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KEDISON TOWNSHIP WISH SCHOOL
EDISON, NEW JERSEYPOR£WORJD
Charlie Brown has a timeless philosophy. Through
simple, child like statements and actions he and his
friends convey deep, universal truths. Their words
reveal at once the wisdom of experience and the naive-
te of youth.
Rebellious and individualistic minds are able to read
into Peanuts’ words, ideals which harmonize with their
own. They realize the seriousness of these years, yet
have the ability to laugh at their own awkwardness.
In the pages that follow Charlie Brown and his Crew
will help us to remember the diverse experiences we
have shared in these past years. We, trailing close be-
hind the Crew, acknowledge the true meaning of what
Happiness Is . . .67812AW MATER
Dear Alma Mater, hear us as we lift our voice in song.
To pay our tribute to the school we’ll love forever long.
Inside the classroom, on the field, success we won’t deny
We praise thee and we’ll always honor our dear Edison High.
So Hail Alma Mater; shine bright O’ Red and Gold
Thy precepts we’ll cherish, throughout the many years untold.
And when we join thy sons and daughters this is what we’ll sigh,
We’ll e’er remember all you’ve taught us.
Hail to Edison High.
words 1))' Winston Hughes
music by Frederick whitman
... to Charles A. Boyle, former
principal of Edison Township High
School, who led us loyally in many
ways and enriched our high school
life through confidence, ability,
and enthusiasm. . . as Peanuts
might say: “You’re a good man,
The graduating class of 1968,
with appreciation and gratitude,
dedicates this year’s Talon to one
who merits our deep admiration
16A.BOARD OF EDUCATION
RICHARD W. JACO
JOSEPH M. RUGGIERI
CHARLES A. BOYI.E
L to R: Herbert Mathiason; John J. Chizmadia; Joseph M. Ruggicri, Superintendent; Stewart
A. Schodcr, President; John J. Anderson, Vice President; TTiomas J. McEvoy, Secretary;
Arthur W. Price; John TTiomas, Assistant Secretary.AD UfNfSTRAnON
DR. JOSEPH A. KRESKEY
Increasing numbers of responsible American citizens are
speaking out with concern regarding the need for high quality
education. We are reminded that the strength and vitality of
a free society depend on the quality of the people and we
know that such quality is the result of more than inheritance
and home environment; it is as well the result of education.
Traditionally, graduation from high school signifies the
completion of one’s basic educational programs. Yet, whether
you pursue some form of higher education or move directly
into the world of work, you will soon realize that the concept
can no longer be accepted that a person has acquired in his
first eighteen years or so the education he needs for a lifetime.
The increasing demands and opportunities of our scientific
and technological society—a society characterized by an
accelerating rate of change make obsolete such a concept.
Today, graduates from high school must expect to face a
lifetime of continuing education—They must be prepared to
cope with such challenges as learning new vocational and
professional skills several times during their lifetime. They
must accept the challenge to utilize fully their intellectual
capacities in a never ending search for new and more satisfac-
tory solutions to the problems which beset mankind—In short,
high school graduates must keep abreast of our changing
world so that we remain its master and not become its slave.
As you complete your high school education, then, I
sincerely hope that each of you have cultivated a receptivity
to change and have accepted the concept that lifelong learning
is the most important implication of our modern-day society
C. JOSEPH MASSER
Rutgers University, M.S.
Monmouth College, B.S.
Paterson State College, B.A.
ANDREW BROWN VINCENT J. CAPRARO
Grambling College, B.S. Upsala College. M.A.
Georgian Court College, A.B.JULES DAMIANI
Salem College, A.B.
PETER CAMPBELL, Chairman
Rutgers University, M.Ed.
George Washington University, M.A.Ed.
Kings College, A.B.
Trenton State College, B.A.
Douglass College, B.A.
Columbia University, M.A.
MAC FARLAND SHACKELFORD
College of William and Mary, B.S. 21
FRED R. KUZMA
Newark State College, B.A.
Fordham University, B.S.
Bloomfield College, B.A.
State College, Bloomsburg, B.S.
PAUL NUZZO, Acting Chairman
University of Western Kentucky, B.S.
Rutgers University, Ed.M.
ALBERT P. KLEIN
Trenton State College, B.A.SOCIAL STUDIES
ROBERT W. WIMMER
Scion Hall University, A.B.
Douglass College, B.A.
CLARENCE JOLLY. JR.
Knoxville College, A.B.
JAMES O LEARY
Duke University, A.B.
Wavnesburg College, B.A.
william h. Morrz
Muhlenberg College, Ph.B.
ROBERT PATSK A NICK
Rutgers University, M.Ed.PMVgfCAL EDUCATION
EDWARI) J. PRIMKA
Rutgers University, M.Ed., Adm.
West Chester State College, B.S.
KENNETH A. CARKHUFF JR.
Rutgers University, B.S.
OLLIE E. SMITH, Chairman
Rutgers University, M.Ed.
ELIZABETH W. KERR
West Chester State College, B.S.
PENELOPE M. AULD
Slippery Rock State College, B.S.
FRANKIE REDD. Trainer
Rutgers University, B.S.
Trenton State College, B.S.
Jersey City State College, R.N., B.S.
Boston University, Ed.M.FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Wagner College, B.A.
St. Peter's College, A.B.
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Middlebury College, M.A.
ANNE CHERNICK, B.A.
University of Manitoba
Queens College, B.A.
HELEN KOLB AY
German Charles University, Prague, Ph.D.
Douglass College, M.Ed.
New York University, B.S.
Montclair State College, B.A.
Douglass College, A.B.
JACK COLEMAN, Chairman
Rutgers University, Ed.M.
Rutgers University, Ed.M.
SUSAN H. GROSS
Montclair State College, M.A.
RODNEY J. LEVENDUSK1 AWN! ATTIYAII
Jersey City State College, B.A. New York Institute of Teclinology,
M A RG A R ET C A LA MONERI
Seton Hall University, M.A.
Adelphi College, B.S.
FRANK TAMN, Chairman
Montclair State College, M.A.
Montclair State College, B.A.
DAISY C. RUSSELL
Le Moyne College, B.S.
GRANT W. PURSELL
Rutgers University, B.A.
ROBERT R. THOMPSON, JR.
Texas A and I College, B.A.
St. John’s University, B.S.
WILLIAM A. JACOBSON
New York University. B.A.E,MATHEWICC
Jersey City State College, B.A.
California State College, ILS.
CEORCE WILLISTON, Chairman
Montclair State College, M.Ed.
Trenton State College, B.A.
State University of New York
at Stony Brook, B.S.
Monmouth College, B.S.
Rutgers University, M.Ed.
Trenton State College, B.A.
Montclair State College, B.A.
Trenton State College, B.A.
ELLEN T. DONAHAY.
Home Ec. Chairman
Rutgers University, Ed.M.
Trenton State College, B.A.
Cornell University, B.S.
New York University, B.S.
Newark State College
Newark State College, B.A.
Misericordia College, B.S.
KATHLEEN S. MARTIN
Salve Regina College, A.B.
Newark State CollegeRElATtD ARTS
Newark Stale College, B.A.
BUENA ROSENBLOOM, Librarian
Douglass College, B5..
CAROL FRY, Librarian
LAWRENCE A. WHITE
Newark State College, B.S.
WINSTON HUGHES, Chairman
Trenton State College, M.A.
Montclair Stale College, B.A. BERNARD STARK
Columbia University, M.A.
RUTH C. OESE
State University of New York, B.S.BUSINESS
Trenton State College, B.S.
St. Paul’s College, B.S.
Grove City College, B.S.
Rider College, Ed.M.
Immaculata College, B.S.
Trenton State College, B.A.
MARY JANE CYRUS
Montclair State College, B.A.
LORETTA LEE CLEMENS
Rutgers University, M.A.
ROBERT POST, Chairman
Rutgers University, Ed.M.GUIDANCE
Wagner College, B.A.
Rutgers University. B.S.
STEPHEN ACHAVES, M.Ed.
Guidance Director DONALD FLOR
Trade and Industrial Coordinator
Rutgers University, M.Ed.
CHARLES SCHWEITZER. M.A.
Director of Adult Education
RUSSELL WALLACE. M.Ed.
DR. CHARLES CANDEK
DR. JOHN R. OROS
School PsychologistNot Pictured:
CONCETTA DECARO, B.A.
ANGELA M. SANSOTERA
MARION A. YASENCHAK
Co-operative Office Education Coordinator
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VP (S4 «)SAM CHARLES ABATE
“Sam” ... first work, then service ...
Yea, drags; down with Fords ... good
times—money helps ... a little lazy,
hut always happy.
Find "Ed" in "deep misery” at lunch-
time ... wide variety of interests ...
on to a higher education ... Won’t
somebody fix the clocks?
PAUL SHAFFICK ALESSI
“Shaff” ... believer in his fellow man
... “a credit to life” as an X-ray tech-
nician ... can’t get enough of football
and cycles ... “Have a heart!”
JOHN JOSEPH ALVATOR
Considerate, cheerful ... success means
a lot ... sports fill spare time ...
major in math or the sciences ...
WILLIAM JOSEPH AMITY
“Bill” ... loves baseball and football
... 10th grade gym class ... easy to
get along with ... longs for a well-
paying job ... “Oh, those Sunday
LINDA JEAN ANDERSON
What a junior year! ... likes people
... horseback riding a favorite ac-
tivity ... a smile for everyone ...
ROBERT FRANCIS ANDERSON
“Andy” ... dislikes dictatorship ...
favorite announcement—“I’m sorry to in-
terrupt, but ...” wrestling team '68
... fun-loving ... live life and achieve
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"Beetle” ... Service probable in the
days to come ... always willing to
learn ... “I don’t know” ... believes
in doing what you enjoy.
ROBERT ERWIN BAHRUTH
“Bob” ... engineering field ... happy-
go-lucky ... a friend to all ... ex-
pert marksman ... Where is 12-15?
... Yea, T-Birds! ... happiness—suc-
A regular guy ... “All right, what’s
going on here?” ... college in the fu-
ture ... cherished memories of Senior
Prom ... friends, friends, friends.
JOSEPH J. AUGUSTINE
“Augie" ... sleek dancer ... hates
phonies ... sincere is what he is ...
“Hey Muff!” ... remember Mr. Har-
ris’s Electronics class.
“Don” ... Army khaki probably to
come ... Why isn’t there more school
spirit? ... charm and personality ...
a welcome addition to ETHS.
THEODORE J. AYOTTE
“Ted” ... “Get serious,” (Him)? ...
handsome, blond basketball star ... dis-
gusted with people who have the
ability but don’t go out for sports ...
“Beat Stevens (Sigh.)’’
CECILIA ELLEN BALDWIN
“Ceil” ... plans to educate young minds
... psychology, sewing and writing little
poems ... unpredictable and sincere
... hopes to find true happiness ...
“Spike" ... happy and smil-
ing sports enthusiast ... loves
those ETHS games ... will
always cherish the memory' of
the JPS defeat ... on to work.
“Al” ... a sense of humor to
keep everyone laughing ... enjoys
sewing ... college definite hut
career undecided ... phonics don’t
rate—friends do ... “yeah, right!”
REYNOLD LEO BAUER
“Duke" ... enjoys getting away
from it all ... dislikes people
who say one thing and do the
opposite ... accomplishment of
ideals ... plans on becoming a
“Richie” ... drums, drums,
drums ... hates those early
morning school hours ... mu-
sic and girls rate ... “always
on the go."
LINDA LOUISE BEA
“Lin" ... full lime worker in
FHA ... math wiz ... always
friendly and happy ... lively man-
ager of the soccer team ... “Boy!”
“Alex” ... spends most of
his time with the guys at
T.K.’s ... also found on the
pitcher's mound ... hates
phonies ... "What arc you,
38'AREN DENISE BOGNAR
“Bog" ... loves that sandy
beach ... hopes of entering
IBM school ... sports rate
high ... two-faced people—
her pet peeve.
STANLEY A. BLEKICKI
“Gleason" ... plans a career
as a commercial artist ...
“What do you call this?” ...
flat tires on Sundays arc out
... enthusiastic spectator at
“Bo” ... campus life coming ...
involvement in sports is great ...
basketball is tops ... quiet, unpre-
dictable, a sense of humor.
“Duil" ... what a riot lunch used
to be! ... Honda man ... inter-
mural basketball was fun
what's too much is too much ...
happy-go-lucky ... to be a legal
DOROTHY JEAN BOLDUC
"Dot” ... active member of the
Academy of Science ... synchron-
ized swimmer ... foresees a sec-
retarial career ... honest ... can't
forget Chem with Mr. Levenduski
... “Would you believe?” ... hap-
piness is all.
JOSEPH DAVID BOLES
unique in all his endeavors
... Guidance will be lost with-
out Joe ... "Fact is merely
your opinion of the truth.”
DIANE BOR BELY
“Dee” ... believes people should
try to be happy ... looking for-
ward to a health career in the
Navy ... on active and enthusias-
Never gets a close parking space ...
“Sorry ’bout that!”, “Pat” ... a hostess
in the clouds ... remembers Mrs.
Cross's homeroom ... Live for today!
AILENE NORA BROWN
Always time for cooking and eating ...
“If you’re gonna brag, stay out of near-
ing distance” advises this glib future
newscaster ... makes a hobby of writing
letters to newspapers and magazines
... “You know?”
DAVID M. BOWEN
“Dave” ... a good job means a good
life ... fills his spare time with boat-
ing ... joining the Navy is probable.
RICKY ALAN BROWN
“Rick” ... Lights out, Curtain up! ...
industrial college to follow an unfor-
gettable senior year ... rarely seen
without his camera ... “Oh, come on!"
JANET HELEN BOYCE
“Jan” ... horseback riding and sailing
... loyalty, honesty, and efficiency arc
keys to a “great” and happy life ...
DONNA M. BROWrNING
“Giggles" ... the world of business
awaits this friendly and exciting sen-
ior ... bowling, painting, and fixing
cars ... “Hello dere!”
Professional hair styling is her ambi-
tion ... dancing, horseback riding, sew-
ing, bowling ... down with long-
haired boys! ... a sense of humor ...
ROBERT PAUL BRUNO
"Bob" ... all around sportsman ...
accounting to follow college ... “What’s
happening?" ... hates slow walkers ...
loves being a teenager.ROBERT RICHARD BRYK
“Boh" ... machinist apprentice ...
smooth and dependable ... like car
hut can't take those crazy drivers.
DAVID BRUCE BRUSKIN
“Dave” ... campus life awaits ...
“Hey Ace” ... loves to snow ski and
play soccer ... will always remember
That’s it Ralph, catch the pass! ...
Wow! That first victory over the Hawk!
... school spirited and athletically
minded ... definite about obtaining
“Bob" ... a guy with great manners
. “The Meadow Lark Lemon” enjoys
“Pam” ... college awaits this drill team
captain ... full of pep ... active in
sports and GAA ... success and
happiness mean most in life ... 12-15
in the Soph Hall?
MARK RICHARD BULLOCK
Conservative Mark ... liberalism is
his pet peeve ... holds special in-
terests in history and politic ... free-
dom is essential in life ... college or
“Pat" ... plans for IBM school ...
horseback riding fills spare time ...
against prejudice and those who “think
they know it all” ... otherwise friendli-
ness is the word.
“Sue" ... E.T.H.S. Itand member ...
graduation will leave fond memories
... happiness is going out with friends.
Chic styles with a comb ... found out
with the gang ... participation in
school plays ... petite ... talkative
... “Oh, really?" ... can't stand com-
"Peggy" ... future kindergarten teach-
er ... will always remember Mom
Cal's prom and the fun she had with
the band ... actress only on the stage
... "Just a minute.”
JOHN ANTHONY CANAVERA
“John" ... army seems to be a promi-
nent element in the future ... believes
in having an aim in life and a sense
of humor ... tennis enthusiast ...
fun-loving ... “Groovy!" ... fond
memories of graduation.
“Shirl" ... love of children prompts a
career in teaching ... football and
basketball games rate high ... happy-go-
lucky ... cherished friendships from
high school days ... a senior home-
room in sophomore hall?
BARBARA CANTA MESSA
"Barb" ... Cross Country manager ...
sewing occupies spare time ... sweet
and shy ... self-centered people don’t
go! ... "Oh, now what did I do?"
WILLIAM R .CALDWELL
"Bill" ... easy going, fun-loving guy
... life on campus ... "You’re kid-
ding" ... annoyed by alphabetical ar-
rangements ... loves basketball ... ded-
icated Key Club member ... set your
goal and then work.
12-15 in the Sophomore hall? ... busi-
ness world in the future ... likes danc-
ing ... slightly stubborn ... “What’s
happening?” ... always prompt ...
Live life to its full advantage!
“Ray” ... true believer in peace ...
cherished memories of Mom Cal’s chcm.
class ... looks for the best in people
... interested in modern art ... “Rats!”
A secretary in an airline office ...
“Oh boy" ... from cheering to Talon
copy editor to soccer management ...
Hey, Carol what’s next? ... hates get-
ting up in the morning ... happiness
is talking to all sorts of people.
“Kathy” has a tin ear for sour notes
... she’ll be a local collegiate student
... always time for: chemistry, year-
book staff, horseback riding, and swim-
ming ... “Anyone want a coke?”
MICHAEL LOUIS CASTELLUCCI
“Cass” ... fun-loving guy with a laugh
that’s gotta go ... football and records
... honest and sincere ... doesn’t like
to wait on lines ... “Beat Stevens!” ...
“What the heck!”
The business field for “Barb” ... lively
swimmer and skater ... her policy-
mind your own business ... “Right!”
... "Love, happiness, and peace of
THERESA ANN CATALANO
•Terry" ... business school awaits ...
bossy people are out ... oh those sad
eyes! ... going out with friends is
“Sue” ... campus life next ... dis-
taste for disobedience ... skiing, swim-
ming, bowling, and tennis ... happy-
go-lucky ... hard worker ... “Oh,
dear!" ... “A true friendship is some-
thing to be cherished".
Sing it out “Daffy” ... armed
services before college ...
“easy goin "... guy holds no
grudges, has no peeves ...
“Bill” is silenced when publicly
addressed ... cafeteria time again!
... weekends filled with friends,
surfing, and motorcycles
achievement of all endeavors.
“Patti” ... Annie Oakley with a
baton ... horseback riding is a
favorite ... she will find real hap-
piness and will have the ability
to know what it is.
Put forth your best in any-
thing and everything ... mod-
esty and sincerity arc traits
to be proud of ... enthused
about all sports ... “Oh real-
ly!” ... ease up in the
“Trudy” ... hates getting
up early ... “I don’t believe
it” ... being with friends
makes her happy ... success
Quick-acting “Bob" ... spirit-
ed sprinter ... hard working
to the end ... Oh no, not
detention again! ... living is
important to life—“What?"
WILLIAM THOMAS CRISS
“Buddy" ... sports broadcasting
in the future ... basketball is
tops ... “Yea, I know!” ...
cheerful, friendly ... 8:13 is defi-
nitely too early for school to start!
44MELINDA MARY DEI.AHUNTY
“Mel" ... journalist-to-be ...
lunch time discussions urc great
... “Good Grief!” ... always busy
... worker-plus for the Engle
and senior class.
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“Rich" ... hopes for a future
as a jet mechanic ... hates
naggy people ... “0. K.
Chief!" ... to join the Navy.
“Shrilly" ... future teacher ...
“N’cst-cc pas?” ... dislikes people
without school spirit.
GREGORY PAUL DE SANTIS
“Boss Man" ... very shrewd when
it comes to money ... a touch of
mischief ... will “cook” up a re-
warding future ... likes to take
"Pat” ... ambitious senior
class pres. ... dedicated work-
er ... home cc. major ... will
never forget the junior prom
... understanding and con-
siderate ... “You’re kidding.”
