Edison High School - Talon Yearbook (Edison, NJ)

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 i "I want to know what it says ... the sea ... What it is that it keeps on say- ing.” Zalon ’67 Edison ZowHsliip High School Edison, flew Jersey Volume VJJJZke Class of '67 presents. . . A Sea of MemoriesForeword .. . "The sea never changes, and its works, for all the talk of men. arc wrapped in mystery." Life, as the movement of the surf, continues eternally and neither can be altered nor explained. Each new wave rushes to land carrying with it something the shore has not yet experienced. One wave, rudely constructed, moves to shore—the inevitable end, yet only the beginning. As it recedes, it takes with it some new element to en- hance the structure of its future and the memory of its past. As it breaks, each wave adds something to the intrigue of the sea as each individual adds something to the mystery of life Retaining the experience of adolescence he is now prepared to etch his footprints in the sands of time. 4 — 9 uoijmpdWe dedicate the 1967 Talon to Mrs. Harriet Millemann with great appreciation for her care and consolation, unselfishly and warm- heartedly given to the students of ETHS. Never has anyone left her office without a smile, a little lecture and a lemon drop to help him through the day. Affectionately, The Class of '67 "1 must go down to the seas again for the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied ... ”'And I have loved thee, Ocean! And my joy Of youthful sports was on thy breast to be borne ...” H"And I have loved thee, Ocean! and my joy Of youthful sports was on thy breast to be Borne, like thy bubbles, onward; from a boy I wantoned with thy breakers—they to me Were a delight; and if the freshening sea Made them a terror—’twas a pleasing fear, For I was as it were a child of thee, And trusted to thy billows far and near, And laid my hand upon thy mane—as 1 do here."13K»T-TiT«lr'A Senior's Reflections . .. From my freshman perspective, an eternity of high school loomed ahead to be filled with the attainment of knowledge and foundations for memories. As the clouds in my mind began to clear, my recollections took on a definite form, summer ap- proached, and suddenly I was no longer labelled "frosh”. The dawn of my sophomore year brought new horizons to light. Our class from junior high was reunited ... we were able to battle the upperclassmen for room in the halls and seats in the cafeteria ... we broke all precedents by holding an informal class dance ... skateboarding was a common sight on sidewalks all over Edison, and not uncommon in the halls of E.T.H.S. ... the new wing was officially opened and the girls finally had gym classes alone. Almost before I realized it, exams were over and I was an upperclassman! Assuming my lofty position of Junior, I found myself advis- ing those unfortunate beings known as underclassmen ... the I.B.M. system was announced, and confusion reigned once more ... the Halloween dance was made memorable by the Juniors’ possession of "the circle" ... play night regally de- scended and profits rolled in from three performances ... our long-awaited rings arrived in time for Easter vacation ... our first real worries about plans after graduation were introduced by anxious guidance counselors ... I waited with mixed emo- tions, prom night came along ... soon afterwards, senior year was upon me. The summer was shorter than usual. The new year came to an official beginning when the Juniors stood for us at assembly ... the time for yearbook pictures rapidly approached . .. football season was in full swing, and excitement mounted for our first game with J.P.S. ... for the first time in the history of E.T.H.S., the seniors took over the school for a day ... the traditional tree in the lobby officially marked our last Christmas season at Edison . .. college acceptances and job placements were announced, to the many hopeful seniors ... spring was introduced in style with the A Cappclla Choir robed at last ... Before I had time to think about it, Prom weekend was over, our last finals taken, and Class Night '67 arrived. As I reflect upon the shortest and busiest years of my life, I am filled with pride and happiness, yet still a touch of sadness. I am surrounded by the many acquaintances and friends with whom I have shared so many happy days, and I am grateful for the memories that they provide. And I look to the future, in which my sea of memories will have an opportunity to expand and flourish. 15Seniors17CAROL JEAN AIELLO A Cappella hits a high note ... to laugh and have friends . .. "O.K., who are you trying to kid?" ... I.B.M. her key to the future. LINDA ALMAN "Lin" . .. high flying as an airline stewardess ... always a smile ... "Yeah, right!” ... rhythm in her step ... co- captain of drill team. MARIE ALVATOR Carries the colors for E.T.H.S. ... water sports rate high ... "Gee!" ... friends are a special part of happiness ... nursing career ahead. WILLIAM ARSENIO "Bill" ... "Arc you serious?” ... fun is where you find it ... will teach History on college level ... to live is his greatest joy . .. ambitious Student Council leader. MICHAEL L. ARWAY "Mike’’ .. . initiative and responsibility working for him ... future math in- structor ... hard-working Key Club leader ... "Sure am!” ... friendliness plus dependability make him well-liked. MICHAEL E. AVERY "MikS' ... easy to get along with . .. will join the Army Helicopter Corps . .. an enthusiast of all sports .. . "Who's that sneaking in the Senior Door?” ... "Cool it!" DAVID BAGAN "Date" ... future in Navy Blue ... "Ugh. those short lunches!" ... he'd rather work on cars. ■ V BARBARA BALDWIN "Bobbin’ ... little and lively .. . flies high for Edison ... fun at football and basketball games . . . "Sorry 'bout that!" ... a nurse's life is her goal. 18KAREN BALINT "Give me an E" ... have heart will listen ... a future math major ... who could forget the Hamilton game of '65!! ... spirited and enthusiastic ... bubbling personality-. MARY BALLEK A nursing career in the future ... "I care!” ... F.H.A.—a favorite activity ... enjoys attending concerts . .. cher- ishes true friendship. ERIC ALAN BARTH "Thug” ... next stop—a Midwestern college ... a career in music will fol- low ... enjoys jazz and a good book. ... "That’s wonderful!" ... good taste is important. PAMELA MARIE BEARDSLEY 'Tam" ... chorus will be remembered ... an understanding nature .. . "Oh. brother!” ... hurray for more school spirit ... a career in elementary educa- tion. SANDRA BERNATH "Sandy" ... folk-singing.enthusiast ... college and social work ahead .. . mem- ories of All-State and many other choirs ... happiness is a summer at the shore ... "I’m not proud!" DAVID M. BERNOTSKI "Dave" ... many friends will long be remembered . .. records rate high ... can be found bowling or playing base- ball ... will enjoy campus life. MICAH BERTIN "Mike" ... a political lawyer ... our "fearless class leader" for 2 years ... will long remember his trip to France ... soccer—a favorite sport ... "No sweat!" CAROLYN BIRCH A friendly person and good listener ... will never forget the thrill of gradua- tion ... "Oh, dam!" ... horseback riding, tennis and swimming arc fa- vorites. 19DOROTHY A. BITETTO "Peanuts" ... future in art ... N.H.S. induction a wonderful memory ... "glccming personality” ... good-na- tured ... behind the scenes at class plays ... "Egads!” MORRIS J. BLAUER A fun-loving guy with an infectious laugh . .. language major in college ... "Tsk!" ... remember the great Talon meetings ... a compliment to A Op- pel la Choir. RAY D. BLEVINS An easy-going guy ... his friends arc his concern . .. career still in con- templation ... memories of gradua- tion will remain cherished. DIANE BOARDMAN Elementary education in her future ... F.T.A. a favorite activity . .. trips to Georgia recall fondest memories. SIMEON A. BOGIAGES "Si-Bo" ... college in his future ... longs for an Opel Kadctt ... loyalty, a commendable virtue ... enjoys sports ... "Come on, be a good guy!” KERRY V. BOGLE "Skip" ... unlimited school spirit ... sincerity is a friend's greatest virtue ... Boys' Stater ... "This is true!” ... a real bowling pro. GERALD V. BOSSO "Jerry’ ... a fun-loving guy ... hunt- ing and sports rate ... a good job is his ambition ... make the most of life ... an E.T.H.S. football fan. KATHLEEN E. BOYLAN "Kathi” ... really cuts the ice ... further schooling to follow graduation ... gift of gab . .. memories of the Senior Prom . .. "Would you believe?” 20JAMES ALLEN BOYLE "Jim" ... will join the ranks after graduation ... long-haired girls are his favorite ... happy-go-lucky ... “You win a few, you lose a few!" VICTORIA ANN BREWER "Vi{" ... happy all the time ... mem- ories stem from times at the shore ... soph secretary ... belief in people . .. "Fabulous!" NANCY BRIDGES Quiet type ... her favorite expression is a smile ... friends, friends, and more friends . .. enjoys country music ... have fun while you can. LILLIAN I. BRIENZA "Lit' can talk herself out of any situa- tion .. . make the best of things ... the secretarial field in her future .. . "Yeah, it is." SHARON L. BROGAN Commercial artist . .. horseback riding a special interest ... "Check it out!" . .. happiness is an important element in life ... hates hypocrisy. HAROLD S. BROKAW Slight touch of mischief . .. girls— a pet peeve? ... avid archer . . . really determined ... "Oh, fooly." LESLIE A. BROOKES "Brooksit” ... shuns sloppy suits and soggy sandwiches ... '67 forever ... Oh. for a Florida tan ... "You gotta be kidding." DONALD BROWN "Donny” ... smooth talker ... fun is where you find it ... leave things of the future to fate ... lasting graduation memories. 21PAUL B. BROWN "Happy . . . drafting in his future ... often seen in room 137 ... "What's happening?" ... friends of '65 ... pool is his cue. WILLIAM BROWN Bill will enlist in the service ... memori . s of the Jr. Class Play ... dis- likes crowded hallways ... "Get the full benefit out of life." RICHARD PAUL BUDNAR "Rieb" ... musical future . .. pro- fessional organist ... Honda man ... senior prom and band . .. loyalty is essential. PEGGY ANN BUDSOCK One of the quiet set . . . airline stew- ardess ... sewing and swimming are favorites ... down with laziness ... "That's the breaks.” WILLIAM L. BURDIN "Bird" ... lover of the West . .. enjoys water sports ... has a good time ... to manage a hotel in Phoeniz, Arizona ... "Get out of here!" A. WESLEY BUSSEY, JR. "Wes” ... thoughts dwell on mechanics generosity is unsurpassed Down with those finals! ... "Forget it." ... a firm future is of the utmost importance. JOHN F. CALANDRUCCIO "Big John” . .. high style in his future ... O.K. guy ... great sense of humor ... "Be cool!" ... football games and driving rate. CAROLYN A. CALLAWAY "Carol" ... elementary teacher ... foot- ball games and sewing arc favorite pastimes ... "Forget it!" ... Mrs. Cal's class never to be foigotten. 22DOLORES ANN CAMPBELL "Lorrie" ... she’ll excel in a foreign relations career ... "What can I say?" ... integrity and realism come naturally ... Smothers Brothers and guitar arc tops. JAMES P. CARDANEO "Jim" ... longs to teach high school math ... shows his interest in music through the Edison band ... "Right!" ... his friends are most important. ANTHONY PATRICK CARRATURO "Carrol" ... favorites arc pool and golf . .. memories of Mr. Fixer's wood shop ... "How much?" ... desk- drummers drive him nuts. JILL CAMPBELL Memories of Mom Cal and the Stevens game ... surfing and listening to Johnny Mathis ... "Yeah, almost!” ... school spirit plus ... a Talon chief ... gift of gab. TONI CANNELLA Hopes to become a beautician ... bowling enthusiast . .. has served her class well . .. favors A Cappella Choir ... "You’ll get over it!” KEVIN ROBERT CASEY "Case'’ ... just add cars and mix well ... run the Track in the cold ... "Take it easy" ... happiness is not outdoor assemblies ... "Don’t worry about it!" THERESA N. CASTELLANO "Terry" . . . love those lemon drops ... "Pretend you don’t know me!" ... BINGO! . . . late again, tsk, tsk ... her mild temperament reigns ... always a smile. 23JAMES CATSOULIS His favorite time is 5:15 ... enjoy life while you can . .. plans to become a welder ... "Sorry about that!" VERONDA CAVICO "Rhondtd’ ... summers spent at the shore ... never loses her cool ... col- lege will see this future oceanographer. DAVID P. CHESTER I.B.M. school in the future . .. active sports participant ... "You fool!” ... guitars and girls take up spare time ... remember the dances and football FLORENCE CHIAVARINI "Flo" . .. when school's out—the shore's in! ... I.B.M. school in store for the future . .. friendly toward everyone ... "You're kidding!" PATRICIA CHORLTON "Chips" ... kindness is her notable feature ... "I don't know!" ... to become an airline stewardess is her dream ... horseback riding, a favorite activity. MICHAEL CIANCIA "Moose" . .. kick-off dances on Friday nights are annoying . .. autographing books, an interesting hobby . .. foot- ball is really "all rights!" ... junior college in the future. FRANK CLAIN College-bound ... memories of The Mouse That Roared . .. sports, especially football, interest him ... a friend to all ... "No, I don't believe it!" JOHN CLOUGH "Just John” ... always on the right "track"—team, that is ... enjoys play- ing his guitar . . . friendly individual ... "Okay" ... college is the first step to success. 24JOANNE M. COBB "Jo" ... our "Duchess Gloriana" ... always laughing ... "Yea, team, yea" ... active student council officer ... aspires to be a nurse ... "Cool it!" JOSEPH F. COLASURDO "Mighty Jot" ... lie'll lead a barber's life ... shining personality ... "Think for yourself" ... set yourself a goal ... "That ain't bad!" PETER S. COLE "Sam" . .. basketball and sleep rate high ... "Hey, man!" ... what about that soaked-down pep rally? ... plans on college. DENNIS C. COLLETTE Enjoys life to its fullest . .. remember the vice-principal's office! ... drums, driving, and music rate high ... "I doubt it!" ... a great dancer. JOHN C. COLLETTO "Wild man" . .. unpredictable .. - don't "bug” him .. . spare time de- voted to football and billiards ... "What are you, crazy?" RICHARD W. COLLINS "Riel ’ ... a career in German . .. one of the quiet ones ... can be found at football games or German Club meetings ... can live without home- work. ROBERT T. COLLINS "Bob" . .. actively supports school ac- tivities .. - one of the Honda set ... a future teacher . .. "Oh! those parties" ... Mr. Fleischakcr's Ice Hockey team ... "Wild things!" CAROL A. COMMUNE "Rabbit" ... will remember all her friends at E.T.H.S. ... Mr. Masscr will hold a special place in her thoughts ... a friend to all. 25 CLAIRE M. CONERTY "Conner ' . . . sparkle in her eye ... a real ace on the dance floor ... will teach elementary school . . loves bowl- ing and football games. VITO CONFORTI On to college ... always a good time . .. graduation will be remembered ... "Don't get excited!" ... cars take up spare time. JOHN R. CONNOR No evil can befall a good man ... G- day memories will be cherished . .. friends rate highly with him. GLORIA K. CONRAD "Kathy ... a happy twirler ... "Hay" . .. We'll never have time to finish lunch . .. enjoys bowling and horse- back riding. PATRICK CONRAD "Pm" ... to join the Navy ... you'll find him at drag races . .. "Right here!" ... fifth period rover ... seniors are seniors; they don't need privileges. V HAROLD RICHARD COOPER "Coop" ... accounting to follow col- lege ... quiet manners . .. "Get nice!" . .. G.W.A. charter member ... "No comment." BARBARA CORCORAN "Bari" ... will work in physical therapy ... happy when playing her guitar ... will remember "Kerrigan's 5th" ... "Would you believe ... ?” JAMES E. CORNELL "Jim" ... the world's best cooks are men ... hates hypocrites ... weight- lifting is a favorite pastime ... "You know what—that's what." 26VINCENT F. CORTELLACCI "Vinrtie" ... offset printing in the luture ... funny guy ... a strong be- liever in individual freedom . , . "Get nice!" ... friend to all. DAVID HOWARD COURTNEY "Date" .. . football, pool, and basket- ball take up spare time ... "Let me tell ya!" ... Wouldn't it be nice to eat lunch home for a change? DAVID J. CREED "Ace” . .. junior college in future ... basketball and parties fill after-school hours ... has a good time .. . "I'm not proud!" ... will remember fifth period hall duty. LEONARD J. CROWDER Sociable "Leu" ... will remember his graduation day . . . accounting in the future ... "Forget it!" . . . enjoys bowl- ing and golfing ... detests people who brag. RICHARD J. CROWDER “Rich" . . . aluj)s a smile . .. out- standing member of the Boy Scouts . . . faithful friend . .. all-round good stu- dent . .. manned the "Edison Thun- der”. SHAMUS M. CURRY "Jim" ... individuality his trademark; achievement his goal . .. "Cool it" . .. graduation memories . .. hates those wet pep rallies ... sports rate. KATHLEEN D’ALLIEGRO “Katb)" . . secretarial work in future ... activities include cooking and sing- ing ... "and we'll have fun. fun, fun" ... "Would you believe?” . . . memory of graduation will linger above all. EUGENE D. DALTON "Gene'' ... will make it big in the entertainment world . .. dislikes people who nag ... talented bass guitarist ... "I’m hip!" ... too many memories to list. 27JOHN D. DAMIANO "Chief . . . often behind the eight-ball ... "I don't believe it!” ... wants to build the future ... sports over all. PAUL M. DAVEY "Date’' ... he'll help keep people trim —as a barber ... ah. to relax and eat lunch slowly ... cars are his specialty ... "Hey. Man!" ... enjoy life to its fullest. THOMAS DELBERT DAVIS "T. D." .. . college bound . .. favorite activities include wrestling and cap- turing watermelons . .. will remember cheerleading at Varsity Club Night . .. "Snap out of it!" WILLIAM J. DAVIS "Bill" . .. why doesn't school start about 10:00? ... “I doubt it!” ... football is a favorite pastime. DARCY CLACHER DAXON "Daree" ... interested in "most any- thing" .. . "You ain't wrong" ... tum- bling and apparatus work head her list of sports ... undecided future ... di- versity is her goal. ADELE M. DE CARLI "Dell " ... never stops chattering ... "Oh, well" ... two-faced people drive her crazy ... endless humor keeps every- one laughing ... her motto: Once a friend, always a friend. LINDA B. DcCHIRICO Secretarial future looks promising ... creative seamstress ... oh, those home- rooms! ... memories of American His- tory I ... "I think I'm going to faint!” BERNARD R. DcFAZIO "Bernie" ... nothing like billiards to fill time ... coffee-sippers drive him crazy ... to own lunch wagon and meat store chain after college ... "Hold time.” 28BRIAN M. DEISLEY "Pro” ... undecided future ... looking forward to his diploma ... great pool player ... baseball a specialty ... "Deislcy's on the warpath, shoot! shoot ! JAMES THOMAS DeMARY "Jim” ... conceited he's not ... college bound ... baseball keeps him moving ... "Hey boy!" ... 3 cheers for upper- classmen ! ( SHIRLEY DEBRA DcMUNNO "Skirl'’ . . . Espauol—con tnucho gusto! ... college awaits her ... NHS and Academy rate ... football games friends = memories. CAROL ANN DeTURRIS "EHS kids are great!” ... pet peeve— roast beef . .. "Oh. gossip” ... loves swimming and reading . .. someday a clerk-typist. CAROL A. DcVOE Como esta listed? ... Academy of Science Prexy to pursue a career in science ... at the beach—when she's not dancing ... "Are you kidding?" JOSEPH P. DICCIANNI "Jod’ ... life is worth living ... college lies ahead ... advocates longer lunches ... cars monopolize his time ... "Don't worry about it." SUSAN A. DICCIANNI "Sue” ... cooking, sewing, sodality . being helpful is essential in life . business career in her future. DIANE M. DICKHUT Whatever happened to the Pep Club? . .. happy sun-filled hours at the beach ... "Really?" ... a lover of sports cars. 29JAMES A. DI SPAGNA "Jim” will join the frosh forces in col- lege . .. “Be happy" . .. likes long hair on girls only ... "Gued" . . . happy when playing in his band. ANTHONY D’OLIVEIRA 'Tow ' ... college bound ... will re- member running track during baseball ... "neat” .. . would like to sec more freshmen over 4 feet tall. JULIANN M. DOMINICK "Julie’’ ... welcome addition from St. Peter's . .. Sportslady ... moderation a characteristic ... "Togetherness" . .. dislikes disorder . .. "Get nice." ROBERT C. DOMOLKI Military service in the future ... "No comment" ... health is wealth ... prospective mechanic . .. J.V. baseball ... "Yep!" ROBERT JEFFREY DORFMAN "Bob" ... a true diplomat ... con- tinental . .. concern and sincerity in friendship . .. "Klass" . .. school spirit is exceeded by his desire to succeed.THOMAS L. DOWNEY "Tom" ... memories—singing die Alma Mater and a football game we WON! ... "I swear" ... spends spare time making smoke in the Chefs Club ... honesty and love of life. O KATHLEEN F. DUDAS "Kathy” computes her future at I.B.M. school ... found on tennis courts fre- quently ... on the football field as a color guard ."Really!” LINDA M. DUPLISSA Friendly ... enjoys horseback riding and skiing ... a psychology major in college ... “R-R-Right!” ... Future Physicians and Photography Club arc favorites -.. lasting friendships had their beginnings here. RICHARD A. DUTKA "Duck” . .. Honda m3n . .. plans to attend night school .. . often seen on the soccer field ... long memories of Edison girls ... likeable guy. ROY THOMAS EGELAND Indispcnsiblc Talon Art Editor ... a Morris Minor with a racing stripe? ... color Him cool ... architectural career ... "O Right" . .. serious some- times. humorous sometimes, lovable al- ways. NORA ELLEN EICHERT Junior college and business school her goals ... her familiar smile greets her many friends ... let the senior class triumph ... spirit fills her heart ... "You're kidding." KAREN ENOCH "Pocakantai’ ... be yourself ... library work fills her spare time . .. Freshman Christmas Concert will long be re- membered ... plans to travel as an airline stewardess. WILLIAM G. ENOCH "Bill” ... "I am what I am and that's all that I am" ... 2 year soccer man ... "That's close" ... the ability to smile when things get "tuff." 31WANDA M. ERTL LINDA M. FALCONE "Wannie" will major in music ... EHS band will long be remembered ... "Right!" ... have fun and enjoy liv- ing. " V'istit" enjoys cars and drag racing ... math major ... "Now, is that a tomboy or not ?" ... math team and Academy of Science. JANICE E. FAUPEL "Jan" ... jazz and her friends captivate her interest ... a true beauty ... impatient people aggravate her ... "I really do.” JAMES C. FEDCHIN "Jim" ... career as a civil engineer . . a top cross-country man ... pet peeve is people in a hurry ... "Nice guy.” ✓ SUSAN L. FELLOWS "Sue" . .. small and friendly ... future plans include college ... always to remember the proms ... FHA atop her list of favorites . . . "You're kid- ding." ETHEL M. FELTHAM School spirit plus ... business college planned ... "Dingle Dangle” ... mem- ories of "The Mouse" ... naturally nice ... ready, warm smile ... sure success. ARLENE F. FERDINANDO "At" . .. football enthusiast ... music is a special interest ... will wing her way to success ... "I don't know" ... happy outlook on life. NICHOLAS W. FILOCCO "Nitk" ... history major . .. champion chess player ... "How about that” ... friends and activities rate high ... thinks of the good times. 32FRANK M. FINAN, JR. Friendly and carefree ... basketball’s his sport ... the shore and ’cycles— really great! ... flat tires bother him ... happiness is his aim. ROBERT H. FIRESTINE "Bolt’ ... longs for the life of the sea ... unpredictable and fun ... active member of the football team ... "Not again!" ... a black Chevy. FRANCIS FISHER As likeable as the smile on his face ... In quietness and confidence shall be his strength. CAROLINE T. FISNE Secretarial future . .. F.H.A.—What a blast! ... swimming and horseback riding rate ... "Great!” ... quiet and Sweet. MARYLOU E. FLAHERTY "Lou" ... child-care specialist ... "Oh my nerves!’’ ... gridiron enthusiast ... friendship—a winning virtue ... active member of Girls' Service Club. GARY V. FLEAGLE Music is his life ... a two-year All- State member . .. "Don’t worry about it!" ... a credit to the ice hockey team ... take advantage of your ability. WENDI R. FLECKENSTEIN "Big K" ... remembers her summer job ... loves the shore and New York City ... on to business school ... "Really!" MARILYN A. FODOR "Fuddsy ... ability to make friends ... outgoing nature .. . marks time with Rangcrettes ... “Oh, No!" ... slow-movers in crowded halls drive her batty ... elementary school teacher in future. 33BARBARA M. FORMOLO Good natured "Sam" . .. never do today what you can do tomorrow ... true friendships will be cherished . mem- ories of F.H.A. CAROL A. FRANKLIN Determination and liveliness ... ‘world- wide happiness would satisfy her dream ... "Oh, gosh!" ... not afraid of new ideas ... carrot top ... EHS student body unforgettable. PAUL K. FREEMAN A quiet guy ... his many friends and all the good times will be remembered ... a conscientious worker . .. success is certain. MEMORY H. FRENCH "Mtm" ... the Music Man . . . hunt- ing, fishing, and mechanics in his spare time ... future in metal working ... Mr. Hughes' classes provide memories. JOANNE N. FRISCH Will design fashions of the future ... friends arc the greatest treasures . .. hair style and dressmaking . .. gives credit where credit is due. PHYLLIS M. GALINDO "Phil" ... Happy-go-lucky ... helps bum it up with the Chefs Club ... "I don’t believe it” . .. candy-striper in spare time. GEORGE J. GARDNER An aspiring artist ... color his life exciting ... spare time spent with "The Germs" ... Is that a fire drill? ... ETHS forever. ROBERT J. GARFIELD "Bob" ... the ocean is his next stop ... a lot to talk about ... work, sports and friends fill spare moments . . . happiness is mental satisfaction ... "What can I say?" 34THOMAS GARFIELD "Tom" ... future pilot in the Air Force ... time is of the essence ... "A man is his own star" ... "What can I say?" FRANCIS XAVIER GAVIGAN "Frank" .. . stakes high on education ... to teach tomorrow's teens . .. "Son of a gun” ... will remember home- room basketball tourney . . . "Get nice." MICHAEL GECZI "Mike" ... an aversion to Fords ... having fun, a hobby ... happiest when he’s going home. TOBY ELLEN GERBER From Talon business to retail buying ... Senior Prom a cherished memory ... “Really?” ... fun times at the shore ... “You're kidding!" KENNETH R. GERSON "Ken" ... philosophy: "I'm right until proven wrong." . .. candlelight lunches in the office? ... medical career planned ... active on the tennis team. MARY CATHERINE GIBSON A future secretary ... "Rebel" sticks to her guns ... understanding and pa- tience her virtues . .. singing keeps her happy ... "La di da!" RICHARD GIEG "RicfJ' ... will become an electronic serviceman ... ask him about the Civil War ... "What?" ... enjoys playing baseball . .. Anyone for a wet pep rally? STANLEY GIRNAS "Nats" ... electronics technician ... witty ... everyone needs a sense of humor ... bowling is his speciality . .. patience personified ... set a goal and accomplish it. 35ALLEN F. GIROUX Life is worthwhile ... an easy goin' guy . -. cross country team tops "Aft' list of favorites ... college ahead ... "Que Rasiima." ANNE MARIE GIROUX Always a smile ... athletically in- clined ... college ahead .. . "Be good" ... a friend to all ... misery is a rock- hard cookie. V I BONNIE ANN GIRVAN Loves Red ... little in stature, big in heart ... long walks in New York ... "Sah!" ... friends arc former ... smooth dancer. GAIL E. GORDON "Gidge” . . . Talon co-editor . . . happi- ness is a guitar and surfboard ... real tiger at heart .. . "This is true!” remember the class of '65. GARY GOVE "Brillo" ... friendly guy with a great sense of humor ... Phys. Ed. major in college ... enjoys surfing and soccer ... "Would you believe?" ... LOVE! LINDA GROOM Secretarial plans . . . pleasant personality ... loyalty a virtue ... one of the quieter set. THOMAS WILLIAM GRZYWINSKI "BoGriz” .. ■ good man on the court ... IBM operator ... Good Grief! ... love is all-important ... girl watching a favorite pastime .. - "Take it easy." LORETTA GUASTELLA "Ret" .. . friendship a quality, content- ment a goal ... Eagle, NHS fondest memories ... math or journalism major . . . happiness stems from understanding. 36 HELENE CAROL GUBIK A cheerful smile for everyone ... hopes for a career in dancing . .. Remember the '65 Hamilton game ... "Uh, try again" ... A "Dolittlc" who does a lot. SANDRA GUNNING "Sam" ... motorcycle enthusiast ... "You're beat for your mind" ... still contemplating Iter future ... will re- member Mr. Masser ... '67 Prom mem- ories always. DOLORES HALL "Dee" ... college for the future ... drill team and sports occupy her time ... kindness, understanding, and sin- cerity make a true friend . .. “Arc you serious?" PATRICIA HAMILTON "Pal" ... study and fun in the Florida sun .. . memories of English III and Mr. Kerrigan ... enjoys the arts ... GAA and Insists occupy spare time. EDWARD HAMMER "Tuna" ... a welcome addition from Rahway H.S. ... sense of humor and athletic ability make him a "good sport” ... "You're kidding!” RICHARD ALAN HANSEN "Rick" . .. will succeed as a draftsman ... enjoys any sport, especially football ... bowling takes up spare time ... "It shakes me up!" WILLIAM N. HARDY "Bill" ... plans for the priesthood reflected in his understanding nature ... Latin and German Clubs fill his spare time ... "He who laughs last, laughs best." DEBORAH A. HARKINS "Debbie" ... hates getting up in the morning . .. looks for honesty in people ... loathes walking to school in rain ... "Check that" ... business world awaits her. 37LINDA HARRIGAN "Harr ’ ... future lies in I.B.M. ... will remember the fun at football games ... "Would you believe?" ... swim- ming is a favorite sport. exams ... all types of sports arc en- joyable ... a career in Navy blue awaits him ... happiness is ... MICHAEL T. HARRISON "Mike’’ ... "I wish I had a watermelon” ... a gridiron player . .. college ahead . . . his senior year's his greatest . .. oh, those wild basketball games. w JACQUELYN HART "Jackie'’ ... commercial artist . .. will always remember the proms . . dances up a storm . .. "Oh. you're real cool!" . . . most important clement of life: Happiness. PATRICIA M. HAVENS "Pat" . . . sees future in medicine ... club enthusiast . .. life is what you make it ... junior year long remem- bered ... a smile for everyone . .. "Funny thing about that!" PEGGY HAWKINS "Pe ’ ... football games will always be remembered . . . dislikes large crowds ... singing and playing the organ rate high ... "Tough!" MEL V. HAYNES Eagle and Photography Club keep him busy ... commercial pilot ... Edison High stands for friends ... follow the road to success ... life would be better without homework. J. RICHARD HEHN "Rich" . .. future in civil engineering ... "How should I know?" ... will never forget harmonizing with Key- tones, and memories of NHS induc- tion ... leadership, his most commend- able virtue. 38THOMAS HETTICH, JR. "Tom" enjoys running hard for cross- country' "Hey, Fritz!" ... first varsity letter was a real thrill ... a college future . .. punctuality, please! KENNETH R. HEWITT "K.T.C.” ... science major ... rates friends highly ... lots of brain power and diplomacy . .. "Quel gaspillage!" enjoys a good meal and catnaps. PATRICK J. HIGGINS "Higg ' . .. plans include college ... 3 cheers for the '63 football team ... extra time spent on basketball, bowling, and girls . .. "Don't blow your cool!" ... always true. CARL HODGES Plans to build his future . .. life is too short, so live while you can ... motorcycle enthusiast . .. "Oh. come now!'' ... enjoys playing a bass guitar. ARTHUR W. HOFFMAN "Art" finds college or the service in- viting ... enjoys Bob Dylan and the blues ... "Sit haben mein Gluck" ... all-county choir member ... "Hello dere." BARBARA J. HOLCLI "Barb" . .. laughter is speech set to music . .. enjoys wrestling matches ... future as a secretary ... "I can't stand it." ... chorus will be long remembered. ROBERT J. HOOVER "Bob" . .. sincerity his greatest virtue ... nice to know ... on the quiet side ... always a good sport. 39 ELIZABETH ANN HOWARD "Belly" ... hopes of entering the Peace Corps ... consideration—a com- mendable virtue ... "You’re kidding!" ... play practice will recall fond mem- ories. JAMES B. HURLEY Happy-go-lucky "Hurt" ... soccer co- captain and All-County Team ... quiet wit ... always remember the fly in algebra. GARY M. JAFFE "Ben" ... on to a college education ... enjoys sports of all types—especially homeroom basketball ... love is "in- dubitably" the most important thing in life. ELIZABETH S. JOBBINS "Belly" ... history major ... enjoys drawing and singing . .. "Sporadic" ... "I don't, believe it!" ... Glee Club and A Cappella hit a high note with her. WILLIAM F. KAESAR "Bill" ... a friend to all ... pleasant disposition ... a little on the quiet side . . . subtle humor . .. always in on the fun. JUNE KAPLAN Enjoys football and basketball games ■ • • enjoys good jazz ... plans to be a dental assistant ... "Oh No!" ... girls’ track and G.A.A. arc favorites. RICHARD M. KAPLAN "Rich" . . . plans to work with brain- injured children ... active youth club leader . .. radiant happiness ... "Need- less to say" . .. essential member of the Talon staff. VIRGINIA M. KAPLER "Cinny" ... the world of business awaits her ... a class should function together . . outdoor gym classes are fun in nice weather! ... "Why?" 40DONALD J. KARL "Dorp ... future accountant ... hates the sound of that alarm clock ... deems honesty an important trait ... uses his free time playing billiards ... "What's happening?" JOHN KATANA "John Kat" . .. man of few words ... enjoys traveling above all ... “I doubt it" ... determination will achieve his goal of happiness. DONNA KEEVIL Fun-loving and dependable nature ... great kid ... 2 year Talon member ... loves football and drag races ... "Right?" . always cherish ETHS and NHS induction ... future in ele- mentary education. MARY JANE KENYON Future dental assistant . .. loves bi- ology ... a listening post for problems ... "Oh. Well" . .. often found at the root of a practical joke. ROGER ALAN KERMES "Rog" . .. soccer and track arc favorites ... Navy and college will take per- severance .. . Mom Oil's raiders won't be soon forgotten ... "Good Morning" ... How about rearranging the cafe- teria ? JOYCE KIBALKA "Ja-CP ... adventure in the sky as an airline stewardess ... All-State Choir is among her favorites . .. "Aw-w-w-w" ... sits high in the saddle ... enjoys "messing around." JAMES V. KILROY "Jay" ... flamboyant personality ... Navy Blues in his future ... "Hey, Baby!" ... sense of humor consoles the tennis team ... pool and parties keep him relaxed. RICHARD KINNERSLEY "Rich" ... a calm outlook on life ... "a carefree life that laughs at worry" ... quietly outgoing ... a friendly personality . .. enjoys life as it is. 41LINDA KIRCHOFER "Lin" ... plans a future in fashion ... a Jog named Michelangelo? ... behind the scenes of the "Mouse" ... interest lies in music. DIANA KIRKPATRICK "Dee'" ... "Take it slow" . .. always a smile ... horseback riding and danc- ing among her interests . .. hypocrites arc taboo ... IBM School. LOUISE KISH "Little One" ... seems quiet, but— .. . take things as they come ... Mr. Pat will always be remembered . .. IBM School in her future . .. getting along with people is all-important. DONALD J. KIST "Red" ... hopes for a Naval career ... loves being a senior ... enjoys working with wood ... "We want longer lunches!" ... "Oh, well." RANDOLPH KLIMEK "Randy . .. whatever happened to split sessions? ... thinks ahead ... stock cars occupy his spare time ... mechanical engineering in the future ... "Get loud!" FLOYD KLINE Auto and diesel mechanic . . friendly and easy going guy . . one of Edison's Righteous Brothers . . . "You best be- lieve it!" SHARON KLINE "Kline ' ... has that "happy with life" look ... fun times in the gym ... enjoys going places ... "Smile!" ... social work or medical technology future. 42THOMAS H. KNOEBEL "Saint Torn” .. . football Ietterman ... quiet and friendly ... veterinarian as a profession . .. "Forget it” ... ability to make friends ... one of the quiet set. WILLIAM H. KOCH "Bill” . . . will attend college ... school should begin at 12:00 P.M. . .. baseball is a favorite . .. "Cool it” ... happy attitude toward life. DAVID A. KOCZAN "Koz” ... hopes for college ... always remember graduation day ... golf is his forte . .. hates "pseudo-surfers” .. . fighter to the end. CAROL M. KOEHLER "Sydnie" ... a stamp and coin collector ... exchange editor of the Eagle . .. a chemistry teacher in the future ... loves to travel .. . "Try again!" STEPHENIE B. KOJSZA "Sleie" ... hates early school hours ... "Man” ... records, radio, and read- ing . .. Senior Prom and those great assemblies will never be forgotten ... clerical future. WAYNE LOUIS KONNYU "Professor” .. . NHS president ... act- ing ability to form his future ... dedi- cated member of the Ice Hockey team ... "happily lost in a thousand worlds." LINDA M- KOSNAC "Lindy" ... scuba diving and boating are special interests ... twirling occupies her free hours ... having fun is im- portant ... "O.K." ... choir will be remembered. THOMAS A. KOVACS "Vox" ... “Care” ... Oh that Ice Hockey team! ... the ability to “get along” with people ... Veterinary Col- lege in the future . .. many unusual interests. 43ELAINE SUSAN KRAMER "Those FHA conventions sure can shake you up!” ... learning to drive, a real experience ... future home cc. major ... lively interest in school affairs. GARY KRAMER Will be successful in any career . .. Room 157 holds a special place in his heart ... people are the most important element in life. DONNA KRECHMAR Secretarial future ... happiness is a car of her own . .. spare time happily consumed at the beach ... remember friendships of ETHS. CAROL LYNN KRUGER Eagle editor-in-chief ... plans a career along the same lines .. . NHS induc- tion a memory forever ... dislikes cliques ... sparkling smile ... a petite miss. KAREN ANN KUBIAN Office work will follow graduation ... sense of humor and pleasant smile ... always be yourself . . . horseback riding a favorite activity . .. believes in last- ing friendships ... "Nice." LINDA M. KURACHIK "Kuronachik" . . . Tranquility wills the mind; friendship the heart" . .. pizza at Mom’s on Friday nights ... ability to understand others. JOHN J. LACHENMAYER "Big John" ... secs flying in his future ... football, Chef's Club, and fishing are special . .. lives life as he sees it ... "Better late than never.” 44EDWARD P. LA FONTAINE "L o" . .. friends with everyone ... a future in biology . .. seen at all sports events ... "Fore!" .. . honesty and loyalty arc important ... love those girls! W JOYCE LYNN LA FONTAINE "Joy” ... advocates more senior priv- ileges . .. future lies in a nursing career ... Nurses Club and Choir are most enjoyed ... "Gosh!" ... "Honesty is the best policy.” WANDA R. LA FRENIERE "Shorty’ ... bouncy future business teacher ... enjoys being right in the middle of all kinds of trouble ... "Oh, yeah!" Joseph vrro langone "Jot■" ... service plans ... "A man's own character shapes his fortune" ... enjoys the outdoors through hunting and fishing ... will remember gradua- tion. BRUCE H. LANKFORD "Lanky” . .. plans for a college future ... “Life is worth living" . .. always ready with a smile ... hunting, fishing, pool and cars. MARIAN J. LAYNG Dance, dance, dance .. . Marian plus math equal success . .. "Play ball" and be happy. CLIFFORD J. LEAHEY "Cliff’ .. . college in his future ... "Deutsck Sber allesf” ... enjoys singing with A Cappella and playing his guitar ... fond memories of his friends. GLENN O. LEONARD "Glenard” ... he has his ups and downs —flying and skin diving ... "Klass, Man" ... hates that red tape . .. "How ya fixed for blades?" 45BARNETT V. LEVINE "Barny" ... will always remember Edison's friendliness ... a future so- ciologist or psychologist ... hard-hitting tennis player ... "Klass, man, klass!" KATHERINE A. LILLIS "Kathy” ... high style in her future ... "That li'l ol' problem solver” ... what a sophomore year! MARGARET LINDSAY A quiet nature ... F.H.A. is a favorite activity . .. cooking and reading take up much time ... "I don't care." WILLIAM J. LLOYD "Big Bill" ... will study law and write indefinitely ... Who's MG is that? Sure is nice! ... good taste is most important ... "Right!" KENNETH W. LOWICK "Leo" ... individuality is important ... college in the future ... home- ward bound after school ... "Take it slow!" ... Key Club is a favorite ac- tivity. CATHERINE LOWRY "Cathy" ... let a smile be your um- brella . .. saves her words for the right moment ... always ready to have fun ... "Yes!" ANN MARIE LUIZZA Will enter the field of data processing ... heard supporting the football team ... chorus member and library aid ... reading takes up spare time ... "Bye, 8«ys!" LINDA A. LYNCH "Lynn" ... a doctor in the coming years ... an NHS scholar . .. epitome of determination ... A Cappella Choir and folksinging arc favorites. 46ROBERT LOUIS LYNCH '"Bob" ... military ambitions ... easy going guy ... Remember the girls— and graduation day . .. "What's new?" ROBERT J. MACKEY "Bob" ... football games will be a cherished memory ... all around ath- lete ... those women drivers ... "I don’t know." BARBARA M. MADISON "Be what you are," says "Barb" ... work, work, and more work ... special interests—ceramics and horseback rid- ing ... no complaints about life. WILLIAM J. MAGUIRE "Mag" ... he's his own boss ... seen running the bases ... kind-hearted ... graduation will bring memories ... "Right here" . .. honesty’s his policy. SUSAN E. MARCALY "Sue” ... to teach history is her goal ... remembers soggy- pep rallies ... loves to sew ... friendly to everyone ... happiness is most important to her. WILLIAM R. MARCALY "Bill” ... a boy and his guitar ... "I forget!” ... a good personality and sense of humor his attributes . .. "Have fun!" STEVEN R. MARCY "Sieve” ... unpredictably fun-loving . .. seen with the guys . .. "Oh. okay" ... will attain success in college ... all the good times in Edison will be remembered. RICHARD MARICLE "RidV ... service to follow graduation ... individualist at heart . .. "Whatsa matter for you?" ... cars and girls occupy spare time. 47BARBARA ANN MARINO "Barb" ... future legal secretary ... hates people who criticize ... "Well— I” ... genuine interest in her fellow man ... small but heard in a crowd. JAMES J. MARINO "Jim" ... a broad-minded individual . .. may someday defend you in court ... memories of "The Mouse" and "Pygmalion" ... a natural leader ... "You're kidding!" JOHN MARTONE Planning on the armed forces ... Senior Prom holds special memories ... happy man ... "Arc you some kind of a nut?” ... lots of consideration. NANCY MARTZ "Nance” ... All-State Choir membership —a prized accomplishment ... aspires to be an English teacher ... football games and all her friends are great. CHRISTINE S. MARZELLA "Chris" . . . fascinated by the unique ... psychology major in college . .. Hondas and the shore are favorites ... track team manager .. . "Funny thing about that!" HAROLD R. MAXWELL "Monk" . .. talks all the time . .. working and girl watching after school ... Strike! ... "Smile, Mr. Wallace!" ... "Do you want to bet ?" ALBERT P. MAYO "Al" ... "Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice." ... after a Ph.D. in history ... bug on patriotism ... future political scientist. JEFFREY J. MAYO "Jeff” ■ ■ ■ W'H engineer great projects .. . baseball and friends to be long re- membered . .. happy and conscientious ... faithful to the end ... "All right!” 4BDENNIS EUGENE McANDREWS "Den" ... "the thinker" ... plays golf in his spare time ... takes to astronomy ... life is to live, so enjoy it ... "Serious!” linda McCartney "Lynne'’ . .. plans a career in New York ... "enjoy youth, for you grow old too soon" ... will long remember graduation ... loves driving. SANDRA McCLAIN "Sandy" ... her smile is warm to every- one ... swimming's a sport to enjoy ... her path leads to college, travel ... “This is true!” SHARON L. McCLAIN Noted for her dependability and help- fulness ... has made many friends ... roller skating leads her social life ... interior decorating ... against short lunches ... "Tough.” thomas j. McConnell "Tom" ... easy to get along with ... ... water skiing—a favorite activity ... "O.K., B.J.I” ... lunch is just too.sbort! ... plans to become a forest ranger. PATRICIA R. McCORMACK "Pat" ... rides the waves—water ski- ing ... a teaching career will follow college ... steady chcerer at football games—especially when we won. MARY ELIZABETH McCORMICK "Becky ... remember that Senior year ... an find her knocking those pins down ... "You must be kidding” ... enjoys being with her friends. KEVIN SEAN McGINN "Mac" ... friend to the frosh . .. foot- ball and basketball his favorites ... people are important to him ... future mortician ... "Hey!” 49JANET M. McGOWAN "Jan" ... secretarial future ... will look back on her senior year at E.T.H.S. ... believes happiness is important . .. good times, bowling and roller skating ... "Only kidding." MICHAEL G. McGOWAN "Mike’’ ... "Catch the winds of destiny" ... memories of Mr. Scanlon's office and detention hall ... bowling occupies his spare time. JOHN A. McLEROY "Dapper" .. . enjoys the sporty side of life ... service or trade school ahead ... "There should be no such thing as homework!” PETER N. MELLIOS "Creek” ... wrestling and weight-lifting occupy spare time ... then there's that G.T.O. ... college or the service to fol- low graduation . .. "Don't fool a- round!" MARY ANN METROS Future in the business world ... foot- ball games and class functions—cherished memories ... "So what's the differ- ence?" ... tennis enthusiast. KENNETH HAROLD METZLER "Ken" ... will remember Senior Prom ... can't stand habitually late people ... baseball and bowling pass time "Gee Whiz!" ROSEMARIE xMICHALOSKI Future "girl Friday" ... study hall blues—"Can I be a hall monitor?" ... fickle boys and fussy people rate low with "Roje” ... "Fabulous." WILLIAM H. MIERS "Bill" ... the devil's in his eye ... lacrosse and hockey, photography, print- ing, and guitar—diversified interests ... "Sure you can handle it?” ... future in graphic arts. 50DAVID D. MILLER "Deano" ... science and math arc fa- vorites ... plans to enjoy campus life after graduation ... long wait for the weekend ... "Yes!" f KATHLEEN L. MILLER "Kathy ... true happiness knows no confinement . .. business school in the future ... a cheerful disposition is an important asset ... "Ask me if I care.” LINDA E. MILLER "Lynn" ... college in the future Rangcrcttcs is a favorite activity happiness is being with friends "Oh, great 1” PATRICIA ANN MILLER "Pat” ... unexpected guests arc a source of annoyance ... marriage in her future .. . "Only kidding!" . .. veracity a virtue. GEORGE RICHARD MILLER "G.R.M., Jr." ... longs for summer vacation . . . girls and ice hockey take up spare time . .. "Fords don't go" ... aims at underwater demolition. CLIFFORD J. MINNIG "Cliff" ... shy and quiet—'til you get to know him! ... football letterman ... "With a smile he conquers a city; with another, a kingdom.” CARMELA THERESA MIRAGLIOTTA "Carmartla" . .. plans to enter the secretarial field ... not an enemy in the world ... great senior year! ... "You’ll get over it!" KAREN MARIE MISTYSYN "Kar” ... future medical secretary ... active member of the Service Club . .. NHS induction and Talon provide mem- ories ... always hungry! ... "Are you serious?" 51JEAN V. MONGIOVI Little elf ... future in I.B.M. ... graduation and the prom—twin mem- ories ... "Would you belies-c?” ... she gets a kirk out of dancing. JAMES D. MONTANYE "Mom" . .. military service in the future ... have a good time . .. gives a true opinion ... "Ask me if I care!" ... baseball—a favorite. RICHARD J. MONUS "Riel,V' ... an Edison matman ... charter member of Girl Watchers Anony- mous ... always ready to laugh ... "What’s up?" ROBERT V. MOONEY "BoV ... college in his future ... golf enthusiast . .. "This is true" ... the guys and all the great times never forgotten. KATHERINE J. MORGAN "Kail ' ... happiness and humor in her heart ... will teach sportsmanship as a phys. cd. major ... happy-go-lucky. LEAH M. MORRIS "Rtb” ■ ■ . microbiology in the future . .. will long remember her study hall ... literary minded—enjoys working on the Talon and Eagle . .. "Y’all.” CHERYLYN MORSE "Chest ' .. - dreams of running a speech clinic ... found where there’s fun ... and constant chatter ... "Nuic!” ROSALINDA MOSKOW1TZ "Rose'’ ... friend to all ... college and social work in the future .. . many clubs fill her spare hours ... dancing really keeps her moving. 