” 35Kevin B. Gunninc “Science is a gain to all man- kind” Richard James Hacgerty “Confidence is the basis of success." Linda Mae Hai.l “To teach is to raise the thought and touch the heart" heart." Elaine Hansmann “Beauty is as beauty does and she does beautifully." Kenneth E. Harned, Jr. “Skill and confidence are an unconquered army." Allen E. IIarhican “Knowledge is better kept than lost." ) Loretta Ann Hart “Her purity of heart is re- flected in her eyes." “Simplicity is the tion of her good taste. Kent Hall “Writers have great influ- ence in the public mind." 36I Lorraine Mary Hearon “Achievement is the essence of a happy life." O Carolyn M. Hf.witt “The desire to help others is a worthy trait." Robert Holler “Silence is the wise mans best reply." Robert Hentsciiel “JVo seed shall perish which the soul hath sown." Janet Susan Heranney “Laugh and the world laughs with you." Katherine Hettich "With sincerity as her key, she will unlock the door to a better world." Linda Sue Hodcetts “When you make us happy, you make us good." James E. Hewitt “A calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age " Mary Hoffman “Let me savor the color of joy and the merry side of life." James Anthony Holloway “A winning combination of sportsmanship and scholar- ship." Barbara Ann Horne “Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul." Patricia L. Horrocks “The essence of perfection with a pink and white com- plexion." 37Mary Jeanne Horvath “In your patience possesses ye your soul.” Laura Jean Jeter “Society, friendship, and love bestowed upon her.” Peter Hummel “Wisdom—the conqueror of fortune.” Roseann Humphrey “The line of perfect econo- my is the line of beauty.” Diane Marie Igro “Her mind is eager; her heart is true.” James H. Jones, Jr. “The better part of mans education is that which he gives himself.” Richard M. Kady “Ambition climbs the lad- der of success.” William Kady, Jr. “A wise man will make more opportunities than he 38 finds.” Bruce J. Kalman ‘'Small opportunities are of- ten the beginning of great enterprises.” Helen Kavity ”IVe make and measure hap- piness ourselves.” Robert Michael Kelley “The air of music is always around him.”“Silence is the herald of j°y” Charles Earl Kinnersley “Mirth and fun shine through the day” “It is a cheering thought to think.” “Life is her college, happi- ness her degree.” William Kenneth Knapp Leona Marie Koelsch “The service and content- ment of friends is what mat- ters most.” “Nothing is achieved before it is thoroughly attempted.” “Success in mechanics in- volves much work.” Harold Roger Klouser • “Talent is doing easily what others find difficult.” Sharon Lee Kovatch “A grain of gaily seasons ev- erything.” Gloria Jeanne Krupa “Music is a feeling, not a sound.” Andrew Anthony Krysinel “Attempt much and succeed well.” John Patrick Ksenzakovic “Goals are achieved by de- termination.” 39Linda Kuker “Sing away sorrow, cast away care.” Thomas A. Kupko “A man with a mint of hu- mor.” jrfl » Tony Kuypers “The essence of sports rules high above all.” I Nancy J a Notion ‘An all nrmnitfAlrA will smile for all.” ' ? a Bernard Paul Lanoue ‘Success — a thing forever. Alfred C. Larson 'A good sport with a con- tagious smile.” px Catherine Ann Lauber 'Patience is the remedy of II ills." Jeffrey P. Lawlor “jVo truly great person ever, thought himself so.” J John Lenhart “Judge a man by his ques- tions rather than by his an- swers.” Leo Vincent Leisf. III “Every mans fortune molded by his character." Sai.i'if. Leonard A “Faith and music build a bridge from this world to the next.” Alice A. Leone 1 ”A happy face will face a happy life.”“In the hands of a discov- erer, medicine becomes a heroic art .” “Patience is the art of wait- ing.” “A sense of humor and am- bition are his for success.” Gail Ruth Lit win “Goals are attained by will- power." Karen Joyce Lohse “No legacy is as rich as hon- esty.” great teas ever without enthusi- Walter Loftus unto others as you tvould have others do unto you.” Edward S. Lorincz “The pleasantest things shall wait for me.” Kathleen D. Lounsberry “Youth is to all, the glad season of life.” Martin Matthew Lund “Talk happiness, the world is sad enough.” Ann R. Lorincz “Put more trust in nobility of character than in an oath.” Florence J. Lyke “Born with the gifi laughter.” iJ 411 I Rosalie M. Madarasz “Sweetness of disposition charms the soul.” Elizabeth Ellen Madaras . “Every shining color is a part of truth.” Richard L. Mailler “He sees the world as one boundless reach of sky.” Maryann Elizabeth Lynch “Her pleasant way icalk a happy path.” Sharon Marie Lynch “Those having torches will pass them on to others.” Glenn Maindelle “Knowledge of the outdoors is reivarding.” Kenneth Hugh Maire “An interest in sports has special qualities all its own.” Frank Joseph Malkiewicz “A man of cheerful yester- days and confident tomor- 42 rows.” Frank A. Malyska “The friends of my friends are my friends.” Gloria Bariiara Manouso “Her intelligence and per- sonality are a winning com- bination.” Vincent Marano “Package of power, seen and heard.”Allen J. Marcy “A mechanical mind will take one far." Judith Margolin "Success and happiness will shine for years to come.” Ramon Marrero, Jr. “Art never expresses any- thing but itself.” Thomas A. Martin “Knowledge is to education as sports is to life.” William R. Martin "The beacon of understand- ing shall light the worUI for- ever.” Richard John Mattif. “ 'Tis the privilege of art to play a cheerful part.” Janicf. A. Mayercik “It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally nice.” Charles A. Maxwell, Jr. “Of every noble work, the silent part is best.” Edith Mayhew “Friends make life worth- while.” Nancy C. Mayo “Truth and understanding are of her many virtues.” Patricia Ann Mazanoski “Silence speaks the elegance of the eyes. Patricia Marie Mazzarella “A secretary’s job involves a tvinning personality.” 43Joseph Miko, Jr. “Humor is gravity concealed behind jest.” Carolyn G. Miller “Joy is not in what she sees, but in herself.” Robert E. Miciialski “Ambition may well be the father of virtue.” Gf.orce W. Mieczkowski “Still water runs dee ), but oh that undercurrent.” John J. Miller Dennis J. Miller “Happiness is found in serv- ing one's country.” Robert L. Miller “Hitch your wagon to a star.” Sharon L. Miller “The greatest simplicity has the best results.” Eucenk Robert Minard “Better to debate a question, than to settle it without-de- bate.” Roy Joseph Minnerly “Silent when there is need, and speaking in season.” 44Lucille Ann Minchwarner “Work, like learning, is a virtue.” Patricia Katherine Molchan “Silence is a jewel, but sol• dom worn so well.” Linda Joann Molineaux “Attitude determines the course, of life” “A maid of mirth and mild- ness.” Maryann Mullan “Life's fullest reward is hap- piness.” Walter Georce Mllvihii.l, Jr. “To know is nothing; to imagine is everything.” John James Murphy “The days that make us hap- py, make us wise.” Richard Anthony Mondi “Curiosity is characteristic thinking souls.” William F. Murphy “Every man endeavors to fulfill his goal.” 45Phyllis My er Gail MacDonald Tari Lynn McGuire Mary Anne McPartland “How rich arc they that have patience.” “Happiness enough to fill each hour of every day.” Sharon Lee Nahama “Humor is the mistress of happiness.” “Full of sweetness, fun, and “Quiet her air, charming giggles her grace. Linda Nacy “A sterling character proves itself with self-reliance.” Louis R. Nacy “Initiative is the start of that which lies ahead.” Claire Anne Naroskie “A calmness of spirit and a world of other blessings.” Edwina Josephine Navatkoski “Always smiling and willing 46 help.” Barbara Joan Neff “Life's race well run; lifers work iveil done.” Joel K. Neimark Roberta Nelson “Chance favors the prepared “Ambitions find such joy.” mind.”Lawrence J. Normant “Science carries the inquisi- tive mind into zones oj speculation." Joan F. Nemeth 'A smile to brighten every r4, » Nicholas E. Nitch “ 1 future chemist growing in our midst. Rita Ellen Iyumerof “An inquiring mind with a M true spark of life JCOSELfepW MARV IN LCENT that never pretends, eyer offends." Donna Novak “She is a good friend that doth thee good." Larry Nelson Oliver “Don't buy headaches un- less you have to." J. Kirby O’Malley “The merit of originality is not novelty, but sincerity." William N. O’Malley “Nothing astonishes men like common sense and plain dealings." Daniel Robert O’Neill “The spring of honesty; the root of virtues lie in a good education." 47Patti Lynn Osiecki “Friendship to many, good will to all. Patricia Marie "What takes our merits our esteem." heart. Frederick Pacicca “Man does not live by bread alone." 7 Joy L. Pallay “There is beauty in the art of life." Linda Marie Palulis “A friendly girl ivho likes to please." Elaine Veronica Pandoli "As the sun colors flowers, her spirit colors life." Elaine M. Pardun "All her work is done with ease." Stephen Pastor "Simplicity of character is an asset to superior intel- lect." Gwendolyn M. Pastorelli "Happy is she who finds joy in song." Christine Marie Paul "Smile and the world smiles with you." 48Michael Peter Pavlocak Karen Leah Pearson “Whatever he does, he does “Science is the labor and with all his might." handicraft of the mind." “Happy is she who finds the joy in life." Geraldine Frances Petz “Genuine eloquence of sin- cerity." Eileen Mary Penny “Sufficient golden silence to be twice a millionaire." B»vX fc OC ow y» - John L. Pfeil “Men are not measured by a ruler, but by feats." Bruce Perkel “One picture speaks a thou- sand words." Patricia A. Pimbell “Beauty, charm, and finesse are all constituents of suc- cess." Alexander James Pirchio "It isn't whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game." Mitchel Paul Pitra “Progress is the laiv of life." David Plotkin "Self-trust is a prerequisite of success." 49 “Her recipe; a little pepper and a little spice in a cup of sugar.” Sharon L. Povolo “Every shining color is part of truth” 0 A Kathleen Mary Powers “The benefits of fortune are common among jriends.” Dorothy J. Prill “As kind and cheerful as the sun, sweet and nice to every- one.” Richard Przytula “An attempt is to success, as fire is to light.” Robert Ratoff “Much can be gained from the outdoor life.” Catherine T. Rektenwald “To live, work, and serve the future.” George Rektenwald “To desire true friendship is essential for happiness.” Mark Jay Richman “His integrity and candor are the backbone of his hon- or.” Harry Puclisi “Work is a seed sown; it grows and spreads, and sows itself anew.” Benjamin Radach “Hard ivork is the founda- tion of accomplishments.” Joanne Ratchford “Her heart delights injpn.' 50Doris E. Rieth “A cheery smile and a help- ing hand.” Richard Rivell “A man is his own star.” Norma J. Rodriguez “Silence is the genuine elo- quence of sincerity.” Lawrence M. Rosenfeld “He that hath patience may compass anything.” Stuart E. Rosenfeld “Man was formed for socie• y” Penny Rylka “A rider unequalled; sportswoman complete.” David L. Rowe “Great thoughts are like great deeds, thcyyiecd no trumpet.” James G. Russell “He answered the call of the West” Robert Rynone, Jr. “Friendship is the most pre- cious boon to man.” Mildred Ann Rybaczewski “She'll brighten every day, smiling, laughing, and al- ways gay” John Joseph Salley “He has half the deed done who has made a beginning.” 51Frank Michael Salvemini “The world is made for fun and frolic.’ Betty Sanders “Friendly acts doth she ad- mire. Casimer Charles Sarnicki “A ivilling 'nature which lends a helping hand. Cynthia Margaret Saul “With a smile on her face and a song in her heart. Georce R. Schneider “That which is worth doing, is worth doing tcell. ’ Henry Frank Schneider “Knowledge is the action of the soul. ' Nancy Lee Schreiner “Happy is she who is con- tent.' Jo Ann Schulman “Like a newborn star, she shines with true brilliance.’’ Susan Kay Schultze “Sparkling as sunshine, but much more effervescent.’ 52William S. Schumacher “Education has for its object the formation of the charac- ter.” Victor L. Schuster John R. Scordinsky Karen J. Secalini 'Sports gives a person a spe- “Prove all things, holding f' “Her humorous disposition t l f A •«• ll' l I a | I ■ . ■» 1 f ciaZ reward." v vS) "'Wcfc “ U u a frae delight.” Ronald S. “JTAy should be?" all labor Alexander Shurak Fortune smiled his way.” fruit is sweet." but the Pamela Marqueritte Shebel “Manners—the flower of a truly noble character.” Ingrid R. Sievert Robert Thomas “Like a flower, she radiates Sinnickson in silence." “Wisdom consumed in con- fidence." Francis Arthur SlNSHEIMER “Raise the sails and catch the winds of destiny” Stephen Francis SlNSHEIMER “A zest for life, regardless of all else.” 53Harry Sitren “True humor issues smiles which last longer than laughter." Richard Michael Skoba “IP’e judge a man according to his ways." Sonia L. Slobodian “An understanding and friendly nature." .. And one saw in her the light of compassion." Jacqueline Marion Smith “The price of tvisdom is above that of rubies." Linda Lee Smith “A sunny style is her gar- ment of gladness." Patricia Ann Smith “Vibrant with energy and the will to succeed." Robert E. Smith “The wise are never ivithout friends." Marianne Linnea SODERSTROM “Wisdom and goodness are twin born." Michael V. Slovinsky “A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend, life is too short." Mark Smith ‘7 have taken all knowledge to be my province." Ronald C. Solebello “Where there is music there is no time for mischief." 54 Mdm Paul J. Spa venta "He holds the golden key to the door of friendship." John F. Sperry Joyce Maria Stadler Nancy Jean Staples Like a canoe ride .. . pleas- “Content turns all it touches “Music has charms alone for ant and easy-going. to gold." Lynne Kay Stenner “Elegant as simplicity and warm as ecstasy." Victor C. Stepina “The social, friendly, honest man fulfills nature’s fore- most plan." Louise Elizabeth Stedronsky “Her heart: a treasure of sincerity anti friendship." Frances V. Steinmetz "A heart with room for every joy." Carol Lillian Stevens “Manners arc the fruit of loyal nature and of noble mind." Maureen E. Stevens “Good will is a mighty force in the universe." Paul Gary Stevens W or th w h i I e accom plish- ments spur success." Davis A. Stewart "He will achieve success who has lived well and laughed often." 55Harry R. Stockton "To youth I have but one word of counsel—work." Jeffrey St. Leon “Behind rest and recreation belies deep thought." 1 Marie Arlene Takacs “A happy thought for every hour." Janet Ann Strawbridce "Be to her virtues very kind James R. Sulliman “A faithful man has a strong defense" Veronica Ann Streeter “The future belongs to those who prepare for it." Arleen Marie Sullivan “A little, work and a little play goes a long way." D. Gary Stryker “Character is the judge of fortune" Bonnie J. Sutton "A degree of happiness which ivarms the heart." Diane Tarvin “Sweeter than any song.' James Michael Taylor “Advancement and achieve- ment through s[ orts." Elizabeth Ann Terzino "It is a difficult undertaking to try to please everyone." 