SUSAN LINDA DILLON
“Susie” ... tries to look on
the bright side of things ...
great freshman year ... eques-
trian ... “It’s appreciated.”
FRED W. DOBBS, JR.
Navy or Army? ... holds high
the memories of graduation and the
senior prom ... works on cars ...
9th and 10th grade football were
great for “Fearless Fred”.
“Kat" ... always smiling ... loves to
sing ... enjoys swimming, dancing ...
memories of Sophomore math ... always
a helping hand.
MICHAEL J. DOTSKO
“Mike” ... accounting and law ahead
... active member of the Key Club
... “reprieved by fate” ... industrious
... enjoys reading and chess ... con-
siders truth most important in life.
EUGENE DODA JR.
“Gene” ... nothing beats those week-
ends ... dislikes lengthy school days
... plans to go to college and lead
an exciting life ... “Get out of here!”
GEORGE DENNIS DOW
Entrance in college as a major in en-
gineering ... Varsity Club trackster
... self-righteous phonies arc intol-
erable! ... reach for your goals ...
“Ace" ... dislikes waking up at 7:0O
A.M. for school ...•“What’s that?” ...
carefree, trustworthy ... seen on the
soccer field using his head.
VIRGINIA M. DOWD
Cood natured “Ginny" ... more desk
work coming as a receptionist ... spec-
tator of baseball and basketball ...
get a good education and live happy.
EDITH JANE DOYON
“Edic” ... will teach secondary school
math ... cheerful ... sings all the time
... dislikes phonics ... “Set a goal
and work toward it” ... “Oh, well!”
Future: What will be, will be ... “Ben"
figures: "Why should I exert myself?”
... exception when it comes to having
a good time ... has a winning smile.
“Kathi" ... always do what you want
to ... shuns disrespectable and cynical
people ... creative writing is her spe-
cialty ... “Yea, right?” ... Eagle co-
LINDA ELLEN DUERR
To teach dancing school ... great sense
of humor ... believes freedom is most
important in life ... “Would you be-
“Have fun while you can” ... a work-
ing man’s fill-in for leisure ... “Frank-
ie” holds like feelings of 12-15 loca-
tion ... Edison vs. J.P.S.—VICTORY
... censor worthless comments.
“Moc” ... can be tracked down watch-
ing the races or at a pool table ...
work and travel, backed up by Uncle
Sam ... will enjoy a good life ... “Get
HALVOR J. EC ELAND
“Hal” ... gullible ... always on the
sports scene ... Fore! ... hates unusu-
ally long hair ... success is indubitably
the most important thing in life.
PAMELA ANN ERDO
“Erdo” ... one, two. three, four ...
carries the stars and stripes ... en-
joys sewing and swimming ... “Aw,
LINDA SUSAN FAAS
“Fossil” ... secretary for a title search-
er ... in many sports ... color guard
... a friendly smile to brighten your
day ... '68 Queen of Hearts.
DONNA M. FABIAN
A career in journalism ... active Eagle
staff member ... enjoys just being
with people ... distinctive personality
... avid sjwrts fan ... good listener.
“Diz" ... bothered by phonics ...
tops in horseback riding and swimming
... bubbly and loyal friend ... “Real-
ly” ... new to our halls.
GERARD JOSEPH FATJO
Drag racing tops “Jerry’s” activity list
... a “Ford lover" ... 3:15—what bliss!
... and no more detention
MARY ANN FIFICK
“Oh dear" ... great success requires
great effort ... chemistry major ...
quiet until you get to know her.
Science and math—a distasteful combi-
nation for “Tom" ... will choose be-
tween college and the service ... “be-
come successful at whatever you do."
“Lin" ... A field in fashion designing
in the future ... inactive seniors bug
her ... will cherish memories of sing-
ing at graduation ... likes to get ac-
quainted with people she doesn’t know
... Her future is most important.
“Chuck” ... will don Navy Blues ...
needs more time for school socializing
... fishing and hunting ... happy-go-
lucky ... reliable ... generous.
Flics high for the Eagles ... always a
smile ... hates those: narrow-minded
people ... “Be good at what you really
want to do.”
"T.C." ... The day she gets her “bike”
will bring her satisfaction ... unpredic-
table chick ... digs those cool goatees
... life is an undecided fact.
CEORCEANNE MARIE FISNE
“Little George” ... always smiling ...
“Okay” ... horseback riding rates high
... too little time between too long
JOSEPH MICHAEL FRANEY
“Joe" ... a little guy with a big per-
sonality ... a smile and a friendly word
for everyone ... will charge the future
—electrically, that is.
“Frcnchic" ... a mechancial future ...
hates getting up in the morning ...
aversion to school and teachers.
ALFRED M. FOX
“Butch" ... printing will be his line
... modest and dependable ... golf
and bowling rate high ... “woopecdoo”
... fond memories of History I ...
pet peeve—short hair.
JAMES NICHOLAS FURST
“Nick” ... college bound ... football
is his game ... wrestling a favorite
... happy ... “Go away” ... considers
living it up the ultimate.
“Jilly” ... all smiles ... IBM
school is her ambition ...
what a great junior year! ...
two-faced people, ugh! ...
“Hey Jake, I don't wanna
PATRICIA RITA GALINDO
“Treeia" ... chatter-chatter ...
always happy ... a warm heart for
little children ... Pep Club really
aroused her spirits.
“Jo's" next stop: college ... an
avid stuffed animal collector ...
“For cryin out loud!” ... bike
hikes are such fun ... take one
day at a time.
LINDA ANN GARDUS
“Carte” ... always on the
go ... on to Katherine Gibbs
... happy and friendly ...
can be found at all the games
and meets ... manager of
cross country team.
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ANNA LOUISE GAVE
Plans to be a marine scientist with
a medical degree ... enjoys music
and dramatics ... good listener ...
will cherish all the friends made
in school. SI
"Mai” ... full of school spirit
... can be seen at football
games ... hopes to work as
a clerical assistant ... swim-
ming and dancing rate high
with this “nutty” senior.
Always smiling and full of
fun ... dislikes rude people
... laugh at your mistakes
... will never forget the first
day at ETHS ... “You’ve
gotta be kidsling!”
“Don" ... to be an auto mechanic
is his desire ... “Ya wanna walk?”
... loves driving but—oh, how he
hates to study.
“Rich” ... Insights enthusiast ...
aspirations in dramatic writing ...
heady? ... always maintain free-
dom of the individual.
THOMAS F. GENOVA
“Tom” ... considers being
honest with yourself import-
ant in life ... kicks from
Key Club, camping, and Ker-
rigan's class ... “slow a
“Frank" ... counselor at law
... quiet type ... makes the
drag racing scene ... most
important element in life?—
girls of course!
CLAIRE MARIA GILLEN
“That’s life” ... and make the
most of every moment ... confus-
ing fun of finding classes ... likes
to skate ... unpredictable ...
a welcome addition to our halls.
KAREN L. GINTER
Campus life ... “Kar” steers away
from conceited people ... Senior
Prom ... “hip” to football games
and partying ... a happy life is
‘Taffy" ... a creative writer
... college to follow, of course
... “Well, thanks a lot!” ...
grouchy people arc s-o-o-o de-
pressing !! ... why can’t we
all laugh when things are
WILLIAM G. GODFREY
beats out a rhythmic tunc ...
salute to the Air Force ...
“The Hawk is Dead!”
THOMAS W. GOLDEN
“Looks like trouble!” ... a reli-
able Key Clubber ... “Tom" looks
forward to the world of medicine
... senior year was a blast! ...
hunting and fishing fill spare hours
... time is of the essence.
51DAVID LEE GOLDSTEIN
“Stein” ... active, ambitious adminis-
trator-to-be ... “Do I need a pass?”
... Key Club is a favorite ... always
striving for success.
RICHARD THOMAS COVERNALE
“Jass” ... disturbed by fast lane slow
pokes ... a long life full of fun ...
“I’ll worry about it tomorrow!” ...
SUSAN CAROL GROCARD
“Little One" ... drag races and danc-
ing take up spare time ... “What seems
to be the major malfunction?” ... bus-
iness college awaits this good-natured
ELYSE MARSHA GOLDSTEIN
“Lisa” ... a dental assistant ... hap-
piness is going to Edison High ...
likes to read and write ... "Oh, real-
ly?" ... down with old-fashioned mu-
“Crab” ... never wastes time ... don’t
be a loudmouth! ... remember out vic-
tories over J.P.S.? ... fabulously so-
ciablc ... “Uptight!”
“Sue” ... wants life to be worthwhile
and complete ... eager correspondent
with those in other countries ... “Oh,
well!” ... aims to be an airline stew-
Consideration and faith open the path
to friendship ... down with upitty
people ... anyone for tennis? ... to
teach little ones.
“Vince” ... dance band enthusiast ...
happiness i Edison football victories
... boating, skiing, motorcycles ...
“Neat!” ... NAVY preceding com-
mercial art school.CHARLES HADLEY
“Chuck” ... wild blue yonder awaits
... E.H.S.’s answer to Arnold Palmer
... wants to understand teachers ...
easy-going, likable senior.
“Hainso” ... campus life ... singing a
favorite ... A Cappella, Kcytoncs and
All State Chorus ... 12-15 in the Soph
hall? ... patient and soft-hearted ...
True friends arc important.
THOMAS JOHN HANNIGAN
Understanding and lovable ... enjoys
drag races ... will always remember
Mr. Levenduski and his chemistry class
... Fords don’t go ... success is im-
portant in “T.J.’s” book.
“Don" ... the clerical field ahead ...
bowling and swimming arc her sports
... easy to get along with ... finds
happiness easy to achieve ... “You’re
Cheerfully carries her school
campus life in the future ...
games a favorite ... likes to help
school and her class ... to achieve
goal is important ... “You’ve got to
EDWARD JOSEPH HACERTY
“Ed" ... friendly ... future phys. cd.
teacher ... athletically inclined—foot-
ball, baseball, basketball, golf ... enjoy
life to the fullest ... “No points—Aw,
shut up" ...
JOYCE ALLYN HANSEN
Avid drill team member ... persistent,
understanding ... “Be honest—especial-
ly with yourself” ... NHS induction
will never be forgotten ... gymnastics
and science arc favorites ... “I don’t
“Hanging around" is “Mike’s" number
one ... Oh, to do what you want and
to be yourself ... a happening—gradua-
tion ... soon headed for the enlistment
College followed by the Air Force ...
enjoys dancing ... annoyed by stu-
dent cliques ... striking sense of humor
. “Arc you kidding?” ... sincerity—
the key to happiness.
RAYMOND T. HANSON
Happy "R.T.” ... good times to be re-
membered ... “He who cuts class has
most fun!"(?) ... carpentry will be
his profession ... freckles—who wants
College and a degree in industrial engi-
neering ... interests held by water ski-
ing and bowling ... avid sports fan
... “Hey little kid!”
Happy, friendly Senior ... Mr. Jolly’s
history classes ... football games ...
“Class of '68 forever!” ... a good edu-
cation ... “What!”
“Kar” ... very, very unpredictable ...
her own rule: "Do onto others as others
would do to you!” ... future as a den-
tal assistant ... “Love that Mustang."
DENNIS KELLY HEDGES
Interests lie on the basketball court
... “How about an interesting class,
for a change?” ... military service
ahead ... ambitious Student Council
54PATRICK MATTHEW HOFFMAN
Communication is important to “Pat"
... plans to enter the field of engi-
neering ... hates those short lunches
... football games will always he cher-
ished ... a punctual Senior ... “I don’t
Beauty school for "Shar" ... loves
the warm sunshine at the beach .
THOMAS JOHN HOOVER
“Hoov” ... always a smile and consid-
eration for all ... takes time for “track
and cross country” ... asks advice of
others ... one of our future physicians
... “ALL RIGHT!”
“Hube” ... individualist ... easy to
get along with ... full of life and
always on the go-go ... “That's tough! ”
... what a homeroom! ... “live and
“Rene” ... sports racing enthusiast ...
happy and sentimental ... “Good
Srief!” ... the ability to forgive ...
h, to make a decision without out-
I.B.M. school to follow graduation ...
12-15 in the Soph hall? ... “You’ve
got to be kidding!” ... great summer
vacation at the shore ... friendly ...
strive for happiness.
“Shar" ... active member of Drill Team
and C.A.A. ... hates being told what
to do ... outgoing ... loves football
and basketball ... future in physical
education ... "That’s true!”
55ROBERT T. HUTCHINSON
“Hutch” ... enjoys music
and sports ... track team oc-
cupies spare time ... future
plans include college and cut-
ting a record.
Plans to be a barber ... always
late ... will cherish memories of
graduation ... reaching his goal
is most important.
RICHARD A. ILLES
“Rich" ... fun-loving guy ...
spends spare time hunting and
fishing ... favors cross country
and riding his motorcycle ... Oh,
those English classes!
“Bonnie” ... college awaits
this observant senior
friendship and good times will
always be cherished
spends her free time working
on Talon or at McDonalds
... "They get away from me.”
“Bernic” ... a steno pad will
replace her notebook ... sing
it out! ... temper, temper ...
roller skating is “0 Tway."
Sincerity a beautiful virtue ...
friends mean a great deal ... “Oh,
yeah!” ... disturbed by two-faced
people ... class of ’68 forever!
CHRISTINE ANN JOHNSON
“George” ... spare time is for rec-
ords from those “good old days”
... life is to be lived to the full-
est ... will be seen at Washington
University studying pre-med ...
“Peace" ... Don’t forget to Kiss
DANIEL M. JONES
Hello up there, “Jonsie!” ...
will serve Uncle Sam ... (?)
... we want a basket, so
“Hang it up!” ... a friendly
smile and a great sense of
56KARLA HELENE JONES
Has that restless feeling—wants to
travel ... likes sewing, skiing,
and sailing ... full of life ... de-
pendable and anxious to help others
... our marching majorette.
“Ro"... “I'm embarrassed"
... shy and quiet ... sews
up a storm ... contemplating
the future ... graduation—a
memory to cherish.
"Lonny" ... college plans
Friends at ETHS will
be forgotten ... Senior
room in Soph, hall? ...
F.H.A. ... honest ... happy-
go-lucky ... “Find Cod’s will
and do it!”
JOSEPH JOHN KAPCSANDI
fcKap” ... enjoys working with
radios ... “Sure!" ... Air Force
before further education ... being
happy and enjoying life means a
The secretarial field is for “Pam”
... seen shopping for records and
clothes ... along with school
came many friends.
"Uutchic” ... school spirit
plus ... found in the stands
or at the clinic ... a million
laughs ... a future in IBM
... look out, gym teachers ...
“Oh, come on!”
LYNNE JOAN KASAS
“Lynne” ... a future in IBM
... will always remember foot-
ball games and plays ...
sports and dancing arc tops
... spirited and happy-go-
MICHAEL P. KEARNS
“Mike-a-do" ... takes it easy ...
favors sleeping but spends his
spare time hunting and fishing
too ... uses comments sparingly
BRUCE W. KENTOS
Mr. Harris’ electronics shop an inspi-
ration to his chosen career ... will
remember room 218 ... one of the
motorcycle set ... fun-loving and care-
KATHLEEN P. KELLY
“Kathy” ... anxiously awaits the 3:15
bell ... possibly beautician work ...
her friends arc her concern ... “Get
what you want out of life.”
THOMAS M. KEMLER
“T.K.” ... charming, suave, and very
funny ... long list of friends ... mo-
torcycle enthusiast ... hates “blabber-
JOANNE DOROTHY KESSLER
“Jody” ... plans to be a secretary
... friendly ... enjoys tennis ...
loves to play the drums ... “How docs
that grab ya?” ... peeved by naggers.
SHARON J. KENT
“Irish" ... versatile ... a career in
marine biology ... will remember A
Cap pel la Choir ... “Oh Colly” ...
understanding people is important in
BEVERLY RUTH KIMELMAN
“Bcv" ... college ahead ... busy,
bubbly band member ... loyalty over
all ... being happy and satisfied with
life is all-important.
JEANNE KATHLEEN KINSELLA
“Jeanie" ... a friendly smile always
... a future in the art world ...
high-stepping color guard ... treasures
thoughts of the Junior Prom ... easy-
going ... “Okidokc”
DALE MARIE KNOERER
Plans for a busy career as a secretary
... quiet and honest ... music lover
... homework gets her down ...
“That's close!”ROBERT M. KOELSCH
“Bob’s" battlefield—a chessboard ... a
"draftsman" at Newark College of En-
gineering this fall ... the different peo-
ple at E.T.H.S. arc harbored in bis
MARLENE ANN KONNYU
Clear the halls! ... “A smile and the
look of happiness.” ... bowling, danc-
ing, and working on school plays keep
her busy ... the business world awaits
... “Hi ya!"
ALLEN JAMES KOLLER
“Al" ... computer programming school
in his future ... will always remember
those chem. lab failures ... detention,
here I come ... hunting and pool are
his favorites ... “I don’t believe it!"
"Koz" ... "More privileges for seniors,"
is this spirited senior’s cry ... future
history teacher ... sports and his guitar
are tops ... stand up for what you
think is right.
JUNE MARIE KOMKIS
Outspoken ... especially in her pen pal
letters ... another case of indigestion
from those short lunches! ... soon some
aspect of hospital work, maybe a nurse.
"Rich" ... fun-loving and full of life
... 'ice hockey a favorite ... respect
is of great importance ... honesty is
his virtue ... "Oh, shucks".
EDWARD J. KRUPA
“Big Ed” ... our all-American boy
... keeps a sense of humor even when
there's no hope ... his school spirit
is beyond all ... "When the going gets
tough—the tough get going,” and that’s
"Dor” ... won’t stand for insincerity
or rudeness ... type away ... still
a little damp from rainy football games
... C lunch ... fulfill ambitions ...
“you can do it.”
59KAREN BETH KWITTER
"Lee" ... happy member of A Cappclla
Gioir ... scientific research in her fu-
ture ... star-gazer ... has a sense of
humor ... but not for people who arc
not turned on to the world.
Cheering at the JPS football game will
always be cherished ... "What a rip?"
... lakes interest in CAA and cheering
... future in physical education ...
friends arc important to her.
WILLIAM E. LAMB
“Bill” ... plans to enter service before
work ... basketball and baseball are
special interests ... graduation will al-
ways l c remembered ... What’s most
important to Bill?—Girls, of course.
BARBARA ANN LAMBACH
“Barb” ... will major in history after
graduation ... easily riled especially
with hypocrites ... this active band
and Talon member holds honesty high
among virtues ... can’t ever forget half-
time ... “So what?”
“Johnny L." ... motorcycles, motorcy-
cles, motorcycles ... can’t wait for
graduation ... seen but not heard ...
adorable blue eyes ... car enthusiast!
LOUIS JOHN LA PLAGA JR.
Anchors aweigh in the Navy ... hap-
piness is a longer lunch period ...
enjoys horseback riding and cars ...
"Try your best.” ... strong believer in
“Ray” ... get the most out of life
... an active member of the Key Club
football ... “I believe”
that call him Schwamm.
60RICHARD A. I.AVECCHIA
"Butch” ... always on time ... an
important future in the printing field
... a good sense of humor makes him
a good sport ... remember Mr. Fixer’s
KAREN SUE LEVY
"Karen" ... enjoys spom but really
digs tennis ... hopes of attending col-
lege after graduation ... sincerity and
honesty are considered commendable ...
will always remember the many friends
she has made.
“Little Lem" ... Big personality ...
history?—“Now, listen buddy!” ...
typed out as a secretary ... clings to
the memory of EHS friendships.
“Barb" ... campus life coming ...
sincere, cheerful, and friendly ... Why
do people try to be what they’re not?
... likes music and the choir ... es-
pecially A Cappclla ... happiness and
fulfillment of dreams.