52w SEENA J. MUFSON Hopes to mix marriage to a millionaire with a journalism career ... Class of ‘67, forever ... NUIE! ... happiness is being with the gang. THOMAS E. MULLEN "T" ... a real sportsman ... has aims toward college ... quiet humor ... "Oh, yea!" ... displays his talent on the football field. BARBARA MUNDY "Bobbf’ ... rain dampens her spirits ... action sports—her favorites ... "Oh gee" ... quiet, understanding na- ture ... future airline stewardess. MARGARET A. NAGY "Marge” ... freshman year was the best . .. "Oh, my gosh!" ... hair styling will occupy her future ... friendly smile. ROBERTA LEE NAMIAS "Bert” . .. vibrant and fun-loving ... a friend in the truest form ... swim- ming and dancing—her major interests ... elementary education in future ... "I could care." BARBARA ANN NASE "Barb” . .. pert and petite ... likes just being with people ... Rangerettes —a favorite activity ... happiness is made to be shared ... "Cool it" ... on to IBM school. JANET AILEEN NAWROCK Employment to follow graduation ... lives from day to day ... soggy pizza, anyone? ... her friends make her happy ... "You got to be kidding!” 53BRUCE D. NELSON "Bambi” ■.. girls and golf arc great ... looks forward to lunch every day ... fine sense of humor and Yea! basketball ... “Out of sight!" EUGENE J. NEMETH "Gene" ... welcome addition to a college campus ... seen in all the football circles ... "We're gonna lose again" ... quiet until you get to know him. WILLIAM JOSEPH NEMETH ''Bill" ... career as a crafty carpenter ... grappling wrestler ... “Ya gotta have smarts" . .. gets a kick out of football. BRADFORD A. NEWMAN An "electric" future for "Brad" ... un- inhibited . .. witty ... remembers Eng- lish II and III and Algebra II ... how about some doors in the boy's rooms ... "Get nice!" MITCHEL V. NICHNOWITZ "Mitch?’ ... college ahead ... "On I have the car?" ... dress nicely but fix that knot ... bowling, bowling, bowling ... a gentleman always ... "Hey, you!" CAROL A. NIXON "Would you believe?" ... the jolly greenf ?) giant ... sports leads her to major in phys. ed. ... enthusiastic president of F.H.A. . .. what "panics" site's had. CONNIE A. NOBILE Never a dull moment with "Con” ... Mr. Pat a favorite ... I.B.M. opera- tion in her future ... horseback riding, football games ... lively ... cool dis- position. BRIAN J. NORMANT "Doormat” ... intramural basketball star ... will attend college after gradua- tion ... friendship and happiness are most important ... "Smile!" ... Chem- istry classes were really enjoyed?? 54CATHY A. NORTON "Norf... beauty school in the future ... hates getting up early ... happiness is being a senior ... "You don’t say!" CHERYL A. NOVAK "Chet" ... she will keep the books in the future . .. GAA and Business Club top her list ... "Fraganot” ... likes new and exciting things. ANNA MARIE O BRIEN "Kookie" . .. Mr. Masscr and her friends rate high . .. understanding is essential ... bike riding and candy- striping for diversity ... "Ah, come on now.” ROGER A. O’CONNELL "Rog" ... plans to become a machinist ... education is most important ... fishing and boating fill his spare hours ... will always remember graduation. CHARLES D. OLCHVARY "Chuck’ ... college in the future ... enjoys playing his guitar most ... grad- uation will long be remembered ... "Whafs up?" RICHARD A. OLCHVARY "Olch” ... prospective business ad- ministrator ... seen at football games and water polo matches ... "I don’t care!” ... man of many friends ... memories of the Jr.-Sr. Carnival. NANCY F. OLIVIER "Olive" ... short and sweet ... her goal is to become a nurse ... happi- ness is making someone else happy ... Rangercttes fill her spare time . .. "You’re kidding?" ALBERT J. OLSEN "At" ... plans college in his future ... loves many sports, especially foot- ball ... his friends are most important ... graduation memories always ... quiet by nature. 55JAMES T. OLSEN "Jim'’ ... Ion : way 'round to the Senior Door ... champion chess player ... leaves his future to fate ... fun is where you find it ... patience is his virtue. JOHN E. OLSEN Seldom speaks but always smiles ... life is worth living . .. quiet and sincere ... will attain success in his chosen field. GENE P. O’MALLEY "Gene" ... school daze ... one of Edison's hoop stars . .. higher education to follow graduation ... sportsmanship important in life . .. "Hey, O.K.!" SHIRLEY ONDEYKA "Gabby ... never a dull moment ... happy memories of freshman year . .. sportsminded '. .. "Sorry about that!" future in Psychiatry. ALEXANDRA M. OROSZ "Sand)'’ . . . wants to make the most of life ... frank ... ability to listen to others ... all sports are her fa- vorites ... hates untrue people ... Mon Dieul t MARGARET E. OUIMET "Mag" ... easy to get along with ... will attain her -goal of Business Ed. teacher ... "knowledge is power” ... "Knock it off!” CHRISTINE OZELL "Cbrij" ... beautiful smile ... enjoys that shore life and miniature golf ... "Oh yeah?" ... "have fun while you can" is her motto. GERARD L. PALUZZI "Gerry ... engineering in the drafting field will fill his future ... "Fabulous!” ... favors hunting and fishing ... that short lunch really gets him ... patience is essential. 56PATRICIA J. PANDOLI "Pat” ... full of life and loads of fun ... happy times spent at the shore ... "What's with you? ' ... "mildly ecstatic." LESLIE J. PAPP "Lex" ... designing woman—of archi- tecture, that is ... memories of the Ledge dances ... often seen at sports activities ... who needs final exams? ANITA J. PARKINSON "Nila’' ... happiness and success as an airline stewardess ... remember always the times we won! ... "GREAT!” ... jazz enthusiast. GRACE ANN PARMITIER Basketball fan ... Oh. to catch a Rolling Stone!!! ... "What am I gonna do?” ... friends are outstanding ... secre- tarial career. JAMES B. PAVLOCAK "Jim" ... fun-loving and carefree ... pool and friends consume his idle hours ... real style ... “Give me a good time—all the time.” 57MARGARET PAWLOSKI "Marge” ... petite miss . .. future addition to the business world ... "Hi. you guys!" ... sincerity in her smile .. . brightened by a song. WILLEY D. PECKHAM "Wirer ’ ... plans to study architec- ture . .. express your feelings ... a speedy little “Sprite" ... Ice Hockey team ... "could be tense" ... always with friends. FRANK R. PEPPI "Pep” ... fond memories of the teachers at EHS ... live life to its fullest ... "Wow!" ... is happiest on the track. BARBARA ANN PERDUE "Barb” ... full of fun . .. always seen at football games . .. happiness at all times ... "forget it!" ... friendli- ness is important. NANCY L. PERDUE "Nan” ... happiness is essential . .. "Oh, really?" .. . college will precede her career as an elementary school teach- er. AMY GAIL PERLMUTTER Future psychologist ... a tired cat- napper ... can't tolerate procrastination ... a smile for all ... mischief in her eye ... homework blues. JAMES F. PESCHEK "Pesthf’ ... hates Frankie's stick ... from soccer to surfing to track ... fast- moving guy ... long johns on the flagpole?! FRANK M. PETERS Fond (?) memories of the cafeteria ... peeved by passivism ... "Cut it out!" ... active participant on the swim team ... will attend college in the future. 58ROBERT VICTOR PETRO "Bob" .. . the good times we had ... college bound ... "Take it easy!" ... right on time ... big beautiful blue eyes ... his band among his interests. SUSAN M. PFEIFFER "Sue” . .. veterinary medicine ... en- joys work on Insights ... takes things as they come ... a devoted friend . .. quiet yet witty ... a ready "hello" ... "Whoopee-do!” dogs ... "Let it ride” ...- happiness is having a good time ... remember the great football team. MICHAEL G. PIATKOWSKI "Mike” ... his love is two-fold—music and friends ... "Hey, whaddya tryin' to say?” .. . lots of tolerance .. . riding the "crest" as a lead guitar player. VINCENT J. PICCIRILLO "Pice” ... remember all the great times ... a college man ... homeroom bas- ketball, his pride . .. "To each his own." ANN MARIE PICCOLA "Sis" ... plans to attend secretarial finishing school ... dancing her life away ... ’That's close!" ... sincerity is important ... friends at E.T.H.S. will be remembered. WILLIAM C. PILONE "Pokey ... cute and quiet ... down with homework ... happiness is some- thing we need more of ... hunting and fishing arc favorite pastimes. ' GAIL S. PILSON Plans to major in lab technology ... Color Guard captain ... "Good Grief!” ... quietly outgoing ... football games and Academy of Science really rate ... "You've got to be kidding." 59EUGENE ROBERT PIZZAIA "Gent'’ ... friendly and understanding nature ... long list of pleasures include bowling and shooting pool .. . "Man" ... will attend a local college. CLAIRE J. PLOTKIN "Speedo" . . . plans include college or travel ... a picture of fashion ... mem- ories of graduation will remain ... an understanding nature . .. "Bug out. Dad!" VINCENTINE F. PODOLSKI "Vinee'’ ... small in stature, giant in spirit .. . "Good thinkin" ... en- joys A Cappclla and Keytones ... secondary math education ahead ... prom memories will linger. WILLIAM R. POLLEX JUDY M. POPER "Felix" ... a joke is a serious thing ... "Crazy, mon!" ... a sound body is the basis for a foothold in life ... football co-captain ... remember him as an "athlete". Future airline stewardess . .. happiness is being with someone who cares for you ... "I can’t take it!" ... seen on the field with the Color Guard. ROBERT J. M. PORAWSKI "Red" ... diesel mechanic in the future ... favorite activities arc girls and football—in that order ... "Say what?" ... equality for all. PAUL C. POTTER Love that shy smile ... college bound ... active on the soccer field ... me- teorology, his chosen field .. . "How about that!" THOMAS E. POVLICH "Tom" ... the "President" ... archi- tectural design, his chosen field ... en- joyment his diversion, sincerity his goal ... 'To thine own self be true." 60JANET PRISHVALKO "Jan" . .. will attend art school ... memories of Mr. Masser arc outstanding ... "What can I say?" ... looks for the fun of life ... surfing—a favorite summer sport. JAMES E. PRYOR "Jim” ... "A soul of merriment lies beneath his mild exterior" ... man of few words ... geared to turn the wheels of fortune. DIANE M. PULLMAN "Dee" . .. happiest on the beach— Surfing, reading, and contemplating ... talented Talon Literary Editor ... as candid as they come ... an individualist ... "Dontcha hate it!" HARRY J. RADA "Hat" ... good times will be remem bered . .. will study agriculture in thv. future ... swimming and diving en- thusiast ... friends and memories forever. THOMAS H. RANKIN Helpful ... "Would you believe it!" . .. can't stand being stuck behind slow drivers ... a new Olds someday. PATRICIA ANNE RAUH "Pat" ... sewing and driving, spare time activities ... "Ask me if I care" .. . hardworking addition to the busi- ness world. DONNA L. REBMAN "Don" ... will achieve success as a beautician ... sloppy dressers annoy this talented seamstress . .. avid roller-skat- ing enthusiast ... "What!” ... quiet sense of humor. GEORGE RE ISTER Looks forward to graduation ... spare time is for eating and sleeping ... getting up in the morning is mighty hard ... "I didn't do nothing." 61o ELLF.N C RIEMSCHNEIDER Future in foreign languages ... Academy of Science and Girl's Glee Club—fa- vorites ... idealistic and persevering ... Edison in general—her greatest memories. ANNETTE RESTAINO Success is all important ... annoyed by short lunches ... graduation memories will linger ... future in bookkeeping ... GAA and Business Club are fa- vorites. WILLIAM A. RODEK "Bill" ... set the world on fire but leave those forests alone ... "Give me land, lots of land-'under starry skies above” ... Rifle Club—a favorite. PATRICIA E. RODEN "Pat" ... to attend beauty school . .. pet peeve—nail-biters ... to dance is to live . .. "Would you believe?" ... the class of '67 forever. BONNIE A. RINKER Swimming and skating—favorite activ- ities ... lasting memories of Mrs. Millc- mann ... graduation will stand out ... "stick to what you feel is right." KATHLEEN ANN RITZ "Kaibi" ... one of the Talon's many chiefs ... will pursue a career in social work ... adventures at Seaside—fab- ulous memories ... fun to be with ... "This is true." LOIS M. ROMA "Hi-Lo" ... an understanding and help- ful nature ... bowling and sewing oc- cupy her time ... "What am I going to do?” ... found supporting sports events ... "Fabulous." 62LAURA R. ROSENFELD Happiness is art ... "Love and marriage —go together like English III and the ol' soft shoe" .. . NHS induction and Senior activities highlight school life. ARLENE ROSENTHAL Will major in secondary education . .. manages Talon business . .. great school spirit ... "I can't take it!'' ... active school helper. GARY N. ROSSHIRT A soul of merriment lies beneath his mild exterior ... wonderful memories of graduation . .. honesty and loyalty —the greatest virtues. PHYLLIS M. ROTH "Pbyll” ... enjoy life now! ... future airline stewardess . .. loves to travel and meet new people . .. beautiful long, dark tresses ... "I don't believe it!” JULIUS ROTHLEIN "D.J." ... making plans for college ... soccer star ... great sense of humor ... "Cool it!" ... happiest when mak- ing friends ... case up on the finals. LLOYD E. RUBIN "RubS' ... plans to specialize in heart surgery ... a friend to all ... all for sleeping late on weekends ... "What do you say?” GEORGE RUMSEY "Big George” ... a good listener ... happiness is playing his guitar ... college ahead ... "What can you do, right?" ... devil in his eyes. CALVIN R. RUPP "Cal" ... college ahead ... honestly fun-loving ... "Surf's up!" ... a cycle- lover ... women drivers aggravate him ... hopes for success and happiness. 63RICHARD J. RUSNOCK "Riel ’ ... football, his specialty ... friends and their respect rate high . .. "Good Guy” ... sense of humor and vibrant personality ... tall, dark and handsome. LAWRENCE RUSSELL The "King" with the cool walk ... a good job will follow vocational train- ing . . . "What’s going on?" ... a really smooth guy. BRUCE H. RYNO "Harry ... strong silent type ... sets his own pace ... and then vyc finally won ... “yeah right!" ... never a dull moment ... a touch of mischief. FRED J. SCHILLER "Sboriy" ... potential State Trooper ... Rifle Club—a favorite ... Edison's teachers among his memories ... truth— an important element ... girls keep him busy. RONALD SCHMIDT "Tom" ... Naval travel ... cars, cars and more cars ... on the quiet side ... short lunches arc out ... explores the ocean's depths. KENNETH B. SCHNATTER "Ket ' ... a carefree soul .. . friendship —a great institution ... early hours find him drowsy-eyed ... future yet to be determined. team ... "It's out of hand" ... the Hamilton game sticks in his mind ... ambition lies in wildlife conservation. RICHARD W. SCORDINSKY "Dinky ... humor is important ... basketball and band lead his activity list ... “Get nice!” ... the good times in class long remembered ... college to follow E.T.H.S. 64KRISTINA L. SEETERLIN "Kris” ... hopes to become a dental assistant ... loves to shop . .. enjo -s just being with her friends . .. "Don't worry about it!" JUDITH A. SEKENSKI "Juie” ... longs to become an executive secretary ... will remember the plays and Speech and Drama class .. . love is all-important ... "Dig it!" MARYANN L. SERRA "Panda' ... plans a future in IBM ... Speech and Drama is a favorite ... "Squibb!!" ... enjoys horseback riding ... hopes to get to Europe some day. FRANK T. SEVERINO "Budd" . .. Air Force pilot ... flying and swimming his favorite pastimes ... “Iddy-Boo" ... a friendly guy with a golden tongue. SUSANNE B. SHEBEL "Susie” ... seen on the field as a Color Guard .. . success will come as an airline stewardess ... will remember the Senior Prom and the football games. 0. BARBARA L. SHIFFNER Fun-loving "Bobbi” ... business college in the future ... many clubs keep her busy ... always remember those great football games ... "Luv it!" KAREN G. SHUEY "Booe)" . .. silence is golden ... an all- around athlete ... Rangercttcs. GAA and horseback riding ... airline hostess in the future. MARY SIDDERS "Blondie" ... open-minded ... nursing is her main ambition ... seen marching with the Drill Team ... "Forget it!” ... a friend to all. 65ALIDE SlEVERT Business world awaits her ... a friend to all ... "You're kidding" ... oh, that blonde hair! ... dancing and parties galore ... constant chatter. JANIS SILAGY "Jan" ... behind every successful team there’s a woman manager ... a senior trip to the Gingerbread Castle . .. What?! ... Junior year her favorite. BARRY SILK "Bar" .. . has that XKE fever ... will leave his mark as a lawyer . .. enjoys playing his sax ... "The way I see it ..." CAROL SINKO Color Guard co-captain ... "Rain, rain, go away" ... secretarial career typed in her future ... believe in what you do ... "What can I say?" JOHN SIUDUT Sheds light on many of our school func- tions ... the theater will occupy his future ... always finishes what he be- gins ... "That's the way the ball bounces.” MARY SIUDUT College will follow graduation ... will cherish her many friends from ETHS ... to major in Special Ed . . , sportsminded ... "Great!” THOMAS SKAUDIS "Tom" ... will protect our shores in the Gwst Guard ... homework every night? ... electronics and Rifle Club arc favorites ... Mr. Jolly's classes will be remembered. FRANK SKINNER Cherished memories include "The Mouse" and Pygmalion . .. individuality is important ... "Are you serious?" ... long live the Class of ’67. 66MARTIN SMERECKI Happiness is the attainment of wealth ... baseball and track ... hopes to be- come a machinist ... "I'll give you five beans." MADELINE GAIL SMITH "Gail" ... a career in teaching ... great kids and F.T.A. enhanced her Senior year ... "What can I say?” ... water sports are favorites. MARY ELLEN SMITH "Smillf’ ... the art field awaits her talent ... "Don't stereotype teens” ... easy going nature ... conversation with a flair ... she stands above the crowd. PATRICIA SMITH "Pat" ... elementary education major ... swimming and dancing—active in- terests . . . "What can I say?" ... mem- ories of a great senior year. PRISCILLA DEE SMITH "Prit" ... lives her life as she wants ... will cherish her Spanish award ... foreign coin and postcard collector ... to teach Spanish. DONNA LYNN SMOLIGA Psychology major .. . happiness—the es- sence of life . .. Eastern equestrian ... "Cha-koom!" ... avid member of Serv- ice Club ... success is certain. MICHAEL SMOLIGA "Mike" ... man of few words ... fu- ture undecided ... auto racing enthusi- ast ... a fanatic for midget hot rods. REGINA A. SNOOK Plans to dabble in art ... enjoys a variety of interests ... great sense of humor ... will remember "Mom Cal” ... apathetic teens annoy her . .. "You've got a case!" 67THEODORE A. SORENSEN "Suede" ... you only lake the great walk once ... fond memories of Mrs. Millemann . .. "Be kind to others and they'll be kind to you.” PAUL SPEARNOCK "Rod Knock" ... plans to be an auto- matic transmission expert ... "Right!” ... weekend drives arc enjoyed ... will remember all his friends at ETHS. BARBARA A. SPENCE "Enthusiastic Barb" ... looks for the good in people ... always be yourself ... students should have school spirit ... cheering will always be remem- bered ... "Sorry ‘bout that!” GERALDINE SPIVACK "Get?’ ... T-E-A-M, yeah, team ... annoyed by apathetic people ... A Beach Boys' enthusiast ... ends her problems with a smile.... football sea- son leaves everlasting memories ... "Yeah, sure." PETER J. STALEY "Pete" . .. classroom cutup ... future in metallurgy ... an individualist ... All-County Soccer letterman. ... "Get out of here!" ... never a dull moment. radio ... RCA training will prepare his future ... considers money an im- portant asset. SUSAN A. STAPLES "Sue" ... enjoys life through bowling, movies, and swimming ... chorus strikes a high note ... a good job to follow graduation ... "You're kidding!” DONNA L. STARKINS "Angel" ... will always remember Mrs. Millemann . .. drag races and playing drums rate high ... career in dancing planned ... socially outgoing. 68JANET M. STECKOWICH "Jan" ... EdgU Managing Editor ... "Do you believe it?" ... understanding and sincere ... journalism major in college ... interested in poetry, E.S.P., and hypnotism. THOMAS STEFFEN "Tom" ... on the quiet side ... ready for a good time ... "While we live we learn" ... sincerity is essential. DAVID N. STEINMAN "Dave'’ ... dynamic ambition ... memories of Mom Cal's shower and the shot episode ... future in architecture ... "His limbs arc cast in manly mold." SUSAN M. STEPHENS "Sue'' ... a secretarial career will fol- low E.T.H.S. ... Pep Rallies rate ... Business Clubs and G.A.A. are tops ... understanding and peace are essential ... "And all.” NEIL V. STEWART College in his future ... enjoys his "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- ness" ... "Why can't school start at noon ?" ... car mechanics—a special interest. NANCY A. STIRLING "Nance" ... Army nursing is her am- bition ... enthusiastic about bowling, Drill Team, and G.S.C. ... "Dang it!” JOHN A. STORY "Jack" ... still contemplating his fu- ture ... air is the most important ele- ment in life ... "Get out of here!" ... cars and guitars. MARGARET STRATOWSKI "Marge" ... future in airline hostessing ... a smile for every occasion ... welcome recruit from Highlaqd Park. 69HERBERT T. STRAUB, JR. Football fan ... real working man ... Oh, for money and a car . . . always in on the fun. STEVEN R. STRAUB "Super-stock" ... nothing beats being a senior ... enjoys working . . . "May I please have a pass?" ... tinkering with cars. LYNN L. STUERMANN "Slim" ... mild-tempered and fun-lov- ing ... remember Bio. with Mr. Z. . .. Physical Therapy is her greatest interest ... "I swear to you!" MARIE L. SUMMERS Choir, sports, and sewing arc among her interests . .. loves to travel ... cherish friendship ... "Really?" ... patience is essential to life. TERESA SUMMERS "Batwoman" ... to be an unconven- tional interior decorator? .. Remember the trumpet! ... Boinggg! ... "You know you’re lovin’ it!" ... Village stomping ... "Will I ever learn how to drive?” 70DONNA L. SWARTZ "Little One” ... always a friendly smile ... business school to follow E.T.H.S. ... her friends are most im- portant ... remember the great teachers. ANGELA M. TAFUNI "Ange” ... Amo intinere ... junior college ahead ... avid horse enthusiast ... "1, 2, 3, f, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10" ... your secret is safe with her ... "Well!" BEVERLY A. TANGO "Bev" ... little and lively ... will strive for success and happiness ... "No. really?” ... college in her future ... a charming smile. JOSEPH THOMAS TANGOLICS "Joe" ... next stop—college ... "O. man” ... looks on the bright side of things ... enjoys auto racing and art in his spare time. RALPH A. TELLONE "Sleep ' ... remember always our un- defeated team in ’63 ... has local col- lege plans ... golf and slot-car racing take up his time ... “Mopar!" ... "Try again?" BARBARA SHELLEY THOMAS "Bobbie" ... lots of club activities keep her moving ... "G-oo-od!" ... dislikes walking behind slowpokes in the hall ... "Funny you should men- tion it" ... teaching for a career. MARILYN JEAN THOMAS Elementary education, her chosen field ... homcmaking a special interest ... "Would you believe?” ... friends will remain as ond memories. RICHARD J. THOMAS "Rich" ... is taken into accounting ... a rifleman at heart ... found playing billiards ... "Oh, No!” ... final ex- ams arc his pet peeve. 