56Anthony Thomas “Music is composed of rhythm and tempo.” William Thomas “Content with the present ivhat e'er it may be.” William Thompson “The individual is an im- portant part of society.” :rta Irene Thomsen Roberta IreW: Thomsen “A bouquet of gentleness, generosity, and happiness.” Neil Thomas Tobiasson “Character is the imprint in the sands of time.” Sean M. Tooker “No honest man ever re- pented his honesty.” Michael W. Thorpe “A building of faith on a strong foundation.” William P. Thornton “There is no index of char- acter so sure as the voice.” Katherine R. Toth “Calmly she pursues her Louis Robert Trenta “Liberty of thought is free- dom of the mind.” Ira H. Trepper “IFe build the ladder by which we rise.” 57Donna Lynne Tuers “Make the most of today and forget about tomorrow' Kathleen Vallbly “Good humor is the health of the soul.” Joseph Vaccaro “A gentleman ioho acts the part.” Arleen J. Varady “Silence is as deep as eterni- ty; talk is as shallow as Jeanne Andrea Varga “Sweet and fair with a dim- ple here and there.” Vbnetta R. Vircili Do.menica Ann Vitucci “Vivacity and vitality make “Be loyal to true friends.” her the spice of life.” Calmon Voice “A fellow of determination and uncoined constancy.” Garrett W. Voorhees “Example is the school of mankind; he tvill learn at no other.” Helen Veisz “There is nothing worth winning but laughter and the love of friends.” Linda Marina Viel “The sincere alone can rec- sincerity.” 58KATHLEEN ANN WALCZAK “Put on her garments of gladness.” William Thomas Walsh “Bravery never goes out of fashion.” Janice Marie Ward “A joyous heart makes a happy day.” Judith Lynn Weiler “Spontaneous content is a natural joy.” Sheila Ann Weeks Ronald A. Warner “Good nature is more agree- able than wit.” V Susan Theresa West “Happiness is a virtue en- vied by all.” Suzanne Marie White “Beauty without grace is a hook ivithout bait.” James Whyte “Success has crotvned his efforts.” Florence Helen Wiccins “A girl of whom all speak welly and justly so.” Joy K. Williams “0, be my friend and teach me to be thine.” 59Lorraine E. Williams “Music rates an enjoyable pastime.” Roger N. Wolfe “The horn of the hunter is heard on the hill.” Sharon Lee Williamson “Nothing is little when felt with great sensitivity.” Karen J. Wilson “A girl with mathematical speed will rapidly achieve her goal.” Claudia Ann Worthington Walter S. Wrobel “Nothing endures but per- “Better the last smile than sonal quality.” the first laugh.” Milton Bruce Williams “Physical excellence is as important as academic ex- cellence.” Nathan E. Wise “To set a goal and strive to achieve is a worthy thing.” Lorraine Ann Wisniewski “Fun-loving and gay ivith dancing eyes to see her I Peccy Ann Wilson “The purity of her heart is reflected in her eyes.” Alan J. Wolenter “Personality persists in a gay frame.” Richard Joseph Wisniewski the ideas ftGf.orcettk Ann Yates Lawrence M. Yost “Laughter is a good begin- “He has gained who has ning for friendship.” , mingled profit tvith plea- C Joseph Robert Zardavets “Amusements and happiness fill his hours ’ Barbara Eileen Zaloca Diane M. Younc “Gentle of speech, benefi- cent of mind.” Linda Carol Ylhas Joyce Lynne Zeller “Style is the dress of beau- ty•” Alexis Zdunek “On her tongue is the law of kindness.” Vincent Calandruccio Not Pictured Juanita Jean Zotti “Only deeds give strength to life.” Robert A. Zukauskas “Speech both conceals and reveals the thoughts.” Eugene Robert Zvolensky “The rare combination of athlete, friend, and good fellow.” Marc K. Zweic “True friends and ambition will make his life worth- while.” 6leniory Jn “And, when the stream Which overflowed the soul was passed away, A consciousness remained that it had left, Deposited upon the silent shore. Of memory, images, and precious thoughts, That shall not die, and cannot be destroyed. Ronai.d E. Marek January 27,1947 — December 23, 1961 Senior Class Officers I-eft to right: Mr. A. LaMacstra, class advisor; Sharon Nahama, treasurer; Barbara Eskinazi, recording secre- tary; Fred DiRienzo, president; Joan Ryno, vice-presi- dent; Linda DeSantis, corresponding secretary.$.p.S. ScU Wifi, %nJ W. etnoried “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. And sorry I could not travel both.” We came to a fork in the road and many of us longed to travel both paths. Although the divided road separated us from our former class- mates, the goals of each path are the same. The fruits of opportunity arc growing along the roadside and as we gather the blossoms, we pave the road for a good today and a better tomorrow. Time moves forward. Our lives and interests are expanding. Each decision made is another milestone on the road of life. New friends and associations become part of the world that awaits us. “Yet knowing hoiv way leads to way, doubted if I should ever come back.” To our former classmates, we extend the congratu- lations of our Mother School, Edison High. LChristine Ahrams Betty Adams Rossic Mac Alexander Diane L. Anthony Edward Ellis Arozamcna Albert Arrighi Jim Milton Asprocolas Thomas A. Bachurek Martin Alexander Faith Bang Bacon Bruce Belowich Judy Marie Barone Ronnie Lee Beeber Nancy Jean Boeddinghaus Wyatt Benner Susan Jane Borland Celeste Frances Bove Susan Diane Bowman 64 Carol Anne Boyder Stephen Robert Brown Kathleen Marie B ruderer Beverly Bryant Caesar Bryant Jerry Richard Buehler Burlew Harriet Nadine Burns Adda Marie Burrows Frances J. Butkiewicz John Wayne Cacciola Toni Marie Cacciola Suzanne Pearl CadmusDavid Raymond Campion Linda Louise Cappclla Catherine Andrea Cariste Roy Carey Helen Carlson Cheryl Ann Cash Evelyn Chaab Janis Lyn Chesnut Ronald George Choma Debbie Cobbs Phillip Cichetti David Clark Michael Allen Collazo Walter Francis Conner April Ann Corniaci Robert Coviello Richard John Davidson Lynn Carol Curcio Cheryl Ann Daly Claire Marie Crosson 66Jerome Henry Davis George Raymond Ronald Anthony Richard Carl DeMatteo Decker DeMarco Gregor)' Edwards Howard Faber Gar)' Michael Farinich Alexander Farinick Linda L. Farkas John Edward Fazekas Thomas Fee James Scot Finne Nate Garguilo Lana Jean Ford ■ urn John Fylypusuk Patricia Ann Gans 67John Charles Geiger Ann Louise Gilman Linda Joan Glchocki Carolyn Gojanovich Nancy E. Grazide Rosalind Miriam Gottlich Linda Katherine Grantland Gary F. Gonzales David Roy Grihhc Wayne Griffin Linda Lee Grotovsky Judith Anne GrowneyPatricia Kathleen Ilauck Carol Jean Henderson George Herkert John William Heward vv , - , - ir Gar)' J. liudasko Robert G. Huether 1 James Kenneth Humen William A. Hollenback Alan Michael Jorgensen Susan Mary Kane Judith Ann Kasner Raymond Wayne | KearneyJames Richard Kchcl Oliver Ken Kenen Thomas Henry Edward Ilarny Kiliyanski Kisiclcwski Linda Mary Koehler George Konopsky Dennis Kopik Nancy Lynn Kovacs Carol Ann Kramer Marilyn Kruszcwski Steve Albert Kucinski Stephen William Kulha 70 Mary Margaret Lawler Robert J. La .ur Robert Letso Mark Lawrence LevAnna Locacio Judith Ann LoPrcte Raymond Vincent Linares Barbara Jean Lovett Mark Royal Lybcck Linda Ellen Magnicr Richard E. Malkus Gary E. March Dominick William Kenneth Thomas Eileen Martin Marchitto Martcnsen Danny Lee Masters Joseph J. Mates Gayle Arlene Mathiasen April Susan MayJoseph Mennuti Thomas Merritt Gregg Mickulick Victoria Mary Mika Barbara Dorothy Miller Gary John Misko Carol Elizabeth Moran Margaret Mary Mizenko Roland Joseph Morel Lorraine Annette Morin Patricia G. Moroz Nancy Beverly Mraz Bernhard Muckchnann Glen Edward Mueller 72Glen Albert Nelson James Edward Noone Karen Lee Nuber Gary Lee Okun Thomas Eugene Oneil Susan Karen Ostergaard Ronald Luther Owens Ellen Catherine Page Brent Neil Papi Valerie Ann Paradowski Nancy G. Parks Dennis Pasteka Jeffrey Peake Carol Ann Marie Perri Bonnalea C. Petersen Anthony George PetuskeyArlene Faith Posner Patricia Jacqueline Powers ary Louise Pulcine Ronald Joseph Rachel Lynne Rackley Richard Joseph Janet Ann Reheck Randazzo Brenda Reid Marjorie Allyson Reid Edward Rcincczky, Jr. Richard Kenneth Rcybok Virginia Jo Rose Richard Roscnof Peter George Rossi Paul J. Rothrauff 74Matthew Loui SanAngclo Kathleen Schcid Linda Elaine Schcndorf Diane Schneider Jane Kathleen Schumann Sydney Grace Simpler Barbara Ann Sila»i Eleanor Ann Smink I Patricia Ann SheridanPatricia Kathleen Stumpf Lawrence Jerome Gail E. Svarrer Nancy Ann Swallick Surretsky Georgette Swidcrski Anthony Tagliarcni William Stephen Takacs Patricia Helen TartzaEmery Tompkins Ronald Emery Toth Stephen J. Toth Judy Trent Rae Trumhatorc Irene Kay Tsarios Helene Ann Turowski Michael W. Urbanek Constance Beverly Valla Joseph Edward Valocsik Marie Elizabeth Vandcrstar Marshall Richard VanDoren Robert Alan Varone Rosemarie Jean Vaticano Sandra Lee VanScoy Michael A. Varone Elaine J. Whealton Pearl E. White Donald Vis Robert C. WalshWilliam Basil Yannaricllo Stanley Andrew Wolcnski Nancy Lee Yelencsics Marie Yetman Ann Louise Zimmerman Catherine Ann Wiley Lawrence Wilkens Barbara Ann Wira Bradley Francis Zipp Edward Wayne Zolina NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Nancy Atwood Jim Chohanitik James Gronhack Stephen Monsuori Ronald Shwiner Anthony Usefara 78junior P . “Dear old songs for ever new; Some true love, and laughter too; Pleasant wit, and harmless fun, And a dance when day is done. Music, friends so true and tried, Whispered love by warm fireside, Mirth at all times all together. Make sweet May of Winter weather.”“Oh Lachic, you know we care.” junior “THE HASTY HEART” Directed by Bert Katz The Cast Orderly Paula Muller Tonic Mark Dzuban Digger Jim O’Dell KM ---------------------------John Blair Blossom James Brockington Tommy Chria Larson Margaret Jo Ann Sehulman Colonel Ken Baltin Lachlen Gene Minard “Here Blossom.” “Made in Scotland—it says,- aPPy birthday.”“Good Old Atwater.' “I am going to find a girl, someday.” “And this is President Witherspoon.” “LEAVE IT TO JANE” Directed by Miss Carolyn Dolinich The Cast OUU Mitchell------------------------------John Blair Matty McGowan . Steve Sin heimer “Stub” Talmadge Jim O’Dell “Silent" Murphy ........... Mark Dzuban Peter Witherspoon -......... Gene Minard Bessie Tanner Sallie Leonard Flora Wiggins Vcnetta Virgili Howard Talbot Mark Fiseh Jane Witherspoon Jo Ann Sehulman Hiram Bolton ................... Ken Baltin Billy Bolton Angelo D’Amico Hon. Flan Hicks Boh Kynone “Bub” Hicks Bob Smith Flossie Watson ----- Barbara Eskinazi COEDS: Sally Gwen Pastorclli l.oiclla Judy Garfield Bertha Jeanette D’Aloisio Cora Jo Ann Eichcrt Josephine Sharon Kovatch Martha Peg Gieber Constance ---------------------Sue Schultz Margaret Celia Parkas Susan Judy Margolin Laura Laurel Kimclman STUDENTS: Dick McAllister Sean Tooker Jim Hopper Jim Taylor "Happy" Jones Ken Baltin Herbie Smith John Calamoneri •Senior “Leave it to Jane.”“Athletics are to honor the individual athlete because of his real value to the community as a stimulus to physical exercise and to exalt feats in a healthy competitive spirit.” DIVERSIONMr. Gussis Athletic Director 86 Joseph Miko, President of Stu- dent Council, opens dedication ceremony.VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 1964 First Row, Left to Right: C. Bradley, A. Holloway, F. DiRienzo, F. DiTommaso, C. Minnig, E. Nemeth, B. Ryno, T. Knoeble, V. Schuster, A. Pirchio, C. CarkhufT, coach. Second Row: F. Wicngart, G. Jaffe, W. Loftus, W. Pollex, R. Rusnork, H. Morgan, M. Wojak, S. Schuster, G. Zvolcnsky, co-captain. Third Row: F. Redd, trainer; T. Calpin, manager; F. Pickett, R. Colquhoun, manager; B. Williams, T. Sor- ren on, manager; B. Fox, K. Hewitt. K. Logan, S. Malinowsky, L. Bonalsky, M. Nuzzo, C. Agan», J. Hanley, S. Pearson, J. O'Leary, coach; II. McAvoy, coach. Fourth Row: S. Mazolick, K. O’Malley, J. Hewitt, co-captain; S. Pcltc, J. Casalc, E. Pryor, M. Creed, L. Yo»t. FJim Hewitt Tackle Co-Captain The Eagle Varsity struck a key note of deter- mination at the opening “kick-off” for 1964. The Edisonites ran into the toughest schedule in Eagle history. In sp’itc of these circumstances and an unsuccessful season, the Eagles provided many impressive plays; however, the Eagles are proud of their offspring J.P.S. who closed with a winning season. Kirby O’Malley End Larry Yost Center Bill Fox End Vic Schuster End John Casalc Tackle Fran DiToinmaso Guard Edison 0 — 0 FOOTBALL SCORES Thomas Jefferson Opp. 26 14 13 33 13 - 46 7 13 13 29 7 21 12 42 0 Wood bridge 23 88 Fred DiRicnzo TackleThe Eagle eleven played a determined game and held an explosive New Brunswick team, one of the finest in the state, scorc-lcss for 3 periods before losing 14 0. The Edisonitcs were the first team to score against the Panthers of Perth Amboy for the 1964 season. Much valuable ex- perience was gained. Edison High, a traditional power, should be hack in the swing of things next year. Bruce Williams Halfback Gene Zvolensky Halfback Co-CaptainFRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row. Sitting: S. Glanzrock, I . Alessi, D. Towlwinski, R. Anderson. Second Row. Kneeling: N. Fursl, G. Zink, G. Dalton, G. Krupa, R. Larson, E. Meier, F. Dobbs. Third Row, Standing: T. Lewis, W. Price, J. Sawyer, R. Nagy, G. Doda, E. Haggerty. Fourth Row: R. Weaver, W. Stockton, R. Podlowski, J. Smilak, M. Miller, T. Tamangini, Manager. “Need any help. Gene? 90SAMMY ON THE RUN: Halfback Sam Pearson picked up plenty of yardage in second period against Madison Township. Zebras find the going rough against the Eagles. “Hey, that’s far enough!” “Hey boys where did you all go!”SOCCER SCORES Edison Opp. 0 J. P. S 2 1 3 1 1 St. Josephs 2 3 .... 4 East Brunswick J. F. K. — 3 0 Perth Ainhoy 1 J. P. S. 1 Union 2 J. F. K. 4 0 Alumni 1 St. Josephs P. Nuzzo, coach; Chris Fessey, Capt.; E. Primka, coach; T. Reilly, coach. •Soccer 92 First Rote: A. Hoffman, A. Esposito, R. Vicaro, R. VanGcldcr, R. Duiku, B. Lyke, W. Konnyo, B. Enock, J. Boyle. Second Rote: G. Sutton, E. Wcnz, S. Sinsheimer, J. Blair, S. Bonis, N. Hawthorn, G. Gogus, M. Corrigan, G. Gove, M. McGuire, C. Fcssey, Capt; J. Lawlor, R. Fitch, J. Berlin, G. Borbaly. Third Rote: J. Hurley, B. Arsino, C. Wargo, B. Nelson, R. Kcrnics, B. Silk, G. Drysdaie, A. Saks, J. Peschc, P. Staley, P. Potter, M. Berlin, J. Rothlein, T. Kuypcrs, R. Collins, F. Sinscheimer, K. Singer. Tony Kuypers All-CountryFirst Rotv: T. Brooks, T. Hcllich, C. McClain, C. Higgins, R. Riddick. Second Row: B. Vernon, L. Nagy. I . Hanley, D. Philips, T. Anderson. Third Rotv: J. Ensor, manager; T. Palmier!, N. Tobaisson, D. Stewart, C. Coleman, coach; P. Howard, J. Davidson, G. Otenstrawcr, manager. CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES ( rodd (Country Edison •26 •26 . Perth Amboy Catholic Opp. 32 . 30 •22 35 •23 37 31 26 15 •21 . So Amhoy Catholic 50 38 25 37 Union — 30» 2 21 •28 . 