TED RAYMOND LEWIS
“Luke" ... does what he likes .,.
physical education major ... observant,
uses common sense ... understanding
... likes cute, quiet girls ... friends
made high school pleasant and memor-
JOHN EDWARD LIPICH
“Hercules” ... physical education major
... prejudice doesn’t rale ... face it
as it is! ... individualist ... can be
found at wrestling matches.
Interested in art ... most
back on memories ... "What
is it with these question-
“Jil" ... college bound ... A Cap-
pella Choir ... enthusiastic foot-
ball fan with lots of school spirit
... fun-loving ... "This is true!”
PATRICIA GAIL LOUSE
“Blondie” ... always on the go ...
loves winter sports, roller skating,
and swimming ... ambitious ...
eagerly seeks a challenge ... bas-
ketball games and F.H.A. arc tops
... memories of all “the good
times" at E.T.H.S. ... “Be respect-
ful of others.”
“Mickey” ... always singing
and dancing ... friendly her-
self, she doesn’t like un-
friendly people ... seeks a
good office job ... says she
can put up with anything ...
YVONNE MARIE LUCCA
Business school ... good times
remembered ... "Oh, you’re
kidding!" ... get what you
want out of life, and live it
to the fullest ... don't be a
phoney ... why do teachers
have to distrust students?
WILLIAM RAYMOND I.YKE
“Bill” ... spirited soccer player
... will major in chemistry ...
security Ls sublime ... bowling is
his favorite pastime ... happiness
is lots of friends.
"Pat” ... a friendly senior who
plans to enter the field of secre-
tarial work ... her pet peeve is
homework ... "What’s it to ya?”
... enjoys watching football games
... considers horsed f honest and
NANCY MAC COLLUM
"Glitsy" ... health, wealth
and happiness ... loves to
dance and have fun ... “Be
slick” ... describes herself as
being a "Twiggy” and very hap-
py ... will always cherish
the friends she made at ETHS.
“Mack" ... a shinir
gloom filled hall ...
her the class of '68 ...
reach his goal in electronics .
enjoys homeroom basketball .
"Honesty is the best policy” .
living life to the fullest.
"Jill" ... Junior year twirl-
ing captain ... career in art
advertising one of her goals
... integrity a prized virtue
... simplicity is the spice of
life ... love that sassoon.
GLORIA ANN MALLET
"Glory" ... future nurse who
dislikes location of 12-15 ...
m-m-m great cook ... “You've
got to be kidding" ... Mr.
Thompson tops memory list
... to get the most out of
life is her ambition.
"If you've seen one you've seen
them all” ... college ... lazy ...
“would you believe longer lunch
periods?" ... basketball ... col-
"Marty" ... constantly on the
go ... field anthropology after
college ... popular Key Club Pres-
ident ... be prepared for a pep
rally in the rain ... virtues are
relative ... “Conformity breeds
LORETTA ROSE MANCUSO
... Spirited F.H.A. president
... what a great Junior year!
... lovely long lashes in a
choir robe ... guitar, folk
music, and sewing ... a true
MARIANNE E. MANCUSO
Helpful, honest, hard-working
... annoyed by people who
constantly criticize ... favors
football games and F.T.A. ...
“Holy crow!” ... “Become
capable in your chosen fields.”
NIKKI JEANNE MARCELLO
Active sports spectator ... especial-
ly interested in sketching ... an-
noyed by insincere people ... un-
predictable—“So, what can I say?"
... happiness is to love and be
Dance hand member ... desires inde-
pendence and dislikes intolerance ...
builds and operates ham radios ...
PSSC Physics a fond memory ... col-
lege around the bend.
“Marrash" ... campus life ahead ...
trackman ... off-hours spent surfing,
driving, dating ... motivated ... friend-
RONALD C. MARICLE
“Ronny Bird” ... mechanic ... yea
football! ... crazy about cars ... be-
lieves in a good career ... loves these
girls ... graduation—a pleasant mem-
CILA EDNA MARRERO
“Cilia” ... prospective Oscar winner
plays, cast parties, P.A. announcements
... adventurous ... “searching, wander-
ing, to someday find.”
Teaching in "Jackie’s” future ... strives
to understand others ... “Really? No
kiddin”’ ... loves swimming and get-
ting away from it all ... don’t let
life pass by too quickly.
CAROL ANN MARTIN
“Caarzec” ... on to the business world
... recalls fondlyf?) fighting for a
seat at lunch ... car craay ... “So
what's it to you?”
CARMEN A. MARTINO
“Tony” ... a good-natured guy with
an interest in sports and cars ... “Arc
you out of your mind?” ... the shore
“Mouse” ... serviceman ... varied ac-
tivities include surfing, pocket billiards,
sail boats and acting ... parking spaces
arc rare ... comment for everyone ...
Always remember our Papa!
A sincere and loyal guy ... interested
in history’» math and the Chess Club
... Why can’t I have my schedule
changed? ... a military career in
mind ... won't forget homeroom bas-
ketball games ... “Outa sight”
BARBARA ANN MAY
“Barb” ... enjoys the luxury of not
being hurried ... friendly candystripcr
planning on the Peace Corps
fond memory ... oenior year
to become an electrician is future di
“Bob” ... a dependable guy ... loves
sports and writing ... phonies are his
pet-peeve ... "Win a few, loose a
few” ... set up your goals early in
life and achieve them.
LINDA LEE MARTZ
"Remember the rained out pep rally”
... A Cappella choir, something spe-
cial ... sees a future in bio research
... annoyed by unimportant people
who try to found important.
ROSEANN JOYCE MATTIE
Remember Mr. Pat’s class? ... football
fan ... elementary education her chosen
field ... always friendly and polite ...
F.T.A. ... sewing—an enjoyable pas-
CRAIC Me CLAIN
Terrific athlete ... blond curly hair
... runner- was never on his last leg
... changed schools but won’t be for-
RUTH Me CLELLAND
To make an important mark in life
is her goal ... a government career
... “Oh the joy of having her ring
turned!” ... Talon organization editor.
65THERESA Me CORMACK
“Terry” ••• happiness best describes
this senior ... “Oh boy!” ... cherishes
the ETHS-JPS game ... office work
awaits ... be yourself.
LINDA MARIE Me DERMOTT
“Qtipper cheek” ... “Derm” will never
forget the ice cream fights in lunch
... “I can’t take it!” ... seen riding
around wth Inky, T.C., Trcp, and Bog
... this active feature editor will major
ROBERT MC HUGH
“Bob” will dance his way to success
... longer lunches! ... can be found
wherever there’s a pool table ... honesty
is his best policy ... will always re-
member graduation and many friends.
KATHLEEN Me KENNON
“Kath” ... carefree senior who plans
to enter the world of typing ... “come,
sing along with me” ... considers her-
self an average person who enjoys being
with people ... “You’re crazy!"
decorating after high school
... dancing is part of her life ... beau-
tiful clothes ... “Gee” ... money,
health, and happiness ... Oh, that lunch
room ... will always remember gradu-
COLLEEN MARCARET MC COTTY
“Col” ... happy-go-lucky ... but don’t
let it rain on Monday morning ... active
drill team and GAA member ... sin-
cerity ... the secretarial field in her
future ... “I don’t want to hear it!"
“Ed" ... can’t wait for those long
weekends ... college is the next step
for this impatient senior ... can often
be seen playing football ... hates those
short lunch periods ... "Get out of
Involvement in sports keeps "Tom” in
constant motion ... will intercept the
pass to college ... friendliness helps
form a good person ... Beat Stevens!
“McChalc” ... a funny gal with many
friends ... spectator at drag races ...
from a student’s desk to a secretary’s
desk ... “Anybody want to leave?”
LINDA M. MERNAGH
“Lin” ... her love for children de-
cided her future as an elementary school
teacher ... hates those conceited peo-
ple ... F.H.A. rates high ... “What
can I say? ... Senior prom will long
be remembered ... education impor-
“Ernie” ... a future airline pilot ...
“Be able to stand on your own” ...
pet peeve: Stryker’s car ... loves those
crazy drums ... “Catch this action.”
CHARLES DOUGLAS MICHAEL
“Mr. Kool” ... why must people push
in the halls? ... "No comment” ...
musically inclined ... proud to be an
DENNIS LEE MERSON
"Dennis the Menace” ... a chcm major
in college ... “Checkmate!” “Oh no!”
... "Oh those PA announcements that
you can’t hear!
Would you believe “Duke, Early, Mike,
Curly"?? ... a future music instructor
... “Be good to your fellow man”
... Band is No. 1 ... swell guy ...
password is friendliness.
“Bill" ... going from basket-
ball and baseball into the
armed forces ... he “politely"
asks, “why do people think
they’re something that they're
not?" ... “Say what?”
MARY ANN MICHALOSKI
“Mary Ann” ... will find her fu-
ture in the business world ...
cooking and sewing pro ... com-
mencement day memories
CHERYL DENISE M1DCELY
“Midge" ... candid but under-
standing ... remove people who
don’t use their blinkers ... love,
happiness, and peace of mind ...
a future in fashions.
ANITA J. MIKOSZ
“Neets!" ... hopes to attend
business school ... small in
stature, but a big defender
of truth ... cuteness on a
motorcycle ... a valuable fu-
ture meaning much.
MARY LOUISE MILLER
“Mary Lou" ... those big
blue eyes, WOW! ... Talon
staff a favorite ... secretarial
future ... where docs all
that food go? ... remem-
brance of Junior-Senior car-
nival ... just so it is still
“Mill” ... indigestion, reward of
short lunch periods ... Naval elec-
tronics ... hopes to remember
every day at E.T.H.S. ... “crazy-
guy ... those crummy parking
PATRICIA ANN MINER
“Pat" ... hey guys, cut the long
hair! ... after E.T.H.S.?-I.B.NL
school ... swell l owler and horse-
back rider ... her sense of humor
will bring success and happiness.
SHARON LYNN MINCOLA
“Shar” ... loves art and sports
... shuns chronic complaincrs
... ambitious and always
smiling ... “Oh my world”
... be happy in whatever
“Mar” ... business secretary of
the future ... friendly, smiley and
happy-go-lucky ... dislikes loca-
tion of homeroom 12-15 ... special
interests arc dancing and swim-
LOUIS EDWARD MIRBACH
Architecture will form his fu-
ture ... dislikes short lunch
periods ... “Where's the pro-
jector?” ... cross country
practices and meets ... hap-
py-go-lucky ... how about
“Horse” ... boxing and
weightlifting arc special in-
terests ... stubborn when he’s
in the right ... why say it
can’t be done—give it a try.
Believes it is important to be honest
and loyal ... plans on becoming
a secretary ... will always re-
member the fun she had washing
cars for the senior class.
LYNN MARIE MOORE
Teaching elementary school is her
future ... will always remember
the Drill Team ... “Gesundheit”
... dislikes people without .school
“Roni” ... “If you’re gonna
complain, do something to
help” ... office work to
come ... tennis and painting
... “Set a goal and reach it!”
EILEEN JOYCE MORLOCK
“I” ... either I.B.M. or beau-
tician school will mark her
future ... lots of laughs from
someone on tire run ... a pic-
ture of fashion ... agility in
“Bill” ... cars arc for him ...
friendship is important ... Bill’s
motto is have fun and enjoy life
“Mortishia" ... a hostess in the sky ...
favors modem jazz, modeling, and mak-
ing your goal ... an individualist in
thoughts and actions ... snow days
“Dan” ... love that shy smile ...
his medicine will go to the dogs ... en-
joys camping, boating and building kay-
aks ... dislikes detention regardless of
JAMES JUUUS NAGY
“Jimbo” ... always ycrful ... future
physician ... football, tennis, and surf-
ing are tops ... Mr. Hughes and Mrs.
Cal. will always be remembered ...
morning announcements arc his pet
RAYMOND THOMAS MORRIS
“Roy” ... digs cool music and records
... “Man” ... good ol' lunch ...
Business school soon to come ... shuns
KATHLEEN ANN MURPHY
“Murph" ... fun-loving GAA president
... will major in Chem. at college
... enjoys working in student govern-
ment ... always on the go!
LINDA SUE MOSKAL
“Lyn” ... easy going ... enjoys being
with people ... “I don’t understand!”
... Chef's Club rates high among her
activities ... to succeed in what she
sets out to do is important ... talkative
and easy to get along with.
WILLIAM DANIEL MEYERS
“Boomer” ... digs rock’n’roll music
... to never ridicule is an aspect of
social work ... cross country runner
... “goin’ animal.”
DIANE LINDA NAIDUK
Secretary typed out for this impeccable
dresser ... much time spent sewing
and dancing ... her motto: Reach for
the stars.ARLENE NELSON
“Speedy" ... office work ahead ... en-
joys working with children ... fixing
wiglets—a pet peeve ... a good listener
... making clothes is a favorite hobby
... senior year was great! ... “Flake
CAROLE SUE OAKES
Values self-respect and true friendship
... considerate of others ... cliques
don’t click ... fun-loving in a quiet
way ... crazy about poetry ... “What
MARK F. NEMHAUSER
Don’t give me any grief! ... rebellious
in a passive way ... to study pharmacy
at Rutgers—someday own his own drug-
store ... despises people who copy, then
turn around and say “Hey, that one’s
JAMES OBENDORFER JR.
“Jimbo" ... an all American guy with
hopes of entering the field of mechani-
cal engineering ... pet peeve: too few
parking spaces ... “Confounded” ...
an honest guy who will strive toward
his goal ... member of rifle club.
NEIL D. NEUSCHATZ
Future work in the field of communica-
tions ... “Good, real good” ... gradua-
tion memories ... follows his own orig-
inal ideas ... country-famous folk sing-
JEAN MARIE O’DONNELL
“Jeannic” ... would like to teach the
deaf after graduation ... “Be a good
sport” ... always active and on the go
... “What’s happening?” ... gradua-
tion memories will linger.
LINDA CAROL ORNSTEIN
Lynn ... spends most of her time in
the nurse's office ... pet peeve is
no senior class trip ... joking girl who
“tells it like it is” ... hopes to become
DONNA MARY OSIEJA
“Some people call me Don” ... a warm
smile and a friendly manner ... closed
cars to braggarts ... “You’ve got to be
71KEVIN C. PAGE
“Pagina" ... plans to study law ...
from football to track to the phone
... remember the EdUon-Steven '66
game? ... high-hurdling athlete.
Can't stand conceit! ... numbered in
the field of computers ... quiet, deep
thinker ... listens to the troubles of
others ... likes sports ... "I don’t
Will live a ‘rich life ... cars, cars,
cars ... can't wait til] the last day of
school ... proud to be a human being.
“Mag" ... loosing her contact lenses in
a glass of water? ... a real “class
worker!” ... can be seen at basket-
ball games or playing giant steps ...
what will be will be ... “Be Happy!”
LOIS STEPHANIE PAPP
“Stcph" ... active, happy Senior class
secretary ... miffed by hall guards
and building passes ... fond memories
of Soph year FHA, convention ...
takes an interest in everything.
MARY ANN PAWLUS
“Paulie" ... a nursing career ... in-
terested in art and music ... down with
detention ... you can’t escape truth ...
“Oh, my goodness!"
"Dan” ... he'll search for the secret
formula ... “Ya'H” remember “Dan’l”
in Kiss .Mamma ... actually .sold 127
sophomore class sweatshirts! ... long
live the class of '68!
Mike ... a real track runner ...
“That’s stupid” ... hopes of campus
life ... describes himself as really
“Ray" ... accounting to be his pro-
fession ... always look on the bright
side of things ... Key Club, track,
football, a wide range of interests ...
remember all the pep rallies and assem-
blies? ... “A good education leads to
“Lou” ... Our football quarterback ...
activities—football, basketball, baseball,
and eating ... notices everything
around him ... live life to the fullest
... independent and self-reliant ...
“Leave me alone.”
NORMA JACQULINE PFEIFFER
“Norm” ... enjoys being with friends
... a new addition to Edison's halls
... dislikes history ... “you’re kid-
Will never forget the “great times” ...
friendly and helpful to others ... ter-
rific sense of humor ... clear out the
crowded halls! ... basketball ... loyal-
ty and honesty arc meaningful traits
... future secretary ... “Cosh.”
DEBORAH ANN PEPE
“Deb” ... secretarial school ... sew-
ing, kaling, swimming, and cycling fill
her spare hours ... go out into the
world and 1h‘ a part of it ... shy but
friendly ... “Best of love, laughs, luck,
FLORENCE J. PHILLIP
“Flo” ... college and a major in music
education ... great times with Ixind
and choir ... always smiling and cheer-
ful ... “Sorry 'bout that” ... advises
being truthful to oneself.
73RONALD J. PITRA
Ron’s next Mop—college ... J.P.S.
victory will always stand out ...
lean cross country runner ... live
life to its fullest.
B-I-G “Rich” ... will be a
dedicated college man ... hoo-
ray for football, wrestling, and
food! ... if you don’t know,
“Don” ... seer, driving
around with “Joncsic" ...
quiet sense of humor ... a
little bit of mischief ...
Only definite plans arc growing
older and paying taxes ... dollar
signs, fast cars, and speed ... it’s
not how you play, it’s if you win!
LINDA ANN PORAWSKI
“Lin” ... plans on becoming
a nurse ... believes in the
attainment of goals for which
perseverance is essential.
“Debbie” ... will enter the field
of beauty culture ... graduation
day is here! ... health is wealth
... E.T.H.S. football fan ...
“That may be so.”
“Wayne” ... selected trade in vo-
cational field ... remember those
lunches! ... basketball and base-
kill enthusiast ... long live
E.T.I1.S. ... add cars and mix well.
“Stu” ... nice smile ... gets
to football games and track
meets on his motorcycle ...
college in a Corvette?
74CAROL JEAN PRUSKO
Will be flying as a stewardess ...
moody people, ugh! ... unpredict-
able and good-natured ... likes mo-
torcycles and swimming ... “Cool
“Hollywood” ... enjoys all
sporting events ... always re-
member the great teachers ...
can’t stand people who ridi-
cule others ... “How many?"
... truthful Mary ... to have
a goal is most important.
RONALD L RAY
“Ronnie" ... a talented car-
toonist with plans to pursue
the same field ... wild track-
man ... “I love you!” ... not
enough girls, man ... happi-
ness is a “loaf of bread, a jug
of wine and thou”
“Doug” ... next stop college ...
curly hair has got to go ... mem-
ories of the Senior Prom ... golf
... moody and modest ... oh for
a million dollars.
MARIAN KAY REBARBER
"Mar" ... Krosh lunch Junior
Year? ... considers being healthy
and happy most important ... en-
joys water skiing and sailing ...
“You're kidding?” ... graduation
a stepping stone to college.
“Marge" ... Go Eagles go!
... reliable fun loving ...
never u dull moment ... cho-
rus ... future teacher of the
younger set ... "Cool it!”
College life for “Frank” ...
hurry up diploma! ... dead
eye with a rifle, bow, and ar-
row ... stubbornness, “keep
it!” ... Life is to be enjoyed!
NOREEN M. REID
This blue-eyed redhead wishes good
fortune for all ... nerve-shattering
interview at F.I.T. ... show offs
taboo—braggarts likewise ... hap-
piness is marching up the field
as a Rangerette.
75LAURA LOU RIBINSKY
Mi»chicvou senior ... fun, sports, and
friends ... a modern Girl Friday ...
annoyed whcn pcoplc think they know
DIANE B. RITZ
“Dee” ... energetic ... active in Stu-
dent Council ... to specialize in medi-
cine ... football games ... always wor-
ries al out others' problems ... “You
wouldn’t believe it!”
“Hey" ... great guy ... always ready
for a good time even in homeroom
... business to he pursued ... but
on a motorcycle?!
FRANK A. RICE
Mechanic of the future ... graduation
will lx? something to look back to ...
careful, but likes cycles and cars ...
getting what you want out of life is
important ... “Take it easy.”