71ERNEST H. THURLOW "Ernie" ... always on time ... inclina- tion towards auto racing ... cheerful disposition ... "Sorry about that!" ... "Come on!” ARTHUR J. TIPALDI "An" ... college coming up soon . . . an Ice Hockey puck nyt . .. fun is where you find it ... remember the Peddie Prep game!! ... "Ah, Gece!" BRUCE E. TOBOJKA College and engineering will occupy his future years . . . fishing has him hooked ... hunting is a favorite sport ... "How's it going?" ... Rifle Club takes up spare time. LINDA J. TOKARZEWSKI Fun loving "Lin” ... enjoys F.H.A. ac- tivities and horseback riding "Whoopie-do" ... still contemplating the future ... sincerity is an imporant quality. JOHN E. TOMBYLL A future conservationist . . . memories of Mr. Kerrigan's class ... time is of fire essence ... a sports enthusiast . . . "Are you for real?" ... his "pet" peeve is a cat. LYNN A. TOROK A song to suit every moment ... a proud two-year veteran of All-State Choir college in the future ... "Have fun!" . .. folk guitar — an enjoyable pastime. ANDREW TOTH "And)" ... the urge to travel — per- haps with the military . .. dirty Cor- vettes really get him ... "I don't know." THOMAS M. TOTH "Big T" ... Does McDonald's have a pension plan? . .. "Get nice" . .. slop- py dressers annoy him ... "Who says Chivalry is dead??" 72' SANDRA TOWNSEND "Sanded' .. . plans on a busy future ... a friend to all ... homemaking is her special interest ... unfriendly peo- ple bother her. BARBARA A. TURLEY "Barb” ... will enter the field of pro- gramming ... illustrious Drill Team captain ... always smiling ... freckles arc in style this year ... "I'm so-o-o happy!" EDWARD G. VACCARO "Ed" ... anxiously awaits college ... always time for eating and sleeping ... YMCA member ... blonde hair, blue eyes ... health is wealth ... All right! MONSERRATE VEGA I-'unloving "Mont ’ ... hates women drivers . .. favors surfing and cycles . .. "Fabulous” ... college ahead ... graduation memories will linger. KENNETH E. VERNON "Ken” ... technical school after gradu- ation ... spare time spent working with metal and making friends .. - "Say something funny!” DAVID H. VICKERY "Vie” ... what is this, Romper Room ? ... deep bass ... "Arc you serious?” . .. freedom combined with education— the basis of his philosophy ... future sociologist. FRED L. VICKERY "Vic” ... tall and easy going guy ... future in wildlife conservation ... weight-lifting enthusiast . .. "All right!" ... friendly to everyone. EDWARD VITELLI "Fail Eddie" ... a commercial artist of the future ... "Sorry about that, Chief” ... drawing "The Mouse” — a cherish- ed memory ... financial success is im- portant. 73 KATHLEEN B. VOSSEI.ER "Kathy” ... saves her comments for the right moment ... enjoys her work as Talon typist ... a teaching future ... bowling and reading occupy spare mo- ments. JOHN M. WARE Plans on trade school and then— . .. "You're in the Army now!" ... man of few words ... 48-minute classes are too long. STEPHEN R. WEINER "James (Bond)" . .. pathologist of the future ... "seriously though" science and physical culture are his plea- sures ... "I am tlie master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul.” CAROL A. WEST "And the band marches on" ... anti- cipates career as an R.N. ... "Ho Boy !" . .. presides over Latin Club ... quiet manner. OLIVER B. WESTOVER "Bo Bo" . .. college and Uncle Sam ahead ... "Quality" ... will always re- member the class of '67 ... enjoys all sports ... cars and girls take up his time. ARLENE M. WHALEN "A ’ ... I keep on dancin' ... "Hey, Boo!" ... annoyed by grouchy people on rainy days ... will join the Navy—as a nurse. PATRICIA ANN WIECZOREK A real Village-goer ... known as "Dia- mond Jim" ... skiing and mountain climbing take up ''Pat's” extra time ... "Arc you kidding?" ... Hooray for invisible braces! HERBERT M. WIGGINS "Herb" ... sees the service in his future . .. Edison's Justice of the Peace at the Senior-Junior Carnival ... "Slick" ... girls and cars really rate. 74GERALDINE E. WILKE "Geri" ... plans to attend business school ... a smile that would brighten anyone's day ... "What va say?" ... pet peeve — homework, of course. CAROL ANNE WILLIAMS Future in the secretarial field ... "She lives the life she loves” ... you can pour out your heart to her ... a devoted friend. KAREN E. WILLIAMS Pediatric nursing in store ... dislikes people who ask silly questions ... "For- get it!" .. . steak sandwiches and pickles arc really great! KAREN LYNN WILLIAMS Full of fun ... a concern for people ... easy to get along with ... dances up a storm. MARSHA M. WILLIAMS "Short Stuff’ ... plans on nursing school ... peeved by people who walk over her in the halls ... memories of "The Mouse" ... Tsk! Tsk!" CAROLYN WILSON "Willie?’ ... a keeper of the books ... loves being a senior ... enjoys working in the office ... "Arc you for real ?” ms CAROLYN WIRTZ "Lynn" ... Civil Service Worker ... seen dancing or sky diving ... "Got any gum?" ... won't forget the Senior Prom ... loves ( ?) those cafeteria cookies. JOSEPH F. WIRTZ "Joe" ... major goal, "to get ahead" ... memories of the Senior Prom ... spare time is hard to find ... keeps his classes lively. 75NANCY JANF. WOGAN "Sauce'' . .. social work in her future ... "Holy mackcral" ... wants to marry a millionaire ... one who loves crowds . . . will remember N.H.S. induc- tion and Junior Play. CI.AY JERRY YOUNG Always busy . .. cars and electronics take up "Jerry's" time ... will attain success in college ... education is most import- ant. LONNIE E. YOUNG "Lon" . .. Strike! .-.. "The good die young—boy am I taking care of my- self ... loves driving with the top down ... "When in doubt, find it out." ROGER T. YOUNG "Rog" . .. spends his time trying to get his car on the road ... will make the college scene ... be yourself! ... "What the heck!" LOUIS WALTER YUHAS, JR. "Lou" . .. math and Miss Auerbach equals cherished memories . .. Batter up! ... What records in English? ... Docs the preamble include the happiness of pursuit? CAROL ZACK Little bundle of energy ... lives life to the fullest ... everybody smile ... Var- sity Chcerleading . .. "Well" ... big brown eyes. MARY JANE ZARISH "Mike" ... the ability to make people feel at ease ... "Yeah—But" ... hates "playing sardines" ... roller skating and swimming are tops. LINDA A. ZENO "L'funcf’ ... will be a successful beauti- cian ... everyone should be friendly ... "That ain't bad!" ... memories of the Senior Prom always. 76JOHN J. ZINK "Lead" ... a master of jest ... always talking ... "You've heard it, Count" ... sports spirited ... Mr. Oliver's speech class ... hampered by homework ... "All Right." r Not Pictured JOANNE PILSON WILLIAM SMITH CHARLES STROMOSKI L ALPHONSE VINCENT ZITA "Brother Zitd' ... will strive for a business of his own ... dislikes loud- mouths ... "Right, Baby" ... a high point in his memories—graduation. 7778"Sweet be thy cradled slumbers! O’er the sea And from the mountains where I now respire, Fain would I waft such blessing upon thee, As, with a sigh, I deem thou might’st have been to me.” Jn Memory Of. . . SANDRA M. SCRIPKO July 23, 1965 JAMES J. VARGO June 13, 1966 79faculty and Administration 8081fdoard of Education 82 Left to Right: Herbert Mathiason; John J. Chizmadia; Joseph M. Rujytieri, Superintendent; Stewart A. Schoder, President; John J. Anderson, Vice President; Thomas J. McEvoy, Secretary; Arthur V. Price; John Thomas, Assistant Secretary.CHARLES A. BOYLE Principal “Zhe sea. like a great sultan, supports thousands of ships . . Mmiktistration C. JOSEPH MASSER Vice Principal 83 LEO G. SCANLON Vice PrincipalJOHN R. ANDERSON, M.A. Social Studies, Chairman AWNI ATTIYAH, B.S. Science SHARON D AUERBACH, B.A. Mathematics PENELOPE AULD, B.S. Physical Education BARBARA BALINT, B.S. Business BEVERLY G. BREITKOPF, B.A. English, Journalism MARGARET CALAMONERI, M.A. Science HERBERT BOPP. B.A. Industrial Arts DONALD E. BLEEKE, A M. Reading Specialist ANDREW P. BROWN. B.S. English CLIFFORD BRIGGS Power Mechanics PETER B CAMPBELL. M.Ed. English. Chairman KENNETH A. CARKHUFF. B.S. Physical Education ANNE CHERNICK. B.A. French. German MARGARET B. CLARK. M.A. English LORETTA L. CLEMENS, M.A. Business 84JOHN COE. B.A. Graphic Arts C. JACK COLEMAN. M.Ed. Foreign Languages, Chairman KATHLEEN COMPTON. B.S. English ROBERT H. COWARD, B.S. Physical Education CONSTANCE D. DREYER. B.S. R.N. Health. Driver Training ROBERT DcHAYNES. B.A. Mathematics tS 4. ELLEN T. DONAHAY, Ed.M. Home Economics, Chairman COLUMBIA DRILOCK, M.A. Special Education PATRICIA DUCHAK. A.B. English ELVIA FERRER. B.A. Spanish MARTIN FLEISCHAKER, M.Ed. Mathematics DONALD W. FLOR Industrial ArtsCAROL FRY. M.S. Librarian CHRISTOPHER GUSSIS. Ed.M. Director of Athletics Driver Training WINSTON HUGHES, B.S. Related Arts, Chairman RHODY M. JONES, B.S. Business CARMELLA GAITO, B.A. Spanish DOLORES GIOFFRE, B.S. Business CAROL L. HALL. B.A. Physical Education THOMAS T. HYE. B.A. Social Studies CLETHES A. HARRIS Electronics WILLIAM A. JACOBSON, B.A.E. Science MARILYN J. KEMPLE, A.B. Latin, English ELIZABETH KERR, B.S. Physical Education SUSAN H. GROSS.A M. Science MILDRED HARRISON. A.B. Mathematics CLARENCE JOLLY, A.B. Social Studies GERALD KERRIGAN, B.A. English ALBERT P. KLEIN, B.A. Social Studies HELEN H. KOLBAY, Ph D. German 86 FLORENCE KORCH1N. B.A. Science ARNOLD J. LaMAESTRA, M.S. English FRANCES MALLEY, B.S. Social Studies RICHARD MILLER, B.A. English, Social Studies JAMES J. O LEARY, A.B. Social Studies JOSEPH E. KOSLICK, B.A. English BLANCHE LAMPRAKOS. A.B. French BONNIE MAURER, B.A. French VIRGINIA MOORE, A.B. Latin, English EVELYN KOTCH, B.S. Business RODDY LEVENDUSKI, B.A. Science MARGARET McADAM, B.A. Social Studies PAUL A. NUZZO, B.S. Social Studies FRED R. KUZMA, B.A. Social Studies JAMES LYNCH Industrial Arts DONALD G. METTLER, Ed.M. Spanish RUTH C. OESE. B.S. Art JAMES OLIVER, M.A. English, Drama 87KENNETH PAGACH. B.S. Physical Education RINA PAKENHAM, B.A. Mathematics ROBERT J. PATSKANICK, M.Ed. Social Studies N. ROBERT POST, Ed.M. Business Chairman EDWARD J. PRIMKA, B.S. Physical Eductaion TERENCE J. REILLY, B.A. Mechanical Drawing DAISY RUSSELL. B.S. Science ELDA M. SCOTTI, B.A. English JOHANNA PUMA, B.A. English CAROL QUINN, B.A. Social Studies PAULA L. ROLFE, B.A. Home Economics BUENA ROSENBLOOM, B.S. Librarian MaeFARLAND SHACKLEFORD, B.S. BARBARA SKURKA. B.A. English Business OLLIE SMITH, M.Ed. Physical Education, Chairman ROBERT J. SOFKA, M.Ed. Social StudiesBERNARD STARK, M.A. Music, Band HENRY TALARSKY, B.S. Social Studies HARRY M. THORSEN, M.A. Business CHARLES TRAVIS. B.A. Mathematics EDITH VONOCSKY, M.A. German, English NOT PICTURED FLORENCE AKERLEY Home Economics JULES DAMIANI English ERIKA HOFFMANN German ARCHILENE JACKSON Permanent Substitute NORA REDMOND Science MARION SURVJLO Home Economics FRANK TAMM Science RUSSELL H. WALLACE, M.A. Business, Guidance NANCY TERINGER Mathematics ROBERT THOMPSON Science SHIRLEY WALTERS, B.S. Business LAWRENCE WHITE, B.S. Mechanical Drawing GEORGE WILUSTON, M.Ed. ROBERT W. WIMMER. A.B. Mathematics, Social Studies Chairman JENTA WYATT, B.S. Home Economics MARY E. YARNALL, B.S. Spanish 89MARION A. YASENCHAK, B.S. Co-operative Office Education Director of Adult Education 90 guidanceDR. JOHN R. OROS School Psychologist Not Pictured HARRIET MILLEMANN School Nurse DR. CHARLES GANDEK School Physician MARGARET DeMERS School Nurse V FRANK REDD Athletic Trainer ANN TANGOLICS Secretary' KATHLEEN MYSLINSKI Secretary Personnel93First Row, Left to Right: A. Olsen. T. Mullen, J. Stefani, Second Row: R. Podlaski, M. Castelucci, D. Rinchimcr, D. VanDync, Third Row: K. Carkhuff, Coach; B. Grnbosky, S. Schuster, B. Pollex, M. Wojcik, J. Lachcnmaycr. J. O'Leary, Coach; Fourth Row: E. Haggerty, T. Knocbcl, G. Nemeth, R. Alessi, K. McGinn, M. Harrison. Fifth Row: V. Sargent, B. Fircstine, R. Rusnock, B. Ryno, C. Minnig, R. Bucci, F. Clain, Sixth Row: E. Krupa, E. Meier, L. Perrochino, G. Dexia, G. DeSantis, T. Mclia. Hoss, Frankie and Felix . .. dreams of days gone by. Perrochino drops one over the line.MIKE HARRISON. Guard COACH JIM O LEARY RICH RUSNOCK, End E. H. S. Opponent Thomas Jefferson 7 45 New Brunswick 7 20 Perth Amboy 14 50 East Brunswick 13 34 Madison Township 20 7 J. F. Kennedy 7 9 Plainfield 20 47 J. P. Stevens 19 7 Woodbridge 7 Won 2 28 Lost 7 The Snap!96Pollex moves into action Krupa around the line First Row, Left to Right: B. Hutchison, G. Hobson, J. Kitzi, R. Anderson, B. Westover, W. Schaefer, J. Weingart, J. Langan, N. Furst; Center Row: E. Meeker, R. Cooper, J. Lachenmaycr, P. Gicstcr, F. Stasium, R. Kaye, B. Nagy, M. Kashtock, S. Curry; Top Row: G. Abate, V. DiTomasso, P. Kwietniak, W. Jacobsen, J. Collctto, J. Klorman, T. Surdyka, S. Provcnzano, B. Peterson.First Row, Left to Right: J. Peschek, J. Rothlcin; Second Row: J. While, J. Hurley. W. Enoch, J. Chumura; Third Row: P. Staley, M. Arway, W. Lyke, J. Donovan, B. Newman; Fourth Row: M. Berlin, R. Kermes, R. Vicari; P. Poller; Fifth Row: G. Mikitiki, W. Areenio, G. Gove. Soccer ETHS OPPONENT 0 Woodbridge 2 1 Woodbridge 1 1 East Brunswick ? 3 J. F. Kennedy 0 4 Madison 2 1 South Brunswick 1 4 South Brunswick 2 1 East Brunswick 1 10 Plainfield 0 4 Perth Amboy 0 1 South Plainfield 1 1 Jamesburg 2 5 J. F. Kennedy 1 3 Saint Joseph’s 1 0 J. P. Stevens 2 1 Perth Amboy 0 7 Madison 1 Won: 9 Lost: 4 Tied: 4 Co-champs in the County Socccrama. 98 JIM HURLEY, Captain; E. PRIMKA, CoachJULES ROTHLEIN, Halfback The Eagle Booiers, coming up against the stiffest competition in Edison history, came through the season with a 9-4-4 record. Although the first three games constituted two losses and a tie, the Eagles came back to prove themselves a threat to any team in the league. Sophomore John White and senior Captain Jim Hurley led the coun- ty with twenty-two and twenty goals respectively. The Eagles dominated the All-County selection by placing four players on the first team. Gary Gove, Jim Hurley, John White, and Paul Potter were first team members. Pete Stale)' was chosen for the second team and George Mikitski for the third. 99 BILL ENOCH, FullbackPETE STALEY, Fullback ROGER KERMES, Halfback JIM PESCHEK, Fullback BRAD NEWMAN, Wing PAUL POTTER, Halfback 100First Row, Left to Right: J. Urbach. R. Pitra, B. Hansen, J. Yost, W. Nooncy, G. Edelstcin, K. Mai re, S. Pfcil, J. Scott, E. Larson, M. Roguskie, S. Brings, F. Fiorcllo. Second Row: V. Myers, T. Hoover, S. Doktor, W. Beech, R. Pohero, M. Slavcn, C. Schoemakcr, S. Kojsza, W. Caldwell, R. Hansen, R. Locb, R. Desantis, R. Ciafaronc, W. Anderson. Third Row: Don Mettlcr, Assistant Coach; P Dandola, T. Bohannon, E. Anderson, C. McClain, C Zipprich, M. Pclcr, R. Sergeant, J. Fcdchin, G. Shafer, T. Hettich, M. Streczyk, E. Korzin, Manager; G. Dow, Manager; Jack Coleman, Coach. Cross Country RECORD Team ETHS opp. South Plainfield 23 37 St. Peter s 26 31 Thomas Jefferson 26 29 New Brunswick 34 23 Wood bridge 42 19 J. F. Kennedy 19 43 South River 20 35 County Meet Sixth Union 29 26 Conference Meet (Central Division) Fifth St. Joseph's 48 15 Conference Meet (All Divisions) Ninth J. P. Stevens 30 29 Madison 34 23 Plainfield 39 20 Linden 37 20 East Brunswick 43 15 N.J.S.I.A.A. Sectional Ninth Westfield 45 18 Won: 5 Lost: 10 101 —Fcdchin moves it out. CHRIS MARZELLA and JANIS SILAGY, Managers The Cross Country team got off to a promising start winning five out of the first seven meets. How- ever, Coach Jack Coleman's Harriers soon found out it was to be a building year for them. With only one senior, Captain Jim Fcdchin, the Harriers still man- aged to hold their own by placing 5th in the Confer- ence meet and 6th in the County meet. They're Off! 102 Edison out in front.VARSITY, First Row, Left to Right: M. Streczyk, R. Andersen, J. Franey, M. Wallcy, J. Mon us, B. Jackson, G. Kitzi; Second Row: Mr. Pagach. Coach. R. Menus. T. Davis, R. Podloski, P. Mcllios, N. Furst, B. Andersen, J. Knecland. EDISON OPPONEN 29 New Brunswick 17 5 Piscataway 36 15 Bridgewater-Raritan 21 42 South River 6 19 Woodbridgc 27 18 East Brunswick 24 15 Madison 29 25 Carteret 16 27 J. F. K. 17 27 Perth Amboy 20 3 J. P. S. 35 14 Plainfield 26 103JUNIOR VARSITY, First Row, Left to Right: A. Lampki, D. Blaska, R. Klciscr, R. Schwartz, T. MacQueeny, K. Holland, M. Janni; Second Row: M. Wojcik, T. Melia, D. Rhinehiemer, J. Ahicrs, J. Birtszcn, H. Maxwell, J. Kneeland, Manager. Wrestling The Eagle Grapplers, under the leadership of Coach Pagach, continued to build in size and strength by bettering their record and placing several Eagles in county and district spots. Bob Jackson took the 98 lb. district championship while Joe Francy 123 lb. and Rich Podloski HWT took second places. Mike Streczyk took fourth place in the County Tournament. 104FRESHMEN, First Row, Left to Right: R. MacLaughlin, K. Pcnnachio, S. Tafuni, D. Giovi, M. Jones; Second Row: Mr. K. Pagach, Coach, M. Al- varez, A. Barbocuro, J. Zowara, J. Bridge, J. Kneeland.COACH NUZZO First Row, Left to Right: T. Hoover, W. Myers, T. Irwin, W. Anderson, R. Pohero, J. Yost, R. Ciafarone, J. Pemberton, C. Shoemaker, J. Stafuni; Second Row: Mgr. J. Urbach, Mgr. E. Korzin, C. Zipprich, M. Kashtock, A. Schafer. S. Provenzano, H. Egcland, V. Jacobsen, S. Kojsza, G. Meeker, K. Page, C. McClain, T. Surdyka; Third Row: G. Dow, Mgr. J. Peschek, Co-Captain. J. Rothlein, R. Hutchison, R. Sergeant, M. Szemcrcta, W. Connolly, J. Fedchin. V. Sergent, J. Lachemayer, R. Rusnock, Co-Captain, Coach Paul Nuzzo. Judoor Zrack EDISON OPPONEN 29 Trenton 48 43 East Brunswick 34 14 J. F. K. 63 53 Highland Park 24 47 J. P. S. 30 59 Madison 18 221 2 Woodbridge 54l 2 22 New Brunswick 55 106The Eagle trackmen, led by Jim Peschek and Ridi Rusnock, compiled a 4-4 record against the toughest competition in the area. Determination and hard work arc the two factors. Coach Nuzzo believes, that led the team to a successful season. Two trackmen distinguished themselves in the state and count)’ ranks. Rich Rusnock took first place in the State Development Meet, running the 60 yard High Hurdles, and second place in the count)’. Ralph Bucci placed fourth in the State Development Meet, also running the 60 yard High Hurdles. "Move it out, Bert!" Peschck on the Pole McClain sets the pace Zipprich edges Woodbridgc man to win the mile 107VARSITY, Left to Right: K. McGinn, W. Michaels, T. Ayott, C. Hadley, P. Cole, Coach Coward, D. Jones, R. Skordinsky, A. Yukubousky, M. Gas- tellucci, J. Ross. EDISON 47 New Brunswick 49 Woodbridge 66 Piscataway 52 East Brunswick 48 J. P. S. 45 Perth Amboy 74 Madison 58 Sayreville 66 Madison 33 New Brunswick 35 Franklin 41 Perth Amboy 47 J. P. S. 44 East Brunswick 59 J. F. K. 49 Hoffman OPPONENTS 81 59 86 74 56 80 58 79 54 83 39 81 60 79 71 85 108basketball The basketball team with only one senior starter, Pete Cole, found this to be a building year. Hindered by lack of experience and size, the team managed to win two games, defeating Madison twice. Junior Ted Ayott looks promising for our bid to get back in the ranks of a county power next year. 109 FRESHMEN'. First Row, Left to Rigkt: C. Mailer, D. Si lingo, B. Calamoneri, H. Sherr, P. Corrigan; Second Row: T. Hurley, Manager, T. Brookes, J. Flaherty, M. SUvinsky, A. Flucher, C. Harmon, P. Staples, Coach Brown.First Row, Left to Right: T. Hoover, D. Toth, J. Urbach, Manager, J. Fendt, J. Marowitz, D. Provenda, J. Kirkpatrick, R. Stern, W. Anderson, S. Doktor, J. Yost; Second Row: J. Clough, S. Kojsza, R. Ray, J. Pemberton, B. Lewis, R. Pohero, T. Surdyka, G. Meeker, W. Jacobsen; Third Row: J. Rothlein, C. McClain, E. Koslosky, J. Peschck, J. Lachenmayer, V, Sargent, J. Stafani, R. Podlaski, J. Fedchin, C. Zipprich, R. Sargent, A. Schafer, G. Dow, Manager, S. Provcnzano, E. Krupa, E. Korzin.ED LA FONTAINE BRUCE NELSON Golf Zeam BOB MOONEY First Row, Left to Right: H. Egelanti, H. Maxwell, R. Mooney; Second Row: Mr. Lynch, Coach, E. La Fontaine, B. Nelson, C. Hadley, G. Rothman."You hit the one in blue, I'll get the one with the stick." “That glue is pretty good." Off Moments Jn baseball “Would you mind tying my shoe?" 112 "Going, going, ...”Bowling Club First Row, Left to Right: G. Ducrr, K. Bogle, L. Young, B. Lyke, R. Weissenbom, R. Height, W. Sullivan, G Maybin, G. White; Second Row: G. Sutter, S. Cleveland, A. Obcllciro, T. Cannella, L. Faas, A. Giroux, J. Kibalka, M. LeMay, D. Bagan, P. Raszka, T. Krumcich, D. Browning; Third Row: D. McAvoy, A. Friedman, H. Merson, J. Hurley, P. Potter, A. Fox, J. Aptaker, S. Gimas, J. Martino, D. Yuhas, K. Maire, D. Merson, D. Bcmotski, D. Toth, j. Eitok, R. Dillon. Zonnis Zeam Left to Right: Ken Gerson, Coach Reilly, Barney Levine. 113I 14Organizations117Eagle Mascot Cheerleaders Foreground: B. Spence. K. Balint; Background: S. Bemath, A. Banos, S. Scherr, L. Langcnohl, C. Cardinuto, D. Troop, C. Zack, G. Spivack. 118BARBARA TURLEY Captain Drill Zeam LINDA ALMAN Co-Captain Left to Right: J. Hansen. N. Stir- ling, K. Maguire. S. Hurst, B. Turley, L. Alman, K. Morgan, M. Smith, L. Moore, P. Buck KATHY MORGAN NANCY STIRLING 119Kneeling, Left to Right: C. Anderson, D. West, S. Curry, V. Bartholow, J. Radford, S. Schreiber; Standing: J. Allen, G. Conrad, K. Wilson, G. Skinner, J. Mailler, R. Hanson, L. Williams, P. Conrad. Zwtrlers 120junior Varsity Cheerleaders Kneeling, Left to Right: S. Stull, A. Fomcr, j. Krueger, L. Lund, A. Red- mond; Standing: J. Virgilli, S. Jaf urs, B. Schultz, D. Prendcrgast. Color Guard Kneeling, Left to Right: G. Pilson, C. Sinko; Standing: K. Dudas, M. Alvator, S. Shebel, J. Popcr. Kanyerettes Kneeling, Left to Right: J Holcombe. D. Petninyak, N Olivier, M. Fodor, L. Bon giovanni, D. Hcaron, D. Ros enthal, J. Wolak, D. Pynch J. Conroy; Standing: F. Taylor P. Vargo, D. Colby, S. Pepe L. Miller, Captain, E. Doyon Co-Captain, G. Rinkcr, V. Ir win, N. Vliet, Miss Auld, Ad visor. 121flHS '66 Inductees First Row, Left to Right: C. Concrty, S. Bcrnath. V. Podolski, L. Roscnfeld, D. Bitetto, C. Kruger, D. Keevil, L. Torok; Second Row: S. Pfeiffer, N. Wo ran. S. DcMunno, L. Guastclla, W. Konnyu, D. Campbell, B. Turley, B. Shiffner; Third Row: M. Bcrtin, R. Gicg, N. Martz, K. Mistysyn. L. Lynch, M. Ouimet, E. Ricmschneider, S. Wiener, R. Hehn. Honor Societies Character, Leadership, Scholarship ... the basis of a successful future. Recognition of excellence in these areas is rightfully given those who qualify highest. Their achieve- ments arc praised and their abilities shared with others through the National and Latin Honor Societies. JWS '67 Senior Inductees First Row, Left to Right: B. Madison, L. Falcone, N. Stirling, G. Gordon. C. Birch, C. Koehler, S. Mufson. P. Havens; Second Row: A. Pcrlmutter, C. Sinko, M. Blaucr, T. Knocbcl. C Aiello, B. Job- bins, P. Smith, A. Rosenthal; Third Row: A. Mayo, K. Bogle, M. Summers. M. Layng, E. Kramer, L. Papp, K. Ritz, B. Holcli, N. Eichert. 122ms :'67 {Junior Jnductees First Row, Lx ft to Right: E, Doyon, D. Wise. L. Mancuso, R. Saul, M. Stem, J. Yost. L. Valenti, K. Kwit- ter, J. Hansen; Second Row: K. Dzuban, C. Johnson, D. DiGioia, L. Langenohl, M. Rebarber, L. Bea, M. Malone, M. Fifick, S. Schcrr, M. Mancuso; Third Row: P. Susswein, G. Rothman, J. Boles, R. Hansen, D. Tolwinski, J. Ross. T. Viscardi, C. McClain, J. Geissler, P. Conrad. Rational Zhespian Society First Row, Left to Right: J. Silapy, G. Spivack, J. Sekcnski. D. Bitetto, L. Tokarzewski, C. Marzella; Second Row: H. Gubik, W. Konnyu, B. Brown. R. Budnar, E. Fclthan, J. Cobb. Mr. Oliver, Advisor; Third Row: A. Saks, J. Siudut. F. Skinner, C. Nixon, J. Marino. Catin ms 123 Sealed, Left to Right: N. Wogan, S. Camp, L. Rosenfeld; Standing: M. Bal- lek, T. Viscardi.Qiris’ Service Club Firsi Row, left to Right: B. Marino, L. Demko, D. Keevil. B. Baptiste, C. Conerty, Miss Kcrnple, Advisor; Second Row: S. Noll. Z. Tafuni, J. Gonsalves. J. Stcckowich, A. Gavett, C. Williams, F. Bonis, D. Rosenthal. D Pynch, K, Waldron, C. Zack; Third Row: N. Stirling, T. Krumcich, D. Hall. M. Fodor, N. Olivier. A. Hall. K. Gardzinski, J. Guarini, K. Hanley, J. Tywanick; Fourth Row: C. Marzella. P» Havens. N. Wogan, A. Rosenthal, L. Cohen, A. Tafuni, V. Steffan, C. Keevil, L. Stevens, L. Holler; Fifth Row: N. Jablonowski, J. Silagy, T. Gerber, M. Flaherty, B. Shiffner, D. Wenzel. A. Bcvilacqua, L. Schuck, H. Cohen, K. Murphy; Sixth Row: V. Slobodian, D. Sheridan, S. Andrejeo, J. Rodek, M. Hagar, C. Mazanoski, K. Mistysyn, M. Alvator, B. Corcoran, N. Martz. Key Club First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Sofka. Advisor, R. Kleiser, M. Malone, K. Gerson, G. Jaffe. M. Blauer, R. Larson, B. Enoch; Second Row: T. Genova, J. Marino, M. Bertin, H. Mer- son, R. Kaye, R. Dorfman. A. Friedman; Third Row: F. Skinner, D. Bruskin, B. Levine, E. Rolfc, T. Viscardi, K. Bogle. M. Arway; Fourth Row: B. Caldwell. G. Voice. G. Rothman. A. Saks, D. Goldstein. M. Szemcrcta. D. Sokol, M. Dotsko. Student Council Representatives First Row, Left to Right: N. Wogan, B. Thomas. D. Borwcgan, S. Boland, M. LeMay, L. Moore. M. Fodor, S. Roscnfeld, A. Banos, N. Stoeffer; Second Row: R. Bradshaw. E. Trcppcr, G. Pilson, F. Lusky, R. Tech, M. Pushic, J. Kibalka, G. Spivack, K. Lynch. C. Crawford, D. Keevil; Third Row: H. Cohen, S. Ford. B. Spence. V. Cavico, L. McDermott, S. Hurst. L. Shipman. L. Riggs, M. Smith, S. Howe; Fourth Row: M. Paul, T. Cobb, L. Williams, M. Micare, B. Shiffner, L. Kirchofcr, B. Taylor. B. Dominick, T. Price; Fifth Row: L. Pryor, M. Alvarez, B. Collins, T. Viscardi, V. Piccirillo, W. Konnyu, M. Blauer, P. Corcoran, B. Holdi. Student Council Officers Seated, Left to Right: ). Cobb. Re- cording Secretary, P. Roth. Treas- urer, A. Rosenthal, Corresponding Secretary; Standing: Mr. Jolly, Ad- visor, B. Arsenio, President. 