29 37 19 •21 Highland Park 35 20 Madison Township — 43 Hanley and Howard lead the way. A strong field of runners complimented E.T.H.S. with an- other successful cross-country season. Coached by C. Jack Coleman, the Eagle Harriers ran a course which almost always led a first to the finish line. In establishing an excellent 10-3 record, the Eagle runners defeated our neighbor Mctuchcn for the first time in our history. The Eagles look strong for next season when several letter- winners will return. First Row: R. Rusnock, T. Hettich, J. Rothlcin, B. Higgins, A. Hoffman, G. Jaffc, F. Piccola, F. Pickett. Second Row: B. Vernon, K. Logan. J. Pcschck, B. Dalton, J. Fetchin, B. Saro, D. Miller, J. Hurley, H. Gululz. Third Row: T. Sommers, Manager; K. Singer, Manager; P. Howard, J. Miko, J. Casale, G. Dalton, E. Pryor, S. Pearson, J. Hewitt, T. Palmicri, P. Nuzzo, coach.K E T B A L L First Row: J. Pfiel, Manager; T. LaPoda, J. Cnlamoncri, B. Godwin, E. Wierliowxki, T. Rochc. Second Row: M. Sill, Manager; P. Cole, J. Bahring, J. Shroba, J. Scordinxki, B. Nelson, W. Ferullo. Captain Jim Bahring An easy 2 points for Scordinskv against New Brunswick. Ballring playing heads up hall, looking for a steal. 94BASKETBALL SCORES Edison Opp. 83 51 71 St. Joseph’s 62 59 J. P. s. 46 55 57 59 . 47 79 Sayrcvillc 75 45 Perth Amboy 78 52 Madison Twp ... 56 63 Piscataway 47 95 61 56 41 41 Union ... 44 44 84 66 J. P. S. 50 60 44 68 . 44 53 J. F. K 51 61 Piscataway 53 70 Madison Twp. . 6-1 53 89 68 Wood bridge 46 61 46 71 South River 59 47 Perth Amboy 65 54 Hamilton High West . . 76 “They have to make ’em sometimes too!” This year’s Edison cagcrs compiled the “winningest” record in our history and one of the finest in the county. In streaking to a 17-8 season, the Edison 5 broke all team precedence. These in- cluded a new team scoring record of 95 points against New Bruns- wick, and the longest winning streak in Edison history. Led by high scorer, senior John Calamoncri, the Eagles had balance and good plays, leading to this season’s fine record. The high spots of the season were the 95 point scoring per- formance against New Brunswick, the Holiday Festival Finals, the County Coaches Tournament Finals, and oddly enough, a 2 point loss to Perth Amboy. The Eagle men proved themselves a fine and worthy group of sportsmen who had the rare quality of teamwork Next year’s season looks bright. Our second highest scorer, John Shroba will be back us will leading rehouuder, Wayne Ferullo. “Big John draws a beam on the basket.' “Shroba on the move.'First Row, Kneeling, left to right: M. Hansen, B. Clausen, M. Wojak, E. Ilagerty. Second Row: M. Kearns, T. Lewis, A. Belluscia, R. Podlaski, T. Bohannon, Mr. Brown, eoach. “Alriglit, smart ic. let’s see what else you can do!” First Row, Kneeling, left to right: I). Creed, T. Donauhy. B. Merrano, G. O’Malley. B. Ryno. Second Row: Mr. Muniz, coach; B. Pollex, E. Vargo, R. Scordinski, B. Nelson, R. Hehn, P. Cole, T. Gryzinski, B. Derron. “And the winner is Scahiscuit by a nose.First Row: S. Schuey, J. Langan, G. Hriant, J. Miller. B. Williams. Second Row: M. Nuzzo, I). O'Neil, C. Bradley, S. Cirri. Third Row: R. Coughlin, coach; R. Wisneski, manager; F. DiRienzo, T. Martin, M. Richman, G. Stryker, J. Riley, K. Pagach, coach. The Edison High School wrestling team opened its season on a high note. The Eagle men won the Mid- dlesex County wrestling champion- ship defeating East Brunswick, South Plainfield, and last year's champions, Piscataway. Edison claimed four individual champions: Danny O’Neil, Bruce Williams, and co-captains Mark Kichman and Tom Martin. Though the Eagles were plagued by injuries, the Edisonites wrestled well and finished the season with another winning record, adding to Edison’s fine wrestling history. Next year’s team will once again he well-balanced and should provide Edison with another fine record. Wre tti in9 “Getting his hearings.” COUNTY CHAMPIONS Kneeling: I). O’Neil, B. Williams. Standing: T. Marlin, M. Richman. WRESTLING SCORES Edison Opp. 37 Watchung Hills 13 20 24 26 18 24 Madison 18 15 25 17 26 42 J. F. K. 8 23 19 22 18 18 E. Brunswick 26 14 Piscataway 23 First Row: J. McKnight, J. Franey, C. Sheehan, E. Meier, H. Blauvclt. Second Row: R. Coughlin, coach; T. Latham, R. Menus R. Anderson, G. Curii», K. Pagach, coach. 97cu n9k BOWLING CLUB First Row: J. Faas, A. Beruili, P. Hogan, D. Troop, C. Mar- zella, L. Young, J. Olsen, J. Glace, C. Olchvary, F. Lyke, D. Barrueco. Second Row: P. Abbate. B. Lyke. D. Brown, J. Pfcil, L. Crowder, P. Johnson, R. Hansen, J. Murphy, J. Dan- burg, A. Varady, Mr. Wallace, advisor. Third Row: C. Ell- mycr, P. Wianko, L. Taylor, T. Cannella. P. Bucbholz. C. Sinko, L. Yost, G. McDonald, G. Drysdale. Fourth Row: M. Corrigan, C. Fessey, M. Swerdlow, F. Lesser, M. Peeler, F. Weingart, G. Rcktcnwald, J. Ksenzakovic, M. Stavinski, B. Martin. Fifth Row: S. Cleveland, M. Wang, R. Florcnzo, L. Roscnfeld, J. Zink, S. Bogle, I . Potter, B. Levine. Sixth Row: H. Straub, R. Warner, H. Gulutz, R. Bethea, C. Morris, T. Calpin, C. Agans, W. Mulvihill. Seventh Row: M. Nichnowitz, C. Maxwell, J. Sullinian, G. Bekus, D. Vickory, S. Girnas, J. Kane, N. Nitch. “and Mazolic is the new Mess America” Mr. Coleman gets ‘creamed’.” G. A. A. First Row: J. Hetlich, D. Sheehan, M. Sidders, F. Lyke. K. Hettich, R. Goldberg, S. Mufson, D. Troop, S. Kline, M. Williams, M. Hamilton, P. Pullman, S. Papp, S. Pearson. L. Schalkoff. Second Row: J. Tiniko. D. Rebmnn, N. Davison, K. Slover, P. Kilroy, N. Vogel, E. King, L. Quarantcllo, B. Kiken, S. Cohen, P. Jordan, P. Kohut, S. Cobb, S. Cleveland, B. Frappicr, K. Shcvy. Third Row: P. Lynch, A. Baruth, L. Hearon, M. Lynch, K. I.aubcr, G. MacDonald, sec.; A. Grctkowski, v. pres.; J. Faas, pres.; R. Nugent, treas.; L. Yuhas, reporter; E. Smith, G. Krupa, M. Churma, Mrs. Kerr, adviser. Fourth Row: K. Purdy, C. Franklin, K. Frischorn, G. Greisheimcr, K. Morgan, L. Franklin, II. Grubik, L. Brookes, L. Hart, C. Rcktenwald, T. Smith, V. Filowitz, J. Gray, N. Schreiner, G. Petz, L. Williams.“Activities are a vital part of our school life. Believing in well-rounded individu- als and a balance between academic and social life, Edison offers many extra- curricular activities. In addition to pro- viding a time for recreation for after school hours, the school adds to the indi- vidual’s character; for, participation leads to a sense of accomplishment and service to the school. By working with others, one develops an attitude of cooperation that strengthens student-faculty relations.” INTERLUDEN.H.S. SENIORS Sealed, left to right: P. Pimbeil, D. Prill, Sec.; N. I.angenohl, J. Bole». Pres.; G. Mancuso, R. Numcrof, K. Wilson. Second Rote: L. Hall, G. Bobal, B. Zaloga, R. Goldberg, I). Bolduc, P. Gieber, M. Richman, K. Cutrona. Third Rout: G. Minard, L. Gandck, L. Leise, F. DiRicnzo, L. Bergen, S. Pastor, C. Voice. 102 National Honor Society reception'yjationaH JJ onor N.H.S. NEW SENIORS Sealed, left to right: S. Lynch, J. Sbrilli, J. Fa a , C. Paul, J. Schulman, G. Bcnncll, P. Ofiecki, L. U enko, B. E»kinazi. Second Rote: L. Slrcdronsky, G. McDonald, L. Mozgai, L. Stcnncr, D. Barrueco, F. Lyke, L. Dallas R.- Madarasz. Third Row: K. Britz, J. Carnes J. Lenliart, H. Link. “Dcana Barrueco receives award.” C haracter Sck olardhip oCeaclerdhip s eruice N.H.S. NEW JUNIORS First Row: K. Groom, S. Hofhcinz, L. Traut, P. Hogan, C. Reynold , C. Schcmick, B. Kiken, P. Jordan, E. Houser. Second Row: W. Schmidt, C. Hight, L. Capulo, J. Sikcrski, B. Biro, B. Kobyhu . Third Row: H. Feldman, J. Berlin, S. Bonis E. Brcdcn, M. Sill, T. Roche, R. Light.ounci STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Silling: J. Newman, Sect; L. Dellas, Treas; L. Usenko, V. Pres. Standing: J. Miko, Pres.; Mr. R. Wallace, Adv. idllCl First How: E. Houser, B. Baldwin, M. Puwloski, M. Suidut, S. Pearson, K. Enoch, I. Stevenson, B. Hickey, I, Rebarber. N. I.angcnohl, J. Ryno, G. Spivack, D. Kievel, 1). Hall. Second Row: M. Werther, J. Gray, S. Schultze, D. Graconia, J. Win- nicki, S. Gold, L. Hall, B. McCormick, F. Bellucio, P. Flcmalakas J. Eichert, E. Steven.». Third Row: J. Kapesandi, A. Tainangini, J. Hatblein, M. Rich- man, S. While, J. Am rein, P. Gieg, K. Roth, P. Greer, P. DiGioia, P. Conrad, C. Johnson. Fourth Row: T. Povlick. J. Lawler, G. Zvolensky, D. O’Neill, J. Abate, B. Rynonc, B. Smith, B. Godwin, I. Trep- per, B. Pozsony. AUDIO VISUAL AIDS First Rote: J. Kapesandi, C. Sheehan, L. Mirbach, T. Laplaga. Second Row: Mr. H. Bopp, advisor; A. Rupp, T. Povlich. PHOTOGRAPHY Standing: T. Latham, P. Abate, Mr. E. Dianno, Adv. Sit- ting: J. Suidut, D. Smoliga, J. Danburg.Senior Class Play,‘Lea ToBe%«- iool’sS( First Rote: L. Hall, B. Ziloga, K. Slover, R. Gold- berg, L. Bergen. M. Lynch. S. Leonard. Second Row: T. Catalusei, T. (Gilpin, €. Agans, G. Uobal, S. Gold, M. Richman, S. Boni». First Row: S. Naliama, S. Drobach, B. Turley, L. Gandck. L. Veil, B. Eskinazi, M. Lynch. Second Row: J. Hcranncy, A. Baron. L. Smith, C. Walczak. N. Dalby, B. Zaloga, E. Hamer. Rack Row: T. Catalusei, K. Singer, W. Hall. hicago National Convention 1 REPORTERS First Rote: K. Hall. G. Rektenwald, E. Kimball. K. Maire, S. Ro»efeld. Second Row: K. Fcrgeson, J. Hcranncy, S. Papp, V. Podolski, N. Arbeiter, P. Ham- ilton, S. Mufson, J. Eirhert. Third Row: R. Stein- met , V. Vergilii, E. Rcbarhcr, G. Povilich. G. Mc- Donald, M. Lynch, B. Zaloga. P. Cohen. B. Costa. Fourth Rote: J. Murphy, J. Betin, I). Stewart, A. D’Amico, B. Thomas. 105ACADEMY OF SCIENCE—Senior» First Row: K. Wilson, L. Vie!, L. Kimmerle, R. Numerof, J. Margolin, G. Yates. Second Row: L. Stedronsky. N. Mayo, D. Keith, S. Haines, L. Gandck, L. Bcrgan, K. Cutrona, B. Eskinazi, G. Bobal, L. Kimelman, S. Schultze. Third Row: Mr. W. Jacobsen, sponsor; K. Brit ., A. D'Amico, S. Kovatch, corre . sec’y.; L. Hall, treas.; R. Goldberg, 1st v. pres.; G. Mancuso, pres.; J. Carnes, 2nd v. pres.; S. Nahamn, rec. scc'y.; S. Pastor. T. Busby. Back Row: H. Puglise, J. Blair, F. Lesser, L. Lei sc, K. Glines, J. Sulliman, J. Boles, H. Link, T. Martin, M. Riehman, R. Skoba, R. Solebello. -Academy, of Sci cience “Cook well for three minutes . . ACADEMY OF SCIENCE-Jr. and Soph. First Row: T. Dolgos, M. Petro, C. Reynolds, C. DcVoc, K. Mistycyn, L. Quarantcllo, C. De- Liberto, L. Stock, L. Papp, H. Feldman, W. Schmidt. Second Row: K. Singer, A. Rosenthal, N. Wogen, P. Havens, G. Gordon, L. Guastella, P. Jordan, E. Houser, M. Lucca, N. Wilson, P. Hogan, S. Hofhcinz, J. Simon, S. Cohen, L. Caputo, L. Fellows, A. Hall. Third Row: T. Pall, A. Hanshaw, N. Davidson, K. Slovcr, I. Rebarber, C. Schcmick, J. Boris, S. Bell, L. Rosenthal, S. Pfeiffer, W. Ertl, E. Reimschneider, I). Grandjean, C. Albowics, L. Trout, J. Spielberg. Fourth Row: E. Cote, K. Gerson, R. Tellone, B. Mooney, D. Greger, C. Hansen, P. Donavan, B. Kiken, E. Skiba, S. Haines, L. Schcttcl, T. Alcssi, G. Kupclov, Mrs. Gross, sponsor. Fifth Row: D. Kocan, P. Staley, F. LaFontaine, R. Vernon. M. Sill, R. Helm, E. Breden, A. Mayo, G. Gogas, W. Hall, J. Roach, S. Bonis, J. Wargin, R. Light.First Rote: E. Brcdcn, J. Mullen, I). Resciniti, H. Feldman. Second Rote: N. Filocco, R. Sofka. sponsor; W. Schmidt, R. Dctcrle, I). Peler, A. Tamangini, 0. Sturrmane, E. Barth. delate CU CU CU Standing, left to right: B. Silk, G. Bobul, E. Barth. Seated, left to right: C. Johnson, Mr. Klein, sponsor; D. Greger, M. Malone, D. DcFalco, M. Fifick. Radio CU Standing: 1). Tolwinski; R. Skoba, see'y. J. Abate, Mr. Harris, advisor; D. Ginsberg. Wall, CU First Row, Sitting: B. Kobylus, Mr . Harrison, sponsor; E. Bre- den, G. Mancuso, T. Pall, W. Schmidt. Second Row, Standing: H. Feldman, B. Kiken, J. Boles, G. Bobul, K. Brit . Seated: 107s erman First Row, Sitting: L. Lyrich, B. Zaloga, E. Kramer, Treas.; Mrs. Kolbay, Adv.; P. Cieber, Pres.; P. Havens, V. Pres.; G. Bobal, Scc’y.; S. McCain. Second Row: I). Kievel, E. Thurlow, T. Busby, E. Riem schncider, R. Collins, S. Funicelli, C. Morris, T. Geneva, L. Hart, L. Williams. Spanii I Sitting: J. Simone, J. Pfiel, Pres.; Mrs. Moore, advisor; A. Bahruth, treas.; P. Hogan. Standing: P. Conrad, M. Slovinsky, F. Ward, sec’y.; J- Kane, J. Ksenzakovic, L. Anderson. Kneeling: I. Stevenson, J. Conk, E. Jobbins, C. Kruger, F. Phillip, K. Bradshaw, B. Tirpak. Seated: B. Hickey, E. Cote, Miss Yarneli, spon- sor; D. Wilson, pres.; R. Light, vice- pres.; T. Roche, scc’y; D. Marino, treas.; H. Rada. Standing: M. Mullen, C. DcVoe, G. Pilson, B. I.oeb, M. Sill, P. Lohse, M. Quimet, D. Phillips. 108First Rote:- A. Bahruth, M. DeMers, L. Molineaux, E. Smith, C. Franklin, K. Walsh. Back Row: J. Baumgartner, C. Rektcnwald, L. Franklin, V. Kapler, D. Smoliga. We, -J, mid First Row: I). Pullman, C. Cutrona, sec’y; C. Paul, pres.; Mrs. Lamprakos, advisor; G. Payson, vice pres.; L. Hall, trea».; V. Nitch, L. Roscnfeld. Second Row: S. Sluf- son, C. Zack, B. Turley, C. McCormack, P. Roth, S. Cleveland, R. Fisher, M. Paul, M. Malone, J. Russo, S. Slobodian. Back Row: P. Pankoli, J. Blair, N. Vogel. future Phydiciand First Row: D. Prill, C. Dreyer, ad- visor; J. Carnes, pres.; K. Nubcr, vice pres.; L. Stedronsky, treas.; S. Hofhein .. Second Rote: T. Pall, cor- resp. sec’y.; Z. Tafuni, L. Torok, L. Lynch, A. Tafuni, L. Duplissa, E. Skiba, rec. sec’y-; G. Bobal. 109First Row: J. Newman, L. Traut, M. Holencik, S. Cohen, L. Smith, F. Lyke, M. Chmura, N. Ricciardone, K. Weingart. Second Row: F. Belluscio, S. Nahama, S. Parkinson, S. McGovern, D. Greer, E. Sevcrino, A. Coyle, C. Farkas, P. Flem- clakis, J. Eichcrt, S. Cobb, K. Bolger, C. Tyminsky, C. Pry. Third Ron: L. Stenncr, C. Paul, L. Bea, S. Schultzc, S. Gold, G. Povlich, Mrs. Donahay, ad- viser; E. Nnvatkoski, S. Borden, S. Lynch, P. Osiccki, L. Papp, E. Skiba. Fourth Row: C. Purdy, S. Pallay, N. Langenohl, J. Ryno, J. Winicki, V. Nitch, J. Pallay, M. Brooks, P. Molchan, K. I.ohse, K. Wulezak, A. Baron, G. Litwin, A. Sonth- cimer. First Row: C. Cardinuto, I). Kccvil, S. Fellows. Second Rotv: S. Kent, E. Doyon, P. Borwegen, L. Mernagh, C. Nixon, M. Delahunty, L. Williams. Third Row: L. Bea, C. D'Allcgro, Miss Mathews, adviser; E. Kramer, L. Papp, L. Morris, P. Lolise. Fourth Row: J. Stckowich, C. Marzella, C. Fisnc. Juture Jfomemab I of -America erd 110 ‘Santa and his reindeer, F.H.A. version'Qirfd Service C.(ul First Row. left to right: P. Jones, sce’y-; D. Igro, vice pres.; S. Cleveland, trea .; F. Lykc, clerk. Second Row: S. Cobb, M. Chumra, D. Barrueco. I . M.i zarello, Mrs. Bab int, advisor. Third Row: A. Becker, J. Funk. J}rt CLl First Row: L. Miller, I). Bilello, R. Oese, advisor; P. Mercer, pres.; C. Marrero, v. pres.; R. Snook, sec'y; N. Wogan. A. Rosen- thal. Second Row: I. Sieved, J. Blair, T. Catalusci, M. Smith, L. Tompko, 1). Camp- bell. T. Summers, S. Pfeifer. First Rote: M. Fulton, B. Turpcek, S. Mingoia, M. Delahunty. L. Ship- man, P. Cohen, D. Bordman. J. Boris. Second Row': I). Keevil, J. Busby, J. Campbell, G. Bennett, D. Reith, S. Campbell, L. Hall, L. Stenner, D. Sullivan. Third Row: K. Wilson, K. Cutrona, C. Paul, C. Tucker, G. Mancuso, S. Haines, J. Margolin, S. Schultze. Fourth Row: P. Grieg, K. Misticyn, J. Kessler, L. Stedronsky, V. Pfcil, L. Williams. IJ3uiineS5 C iiil 111Pr CLl First Rote: C. Cardinuto, J. Conk, A. Bahrutli, C. Marzclla, E. King, C. Reynold», M. Holcncik, S. Cohen, J. Steckowich, L. Stock, M. Mullen, S. Haines. Second Rote: S. Kent, J. Russo, B. Turley, P. Borwcgen, K. Misticyn, D. Kccvil, S. Cold, S. Parkinson, C. DeLiberto, L. Quaren- tello, L. Candck, L. Hall, D. Hall, A. Parkinson, G. MacDonald. Third Rote: N. Slarcello, C. Yost, N. Steinberg, T. McCormack, S. Schultze, L. Stenner, A. D’Amico, S. Pearson, E. Felt- ham, S. De Munno, C. Frischkorn, B. Thomas, R. Wisniewski, Mr. Zarrclli. Fourth Rote: G. Drysdale, K. McCormack, G. rfancuso, L. Bea, L. Waldheim, M. Paul, N. Eichert, N. Martz, L. Schettel, K. Morgan, L. Harrigan, I). Bordman, B. Arway, G. Pastorelli, W. Hall. Fork Over The Dou h The Minutcman Rifle CLl First Rote: I). Miller, T. Martino, I). Jones. F. Michcll, R. Mailler, F. Schiller, J. Fedchin, C. Morris, M. Paler. Mr. Jacobson, advisor. Second Rote: B. Tobojka, K. Topolcwski, J. Petro, H. Gulutz, J. Meyer, C. Sarnicki. 