JEAN ARLENE ROBEY
... another Schrocder with the piano
... dislikes conceited people ... friends
top her scrapbook memories ... IBM
holds a place in the future for this
DAVID JOHN RISH
“Dave” ... Fords arc his pet peeve
... nice guy ... likes sports and “fool-
ing around with cars” ... wants to
“make good in life” ... work following
BONNIE LOU ROBINS
Good ol' Uncle Bcrnic ... occupational
therapy ... willing to be helpful to
all ... dances and school band ...
“Fun Nay!” ... don’t let little things
get you down!
“Sport” ... secretarial job is up and
coming ... “Oh, that ‘D’ lunch!” ...
fond memories of graduation and the
senior prom ... a friend to everyone
... “Would you believe?” ... life
should be filled with many friends and
faith in them.
76DOROTHY MAE ROE
“Dot” ... “Colly" ... happiness and
success arc for her ... conceited and
unfriendly people don't give her a
good impression ... ice-skating and
Dislikes people who arc never on time
... enjoys doing crazy things ... horse-
back riding, snow skiing, and ice skat-
ing ... “I’ll be there in two minutes”
... college awaits ... establish your
“Dot” ... has beautiful eyes ... enjoys
having a good time ... “Heaven for-
bid"—snobs ... clerical work ... hap-
piness is “being happy”.
“Ed” ... friendly and full of fun ...
"Freshman midgets" get in the way ...
graduation and the senior prom will fill
his memories ... ‘T don’t know” ...
campus life coming ... don’t be gull-
ible ... try to achieve your goals.
“Ncsic” ... Iicautician school ... hates
those early morning school days ...
"Cool It” ... graduation will always
be cherished ... enjoys spending spare
time with her friends.
SHERRI LYNNE ROSEN FELD
“Slier” ... plans for teaching elemen-
tary school ... indispensable Talon
staffer ... (unloving ... very under-
standing ... will always remember those
football games and the fun with the
kids ... look for happiness ... “Sorry
JEFFREY SCOTT ROSS
“Karate" ... conscientious—especially
on the basketball court ... good looking
and congenial guy ... "Boss!", college
in his future.
“Jan" ... loves cooking and swimming
... friendly personality ... to liccome
a Home Ec. teacher after college ...
hates two faced j cople ... self-reliant
... achievement is important to her.
“Rome” ... our inspired Student Coun.
cil leader ... will study medicine ...
wide interest range from student gov-
ernment to girls ... believes success
and happiness arc the most ... “Get
KENNETH P. ROWE
"Skid” may soon be seen buzzing around
campus on his cycle ... lias no sec-
ond thoughts for phonics ... “Say”, it’s
easy to spot that red hair ... an honest
guy who’s looking for the key to suc-
FRANK L. RUSSO
Frank will achieve happiness through
commercial • artistry ... his classical
guitar playing and his paintings arc
much to be proud of ... “You’re out of
“Al” ... cross country since sophomore
year ... passing geometry a cherished
memory ... “What do you mean?" ...
to trade his cycle for a Coast Guard
Up, up and away as an airline steward-
ess ... memories of the crowded halls
of ETHS will linger ... friendly ...
happy-go-lucky ... What you put into
life is what you get out of it.
LINDA MARLENE ROWLANDS
I-B.M. school may be in her future ...
oh, those two faced people! ... good
natured person who enjoys swimming
and ice skating ... “Oh no!" ... “Ac-
complish as much as you can.”
JUDITH ANN RUSSO
“Rudy Jusso” ... “Decals!! Candy
Bars!! Programs!!” ... energetic class
worker ... Vice President of sophomore
and senior classes ... always busy and
helpful ... outgoing ... plans to teach
... "Oh Pook!"
78JOYCE MARIA SA
A major in Slavic languages ... active
member of the Academy of Science ...
Carve lee Cream and old junky cars
... senior Prom memories will linger
... simplicity personified ... “Oh sure
“Marge” ... future goal is to become
a teacher ... participates enthusiastic-
ally in the F.T.A .... frequently seen
working in the library ... there will
always be fond memories of the foot-
ball games ... cheerful disposition.
ALEXANDER PAUL SAKS
“Prof” ... is up and at it with dramatic
productions, sports and singing ...
hopes to attend Syracuse University ...
don’t be a put on, act naturally ...
“This is true.”
After receiving his diploma, it’s vaca-
tion time again! ... then comes en-
listment ... $1,000,000 tax free is his
dream ... happiness is the revving of
a car motor.
VIRGIL J. SARGENT JR.
“Joe” ... service bound ... active on
both the football and track teams ...
loves beating “Stevens” ... hates that
long hair ... happiness is setting the
school record for the shot put.
“Sarts" ... when arc we ever gonna get
a smoke break? ... hates long hair
... live like the way you want ... fav-
orite past time—playing pool with the
crew ... mortuary career.
ROBERTA LYNN SAUL
“Bobbie” ... member of the quiet set
... remember NHS inductions? ...
enthusiastic baseball fan ... “You’re
kidding!” ... Happiness is being
swarmed by friends ... a future dental
“Daniel Boone” ... no saddle
shoes for (his secretary to be
... graduation memories pre-
vail ... a bright smile greets
all ... “Be happy!”
"Kitty" ... tennis, swimming and
just driving around ... secre-
tarial plans ... friendliness plus
... Oh, those who talk behind your
back ... "Keep your cool!” ...
oh, those lovely long tresses.
“Gary” ... likeable, friendly, all
around good guy ... better late
than never ... digs cars ... grad-
uation will hold fond memories.
LINDA JEANNE SCHMIDT
“Lyn” ... oh, those football
games! ... yeah, that’s close
... college ahead ... sewing,
reading, and soccer rate high
... active in Student Council
College or air force?: which
will it be? ... trackman, or
he’s just running after girl
... “Hey Kid” ... the
RAYMOND FRANCIS SERGE,.
“Ray” ... Junior Veep, pet peev.
—homework on the night of a
school event ... loves running
track ... “Arc you kidding?” ...
happiness is achieving a goal and
having someone to snare it with.
CHARLES JOHN SHEEHAN
“Hey, Charlie, check the oil.” ...
avid sports fan ... cheerful, fun
loving and easy to get along with
... consideration for others ... un-
fulfilled dreams of success.
LOIS JEAN SHIPMAN
“Lois” ... flag twirling Diill
Team member ... dishonest
people arc her net peeve ...
Tactful member of F.N.A.,
G.A.A., and Student Council
... "You’re kidding”
happiness is most important.
80DANIEL E. SHORT
“Dan” ... future accountant ...
finds pleasure in all sports, but
especially golf ... wishes summer-
time could last all year 'round ...
conservative .,. desires happiness
in all of his encounters.
“Cookie” ... plans to be a
private secretary ... history
doesn’t come easy to this
happy senior ... “Oh, no!”
... will drive her way to
good fortune ... friends made
at ETHS never to be forgot-
ROBYN HELENE SINCER
Talented dress designer ... sew-
ing and sketching arc among
favorites ... money is an asset ...
active F.H.A.’er ... don’t be late!
... “That’s close!”
CAIL BARBARA SKINNER
“Little Skinner" ... traveled
through Europe but will land
in an American college ...
big courage when twirling a
firchaton blindfolded ... finds
it difficult to get along with
math and two-faced people
... “That's close.”
“Slave” ... fulfillment in life is
nursing the sick ... sincerity plus
... loves sports ... doesn’t go for
people who put on false fronts ...
.. NICHOLAS SINATO
V Sinatra” ... can’t stand to
be called “Red” ... listens to
rank Sinatra ... football,
sebali, billiards, basketball
d bowling ... cheerful but
STEPHANI GAIL SUREN
The stage awaits this talented and
energetic singer ... speaks up
during class discussions ... danc-
ing, parties, sports ... “What’s it
to ya?” ... “Having a good time—
all the time!”
EDWARD F. SKINNER
It’s anchors aweigh for
“Skinner” ... lots of pep and
action ... modest?
eye for the girls ...
81VIKA NADIA SI.OBODIAN
Active Student Council member ... sin-
cere and happy ... dedicated candy
striper ... people should talk less and
do more ... pep rallies were (treat fun
... enjoy life and make the mo9t of it
RITA S. SLUSSER
The business world lies ahead ...
honesty is her policy ... she dances up
a storm ... memories of friendships
made ... “One of these days!”
ROBERT PAUL SMERKO
“Bob" ... a career with the state police
... an adventurous personality and
hunting enthusiast ... spends spare
time entertaining as a band member.
JO ANN SLOCUM
“Jo" ... baseball enthusiast ... “I’m all
cars" ... an office worker of the fu-
ture ... graduation and the prom
will bring happy memories.
JOHN STEVEN SMILEK
College in his future ... will always
remember the guys of the baseball team
... attaining goals is important ...
loyalty a virtue ... wit and wisdom.
words for the right moment
EDMOND L SMITH. JR.
“Big Ed" ... "kind of a drag" ... girls
... annoyed by sloppy dressers ...
business school ... devastating ... out-
door life ... “Oh. the big city."
“Arc you serious?” ... loyal and stub-
born ... football games ... I.B.M.
computer programing ... move home-
room 12-15 ... happiness is to be truly
“Mar” ... future a an executive sec-
retary • • • Happy person ... doesn't get
along with conceited people ... eques-
trian when she isn't busy ... good edu-
cation |s important.
“Dave” ... recording contract—congrat-
ulations! ... short lunch periods ugh!)
... favors soccer ... an electronics
GILBERT M. SNOOK
Why was lunch so short? ... drafting
school following graduation ... an
independent senior who likes sports
... guitar player ... “Life is made
MICHAEL JOSEPH STARECO
“Mike” ... a congenial and truthful
senior ... future architect ... special
interests arc sketching and art work
... D lunch and its leftovers don’t
agree with him ... “You’re kidding”
... parental understanding is important.
DAVID A. SOKOL
“Dave” ... spirited Junior class presi-
dent ... likes to work for the sake of
knowledge ... friendly, fun-loving, loyal
... does what he believes is right ...
corporate law awaits.
JOHN JOSEPH STEFANI
A real sports enthusiast ... college
plans ... docs what he feels is right
... looks for the best in others ... Is
it possible for a teacher to be un-
“Cake” ... will fare well as a travel
agent ... Why can’t they stretch those
25 minutes? ... "Cet smart” ... fond
memories of Mr. M asser over the P.A.
... always something to cheer you up.
“Shelley" ... bubbly, straight-forward
person ...' indispensable co-editor of
Talon ... enjoyed working on “Pyg-
malion” ... “That sure is comforting!”
... realization of one’s true self.
83EILEEN E. STEVENS
Home on the range with “Lcany” ...
cliques cause her to tum “red” with
anger ... after she's out of school shell
e’er remember her “in school” friends.
WARREN WILLIAM STOCKTON
A “boss" man ... Senior year was
great! ... to aid our country in the
armed services ... girls forever! ...
“What’s it to you?”.
MAUREEN GAIL STIFF
“Maur” ... her volunteer work will
lead to a career in nursing and physical
therapy ... has no patience with un-
sympathetic and phony people ... be-
lief in sincerity and loyalty ... a friend
to all ... “Who arc you kidding?”
LINDA SUE STOCK
A member of the motorcycle crowd ...
hates being taken for granted ...
happy, energetic, fun-loving ... “I'm
new here" ... graduation memories
... enjoy yourself, do what you really
HARRY F. STONE
“Fred” ... Air Force ... hunting and
fishing rate high ... education is the
key to success ... electronics whir ...
homeroom and football games will long
be remembered ... lengthen lunch
period! ... “You’re out of your bee!”
Affix “Stine” with cars ... this in-
clination may enable him success as a
transmission technician ... the “me” has
“Jim” ... could be happy if homework
were suspended ... sees the future in
a funny car ... “What? You must be
out of your tree!”
84EILEEN BEVERLY STRACHAN
“Ei” ... energetic ... full of pep ...
avoid» two-faced people ... active in
skating, swimming, and the girls’ track
team ... reflects truthfulness and pa-
with “that ear?" ... rowdiness is kind
of fun ... great bass guitar ... park-
ing lot blue ... “Keep it up!”
FRANK DONALD STRATOWSKI
“Strut” ... “Every once in a while some-
one of conspicuous excellence come
along” ... brownies just gotta go ...
a true baseball fan ... transferred
from H.P. ... “Wojcik, shut-up!” ...
hopes for success.
“Kris” ... business school ... dislikes
conceited individuals ... reaching her
goal in life is most important ... loves
DORIS A. SULLIVAN
In the sky—a hostess with the mostest
... the early morning hours find her
drowsy-eyed ... honest humor ... the
class of '68 forever!
MICHAEL B. STRECZYK
Determined “Mike” will enter the armed
forces ... “Shape-up” ... wrestling and
weight-lifting keep him in shape ...
remembers chcm. with Mrs. Cross and
6th period German.
“Barb” ... hair-stylist ... wc w«.at a
touchdown! ... 48 minute classes—too
long ... “Forgct-it” ... those irri-
tating, know-it-all people ... success
85PHILIP MARK SUSSWEIN
"Phil" ... up with people!
... Folk-music performances
and volunteer work ... pur-
sue the course you feel right
regardless of the consequences
“Ginny” ... upredictablc ... hates
guys who lie to girls ... “Well
hey!” ... bowling enthusiast ...
always kind to others ... hopes
to accomplish as much as pos-
sible in life.
MARK J. SZEMERETA
“So what do you want me to do?”
... Kiss Mamma ... always keep-
ing busy ... someday a physician
... “What!" ... well, would you
believe—«“Love!” ... happy ad-
dition from St. Joe’s.
JOSEPH J. TACCKI
“Joe" is always in the swing
of things ... to be one of our
boys in uniform ... easy going
and honest ... live life to its
fullest ... “Don’t be a wise
“Out doorsie” senior who loves
horses ... “I’m the manager,
so let’s sec some real soccer
action” ... would like to
scratch out “clicks”
ANTHONY J. TAMACNINI JR.
“Tony” ... “Surfs up” ...
wild life on campus ... “I don i
•wanna hear it!” ... Caddy’s too
big, Honda’s too small.
WILLIAM ALLEN TENBROECK
“Willis” ... conditioned to work at
Fedders ... baseball really beats
homework ... “I don’t got any”
... cheerful and friendly.
“Matty” ... friendly and out
for a good time ... finds
time to “bop” down the halls
during passing ... interior
decorator ... “What arc you
86DI ANNE TERZINO
A sense of humor to match an ever
present smile ... disturbed by
those who join many clubs but are
not active in them ... dedicated
Eagle feature editor ... memories
of friendships made.
PATRICIA ANN THORPE
“Pat" ... college and Peace
Corps await her future ...
parties and the shore all rate
high ... “Oh man” ...
joys helping others
most of her time at
cmy of Science and
BETH AYN TIRPAK
“Cookie" ... “crazy” and
cheerful ... Why do people
say things they don’t mean?
"Cut it out!” ... active in
G.A.A. and gym shows ...
love, happiness and peace of
"Dave" ... jusi loafing around
... constantly doing things im-
pulsively ... baseball enthusiast ...
remember the ‘66 Christmas «lance?
... “Pretty neat!” ... happiness
is finding something humorous at
least once a day.
FRANCES B. TOROK
"Fran" ... active in CAA and
FNA ... dedicated boy watcher
with sweet-talken’ eyes ... Remem-
ber the jamboree?
“Clco" ... “nutty" is the
word ... won’t forget our
Edison High Dance-s ... “Oh
man, those detentions!" ...
a future medical assistant.
"Banana” ... the name
alone proves he’s a letterman!
... can’t forget his first day
at soccer ... "If at first you
don’t succeed, give up!” ...
modesty prevents him from al-
ways saying, “I'm tremen-
DOROTHY HEI.EN TOTH
“Dor” ... dislikes hypocrites ...
interested in sports ... “Why?”
... self-satisfaction ... active
cheerleader ... remember gradua-
A patient sport lover ... “Oh no!”
... always willing to try to understand
people ... everything is important to
her ... I be a good bookkeeper is her
plan for the future.
DEBRA LEE TROOP
“Dougic” ... real style ... no business
like show business ... lobby gatherings
at 3:15 ... "Yeah, right!” ... dreams
to be fulfilled.
MARILYN ELIZABETH TOTH
An easy going senior who will never
forget graduation ... “Oh!" ... dis-
likes nasty people ... college in the
future ... appreciate the fact that
RICHARD D. TURNER
“Rich” ... Client major in college ...
“Smile you're on candid camera" ...
high steppin’ drum major ... Talon
and Eagle Photog . “Knock it off"
... doing good for others is important.
ELLEN ANN TREPPER
“Trcp” ... always wearing a smile ...
never on time “short" lunch period ...
a friend to all ... enjoys football and
basketball games ... friendship is be-
“Pat” ... a fashion design future ...
the theater, dances and football games
really rate ... phony people out! ...
always smiling ... “You bctcha!”
BARBARA JEAN UVECES
“Barb" ... a secretarial future ... en-
joys tennis and swimming ... member
of Academy of Science ... “You’re
kidding.” ... how happy she would be
without exams ... generosity plus.
LAURA C. VALENTI
“Laura" ... exuberant band member
with lots of school spirit ... future
plans include teaching ... Photog-
raphy Club ... support your class!
88JOSEPH M. VALERIANI
“Joe” ... automotive designer ...
spends extra time working on cars,
painting and drawing ... can’t stand
slow cars and 4 doors ... important to
own a Cadillac and a Ferrari.
LINDA ANN VEICA
“Toni” is annoyed by conversations held
in a crowded hall ... will work with
children ... enthusiastic football spec-
tator ... emotional 3nd a little “nutty."
“Mike” ... silence is golden ... life is
what one gets out of it ... 25 minute
lunch period disagrees with his stomach
... what homework??
RICHARD VICAR I
Will don navy-blues ... school days arc
too long ... sleepy time guy ... spe-
cial interest in soccer ... constant com-
PAUL DOUGLAS VAN DUYNE
“Doug" ... one of our famous foot-
ball players ... a carefree guy who
enjoys motorcycle scrambling ... “beat
the Hawk" ... college is the key to his
future ... “Give me a break.”
ARLENE SUE VIECELMANN
“At” ... the world of fashion design-
ing ... dislikes those who brag ...
horseback riding in her extra hours
... friendly, faithful, full of fun ...
always enjoys decorating for dances ...
SHARON ANN VINCE
Sloppy dressers. “Ilk" ... sewing is
thrifty ... loves to attend our dances
and lunch ... plans for a career in
“Tony” ... dedication and loyally plus
... indispensable Talon Art Editor ...
hates false friends and sarcasm ... hopes
to help build tomorrow’s world ... busy
all the time ... a serious outlook be-
hind a smiling face ... “Quc Pasa?"
89PASQUAI.E LOUIS VITUCCI
“Pat" ... “honesty" is in. “greediness”,
out ... plans to design buildings ...
tennis is tops ... "Really!" ... Soph,
biology and basketball will long be
GERALD K. VOICE
“Jerry" ... doctor of the future ...
“Oh all that homework!" ... ’66 J.P.S.
victory will always lx- remembered ...
active member of Key Club ... willing
to help everyone ... “The Hawk is
dead!" ... setting and attaining a goal
is important ... a great sense of humor.
“Dave" ... career in electronic» ... a
real ham with radios . better to give
than to receive ... live to the fullest.
CHRISTINE A WALLNER
“Chris” ... plans of becoming a medical
secretary ... oh, those people who
are always late! ... remember “kids”
from E.H.S. ... business club fills spare
KATHLEEN M. WATTERS
“Kathy” ... business college ... a
friend to all ... love watching football
games ... influence goes far ... life
should give personal fulfillment.