124Senior Class Representatives First Row. Left to Right: D. Kccvil, S. Mufsoo, C. Mar- zclla, P. Havens. L. Rosenfeld, B. Baldwin, B. Girvan, S. McClain; Second Row: P. Smith. C. Concrty, B. Turley, A. Rosenthal, G. Spivack, N. Olivier. D. Bitetto, C. Zack; Third Row: D. Campbell, C. DcVoc, L. Lynch. T. Povlich. V. Cavico. T. Gerber, N. Eichert; Fourth Row: J. Hehn, M. Smith, F. Peters, J. Marino, M. Arway, B. Dorfman, L. Brookes. Senior Class Officers Seated, L ft to Right: T. Cannclla, Vice President. M. Bertin, President, S. Bemath, Treasurer; Stand- ing: Mrs. Calamoneri. Advisor, A. Giroux, Secre- tary. ‘Junior Class Officers Seated, Left to Right: M. Paul, Treasurer, R. Sargent, Vice President. D. Sokol. President. L. Moore, Secretary; Standing: Mr. DiNardo, Ad- visor. Junior Class Representatives First Row. Left to Right: K. Jones, S. Papp, L. Valenti, K. Kwitter, L. Faas, A. Brown, M. Smith; Second Row: R. Morgan, L. Marta. B. Levitt, J. Maro- witz. L. Mancuso, J. Russo. C. Cardinuto, P. Buck; Third Row: J. Smilek. G. Rothman, R. Ray, P. DiGioia, M. Dcla- hunty, K. Murphy. D. Toth, D. Terzino, L. Kasas. 125Sophomore Class Representatives First Row, Left to Right: K. Licbcrman, B. Kuhn. B. Hudanich, C. Williams, F. Bonis, R. Fried- man, C. Schachter; Second Row: G. Bloom, S. Gunn, H. Cohen, B. Dominick, S. Laskin, D. Smerko, L. Cohon; Third Rou: R. Levine, A. Chcslow, P. Brogna, J. Kitze, I. Toth, J. Layng, G. Jordan, R. Azanger. Sophomore Class Officers Seated, Left to Right: L. Mcltzer, Vice President, S. Nuzzo, President. B. Barlow, Treasurer; Stand- ing: Mr. Hye, Advisor. freshman Class Officers Seated, Left to Right: J. Bennechc. Treasurer, C. Anderson, President, K. Fox, Vice President; Standing: Miss Tcringcr, Advisor. freshman Class Representatives First Row, Left to Right: L. Wilson, D. Kost, M. Jenoriki, B. Seitz, R Virgili; Second Row: M. Griffin. J Radford, P. O’Neill, R. Miragliotta. T Hurle ", Third Row: G. Funcilli. J Flaherty, K. Frisch, G. Torok, S. Robin son, K. Wolchko. 126Spanish Club Seated, Isft to Right: Miss Yamall, Advisor, B. Job- bins, L. Vciga, L. Miller, C. DeVoe. M. Ouimct, V. Zeno; Standing: A. O'Bcllicro, L. Donato, P. Smith, R. Hansen, N. Perdue, D. Terzino, P. Raszka, L. Min- Roia. drench Club First Row, Left to Right: P. Strom- oski, L. Gleman, A. Hall, L. Stock, S. Dennis, N. Fud e; Second Row: S. Gondola, R. Bettyas, Mrs. Chcr- nick. Advisor; L. Benn. M. Ha$ar; Third Row: K. Rowe, N. Reid, D. Smolijia, M. Lindsay, R. Bisonic, D. Harris, T. Kcmlcr. Catin Club Seated, Left to Right: C. Herezku, L. Mer- na£h, C. West, M. Lanpan; Standing: L. Riggs, C. Greyer. Mrs. Moore, Advisor, S. Camp, C. Mazanoski. Qerman Club Seated, Left to Right: S. Miller, C. Spitzmiller. R. Tech, B. Hardy, A. Mayo, S. McClain. S. Robinson. M. A zander; Standing: S. An- drejeo, M. Ford, J. Reider, I. Feldman, M. Silk. S. Epstein, C. Brassy. 127A'eijtoHes First Row, I eft to Right: K. Haines. C. Aiello. J. Kibalka, V. Podolski, G. Gordon, L. Torok. L. Alman, N. Martz; Second Row: J. Helm, A. Saks, P. Kermes. A. Hoffman, G. Fleagle, G. Hcntschel, P. Susswein. One of F.HS' greatest prides, the Music Department has reached a peak of excellence this year. The A Cappdla Choir, complemented in tone by many All-State and All-County members, and in appearance by their new robes, has performed more frequently and more beautifully than ever before. The band has outdone itself at as- semblies and football games and has helped to boost school spirit. Special recognition is due the two orig- inal groups, Kcytones and the Jazz Band. They exemplify Edison’s diversified talent and ingenious use of it. Many thanks to Mr. Hughes and Mr. Stark for making this year's Music Department a tribute to the school. J Cappella First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Hughes. V. Podolski, J. Kibalka. C. Aiello, M. Hawkins. M. Blauer, G. Flcaglc, C. Leahcy, F. Phillips. G. Gordon. K. Kwitter, L. Mancuso; Second Row: T. Canndla, E. Doyoo. S. Kent, R. Petro, D. Karl, P. Mcllios, J. Loetzer, B. Thomas, B. Levitt, J. Popcr; Third Row: B. Jobbins. I.. I.ynch, E. Riemschncider, K. Haines, G. Hentschcl, P. Susswein. A. Hoffman. L. Torok, L. Alman, N. Martz; Fourth Row: A. Saks, D. Vickery, J. Hchn, A. Mayo, B. Kist, R. Kermes. Senior Chorus First Row, Left to Right: B. Rinker, C. Aiello, B. Jobbins, J. Kibalka, L. To- karzewski, J. LaFontainc, B. Marino, V. Podolski. G. Gordon, B. Thomas, K. Enoch. C. DcTurris, P. Chorlton, A. Tafuni, B. Mundy; Second Row: P. Hawkins, A. Giroux, L. Kirchofcr, E. Fcltham. C. Norton, K. Gibson. A. Perl- mutter, P. Beardsley, A. Whalen, I.. Lynch, I.. Torok, J. Popcr; Third Row: T. Cannella, S. Staples. R. Kermes, R. Petro. D. Karl, G. Fleagle, C. Leahcy. M. Blauer, W. Brown, L. Alman, S. Shebel; Fourth Row: K. D'Alliegro, A. Luizza, J. Hchn, D. Vickery. B. Kist, P. Mcllios. A. Mayo. W. Burdin, A. Hoffman, E. Riemschncider, N. Martz. 128{junior Chorus First Row, Lift to Right: E. Morloclc, Z. Tafuni. M. Lopez. L. Demko, R. Brown. D. Colletto, J. Nagy, F. Phillips. S. Jancsck, K. Kwitter. K. McKennon; Second Rou: S. Mingoia, M. Mancuso, K. Kelley, E. Stevens, A. Gave». S. Hoffman. L. Mancuso, B. Levitt, L. Martz, J. Loetzer; Third Row. S. Kent, E. Doyon. L. Fcltham, L. Massaro. S. Hurst, L. Stock, L. Bea, K. Murphy, M. Rebarber; Fourth Row: J. Gcissler. K. Haines. G. Hcntschcl. R. Hansen. A Saks. R. Bavcr, P. Susswcin, M. Haggerty, M. Cala- moncri. Sophomore and freshman Chorus First Row, Left to Right: D. Konopacki, M. Palumbo. I. Toth, P. Whalen, B. Novak, M. Lopez, S. Swcrdlow, J. Yuschik, C. Radice, G. Ricciardone, S. Weiss, A. Redmond. M. Azanger, L. Cornell, N. Stauffer; Second Row: C. Mazanoski, G. Richman. C. Herczko, K. Pascarclla, V. Piccola. L. Ferrara. V. Zino, R. Prcstano, C. Kecvil, L. Toth, D. Smerko, H. Cohen; Third Row: D. Zavist, B. Schultz, L. Carter, L. Cohon, F. I.usky, S. Wecsey. P. Hawkins. G. G)urtne , G. Torok, S. Robinson, K. LaPlaga, L. Early. S. Miller; Fourth Row: W. Krcchenbon, L. Tortajada, C. Jordan, R. Grandjean, B. Lewis, I. Luizza, A. Marcano, D. Tamm. R. Yager, J. Aurelio, C. Maybin, J. Martin. Edison High School Sand Kneeling: R. Turner, K. Jones; Standing, First Row: Mr. Stark. M. lanni. D. Hutchinson, B. Kimmelman, M. Jcncricki. M. Smith. L. Valenti. K. Westcott. B. Robins, S. Laskin, B. Calamoncri, G. Haynes, S. Briggs. C. Herczku; Second Row: L. Ferrara, M. Gutwcin, F. Lusky, J. Lamba, M. Walley, D. Blaska, G. Jordan, L. Toth, M. Silk, G. Funicclli, F. Phillip, C. Doyan, V. Gutwcin; Third Row: G West, D. Annis, P. Calamoneri. S. Bussey, B. Lambach, R. Budnar, W. Ertl, J. Kessler. J. Margolin. A. Goyas, S. Williston, E. Michael. C. Michael; Fourth Row: M. Bertin, G. Mikitski, A. D'NicoIa, E. Banko, R. McManus. B. Burdin. J. Cardaneo, M. Arway, G. Fleagle. J. Zolinski, E. Barth, B. Silk, I. Feldman, R. Scordinsky.Eagle Editors First Rou Left to Right: N. Wo- can, S. Mufson, C. Kruger, J. Stcckowich, F. Bonis, Mrs. Brcit- kopf, Advisor; Second Row: C. Morse, K. Dzuban, D. Borbcly, M. Dclahunty, L. Morris; Third Row: R. Dorfman, R. Egcland, R. Tur- ner, B. Micrs, T. Viscardi, J. Roth- lein. Eagle Reporters First Row, Ixft to Right: K. Bcttyas, L. Guastclla, P. Smith, D. Pullman, C. Bald- win, L. Breler; Second Row: C. McGotty, D. Fabian, G. Smith, M. Puterbaugh. H. Gubik, E. Kasis, D. Terzino; Third Row: R. Azanger, W. Konnyu, A. Buckclew, A. Tipaldi, J. Kapolka. Eagle Business Staff First Row, Left to Right: S. Swcrdlow, M. Boris, Business Manager, J. Olsen, S. Kojsza; Second Row: H. Cohen, B. Schultze, M. Puterbaugh, L. Breler, D. Terzino. 130Insights First Row, Left to Right: S. Bitterman. C. Kruger. D. Campbell, M. Smith, S. Pfeiff- er, J. Steckowich, B. Taylor; Second Row: A. Rosenthal, G. Smith, M. Malone. Mr. La- Maestra, Advisor, T. Viscardi, A. Perlmuttcr, L. Morris. 3HA First Row, Left to Right: H. Adclbcrg, P. Diccianni, D. Bagan. K. Hanley, M. Morris, S. Howe, B. Hudanich, S. Noll; Second Row: R. Prcstano, D. Smcrko, I- Mancuso, J. Tywanick, M. Ballck, C. Fisne, K. Jones, P. Carter, D. Fanning; Third Row: L. Papp, D. Catalusci, M. Smith, R. McClelland, L. Martz, N. Eichert, S. Diccianni, L. Massaro; Fourth Row: P. Merrill, P. Brocna, M. Sokol, M. Lindsay, P. Brennan, J. Thorpe, P- Guastclla, B. Taylor, L. Bca; Fifth Row: C. Nixon, K. Haines. D. Borbely, C. Jabs, B. Formolo, E. Kramer. P. DiGioia, R. Singer. Varsity Club First Row, Left to Right: S. Proven- zano. B. Lyke, M. Arway, K. Page, G. Jordan, S. Doktor, B. Newman, J. Chmura, J. Donovan; Second Row: J. White, G. Mikitzki, G. Shafer, C. McClain, L. Perrochino, J. Roth- lein, J. Yost, T. Hoover, R. Bucci, M. Wojcik; Third Row: Mr. Cark- huff, Advisor. C. Martino, J. Stcfani, E. Hagcrty, G. Dow, T. Bohannon, C. Zipprich, J. Fedchin, D. Rine- himer, R. Podlaski, Mr. Reilly, Ad- visor. 131mcA First Row, Left to Right: W. La- Frcnicrc, M. Ouimct. D. Bitetto, B. Mundy, S. Stephens; Second Row: Mrs. Balint, Advisor, D. Kursay, L. Jannone, T. McCor- mack, A. Rcstaino. Mrs. Cyrus, Ad- visor. 7ZA First Row, Left to Right: S. Rosenfcld, L. Schmidt, L. Gardus, D. Costantino, G Gorbas, L. Valenti, A. Brown, J. Woller, R. Namias, M. Smith, j. Ma- rowitz; Second Row: M. Smith. J. Russo. K. Levy, D. Wise, L. Glemann, K. Bcttyas, N. Fudge, R. Moskowitz, B. Thomas, M. Saro; Third Row: L. Young, R. Mattie, K. Carrado, L. Greenfield, M. MancuSO, D. Terzino, R. Saul, A. Vicgclmann, B. Levitt; Fourth Row: N. Martz, G. Smith, B. Lambach, P. Calamoneri, K. Dzuban, B. Hamilton, L. Bea, C. Callaway, C. Gregor, S. Camp. 3W First Row, Left to Right: M. Mar ion. H. Adclberg. J. LaFontaine D. Kindon. M. Alvator, D. Bor bely, V. Cavico; Second Row: L Shipman, J. Baron, Mrs. DcMers Advisor, C. West. L. Toth, D. Smo li ta. 132Radio Club Seated, Left to Right: F. Souza, D. Tolwinski, j. Margolin; Standing: Mr. Harris, Ad- visor. Photography Club Foreground; F. Lusky; Background, Left to Right: M. Smith. R. Tur- ner, L. Valenti, R. Brown. Art Club Seated, Left to Right: D. Kona- packi. J. Namba, V. Bodie, L. Fer- rcra, C. Mannino; Standing: Mrs. Oesc, Advisor, R. LaPlaca, M. Vasinclas, D. Schiller, L. Stevens. 133Academy of Science SENIORS First Row, Left to Rights B. Jobbins, L. Morris, A. Rosenthal, D. Keevil, N. Wo- gan, P. Havens, C. Kruger, D. Boardman, G. Gordon, C. Koehler, V. Podolski; Second Row: L. Lynch, S. DcMunno, K. Balint, P. Pandoli, B. Spence, C. Morse. S. Mufson, L. Falcone, S. McClain, P. Smith; Third Row: D. Campbell, G. Pilson, L. Papp, C. DeVoe, C. Callaway, L. Alman. V. Cavico, K. Ger- son, M. Blauer, B. Silk; Fourth Row: R. Hchn, A. Mayo, F. Skinner, J. Marino, B. Arsenio, K. Bogle, E. Ricmschneider, K. Mistysyn, S. Pfeiffer. JUNIORS First Row, Left to Right: L. Stock, S. Dennis, A. Gave», L. Moore, B. Kimmclman, L. Valenti, A. Brown, K. Kwittcr, J. Hansen, M. Smith, J. Wollcr, G. Skinner; Second Row: J. Loetzer. L. Massaro, C. Fischer. B. U vegas, K. Bognar, P. Buck, G. Rose, J. Sa, B. Cantamcssa, K. Levy, L. Mancuso, K. Jones; Third Row: S. Scherr, L. Williams, M. Fiffick, S. Kent, E. Doyon, T. Mills, R. McClelland, B. Levitt, L. Mart , P. Thorpe, R. Mattie. D. Wise; Fourth Row: T. Genova, J. Alvator, B. Bahruth, J. Margolin, T. Hoover, D. Mcrson. M. Malone. M. Paul, K. Murphy, L. Young, M. Rcbarber, L. Langenohl; Fifth Row: R. Turner, M. Szcmercta, D. Sokol, T. Viscardi, S. Cleveland, K. Haines, L. Kanis, L. Bea, M. Starego, B. Lyke, H. EgcJand; Sixth Row: A. Saks, P. Susswein, L. Benz, J. Aptakcr, D. Mullen, G. Voice, R. Bauer, G. Rothman, J. Smilek. SOPHOMORES First Row, Left to Right: J. Vinczi, D. Bdrwegcn, P. Radzawich, S. Swerdlow, F. Bonis, K. Lieberman, A. Redmond. S. Noll; Second Row: L. Toth, D. Herrington, W. Wilson, S. Laskin, J. Holcombe, B. Stirling, N. Numcrof, M. Hawkins, L. Co- hon, G. Bloom; Third Row: G. Jor- dan, R. Kaye, B. Schultze, A. Fried- man, R. Klciscr, L. Brcler, J. Klor- man, B. Mooney, D. Blaszka; Fourth Row: W. Pinter, M. Puterbaugh, G. Toth, C. Schoemaker, B. Lewis, D. Yuhas, W. Krcykenbohm, H. Mcr- son. 134First Row, Left to Right: V. Wilson. P. Buck. G. Rose. L. Falcone. L. Moore, S. Rosenfeld, L. Faas, M. Fodor, B. (ngandcla, G. Skinner; Second Row: M. Rebarber. I.. Iangenohl, D. Kursay, L. Jannonc, C. McGotty, L. Kasas, G. Conrad, M. Pushie, N. Olivier, E. Doyon; Third Row: S. Hurst, P. Browegan, L. Ribinsky, P. Erdo, J. Maillcr, L. McDermott. C. Fisher, E. Trepper. K. Murphy, R. McClelland; Fourth Row: M. Hagar, K. Balint, B. Spence, L. Alman, L. Brookes, C. Sinko. P. DiGioia. L. Williams, L. Shipman. First Row, Isft to Right: S. Browning, R. Jones, S. Boland. C. Brown. D. Landis, D. Cost, P. Dionen, R. Virgili, J. Dip- pie; Second Row: R. Hanson, Mrs. Kerr, Advisor, S. Curry, S. Robinson, R. Tech, S. Bode. M. Griffin, J. Bcnncche, J. Radford, D. Frandscn; Third Row: S. Schreiber, G. Bulkinish, S. Nelsen, B. Turck, G. Torok, J. Gactz, J. Olivier. L. Schuck, I.. Tipaldi; Fourth Row: C. Mazinoski, S. Andrejco, C. Sinko, M. Napolitano, C. Anderson, J. Allen. H. Cohen. S. Nuzzo. C. Malinowski; Fifth Row: M. Vasncllis. P. Corcoran, P. Merrill, B. Schultze, R. Hettick, J. Lcnhart. P. Noonan, D. West. First Row, Left to Right: D. Pynch, S. Curry, S. Swcrdlow, M. LeMay, S. Gan- dck. W. Bartholow, C. Kirkman, S. Hull, A. Redmond. S. Noll; Second Row: V. Haley, T. Krumeich, L. Lund, J. Kruger, M. Fornen, J. Wolak, M. Morris. A. Haley, D. Hatchman; Third Row: J. Holcombe, K. Rooney, N. Vlict, J. Bongiovani, J. Vinczi, D. Gifford. K. Waldron. B. Nagy. L. Riggs, D. Prcndergast; Fourth Row: S. Rcbman, P. Snider, S. Papp, D. Taylor. K. Irwin, L. Nabor, B. Clausen, G. Koslosky, S. Carter, M. Casey. 135Cibrary Club Semtd, Left to Right: N. Per- due, A. Luizza, K. Enoch, P. Chorlton; Standing-. L. Vega, P. Shute, Mrs. Fry, Advisor, C. DeTurris. Kifle Club Sealed, Ixft to Right: B. Bahruth, R. Bruno, P. Conrad. J. Obendorfer, T. Martino; Standing-. B. Tobojka, B. Ro- ddc. Mr. Jacobsen, Advisor, R. Maride, R. Klimek Chefs’ Club Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Rolfe, Advisor, D. Peler, R. Klimek, E. Rolfe; Second Row: B. Grandjean. V. Kapler, P. Galindo. P. Galindo; Third Row: D. Mailler, R. Cavan- augh. 136Chess Club Seated, Lx ft to Right: D. Mcr- son. J. Klorman, S. Laskin, B. Koclsch; Standing: M. Dot- sko, M. Bullock, R. Ray, Mr. Levenduski, Advisor. mu, s Math Zcam Seated, Left to Right: C. Koehler, A. Mayo, R. Hchn, L. Young; Standing: L. Falcone, L. Guastclla, Mrs. Harrison, Advisor, M. Mancuso. Debate Club Seated, Left to Right: M. Azanger, M. Malone. C. John- son, A. Mayo, J. Geissler; Standing: S. Gandek, S. Bode, J. Rcider, I.. Gyurics, S. Bit- terman. 137Spotlight 139“Zke Mouse Zkat Roared” Zhe Cast Tully Bascom ................................. Micah Bcrtin Count Mount joy............................... Dave Vickcr)' David Ben ter.................................Frank Skinner The Duchess Gloriana.......................... Joanne Cobb Helen, Lady-in-waiting......................Mary Ellen Smith Norma, Lady-in-waiting ....................... Pat Pandoli Mr. Best on, Sec. of State (US.) ............. James Marino Miss Johnson, Secretary................................ Judy Sckcnski Professor Kokinlz ........................... Wayne Konnyu President of the United States................Tom Povlich 1Vac Jill .................................... Geri Spivack Wac Debbie ............................. Vincentine Podolski 140“Pygmalion” the Cast Miss Eynsford Hill ... Mrs. Eynsford Hill .. Freddy Eynsford Hill Eliza Doolittle ..... Colonel Pickering Professor Higgins . .. Mrs. Pearce .......... Alfred Doolittle Mrs. Higgins.......... .. Chris Marzella . . Chris Johnson . . James Marino . Helene Gubiik . . . Frank Skinner ...... Alex Saks Debbie Buckelew . Wayne Konnyu Peggy Calamoneri 141 LJimior Prom “Stairmy Zo Zhe Stars” 142“Winter Wonderland” “Queen of Hearts ’’ 143144145Host Dressed Most School Spirit Class Charmer Individualiststeacher's terror Javoritc teacher Best Athlete Best Dancers Most Unusual Walk J Cove Me148 "Sing for your supper."Our Mvisor Dedication, loyalty, individual concern, hard work—advisory qualities without which the Class of ’67 could not have been its unique, precedent-setting self. To our fearless leader, "Mrs. Cal," we say, THANKS, MOM. 149Stated. Left to Right: L. Falcone, J. Campbell. V. Brewer, M. Stern; Second Row: K. Vossler, K. Mistysyn, D. Keevil; K. Ritz, P. Havens; Third Row: D. Pullman, M. Blaucr, J. Pcschek; Fourth Row: G. Gordon, R. Kaplan; Standing: Miss Puma, S. McClain, C. Aiello, T. Gerber, B. Kist, A. Rosenthal, G. Smith, M. Smith, Miss Auerbach. 150JILL CAMPBELL Co-Editor-in-Chicf MISS I. PUMA Advisor DONNA KEEVIL Copy Editor ROY EGELAND Art and Layou: Editor VICKI BREWER Features Co-Editor TOBY GERBER Business Manager DIANE PULLMAN Literary Editor JAMES PESCHEK Sports Editor RICHARD KAPLAN Photography Editor MORRIS BI.AUER Organizations Editor KATHI RITZ Features Co-Editor LINDA FALCONE Girl Friday Acknowledgements "I want to know what it says ... the sea ..." Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens “The sea never changes ...” Typhoon by Joseph Conrad "I must go down to the sea again ..." "Sea Fever” by John Masefield "And I have loved thee, Ocean! ...” "Apostrophe to the Ocean” by George Gordon, Lord Byron "Tomorrow we again embark ...” "Odes” by Horace "Sweet be thy cradled slumbers! ...” "Meditation XVII" by John Donne "The sea, like a giant sultan ...” "Vignettes of the Sea" by Felix Ricsenberg GAIL GORDON Co-Editor-in-Chicf MISS A. AUERBACH Business Advisor KAREN MISTYSYN Girl Friday 151EtXSON TOWNSHIP HK»U SCHOOLA Ima Mater Dear Aim a Mater-, hear as as we lift our voice in song. Zo pay our tribute to the school we'll love forever long. Jnside the classroom, on the field, success we won't deny. We praise thee and-well always honor our dear i'dison High. So hail Ahua M‘dcr; shine bright O 'Red and (fold. Zhy precepts We'll cherish, throughout the many years untold. And when we join thy sons and daughters this is what we 'll sigh. Well e'er remember all you've taught us. Hail to i'dison High. words by Winston Hughes music by 3rede rick WhitmanT)ircctory AIELLO, CAROL J. 23 Raleigh Road Edison, New Jersey A Cappclla Choir 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Class Representative 2; Freshman Choir. ALMAN, LINDA J. 23 Matson Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Girl’s Glee Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Drill Team 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Folksinging Club 3. ALVATOR, MARIE H. 78 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. Cheerleaders 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4; Color Guard 4; Swim Team 3. ARSENIO, WILLIAM F. 57 Ovington Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 4; Student Council (President) 4; German Club 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Class Representa- tive 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2. ARWAY, MICHAEL L. 30 Foyer Street Highland Park, N.J. Student Council; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Class Representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4 (President). AVERY, MICHAEL E. 24 Loring Avenue Nixon, N.J. Baseball; Basketball; Football. BAGAN, DAVE A. 50 Preston Street Edison, N.J. BALDWIN, BARBARA J. 29 Bradley Drive Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science 3; Student Council 1, 2, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Junior Class Play 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Class Representative 1, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4; Eagle Mascot 4; Cheerleaders 1; BALINT, KAREN D. 15 Lillian Street Nixon, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; (Co-Captain); Junior Class Play 3; Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1. BALLEK, MARY T. 1754 Lincoln Highway Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science 3; F.H.A. 4; Latin Club 3. BARTH, ERIC A. 22 Dayton Road Edison, N.J. Band 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Debate Club. BEARDSLEY, PAMELA M. 66 Stony Road Edison, N.J. Girl's Glee Club 3; Tennis Club 4; Span- ish Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Folksing, ing Club 3. BERNATH, SANDRA 352 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. National Honor Societ)' 3, 4; Academy of Science 4; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; German Club 2; Ten- nis Club 3; Class Officer 1, 2 (Presi- dent), 4 (Treasurer); Folksinging Club 3 (President); Keytoncs 3, 4. BERNOTSKI, DAVID M. 31 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 4; Bowling 4. BERTIN, MICAH D. 25 Porter Street Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 3 (President), 4 (President); Key Club 2, 3, 4. BIRCH, CAROLYN I. 13 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. BITETTO, DOROTHY A. E 6 Willard Dunham Drive Metuchcn, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Tennis Club 3; Mcs Amis 1, 2, 3; Class Representative 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4. BLAUER, MORRIS J. 36 Brookhill Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4 (Parliamentar- ian); Student Council 1, 4; A Cappclla Choir 2, 4, (Vice-President); Junior Class Play 3; Mes Amis 2; Talon 4 (Organiza- tions Ed.); Class Representative 2; Key- Club 2, 3, 4; Folksinging Club 3; Boy's Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Greek Club 1; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 4. BLEVINS, RAY D. 45 Columbus Avenue Nixon, N.J. BOARDMAN, DIANA L. Player Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science; Girl's Glee Club; Pep Club; F.T.A.; Chorus. BOGIAGES, SIMEON A. 17 Irving Avenue Nixon, N.J. Track 2. BOGLE, KERRY W. 127 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Presi- dent); Student Council 2; Baseball 1, 2; Bowling Team 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Key Club 3, 4; Boys' State BOSSO, GERALD V. 32 Campbell Avenue Highland Park, N.J. BOYLAN, KATHLEEN E. 102 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. F.H.A.; Tennis Club; Pep Club; Girl’s Service Club; Ice Skating Club 1. 154BOYLE, JAMES A. 29 Matson Road Edison, N.J. Soccer 1, 2. BREWER. VICKI A. 26 Ovineton Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Ttil on 4; Eagle 4; Eolksinging Club 3; Class Officer 2 (Secretary). BRIDGES, NANCY P. 32 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. BRIENZA, LILLIAN I. 90 Ashley Road Edison,-N.J. BROGAN, SHARON L. 40 Runyon Avenue Edison, N.J. Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 4. BROKAW, HAROLD S. 2322 Woodbridge Avenue Edison, N.J. BROOKES, LESLIE A. 27 Morgan Drive Highland Park, N.J. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 1, 2, 3. 