112JCy CU First Row: W. Schmidt, K. Sing- er, W. Enoch, G. Kopclov, C. Voice, vice pres. Second Row: J. Calamoncri, B. Bocchicri, E. Cote, sec’y.; A. D'Amico, pres.; F. Di Rienzo, treas.; J. Spielberg, M. Arway. Third Row: R. Fitch, S. Sinsheimer, A. Larson, W. God- win, P. Bence, L. Nagy, J. Lcn- hart, Mr. Wimmer, advisor. Lost Row: W. Lloyd, D. Stewart, L. Schettel, J. Kane, T. Holloway, W. Hall. H j 2 an cjerettei First Row: T. McGuire, Capt.; V. Podolski. B. Nase, E. Houser, N. Arbeitcr, S. Pearson. L. Frank, S. Bennett, L. Davidson, C. Sinko, L. Smith, B. Thomas, C. Morse, N. Neri, D. Davis, J. Szcilagy, E. Doyan, J. Cobb, S. Shuey, Miss Mathews, advisor. Second Row: B. Sutton, A. Hanshaw, S. Parkinson, F. Stcinmetz, K. Walczak, B. Hermscn, J. Georges, K. Shuey, A. Baron, S. Weeks, S. Bachman, S. Haines. K. Slover, J. Baumgarten, L. Franklin, N. Vogel, H. Gubik. First Row: P. Jordan, G. Yates, R. Goldberg, E. King, L. Seitz. Second Row: K. Sloner, A. Parkinson, J. Georges, K. McCormack, D. Gregor, L. Hall, M. Wert her, A. Hanshaw. Third Row: S. Adelberg, L. Stcdronsky, R. Wisniewski, historian; B. Kiken, pres.; C. DeFalco, treas.; M. Mullen, corrcs. sec’y.; J. Conk, rcc'd. sec’y. Fourth Row: N. Davidson, M. Fulton, G. Stryker, D. Grier, D. Sheeham. A'of pictured: L. Lowick, vice pres. Juture Jeach op erica terdDRILL TEAM Standing, left to right: Elaine Chiaverone, Louise Matarazzo, Lin Benicki, Sharon Kovatch, Miss Lamp, advisor; Roberta Thompson, Nancy While, Pal Cohut, Nancy Davidson, Donna Paskowitz. Kneeling, center, left to right: Linda Viel, Lynne Slenner, co-captains. Mr. Cliayko Band Director SENIOR TWIRLERS Left to right: Joyce Zeller, lieutenant; Barbara Bomcislcr, captain; Peggy Cieber co-captain; Kathy Farkas, 2nd lieutenant. BAND Front Rou left to right: D. Novak, B. Silk, R. Scordinsky, E. Barth. G. Flcagle, B. Robins, B. I.ambach. Second Rote: E. Skiba, A. Sontheimer, J. Wilkcnscn, C. W'est, F. Phillip, M. Smith, E. Michael. Back Row: S. Funicelli, J. Gulutz, J. Meyer, G. Stryker. Not Pictured: G. Sutton, W. Godfrey, S. Leonard, R. Madarasz. J3anclTWIRLERS B. Bomeisler, P. Geiber, J. Zeller, K. Farkas, G. Skinner, B. Hickey, M. Garguilo, K. Loftus, J. Mailler, C. Srhemirk, D. Giarona, T. Smith, P. Conrad. Miss L. Clemens Front Row: J. Cardcneo. Middle Row: R. Turner. F. Michcll, J. St. Leon, F. Skinner, G. Leonard, H. Feldman, W. Ertl, M. Arway. Rack Row: T. Martin. H. Cherlin, F. Peters, R. Tellone, M. Pcler, W. Enoch, J. Carnes, R. Solehello, R. Kelley, D. Peler, J. Danburg. Missing: J. Smith. R. MadaraszVARSITY CHEERLEADERS First Roif: J. Ryno, J. Newman, K. Hetlich, H. Pficl, N. Langcnohl. Second Rote: P. Donovan, D. Fhcher, P. Jordan, C. Albowicz, J. Winicki. CO-CAPTAINS J. Ryno, N. Langenohl. a eerie adi erS J.V. CHEERLEADERS Standing: M. Alvator, C. Nixon, S. Sitren. Kneeling: B. Spence, K. Fitzgerald, S. Bernath, K. Balint, C. Zack, C. Spivuk. COLOR GUARD Kneeling: G. Povlich, L. Usenko. Standing: S. Naliama, S. Schultze, J. Eichert. 116I W ;Vk A Af A OAA JVI ilii« mlMkYjmV m mM MMMM GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB Firil Rote: E. Morlock, M. Pawlus, I). Gomez, B. Baldwin, V. Podolski, M. Pauloski, L. Morre, J. Stcchowich, M. Zarish, C. Fishe, S. Janksek, E. Stevens, L. Williams, C. Dennis, B. Thomas, G. Gordon, P. Jordan, N. Ricciardone, C. Marzella, S. Fellows. Second Rote: L. Guastelhi, B. Turley, C. Conerty, A. Ferdinado, B. Mundy, C. Kruger, A. Walcn, A. Oross, D. Hall, S. Pearson, E. Jobbins, Z. Tafuni, I). Boardman, B. Marino, J. Silagy, V. Yirgili, I,. Kaplar, P. Montross. Third Row: J. Kibalka, A. Giro vs. L. Tokarzewski, K. Dallicgro, J. Campbell, D. Young, E. Fcltham, L. Feltham, L. Kirchover, S. Mufson, G. Spirack, K. Balint, A. Tafuni, P. Colton, N. Davison, K. Slover, L. Torok, P. Beardsley. Fourth Row: T. Cannella, C. Saul, L. Hart, S. Illingsworth, A. Parkinson. S. Demunno, C. Frisehkorn, B. Holcli, J. Poper, P. Hawkins. G. Conrad, S. Kent, E. Doyon, S. Weeten, C. Norton, B. Rinker, P. Smith, W. Hughes, Director. Fifth Row: J. Whiting, V. Sutter, K. Kwitter, K. Murphy, J. O’Donnell, B. Rowland, K. Lohsc, L. Papp, S. Parkinson, L. Lynch, L. Bea, S. Haines. L. Alman, C. DeVoc, A. Luizza, C. Gibson, A. Perlmutter. Sixth Row: K. Ritz, M. Delahunty, L. Williams, N. Staples, P. Lynch, N. Marts, C. Bognar, K. Morgan, E. Ricmsohcidcr, D. Gcisslcr, P. Havens, S. Bcrnath, S. Staples, C. Bryant, B. Latham, K. Enoch, G. Fisne. Seventh Row: G. Pastorelli, S. Ritz, B. Arway, J. D’Alosio, C. Aniello, J. Robey, J. Garfield, R. Moskowitz, K. Fitzgerald, L. Duplisa, L. Mcrmagh, S. Adclbcrg, D. Grandjean. BOYS’ GLEE CLUB First Row: G. Doda, L. Nagy, G. Jaffe, W. Saro, M. Cantcrclla, M. Blavcr, B. Newman, G. Fleagle, C. Leahey. Second Rotv: W. Hughes, director; R. Kermcs, P. Meilius, D. Karl, R. Kaplan. R. Budnar, R. Petro, W. Thornton, B. Kist. Third Row: G. Hentsehel, W. Burdin, K. Baltin, J. Hewitt, S. Weiner, B. Levine. Fourth Row: M. French, A. Mayo, R. Hchn, I). Vickery, M. Miller. A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Row: G. Pastorelli, B. Arway, M. Pavloski, R. Moskowitz, J. Garfield, K. Ritz, K. Fitzgerald, J. Campbell, B. Thomas, G. Gordon, P. Jordan. Second Row: J. Kibalka, S. Ritz, D. Young, J. D’Alosio, S. Adclbcrg, C. Aiello, M. Blaucr, W. Saro, M. Cantcrclla, G. Fleagle. Third Row: L. Nagy, M. French, I). Vickery, R. Kermcs, Mr. Hughes, direc- tor. Missing: A. Hoffman, S. Leonard. 11766As days, weeks, months, and years fade and blend into the past, time becomes a vague collection of memories. The time spent at Edison High will always be a treasured memory which grows dearer as the years pass. Wishes, hopes, fears, and doubts may eventually be forgotten, but nothing can replace the memories of old friends and good times. ” EPILOGUECAFETERIA STAFF Scaled: H. Schneider, E. Reid, G. Vickery, A. Growney. M. Catalucci, C. Penn, M. Pirchio, E. Intemann. Standing: M. Bethea, L. Davi», M. Scordinsky, S. Mozgai, E. Miller, M. Gulya», G. Hodgetts, B. Madarasz, E. Broker. A.M. JANITORS M. Kalman; M. Madden; J. Madden; B. Hodgetts. L. Borbely (Not pictured.) “Light is the task when many share the toil.”Mrs. Frankcl Attendance Officer “Small service is true service while it lasts.” P.M. JANITORS Left to right: M. Kozban, B. Fodor, F. Paileka, K. Baumgarten. A. Wucst, J. Hornyak. ti. im 121 FRESHMAN OFFICERS S. Kent, Secretary; E. Doda, President; G. Skinner, V. President; L. Williams, Treasurer; Miss S. Auerbach, advisor. 122 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS S. Pearson, Treasurer; S. Bernath, President; T. Cannella, V. President; V. Brewer, Secretory; Mrs. M. Calamoneri, advisor. JUNIOR OFFICERS I). Fisher. President; S. DeLuca, Secretary; Mr . R. Pakcnham, advisor; C. Hansen, V. President; C. Hight, Treasurer. CtaU Offi. tcerdScLoi 2), 'aze “Hey, wait for me!” “I got him, but how do I get my hand out?” “Good to the very last drop.” “It can’t he that bad.”“Yo-oh heave ho . . “Zap r “The next rocket will get its power from her.” “On my honor 1 will try . . . 124 “For my next performance, I will change Mr. Bohn into a rabbit.” rnrnmmmmnmM“Let’» keep busy, there are plenty of books for all of you.” “Turn around Joyce, they’re tak- ing our picture.” “I just got my card from the Board of Health.” And you can he the target for this booth“One for you, and one for me, and . . . “This is where I hide my spare key.” “But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?” “It’s for sure — Marvin likes this class.” Somewhere, over the rainbow . .“Such stuff as dreams arc made on.” “I’ve got them now!” Yfjerriment “Great Expectations.' “And where is your pass?” “Take leader. 127‘The thigh hone is connected to . . co-mates and brothers in exile“Let me entertain you . . . “For the third time, try to get it right!” “Will the real Miss America please stand up?” “O.K. team, this is our starting line-up.” “If you cross that line, I’ll hit you.”Together wherever we go Not until you read me a bedtime story, ‘eh! so I’m not ‘Ncwarkie or collegiate Only a rose — with hearts and flowers,“It even has my name on it.” 132Ow, this floor is hot!” “It was the age of wisdom, It was the age of foolishness . . . 133OTUnTL Dear Seniors: In my garden of memory, Talon and you will always be synonymous. With best wishes for a future that fulfills all your hopes and dreams, I bid you a fond farewell. Your Yearbook Advisor Helen B. SallittLynn Papp Production Co-Editor Laurel Kimclman, Rita Numerof, Literary Co-Editors Nancy Mayo Activities Editor Frank Sinsheimcr Sports Donna Novak Production Gene Minard Literary Associate Photography Coordinator James O'Dell Art Lay-out Editor Tom Busby Sports Editor Janice Mayercik Art Layout Patti Osieckiv Production Co-Editor Linda Bergen Spotlight Editor Phyllis Goldstein Production Mr. Coughlin Business Manager ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS K. Brit . ’65—Cover Design; Perth Amboy Eve- ning News Sports Editor; Mr. J. Shirley: Photo- graphy Club; Business Staff—J. Eichert, P. Flemetakis, D. Brown, J. Zardavets; Junior Staff—L. Rosenthal, S. Borden, L. Quarantello, I. Rebarber; Mr. LaMaestra, Senior Class Ad- visor; Mil-Clif Studios. Laura Jeter Spirit of Talon William Donaghy Cartoons Mrs. Helen B. Sallitt Talon Advisor 137 I ( 6 KJJj qJUlaa, UAJ k) DJuU U LA) QJUUUL • , Qj0(Af tJM d£P tdJ ksMg) lliAoJ avKdl J(jl ■pii isT ay UJL Vi". dvd aM u ,(cf . XcJoseph C. Battaglia April 10, 1965“And, When the stream Which overflowed the soul has passed away, A consciousness remained that it had left. Deposited upon the silent shore Of memory, images, and precious thoughts That shall not die, and cannot be destroyed.”Senior AGANS, CRAIG ROBERT, C.P. 38 Stony Road West, Edison, N. J. Bowling 4; Eagle 3.4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,; Varsity Club 3,4. Teacher AMBROSIO, RALPH A. General 18 Loring Ave., Nixon, N. J. Service ARBEITER, NANCY S., C.P. 6 Manor Court, Highland Park, N. J. Eagle 3,4; F.H.A. 3; Gd. Aide 1.2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 3; Rangcrettcs 3,4; Gym Jamboree 2; Variety Show 2. Fashion Merchandiser ARWAY, BARBARA JEAN, Business 30 Foyer St., Highland Park, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3,4,; Sr. Class Play 4; Pep Club 3,4,; Photo Club 1; A Capella Choir 4; Girls Glee Club 4; Harmonettes 3; Music Club 2,3; Mcllowtones 2,3. Music Teacher AUERBACH, R. THOMAS. General 21 Gaskill Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Employment BAHRING, JAMES A. C.P. 9 Melville Rd„ Nixon. N. J. Basketball 2,3,4,; (capt. 4); Varsity Club 4. Phys. Ed. Teacher BALAZSY, JUDITH ANN, Business 1256 Raritan Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Chorus 1. Beautician BALINT, RICHARD ALLEN, C.P. 15 Lillian St., Nixon, N. J. Electrician BALTIN, KENNETH S. C.P. 17 Ryan Rd.. Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1; Academy of Science 3,4; Chorus 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 1; Edison Insights 4; Future Physicians 2: Gd. Aide 2; Pep Club 4; Track 2,3,4,; Varsity Club 3,4. College BARR, KERRY D„ General 38 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 1. Employment BARR, LINDA L., Business 16 Columbus Ave., Nixon, N. J. Business Club 3,4; Modern Dance 3; Rangerettcs 3,4. BARRUECO, DEANNA F., Business 37 Andre Ave., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3.4,; Business Club 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Office Aide 4. Business School BEACH, NANCY, Business 79 Stony Rd., Edison. N. J. F.H.A. 1. Secretary BECKER, ABBIE C. Business 77 Duclos Lane, Highland Park, N. J. Business Club 3,4. Secretary BEK US. EUGENE FRANCIS, General 13 Woerner Court, Nixon, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Swim Team 2. Service directory BELLUSCIO, FRANKIE, C.P. 48 Ashley Rd., Fkllson, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Leaders Club 2,3; Modern Dance 3; Class Rep. 2. Accounting BENCE, PETER. C.P. 2250 Woodbridge Ave., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Edison Insights 4; Key Club 3,4. BENNETT, DIANA GAIL, C.P. 9 Lahiere Ave., Edison. N. J. Student Council 2; Chorus 2; Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3; Girls Service Club 2, 4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Class Rep. 1. Psychologist BENNETT, SUSAN E. Business 87 Idlewild Rd., Highland Park, N. J. Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Rangerettes 4; Class Rep. 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 2. Clerical employment BERGEN, LINDA LORRAINE, C.P. 120 Mineola Place, Highland Park, N. J. N.H.S. 3. 4; Academy of Science 2,4; Eagle (Feature Ed.)4; F.H.A. 3; Future Nurses 3; F.T.A. 1,2,3; Girls Service Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Photo Club 2, TALON 3,4. Physical therapist BERNARD, BEVERLEE, Business 54 Walnut St., Edison, N. J. Modern Dance 2,3. Fashion School BIALEK, LESLI ANN, Business 23 Barlow Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 3,4; Co-Curricular Athletic Secretary 4. Stewardess BIRO. JOSEPH, General 106 Park Way, Nixon, N. J. Service BLAIR. JOHN JOSEPH, C.P. 45 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Basketball 1; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 2,3,4; Golf 2,4; Latin Club 1.2; Mes Amis 3.4; Soccer 2,3.4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Art Club 4. Veterinarian BOBAL, GAIL ELIZABETH C.P. 160 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Book Seminar 2; Chorus 1,2,3; Debate Club 1,2,3,4, (Secretary 3); Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3 (Copy Editor 4); Edison Insights 4; Future Physicians 4; German Club 1,2,3,4, (Secretary 1,4); Tennis Club 3; Glee Club 4. Medicine BOCCHINO, FRANK THOMAS. C.P. 2 Willow Ave., Metuchen, N. J. Chorus 1; Football 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4. College BOETTCHER, THEODORE R.. General 38 Ashley Rd. Edison, N. J. BOLAND, GIRARD, General 33 Carmello Dr., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3. Business Administration BOLDUC, DIANE LOUISE, Business 4 Weldon Rd., Edison, N. J. Edison Jersey men 3,4; Leaders Club 2; Modern Dance 2,3; Rangerettes 2,3; Swim Team 3. Secretary 142BOLES, JOHN FRANKLIN, C.P. N.H.S. 3 (Pres. 4); Academy of Science 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Math Team 4; Boys’ State 4. Engineering BOMEISLER, BARBARA ANNE, C.P. 18 Caldwell Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Modern Dance 3; Twirlers 1,2, (Lt. 3), (Capt. 4). Business College BOYLE, HANNAH VERONICA, Business 24 Pannonia Ave., Edison, N. J. F. H.A. 3; Gd. Aide 4. I.B.M. School BRADSHAW, PAMELA L. C.P. 79 Wooding Ave., Edison, N- J. Student Council 1,4; F.H.A. 1. Teacher BRIANT, GARY, C.P. 21 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. Golf 4; Wrestling 3,4. Medicine BRITZ, KENNETH I, C.P. 22 Comstock Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science (Publicity Chairman 4); Eagle 3,4, (Art Editor); Edison Insights 3,4; (Art Editor); Pep Club 3,4. Architect BROOKS, RICHARD R. C.P. 62 Idlewild Rd.. Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3,4; Sr. Class Play (Publicity Chairman) 4; Cross Country 1; German Club 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Class Rep. 3,4; Tennis Club,4. College BROWN, DANE A., C.P. 26 Russell Ave., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 1; Bowling 3,4; Cross Country 1; TALON (Busi- ness Manager) 4. College BRYK, JAMES C. Business 23 Melville Rd., Nixon, N. J. Service BUCHANAN, BARBARA, Business 209 Penn Ave., Edison, N. J. I.B.M. School BUCHHOLZ, PAULA, Business 115 Lakeview Blvd., Nixon, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Business Club 4. Secretary BURLONE, ANGELA MARIE, C.P. 114 Pacific St., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2,; Academy of Science 3,4; Sr. Class Play (State Manager) 4; Eagle 1,2; Girls Service Club 2,3,4; Gd. Aide 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Art Club 2,3; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Class Pres. 3; Class Rep. 4; Tennis Club 3. College BUSBY, JUDY ANN, C.P. 36 Eardley Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Girls Service Club 4; Gd. Aide 1; Gym Jamboree 2,3; Class Rep. 4. Nursing BUSBY, KATHLEEN, Business 52 Duley Ave., Highland Park, N. J. G. A.A. 3; Girls Basketball 2. Beautician BUSBY. THOMAS M., C.P. 24 Prescott St., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Jr. Class Play 3; German Club 2,3,4; Lib. Club (Trcas.) 2; Pep Club 3,4; Biology Club 2; TALON 3.4. College CALAMONERI, JOHN JOSEPH, C.P. 113 Prospect Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Cross Country 4; Football 1; Key Club2,3,4; Germ. Club 2; Pep Club 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Glee Club 4. Mathematics teacher CALPIN, ANTHONY F. Business 177 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Eagle 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Mortician CAMP, PATRICIA L., Business 6 Miko Rd., Edison, N. J. Beautician CAMPBELL, SUSAN, C.P. 46 Brookville Rd., Edison, N. J. Sr. Class Play 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Girls Service Club 2,3,4; Span. Club 2,3; Pep Club 3. Elementary School Teacher CANTARELLA, MICHAEL JOSEPH, General 77 Prospect Ave., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4. Service CAREY, KATHLEEN, General 23 Hall Dr., Edison, N. J. Advertising Art CARNES, JOHN ELLIOTT, C.P. 106 Ovington Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3, (2nd Vice-Pres. 4); Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1, Future Physicians (Vice-Pres. 3), (Pres. 4); Bio. Club 2. Medicine CASALE, JOHN ANDREW, General 8 Hull Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Football 3,4; Track 4; Varsity Club 3.4. College CASALINO, MICHAEL. C.P. 37 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Baseball 2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2. College CATALUSCI, TRENT, General 21 Hull Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Bowling 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Cross Country 1; Eagle 4; Edison Insights 3; Track 1; Art Club 3. Service CHEKE, SHIRLEY H., Business 691 Old Post Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Business Club 4; F.H.A. 1. Secretary CHELBERG, MELANIE M., C.P. 11 Gurley Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2; Gd. Aide 4. I.B.M. School CHIAVARINI, MARIE, Business 37 Columbus Ave., Edison, N. J. Secretary CHICCHETTI, LOUISE, Business 60 Idlewild Rd., Edison, N. J. Secretary CHMURA, MARYANN, Business 9 Dobson Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; Chorus 1; Sr. Class Play 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Service Club 1; Gd. Aide 2; Archery Club 3; Girls Volleyball 4. Secretary CIAFARONE, LYNDA GRACE, Business 79 Hillcrcst Ave., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3; Chorus 1,2; Eagle 3. Secretary 143CIRRI, SANTO, General 177 Orange St., Highland Park, N. J. Baseball 1; Varsity Club 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. I.B.M. School CLEVELAND, SHARON L., Business 4 Wilshirc Rd., Metuchen, N. J. Bowling 4; Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Tennis Club 3; Rangerettes 2,3. Clothing Design COBB, SANDRA CECELIA, Business 5 Windsor Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Rangerettes 2,3,4. Secretary COLBURN. JEFFREY J. General 237 Woodbridge Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Service COLBY, PATRICIA, Business 34 Manning St., Nixon, N. J. F.H.A. 1.2; Girls Basketball 2; Girls Service Club 1,2. Lyons Institute COLQUHOUN, ROBERT, General 70 Ellen St., Nixon, N. J. Varsity Club 4; Student Trainer 3,4. Service CONNOLLY, BARBARA LEE, Business 22 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Waves CONRY, JOHN JOSEPH, General 5 Kenlen Dr., Edison, N. J. Employment CORRIGAN, MICHAEL S., Business 297 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Bowling 3,4; Football 1; Soccer 3,4; Varsity Club 4. College COSTA, BARBARA. Business 123 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Eagle 4. Art School COVENEY, CHRISTINE EVELYN, Business 68 Suydam Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Secretary CUTRONA, KATHLEEN ANNETTE, C.P. 316 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Book Seminar 1; Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Service Club 1 (Treas. 2), (Vice-Pres. 3), 4; Mes Amis 3 (Sec’y 4); Leaders Club 2,3,4; Pep Club (Sec’y 3), 4; Class Rep. 1,2,4. Elementary School Teacher DACKERMANN, GAIL P., Business 27 Idlewild Rd., Edison, N. J. Secretary DAILEY, CAROL ANN, Business 56 Brookvllle Rd., Edison, N. J. G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 1,2,3,4; Girls Service Club 2; Gd. Aide 3,4; Library Club 3,4. DALBY, NANCY, Business 82 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle 4; Library Club 1,2,3,4. Employment D’ALLIEGRO, CHARLES, C.P. 22 Altamont Rd., Edison, N. J. Cross Country 1. College D’ALOISIO, JEANNETTE AMALIA, Business 57 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Rangerettes 2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Music Club 2,3. Voice training DALTON, GARY, C.P. 18 Pine St., Metuchen, N. J. Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4. College D’AMICO, ANGELO MICHAEL, C.P. 10 Myra Place, Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 2,3,4; Edison Jerseymcn 3,4; Key Club 3 (Pres. 4); Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 3 (Pres. 4); Rifle Club 2; Swim Team 3,4; Class Rep. 3. Aeronautical Engineer DAMM, PATRICIA A., Business 35 Rosewood Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,2. Marriage DAN BURG, JANICE M., C.P. 33 Schuyler Dr., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2,3,4; Bowling 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Future Nurses 3,4; Future Physicians 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Photo Club 4; Swim Team 3. X-Ray technician DANIELS, WILLIAM RUSSELL, C.P. 39 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Draftsman DAVIS, CAROLE S., C.P. 125 Player Ave., Nixon, N. J. Band 1,2,3; F.H.A. 3; Gd. Aide 3. Dental technician DELLAS, LIBERTY, C.P. 51 Oakland Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3, (Treas. 4); F.H.A. 4; Gd. Aide 2; Leaders Club 1,2. Elementary Education DENNIS, CATHERINE E., C.P. 8 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Chorus 4; Drill Team 1,2. Secretary DESANTIS, LINDA M., Business 19 Seymour Ave., Highland Park, N. J. F.H.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3; Corr. Sec’y. 4. Employment DICINTIO, JOANN, Business 260 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Secretary DIMARIA, JULIE F., C.P. 33 Brookville Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Bowling 1. Lab Technician DIRIENZO, FREDERICK HENRY, C.P. 355 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 3; Academy of Science 3; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3, (Treas. 4); Mes Amis 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Class Pres. 4. Engineer DITOMMASO, FRANCIS. C.P. 25 Parkenson Rd., Edison, N. J. Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,4; Key Club 2; Varsity Club 2,3, (Pres. 4); Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Electrical Engineer DOMOLKI, JOSEPH GEORGE. C.P. 21 Jefferson Blvd., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 1,2,4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 4. College DONAGHY. WILLIAM, C.P. 173 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. Illustrator 144DONNELLY, ALICE M., Business 1640 Lincoln Hwy., Edison, N. J. Clerical employment FARACI. PAULA, General 11 Wisteria St., Highland Park, N. J. Employment DROBACH, SUSAN, C.P. 9 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Cheerleading 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; K.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Girls Service Club 2,4; Modern Dance 3; Class Sec’y. L College DRYSDALE, GORDON RICHARD. C.P. 19 Walnut St., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,4; Basketball 1; Bowling 4; Cross Country 3; Football 1; Pep Club 3,4; Soccer 4; Swim Team 2,3. Phys. Ed. major DUCEY, JACQUELINE. General 55 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3. Employment DUDA, VIRGINIA ANN. Business 9 Jones PI., Highland Park, N. J. Girls Basketball 1,2,3,4. Airline Stewardess DUDAS, ELIZABETH FLORENCE, C.P. 174 Loring Ave., Nixon, N. J. Latin Club 1,2,3. DUNHAM, NORMAN H., C.P. 23 Meeker Ave., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 2; Rifle Club 4; Track 1. C.P. A. DZUBAN, GERALDINE, C.P. 61 Meadow Rd., Nixon, N. J. Eagle 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Girls Service Club 3; Mes Amis 4; Rangerettes 2,3; Tennis Club 2; Class Rep. 1. Teacher DZUBAN, MARK L., C.P. 27 Bradley Dr., Edison, N. J. Band 3; Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4; Key Club 1; Radio Club 1,2,4; Rifle Club 1,4; TALON 3. Electrochemical Engineer FARKAS, CELIA ANNE, C.P. 20 Stelton St., Highland Park, N. J. Sr. Class Play 4; F.H.A. 3.4. College FARKAS, KATHLEEN JANE, C.P. 32 Russell Ave., Nixon. N. J. G.A.A. 3,4; Twirlers 1,2,3,4. Legal Secretary FERGUSON, KATHY, C.P. 80 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. DrillTeam 1,2; Eagle 4; Modern Dance 3; Gym Jamboree 2,3; Art Club 2. Art School FESSEY, CHRISTOPHER J., C.P. 324 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Baseball 4; Bowling 4; Pep Club 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 4. Phys. Ed. Teacher FINNERTY, ELLEN FRANCES. Business 118 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 3; F.T.A. 3; Gd. Aide 4; Rangerettes 3. Business College FISCH, MARK H., C.P. 17 Stelton St.. Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1,2: Sr. Class Play 4; Class Rep. 1,2. Business Admin. • FOX WILLIAM A., C.P. 23 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 2; Class Rep. 1,3,4; Football 1,4; Span. Club 2; Varsity Club 3,4. Teacher FRAPPIER, BETTIAYN, Business 11 Spencer St., Edison, N. J. G.A.A. 2,3,4. Legal Secretary EICHERT. JOANNE C.P. 2016 Woodbridge Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 2; Chorus 1,4; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class flay 4; Eagle 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; Colorguard 4; Girls’ State 4; TALON 3,4. College ELLIS, RALPH D., General 308 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Track 1. Technical Training ELLMYER, ROBERT A., C.P. 60 Latonia St., Highland Park, N. J. Bowling 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Edison Jerseymcn 3,4; Germ. Club 1,2; Swim Team 3; Class Rep. 1,2,3,4. C.P. A. ENOCH, JOHN WESLEY, C.P. 81 Raymond St., Nixon, N. J. Basketball 4; Swim Team 3. College ESKINAZI, BARBARA SUSAN. C.P. 140 Vineyard Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Sr. Class Hay 4; Eagle 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. (Vicc-Pres. 1), (Sec’v. 2), 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Service Club 3; Leaders Club 1,2,3; Modern Dance 3; Class Sec y. 3.4; TALON 3. Teacher FAAS, JUDITH A., C.P. 120 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Bowling 4; Business Club 1,2; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Leaders Club 1,2; Swim Team 3; Girls Tennis Team 3; Gym Jamboree 2,3,4. Phys. Ed. Teachers FRIEDMAN, MARVIN E.. C.P. 14 Kcnmore Rd., Edison, N. J. Employment FUNICELLI, STANLEY A., C.P. 15 Richmond Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2,4; Band 3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Debate Club 1.2; Key Club 2; Germ. Club 1,2,3,4. Music College FUNK, JOAN MARIE. C.P. 31 Baldwin Rd.. Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 3. Employment GANDEK, LINDA JEAN, C.P. 2151 Woodbridge Ave., Nixon, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Mellow- tones 2,3; Harmonettes 2,3; Eagle 4; Edison Insights 3,4; Gd. Aide 2; Pep Club 4; Photo Club 1. • Bacteriology GARDNER. GAYLE TERRI, Business 19 Nelson Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Girls Service Club 2; Leaders Club 1,2. Cosmetician GARFIELD, JUDITH LEE, C.P. 2 Wynn Rd. Mctuchen, N. J. Sr. Class Play 4; F.H.A. (Hist. 1), (Treas. 2); Girls Service Club 2; Leaders Club 2,3; Harmonettes 2,3; Mellotones 2,3; Girls Glee Club 4; A Cappclla Choir 4. English Major GARLAND, RICHARD ROBERT, General 8 Baldwin Rd., Edison, N. J. Shipping Clerk 14$GATES. ROBERT W., General 11 Comstock Rd.. Edison. N. J. GIBSON. RUTH HELEN. Business 9 Winthrop Rd., Edison. N. J. Airline Stewardess GIEBER. MARGARET LORAN, C.P. 227 Wellington PI., Edison. N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3, (Hist. 4); Academy of Science 2; Jr. Class Play (Assist. Stage Manager 3), Sr. Class Play 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Germ. Club (Vice-Pres. 1), (Pres. 2), 3,4; Modern Dance 3; Twirlers 1,2,3, (Co-capt. 4). Psychology Major GILES, MARYANN PATRICIA, Business 292 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3. Business College GINSBERG, DONALD H., C.P. 60 Elm St., Edison, N. J. Radio Club 3,4. Broadcast Technician GLACE, JOHN WILLIAM, C.P. 11 Magee Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,4; Bowling 3,4; Hockey 4; Germ. Club 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Skating Club 3,4; Swim Team 3,4. Draftsman GLIDDEN, Elizabeth L., Business 55 Walnut St., Edison. N. J. F. H.A. 4. Secretary CLINES, KENT HAROLD, C.P. 28 Gurley Rd., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4. Engineer GOODWIN, WILLIAM J., C.P. 19 Finley Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3,4; Academy of Science 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 4; Germ. Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Varsity Club 3.4. Phys. Ed. Teacher GOLD, SUSAN SHEERIN, Business 87 Stoncy Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Class Play (Assist.Stage Manager 3), Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 3, (Exchange Editor 4); F.H.A. 1,3, (Pari. 4); Girls Service Club 1,2,3; Gd. Aide 3; Jr. Red Cross 1; Pep Club 3.4; TALON 3. I.B.M. School GOLDBERG, RUTH MARLENE, C.P. 70 Eden Ave., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 3, (1st Vice-Pres. 4); Band 1,2; Cheerleading 3; Eagle 1, (pg. 2 co-editor 2), (pg. 1 co-editor 3), (Editor-In-Chief 4); F.T.A. (Sec’y- 1,2), 4; G. A.A. 2,3,4; Leaders Club 2,3; Modern Dance 3; Class Rep. 2; Gym Jamboree 2,3; Eagle Mascot 4. Elementary Education GOLDSTEIN, PHYLLIS B.. C.P. 335 No. 8th Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Sr. Class Play (Student Director 4); F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 3; leaders Club 2,3; Rangerettes 2,3; TALON 3. College GORMAN, JOHN B. C.P. 51 Wisteria St., Highland Park, N. J. Photographer GOVERNALE, JOANN V., Business 56 Prospect Ave., Edison, N. J. Beautician GRAMMATICA. ISABEL MADELINE, Business 128 Idlewild Rd.. Edison. N. J. Business Club 3,4; Edison Insights 4; F.H.A. 1,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Girls Basketball 3; Jr. Red Cross 1; Modern Dance 2,3; Pep Club 3; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Swim Team 3; Coiorguard 4. GRAY, JUDITH BODEL, Busihess 11 Bonniebrook Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; G.A.A. 4; Gd. Aide 4; Modern Dance 2, 3; Class Rep. 1. Business College 146 GRETKOWSKI, ANN PHYLLIS, C.P. 8 Mercury Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 3; G.A.A. 3, (Vice-Pres. 4); Girls Basketball 3,4; Latin Club 1; Span. Club 4; Pep Club 3; Skating Club 3,4; Tennis Club 3. Nurse GRIESHIEMER, GAYLE E., Business 50 Ovington Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Bowling 3; Business Club 3; Chorus 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club 2; Swim Team 3,4. Model GROOM, LAWRENCE JOHN, General 29 Melville Rd., Nixon, N. J. Service GUARINI, JAMES G., General 48 Columbus Ave., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 4. Service GULOTTA, FRANK ANTHONY, C.P. 203 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. College GUNNING. KEVIN B., General Trailer Harbor, Box 301, Metuchen. N. J. Swim Team 3; wrestling 2. Oceanography HAGGERTY, RICHARD JAMES, Business 3 Louise Rd., Edison, N. J. Football 2. Employment HAINES, STARR DIANE, C.P. 10 Finley Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,4; Academy of Science 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Eagle 2; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 1; Girls Service Club 3. (Vice- Pres. 4); Pep Club 4; Rangerettes 2; Class Rep. 1,2,3. Teacher HALL, KENT, C.P. 83 Wooding Ave., Edison, N. J. Eagle 4; Hockey 4; Photo Club (Vice-Pres. 2). Forester HALL. LINDA MAE. C.P. 146 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 4; Academy of Science 2,3, (Treas. 4); Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3,4; F.T.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Service Club 3,4; Mes Amis 3, (Treas. 4); Pep Club 4; Class Rep. 1,2,3. Teacher HANLEY, JOHN F., C.P. 81 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3, (Capt. 4); Varsity Club 2,3, (Sec’y- 4); Wrestling 1,2. Engineer HANSEN, PATRICK J., C.P. 12 Adele Ct., Edison, N. J. Golf 3,4. College HANSMANN, ELAINE, C.P. 28 Meadow Rd., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3; Eagle 4; F.T.A. 3; Mes Amis 3,4; Rangerettes 2. Tcacncr HARNED, KENNETH E. General 92 Taft Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Employment HARRIGAN, ALLEN E., C.P. 34 Westminster PI., Nixon, N. J. Rifle Club 4. Electrician HART, LORETTA ANN, C.P. 134 Vineyard Rd., Edison. N. J. Chorus 3,4; Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Class Rep. 1; Volleyball 4. Business CollegeHART, ROBERT A.. General 103 Winthrop Rd.. Edison, N. J. Bowling 3; Latin Club 3. Service HKARON. LORRAINE MARY, Business 44 Brookville Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Basketball 4; Tennis Club 3. Secretary HENTSCHEL, WM ROBERT, C.P. 108 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 4; Cross Country 2; Radio Club 2; Track 2. JONES, JAMES H.. C.P. Box 301, Trailer Harbor, Metuchen, N. J. Service JONES, PATRICIA MARY, Business 15 Piedmont Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3.4; F.H.A. 1,2,3. Secretary KADY, RICHARD M.. C.P. 14 Foyer St., Highland Park, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Varsity Club 3.4. Phys. Ed. Teacher HERANNEY, JANET, C.P. 78 Crosby Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 4. Dental Assistant HETTICH, KATHERINE. C.P. 15 Mercury Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3; Cheerleading 4; Drill Team 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Gym Jamboree 2,3; Class Rep. 1,4. Teacher HEWITT, CAROLYN M., C.P. 14 Langstaff Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Chorus 1,2; Future Nurses 3, (Trcas.4); Future Physicians (Trcas. 1); Latin Club (Treas. 1,2), 3. I.B.M. School HEWITT JAMES E.. C.P. 36 Parkerson Rd., Nixon, N. J. Chorus 4; Football 1,2,3,4: Key Club 4; Track 1.2.3.4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4. History Major HODGETTS. LINDA SUE, Business 170 I.oring Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Business Club3,4; F.H.A.3,4; Rangerettes 4. Medical Secretary HOFFMAN. MARY GLORIA, Business 14 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. I.B.M. School HOLLER, ROBERT. General 27 Trenton Ave., Edison, N. J. Employment KADY, WILLIAM, General 22 Elm St., Nixon, N. J. Employment KALMAN, BRUCE J., C.P. 74 Trenton Ave., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 4; Span. Club 3. College 4. KAVITY, HELEN, Business Secretary KELLEY, ROBERT MICHAEL, C.P. 3 Weldon Rd., Edison, N. J. Band 3,4; Chorus 2,3; Eagle 4. Music Teacher KENNEY, SALLY ANN, Business Nixon Lane, Nixon, N. J. Secretary KIMBALL, EDWARD W., C.P. 85 Garden St., Highland Park, N. J. Academy of Science 2,4; Eagle 4. KIMELMAN, LAUREL BETH. C.P. 12 Brookfall Rd., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus (Accompanist 1,2); Sr. Class Hay (Rehearsal Ac- companist 4); Eagle 2; Gd. Aide 1,3. Jr. Red Cross 1; Skating Club 3; Gym Jamboree 2; March of Dimes (co-chair- man 41; TALON 3,4, (Literary co-editor). Secondary Education KIMMERLE, LINDA A., C.P. 3 Darrel Ct., Metuchen, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Bowling 4; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1,4. Teacher HOLLOWAY, JAMES ANTHONY, C.P. Box 301, Metuchen, N. J. ™ Football 1.2,3,4; Gd. Aide 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Swim Team Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Phys. Ed. Teacher 3; HORNE, BARBARA ANN, C.P. Bus. 108 Schuyler Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Tennis 2. College HORROCKS, PATRICIA L., Business 27 Ely PI., Edison, N. J. Marriage HORVATH, MARY JEANNE, General 8 Fairhlll Rd., Highland Park. N. J. Medical Secretary HUMMEL, PETER. C.P. 30 Manning St., Nixon, N. J. Service HUMPHREY, ROSKANN, Business 39 Caldwell Rd., Edison, N. J. Beautician IGRO, DIANE MARIE. Business 2381 Woodbridgc Ave., Nixon, N. J. Bowling 3; Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 3. Bookkeeper KINNERSLEY, CHARLES E., C.P. 6 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Policeman KLOUSER, HAROLD, General 12 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Service KNAPP, WILLIAM KENNETH, 12 Dobson Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1; Football 2; Gd. Aide 2; Wrestling 1,2. Mechanic KOELSCH, LEONA MARIE, Business 169 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Girls Service Club 1,2. Dental Assistant KOVATCH, SHARON LEE, C.P. 41 Ovington Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Academy of Science 3.4; Sr. Class Hay 4; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls Service Club 1,2; Leaders Club 1,2,3; Modern Dance 2,3; Pep Club 3; Rangerettes 2,3. Doctor KRUPA, GLORIA JEANNE, C.P. 6 Phillips Rd., Nixon, N. J. Business Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Basketball 4; Girls Service Club 1,2. Airline Stewardess JETER, LAURA JEAN, C.P. 37 Nelson Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 2,4; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Class Hay 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3; Girls Service Club 1,2,3; Gd. Aide 3; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Gym Jamboree 2,3; Class Rep. 1,2; TALON 4. Social Worker KRYSINEL, ANDREW ANTHONY, C.P. 52 Eden Ave., Edison, N. J. College KSENZAKOVIC, JOHN PATRICK, C.P. 72 Hillcrest Ave.. Edison, N. J. Latin Club (Pari. 4). I.B.M. Programer 147KUKER, LINDA, Business 10 Fairhill Rd., Highland Park, N. J. Social Worker KUPKO, THOMAS A., C.P. 25 Garden St.. Highland Park, N. J. I.B.M. School KUYPERS, TONY, C.P. 1689 Hwy. 27. Edison, N. J. Soccer 1,2,3.4. Teacher LANGENOHL, NANCY JANE. C.P. 43 Walnut St., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; Cheerleading 1, (Co-capt. 2), 3, (Co-capt. 4); Jr. Class Play 3; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Leaders Club 4; Modern Dance 2,3; Class Rep. 4. Elementary Education LANOUE, BERNARD PAUL. C.P. 13 McGinnis Rd., Metuchen, N. J. Baseball 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4. Teacher LARSON. ALFRED C.. C.P. 27 Miko Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 2; Bowling 4; Cross Country 3; Key Club 4; Pep Club 3; Skating Club 4. College LAUBER, CATHERINE ANN, C.P. 30 Brookvllle Rd., Edison, N. J. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls Basketball 3.4; Leaders Club 1,2. Nurse LOETZER, PATRICIA GAIL. C.P. 20 Runyon Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Chorus 2; Drill Team 1,2,3; Edison Insights 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Girls Basketball 3; Class Rep. 1.3,4. History Major LOFTUS, WALTER, C.P. 28 S. Heathcote Ave., Metuchen, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,4; Varsity Club 3,4. College LOHSE, KAREN JOYCE, Business 106 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 2,3,4; F.H.A. 4. Secretary LORINCZ, ANN R., C.P. 158 Prospect Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3; Academy of Science 3; G.A.A. 4; Gym Jamboree 3; Class Rep. 4. Medical Technician LORINCZ, EDWARD S., General 41 Morgan Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Rifle Club 3,4. Auto Mechanic LOUNSBERRY. KATHLEEN D., Business 16 Dayton Rd., Edison, N. J. Merchandiser LUND, MARTIN MATHEW, C.P. 17 Woerner Ct., Nixon, N. J. Student Council 1. College LAW LOR, JEFFREY P., C.P. 8 Lee St., Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Baseball 3,4; Football 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Varsity Club 3.4. Teacher LYKE, FLORENCE J.. Business 30 Finley Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Business Club 4; Chorus 1; Sr. Class Play 4; F.H.A. 4; Gym Jamboree 3,4; Eagle 4. Secretary LEISE, LEO VINCENT, C.P. 25 Sanders Rd., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3,4; Germ. Club 1,2, (Treas. 3), 4; Photo Club 2. Forester LENHART, JOHN, C.P. 202 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. Key Club 4; Germ. Club 1,2; TALON 3. Chemical Engineer LEONARD, SALLIE, C.P. 21 Park Way, Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Eagle fFeat. Editor 4); Chorus 1,2,3, (Accompanist Pres. 4); Jr. Class Play (Stage Manager 3), Sr. Class Play 4; A Cappclla Choir (Pres. 4); Mcllotoncs 1,2,3; Girls Glee Club 4; Music Club 2,3; Harmon- ettes 1,2,3. Music Teacher LEONE, ALICE A., Business 10 Clausen Rd., Nixon, N. J. Chorus 3; F.H.A. 2; Future Physicians 3; Girls Service Club 2,4; Tennis Club 2. Secretary LESSER, FREDERIC E., C.P. 22 Back Dr., Edison. N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Baseball 2,4; Germ. Club 1,2. Doctor LILLO, LINDA M., Business 10 Berrue Ct., Nixon, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Business Club 1. Secretary LINK. HERBERT R.. C.P. 126 Idlcwild Rd.. Edison. N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Engineer LI TWIN, GAIL RUTH, Business 6 Pine St., Metuchen, N. J. F.H.A. 2,3,4; Library Club 2. Business Administration LYNCH, MARYANN ELIZABETH, C.P. 10 Caldwell Rd., Edison. N. J. Student Council 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Eagle (Advertising Ed. 4); G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Germ. Club 2; Pep Club 3. Phys. Ed. Teacher LYNCH, SHARON MARIE, C.P. 16 Colfax Rd., Nixon, N. J. F.H.A. 3, (Sec’y- 4); F.T.A. 3,4; Girls Service Club 4; Span. Club 3; Leaders Club (Treas. 2); Gd. Aide 4. Elementary Education MADARASZ, ELIZABETH ELLEN, C.P. 118 Gracey St., Nixon, N. J. F.T.A. 1,2; Gd. Aide 2; Span. Club 3; Photo Club 1,2; Swim Team 3. History Major MADARASZ, ROSALIE M.. C.P. 15 Florence St., Nixon, N. J. Band 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Drum Majorette 4. Teacher MAILLER, RICHARD L.. Business 43 Stiles Rd., Edison, N. J. Rifle Club 4. Service MAINDELLE, GLENN W., General 15 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Grocery Manager MAIRE, KENNETH HUGH, C.P. 81 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 4; Eagle (Sports Editor 4). College MAKUH, SUSAN MAUREEN, Business 98 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. G.A.A. 1; Leaders Club 1. Secretary MALKIEWICZ, FRANK JOSEPH, C.P. 148 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. Service 148MALYSKA, FRANK A., General 1689 Lincoln Hwy., Edison, N. J. Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1. Conservation Officer MANCUSO, GLORIA BARBARA, C.P. 2190 Woodbridge Avc., Nixon, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3, (Pres. 4); Book Seminar 2; Chorus 1; Debate Club 1,2, (Trcas. 3); Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 1,2, (Feature Editor 3,4); Edison Insights (Make-Up Ed. 3), (Co-Editor 4); F.T.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 2.3; Girls Service Club 1,2,3, (Pres. 4); Gd. Aide 3; Pep Club 3,4; Math Team 3, (Capt. 4). College MARANO, VINCENT J.. General 10 Travers Ave., Edison, N. J. Service MARCY, ALLEN J„ C.P. 45 Walnut St., Edison, N. J. College MARGOLIN, JUDITH, C.P. 24 Fairhill Rd., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1.2; Academy of Science 3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Girls Service Club 3, (Trcas. 