JUDITH ANN WALL
“Jude" ... secretarial work ... pet
peeve—hypocrites ... painting and sew-
ing are tojw ... “Oh. really?”
JOHN PETER WEAVER
“Weave" ... college bound ... too
many rules ... cars are a favorite ...
get the most out of everything ...
don’t give up ... football games forever,
v v'v nr
“Lightning" ... interests lie in sports
and music ... patient, friendly and fun-
loving ... memories of Mrs. Harrison's
Algebra I class ... hopes of a writing
career ... “Would you believe!”
ALBERT NATHANIEL WILLIAMS
“Life is what you make it so go to it
Al” ... lunch periods arc too short ...
will heighten his education ... courtesy
and honesty arc prized virtues ... he’s
definitely “the most".
WILLIAM B. WEISENBORN
“Tiny” ... plans for more school days
... life is worth living ... “all the
way with Chevrolet" ... "Cool it!”
LINDA MARIE WILLIAMS
“Willie" ... lab. technician to be her
profession ... “What!” ... an in-
dustrious twirler ... Junior prom, foot-
ball and basketball games always to be
remembered ... “crazy” things.
“Rich" ... no parking lot for seniors?
... you’ve got to be kidding! ...
pharmaceutical career is in the future
... oil painting and bowling arc hob-
bies ... world peace yet an unfulfilled
“Jan” ... quiet and sincere ... her
goal- missionary work ... sketching
and drawing are favorites ... cannot
tolerate snobs ... “Oh well, what can I
“Kathy” ... success will come
in the business field ... foot-
ball and basketball games rate
high ... two-faced people
drive her crazy ... can be
seen twirling at any footlkill
game ... fun loving ... cheer-
ful ... always happy ... has
loads of | aticncc ... “What?”
DEBORAH R. WISE
“Debbie” ... full of pep and con-
cern for others ... “The Hawk
is Dead" ... F.T.A. (elementary)
... U.S.Y. was quite an ex-
perience ... always lends a help-
“Check, your move Ed" ... moving
in the direction of an accountant
... 1 tones!y—a merit to be proud
of ... application will fulfill his
“Woj" ... Football star who
plans to coach ... “Make that
tackle!" ... always a song!
... “great, handsome, fabu-
lous. lovable" ... conceit?
... Are you kidding?
“Jo" ... bubbly Senior ...
F.T.A. “prexy” ... "He’s so
obnoxious!” ... be yourself
at all times ... “What a
BETTY ANN WYMAN
Future teacher of America ...
loves to read just about every-
thing readable ... versatile ...
knows when to l»e silent ... her
motto—“Be yourself ... will long
remember all the great kids ...
CAROLE A. YOST
Dislikes conceited people ... avid
dancer ... unpredictable
“You’re breaking my heart.”
“Sonny” ... biology major
in the future ... “What 31c
you talking about?" ... Cross
Country will always be re-
membered ... “This is very
perturbing!” ... friends are
Future nurse ... football Rime
will always be remembered ...
Academy of Science member ...
ceramics rate high ... “I haven’t
“Yak" ... Air Force in the future
... “A" lunch in my Senior year?
... football games will always be
remembered ... “Ah shoot!”.... a
quiet but determined person ... ! e
CHRISTOPHER ALAN ZAMPINO
“Zamp” ... a major in architectural en-
gineering ... dislikes two-faced people
... can always be seen running track
or cross country ... enjoys bowling
and sketching cartoon characters ...
short tempered Italian.
PATRICIA ANN ZENO
“What can I say!" ... but very out-
spoken and talkative ... history! ugh!
... secretary to a handsome executive?
... friends will always be remembered.
GEORGE MICHAEL ZINK
Understanding ... “Okay” ...
hates the long school day ... a
true friend to all ... integrity!
They passed our way only once
At a time when we were slowly waking from youth,
But, as dawn was bestowed upon us, dusk befell them.
Now, in retrospect, remember them as they were
And the realization of their absence
Instills within us sorrow.
Let us keep their memories alive
For they will not pass our way again.SPORTSSitting: J. Flaherty, B. Corcoran, N. Furst, B. Connelly, B. Crabosky, M. Wojcik, R. Bucci, R. Podlaski, J. Stefani, B. Bea, R. Carole, K.
Wcstcotl. Second Row: J. Nagy, B. Mac Laughlin, S. Provenzano. D. Van Dyne, E. Hagerty, T. Melia, V. Sargent, B. Andersen, M. Castcl-
lucci, E. Krupa, L. Perrochino, E. Jackson, M. Bertha. Third Row: Coaches: R. Hoyda, V. Capraro, K. Pagach, J. Alvarez, N. Nicohla,
N. Genova, M. Aminicri, R. Andersen, G. Hopson, R. Defeat)-, J. Kitzi, I). Shipman. B. Cavanaugh, L. Berzcki. Coaches: E. Valeri, L. Long.
Fourth Row: G. Meeker, J. Abate, J. Reider, V. Usenko. D. Eldrich, I). Rineheimer, J. Wyatt, W. Nueton, T. Furst. M. Rebarber, L.
Pollex. T. Davis.
Roger Wile©!? He’s not even on the leant.
27 Colonia .................. 12
13 New Brunswick..............26
0 Union ..................... 0
8 E. Brunswick .............. 9
0 Madison Twp................14
16 Linden ................... 33
13 J. P. Stevens............. 13
20 Woodbridgc ............... 26
Under new head football coach Vincent
Capraro. the 1967 ETHS football team com-
piled a 2-6-1 record. Showing improvement,
the gridders proved to be tough competitors
to all opponents.
Led by senior co-captains Ralph Bucci
and Mike Wojcik, the squad was a highly
spirited one and always put forth its best
RALPH BUCCI- Co-Captain
All Counly Defensive Back
BILL CRABOSKY—TackleMIKE CASTELLUCCI—End
STU PROVENZANO—Defensive Back
Bucci draws attention!
DOUC VAN DYNE- EndTOM MELIA—Guard
LOU PER R OCHI NO—Quarterback
JOHN STEFAN!—AH County Center
Pcirochino |K i ed for action
ROB ANDERSEN Tackle RICH PODLASKI Tackle VIRGIL SARGENT-Tackle
Bottom Row: T. I-ewis, T. Ayottc, M. Fifick, T. Wemick, D. Jones, C. Hadley, J. Reader. Top Row: Coach Koslick, B. Lewis, J. Marowitz,
J. Alvator, B. Michaels, J. Ross, C. Zardavels, J. Ampcr, B. Peterson, Coach Coward.
Bottom Row: A. Fulture, C. Mailler, B. Lohsc, R. Drummhcllcr, V. Usenko. Top Row: Mr. Koslick, R. Pushic,
T. Calamoneri, B. Weiler, B. Solingo, G. Banos, G. Fildcs.
59 E. Brunswick ................. 66
72 Perth Amboy .................. 90
74 Madison ...................... 66
58 Madison ...................... 54
54 N. Brunswick ................. 48
67 Franklin ..................... 54
74 Kennedy ...................... 54
44 Stevens ...................... 50
64 E. Brunswick ................. 67
74 Kennedy ...................... 60
The basketball team, after a losing sea-
son, came back strong this year, improving
on last season’s 3-14 record.
The varsity cagers had a superstar in
senior Ted Ayotte. Ayotte led the team in
scoring and finished third in Middlesex
With three starting sophomores on the
squad the future looks promising for our
bid to join the county powerhouses next
CAPTAIN—JEFF ROSSDAN JONES
Ayolte scores a deuce!EDISON’S SHARPSHOOTERSStanding: K. Pagacli, Coach, A. Carbonaro, B. Anderson, M. Wojcik, K. Podlaski, N. Furst, J. Lipich, A. Lankic, F. Stasium, Manager.
Kneeling: M. Streezyk, C. Hopson, M. Wallcy, R. Anderson, J. Montis, M. Ianni, J. Duffy.
Kneeling: J. Degrazia, J. Koutsonikas. B. Haley. B. McLaughlin, L. Balon, C. Bell. Standing:
K. Pagach, Coach, D. Blaszka. D. Eldridgc. D. Rinehimer, R. Carbone, K. Pennachio, K. Holland.
C. Duda, Manager.
Kneeling: R. Vanderver, J. Sahovich, P. Giroux, J. Lai Icy, G. Doda, G. D’Allicgro, J. Timmerman, J. Corcoran.
Standing: Coach, K. Pagach, H. Moss, K. Latham, D. Pemberton, J. Boles, B. McCann, J. Stanke, K. Latham, J.
Guido, W. Braun, Coach, R. Brown.
The Eagle Grapplers placed fifth in the county
tourneys this season due to the efforts of seniors
Hob Anderson, Rich Podlaski, and Mike Streczyk.
In the tournament Rich Podlaski won a Middlesex
County Championship title, with Anderson and
Streczyk placing second.
Teamwork and determination have gone a long
way this season toward improving previous rec-
21 New Brunswick ............. 21
10 Piscataway ................ 20
37 Woodbridge.................. 9
28 East Brunswick..............15
20 Madison ................... 18
35 Kennedy ................... 9
36 Perth Amboy ............. 11
108 157 lbs.First Row: C. Zampina, C. Bell, M. Gabarcy, C. Lokeman, R. Ille». Second Row: R. Pohero, W. Porter, G. Jordan, W. Beach,
K. Mairc, A. Minton, T. Hoover. Third Row: Mr. Mcttlcr, C. Zipprich, J. Yost, R. Muceia, D. Povendo, T. Surdyka, G. Shaffer,
J. Pemberton, Mr. Coleman.
MANAGERS: B. Cantamessa, L. Gardis
Cross Country Managers
Under the leadership of Coach Jack Coleman,
the 1067 Cross Country team compiled a fine record.
The Eagle Harriers showed a great improvement
over last season’s record. Paced by Junior Captain,
Charlie Zipprich, new stars and new records were
established. Zipprich placed first in the Central
Jersey District Championships and also broke the
Edison.coursc record three times.
Another new star, Junior Ted Surdyka, finished
first in the J.V. invitational meet.
“MIGHTY MITE BOU UN£ CLUB
First Row: S. Phcil, L. Girardin, D. Menon, J. Klorinan. G. While. J. Broker, C. Maybin, J. Placko. J. Martin, K. Azangcr.
Second Row: Mr. Wallace—advisor; G. Torok, K. Kiley, L. Sandras, T. Krumeich, P. Raszka, D. Borwcgcn, D. Pynch, D.
Bagan, D. Kost, M. LeMay, J. Morrelle. Third Row: D. Browning. K. Maire, J. Obendorfer, W. Lykc, M. Hagar, R. Kaye, D.
Illes, I). Lefkowitz. J. Kapolka, J. Bonano, B. Bethea. Fourth Row: S. Cleveland, T. Evans, W. Sullivan, D. Yuhas, H. Mcrson,
A. Friedman, C. Martino, V. Sutter, B. Dillon, J. Glodck.
Left to Right: T. Brookes, T. Zink, Mr. Reilly—advisor. D. Sokol,
MIDDLESEX COUNTY GOLF CHAMPS
First Rou: H. Egcland, C. Hadley. Second Row: Mr.
Lynch—advisor; T. Evans, D. Short, G. Rothman, A. Fox,
D. Ready.VA QUY QOOCZ
VARSITY TEAM: Kneeling: A. Espadu, J. Chmura. T. Hurley, J. Am per, C. Borbcly, D.
Bruskin. Standing: S. Wilision, G. Mikitzki, J. While, D. Mullen, J. Donovan, R. Vicari,
CO-CAPTAINS—J. White. B. Lyke
J. V. SOCCER
First Roif: H. Tilman, J. Reilly, T. Wenxe, C. May-
bin, G. Zaratte. P. Sclingo, G. While. Second Row:
R. Novice, T. Lcise, G. Greenspan, I. Feldman, A.
Sparrow, G. Harman, J. Mullen.
» ■BILL LYKE
Led by high scoring John White, junior, and John
Donovan, senior, with twenty-one and seventeen goals
respectively, the ETHS soccer team compiled a fine 10-
4 1 record.
Beginning the season with just five returning starters
the hooters went on to set a Middlesex County record
of sixty goals in one season. This scoring punch proved
to be a threat to every team in the county.
The Eagles placed three members on the year’s All-
County selection. Senior co-captain Bill Lyke and
junior co-captain John White were first team members
and John Donovan was chosen for the third.
11 Colonia .............................0
10 Woodbridgc ......................... 0
0 E. Brunswick ....................... 4
7 J.F.K............................... 3
4 Madison ............................ 2
6 Colonia ............................ 0
2 Plainfield ......................... 1
2 Perth Amboy..........................0
3 Sayreville ......................... 1
0 J. P. Stevens........................4
10 Woodbridge ......................... 2
2 J. P. Stevens........................2
0 Perth Amboy ........................ 2
Junior JOHN WHITE114
DAVE BRUSKINTop Row: Mr. Nuzzo, K. Page, H. Egeland, D. Toth, R. Sargeant, R. Illis, R. Ray, V. Sargent, J. Stefani. R. Bucci, S. Provenzano, J. Yost,
C. Dow, E. Korzin, Mr. Jarvis. Middle Row: T. Irwin, M. Kashtock. V. Bell, G. Shafer, N. Cenova, G. Meeker, R. Muccia, B. Jacobson, C.
Zipprich, T. Surdyka, G. Bloom, J. Pewberton, E. Anderson. Bottom Row: B. Davis, T. Griffin, J. Kirkpatrick, M. Gabony, A. Minton, C. Lokeman, F.
Fiorello, J. Susswein, J. Gavigan.
The indoor cindermen were hampered by the
piercing cold air and continuous snow. Under
the leadership of coach Paul Nuzzo, the track-
sters were led by a determined group of seniors.
At the beginning of the season development
meets were held at Jersey City for state and
Medals were won by Stu Provenzano in the
60 yard dash, Gene Meeker and Kevin Page
in the high hurdles, Ted Surdyka in the quarter
mile, Charlie Zipprich, the mile, and Virgil
Sargent and John Stefani in the shot put.
61 Colonia..................... 16
34 St. Joseph’s ............... 38
42 Highland Park .............. 35
40 Sayrcville ................. 39
35Y Woodbridgc .................. 35V
“EXPERIENCE” is the key word
for this year’s baseball team. A power-
ful pitching staff will propel the team
into a most rewarding season. The
enthusiastic preparation and well-de-
veloped skill of the boys will lead the
Eagles to a successful season, long to
GEORGE MIKITZKI118119OR W ZAriQN£OFFICERS: Seated: T. Cobb, secretary; C. Rothman, President; F. Bonis,
Vice-President. Standing: C. Gove, Treasurer; Mr. Jolly, advisor; D. Kindon,
MR. WIMMER—co-curricular coordinator
SENIORS—JUNIORS: First Row: G. Koslosky, D. O’Sicja, D. Prcndcrgast, L. Faas, D. Ritz, L.
Mel tier, S. Stull, C Schacter. Second Row: 1). Harris, P. Snyder, A. Cohen, M. Pushic, L. Memagh
C. Fisher, L. Schmidt, D. Borwegan. Third Row: C. Baldwin, J. Klorman, J. Kitzi, J. Allen. B.
Dominick, C. Melinowski, F. Levy, W. Anderson. Fourth Row: D. Goldstein, A. Saks, R. Levine,
P. Corcoran, M. Malone, K. Murphy, V. Slabodian, R. Azangcr.
The Student Council is an organization
which enables the student to promote and
direct student activities. It strives to
achieve understanding and cooperation
not only between students and teachers,
but among the students themselves. Ad-
vocating the formation of a more unified
student body, the Student Council also
encourages leadership among the stu-
dents. Representatives to the Student
Council are given the opportunity to pre-
pare for their coming years as American
SOPHOMORES-FRESHMEN: First Row: R.
Jones, K. Ballas, I). Kost, A. Weingarl, J.
Dipplc, A. Roscnfcld, A. Stivanclli. Second Row:
K. Frisch, D. Zatrcpalek. F. Feketi. R. Difede, D.
Rosenthal, P. Carter, J. Insobclla. Third Row: B.
Davis, M. Ford, D. Tamm, M. Alvarez, E. Dunfy,
C. Fisher, E. Pctro.
122SENIOR, CLASS COUNCIL
Row 1: L. Faas, K. Gardzinski, L. Cardus, L.
Valenti, M. Smith. Row 2: M. Fifick, D. Kursay
L. Jannone, P. Buck, L. Moore, L. William». Row
3: J. Obendorfer, M. Rebarber, L. Langcnohl, M.
Dclahunty, D. Toth.
JUNIOR, CLASS OFFICERS
Seated: B. Novak—secretary, G. Bloom—president, L. Mcltzer—
treasurer. Standing M. Cantore—vice-president, Mr. Travis—ad-
SENIOR, CLASS OFFICERS
Seated: M. Paul—treasurer, P. Di Gioia—president, J. Russo—
vice-president. Standing: Mr. DiNardo—advisor, S. Papp—sec-
Row 1: A Healy, S. Williams, S. Curry, S. Weiss, R. Fried-
man, C. Schactcr. Row 2: L. Brclcr. F. Levy, D. Harris,
L. Greenfield, N. Vlict, L. Riggs, F. Bonis. Row 3: C.
Mazanoski, I. Toth, B. Barlow, J. Kitzi, J. Alvator, R.
123£OPWO UOR£ CIACC
First Row: M. McGinn, G. Bodncr, J. Benneche, D. Palmer, I). Kost, B. Katchcn,
V. Montanino. Second Row: C. Willinbrock, L Tipaldo, M. Cladck, J. Hurley, J.
Wirtz, V. Sc , man ski. Third Row: J. Kirkpatrick, P. Cardzinski. C. Anderson, R.
Terzian, M. Sokol. Fourth Row: R. Drumhcllcr, J. Bohannan, J. Corcoran, K. Sizo,
D. Blckicki, P. Noonan.
OFFICERS: Seated: K. Balias, Secretary, B. Taylor, President, K.
Vicgclman, Vice-President. Standing: Miss Tcringcr, Advisor, L.
FRESHMAN CWSS REPRESENTATIVES
First Row: A. Baltov, J. Carnes, K. Hurley, A. Thomas. Second Row:
G. Haberer, C. Harmon, T. Festa, P. Ricmschncider.
OFFICERS: Seated: J. Wyatt, B. Davis—president, D. Krone. Standing: B.
Giroux, Mr. Jarvis, Advisor.Eight times throughout the year the student
body excitedly awaits the distribution of the school
newspaper. The paper stimulates the students to an
awareness of school affairs and publishes news of
general interest.' It senes as a communication link
between the students, and among the students
themselves. The staff receives training in journal-
istic techniques, business circulation, as well as
reporting and editing. As a result of their excellent
work, we have one of the best papers in the area.
EDITORS: First Row: R. Azanger, D. McLaughlin, L. Brclcr,
K. Bettyas, F. Bonis. Second Row: R. Sergeant, T. Viscardi, R.
Turner, M. Putcrbaugh, D. Fabian.
M. Dclahunty, co-editor; Mrs. Brcitkopf, advisor; K. Dzuban, co-
REPORTERS: First Row: N. Fudge, P. Taylor, M. Morris, A. Wcihgart, S.
Papp. Second Row: R. Brown, M. Silk, K. Webber, M. Toth, D. Harris, K.
Bettyas. Third Row: T. Lewis, J. Donovan, D. Bailey, R. Singer, R. Azangcr.F MA
v. pres. Standing: D. Me I.n»i«hlin, treas.; J. Thorpe, pari.; Sirs. Donahay,
advisor; C. Harmon, hist; Miss Raganclli, advisor.
Future Homemakers of America is a nation-wide
organization of young women studying home ec-
onomics. It helps the individual in improving per-
sonal character, family and community living pre-
sently and in future years. Its challenging motto is
“Toward New Horizons.” Following this, they
recognize that the community affects the well being
of family members. FHA’crs participate in town-
ship service projects, volunteer work for institutions
and assist with fund drives—a few of the many ser-
vices they perform.