4; Rangercttes 2; Chorus 1; Jun- ior Class Vice-President; Student Coun- cil 4. BROWN, DONALD 33 Nelson Avenue Edison. N.J. BROWN, PAUL B. 40 Ferris Road Edison, N.J. BROWN, WILLIAM H. 4 Mercury Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 1; Spanish Club 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; National Thespian Society 4; Fall Production 4. BUDNAR, RICHARD P. 48 Taft Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Band; Baseball 1; Junior Class Play 3: Tennis Club 2; Photography 3; F'ootball 1. BUDSOCK, PEGGY ANN 38 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 3; Girls’ Service Club 3. BURDIN, WILLIAM L. 350 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. Track 1; Chorus 1, 2, 4; BUSSEY, A. WESLEY 13 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. CALANDRUCCIO, JOHN F. 2 Nancy Circle Nixon, N.J. Bowling Team 3; Spanish Club 1; Art Club 2. CALLAWAY, CAROLYN A. 26 Seymour Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 1; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. CAMPBELL, DOLORES A. 11 Seymour Avenue Highland Park, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Council 4; Jun- ior Class Play; Fall Production 4; Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Edison Insights 4; Latin Club 2; Eagle 2; Class Representative 3; Art Club 2. CAMPBELL. JILL 46 Brookvilie Raid Edison, N.J. A Cappella Choir 2, 3; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; Junior Class Play; Future Nurses 1, 2; Fall Production 4; Spring Production 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Talon 3, 4 (Co-Editor); Eagle 4; Class Representative 1,3; Girls’ Sen-ice Club 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. CANNELLA, TONI M. 14 Gates Place- Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 3; Bowling Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Class Representative 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Senior Class Vice-President; Library Club 1 (President). CARDANEO, JAMES P. 17 Hull Drive Highland Park, N.J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. CARRATURO, ANTHONY P. 20 Kenmore Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Club 3. CASEY, KEVIN R. 233 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. CASTELLANO, THERESA N. 16 Pannonia Avenue Edison, N.J. Class Representative 1, 2. CATSOULIS, JAMES 11 Carmello Drive Edison, N.J. CAVICO, VERONDA C. 8 Me Ginnis Road Mctuchcn, N.J. Student Council 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; G.A.A.; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Mcs Amis 3; Class Representative 4. CHESTER, DAVID P. 9 Altamont Road Edison, N.J. Baseball; German Club; Football. CHIAVARINI, FLORENCE L. 6 Church Street Nixon, N.J. CHORLTON, PATRICIA M. Leo Street Nixon, N.J. Library Club 4; Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4; Tennis Club 3, 4; German Club 4. CIANCIA, MICHAEL G. 5 Lee Street Edison, N.J. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 155CLAIN, FRANK G. 173 Loring Avenue Nixon, N.J. Junior Class Play; Football 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 4. CONERTY, CLAIRE M. 23 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Bowling Team 4; F.H.A. 4; Class Representative 1, 3. 4; F.T.A. 1; Choir 1, 2; Girls' State; Girls' Sen-ice Club 3, 4. CLOUGH, JOHN T. 9 Darrel Court Edison, N.J. Latin Club 3; Varsity Club; Track 3, 4. CONFORTI, VITO 23 Rodger Road Edison, N.J. Football 2. COBB, JOANNE M. 5 Windsor Road Edison, N.J. Student Council; Junior Class Play: Fall Production 4; National Thespian Society 4. CONNOR, JOHN R. 201 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. COLASURDO, JOSEPH P. 63 Player Avenue Edison, N.J. CONRAD, GLORIA K. 62 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Twirlcrs 3, 4. COLE, PETER S. 42 Lloyd Avenue Nixon, N.J. Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Football 1; Chorus 1. CONRAD, PATRICK H. 62 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Football 1; Track 3. COLLETTE, DENNIS C. 61 Idlcwild Road Edison, N.J. COOPER, H. RICHARD 26 Stiles Road Edison, N.J. Football. COLETTO, JOHN C. 119 Loring Avenue Nixon, N.J. Football 1, 4. CORCORAN, BARBARA A. 32 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. Girls’ Sen-ice Club 3, 4. COLLINS, RICHARD W. 25 Morgan Drive- Highland Park, N.J. German Club; Track. CORNELL, JAMES E. 60 Eastsidc Avenue Edison, N.J. Football 1; Track 4. COLLINS, ROBERT T. 107 Idle-wild Road Edison, N.J. Student Council; Mes Amis; Spanish Club; Soccer; lee Hockey. CORTELLACCI, VINCENT F. 126 Vineyard Road Edison, N.J. COURTNEY, DAVID H. 20 Stiles Road Nixon, N.J. COMMUNE, CAROL A. 136 Marina Drive- Highland Park, N.J. CREED, DAVID J. 99 Hillcrest Avenue 156 Edison, N.J. Basketball 2. CROWDER, LEONARD J. 106 Lakcvicw Blvd. Edison, N.J. CROWDER, RICHARD J. 106 Lakcvicw Blvd. Edison, N.J. CURRY, SHAMUS M. 225 Penn Avenue Edison, N.J. Latin Club 3; Track. DALLIF.GRO, KATHLEEN 22 Altamont Road Edison, N.J. Business Club 3; Girl's Glee Club 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Class Rep- resentative 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Cho- rus 1, 2, 3. 4; DALTON, EUGENE D. 13 Carol Place Edison, N.J. DAMIANO, JOHN D. 2 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Football 2. DAVEY, PAUL M. 42 Stiles Road Edison, N.J. Football 1. DAVIS, THOMAS D. 42 Weldon Road Edison, N.J. Varsity Club 3, 4‘, Soccer 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;.Class Representative 2, 3, 4. DAVIS, WILLIAM J. 21 So. Locust Avenue Metuchcn, N.J. DAXON, DARCY CLACHER 5 York Drive Apt. 5AHighland Park, N.J. G.A.A.; Tennis DE CARLI, ADELE M. 164 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. Spanish Club I. DeCHIRICO, LINDA B. 105 Hickory Street Edison, N.J. DE FAZIO. BERNARD R. 87 Brookhil! Avenue Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 3, 4. DEISLEY. BRIAN M. 41 Markham Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 1, 2; Basketball l, 2, 3; Football 1. DE MARY. JAMES T. 3 East Knoll wood Road Edison, N.J. DeMUNNO, SHIRLEY D. 25 South Hcathcote Avenue Metuchen, N.J. National Honor Society 3. 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. DeTURRIS. CAROL 39 Clipper Avenue Nixon, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. DeVOE, CAROL A. 40 Sharon Avenue Nixon, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4 (President); Girls' Glee Club 3; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; Spanish Club 2 (Pres- ident), 3. 4; Class Representative 1. 4. DICCIANNI, JOSEPH P. 180 Wilson Avenue Edison. N.J. DICCIANNI, SUSAN A. 180 Wilson Avenue Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 3. 4. DICKHUT, DIANE 35 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 4; Pep Club 3. DiSPAGNA, JAMES A. 20 Windsor Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 1. D'OLIVEIRA, ANTHONY 91 Oakland Avenue Edison, N.J. Baseball 1; Bowling Team; Junior Class Play. DOMINICK, JULIANN M. 108 Stony Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 4; Edison Insights 4; Spanish Club DOMOLKI, ROBERT C. 21 Jefferson Blvd. Edison, N.J. Baseball 1. DOR EM AN, ROBERT J. 13 Moryan Road Edison, N.J. Mes Amis 1, 2, 3, 4; Engle (Sports Edi- tor) 2. 3, 4; Class Representative 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4. DOWNEY, THOMAS L. 8 Putnam Avenue Edison, N.J. Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Chef's Club 3, 4. DUDAS, KATHLEEN F. 174 Loring Avenue Edison, N.J. Rangerettes 3; Drill Team 2; Color Guard 4. DUPLISSA, LINDA M. 25 Ferris Road Edison, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Future Physicians 2, 3; Latin Club 4; Photography Club 3. 4. DUTKA, RICHARD A. 14 Fayette Street Edison, N.J. Soccer 2, 3- EGELAND, ROY T. 12 Back Drive Edison, N.J. Talon 3, 4; Eagle 4. EICHERT, NORA E. 17 Columbus Avenue Nixon, N.J. Student Council 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; Junior Class Play; Pep Club 2, 3; Class Repre- sentative 3, 4. ENOCH, KAREN 81 Raymond Street Nixon, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; Tennis Club 3, 4; German Club 4; Student Council 2; Library Club 4. ENOCH, WILLIAM G. 120 Burnett Street Nixon, N.J. Band 1, 2; Tennis Club 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 3, 4. ERTL, WANDA M. 23 Dalton Place Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Physicians 3. FALCONE, LINDA M. 24 Barlow Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 4; G.A.A. 4; Math Club 4; Talon 4. EAUPEL, JANICE E. 26 Comstock Road Edison, N.J. FEDCHIN, JAMES C. 73 Schuyler Dri%’c Highland Park, N.J. Rifle Club 2; Academy of Science 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 157FELLOWS, SUSAN L. 115 Ovincton Avenue Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Mes Amis 1; Chorus 1, 2. FF.LTHAM, F.THF.L M. 21 South Hcatheote Avenue Edison, N.J. Student Council 1, 2; Business Club; Bowling Team; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Junior Class Play; Pep Club 1; Class Representative 1, 2; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3; Fall Production 4; Spring Production 4. FF.RD1NANDO, ARLF.NF F. 16 Clark Avenue Edison, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3- FILOCCO, NICHOLAS W. 339 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3- FIRESTINE, ROBERT H. 44 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. Football 4. FINAN, FRANK M. 21 Ferris Road Edison, N.J. Basketball 2; Hockey Team 3. FISHER, FRANCIS 159 Hillcrcst Avenue Edison, N.J. FISNE, CAROLINE T. 19 Stony Road Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. FLAHERTY, MARYLOU E. 8 Dundar Road Metuchen, N.J. Junior Class Play 3; Pep Club 3; Class Representative 4; Girls' Service Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2. FLEAGLE, GARY W. 49 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. Rifle Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 2, 3, 4; Mes Amis 2; Track 1; Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4; Edison Keytoncs 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. FLECKENSTEIN, WENDI R. 15 Spencer Street Edison, N.J. FODOR, MARILYN A. 260 Woodbridge Avenue Highland Park, N.J. G.A.A.; Mes Amis; Rangcrcttcs; Manager of Ice Hockey Team 3. FORMOLO. BARBARA M. 14 Cornell Street Highland Park, N.J. F.H.A. 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Mes Amis 4. FRANKLIN, CAROL A. 123 Greenwood Avenue Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 1, 2; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 2. FREEMAN, PAUL K. 21 Eastlick Road Edison, N.J. luigle 3. FRENCH, MEMORY H. 290 Sutton Lane Highland Park, N.J. A Cappclla Choir 2, 3; Football 1; Mixed Chorus 1. FRISCH, JOANNE N. 12 Locust Avenue Metuchen, N.J. Student Council; Class Representative. GALINDO, PHYLLIS M. 4 South Heathcotc Avenue Metuchen, N.J. GARDNER, GEORGE J. 22 Elmwood Terrace Edison, N.J. GARFIELD, ROBERT J. 2 Wynn Road Metuchen, N.J. Rifle Club 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Chorus 1. GARFIELD, THOMAS W. 2 Wynn Road Metuchen, N.J. Rifle Club GAVIGAN, FRANCIS X. 21 Bradley Drive Highland Park, N.J. Baseball I; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 4; Student Council 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 4. GECZI, MICHAEL 8 Candy Court Nixon, N.J. GERBER, TOBY E. 6 Gurley Road Nixon, N.J. Spanish Club 3; Talon 4; Class Repre- sentative 4. GERSON, KENNETH R. 11 Ryan Road Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4 (Vice Presi- dent); Junior Class Play; Junior Red Cross 2, 3; Future Physicians 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Eagle 3; Key Club 3, 4. GIBSON, M. CATHERINE 21 Baldwin Road Edison, N.J. Pep Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. GIEG, RICHARD J. 29 Rosewood Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Radio Club 2; Class Representative 4. GIRNAS, STANLEY B. 184 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. Basketball 4; Bowling Team 2, 3, 4. GIROUX, ALLEN-F. 25 Outcalt Road 158Edison, N.J. Key Club 2; Cross Country 3, 4. GIROUX, ANNE M. 25 Outcalt Road Edison, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 3: Tennis Team 1, 3; Girls' Service Club 3: Junior Class Sec- retary. GIRVAN, BONNIF. A. 52 Violet Place Nixon, N.J. Business Club 4; Junior Class Play 3: Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 2; Eagle 4; Class Representative 4. GORDON, GAIL E. 13 Brookside Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 2, 3. 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 3 Pep Club 1; Talo» 3, 4 (Co-editor); Folk Music Club 3 (Secretary); Key Tones 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. GOVE, GARY A. 36 Sanders Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. GROOM. LINDA C. 29 Melville Road Nixon, N.J. GRZYWINSKI, THOMAS W. 56 Eardley Road Edison, N.J. Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; Class Repre- sentative 1, 3- GUASTELLA, LORETTA J. 14 Price Drive Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4 (Treasurer); G.A.A. 3; Talo» 4; Mes Amis 1; Eagle 1, 2, 4; Class Representative 2; Drill Team 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Academy of Science 2. GUBIK, HELENE C. 313 Division Street Apt. 7A Edison, N.J. Student Council 3; Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 2; Efigle 4; Class Representative 3; Rangercttes 2; Spring Production 4. GUNNING, SANDRA L. Box 301 Mctuchen, N.J. HALL, DOLORES F. 7 Price Drive Edison, N.J. Student Council 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Eagle 2; Girls' Sen-ice Club 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. HAMILTON. PATRICIA M. 40 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 4; Edison lusights 3, 4; HAMMER. EDWARD W. 2 Pine Street Mctuchen, N.J. Baseball 4. HANSEN, RICHARD A. 32-3 Woodcdgc Avenue Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 2, 3- HARDY, WILLIAM N. 27 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Track; Class Representative 2. HARKINS, DEBORAH A. 270 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. HARRIGAN, LINDA J. 34 Westminster Place Edison, N.J. Pep Club 2; Girl's Service Club 2, 3; Chorus 1. HARRIS, RUSSELL P. 16 Chapel Street Edison, N.J. Rifle Club HARRISON, MICHAEL T. 19 Nancy Circle Nixon, N.J. Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. HART, JACQUELYN M. 103 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Pep Club 2; Art Club 2. HAVENS, PATRICIA M. 1 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Junior Class Play; Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 1 (Secretary); Pep Club 1; Talo» 4; Class Representative 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 3. 4; Freshman Class Vice-President; Dra- ma Club 1 (President); Chorus 1 (Presi- dent), 2, 3; Library Club 1 (Vice-Presi- dent); German Club 2 (Vice-President); Spring Production 4. HAWKINS, PEGGY L. 28 Colton Road Edison, N.J. Class Representative 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. HAYNES, MEL V. 15 Darrel Court Mctuchen, N.J. Golf Team; Student Council; Edison I»- sights; Photography Club; Spanish Club; Wrestling; Eagle; Class Representative; Fall Production 4. HEHN, J. RICHARD 89 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Class Rep- resentative 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club; 3, 4; Key Tones 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; A Cappclla Choir 3, 4; Ten- nis Club 2, 3, 4. HETTICH, THOMAS Mercury- Road Edison, N.J. Track HEWITT, KENNETH R. 36 Parkerson Road Edison, N.J. Mes Amis 1; Football 1, 2; Academy of Science 4. 159HIGGINS, PATRICK J. 2 Lynn Court Edison, N.J. Bowling Team; Mes Amis; Wrestling. HODGF.S, CARL 12 Mercury Road Edison, N.J. HOFFMAN, ARTHUR V. 122 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2; Jun- ior Class Play 3; Football 3; Soccer 1, 2; Track 2; lee Hockey 1, 3, 4. HOLCLI, BARBARA J. 15 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 2; Girls’ Glee Club 2; Class Representative 2. HOOVER, ROBERT J. 3 Church Street ' Edison, N.J. HOWARD, ELIZABETH A. 18 Bradley Drive Highland Park, N.J. Student Council HURLEY, JAMES B. 7 Laytham Road Mctuchcn, N.J. Rifle Club 2; Baseball 1; Varsity Club 3. 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4. JAFFE, GARY M. 9 Ryan Road Highland Park, N.J. Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4; Key Club 4; Chorus 1, 2. JOBBINS, ELIZABETH S. 244 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Girls' Glee Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Fall Pro- duction 4. KAESER, WILLIAM F. 191 Penn Avenue Edison, N.J. KAPLAN, JUNE 52 Gurley Road Edison, N.J. Business Club 4; F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 1; Girls' Track 3, 4; Rangerettes 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4. KAPLAN, RICHARD M. 43 Belmont Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Mixed Choir 1, 2; Boys’ Glee Club 1, 2; Talon 4 (Photography Editor); Student Council 1, 4; Photography Club 3- KAPLER, VIRGINIA M. 55 Melbourne Street Nixon, N.J. Future Nurses 2, 3. KARL, DONALD J. 45 Bradley Drive Highland Park, N.J. KATANA, JOHN A. 49 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. KEEVIL, DONNA L. 18 Dalton Place Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; German Club 2; Pep Club 2; Talon 3, 4; (Copy Editor) Class Representative 3, 4; Girls' Service Club 2, 3, (Historian), 4, (Secretary). KENYON, MARY JANE 20 Louise Road Edison, N.J. KERMES, ROGER A. 2 Clercmont Avenue Nixon, N.J. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity 4. KIBALKA, E. JOYCE 160 Hillcrest Avenue Edison, N.J. Bowling Team; A Cappella Choir; Girls’ Glee Club; Key Tones. KILROY, JAMES W. 23 So. Hcathcote Avenue Mctuchcn, N.J. KINNERSLEY, RICHARD J. 6 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Club KIRCHOFER, LINDA R. 136 Player Avenue Nixon, N.J. Student Council 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2; Junior Class Play; Class Representative 1; Girls’ Service Club 3. KIRKPATRICK, DIANA 44 Heathcote Avenue Metuchen, N.J. Basketball; Track. KISH, LOUISE A. 147 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. KIST, BRUCE P. 1 Latonia Street Highland Park, N.J. Bowling Team 2; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Talon 4; Swimming Team 3, 4. KIST, DONALD J. 40 Candy Court Nixon, N.J. KLIMEK, RANDY M. 5 So. Locust Avenue Metuchen, N.J. Rifle Club 4; Tennis Club 4; Radio Club 2, 4; Track 2. KLINE, FLOYD E. 36 Markham Road Edison, N.J. 160KLINE, SHARON A. 36 Markham Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A.; Rangercttcs. KNOEBEL, THOMAS H. 34 Weldon Road Edison, N.J. Varsity Club; Football. KOCH, WILLIAM H. 21 Silverlake Avenue Nixon, N.J. KOCZAN, DAVID A. 2681 Woodbridgc Avenue Edison, N.J. Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3. KOEHLER, CAROL M. 63 Stephenvillc Parkway Metuchen, N.J. Academy of Science; Future Nurses; Mcs Amis; Eagle 3, 4; F.T.A.; Math Club. KOJSZA, STEPHANIE B. 23 Johnstone Street Edison, N.J. KONNYU, WAYNE L 7 Carol Place Edison, N.J. National Honor Society; 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Soc- cer 2, 3; Eagle 4; Spring Play 4; Ice Hock- ey 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 4; Fall Play 4; Library Club 4. KOSNAC, LINDA M. 197 Penn Avenue Edison, N.J. Girls' Glee Club; G.A.A.; Future Physi- cians; Latin Club; Pep Club. KOVACS, THOMAS A. 9 Manor Court Highland Park, N.J. Eagle; Hockey. KRAMER, ELAINE S. 98 Loring Avenue Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 2, 3 (Reporter), 4 (Treasurer); German Club 2 (Treasurer); Talon 4; Chorus 1; F.T.A. 4. KRAMER, GARY 29 Columbus Avenue Edison, N.J. KRECHMAR, DONNA 37 York Drive Edison, N.J. KRUGER, CAROL L. 55 Beech Street Nixon, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Insights 3, 4; Tennis Club 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 4; Eagle (Edi- tor-in-Chief). KUBIAN, KAREN A. 207 Washington Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Spanish Club 1. KURACHIK, LINDA M. 50 Bartha Avenue Edison, N.J. LACHENMAYER, JOHN J. 100 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. Football 4; Track 1. LaFONTAINE, EDWARD G. 33 Sine Road Edison, N.J. Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4. LaFONTAINE, JOYCE L. 97 Overbrook Avenue Nixon, N.J. Future Nurses. LaFRENIERE, WANDA R. 68 Runyon Avenue Edison, N.J. Business Club; G.A.A.; Tennis Club. LANGONE, JOSEPH 159 Lexington Avenue Highland Park, N.J. LANKFORD, BRUCE H. 38 Magnolia Street Edison, N.J. Football. LAYNG, MARIAN J. 1 Leland Road Metuchen, N.J. LEAHEY, CLIFFORD J. 7 Raleigh Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Junior Class Play; German Club 4; Latin Club 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Edison Key Tones 3; Boys Glee Club 2, 3. LEONARD, GLENN D. 21 Park Way Nixon, N.J. Band 2: Hockey 3, 4. LEVINE, BARNETT V. 24 Dalton Place Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Pho- tography 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2. LILLIS, KATHERINE A. 6 Matson Road Edison, N.J. Pep Club 3. LINDSAY, MARGARET 38 Eardlcy Road Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 1, 3, 4; Mcs Amis 4; F.T.A. 4. LLOYD, WILLIAM J. 227 Penn Avenue Edison, N.J. Spanish Club 1; Football 1; Key Club 2. LOWICK, KENNETH W. 15 Willow Avenue Metuchen, N.J. Track 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4. 161LOWRY, CATHERINE A. 12 Eastlick Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 3, 4; Rangcrcttcs 3, 4. LUIZZA, ANN MARIE 24 Du ley Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Latin Club 3; Library Club 3, 4. LYNCH, LINDA A. 16 Colfax Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; A Cappella 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; German Club 1, 2; Future Physicians 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representa- tive 3, 4; Folk Singers Club 3. LYNCH, ROBERT L. 10 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. MACKEY, ROBERT J. 58 Sturgis Road Edison. N.J. MADISON, BARBARA M. 6 Wayne Street Nixon, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Spanish Club 1. MAGUIRE, WILLIAM J. 21 Markham Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 3. MARCALY, SUSAN E. 69 Preston Street Edison, N.J. Spanish Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. MARCALY, WILLIAM R. 69 Preston Street Edison, N.J. MARCY, STEVEN R. 45 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. MARICLE, RICHARD A. 28 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. MARINO, BARBARA A. 77 Lakcvicw Blvd. Nixon, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 2; Class Representative 2, 3; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4 (President); Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MARINO, JAMES J. 35 Garden Street Highland Park, N.J. Academy of Science; Baseball 1; Basket- ball 2; Junior Class Play 3; Key Club 3, 4; Fall Production 4. MARTONE, JOHN D. 42 Markham Road Edison, N.J. MARTZ, NANCY I. 66 Wayne Street Nixon, N.J. National Honor Societ)' 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 3; Mes Amis 1, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Class Repre- sentative 4; Girls' Service Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Folk Singing Club 3. MARZELLA, CHRISTINE S. 34 Sims Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Jun- ior Class Play 3; Fall' Production 4; T.H.A. 2, 4; Pep Club 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Rangcrcttcs 3. MAXWELL, HAROLD R. 9 Hector Avenue Edison, N.J. Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Bowling Team 2, 3; Football 2. MAYO, ALBERT P. 29 Fairvicw Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3,4; Student Coun- cil 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Debate Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, (Vice-Presi- dent), 4 (President); Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club I, 2, 3; Greek Club 1 (President); Folk Singing Club 3. MAYO, JEFFREY J. 80 Hillcrest Avenue Nixon, N.J. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Class Representative 1, 2. Me ANDREWS, DENNIS E. 61 Bradley Drive Highland Park, N.J. Me CARTNEY, LINDA 12 Melville Road Edison, N.J. Me CLAIN, SANDRA L. 29 Colton Road Edison, N.J. Golf Team Manager 4; Academy of Science 4; German Club 1,2; Swim Team 1, 3; Skating Club 1. Me CLAIN, SHARON L. 29 Colton Road Edison, N.J. Student Council l, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Ice Skating Club 1. Me CONNELL, THOMAS J. 3 Carol Place Edison, N.J. Me CORMACK, PATRICIA R. 103 Idlcwild Road Edison, N.J. Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; F.H.A. 2; Tennis Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Edison Eagle 2; Girls’ Service Club 3; Ice Skating Club 1. Me CORMICK, MARY E. 4 Ovington Avenue Edison, N.J. Me GINN, KEVINS. 35 Morgan Drive Highland Park, N.J. 162Baseball; Basketball; Mes Amis; Varsity Club; Football. Me GOWAN, JANET M. 3 Hull Drive Highland Park, N.J. Business Club Me GOWAN, MICHAEL G. 3 Hull Drive Highland Park, N.J. Me LEROY, JOHN A. 16 Putnam Avenue Edison, N.J. MELLIOS, PETER N. 64-66 Seymour Avenue Edison, N.J. Student Council 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Football 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 2. METROS, MARY ANN 2400 Woodbridgc Avenue Nixon, N.J. Business Club; G.A.A.; Class Represent- ative. METZLER, KENNETH H. 5 Kcnmore Road Edison, N.J. Track 2. MICHALOSKI, ROSEMARIE T. Cozy Trailer Court Nixon, N.J. MIERS, WILLIAM H. 5 Lenox Street Edison, N.J. Photography 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Edison Eagle 4; Ice Hockey 3, 4. MILLER, DAVID D. 35 Finley Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Track I, 4; Wrestling 4. MILLER, GEORGE R. 6l Walnut Street Edison, N.J. Ice Hockey 2. MILLER, KATHLEEN L. 2505 Woodbridge Avenue Edison, N.J. MILLER, LINDA E. 53 Elm Street Nixon, N.J. F.H.A. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Rangcrcttcs 3, 4. MILLER, PATRICIA A. 222 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. MINNIG, CLIFFORD J. 106 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. Basketball 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4. MIRAGLIOTTA, CARMELLA T. 28 Seymour Avenue Highland Park, N.J. MISTYSYN, KAREN M. 4 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; Future Nurses 2, 3, (Treasurer); Library Club 1; Pep Club 2; Talon 4; Girls Service Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 2. MONGIOVI, JEAN V. 59 Jefferson Blvd. Edison, N.J. MONTAYNE, JAMES D. 105 Greenwood Avenue Edison, N.J. MONUS, RICHARD J. 3 Brookville Road Edison, N.J. Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4 (co-capt). MOONEY, ROBERT W. 14 Markham Road Edison, N.J. Golf Team; Academy of Science; Band; Soccer; Boys’ State. MORGAN, KATHERINE J. 25 Raleigh Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A.; Drill Team; Pep Club. MORRIS, LEAH M. 299 Central Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 4; F.H.A. 2; Edison Insights 4; Eagle 4; Fall Production 4. MORSE, CHERYLYN 36 Finley Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science; Student Council; Jun- ior Class Play; Fall Production; G.A.A.; Rangcrettcs. MOSKOWITZ, ROSALINDA 15 Westminster Place Nixon, N.J. MUFSON, SEENA J. 28 Barlow Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 1 (President), 3; G.A.A. 2, 4; Mes Amis 2; Eagle 2, 3 (News editor), 4 (Senior news editor); Class Representa- tive 3; Choir 1, 2, 3. MULLEN, THOMAS E. 33 Stevens Road Nixon, N.J. Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Club; Football 2, 3, 4. MUNDY, BARBARA J. 95 Idlcwild Road Edison, N.J. Business Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4. NAMIAS, ROBERTA 4 Manor Court Highland Park, N.J. Fall Production 4. 163NASE, BARBARA A. 313 Division Street Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Girls’ Service Club 3; Rangerettes 2, 3, 4; Skating Club 1. NAWROCK, JANET A. 8 Ferris Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 3. NELSON, BRUCE D. 22 Matson Road Edison, N.J. Golf Team 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Soccer 2; Rifle Club 2, 3. NEMETH, EUGENE J. 54 Jefferson Blvd. Edison, N.J. Varsity Club; Football; Wrestling; Edison Eagle. NEMETH, WILLIAM J. 54 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. NEWMAN, BRADFORD A. 24 Baldwin Road Edison, N.J. Soccer 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3. NICHNOWITZ, MITCHEL V. 21 Deerwood Avenue Edison, N.J. Golf Team 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Bowling Team 2, 3, 4. NIXON, CAROL A. 5 Lcland Road Mctuchcn, N.J. Student Council 1; Cheerleaders 2; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Class Representative 1, 2, 3. NOBILE, CONSTANCE A. 141 Lexington Avenue Highland Park, N.J. G.A.A. 1. NORMANT, BRIAN J. 69 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. NORTON, CATHERINE A. 84 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Girls’ Glee Club; F.H.A.; Chorus. NOVAK, CHERYL A. 66 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. Business Club; G.A.A. O BRIEN, ANN M. Hill Road Edison, N.J. O’CONNELL, ROGER A. 32 Elliot Place Nixon, N.J. OLCHVARY, CHARLES D. 23 Schuyler Drive Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 2. OLCHVARY, RICHARD A. 13 Clausen Road Edison, New Jersey Business Club. OLIVIER, NANCY F. 109 Taft Avenue Highland Park, N.J. G.A.A. 4; Future Nurses; Spanish Club 4; Rangerettes 4. OLSEN, ALBERT J. 14 Putnam Avenue Edison, N.J. Football; Track. OLSEN, JAMES T. Old Post Road Edison, N.J. OLSEN, JOHN E. 14 Putnam Avenue Edison, N.J. O’MALLEY, GENE P. 41 Trenton Avenue Edison, N.J. Basketball 2, 3, 4. ONDEYKA, SHIRLEY 18 Dobson Road Edison, N.J. Student Council 2. OROSZ, ALEXANDRA M. 77 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Girls’ Glee Club; G.A.A.; Future Phy- sicians; Latin Club; Mcs Amis. OUIMET, MARGARET E. 109 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4; Business Club 3, 4; Bowling Team 1; F.H.A. 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3. OZELL, CHRISTINE 40 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 3; Future Nurses 3; Drill Team 2; Swim Team 3- PALUZZI, GERARD L. 15 Deerwood Avenue Edison, N.J. PANDOLI, PATRICIA J. 295 Central Avenue Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 2; Mes Amis 2. PAPP, LESLIE J. 711 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); Student Council 3 (Corresponding Secre- tary); Girls’ Glee Club 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary); G.A.A. 4; Tennis Club 3; Pep Club 1; Class Representative 2; Folksinging Club 3. PARKINSON, ANITA J. 613 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. 164Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Pep Club 1. 2; Girls’ Track 3; F.T.A. 1, 2. PARMITIER, GRACE A. 16 Pine Street Mctuchcn, N.J. Junior Class Play 3. PAVLOCAK, JAMES 53 Aver)1 Street Edison, N.J. PAWLOSKI, MARGARET 59 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 2; A Cappella Choir 2, 3; Girls’ Glee Club 2; Class Representa- tive 2. PECKHAM. WILLEY D. 216 Loring Avenue Edison, N.J. Hockey Team. PEPPI. FRANK R. 272 Woodbridgc Avenue Apt. B4 Edison, N.J. PERDUE, BARBARA A. l6l Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. PERDUE NANCY L. 10 Latonia Street Highland Park, N.J. Library' Club 3, 4. PERLMUTTER, AMY G. 5 Smalley Road Edison, N.J. Edison Insights 3, 4; Pep Club; Edison Eagle 4. PESCHEK, JAMES E. 18 Wcstervclt Avenue Edison, N.J. Band 1; Student Council 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Talon 3, 4; Basketball 1. PETERS, FRANK M. 18 Stiles Road Edison, N.J. Class Representative 4; Swim Team. PETRO, ROBERT V. 18 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. PFEIFFER, SUSAN M. 115 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Edison Insights 3, 4. PHILPOT, WILLIAM 63 Preston Street Edison, N.J. Varsity Club; Football; Track; Wrestling. PIATKOWSKI, MICHAEL F. 35 Westminster Place Edison, N.J. PICCIRILLO, VINCENT J. 188 Highland Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 4; Bowling Team 3, 4; Class Representative 4. PICCOLA, ANN M. 30 Pacific Street Edison, N.J. Girls' Glee Club 2; Spanish Club 1, 4 (Vice President); Chorus 1, 2. PILONE, WILLIAM C. 29 Sturgis Road Edison, N.J. Chorus 1. PILSON, GAIL S. 42 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary); Student Council 4; Spanish Club 2; Edison Eagle 3; Color Guard 3 (Co-captain), 4 (Captain). PILSON, JOANNE S. 42 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; Mes Amis; Art Club PIZZAIA, EUGENE R. Peterson Avenue Edison, N.J. PLOTklN, CLAIRE J. 90 Wooding Avenue Edison, N.J. PODOLSKI, VINCENTINE F. 15 Estok Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; A Cappella Choir; Girls’ Glee Club; Junior Class Play 3; Class Representative; Rangcrettcs; Key Tones. POLLEX, WILLIAM R. 33 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Wrest- ling 3, 4; Chorus 1, 3, 4. POPER, JUDY M. 2‘Columbus Avenue Nixon, N.J. Girls’ G ce Club 2, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; Pep Club 4; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4; Color Guard 4. PORAWSKI, ROBERT J. 47 Glenvillc Road Edison, N.J. POTTER, PAUL C. 38 Sanders Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4. POVLICH, THOMAS E. 65 Avery Street Nixon, N.J. Golf Team 3; Student Council 2, 3; Junior Class Play 3; Mes- Amis 1; Class Repre- sentative 2; A.V.A. 1, 2; Bowling 4; Spring Production 165PRISH VALKO, JANET 31 Gurley Road Edison, N.J. PRYOR, JAMES E. 111 Graccy Street Edison, N.J. Football 2; Track 2, 3. PULLMAN, DIANE M. 113 Highland Avenue Highland Park, N.J. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Club 3; Mcs Amis 2; Talon 4; Eagle 4. RADA, HARRY J. 156 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. RANKIN, THOMAS H. P.O. Box 301 Metuchen, N.J. RAUH, PATRICIA A. 49 West KnoIIwood Road Metuchen, N.J. REBMAN, DONNA L. 25 Moryan Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Class Representative 1, 3; Drill Team 2. REISTER, GEORGE 9 Richmond Road Edison, N.J. RESTAINO, ANTIONETTE 30 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. Business Club 3; G.A.A. 3. RIEMSCHNEIDER, ELLEN C. 53 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Folksinging Club 3. RINKER, BONNIE A. 19 Colton Road Edison, N.J! Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. RITZ, KATHLEEN A. 101 Lexington Avenue Highland Park, N.J. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; Junior Class Play 3; G.A.A. 3; Tennis Club 3; Talon 3, 4. RODEK, WILLIAM A. 25 Myra Place Highland Park, N.J. Rifle Club 4. RODEN, PATRICIA E. 28 Stiles Road Edison, N.J. ROMA, LOIS M. 4 Moryan Road Edison, N.J. Junior Class Play 3; Girls' Service Club. ROSENFELD, LAURA R. 221 North Eighth Avenue Highland Park, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1; Latin Club 3; Mes Amis 2; Edison Eagle 2; Class Representative 4; Latin Honor Society 3, 4. ROSENTHAL, ARLENE 43 Stony Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Pep Club 2; Talon 3, 4; Class Representative 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, «• 4. ROSSHIRT, GARY N. 231 Wellington Place Nixon, N.J. ROTH, PHYLLIS M. 25 Brookfall Road Highland Park, N.J. Student Council; Junior Class Play 3; Mcs Amis; Trade; Class Representative; Girls’ Service Club. ROTHLEIN, JULIUS 45 Winthrop Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3; Student Coundl 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Edison Edg e 3, 4 (Sports Editor); Class Representative 1; Bowling Team 1. RUBIN, LLOYD E. 27 Ferris Road Edison, N.J. RUMSEY, GEORGE 53 Hillcrcst Avenue Edison, N.J. RUPP, CALVIN R. 28 Caldwell Road Edison, N.J. Baseball 1; Track 3; Cross Country 3. RUSNOCK, RICHARD J. 35 Seymour Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL, LAWRENCE Woodbridge Avenue Edison, N.J. RYNO, BRUCE H. 9 Lloyd Avenue Edison, N.J. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Club 3,4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHILLER, FREDERICK 11 East KnoIIwood Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. SCHMIDT, RONALD 14 Brookvillc Road Edison, N.J. SCHNATTER, KENNETH B. 5 Duley Avenue Highland Park, N.J. SCHUSTER, STEPHEN F. 83 Ovcrbrook Avenue Nixon, N.J. Varsity Club; Football. SCORDINSKY, RICHARD W. 108 Overbrook Avenue Nixon, N.J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 1. SEETERLIN, KRISTINA L. 77 Hillcrcst Avenue Edison, N.J. SEKENSKY, JUDITH A. 15 Pelham Avenue Edison, N.J. 166Junior Class Play; Tennis Club 4; Fall Production 4; Spring Production 4. SERRA, MARYANN L. 158 Redwood Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Fall Production 4. SEVER I NO, FRANK T. 6 Smalley Road Edison, N.J. Junior Class Play; Swim Team. SHEBEL, SUSANNE B. 94 Hillcrest Avenue Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 3; Pep Club 4; Track 3 (Girls); Girls' Service Club; Color Guard 4. SHIFFNER, BARBARA L. 45 Rosewood Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Junior Class Play; Fall Production 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 1; Chorus 1; Girls' Service Club 1, 3, 4; Folk Singing Club 3. SHUEY, KAREN G. 22 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. G.A.A.; Rangcrettes. SIDDERS, MARY 21 Richmond Road Edison, N.J. SI EVERT, ALIDE 23 McGinnis »7oad Metuchcn, N.J. SILAGY, JANIS 614 Old Post Road Edison, N.J. Student Council 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee dub 1, 2; Junior Class Play; Pep Club 1; Track 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rangcrettes 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Fall Production 4. SILK, BARRY F. 9 Regent Court Edison, N.J. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Debate Club 2; Swim Team 3. SINKO, CAROL L. 55 Gild well Road Edison, N.J. Business Club 4; Bowling Team 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Rangcrettes 2, 3; Color Guard 4. SIUDUT, JOHN F. 15 Parkerson Road Edison, N.J. Football Manager; Stage Manager. SIUDUT, MARY F. 15 Parkerson Road Edison, N.J. Student Council; Girls’ Glee Club; Fall Production 4; F.H.A.; Future Nurses; Tennis Club. SKAUDIS, THOMAS M. 106 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Club. SKINNER, FRANK L. 62 Eardley Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 4; Student Council 4; Band 2; Basketball 2; Junior Class Play; Fall Production 4; Football 1; F.T.A. 4; Key Club 4. SMERECKI, MARTIN 4 East Knollwood Road Edison, N.J. SMITH, M. GAIL 23 Cambridge Road Edison, N.J. Eagle 4; Girls' Service Club 3; Chorus 1. SMITH, MARYELLEN 144 Hillcrest Avenue Edison, N.J. Junior Class Play; Class Representative 4; Girls' Service Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 4; Edison Insights 4. SMITH, PATRICIA G. 37 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. SMITH, PRISCILLA D. 25 Finley Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science; Spanish Club; Class Representative. SMITH, WILLIAM J. 30 Dobson Road Edison, N.J. SMOLIGA, DONNA L. 71 Lakeview Blvd. Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 2; Future Nurses 1, 3, 4; Mes Amis l; Class Representative 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4. SMOLIGA, MICHAEL B. 107 Loring Avenue Edison, N.J. SNOOK, REGINA A. 58 Duley Avenue Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 3; Junior Class Play 3; Fall Production 4; Class Representative 3, 4; Art Club 2, 4. SORENSEN, THEODORE A. 75 Craig Street Nixon, N.J. Class Representative; Student Trainer. SPEARNOCK, PAUL Suttons Lane Highland Park, N.J. SPENCE, BARBARA A. 71 Pacific Street Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 1, 2 ,3; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Production 4; Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Edison Insights 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Class Repre- sentative 1. SPIVACK, GERALDINE 22 Hill Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3; Student Council 2, 4; Junior Class Play; Class Representa- tive 1, 3, 4; Rangcrettes 3; Cheerleaders 2, 4. STALEY, PETER J. 33 Crestwood Avenue Nixon, N.J. Academy of Science; Varsity dub; Soc- cer; Class Representative; Math Club STANKUNIS, PETER F. 44 Mill Road Edison, N.J. Radio Club. STAPLES, SUSAN A. 100 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. F.H.A. 3; Girls' Service Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 167STARKINS, DONNA L. 1990 Woodbridgc Avenue Edison, N.J. STECKOWICH, JANET M. 199 Loring Avenue Edison, N.J. Girls’ Glee Club 2; Junior Class Play; Fall Production 4; Pep Club 2; Eagle 2, 3 (Feature editor), 4 (Managing editor); Girls' Service Club 4; Rangcrettes 3; Girls’ Track 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Insights 2, 3, 4 (Literary editor); F.H.A. 2, 3- STEFFEN, THOMAS 293 Central Avenue Edison, N.J. STEINMAN, DAVID N. 7 Fairfield Drive W. Convent Station, N.J. Junior Class Play; Fall Production 4; Track 3, 4; Talon 4. STEPHENS, SUSAN M. 54 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. Business Club; G.A.A. STEWART, NEIL W. 170 Plainfield Avenue Edison, N.J. STIRLING, NANCY A. 60 Eardley Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Council 1; G.A.A. 1; Future Nurses 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Girls’ Service Club 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4. STORY, JOHN A. 22 Rosewood Avenue Edison, N.J. STRATOWSKI, MARGARET 107 Leslie Street Edison, New Jersey STRAUB, HERBERT T. 22 Mercury' Road Edison, N.J. Bowling Team; Soccer. STRAUB, STEVEN R. 33 Heathcotc Avenue Metuchen, N.J. STROMOSKI, CHARLES J. 95 Stony Road Edison, N.J. STUERMANN, LYNN 96 Idlewild Road Edison, N.J. Pep Club 1; Rangcrettes 3, 4. SUMMERS, MARIE L. 96 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. SUMMERS, TERESA L. 68 Sturgis Road Edison, N.J. Track Manager 2, 3; Talon 4; Art Club 2, 3 (Vice President). SWARTZ, DONNA L. 37 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. Business Club; G.A.A.; Girls’ Service Club. TAFUNI, ANGELA M. 101 Stony Road Edison, N.J. TANGO, BEVERLY A. 9 Matson Road Edison, N.J. Academy of Science 3; Student Council 1; Mcs Amis 1; Class Representative 1, 2; Freshman Class Secretary; Junior Class Treasurer 3. TANGOLICS, JOSEPH T. 2 Walnut Street Edison, N.J. Rifle Club; Football 1, 2; Class Repre- sentative 2. TELLONE, RALPH A. Colonial Motel 610 Route 1 Edison, N.J. Golf Team 2, 3; Academy of Science 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3. THOMAS, BARBARA S. 12 Finley Road Edison, N.J. Student Council 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Girls’ Service Club 4; F.T.A. 1, 4; Rangerettes 2; Folksinging Club 3; President of Freshman Class; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS, MARILYN J. 14 Locust Avenue Metuchen, N.J. THOMAS, RICHARD J. 20 Melville Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Club 4; Chess 2, 3; Bowling Team 1; Mes Amis 1. THURLOW, ERNEST H. 100 Lloyd Street Edison, N.J. German Qub 1, 2. TIPALDI, ARTHUR J. 75 Wooding Avenue Edison, N.J. Golf Team 2; Photography Club 2; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. TOBOJKA, BRUCE E. 14 Monaghan Road Edison, N.J. Rifle Qub 1, 2, 3, 4. TOKARZEWSKI, LINDA J. 30 Eardley Road Edison, N.J. Student Council 4; Junior Class Play; F.H.A. 1, 3, 4; Art Club 1. TOMBYLL, JOHN E. 48 Sturgis Road Edison, N.J. Chorus 1; Basketball 1; Tennis Club 2. TOROK, LYNN A. 13 Comstock Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir; Girls’ Glee Club; Future Physi- cians; Spanish Club; Key Tones; Folk- singing Club. TOTH, ANDREW 18 Velikan Place Edison, N.J. TOTH, THOMAS M. 18 Velikan Place Edison, N.J. Basketball 1. TOWNSEND, SANDRA 20 Heathcotc Avenue Metuchen, N.J. Business Club 1; Cheerleaders 1, 2; Girls 168Glcc Club 2; F.H.A. 1; German Club 1; Girls' Service Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3; Library Club 3. TURLEY, BARBARA A. 42 Sharon Avenue Nixon, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2; G.A.A. 3; Mes Amis 1; Pep Club 2; Talon 3, 4; 2; Class Repre- sentative 1, 4; F.T.A. 1; Drill Team 3 (Lieutenant), 4 (Captain); Chorus 2. VACCARO, EDWARD G. 55 Chestnut Street Edison, N.J. VEGA, MONSERRATE 36 Rosewood Road Edison, N.J. VERNON, KENNETH E. 64 Schuyler Drive Highland Park, N.J. VICKERY, DAVID H. 47 Elm Street Edison, N.J. A Cappclla Choir 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Play; Edison Insights 3; Football Manager 1,3; Bowling Team 2, 3; Talon 4; Spring Production 4; Mixed Choir 2. VICKERY, FRED L. 66 Du ley Avenue Highland Park, N.J. VITELLI, EDWARD Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. VOSSELER, KATHLEEN B. 7 Putnam Avenue Edison, N.J. Talon 4; Latin Club 4. WARE, JOHN M. Mill Road Nixon, N.J. WEINER, STEPHEN R. 16 Magee Road Edison, N.J. National Honor Society; Academy of Science; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Boys’ Glee Club. WEST, CAROL A. 24 Adelc Court Nixon, N.J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Cllib; Future Nurses; Latin Club 3, 4; National Latin Honor Society 3. WESTOVER, OLIVER B. 20 Altamont Road Edison, N.J. Football. WHALEN, ARLENE M. 3 Mercury Road Edison, N.J. Girls’ Glee Club; Eagle 4; Gass Represent- ative. WIECZOREK, PATRICIA A. 115 Oakland Avenue Edison, N.J. WIGGINS, HERBERT M. 83 Ashley Road Edison, N.J. WILKE, GERALDINE E. 89 Oak Lane Highland Park, N.J. WILLIAMS, CAROL A. 225 Central Avenue Edison, N.J. G.A.A. 1. WILLIAMS, KAREN E. 14 Carlisle Court Edison, N.J. WILLIAMS, KAREN L. 2555 Woodbridge Avenue Edison, N.J. F.H.A.; Pep Gub. WILLIAMS, MARSHA M. 22 Sturgis Road Edison, N.J. Junior Gass Play; Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 4; Gass Representative 4; Art Qub 4. WILSON, CAROLYN 72 Suydam Avenue Highland Park, N.J. WIRTZ, CAROLYN 5 Center Street Edison, N.J. WIRTZ, JOSEPH F. 5 Center Street Edison, N.J. Baseball; German Club 2; Football 1. WOGAN, NANCY J. 15 Wayne Street Nixon, N.J. National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4; Talon 3; Eagle 4; Girls’ State 3, Girls’ Service Club 3, 4; Art Club 2. YOUNG, C. JERRY P.O. Box 301 Metuchen, N.J. YOUNG, LONNIE E. 59 Hillcrcst Avenue Edison, N.J. Baseball 1; Bowling Team 2, 3, 4. YOUNG, ROGER T. 27 Andre Avenue Edison, N.J. YUHAS, LOUIS W. 90 Harrigan Street Nixon, N.J. Baseball 1; Football 1. ZACK, CAROL 3 Brookfall Road Highland Park, N.J. Student Council 2, 3; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Fall Production 4; Junior Red Cross 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Mes Amis 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Class Representative 4; Girls’ Serv- ice Club 4. ZARISH, MARY JANE 70 Prospect Avenue Edison, N.J. Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Chorus 3 (Secretary), 4. ZENO, LINDA A. 67 Foyer Street Highland Park, N.J. Chef’s Club 4. ZINK, JOHN J. 10 Palcy Place Edison, N.J. Bowling Team 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play 3. ZITA, ALPHONSE V. 19 Gurley Road Edison, N.J. 169May we all find success and happiness — Class of ’67 With special gratitude to our dedicated, hardworking advisor Mrs. Calanmeri. 