4). College MARRERO, RAMON, Business 26 Moryan Rd., Edison, N. J. Art Club 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Pep Club 4; Eagle 3,4; Edison Insights 3,4; Football 2,3; Rifle Club 1,2; Track 2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; TALON 3. Art School MARTIN, THOMAS A., C.P. 2131 Woodbridge Ave., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3, (Co-Capt. 4). College MARTIN, WILLIAM R., C.P. 19 Mercury Rd., Edison, N. J. Electronics MATTIE, RICHARD JOHN, General 161 Orange St., Highland Park, N. J. Commercial Artist MAXWELL, CHARLES A., C.P. 21 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1; Bowling 4; Football 1,2; Golf 4. Packaging Engineer MAYERCIK, JANICE A., C.P. 60 Bradley Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Drill Team 2; Eagle 1.4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Future Nurses (Pres. 2,3); Gd. Aide 2; TALON 4. Business School MAYHEW, EDITH, Business 283 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3. Marriage MAYO, NANCY C., C.P. 29 Falrview Ave., P.O. Box 243, Edison, N. J. Academy of Seience 3,4; Bowling 3; Future Physicians 2; Library Club 1.2.3.4; TALON 3,4. College MAZANOSKI, PATRICIA ANN, C.P. 64 Silverlake Ave., Nixon, N. J. Chorus 1; Jr. Class Play 3. Teacher MAZZARELLA, PATRICIA MARIE, Business 63 Wooding Ave., Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; G.A.A. 4. Secretary MERCER, PATRICIA J., C.P. 69 Eardlcy Rd., Edison, N. J. Modem Dance 1,2,3; Rangerettes 2,3; Rifle Club 2. Art Teacher MERSON, MICHAELINE CAROL, C.P. 12 Regent Ct, Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Book Seminar 1; Edison Jerseymen 3,4; F.H.A. 3; Future Nurses 2; F.T.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Leaders Club 1,2,3; Swim Team 3; Class Rep. 3,4. Secretary MICHALSKI, ROBERT E., Business 27 Holly PI., Edison. N. J. Business College MIECZKOWSKI, GEORGE W., C.P. 45 Foyer St., Highland Ftork, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 3,4. College MIKO, JOSEPH, C.P. 50 Miko Road, Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3,4, (Pres.); Baseball 4;Basketbali 1,2; Cross Country 1; Football 1,4; German Club 1,2,3, (Pres. 1); Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; P.T.A. Exec. Board Member. College MILLER, CAROLYN G., General 5 Hull Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Art MILLER, DENNIS J., C.P. 51 Pacific St.. Nixon, N. J. Rifle Club 4; Swim Team 3. Air Force MILLER, JOHN J., General 7 Silverlake Ave., Nixon, N. J. General Motors School MILLER. ROBERT L., General 222 Plainfield Ave., Edison. N. J. Employment MILLER, SHARON LOUISE, Bus. - Gen. 19 Comstock Rd., Edison, N. J. Business School MINARD, EUGENE ROBERT, C.P. 11 Locust Ave., Metuchen, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 3; Book Seminar 2; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Debate Club 1,2,3; Edison Insights 3, (Literary Editor 4); Gd. Aide 4; German Club 1.2; TALON 3,4. Political Science MINNERLY, ROY JOSEPH, C.P. 12 Morgan Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Rifle Club 4. College MINTCHWARNER, LUCILLE ANN, General 10 Melbourne St., Edison, N. J. Marriage MOLCHAN, PATRICIA KATHERINE, Business 2 Kenmore Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Spanish Club 3. Secretary MOLINEAUX, LINDA JOANN, C.P. 9 Eastlick Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 2; Jr., Sr. Class Play 3,4; Future Nurses 2,3, (Pres. 4); Future Physicians 2; Latin Club 2,3; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Class Rep. 4; Music Club 2 (Vice-Pres.). Nurse MONDI, RICHARD ANTHONY, C.P. 3 Eardley Rd., Edison, N. J. Gymnastics Club 4. College MONTROSS, DONNA MAE. Business 88 Sharon Ave., Nixon, N. J. Business Club 3,4 (Sec.); F.H.A. 3. Secretary MORGAN, HARRY F. Business 25 Raleigh Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Pro Baseball 149MORRIS, CRAIG S., C.P. 32 Baldwin Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 4; Bowling 3,4; Football 1; German Club 4; Rifle Club 4; Skating Club 3; Swim Team 2; Wrestling 3; Boy’s State 3. Teacher MOZGAI, LINDA SUE, C.P. 26 Foyer St., Rt. 38, Highland Park, N.J. Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3; Gym Jamboree 2. MULLAN, MARYANN, Business 55 Idlewild Road, Edison, N. J. Secretary MULVIHILL. WALTER GEORGE, C.P. 17 So. Heathcote Ave., Metuchen, N. J. Bowling 4; Eagle 4. Service MURPHY, JOHN JAMES, C.P. 13 Eardley Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,2; Bowling 1,2; Eagle 1,2. College MURPHY, WILLIAM F.. Geiieral 119 Hillcrest Avc., Edison, N. J. Trade School MYER, PHYLLIS, C.P. 1734 Lincoln Hwy., Highland Park, N. J. Leader’s Club 3. Beautician MacDONALD, GAIL, C.P. 27 Cambridge Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 4; Chorus 1,2; Jr., Sr. Class Play 3,4; Eagle 3,4; G.A.A. 3.4 (Sec.); Girls Basketball 4; Girls Service Club 3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 4; Swim Team 3; Gym Club 4; Gym Jamboree 3. Teacher McGUIRE, TARI LYNN, C.P. 31 Finley Rd., Edison, N. J. Sr. Class Play; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Skating Club 4. Teacher McPARTLAND, MARY ANNE, Business 15 Outcalt Rd., Edison, N. J. Marriage NAGY, LINDA. Business 157 Prospect Avc., Edison, N. J. Dental Assistant NAGY, LOUIS R., C.P. 19 Byron PI., Somerset, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3; Bowling 1; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Debate Club 1. 2; Gd. Aide 1.2; Key Club 1.2,3.4; Pep Club 2; Varsity Club 4. Law NAHAMA, SHARON LEE, C.P. 18 Sycamore Avc., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3, (Sec. 4); Eagle 2,3,4; Edison Jersey- men 3; F.H.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 3.4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Girls Service Club 3; Pep Club 3; Rangerettes 3; Color Guard 4; Class Trcas. 4. Nursing Naroskie, Claire Anne, Business 93 Walton St., Edison, N. J. Secretary NAVATKOSKI, EDWINA JOSEPHINE. C.P. 24 Stevens Rd., Nixon, N. J. F.H.A. 1,2,3, (Pres. 4); Leaders Club 2; Pep Club 3; Gym Show 2; Tennis 3; Art Club 2. NEFF. BARBARA JOAN, Business 77 Oakland Avc., Edison, N. J. Secretary NEIMARK, JOEL K.. C.P. 334 No. 8th Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Football 1. Business College NELSON, ROBERTA, General 48 Sharon Ave., Nixon, N. J. Girls Basketball 3; Pep Club 4. Social Worker NEMETH, JOAN F., Business 54 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Gd. Aide 4. Airline Stewardess NEWMAN, JUDITH EILEEN, Business 131 Player Ave., Nixon, N. J. Student Council 3,4(Sec’y); Cheerleading 2,3,4; Jr. Class Play 3; Gd. Aide 3; Modern Dance 3; Gym Jamboree 2,3,4. Secretary NITCH, NICHOLAS E., C.P. 70 Redwood Avc., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 4. College NORMANT. LAWRENCE J., C.P. 69 Prospect Avc., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Wrestling 1. College NOVAK, DONNA J., Business 66 Chestnut St., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2,3,4; Business Club 3; TALON 3,4. Beautician NUGENT, ROSELEEN MARY, Business 1 Prescott St., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3,4 (Pres.); F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 3,4 (Treas.) Rangerettes 2,3; Tennis 3; Girls Basketball 4. Secretary NUMEROF, RITA ELLEN, C.P. 10 Ryan Road, Highland Park, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Chorus (Accompanist) 1,2; Jr. Class Play 3; Debate Club 1,2,3; Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 1,2; Edison Insights 3, (Co-editor, 4); TALON 3,4; Gym Show 2. Social Psychology O’DELL, JAMES C., C.P. 19 Leland Rd., Metuchen, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Jr., Sr. Class Plays3,4; Art Club (Pres.) 2,3; Class Rep. 2,3; Class Treasurer 1; TALON 3,4. Teacher OLIVER, LARRY NELSON. General 85 Leo St.. Nixon, N. J. O’MALLEY. J. KIRBY, C.P. 41 Trenton Ave., Nixon, N. J. Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Engineering O’MALLEY, WILLIAM N., C.P. 138 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. I.B.M. School O’NEILL, DANIEL ROBERT, C.P. 1 Markham Road, Edison, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3,4; Cross Country 4; Key Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling l,2,3,4;Tennis 4; Physical Fitness Team 1,2. Sociology Major OROSS, PATRICIA MARIE, Business 59 Flayer Ave., Nixon, N. J. G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club 3,4. Airline Stewardess OSIECKI, PATTI L., C.P. 1939 Lincoln Hwy., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2; F.H.A. 3.4 (Trcas.) F.T.A. 3 (Sec.); G.A.A. 2.3; Leaders Club 1,2; Class Rep. 1,2; TALON 3,4. Home Economics Teacher PACICCA. FREDERICK, General 95 Schyler Dr., Highland Park, N. J. PALLAY.JOY L., Business 8 Carlisle Court, Edison, N. J. F.H.A. 4. Modeling PALULIS, LINDA MARIE, Business 34 Stiles Rd., Edison, N. J. Girls Basketball 2,3,4. Beautician 150PANDOLI, ELAINE VERONICA, Business 295 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Jr. Red Cross (Pres. 1); Rangerettes (Treas. 4); Gym Jam- boree 2,3. Airline Stewardess PAPP, LYNN MARIE, Business 711 Old Post Rd., Edison. N. J. F.H.A. 3, (Reporter 4); G.A.A. 2,3; Leaders Club 1,2; TALON 3,4. Employment PARADOWSKI, GEORGE, C.P. 4 St. Matthews Dr., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; Gd. Aide 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. College PARDUN, ELAINE M.. Business 60 Melbourne St., Edison, N. J. F.H.A. 4. Secretary PASTOR, STEPHEN, C.P. 77 Old Post Rd., Nixon, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 3,4. Chemist PASTORELLI, GWENDOLYN M., C.P. 33 Old Post Rd.. Nixon, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Girls Service Club 2; Pep Club 4; Mello-tones 2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Music Club 2,3; Harmonettes 3; Girls Glee Club 4. Music Teacher PAUL. CHRISTINE MARIE, C.P. 4 Brox Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle 2; Girls Service Club 1.2,3.4; F.H.A. 4; Mes Amis 3.4; Pep Club 3; Art Club 2; Jr. Class Play 3. Home Economist PAVLOCAK, MICHAEL PETER, C.P. 53 Avery St., Edison, N. J. Football 1. Business Administration PAYSON, GARY R., C.P. 29 Sims Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2; Academy of Science 3,4; Band 1,2; Mes Amis 3,4. College PIRCHIO, ALEXANDER JAMES, General 7 Dill Ct., Edison. N. J. Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Service PITRA, MITCH EL PAUL, General 39 Weldon Rd., Edison, N. J. Night School PLOTKIN, DAVID. C.P. 90 Wooding Ave., Edison, N. J. Employment POVLICH, GAIL RENEE", C.P. 65 Avery St., Nixon, N. J. Jr. Class Play 3; Eagle 3.4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. (Corresp. Sec’y. 2); Leaders Club 3; Modern Dance 3; TALON 3; Colorguard 3, (Co-Capt. 4); Polio Drive (Co-Chairman 3). Home Economist POVOLO, SHARON L., Business 450 Old Post Rd., Edison, N. J. Rangerettes 3. Secretary POWERS, KATHLEEN MARY, C.P. 160 Winthrop Rd., Nixon, N. J. F.T.A 2; Latin Club 1. Secretary PRILL, DOROTHY J., C.P. 45 Partch PI., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3, (Sec’y. 4); Student Council 2, (Vice-Pres. 31,4; Academy of Science 3,4; Drill Team 1,2; Future Physicians 4; Latin Club 1; Modern Dance 2; March of Dimes (Co- Chairman 4). Physician PRZYTULA, RICHARD, C.P. 24 Roger Rd.. Nixon, N. J. Service PUGLISI, HARRY, C.P. 37 Wayne St., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; TALON 3. College RADACH, BENJAMIN, Business 274 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Football 3. Electrician PEARSON, KAREN LEAH, C.P. 13 Dayton Rd., Edison, N. J. Jr. Class Play 3; F.H.A. 4; Athletic Sec’y 4. Dental Assistant PENNY, EILEEN, C.P. 18 Weldon Rd., Edison, N. J. F.H.A. 3. Nurse PERKEL, BRUCE, C.P. 23 Monaghan Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 1,4. Pharmacist PETRO, JAMES J., C.P. 178 Old Post Rd.. Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3.4; Edison Jerseymen 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4. Biologist PETZ, GERALDINE FRANCES. Business 64 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. G.A.A. 4; Girls Basketball 4. I.B.M. School PFEIL, JOHN L.. C.P. 70 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Basketball (Manager 1,2,4); Bowling 3, (Capt. 4); Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,4; Wrestling 1. Teacher PIMBELL, PATRICIA A.. Business 33 Finley Rd.. Edison, N. J. „ , N.H.S. 3,4; Business Club 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Leaders Club 2,3,4; Modern Dance 3; Rangerettes 2,3,4; Class Rep. 4; Gym Jamboree 2,3,4. Secretary RATCHFORD, JOANNE, General 110 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Employment RATOFF, ROBERT J., C.P. 6 Germantown Ave., Nixon, N.J. Eagle 4. Conservation School REKTENWALD, CATHERINE T., General 11 Ash Rd., Edison, N. J. Future Nurses Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Library Club 1,2. Nurse REKTENWALD, GEORGE M.. Business 11 Ash Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle 4; Golf 4; Gd. Aide 2; Library Club 1; Photography Club 4. Business School RICHMAN, MARK JAY, C.P. 29 Stelton St.. Highland Park, N. J. N.H.S. 3, (Vice-Pres. 4); Student Council 4; Baseball 1,2.3,4; Eagle 3, (Assist. Sports Ed. 4); Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Wres- tling 1,2,3, (Co-capt. 4); TALON 3. College RIETH, DORIS E., C.P. 15 Raleigh Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Class Rep. 4; Girls Service Club 4; Spanish Club (Vice-Pres. 3); Swim Team 3. Spanish Teacher RIVELL, RICHARD, C.P. 198 Penn Ave., Edison, N. J. College RODRIGUEZ, NARMAJ., Business 55 Lakeview Blvd., Edison, N. J. Secretary 151ROSENFELD, LAWRENCE M., C.P. 29 Raleigh Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle; Golf; German Club. College ROSENFLED STUART E., C.P. 23 Baldwin Rd., Edison, N. J. Eagle 4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Class Rep. 2. Teacher ROWE, DAVID L., C.P. 218 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Latin Club 1,2; Gymnastics Team 1,2,3. Economist RUSSELL, JAMES G., C.P. 10204 Prairie Ave., Inglewood, California Student Council 4; Band 2,3; Track 2,3. Service RYBACZEWSKI, MILDRED ANN, Business 16 Markham Rd., Edison, N. J. F.H.A. 3. Secretary RYLKA, PENNY, C.P. 7 Colton Rd., Edison, N. J. Business College RYNO, JOAN, C.P. 9 Lloyd Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 1,2,3, (Co-capt. 4); Jr. Class Play 3; F.H.A. 3.4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4; Tennis Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 2; Modern Dance 2,3; Class Rep. 1,2,3; Vice Pres. 4. Elementary Education RYNONE, ROBERT, C.P. R.D. No. 2, Box 142, Old Post Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 2,3,4; Student Council 1,4; Sr. Class Play4; Edison Jerseymen 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 1; Art Club 4. Teacher SALLEY, JOHN JOSEPH. General 17 Gurley Rd., Nixon, N. J. SALVEMINI, FRANK MICHAEL, General 153 Whitman Ave., Metuchcn, N. J. Produce Manager SANDERS, BETTY, C.P. 7 Roger Rd., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 2,3,4; Debate Club 1; F.H.A. 4; F.T.A. 1,3; Girls Service Club 1; Mes Amis 4; Leaders Club 2; Gym Jamboree 2,3. College SARNICKI, CASIMER CHARLES, C.P. 11 Elmwood Terrace, Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Chess Club 4; Football 1; Spanish Club 4; Rifle Club 4. College SAUL, CYNTHIA MARGARET, Business 324 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,4. Modeling SAWICKI, PATRICIA ANN, C.P. 354 Plainfield Ave.. Edison, N.J. Future Nurses 3,4; Girls Service Club 3; Latin Club 1,3; Library Club 1,2; Art Club 2,4. Nurse SBRILLI, JOSEPHINE, C.P. 47 Kathleen PI., Nixon, N. J. F.T.A. 1,2; Photography Club 1,2. Elementary Education SCHEUERMAN, KAREN, General 36 Bonniebrook Ave., Nixon, N. J. Gd. Aide 4; Pep Club 4. Beautician SCHNEIDER. GEORGE R., Business 28 Dalton PI., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2. College SCHNEIDER, HENRY FRANK. General 28 Dalton PL, Edison, N. J. Trade School SCHREINER, NANCY LEE. General 86 A Vineyard Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Music Club 3; Tennis Club 3; Gym Jamboree 2,3,4; Gymnastics Club 4. College SCHULMAN, JOANN, C.P. 10 Olden Rd.. Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3; Academy of Science 2; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4; Drill Team 1,2; Eagle 3; Edison Insights 4; Gd. Aide 3; Modern Dance 3; Mellow- tones 2; Class Rep. 3; TALON 3. Drama Major SCHULTZE. SUSAN KAY, C.P. 51 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2,3; Academy of Science 3,4; Chorus 2; Jr. Class Play 3. Sr. Class Play 4; Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Girls Service Club 4; Gd. Aide 3.4; Pep Club 3,4; Color Guard 4; TALON 3. College SCHUMACHER, WILLIAMS., C.P. 2 Barlow Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3. Engineer SCHUSTER, VICTOR L., C.P. 83 Overbrook Ave., Edison, N. J. Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3.4. College SCORDINSKY, JOHN R., C.P. 108 Overbrook Ave., Edison, N. J. Basketball 3,4; Football 2,3. College SEGALINI, KAREN J., C.P. 307 Division St., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3; Edison Insights 3; G.A.A. 4; Gd. Aide 3. College SHEBEL, PAMELA MARQUARITTE, Business 94 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Rangerettes 2,3. Secretary SHUBONEY, JO-ANN, General 24 Sanders Rd., Edison, N. J. Secretary SHURAK, ALEXANDER, General 139 Walton St.. Edison. N. J. Service SIESPUTOWSKI, RONALD, Business 112 Avery St., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 4; Varsity Club 4. Rug Craftsman SIEVERT, INGRID R„ General 23 McGinnis Rd., Metuchen, N. J. Art Club 4. Governess SINNICKSON, ROBERT THOMAS. C.P. 17 Baldwin Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3,4; Academy of Science 2,3,4; Band 1,2; German Club 1,2; Radio Club 1,2,3,4. Electronics SINSHEIMER, FRANCIS. C.P. 21 Outcalt Rd., Edison, N. J. Rifle Club 2; Soccer 4; Swim Team 3; Varsity Club 4; Art Club 2; TALON 3,4. College SINSHEIMER, STEPHEN FRANCIS, C.P. 21 Outcalt Rd., Edison, N. J. Sr. Class Play 4; Class Rep. 2; Key Club 4; Rifle Club 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Teacher 152SITREN, HARRY, C.P. 15 Mill Rd., Edison, X. J. Basketball 2; Gd. Aide 1; Span. Club 3. College SKOBA. RICHARD M., C.P. 38 Audabon Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 1,2; Radio Club 1,4. Engineer SLOBODIAN, SONIA L.. C.P. 155 Vineyard Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 2,3; Girls Service Club 1,2,3; Mes Amis 4; Leaders Club 2,3; Pep Club 3. Language Teacher SLOVINSKY, MICHAEL V., C.P. 6 Mercury Rd. Edison, N. J. Latin Club 1,2,4; Track 4; Gr. Arts Club 4. College SMITH, EILEEN M., C.P. 82 Hainfield Ave., Nixon. N. J. Future Nurses 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 3,4; Tennis Team 3. Phys. Ed. Teacher SMITH, JACQUELINE MARION, C.P. 19 Brookville Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1. Veterinarian SMITH, LINDA LEE, Business 33 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 3,4; Girls Service Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 2; Leaders Club 2; Library Club 4; Ranger- ettes 2,3,4; TALON 3. STEINMETZ, FRANCES V., C.P. 41 Finley Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3; Eagle 4; Girls Basketball 2; Rangcrettes 4; Class Rep. 3; Gym Jamboree 3. Elementary Education STENNER, LYNNE KAY, C.P. 8 Regent Ct.. Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 2,3; Drill Team 1,2, (Co-capt. 3,4); F.H.A. 1,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Service Club 4; Pep Club 4; Rangerettes 2,3. Home Economist STEP1NA, VICTOR C., C.P. 38 Morgan Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Cross Country 1,3. Accountant STEVENS, CAROL LILLIAN, Business 52 Morgan Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Girls Basketball 1,2,3,4. Secretary STEVENS. MAUREEN, Business 20 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. Office Employment STEVENS, PAUL GARY, General 59 Sharon Ave., Nixon, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Rifle Club 2. Trade School STEWART. DAVIS A., C.P. 170 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Cross Country 1,4; Eagle 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Germ. Club 1,2; Photo Club 1,4; Radio Club 1,2; Swim Team 2,3. Lawyer SMITH, MARK. C.P. 70 Gurley Rd., Edison, N. J. Germ. Club 2. Engineer SMITH, PATRICIA ANN, Business 235 Loring Ave., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3; Tennis Club 2. Employment SMITH, ROBERT E., C.P. 6 Paley PI., Edison, N. J. Student Council 2,3.4; Band 1,2,3; Baseball 1.2.3.4; Sr. Class Play 4; Edison Jcrseymen 3,4, (Pres.); Football 1,2,3, 4; Varsity Club 2,3.4; Wrestling 1,2. Teacher SODERSTROM, MARIANN LINNEA, C.P. 24 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 1; Drill Team 1; Germ. Club 2. Nurse SOLEBELLO, RONALD C., C.P. 40 Hillcrest Ave., Edison, N. J. Academy of Science 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Germ. Club 1,2. Business College SPAVENTA. PAUL J., Business 42 Chestnut St., Edison, N. J. Radio Club 1; Soccer 3. SPERRY, JOHN F., C.P. 18 Ovington Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Bowling 3,4. College STADLER, JOYCE M., Business 119 Plainfield Ave., Nixon, N. J. Girls Service Club 1; Rangerettes 1,2,3,4. Airline Stewardess STAPLES, NANCY JEAN, General 100 Idlewild Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1,2,3,4. Beautician STEDRONSKY, LOUISE ELIZABETH. C.P. 20 Sine Rd., Nixon, N. J. Academy of Science 3,4; Chorus 2,3; Future Physicians 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Girls Service Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Swim Team 3,4; Tennis Club 2. Math Teacher STOCKTON, HARRY R., General 86 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Service STRAWBRIDGE, JANET, Business 78 Ellen Ave., Edison, N. J. Secretary STREETER, VERONICA ANN, Business 17 Blossom St., Highland Park, N. J. Dental Receptionist STRYKER, D. GARY, C.P. 105 Lakeview Blvd., Nixon, N. J. Band 4; F.T.A. 4; Varsity Club 4; Student Council 3; Wres- tling 1,2,3,4. Phys. Ed. Teacher ST. LEON, JEFFREY, General 99 Ilewild Rd., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 2. Trade School SULLIMAN, JAMES R., C.P. 10 Market St., Nixon, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Academy of Science 4; Baseball 1,3,4; Bowling 3,4; Class Rep. 4. College SULLIVAN, ARLEEN MARIE, Business 18 East Knollwood Rd., Nixon, N. J. Rangerettes 1,2; Gym Jamboree 1. I.B.M. School SUTTON, BONNIE J., Business 58 Preston St., Edison, N. J. Rangerettes 4. Airline Secretary TAKACS, MARIE ARLENE, Business 44 Beech St., Edison, N. J. Fashion Designer TARVIN, DIANE, Business 1930 Hwy. No. 27, Edison, N. J. Drill 'learn 1,2,3. TAYLOR, JAMES MICHAEL, C.P. 70 Eardlcy Rd., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,2,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Football 3; Mes Amis 3,4; College 153TERZINO, ELIZABETH ANN, Business 85 Redwood Ave., Nixon, N. J. F.H.A. 2,3. Secretary THOMAS, ANTHONY, General 113 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. Basketball 1. Education THOMAS, WILLIAM D., C.P. 14 Locust Ave., Metuchen, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Eagle 4; Football 1; Radio Club 1; Photo Club 4; Art Club 1,2. College THOMPSON, WILLIAM, C.P. 30 Ferris St., Edison, N. J. Cross Country 1; Radio Club 4. College THOMSEN, ROBERTA IRENE, C.P. 1 Regent Ct., Edison, N. J. Drill Team 1.2.3.4; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Rangerettes 3; Swim Team 3. Business College THORNTON, WILLIAM P., C.P. 75 Oakland Ave., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3; Chorus 3,4; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 3,4; Pep Club 3; Photo Club 4; Radio Club 1. Disc Jockey THORPE, MICHAEL, C.P. 1685 Hwy. No. 27. Edison, N. J. Band 1,2,3; Football 2; Germ. Club 2; Track 1,2. Architect TOBIASSON, NEIL THOMAS, C.P. 53 Schuyler Dr., Highland Park, N. J. Academy of Science 2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Cross Country 4; Key Club 3,4; Germ. Club 1,2; Edison Jcrseymen 3; Varsity Club 4; TALON 3. Math Teacher TOOKER, SEAN M., General 38 Sharon Ave., Nixon, N. J. Basketball 1,2; Sr. Class Play 4; Football 1; Golf 2. Employment TOTH, KATHERINE R., General 12 Church St., Edison, N. J. Beautician TRENTA, LOUIS ROBERT, C.P. 76 Lexington Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Span. Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4. College TREPPER, IRA H., C.P. 44 Meeker Ave., Nixon, N. J. Student Council 2,3,4; Swim Team 1; Track 2; Class Rep. 1. College TUCKER, CAROL ANN, C.P. 30 Walton St.. Nixon, N. J. Girls Service Club 2, (Hist. 3), (Sec’y. 4); Mcs Amis 3.4. Airline School TUERS, DONNA LYNNE, Business 139 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 3. Secretary-Receptionist USENKO, LIDIJA, C.P. 50 Leslie St., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 1,2, (Sec’y 3), (Vice-Prcs. 4); Academy of Science 3.4; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gd. Aide 2; Germ. Club 1,2,3; Leaders Club 2; Modern Dance 3; Color Guard 3, (Co-capt. 4). College VACCARO, JOSEPH A., C.P. 55 Chestnut St., Edison, N. J. Employment VALLELY, KATHLEEN, Business 11 Runyon Ave., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3; Art Club 1; Gym Jamboree 2,3. Employment VARADY, ARLEEN J., Business 17 Roger Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Sr. Class Play 4. Secretary VARGA, JEANNE ANDREA. Business 238 Old Post Rd., Edison. N. J. F.H.A. 3; Gd. Aide 2. Secretary VEISZ, HELEN, Business 240 Sylvandoll Ave., Edison, N. J. Business School VIEL, LINDA MARINA, C.P. 27 Remington Dr., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2,3; Academy of Science 3,4; Drill Team 1.2, (Co-capt. 3,4); F.H.A. 4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Leaders Club 4; Pep Club 3,4; Rangerettes 2,3; Color Guard 3; Class Rep. 1,2,3,4. Psychology Major VIRGILI, VENETTA R., Business 41 Leslie St., Highland Park. N. J. Student Council 3; Chorus 4; Sr. Class Play 4; F.H.A. 1,3; F. T.A. 3; Leaders Club 3. Secretary VITUCCI, DOMENICA ANN, Business 26 Ely Place, Edison, N. J. Business Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Rangerettes 3,4. Secretary VOICE, CALMON, C.P. 20 Roger Rd., Nixon, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 3,4; Gd. Aide 4; Key Club 3,4; Tennis 3,4. Civil Engineer VOORHEES, GARRETT W., C.P. 91 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Band 1,2; Baseball 1; Hockey 4; Span. Club 3; Rifle Club 1.2. Pharmacist WALCRAK, KATHLEEN ANN, Business 83 Lloyd St., Edison, N. J. Student Council 1,2; Sr. Class Play 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 3,4; Leaders Club 2; Library Club2,4; Rangerettes2,3,4; TALON 3. Secretary WALSH, WILLIAM THOMAS, General 61 Pacific St., Nixon, N. J. Education WARD, JANICE M., Business 159 Plainfield Ave., Edison, N. J. Chorus 1. I.B.M. School WARNER, RONALD A., C.P. 12 Glenville Rd., Edison, N. J. Bowling 3,4; Football 1. Mechanical Engineer WEEKS. SHELIA ANN. Business 8 Lynn St., Edison, N. J. G. A.A. 2; Pep Club 2; Rangerettes 4. Office Employment WEILER, JUDITH LYNN. Business 240 Central Ave., Edison, N. J. Gym Jamboree 2,3. Beautician 154WEINGART, ROBERT T.. C.P. 18 Woerner Ct., Nixon, N. J. Swim Team 3. Service WEST, SUSAN THERESA, C.P. Business 24 Adele Ct., Nixon, N. J. Business Club 3; F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 3; Ranger- ettes 2,3. Home Economics Teacher WHITE, SUZANNE MARIE, C.P. 95 Coleman St., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3,4; Academy of Science 4; Jr. Class Play 3; F.H.A. 4; Girls Service Club 1,2, (Treas. 3); Mes Amis 3,4; Leaders Club (Pres. 2). Nurse WHYTE, JAMES, C.P. 21 Johnstone St., Edison, N. J. WIGGINS, FLORENCE HELEN, Business 83 Ashley Rd., Edison, N. J. Stenographer WILLIAMS, JOY K., Business 10 Nancy Circle, Edison, N. J. Art Club 2; Class Rep. 2. Secretary WILLIAMS, LORRAINE, General 22 Sturgis Rd., Edison, N. J. Chorus 2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Germ. Club 4; Music Club 2,3. Employment WILLIAMS, MILTON BRUCE, C.P. 2555 Woodbridge Avc., Nixon, N. J. Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Class Rep. 3,4. Phys. Ed. Teacher WILLIAMSON, SHARON. C.P. 184 Highland Ave., Highland Park, N. J. X-Ray Technician WILSON, KAREN J., C.P. 4 Windsor Rd., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Academy of Science 3,4; F.T.A. 1; Girls Ser- vice Club 3,4; Gd. Aide 2,4; Span. Club 3; Class Rep. 3,4. Mathematician WILSON, PEGGY ANN, Business 72 Suydam Ave., Highland Park, N. J. Secretary WISE, NATHAN E., C.P. 5 Manor Ct., Highland Park, N. J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3,4; Jr. Class May 3; Football 1,2,3, (Manager); Radio Club 1,2; Varsity Club 3; Class Rep. 3; TALON 3. Electrical Engineer WISNIEWSKI, LORRAINE ANN, Business 693 Old Post Rd., Edison, N. J. Secreta ry WISNIEWSKI, RICHARD JOSEPH, C.P. 37 Caldwell Rd., Edison, N. J.. Student Council 1; Bowling 4; F.T.A. (Rep.4); Jr. Red Cross 4; Pep Club 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling (Mgr. 3,4); Bio. Club (Treas. 2). Teacher WOLENTER, ALAN J., General 24 WALNUT ST., Edison, N. J. Radio Club 1. Service WOLFE, ROGER N., General 65 Duclos Lane, Highland Park, N. J. Baseball 1; Football 1. Business WORTHINGTON, CLAUDIA ANN, C.P. 22 Caldwell Rd.. Edison, N. J. Student Council 2; Chorus 1; Drill Team 1,2,3; Eagle 3; F.T.A. 1; Girls Service Club 1,4; Jr. Red Cross 2. College WROBEL, WALTER S., C.P. 13 Darrel Ct., Metuchen, N. J. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; Track 1. Teacher YATES, GEORGETTE ANN, C.P. 37 Vinal Avc., Edison. N. J. Academy of Science 4; Chorus 1; Future Nurses Club 3; F.T.A. 3,4; TALON 3. Elementary Education YOST, LAWRENCE M.. Business 18 Stony Rd., Edison, N. J. Student Council 3; Bowling 3,4; Class Rep. 1; 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; I.B.M. fcchanlcs YOUNG, DIANE M., Business 24 Kimble St., Nixon, N. J. Chorus 2,3; Music Club 2,3; Girls Glee Club 4; A Cappella Choir 4. Secretary YUHAS, LINDA CAROL, Business 10 Brookvllle Rd., Edison, N. J. Business Club 4; Eagle 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Basketball 4; Tennis Club 3. Secretary ZALOGA, BARBARA EILEEN, C. P. 6 Caldwell Rd., Edison, N. J. N.H.S. 3,4; Eagle 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,4; Germ. Club 1,2,3,4. Teacher ZARDAVETS, JOSEPH ROBERT, C.P. 190 Loring Ave., Edison, N. J. Baseball 1,3,4; Football 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; TALON (Assist. Bus. Manager 4). ZDUNEK, ALEXIS D., Business 57 Knapp Ave., Edison, N. J. Business Club 3. 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