SENIORS — JUNIORS
Kneeling: K. Jones, J. Wolak, K. Lieberman, K. Hanley, D. Costanlino, L. Mingoia, A. Redmond, S. Noll. Second
Row: L. Mancuso, P. Me Laughlin, C. Swcrdlow, B. Novak, D. Pynch. M. Morris, P. Roscoe, P. Piccianni, D.
Bagan. Third Row: K. Taylor, L. Ferrara, R. Mattie, D. Colby. V. Wilson, N. Vliet, J. Vinczi, R. Prcstano,
B. Elmycr. Fourth Row: R. Peterson, L. Carter, M. Hagar, I). Catalusci, K. Rockfcllcr, D. Me Laughlin, J. Thorpe,
P. Guastella, P. Di Gioia. Fifth Row: M. Vasnelis, M. Putcrbaugh, K. Walsh, M. Louis, B. Hamilton, P. Merrill, B.
Schultzc, D. Zavist, D. Fodor.
First Row: Mrs. Donahay, advisor; S.
Boland, A. Thomas, P. Goodgcm, B.
Schafer, F. Amicarelli, Miss Raganclli,
advisor. Second Row: G. Borden, C.
Domzalski, E. Demetroulakos, M. Ma-
rino, S. Klorman, H. Adclbcrg. Third
Row: P. Carter, K. Finnegan, C. Schrcf-
fler, A. Reed, S. Dupree, L. Tipaldi, C.
Harmon. Fourth Row: M. Wolk, C.
Anderson, M. Sokol, S. Price, P. Bailey,
D. Olpinski, J. Bethea.
The Future Teachers of America helps those in-
terested in teaching to decide if this is the career
for them. FTA’ers are devoted to year-round proj-
ects of donating books to the Edison High School
Library and to give scholarships to deserving grad-
uating members of the club. Through group discus-
sions, speakers, films, and observing classes in the
local elementary schools, the members learn the
heartbreaks and rewards of teaching.
First Row: S. Dennis, S. Rosenfel l, J. Yuschik, S.
Gandek, J. Woller, L. Dcmko. Second Row: K.
Wolchko, J. Benneche, G. Bodnar, B. Levitt, K.
Levy, L. Schmidt. Third Row: K. Cohen, L. Green-
field, E. Doyon, R. Mattie, D. Wise, K. Carrado.
Fourth Row: K. Scajco, B. Hamilton, B. Wyman,
S. Camp, K. Dann, J. Misty.ten.
First Row: Mrs. Demers—Advisor, K. Lass, S.
Boland, M. Marion, B. Schaefer. Second Row: D.
Muself, L. Shipman. J. Baron, C. Herczku, L
Toth, A. Herman. Third Row: B. Summers, D.
Lee, V. Sloi odian, I). Kindon, J. Bethea. Not
Pictured: Diane Borbcly—President.
First Row: Mr. Sofka advisor, J. Wcisz, T. Genova, M. Malone, M. Silk, R. Larson, C. Zainpino.
Second Row: M. Dotsko, A. Freedman, R. Kaye, G. Creenspan, R. Klciser, J. Kapolka. V. Wolezak.
Third Row: T. Golden, R. Pellegrini, D. Sokol, T. Viscardi, T. Schulman, H. Merson. Fourth
Row: B. Caldwell, D. Goldstein, G. Rothman, A. Saks, M. Szemereta, C. Schocmaker, G. Voice.
KEY CLUB OFFICERS
Seated: M. Dotsko—treasurer. M. Malone—president, T. Viscardi
—vice president. Standing: R. Kleiscr—secretary.
GIRLS SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS
Sealed: A. Gavctt—historian, Beth Baptiste—president, Maureen Hagar—
vice President. Standing: L. Cohon—secretary, C. Kecvil—treasurer, Mrs.
First Row: A. Thomas, J. Tywanick, N. Viscinus. L. Mcmagli, P. Underwood, A. Gavctt, K. Hanley,
J. Cintura, L. Demko, Mrs. A. Signorelli. Second Row: G. Nichnowitz, L. Fiorino, C. Kecvil, S. Gondola,
S. Mingoia, D. Dotsko, E. Piccolomini, D. Rosenthal, L. Cohon. Row Three: E. Dcmctrovlakos, K. Cohon,
J. Nadan, S. Schreiber, L. Holler, B. Baptiste, N. Underwood, L. Reid, S. Wccscy. Fourth Row: C. An-
derson, M. White, M. Hagar, J. Eldridge, B. Wyman, A. Schreiber, S. Andrcco, W. Burris, J. Hammer, S.
First Row: Mrs. Fry, Advisor; R. Ondeyka, C. Spitzmillcr,
N. Stauffer. Second Row: C. Steiner, B. Marshall, P. Sliute.
First Row: Mr. Thompson, Advisor; J. Urbach, S. Schreibcr,
T. Knimeich, Sec.; M. Lauber. Second Row: A. Marcano,
J. Reidcr, C. Johnson. C. Voice, Pres. Third Row: D. Pcler,
B. Drumheller, C. Rothman, M. Szemercta, V. Pres.
First Row: Mr. Lcvcnduski, Advisor; J. Kapolka, D.
Merson. B. Waters, R. Azanger, A. Sowinski. Second
Row: T. Leise, M. Bullock, R. Kaye, J. Broker, P.
Reimsehncidcr, B. Schneider. Third Row: B. Lewis, B.
Lamkic, M. Dotsko, A. Kvartek, A. Chcslow.
Sealed: K. Kwittcr, M. Fifick, M. Silk. Standing: R. Sergeant, C. Schoemaker.
Not Pictured: Mrs. Harrison, advisor.
First Row: Mrs. Walsh, Advisor; D. Stone, P. Galindo, A.
Grand jean. Second Row: C. Hcniku, M. Maloney, V. Szymanski.
Third Row: J. Aiders, B. Grandjean, K. Walsh, R. Terzian.
First Row: Mr. Harris, advisor; D. Walls, J. Margolin,
E. Dunphy. Second Row: D. Walls I. Luiwa, D. Tolwin-
First Row: Miss Kuchta, advisor; B. Howell, A. Grand-
jean, L. Byron, V. Bodic. Second Row: 1). Hatchman,
J. Kinsclla, P. Galindo, D. Borwcgan. J. Sa. Third
Row: A. Morrell, B. Grandjean, M. Slarego, I). Musolf,
First Row: Mr. Jacobson, advisor; P. Conrad, M. Lardicri. I). St.
Laurent, D. Baron. Second Row: C. Martino, C. Duda, J. Oben-
dorfer, K. Bahruth, L. Baton. Third Row: D. Me Avoy, B. Lewis, F.
Regulski, F. Stratowski, V. Scarpa.
First Row: S. Epstein, B. Schafer, M. Azanger. Second
Row: M. Silk, B. Welder, J. Rcider.
First Row: Mr. Kaplan, advisor; I). Molchan, F.
Lusky, R. Turner, L. Ferrara, L. Valenti, M.
Smith. Second Row: B. DeSantis, C. Greenspan,
D. Lefkowitz, M. Langan, F. Pietoso, T. Caputo.
Third Row: M. Zell, B. Bertolatus, M. Vasnelis,
B. Sullivan, R. Bleckiki, R. Brown.
SfcJN DMN CLUB
First Row: Mr. Thompson, Advisor, M. Cladck. D. Zack, J.
Placko, I). Borwegan, P. Radzawich. Second Row: I). Merson, I.
Toth, M. Rebarber, L. I-mgenohl, E. Dunphye, N. Numerof.
Third Row: V. Bell, R. Loeb, M. Szemerta, F. Regulski, J.
Glodek, K. Minnerly.
First Row: B. Robins, G. Zink, R. Turner, V. Gutwein, L. Tolh, J. Margolin.
Second Row: E. Bunko. W. Calamoncri, G. Mikilzki, A. DiNicola, C. Haynes, S.
Briggs, Mr. Stark, Conductor. Third Row: D. Hutchinson, M. Walley, D. Pelcr,
A. Goyas, J. Zalinsky.
First Row: Mrs. Gross, Advisor; D. Wise, Recording See.;
J. Woller, Corresponding Sec.; B. Kimclman, Treasurer; L.
Martz, First Vice Pres.; Mr. Jacobson, Advisor. Second Row:
J. Margolin, Parliamentarian; D. Pcler, President; G. Roth-
man, Sergcant-at-Arms; J. Boles, Second Vice President.
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
First Row: J. Sa, A. Gavctt, K. Kwittcr, A. Brown, L.
Valenti, J. Hansen, M. Smith. Second Row. L. Mancuso, K.
Levy, J. Loetzer, R. Wciscnborn, P. Buck, L. Moore, K.
Jones. Third Row: M. Fifick, J. Yost, E. Doyon, R. Mc-
Clelland, B. Levitt, M. Mancuso, M. Malone. Fourth Row:
M. Paul, M. Hagar, K. Murphy, M. Rebarber, P. DiGioia,
D. Toth, L. Williams.
First Row: M. Starego J. Alvator, T. Genova, R. Bahruth, J. Obendor-
fer, D. Merson. Second Row: L. Mirbach. W. Lvkc, M. Bullock, D.
Bolduc, L. Kanis, P. Conrad, C. Johnson. Third Row: I). Mullen, R.
Turner, T. Bohannan, D. Tolwinski, D. Sokol, T. Viscardi. Fourth
Row: R. Rcgulski, R. Bauer, J. Aptaker, L. Bonn, G. Voice, M.
Szcmcrcta, R. Sergeant.
First Row: J. Kruger, L. Lund, F. Bonis, A.
Redmond, V. Bodie, S. Noll. Second Row:
L. Cohon, J. Holcombe, J. Vinccni, D.
Stone, J. Yuschik, K. Lickcrman, A. Obcl-
lero. Third Row: C. Bloom, J. Namba, J.
Urbach, V. Wilson, N. Vliet, I). Harris.
Fourth Row: D. McLaughlin, D. Kinden, S.
Schreiber, G. Richmond, R. I aPlaca, D.
Blaszka, N. Numcrof.
First Row: R. Kaye, G. Greenspan, R. Klciscr, J. Klorman, G. Jordan,
M. Langan, B. Hansen. Second Row: K. Walsh, D. Yuhas, J. Abate,
E. Korein, H. Knudsen, B. Schultz. Third Row: R. Locb, M. Vasnclis,
D. Schiller, P. Dandola, R. DiTomasso, T. Marcano. Fourth Row: S.
Kojsa, J. Pinter, G. Toth, J. Zalinski, J. Alhcrs, B. Lewis.
First Row: K. Walshko, D. Knoebel, S. Abrcms, M. Ianni, B.
Katchen, A. Rosenficld, Y. Montanino. Second Row: M. Tractcn-
berg, D. Rosenthal, B. Neuber, C. Nagy, I). Briant, J. Benneche,
G. Bognar. Third Row: K. Wcscott, S. Crog, K. Dann. J. Mistysyn,
J. Toroski, R. Tech, J. Goudie. Fourth Row: R. Drumbeller, I.
Feldman, D. Jobbins, B. Sullivan, R. Dulla, W. Schneider, J.
Rider, S. Andrcjco.
Foreground: Karla Jones, ma-
jorette; Rich Turner, drum ma-
jor. First Row: V. Cutwein, D.
Hutchinson, M. Ianni, M.
Jcnoricki, T. Lozak. F. Phillip,
L. Valenti, M. Smith. Second
Row: Mr. B. Stark, conductor;
M. Cutwein, J. Turoski, F.
Lusky, L. Ferrara, I Toth, D.
Annis, B. Robins. C. Hcrczku,
L. Baton, C. Doyon, M. Wallcy.
Third Row: P. Riemschneider,
J. Eldridgc, C. Michael, J. Mar-
golin, K. Wescott, M. Silk, W.
Anderson, S. Briggs, G. Ha nes,
A. DeNicola. Fourth Row: P.
Orvos, E. Banko, S. Williston,
W. Calamoneri, D. Davis, C.
Baron, S. Beaver, D. Blaszka,
B. Riemschneider. R. Shipman.
Fifth Roto: D. Pelcr, I. Feld-
man, G. Mikitzki. W. Godfrey,
A. Phillip. R. McManus. S.
Chcrlin, B. Lambach, C. Shroba,
First Row: K. Haines, G.
Torok, E. Doyon. M. Lopez. L.
Mancuso, L. Cohon, B. Levitt,
L. Toth. S. Mingoia, B.
Schultz. Second Row: A. Saks,
L. Poor. R- Grandjean, Mr.
Hughes. Advisor, D. Tamm, D.
Popcr, G. HenUchel, P. Suss-
Ursl Row: Mr. Hughes, Ad-
visor, C. Summers, B. Levitt,
J. Loetzcr, K. Walsh, F.
Phillip, M. Lopez, L. Man-
cuso, L. Cohon, S. Mingoia,
F. Lusky, R. Prcstano, L.
Toth. Second Row: K.
Haines, B. Schultzo, S.
Hurst. G. Torok, S. Robin-
son, S. Kent, E. Doyon. L.
Martz, L. Bea, M. Rebarbcr,
P. Lohse. M. Palumbo. Third
Row: I. Luizza, A. Marcano,
R. Grandjean. W. Krcykcn-
liohm, D. Collctto, J. Flah-
erty, D. Tamm, R. Brown,
G. Jordon. Fourth Row: A.
Saks, G. Mikitzki, R. Han-
son, L. Poor, D. Poper, B.
I-ewis, G. Hcntschel, J.
First Row: F. Phillip. S. Hoffman, S.
Janscck, A. Cavctl, E. Stevens, Z. Tafuni,
M. Lojr'z, Mr. Hughes. Advisor. Second
Row: M. Rebarber, S. Kent, E. Doyon, S.
Mingoia, M. Recp. J. Loctzer, I.. Maneuso.
Third Row: K. Haines, P. I-oh e, L. Bea,
S. Hurst. M. .Maneuso, I.. Mart .. B. fcevitt.
Fourth Row: I). Colleito, R. Hansen, G.
Hentsche), P. Susswein, A. Saks, R. Brown,
First Row: Mr. Hughes, Advisor,
R. Prestano, V. Zino, C. Renda,
K. Welsh, J. Yusehik, S. Swcrd-
low, L. Mingoia, K. Radice, J.
Gonsalves, A. Redmond, S. Noli.
Second Row: C. Mazanoski, S.
Pepe, F. I.usky, A. Lopez, S.
Wecsey, C. Kccvil, L. Toth, H.
Cohon, D. Smerko, L. Cohon.
Third Row: P. Brognar. M.
Palumbo, B. Schultzc, f). Zavist,
B. Wcingart, G. Jordon. L.
Carter, P. Whelan, C. Summers.
Fourth Row: D. Poper, B. Lewis,
I. I.uizza, G. Meeker, L. Pryor,
G. Mikitzki. B. Grandjean, T.
Marcano, W. Kreykcnbohm.
FRE£WMAN — SOPHCVUORE CHOROS
First Row: Mr. Hughes, T. Ryan, H. Adclbcrg, P. Feldman, M. Keiscr, C. Williams M. Azanger, M. Cardillo, G. DeRasno, L.
Cornell, E. Abate, N. Stauffer. Second Row: D. VanDeventer, S. Miller, L. Donnata, M. Boardman, N. Vicinus, C. Habarcr, E. Lesser,
C. Brown, I). Yost, C. Gerhardtz, H. Brown. S. Robinson. Third Row: G. Torok, K. I-iPl.iga, L. DeSantis, P. Harrison, L. Olsen, P.
Carter, S. Smith, .N. Sutton. N. McCuire, M. Ensana, M. Dice. Fourth Row: D. Dobbs, J. Struve, V. Musselwhite, M. Kocsca, C. Kessler,
S. Short, G. Courtney, M. White, C. Anderson, S. Cohen, R. Tech. Fifth Row: K. Fox, C. Maybin, S. Briggs, T. Zavist, J. Schulman,
R. Drumhcllcr, M. Kurtz. F. Rochow, D. Tamm, J. Flaherty, J. Reider. W. Brown, M. Silk.
L. to R.: P. Buck, L. Langenohl, G. Skinner.
Front Center: R. Virgili, P. Carter. L. to R. Rack: J. Dippc), M. Dice, J. Mataraoo,
L. Olivier, L. Saunders . I. Slcdd, P. Dennen, H. Buscano.
Front Row: D. Toth, L. Langcnohl, S. Dennis. Back Row: S. Stull, J. Kruger, D. Prendcr-
gast, B. Schultzec, S. Jaffurs, A. Forncr, L. Lund.
LINDA FIORINO—Eagle Mascot
First Row: J. Radford, P. Radabough, J. Wyatt, R. Hanson, J. Allen, C. Anderson, L. Williams,
P. Conrad. Second Row: Miss Clemens, advisor; L. Haley, C. Williams, V. Bartholow, S. Curry, K.
Wilson, G. Skinner.
KATHY WILSON—1st Lieutenant
LINDA WILLIAMS—2nd LieutenantD ILL75AM
Foreground: P. Buck. Background: K. Me Quire, K. Amcrcin, L. Moore, C.
Me Gotty, A. Haley, P. Brogna, J. Hansen, L. Shipman, M. Smith, P. O'Neil,
L. MOORE, J. HANSEN
L. SHIPMAN, C. MC GOTTY
The G.A.A. promotes competitive spirit and team
work among the girls under a fun-filled, relaxed
atmosphere. Each Monday after school the members
participate in various sports including field hockey,
soccer, basketball, volleyball,- softball, and speed-
ball. In the midst of all this activity the girls arc
able to produce the annual “Gym Jamboree”, which
enables them to sponsor the cheerleaders, twirlers,
color guard, and drill team.
JUNIORS—SENIORS: First Row: D. Pynch, A.
Fomcr, D. Constantino. S. Stulil. Second Row: J.
Ruh.so, N. Steint erg, T. Krumeich, D. Borwegan,
S. Roscnfcld. Third Row: Mrs. Kerr, advisor; G.
Richmond, R. Bisonic, J. Mailler, P. Buck, M. Lc
May. Fourth Row: C. Mazonoski, M. Lauber, P.
Erdo, S. Hurst, L. Langcnohl.
FRESHMEN—SOPHOMORES: First Row: K.
Saunders, A. Wcingart, C. Carter, M. Blonder, A.
Thomas, R. Virgilo. J. Dipplc, A. Stivanelli. Sec-
ond Row: I). Mackey. M. Marino, B. Philpot, C.
Brown, M. Conroy, S. Klorman, K. Moore, R.
Jones, D. Kost. Third Row: D. Titsch, I. Slcdd,
A. Schuster, K. Powers. S. Bode, S. Marcy, K.
Ballas, S. Smith. Fourth Row: C. Anderson, K.
Dann, L. Canavcra, C. Willcnbrock. J. Coudie, L.
Tipaldi, M. Wolk, V. Namnias. Fifth Row: K.
Mullen, S. Nelson, B. Turk, J. Goetz, D. Kroon, K.
Shekel, J. Fisher, V. Namias.
First Row: Mr. Coleman, advisor; M. Walley, J. Pemberton, E. Korzin. S. Doktor, C. Jordan, J. Yost, R. Ciafferone, C. Bloom, J. Chumura, T.
Hurley, Mr. Reilly, advisor. Second Row: T. Surdyka, R. Williams, J. Arnpcr, B. Lykc, C. Abate, N. Genova, H. Egcland, T. Hoover, K. Page.
Third Row: B. Louis, T. Bohannan, G. Mikitzki, J. White, E. Hagerty, J. Stefani, C. Martino, G. Schaefer, G. Dow. Fourth row: M. Zell, R.