170Best Wishes ■for Continued Success 3rom Zhe Class Of ’66Best of Luck Always to the Class of '67 From THE CLASS OF 68173dear kid: TODAY you asked me for a job. From the look of your shoulders as you walked out, I suspect you've been turned down before, and maybe you believe by now that kids out of high school can't find work. But. I hired a teenager today. You saw her. She was the one wearing nylons and the hair above the shoulders. What was so special about her? Not experience, neither of you had any. It was her attitude put her on the payroll instead of you. Attitude, kid. A-T-T-l-T-U-D-E. She wanted that job badly enough to shuck the textured stockings, get a haircut, and look in the phone book to find out what this company makes. She did her best to impress me. That's where she edged you out. You see. kid, people who hire people aren't "with" a lot of things. We "dig" Bing more than Ringo, and we have some Stone-Age ideas about who owes whom a living. Maybe that makes us "squares," but there's nothing wrong with the checks we sign, and and if you want one you’d better tune to our wave length. Ever hear of "empathy?” It's the trick of seeing the other guy's side of things. I couldn't have cared less that your boyfriend likes long hair. He's not going to pay your salary. What I needed was someone who'd come into this office, keep her eyes open, and work for me like she'd work for herself. If you have even the vaguest idea of what I’m trying to say. let it show the next time you ask for a job. You'll be head and shoulders over the rest. Look kid: The only time jobs grew on trees was while most of the manpower was wearing G.I.'s and pulling K.P. For all the rest of history you've had to get a job like you get a husband: "Case" the situation, remove the leather jacket, swallow the gum, and try to appear reasonably willing. Maybe jobs aren't as plentiful right now, but a lot of us can remember when master craftsmen walked the streets. By comparison you don't know the meaning of "scarce." You may not believe it, but all around you employers are looking for young girls smart enough to go after a job in the old-fashioned way. When they find one. they can't wait to unload some of their worries on her. For both our sakes. get eager, will you. NANCY TAYLOR Creating Those Secretaries With The Finishing School Look 35 Watchung Avenue Plainfield, New Jersey 07060 Phone: (201) 756-2922 APPROVED BY N. J. STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 1744th Period English PUMAS PALS 5th Period English III 175Best Wishes From: Mrs. Pak's Rats (Period 5) Mrs. Pak's Romper Room (Period 6) 176Congratulations to the Best Wishes Class of "67" To the Class of 1967 From From THE CLASS OF 1969 THE CLASS OF '70 EDISON HIGH SCHOOL BOOSTER CLUB Edison, New Jersey Extends Its Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 177 Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month in the High SchoolCH 7-5662 FAR • Proms HILLS • Birthdays • Engagements VI EL'S INN • Weddings • Anniversaries Italian—American Restaurant • Elegant Social All Our Food-Platters To Go Route 202-206 Events OWNER CHARLIE COVINO North Somerville, N. J. • After-Game and • After-Theatre Lincoln Highway Edison, N. J. Phone 725-2166 Dining Dancing Best of Luck To the Graduates 178 From THE GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB RARITAN VALLEY W. J. PATTEN CO., INC. MARINE, INC. Slickcraft Boats Winner Boats Apache Canoes Mirrocraft Boats Sealion Trailers 365 New Brunswick Avenue Perth Amboy, N. J. HENRY H. TROGER 2300 Woodbridge Ave. Edison, N. J. Phone: 985-1 166 Miss Auerbach's Zoo Featuring The Animals of Solid and Trig. 179LEARN IBM KEY PUNCH COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Day and Eve. Sessions Tuition Plans—State Approval Co-ed Placement Service Train For A Better Position SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MACHINES Compliments of SPRUCE CLEANERS 2016 Woodbridge Avenue Edison, New Jersey Menlo Perk Shopping Center 549-6250 RASPA JEWELERS Watchmaker—Diamond Setter Diamonds—Watches—Jewelry Trophies—Silverware All Types of Repairs OLD RINGS RESTYLED OUR SPECIALTY ANTHONY RASPA Prop. 4 No. 10th Reriten Ave. Highland Park, New Jersey 545-6332 BELL'S DRUG STORE Bell Medical Surgical Supply Co. 1907 Lincoln Highway Edison, N. J. Phone: 985-1211 DRAKE College of Business Diploma Courses Executive Secretarial—Junior Accounting—Senior Accounting Secretarial—Stenography—Typewriting Drake Grads Get The Best Jobs! SCHOOLS LOCATED IN NEWARK, ELIZABETH, ORANGE, NORTH PLAINFIELD PASSAIC. NEW BRUNSWICK FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT SERVICE! Approved by the State of New Jersey Department of Education Founded 1883Good Luck to The Graduating Class For All Your Banking Needs See Us At RARITAN VALLEY NATIONAL BANK THE H. P. HERSHKOWITZ AGENCY Member Multiple Listing System Real Estate—Insurance 1949 Highway 27, Edison, Now Jersey 985-1655 HERMAN P. HERSHKOWITZ 226 Raritan Ave. Rt. 27 and Evergreen Rd. 545-9414 Edison, New Jersey SKIP’S FLOWER SHOP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Highland Parle, New Jersey Travis' Terrors 12-5 181267 Plainfield Ave. (Near Rt. 27) Edison, New Jersey Phone 985-0373 TASTEE SUB SHOP Giant Submarine Sandwiches Store Hours: 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.—Monday—Saturday 2:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.—Sunday FLOWERS BY WESLEY Flowers For All Occasions DAVE CALDWELL GEORGE THONTON 985-9813 WESLEY REED 1803 Lincoln Hwy (Rt. 27) Proprietor Edison, N. J. It Pays to Buy All Your Needs Compliments of HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY QUEEN —At— NIXON PARK PHARMACY Nixon Shopping Center Highway 27, Edison, N. J. 287-1212 EDISON CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE Books of All Publishers 1803 Lincoln Highway (Route 27) Phone 985-7118 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '67985-1334 RICHARD J. SMITH BELL LUNCHEONETTE STATIONERY, INC. Candy—Toys—Magazines School Supplies 1905 Route 27 Edison, N. J. SELDOW'S The Friendly Place to Shop 410 Main St. Metuchen, N. J. MARIANO PRESS 13 Talmadge St. New Brunswick, N. J. LIBERTY RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO. Bar—Restaurant and Janitorial Supplies DAVE ROSENTHAL 15 Highland Ave. Metuchen, N. J. NIXON CITGO SERVICE (Formerly Nixon Cities Service) Credit Cards Honored Cor. Plainfield and 985-9837 Ovington Avenues 985-6426 Edison, N. J. MAJESTIC LANES Cocktail Lounge—Restaurant 40 Lanes Penna. Ave. Route 9 VA 6-6800 Hopelawn, N. J. CYCLE WORLD "New Jersey's Largest Cycle Showroom" Route 1 North Edison, N. J. 201 985-6100 LEBBING’S ESSO Cor. Hwy. 27 Plainfield Ave. Edison, Now Jersey ARNOLD LEBBING 985-5617 May Success and Happiness Be Your Key to the Future 183Compliments of ESQUIRE DINER AND RESTAURANT U. S. Rout® 1 Edison, N. J. MARLENE'S COIFFURES, INC. Mon.—Fri. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. And by Appointment Kilmer Plaza Shopping Center Route 27, Edison, New Jersey SCHWARTZ STELTON DRUGS, INC. Plainfield Ave., Lincoln Hwy. Edison, New Jersey Phone: 985-1325 Congratulations to the Class of '67 FROM 12-9 THE EDISON DINER U.S. Route No. 1 and Plainfield Avenue Edison Township, New Jersey Kl 5-9888 JOHNNY'S BARBER SHOP 2223 Woodbridge Avenue Nixon, New Jersey Tel. 985-9776 EDISON PHARMACY A Dedicated Pharmacy Compliments of THE EDISON BANK Main Office: Route 27 and Stony Road West, Edison, N. J. Branch Offices Menlo Park Shopping Center, Menlo Park, N. J. 15 N. Main Street, Milltown, N. J. Raritan Arsenal, Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, N. J. 'The Bank Designed With You In Mind" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 184"Keep the faith. Baby!" Miss Puma's 2nd Period English COMPLIMENTS OF EDISON LANES 985-1655 Rout« 1 Edison B. M. LUMBER CO. Woodbridge Avenue Nixon, New Jersey ANGELO L. MANCUSO ANTOINETTE M. BARATTA 185 PATRONS A Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Alman John J. Anderson Arlene and Lonnie B Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartz Dave Becker Ben and Letch Berkley Bake Shop The Bertin Family Mr. and Mrs. M. Blauer Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bleacher Bob's Appliance Service Bolton's Lawn and Garden Service Boro Motors C Carol's Bakery Mr. and Mrs. A. Carraturo Cenacle Retreat House Central Chuckwagon Mr. and Mrs. Champino Mr. and Mrs. F. Christie and Sons The Clods Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Conerty Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Cosimano Mr. and Mrs. Veto Cosimano Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Cresti Mr. and Mrs. Shamus Curry D Danny's Music Center In memory of Leroy Danziger Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dellinger I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Diccianni Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dominick Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Downey Dressler's Esso Service Center Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dressier Mrs. Constance Dreyer E Mr. and Mrs. John Eichert F Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Farkas The Feinbergs Mr. and Mrs. H. Firestine Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fleagle Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fredericks From an Enemy G Mr. Louis A. Gaccione Sue Gandek Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Garfield Thomas W. Garfield Mr. and Mrs. Michael Guckenberger H Hair Fashion by Marta Jack F. Halsey Grandma and Poppy Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. C. Harrigan Mr. and Mrs. T. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Havens Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hehn Home Town Beauty Salon Mr. and Mrs. Helmut Horst J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jaffe Jimmy and Joanne K Karen and Bill Mr. and Mrs. George Karl Mr. and Mrs. Zolton Kecskemity The Konnyu Family Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Kruger Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kubian L Eddie Lillis 186Livingston Cleaners Lomar Distributing Corp. M Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Madison Kathy and Ethel Mahan Mar-Al Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. F. Marchese and Daughters Maylath's Dairy—Matt and Mike Mr. and Mrs. Ed Menard Mr. and Mrs. William J. Merolla Bobbie Metz Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyers Pat and Jerry Miller "66" Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mistysyn Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Moore Miss M. Murphy N Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Namias P Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pavlocak Ed Perdue Class of '63 The Perla's Peter Terzino's Auto Body Shop Mr. and Mrs. A. Pullman, Sr. Pussyfoot and Monkey 9 Queen City Academy of Beauty Culture R Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ribinsky Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Riggs Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ritz Roger and Carol Royal Lumber Millwork Co. S Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sanders Mr. and Mrs. David Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scheidegg Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Sekenski Mr. and Mrs. Sievert Mr. and Mrs. C. Silagy Mr. and Mrs. J. Sinko and Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Skinner, Jr. Keneth Smith Class of '62 Mrs. M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Snook Mrs. L. Sorensen Mr. and Mrs. John Steckowich, Jr. Steve and Alide R. J. Stier, Jr. Congratulations from Mrs. A. J. Sulliman T Ray Taylor 1001 Auto Parts, East Brunswick Thriftway Leasing Co. Thriftway Trailer Sales Yolan Toth Traylor Agency, Realtor V Mr. and Mrs. L. Varchol Venuto's Farm Market Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Vereb Vic and Regina '64 Vince Landscape Contractors Vineyard Road Esso W Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weiss Sandy and Dick Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wengrzyn Mr. and Mrs. Stan Werther Wilbern Realty Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wilson, Jr. Y Mary Ann Yelencsics Tony Yelencsics Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie E. Young Z Mr. and Mrs. Angel Zapata 187A BOOSTERS A2C 13873848—Metuchen '65 A. P. Food Store Stephen G. Achaves Mr. and Mrs. Adase Mr. and Mrs. Frank Agostino Mr. Eudaldo Agrait Al '68 and Mike '67 Al and Ron Alex and Judy '66 Pearl Alexander Alice and Jenny Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Allen Mr. and Mrs. John Alvator Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Amaniera David A. Andrejco Annette '67 Anthony and Stephanie Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anzano Louis Ares Arlene and Bill Artie's Angels Barbara J. Arway '65 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Arway Mr. and Mrs. R. Aszman Mr. and Mrs. John T. Atkins Mrs. Audreoli Joe Augustine '67 Mary E. Avery B Ba Ba April, Bob and Amy Bahruth Robert Bahruth '68 Mr. and Mrs. William Bald Rose and John Baldino Ceil Baldwin Mrs. Barbara Balint Mr. and Mrs. Balistreri Mr. and Mrs. John Ballek John Ballek, Jr. Mrs. Michael Bandus Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Banks Clive Bannister Mrs. Antoinette M. Baratta Barbara and Harold Barbara and Joey '67 Barbara and Memory '67 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barger Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barratta Wayne Barry Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Batter Beautiful Louise Bob Becker Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Anthony Bellino, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bellino Mrs. Alice Belluscia Bill Bergen 188 Mr. Ken Bergen Mr. and Mrs. William Berrey Timmy Berry Mr. and Mrs. William Berry Mrs. Bethea Betty and Al B. G. and Cathy Bill Bill '66 Bill '68 Bill and Janet '66 Bill and Mary Bill and Sue Bill Nuti Five Edith Biro Florence Biro '61 Dorothy A. Bitetto Mrs. Rosemarie Bitetto Mr. and Mrs. John Bitow Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bitow Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Black Rosetta D. Blake The Blauer Children Mr. Bleeke Blondie "Blue Teddy" the "Aussie" Bob and Louise Bob and Melanie Bob and Meyer R.A.H.S. Bob, Guy, Pat, Rich—J.P.S. Bob Myer Pam Bodnar Mr. and Mrs. H. Wesley Bogle Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Boland, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Boland, Jr. Jerry, Donna, and Scott Boland Mr. William C. Boland Mr. and Mrs. Bonaros Bonnie and Kenny Mr. Bopp Roger Borg Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Borowski Boy and Girl Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Boyde Brandy of York The Breden Family Mrs. B. G. Breitkopf Mr. and Mrs. Victor Breiton Brenda '70 Mrs. Bridges Steve Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Barry Brodsky Sandie Brogna Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brookes Bill Brown Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Brown Mr. Lewis Brown Mrs. Ora A. Brown Harold Brownfield '66 Mr. and Mrs. D. Bruhn Robert L. BryantB. T. and M. G. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Buchko and Son Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Buchman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Buchner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Buck, Jr. Debbie Buckelew Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Budnar Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Budsock Ron Budsock Bumper and Chris Anita Buonerba Mr. and Mrs. T. Burdash D. Burns Family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buscaino Mrs. Teresa Buskirk Kathy Buskirk S.P.H.S. '66 C Mrs. Cal Mr. and Mrs. J. Calandruccio Mr. and Mrs. David Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Campbell Gerald Caprio Mr. and Mrs. S. Caputo The Caputo's Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cardaneo Carmela and Ronnie Carol and Denny Carol and Joe Carol and John Carol '67 and Larry '65 Carol and Russ Carole and Richy '67 Mr. and Mrs. H. Carrado Kathy Carrado Lee Carter John A. Casale, Sr. Elizabeth M. Casey James B. Casey Meltha B. Casey Robert D. Casey Shaun D. Casey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cassino Richard Catina Felix Cavaliere and Dino Danelli Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Cavico Jeffrey Cavico Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cavico Mr. and Mrs. Stephan A. Cavico Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Cerrato Dr. and Mrs. Carl Chaityn Mr. and Mrs. Paul Champino Mrs. Helene Cheke Miss Shirley Cheke '65 Mr. and Mrs. John Chepek "Chester" J. Chet and Pat Chet's Sunoco Mr. and Mrs. James Chierchie Mrs. S. Chisholm Chris and Bill Chuck and Barbara '67 Larry Cicariello Sal Ciminaro Cindy '75 Civikiinski Painting Ann Clark Mr. and Mrs. Lynford Clark Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Closs Carl J. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. S. Cobb Mrs. Agnes Coco Pat Coco Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cocozza Mrs. Mary Colaiocia The Coleman Family Colleen and Felix Katherine and Rose Collette David and Cathy Colletto Mr. and Mrs. James Colletto’ Mr. and Mrs. Comerforo Grace Conforti Rose Conforti Tom Conforti Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Connolly and Son Pat Conrad Patricia Conrad Cookie and Paul Mr. Gerard Cooney Mr. Paul Cooney Mrs. S. C. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Corcoran Josephine Cordell Agnes Cosimano Mr. and Mrs. Costello Adora Coyle '66 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cranden Ichabod Crane '67 The Cross Country Team Mr. and Mrs. J. Cullinane Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Curry and Family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cutter Cynthia and Stash D Mrs. Hannah Dahmer Mr. and Mrs. J. Dailey Mr. and Mrs. A. Dalby Mr. and Mrs. A. D'Alliegro Mr. and Mrs. T. Dalton Mr. Damiani Mr. and Mrs. J. Damiano Dan and Judy '68 Dan and Marge Dana and Steve '66 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danberry Frank Dancsecs Danny and Anne Darlene '66 and Bob '64 Darlene '66 Dave and Laurie '67 The Dave Clark Five Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis T. R. Davis Mrs. W. J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dawicki, Jr. 189Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dawson and Family Robert L. DeCarli Mr. and Mrs. C. De Chirico Mr. and Mrs. R. DeHaines Miss Denise Dellinger G.N. James John Dellinger Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dellinger I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dellinger II Mr. A. DeMary Mrs. Florence DeMary Mr. Robert L. DeMary, Sr. Mrs. De Mers Richard and Joanne De Mers Miss JoAnn DeNigris Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. DeNigris Anna Gifford Dennis Dennis end Bonnie Dennis and Patti forever Mr. and Mrs. R. D'Erasmo The DeRonde Family The 6 D's Kay and Lea DeVincenzo Marge and John DeVincenzo The Dhudes '67 Di Antonio Family Joseph Diccianni Susan Diccianni Mr. and Mrs. Gray Dietue Mr. and Mrs. Albert piGiovanni Jean and Guido DiGiovanni Sal DiModica Mr. DiNardo's 3rd Period Algebra II Mr. and Mrs. James DiNardo Frank DiSilvestro Mom Dixon Miss Johanna Doble Mr. Anthony D'Oliveria Mrs. Stephanine D'Oliveira Donna and Bill Donna and Dave '67 Donna and Mike Mr. and Mrs. John D'Orazio Doris, Anne and Jimmy Compliments of Doug B. Donald Dougherty Wm. Drexler Columbia Drilock Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Drobach Mr. and Mrs. R. Droppa Mr. Albin Dudas Roger F. Dunham Walter T. Durbin E Ed and Marge Eddie and Lyn Eddie and Sharyn '67 Ellen '66 Linda Eichert Mrs. R. Eickenhusk Mr. and Mrs. J. Emerich Mr. and Mrs. Gary Emrich Mr. and Mrs. J. Evdice 190 F Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fairbanks Dan Falcone Mr. and Mrs. John Falkenhagen J. Faria Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Faupel Aunt Fay Mr. and Mrs. J. Feinberg Ray Feldar Mr. and Mrs. William Fennelly Mr. and Mrs. Clement Ferdinando Finn's Bus Co. Mr. and Mrs. Fiore Mr. Albert Fiorino Mrs. M. Fiorino The Fischers The Fisher 4 Queens and I King The Fishmans Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. E. Fitzgerald Mr. T. Fitzgerald Gladys Fitzsimmons Jim Fitzsimmons Margie and Russell Fleagle Pat Flemetakis, '66 Marguerite S. Flock Florence and Lou Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Formolo Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel R. Forner Mr. and Mrs. H. Franey Frank and Carol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frankel and Family Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. K. Franz Anthony Fresnedo Walt, Dottie, and Jimmy Friedle A Friend Friends of '64 and '65 Carol Fry Stanley and Suzie Funicelli Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Furst Mrs. Ruby Fushs G Mr. and Mrs. A. Gagliani Thomas J. Gaito Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gandarillas Frankie Garbolino Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Garcia Gary and Nora Maria Gaspari Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gazire Teresa Gazire Mr. and Mrs. William Geiler Jeffrey and Michael Geist Mrs. J. Genova Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Genser Frank Gentile Mr. and Mrs. Daniel George Deanna George '63 George, Hazel, and George, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lou GeresyMelva Gerhard The Gerhard Family The Germs Al Gernandt Gerry and Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. N. Gerson and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilbert James Gillingham Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Girnas Ray Gnatt Mr. and Mrs. John Golden Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldin Good Lucic Class of '67 Mrs. Shirley Goodman Mrs. Jennie Gorski Mrs. James Governale Rich Governale Mrs. C. McGorvin Mrs. Mary Gowen Barbara Grabosky Bill Grabosky W. Grabosky Grace and Ken Mr. and Mrs. E. Grainer Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grainer Great Eastern Shoe Department Mr. and Mrs. William Greer Mr. Steve Gribble Mrs. Susan Gross Mr. and Mrs. Grzywinski Mr. and Mrs. L. Guastella Mr. Paul Gubik Augusta Guckenberger Dawn Gucwa Ann Gueruero Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Gulyas Walter Gumbinger Compliments of Mr. Gussis Mr. David Guttshall Carl Guy and Catherine Baratta H Mrs. Haase Char Haddock Miss Grace Haher Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hall The Halsey Family Linda and Cecil Hamilton Peggy Hamilton '66 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton Dorothy Hamm Mrs. Hancock Mrs. Mary H. Hannigan George William Hansen Al Hanzel Kenny Harned '65 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harned, Sr. Al Harrigan Debbie and Nancy Harrigan Bonnie Harris Harry and Donna '65 Harry’s TV Dr. and Mrs. Hart Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hart John J. and Dianne C. Hart Pfc. Robert A. Hart '65 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Hausler Eileen Havens '63 Peggy Heise Mr. and Mrs. Heitmann The' 2 Helens Congratulations to our daughter Helene Mr. and Mrs. Heller and Family Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson and Family Mr. and Mrs. D. Henry Miss M. Heromin Mr. and Mrs. H. Hershkowitz Mrs. W. Hibbard Mary Beth, Patrick and Brian Higgins Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hill Larry Hill A P Mrs. Kathryn Hiske Mr. and Mrs. B. Hobbs Mrs. Edward Hodgetts Mr. and Mrs. William Hofer Doreen Hoffman Mom and Dad Hoffman John, Joni, and Jimmy Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hoffman Susie and Sharon Hoffman Ho, Ho, Ho, from the Jolly Green Giant Mr. and Mrs. S. Hohjinger Home Decor Alexander Homer Nancy and Delaware Hood Mr. James Horan Mr. Robert Horton Don Howard Susan Howe Frank Hughes William S. Hughes Mrs. Robert Hulse Engelbert Humperdinkt Roseann Humphrey J. Huxel H. W. Forever Chris Mr. and Mrs. R. Hyde Scott Hye Arintha Hyle Hy-Park Superette I Mr. and Mrs. lacouzze Ilona "66" Ilona and Tom Inky Mr. and Mrs. Harry Insabella Mr. and Mrs. A. Isizarry J Jackie '67 Mom and Dad Jancsek Janet and Vic Frank W. Janiec and Family Feofil Janiec and Family 191W. Jeduel and Mary Jeff '68 Jennie and Alice Jennylynn Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Jil and Art Jim and Joan Jimmy and Janice Jim C. '67 Joan and Joe Joann and Andy (Woodbridge) '67 Joe and Lin '66 Joe Romer Trophy League John, Joe, Donnie Johnny and Seri Yvonne C. Johnson Mr. Clarence Jolly Mrs. Helen Jones Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Jones Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones Gihon Jordan Josh '67 Judy and Steve Irene and Ned Julian Julie and Marilyn, the two chemists Jade Jurissen K Mr. and Mrs. U. Kallcanis Kal’s Mr. Peter Kaltenborn Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kapcsandi Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kapcsandi Mr. and Mrs. Louis John Kapler Louis John Kapler, Jr. Joseph Karcich II Karen and Sam Mr. and Mrs. J. Karpovich The Kastoclc Family Kathy '67 J. Kavanagh and Family Joe Kazimir Jerry Keane Mike Kearns Bob and Terry Keck Susan and Jimmy Keck Mr. and Mrs. H. Keenan Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Keene Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. 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