Podlaski, R. Ray, C. Zipprkh, G. Meeker, D. Mullen, M. Pclcr, L. Pcrrochino, D. Rinchcimcr.
First Roic: Miss Vonoczky—advisor, S.
Robinson, R. Tech, M. Casey, M.
Azangcr. Second Roic: J. Rcidcr, S.
Andrcjco, M. Ford, J. Placko, S. Miller.
Third Row: I. Feldman, D. Jobbins, J.
Clodek, C. Brossy.
JUNIOR- CLASSICAL LEAGUE.
First Row. Mrs. Moore—advisor, C. Herszku, L. Riggs, K.
Walsh. Second Row: T. Hynes, H. Knudson, J. Lipich, A.
Cohen. Not Pictured: B. May.
First Row: Mrs. Chcrnick—advisor, K. Kemlcr, T. Knimcich, P. Casque,
S. Gandek. Second Row: D. Harris, D. Halchman, I). Pynch, L. Glemann, S.
Gondola. Third Row: D. Slromoski, M. Poller, M. Laubcr, R. Bisonic, K.
First Row: Miss Yarnall—advisor,
L. Reid, K. Hanley, J. Dipple, L.
Halley, Mrs. Gaito—advisor. Sec-
ond Row: B. Torok, D. Musolf, K.
Taylor, V. Zino, Si. Morris, M.
Santalucia. Third Row: R. Hansen,
R. Levine, I). Poper, B. Yager, R.
Dillon, J. Alvator.
141NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row: R. Saul, D. Wise, M. Stem, L. Mancuso, L. Valenti,
J. Hansen. Second Row: K. Dzuban, L. Bea, P. DiCioia, L.
Langenohl, M. Rebarber, J. Yost, E. Doyon. Third Row: P.
Susswein, J. Boles, R. Hansen, T. Viscardi, B. Wyman, P.
First Row: K. Cardzinski, K.
Jones, J. Sa, A. Brown, S. Dennis,
L. Stock, L. Byron, A. Gavett, L.
Demko. Second Row: L. Young,
L. Duerr, S. Dillon, B. Uveges, S.
Kent, C. Baldwin, R. McClelland,
J. Loetzer. K. Levy. Third Row:
S. Cleveland, D. Bolduc; L.
Kasas; L. Smith, I). Browning,
L. Williams, D. Toth, K. Murphy,
P. Thorpe. T. Genova. Fourth
Row: B. Caldwell; G. Voice, R.
Bauer, R. Sergeant, R. Bucci, G.
Dowl, M. Dotsko, R. Pellegrini,
M. Starego, H. Egeland.
Row One: A. Obcllciro,
J. Wolak, D. Constantino,
K. Hanley, K. Lieber-
manu. F. Bonis, C. Spitz-
miller, A. Redmond, J.
Doglc; Second Row: J.
Vinezi, L. Riggs, K.
Betty as, T. Krumcich, N.
Fudge, L. Lehman, A.
Lopez, G. Kosloski, J.
Yuschik. Third Row: K.
Amrein, A. Cohen, L.
Lcffhalm, L. Ferrara, L.
Greenfield, V. Wilson,
M. Casey, L. Cohon, J.
Holcombe. Fourth Row:
C. Meeker, S. Laskin, I).
Zavist, G. Workman, D.
Ryan, J. Layng, M. Rauh,
D. Konapacki, C. Sutter,
S. Schrciber. Fifth Row:
D. Rinchcimcr, J. Ahlcrs,
D. Yuhas, J. Klorman, F.
Cassalle, M. Puterbaugh,
B. Sehultze, D. Me
Lauglin, N. Numcrof.
142NHS OFFICERS: Seated: C. Johnson, vice-president; P. Susswein, president. Standing: P. Conrad,
secretary; Mr. Owen, advisor; D. Wise, treasurer.
Seated: K. Walsh, F. Rosenwasscr, D.
Toth. Standing: J. Klorman, Mrs.
Moore, Advisor; J. Sa.
First Row: Mrs. Ferrer,
advisor; K. Hanley, L.
Cardus, L. Valenti, A.
Thomas, L. Mcltzer, K.
Canavan, J. Dippel. Sec-
on Row: J. Allen, M.
Lardicri, I- Greenfield,
V. Zino, M. Morris, S.
MeGroarty, K. Walsh. K.
Licberman. Row 3: A.
Saks, J. Ahlcrs, F.
Casalc, R. Bertolatus, K.
Mairc, P. Conrad, G.
Workman, I). Ryan.
A TRjORCAL JOURNEY TO . . .
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What do you mean by telling me the world
is going to end before fourth period?NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY
Seated: A. Sak», I. Kajas, C. Johnson. Standing: R. Brown, D. Buckelew, Mr. Oliver, Advisor; P. Calamoneri, A.
Cohen, Cila Marrero.
Cast in order of appearance:
Sister Sagrario ..................................... Ann Cohen
Sister Marcella .................................... Joanne Cobb
The Prioress ................................. Christine Johnson
Sister Joanna of the Cross..........................Helene Gubik
Mistress of Novices.......................................... Peg Calamoneri
The Vicaress .................................... Debbie Buckelew
Sister Tornera .................................. Ann Bcvilacqua
Sister Inez .................................... Arlene Rosenthal
Doctor..................................................... David Vickery
Sister Maria Jesus ............................... Nancy ‘Wogan
Poet (In Interlude) .............................. Wayne Konnyu
Teresa ............................................. Pat Havens
Antonio ............................................. Alex Saks
Monitors, Nuns of the Convent ....................... Dee Kohut
Off-stage Voice of the Countryman .................. Tom Povlich
Cast in order of appearance:
Mama ...................... Double casted---- Christine Johnson
Papa ............................................... Joe Martino
Belly .......................................... Linda Di Dario
Frank ............................................... Dan Peler
Susi ................................................ Dee Kohut
Peter ........................................... Mark Szemcrcta
Evelyn...............................................Lynne Kasas152WU- PRODUCTION, 1967
I’m not lying on the floor, they’re standing
on the wall!156
All right, which one of you stole my chocolate
cake?The last kid that didn't have a pass is now living right about here.
Now you know—I am Mr. Terrific.
What lesson plans!? I'm not finished with my crossword
Just the facts. Ma’am, just the
JEFF ROSS and TED AYOTTE
Best Looking—Biggest Eyes—Cutest Smile
TON Y VISCARDI
Most Likely to Succeed
Done Most for Class
Best MusicianCIA££ NIGHT '68
Always Tardy Jennie Russo Jim Story
Class Clown Nancy Steinberg Ed Krupa
Class Ci armer Lynne Kasas Matty Tcrranova
Clinic Guest Fran Toth Joey Marowitz
Class Flirt Lynne Kasas Matty Tcrranova
Best Dressed Claudia Meaney Glenn Rothman
Best Looking Karen Gintcr Lou Perrachino
Best Dancer Steph Sitrcn Bob Bryant
Best Actor Chris Johnson Alex Saks
Biggest Blusher Lynda Faas Tom Hoover
Funniest Laugh Lynda Faas Charlie Sheehan
Favorite Teacher Mrs. Pakcnham Mr. Thompson
Teacher s Terror Kathy McKennon Ed Krupa
Individualists Gail Skinner Tom Kemler
Most Likely to Succeed Chris Johnson Tony Viscardi
Most Unusual Walk Bcv Kimbclman Ray Morris
School Spirit Lee Langenohl Dan Peler
I Love Me Lynne Kasas Mike Wojick
Class Brownie Lee Langenohl Glenn Rothman
Most Popular Linda Faas Ralph Bucci
Longest Hair Kitty Shierloh Phil Susswein
Biggest Eyes Mary Miller Lou Perrichino
Cutest Smile Lynda Faas Lou Perrichino
Happiest Person JoAnn Woller Tony Tamagnini
Friendliest Person Pat Slaven Bob Anderson
Class Wit Nancy Steinberg John Smilek
Office Guest Eileen Morlock Tom Stine
Done Most for Class Judy Russo Tony Viscardi
Class Pals Shirley Dennis Jeff Ross
Lynda Stock Ted Ayotte
Best Musician Karen Haines Rich Turner
Class Scholar Chris Johnson Mike Dotsko
Best Athlete Lee Langenohl Ralph Bucci
159DO YOU REMEMBER,???
Edison’s first win against Stevens?
Doing the Skate and Bugaloo?
Mr. O’Leary climbing the flagpole?
First day at Edison High?
Edison’s first bonfire?
Edison’s last bonfire?
CAN YOU IMAOfNB???
Eddie Smith with a dirty car?
Miss Auerbach lasting 5 minutes without a tantrum?
A closed-in breezeway?
Rich Vicari being uninformed?
Vic Sartain being uninformed?
Ed Krupa with laryngitis?
Miss Puma missing a student with a book?
Mr. Hyc with hair?
School without the P.A. System?
A paved parking lot for students?
Mike Wojcik not saying he’s the greatest?
Edison beating Perth Amb’oy at basketball?
Mr. Patskanick six-foot-two?
A prom with the high school band?
Matty Tcrranova being shy?
A teacher being suspended for smoking?
Mr. DiNardo without a pointer?
The Clinic without lemon drops?
The Library being quiet?
Mr. Coleman losing his temper?
160HAPPINESS is a job
Good luck to the Talon
Staff of 1969
“Peanuts drawings by Tony Viscardi with
apologies to Charles M. Schulz—Courtesy
of the New Brunswick Home News—United
Feature Syndicate, Inc. 1950, 1954, 1959,
Art and layout Editor
MISS J. PUMA
MRS. R. PAKENHAM
163ABATE, SAM C.
101 Garden Terrace
ALESSI, PAUL S.
132 Winthrop Road
Audio-Visual Aids 1: Baseball 1; Chefs'
Club 2. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club
ALVATOR, JOHN J.
78 Schuyler Drive
Academy of Science 3, 4; Baseball 1;
Spanish Club 4.
AMITY, WILLIAM J.
2392 Woodbridge Avenue
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANDERSEN, ROBERT F.
101 Idlewild Road
Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Wres-
tling 1. 2, 3,4.
ANDERSON, EDWARD R.
28 Columbus Avenue
Track 1,2; Cross Country 2. 3.
ANDERSON, LINDA J.
97 Idlewild Road
Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 2.
10 Regent Court
Academy of Science 3; Bowling Club 3;
Chefs' Club 2; Class Representative 1, 4;
AUGUSTINE, JOSEPH J.
35 Ovington Avenue
AYOTTE, TED J.
80 Campbell Avenue
Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4.
53 Chestnut Street
Academy of Science 3, 4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4.
36 Hi Merest Avenue
Bowling Club 2; Baseball 4.
16 Ovington Avenue
36 Seymour Avenue
Eagle 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3;
Student Council 4; Talon 4 (Editor-in-
Chief); National Honor Society 4.
83 Silvcrlake Avenue
57 Walnut Street
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3; Class Representative
4; Student Council 1, 3.
125 Loring Avenue
Girls’ Service Club 2, 3, 4 (president).
16 Columbus Avenue
37 Andre Avenue
14 Lee Street 2B
Academy of Science 3, 4; Chorus 3; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
30 Richmond Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; A Capella 4;
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3 (State vice
president). 4; F.T.A. 3; Math Club 4;
National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1;
Soccer Manager 4; Student Council 4.
48 Ashley Road
Baseball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Class
108 Garden Terrace
Academy of Science 3, 4; F.agle 2; Mes
Amis 1, 2, 3,4.
3 Columbus Avenue
10 Cleremont Avenue
Academv of Science 3, 4; Class Representa-
tive 2; Drill Team 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 3, 4.
39 Sanders Road
Academy of Science 4; Baseball 1; Basket-
ball 1. Student Council 4; Track 2; Varsity
Club 3, I; Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
4 Weldon Road
Academy of Science 4; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A.
2; Student Council 3; Swim Team 2, 3;
National Honor Society 4.
27 Eardley Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; National Honor
Society 3, 4; Guidance Aid 1, 2, 3, 4.
17 South Heathcote Avenue
45 Proctor Street
Drill Team 4; Eagle 2, 3, 4; Fall Produc-
tion 3; F.H.A. 2. 3 (state treasurer), 4;
Future Nurses 2, 3, 4 (president); G.A.A.
1. 2; Spring Production 3; Student Coun-
218 Old Post Road
F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 2; Tennis
9 Weldon Road
59 Ashley Road
Pep Club 1; National Honor Society 4.
69 Hamlin Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Class Representa-
tive 3, 4; Fall Production 4; F.H.A. 1;
F.T.A. 3; Student Council 4; National
Honor Society 4.
1617 Oaktree Road
A Capella 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1; Eagle
4; Fall Production 3, 4; Football 1; Pho-
tography 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 2, 3,
4; Soccer 2; Thespian Club 3, 4; Wres-
33 Holly Place
Art Club 2, 3; Bowling Club 3, 4; G.A.A.
3; Tennis Club 2; National Honor Society
69 Fairview Avenue
14 Blossom Street
Rifle Club 3; Wrestling 3.
30 Perry Road
Key Club 3,4; Soccer 3,4.
12 Dix Avenue
Class Representative 2; Student Council 3;
23 Melville Road
56 Fern Street
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; National
Honor Society 4.
23 Prescott Street
Academy of Science 3, 4; Class Representa-
tive 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4 (captain);
Student Council 1, 4; Girls’ Track Team 2.
3 Colfax Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Basketball 1;
Chess Club 3,4.
36 Eardley Road
Chorus 2; G.A.A. 1.
13 Walnut Street
Band 2, 3,4.
85 Ashley Road
Art Club 2, 4; Business Club 3, 4 (presi-
dent): Fall Production 4; G.A.A. 2; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
113 Prospect Avenue
Band 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Chorus 3;
Fall Production 3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2;
Spring Production 2; Thespian Society 4.
38 Weldon Road
Basketball 1. 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track
3: National Honor Society 4.
4 Meeker Street
Bowling Club 2; Cheerleader 1; F.T.A. 3,
4; Latin Club 3; Latin Honor Society 3;
Tennis Club 2.
9 Putnam Avenue
Class Representative 1, 2; Football 1;
Photography Club 1; Radio Club 2; Ten-
nis Team 3; Skin Diving Club 4.
12 Langstaff Avenue
Academy of Science 3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A.
1, 2; Pep Club 2; Tennis Club 2; Chorus
1; Cross Country Manager 4.
3 Fairhill Road
27 Walnut Street
165Eagle 1; Track 1, 2; Photography Club 1;
German Club 1.
29 Parkcrson Road
Cheerleaders 2, 3; Class Representative 1,
3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1; Soccer
Manager 4; Talon 4.
26 Westminister Place
F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Talon 4; Stu-
dent Council 4; Guidance Aide 2,3.
17 Johnstone Street
Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3; Football 3, 4.
7 Glenville Road
67 Faii-view Avenue
4 Wilshire Road
Academy of Science 3; Bowling Club 3, 4;
Mes Amis 2, 3; Tennis Club 2; National
Honor Society 4.
77 Procter Street
A Cappclla 4; Chess Club 2; Track 2.
308 Plainfield Avenue
Basketball 1; Football 1, 4; Track 1, 2, 3;
Varsity Club 4.
21 Crescent Road
Academy of Science 4; Bowling Club 1;
Latin Club 1; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Twirlers 3, 4 (Co-
58 Taft Avenue
14 Baxter Road
1 Louise Road
9 Campbell Avenue
36 Kenmore Road
DELAHUNTY, MELINDA M.
136 Idle wild Road
Academy of Science 2; Girls’ Glee Club 1;
Class Representative 3, 4; Eagle 2, 3, 4 (co-
editor 4); Future Homemakers 1, 2; Girls’
Service Club 1; Student Council 2.
DEMERS, RICHARD P.
10 Carmello Drive
DEMKO, ANNE L.
30 Norwood Place
Chorus 2, 3; Girls’ Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; National
Honor Society 4.
DENNIS, SHIRLEY A.
8 Hillcrest Avenue
Academy of Science 3; Cheerleaders 4;
Class Representative 4; F.T.A. 4; GAA 4;
Mes Amis 3; Chorus 1, 2; National Honor
DE SANTIS, GREGORY P.
29 Fairfax Road
Baseball 1; Football 3.
DIETERLE, ROBERT W.
DI GIOIA, PATRICIA J.
18 Moryan Road
National Honor Society 3, 4; Academy of
Science 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Cheer-
leaders 2; Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4;
GAA 1, 2, 3; Mes Amis 1; Pep Club 1;
Class Representative 2, 3; Senior Class
DILLON, SUSAN L.
17 Brookville Road
Student Council 3; National Honor Society
123 Winthrop Road
Baseball 1,2; Football 1, 2.
123 Winthrop Road
Chorus; Nurses Aid.
DODA, EUGENE M.
34 Stony Road
Freshman Class President 1; Football 1, 2,
3; German Club 1; Track 1; Wrestling 2.
DONOVAN, JOHN C.
9 Wilshire Road
Baseball 1; Eagle 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4 (co-
captain) ; Varsity Club 3,4.
DOTSKO, MICHAEL J.
17 Sycamore Avenue
Edison, N.J.Chess Clui» 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Math
Club 2; Future Accountants 2; College
Bowl Team 4; National Honor Society 4.
DOW, GEORGE D.
77 Lexington Avenue
Track 3; Varsity Club 2; Cross Country
2; National Honor Society 4.
DOWD, VIRGINIA M.
37 Colton Road
DOYON, EDITH J.
4 Ferris Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; A Capella 2, 3,
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 4;
G.A.A. 3; Rangercllcs 1, 2, 3; National
Honor Society 3, 4.
DUDLING, BENJAMIN A.
15 Beach Street
DUERR, LINDA E.
48 Morgan Drive
Bowling Club 4; Chorus; National Honor
27 Bradley Drive
Academy of Science 4; Chorus 1; Class
Representative 1. 2; Eagle 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-
editor); F.T.A. 3; Student Council 1, 2;
National Honor Society 3, 4.
EGELAND, HALVOR J.
12 Back Drive
Academy of Science 3; Baseball 1; Golf
Team 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4.
El CHERT, FRANK R.
32 Meeker Avenue
ENDRIZZI, ANTHONY D.
50 Knapp Avenue
ERDO, PAMELA A.
1892 Oak Tree Road
Color Guard 4; G.A.A. 2, 3,4.
FA AS, LINDA
120 Winthrop Road
Bowling Club 3; Business Club 2; Class
Representative 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 4;
G.A.A. 3; Student Council 4.
26 Lahiere Avenue
76 Dalton Place
A Capella 2; F.B.L.A. 2.
4 Dill Court
11 I.oring Avenue
21 South Heathcote Avenue
Class Representative 2; Fall Production 3;
Pep Club 1; Student Council 2; Chorus 1,
37 Ashley Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Class Repre-
sentative 4; Debate Club 1, 2; Math Club
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; College
Bowl Team 4.
339 Plainfield Avenue
10 Hull Drive
Art Club 2; Cheerleaders 4 (Mascot); Fall
Production 2,4; Girls’ Service Club 4.
2172 Woodbridgc Avenue
Academy of Science 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 4; Talon 4.
19 Stoney Road
140 Winthrop Road
Bowling Club 3; Golf Team 3, 4; Dance
Band 3; Rifle Club 1, 2.
32 Mercury Road
Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Base-
ball 1; Latin Club 1.
232 Loring Avenue
72 Ashley Road
23 Violet Place
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
23 Violet Place
Student Council 1.
GALINDO, PATRICIA R.
40 South Heathcote Avenue
Art Club 4; Business Club 4; Chefs’ Club
2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish
11 Brooksidc Road
26 Markham Road
Class Representative 4; F.T.A. 1; Spanish
Club 4; Cross Country Manager 4.
GARDZINSKI, KATHLEEN M.
7 Hill Road
F.T.A. 1; Glee Club; Senior Class Repre-
sentative 4; National Honor Society 4.
46 Bartha Avenue P.O. Box 97
15 Columbus Avenue
Academy of Science 3, 4; Fall Production
3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 2, 3,
4; National Honor Society 4; Spring Pro-
21 Bradley Drive
20 Ely Place
Insights 3; Tennis Team 2.
11 Dobson Road
Academy of Science 3; German Club 2;
Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3; National Honor
113 Schuyler Drive
30 Price Drive
G.A.A. 1, 2; German Club 3; Pep Club 1,
2,3; Chorus 1, 2, 3.
60 Prospect Avenue
Class Representative 2; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A.
1; Latin Club 1.
Fall Production 4; F.T.A. 3; Girls’ Ser-
vice Club 2; Pep Club 2; French Club 3, 4.
111 Old Post Road
Band 2, 3, 4.
17 Nancy Circle
Chess Club 4; Varsity Club 3; Wrestling 3.
335 North Eighth Avenue
Football 1; Insight 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 4; College Bowl Team 4.
41 Pa rich Place
Spanish Club 1.
2 Louise Road
Bowling Club 4; Mcs Amis 2, 3, 4 (pres-
ident); Rangerettes 3; Girls’ Service Club
55 Plainfield Avenue
24 Weldon Road
Baseball 1; Class Representative 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
21 Ryan Road
Bowling Club 2; F.T.A. 3; Latin Club 3;
Tennis Club 2.
5 Lee Street Apt. B
Class Representative 2.
3 Estok Road
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Dance Band
2, 3,4; German Club 3.
31 Back Drive
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4.
210 Penn Avenue
Academy of Science 4; Bowling Club 4;
Chorus 3; Color Guard 4; Class Representa-
tive 4; F.H.A. 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’
Service Club 3. 4; Rangerettes 2, 3; Spring
Production 3; French Club 3.
24 Lcland Road
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4.
8 Sims Road
Academy of Science 3; A Capella 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleaders 2; FHA 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2;
Keytoncs 2, 3, 4.
14 Carol Place
96 Ashley Road
Edison, N.J.HANSEN, JOYCE
20 Phillips Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Class Repre-
sentative 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2,
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4.
HANSEN, MICHAEL J.
12 Adele Court
Basketball 1; Golf 1.
HANSEN, RALPH N.
136 Mineola Place
A Capella 4; Art Club 1; Bowling 1;
Chef’s Club 3; Chorus 3, 4; German Club
4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Club 2;
National Honor Society 3,4; Cross Country
3; All County Choir 3.
10 Myrtle Ave.
16 Mill Road
305 Poll Place
Baseball 1; Basketball 1.
69 Orange Street
108 Winthrop Road
A Capella 3.
34 Finley Road
Class Representative 1; Girls’ Service Club
4; Pep Club 1, 2: Talon 4; Red Cross
186 Loring Avenue
National Honor Society 4.
32 Weldon Road
122 Idlewild Road
Chorus 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Library Club 2.
109 Player Avenue
National Honor Society 3, 4; F.H.A. 1;
Spanish Club 1.
3 Church Street
Academy of Science 4; Football 1; Track
2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Cross Country
25 Idlewild Road
27 Outcalt Road
Academy of Science 3.
25 Meadow Road
A Capella 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Student
Council 3; G.A.A. 3,4.
2109 Woodbridge Avenue
Basketball 2; Football 1, 3; Spanish Club
1; Track 2, 3,4.
199 Penn Avenue
ILLES, RICHARD A.
15 Joseph Place
Bowling Club 2; Cross Country 2, 4;
Indoor Track 4.
INGANDELA, BONITA R.
24 Fox Road
Edison, N.J. ,
Class Representative 4; Fall Production 3;
F.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Talon 4; Girls’ Track Team 2.
3 Colton Road
10 Putnam Avenue
Business Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2.
JOHNSON, CHRISTINE A.
56 Ashley Road
Academy of Science 4; Debate Team 1, 2,
3 (president); Fall Production 3, 4; Fu-
ture Physicians 4; German Club 1, 2;
Spring Production 3, 4; Thespian Society
3, 4; College Bowl Team 4; National
Honor Society 3, 4 (Vice-president); Girls’
Glee Club 2. '
9 Center Street
Basketball 2, 3,4.
JONES, KARLA H.
346 Plainfield Avenue
Academy of Science 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4;
(Majorette) 3, 4; Class Representative 3;
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Ten-
nis Club 2.
4 Pelham Avenue
Academy of Science 3; German Club 1.
KANIS, LORAN D.
15 Pannonia Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2;
169F.T.A. 2, 3; National Honor Society 4.
26 Westervelt Avenue
Student Council 1; Bowling Club 1; Track
KARA, PAMELA E.
85 Elm Street
KASAS, EILEEN C.
4 Dundar Road
Chorus 1; Eagle 3; Fall Production 3, 4;
Girls’ Service Club 2; Spring Production
KASAS, LYNNE J.
4 Dundar Road
Class Representative 3; Fall Production 4;
Spring Production 4; Thespian Society
3, 4 (President).
KEARNS, MICHAEL P.
32 Sturgis Road
KELLY, KATHLEEN P.
20 Dayton Road
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3.
8 Stevens Road
Mes Amis 1, 2,3.
41 Ashley Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; A Capella 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1;
Class Representative 1 (secretary); Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
15 Meadow Road
172 Stony Road
Band 2, 3; Dance Band 2; Girls’ Service
Club 1,2; Tennis Club 2.
KIMELMAN, BEVERLY R.
12 Brookfall Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Fall Production 3; Talon 4; Tennis
Club 2; College Bowl Team 4.
KINSELLA, JEANNNE K.
11 Winthrop Road
Art Club 4; Color Guard 4; Latin Club 2;
Spanish Club 4.
303 Plainfield Avenue, Apt. C-3
169 Winthrop Road
Chefs’ Club 3; Chess Club 3,4.
7 Brookside Road
27 Caldwell Road
KONNYU, MARLENE A.
7 Carol Place
Thespian Society 3, 4.
KOSLOSKY, EDWARD W.
20 Adele Court
Student Council 3; Track 2; Tennis Team
KOVACS, RICHARD A.
9 Manor Court
11 Sine Road
Baseball 1, 2; Eagle 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 3; Varsity Club 2, 3,4.
KURSAY, DORIS A.
100 Hickory Street
Business Club 3, 4; Class Representative
4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3; Chorus 1.
KWITTER, KAREN B.
4 Vernon Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3;
Class Representative 2; Folk Club 3; Girls’
Glee Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3,
4; Class Representative 3; College Bowl
34 Knadd Avenue
22 Stiles Road
Band 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Talon 4.
6 Violet Place
Football 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2.
43 Walnut Street
Academy of Science 2, 3; Cheerleaders 1,
2, 3, 4 (captain); Chorus 1, 2; G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Student Council 1, 3.
29 West Knoll wood Road
Audio-Visual Aids 2; Bowling Club 1;
Football 1; Track 2.
27 Miko Road
Edison, N.J.Football 1; Key Club 3,4; Track 2.
6 Waverly Drive East
99 Lakeview Boulevard
600 Old Post Road
319 North Eighth Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; A Capella 3,
4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3,4.
405 North Eighth Avenue
Academy of Science 3, 4; Chess Club 3;
Chorus 1; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; National Honor
72 Idlewild Road
Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 1; Track 3.
28B Alva Street
Student Council 1; Bowling Team 2; Track
1; Wrestling 2, 3; Class Representative 1.
201 Loring Avenue
20 Runyon Avenue
Academy of Science 3, 4; A Capella 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; National Honor
106 Stony Road
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Stu-
dent Council 1; Chorus 2, 3.
17 Hillcrest Avenue
A Capella 4; Chorus 2, 3.
5 Miko Road
30 Finley Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2;
Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4
(co captain); Varsity Club 3, 4.
10 Caldwell Road
Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1.
66 Fox Road, Apt. 9B
MACKEY, JAMES E.
58 Sturgis Road
MAILLER, JILL C.
43 Stiles Road
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirlers 1, 2, 3 (cap-
217 Penn Avenue
Library Club 3.
MALONEY, DENNIS J.
68 Elliot Place
MALONE, MARTIN J.
19 Stevens Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Art Club 2;
Debate Club 1, 2 (president), 3; Fall
Production 3; Insights 1, 2, 3; Key Club
2, 3, 4 (president); Mes Amis 1; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4;
College Bowl Team 4.
2190 Woodbridge Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; A Cappella
3, 4; Class Representative 3; F.H.A. 2,
3, 4 (president); National Honor Society
3, 4; Student Council 3; Tennis Club 2;
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Keytones 4.
19 Old Post Road
Chorus 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Math Club
3: National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish
Club 3; French Club 3; Library Club 2..
13 Piedmont Road
Business Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1.
24 Fairhill Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4 (second vice-
president); Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band
2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2, 3, 4 (president).
28 Walnut Street
34 Leslie Street
F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1; Spring Production
34 Leslie Street
Basketball 1, 2, 4; Class Representative
1; Spanish Club 1; Student Council 1.
1712, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming 2;
Spring Production 4.
MARRERO, CILA E.
26 Mor yan Road
Fall Production 4; Spring Production 3,
4; Thespian Society 3, 4; Class Represent-
45 Knapp Avenue
16 Rutland Street
Audio-Visual Aids 1; Baseball 1, 2; Bas-
ketball 1, 2 (manager); Bowlin" Club 1.
3, 4; Class Representative 4; Football 3
(manager); Insights 1; Rifle Club 1, 2,
3, 4 (president); Varsity Club 3, 4.
10 Locust Avenue—South
Fall Production 4; Spring Production 4.
42 Markham Road
Chess Club 3, 4.
66 Wayne Street
Academy of Science 3, 4 (Vice-pres.); A
Capella 4; Class Representative 3; F.H.A.
3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 2; Pep Club 2
(Vice President); Rangerettes 2, 3; Ten-
nis Club 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4.
54 Du ley Avenue
Academy of Science 3; Class Representa-
tive 2; F.H.A. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student
Council 2, 3; Tennis Club 2; Library
Club 2 (president).
1 Loeb Court
C.A.A. 2; Latin Club 4.
21 Simpson Avenue
Baseball 2, 3.
MAYS A, JOSEPH
169 Loring Avenue
29 Colton Road
Class Representative 1; Eagle 3; German
Club 1. 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cross
Country 3 (Co-captain).
17 Weldon Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 3;
F.T.A. I (Treasurer); G.A.A. 1, 2, 3
(Vice President); Talon 4; National Hon-
or Society 4.
146 Winthrop Road
Business Club 3; F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 2.
21 Shepard Place
Class Representative 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 2, 3; Talon 4.
11 Heathcotc Avenue
Drill Team 4; Eagle 3; G.A.A. 3, 4.
136 Vineyard Road
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
4 Kenmorc Road
8 Barter Road
Baseball 2; Football 3; Wrestling 2.
24 Morse Avenue
Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3; Wrestling 2.
35 Gaskill Avenue
F.H.A. I, 2; Girls’ Service Club 2, 4;
Latin Club 3; Soccer (J.V. Manager);
Student Council 2, 4.
12 Regent Court
Academy of Science 3, 4; Chef’s Club
3; Bowling 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
German Club 2; Soccer 1; Tennis Team
1, 2; Wrestling 2.
MEYER, ERNEST A.
4 Hull Drive
23 Blossom Street
MICHAEL, CHARLES D.
42 West Knoll wood Road
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL, EARL L.
17 East Knollwood Road
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL, WILLIAM R.
35 Lahiere Avenue
Edison, N.J.Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 3, 4.
MICHALOSKI, MARY ANN
Cozy Trailer Court
MIDGLEY, CHERYL D.
18B Alva Court
Class Representative 2; Student Council 1.
MIKOSZ, ANITA J.
39 Sturgis Road
MILLER, MARY L.
61 Walnut Street
Student Council 4; Talon 4.
MILLER, MICHAEL G.
21 Altamont Road
Basketball 1; Chorus 1; Football 1, 2;
MINER, PATRICIA A.
42 Bradley Drive
MINGOIA, SHARON L.
25 Roger Road
A Capella 4; Art Club 4; Girls’ Service
Club 1, 4.
MIRAGLIA, MARY ELLEN
311 Division Street
MIRBACH, LOUIS E.
85 Garden Terrace
Academy of Science 4; Audio-Visual Aids
1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 2; Cross Country 2, 3.
12 Pine Street
Football 1; Track 1, 2.
88 Sharon Avenue
129 Winthrop Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Class Repre-
sentative 2, 4, Class Secretary 3: F.H.A.
2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4;
25 Raleigh Road
Class Representative 2; Tennis Team 1;
Library Club 1.
19 Stiles Road
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1.
43 Markham Road
32 Baldwin Road
Girls’ Service Club 4; Pep Club 1; Stu-
dent Council 2.
16 Schuyler Drive
2 Leland Road
Business Club 4: Chefs’ Club 2, 3, 4;
Class Representative 1; Pep Club 1, 2;
Spanish Club 1; Student Council 2.
26 Morgan Drive
Academy of Science 3, 4; Audio-Visual
2; Soccer 4; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club
6 Center Street
Academy of Science 3, 4; A Capella 2;
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class Representative 2
(treasurer); 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls’
Service Club 2, 3; Latin Honor Society 2;
Student Council 4; National Honor Society
24 Stoney Road
Chefs’ Club 2; Key Club 4; Track 2, 3;
Spanish Club 4; Student Council 3; Cross
Country 2, 3.
2318 Woodbridge Avenue
A Capella 4: Basketball 1; Bowling Club
1; Class Representative 1; Football 1, 2,
3; German Club 1; Student Council 3.
5 Pelham Avenue
27 Markham Road
Art Club 2; Pep Club 1.
25 Olden Road
16 Marshall Drive
91 Hickory Street
52 Runyon Avenue
Edison, N.J.Academy of Science 4; Bowling Club 4;
Class Representative 4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4.
3 Tell Place
16 Ryan Road
Class Representative 2; Student Council 2,
26 Kenien Drive
Rangerettes 3; Student Council 4.
57 Rose Street
Track 1, 2, 3,4;Varsity Club 3, 4.
58 Prospect Avenue
8 Eastlick Road
PAPP, L. STEPHANIE
711 Old Post Road
Class Representative 2, 3, 4 (secretary);
Eagle 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3;
Student Council 2, 4; Tennis Club 2.
4 Brox Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Student Council
2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 2; Mes Amis
1; Pep Club 1; Class Representative 3,
PAWLUS, MARY ANN
42 Brookville Road
11-B Alva Court
Academy of Science 3, 4 (president);
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chefs’ Club 2, 3, 4 (pres
ident); Chess Club 1; Class Representative
1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Debate
Club 2; Fall Production 3, 4; Future
Physicians 4; German Club 2, 3; Math
Club 3; Spring Production 4; Student
Council 4; Tennis Club 2; Thespian Club
11-B Alva Court
Band 1, 2; Bowling 1; Football 1; Radio
Club 1; Rifle Club 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4;
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2,
100 Ovington Avenue
Class Representative 2; Key Club 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
9 Pelham Avenue
17 Putnam Avenue
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Foot-
ball 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4.
103 Prospect Avenue
70 Ashley Road
105 Idlcwild Road
A Capella 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus
1,2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2.
64' Preston Street
2 Poe Place
Latin Honor Society 2, 3.
39 Weldon Road
Cross Country 1.
23 Richmond Road
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2,
3, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wres-
tling 2, 3, 4.
47 Glenvillc Road
450 Old Post Road
42 Ashley Road
41 Hamlin Road
Football 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Club 3, 4.
30 Mercury Road
48 Prospect Avenue
G.A.A. 3; Student Council 3, 4.
67 Gaskill Avenue
Audio-Visual Aids 1; Chess Club 3; Class
Representative 3; Eagle 4; Talon 4; Track1. 3, 4: Varsity Club 4.
64 Dalton Place
Golf Team 3,4.
336 North Eighth Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; A Capella
4; Color Guard 4; Class Representative
1, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3; Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4; All County Choir 3.
56 Stoney Road
Girls’ Service Club; Chorus 4.
6 Louise Road
Academy of Science 4: Rifle Club 2, 3,
4; Skin Diving Club 4; Swim Team 2.
90 Mill Road
Fall Production 4; Girls’ Sen-ice Club
2; Mes Amis 3: Rangerettes 2, 3.
G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 2.
68 Melbourne Street
218 Penn Avenue
121 Mineola Place
F.H.A. 2; Student Council 4; Chorus 2.
77 Idlewild Road
24 Baxter Road
Band 2. 3, 4; Chefs’ Club 1; Dance Band
55 Lakcview Blvd.
17 Jones Place
F.H.A. 1; Spanish Club 1; Chorus 1.
55 Bradley Drive
72 Vineyard Road
Chefs’ Club 3; Key Club 3; Mes Amis
29 Raleigh Road
Eagle 3; Fall Production 4; F.H.A. 2;
F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish
Club 2; Student Council 3, 4; Talon 4.
401 North Fifth Avenue
Bowling Club 2; Latin Honor Society 1,
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4.
36 Westminster Place
25 Barlow Road
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Representative
1, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Stu-
dent Council 1, 2.
237 Central Avenue
25 Brookfall Road
332 North Eighth Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1: Chorus 1; Class Representative 1, 3;
Future Physicians 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4;
Key Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society
3, 4; Spring Production 3; Student Coun-
cil 3, 4 (president).
15 Hill Road
1 Melville Road
28 Caldwell Road
Audio-Visiual Aids 1; Photography Club
1; Rifle Club 1; Track 1; Cross Country
10 Waverly Drive East
36 Brookvillc Road
F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1.
178 Wilson Avenue
Chorus 2; Class Representative 2, 3, 4;
Fall Production 3; F.T.A. 3; Mes Amis
1, 2; Student Council 4.
8 Comstock Road
Academy of Science 3; Art Club 1; Latin
Honor Society 1, 2, 3; National Honor
16 Roger Road
Academy of Science 2, 3; A Capella 2,
3, 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Production 3, 4; Key Club
3, 4; Spring Production 3, 4; Soccer 1,
2; Student Council 4; Thespian Society
79 Chestnut Street
46 Wayne Street
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity
251 Suttons Lane
F.T.A. 2, 3; Girls’ Service Club 4; Spanish
Club 2, 4; Library 2.
7 Highway Terrace
324 Central Ave., Apt. B-6
F.H.A. 2: F.T.A. 3; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4; Student Council 1; Tennis Club
2; Riding Club 1.
6 Willow Avenue
National Honor Society 3, 4.
14 Eardley Road
Bowling Club 2: Chorus 1.
25 Meeker Avenue
51 Schuyler Drive
Class Representative 1,2; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A.
1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1; Pep Club 3;
Student Council 1, 3, 4.
30 Meyer Road
Edison, New Jersey
14 Melbourne Street
Academy of Science 4; Baseball 1, 2;
Class Representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Eagle 4
(Sports Editor); Math Club 4; Track 3,
4; Cross Country 2, 3; National Honor
35 Markham Road
Wrestling 1, 2.
30 Crestwood Avenue
Drill Team 4; Future Nurses 2, 3; G.A.A.
3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 1, 2; Pep Club
1; Student Council 3, 4; Tennis Club 2.
37 Dalton Place
Golf Team 3, 4.
139 Walton Street
SI NATO. NICHOLAS
32 Melville Road
Baseball 1; Football 1.
39 Brook fall Road
Color Guard 4; Eagle 4; F.H.A. 2, 3;
15 Mill Road
Cheerleaders 1; Student Council 3.
102 Stoney Road
102 Stoney Road
Academy of Science 3; Class Representa-
tive 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1;
Twirlers 1, 2, 3 (Co-Captain) 4 Captain.
10 Locust Ave.
Class Representative 2; Future Nurses 2;
155 Vineyard Road
Future Nurses 4; Girls’ Service Club 2,
- 3: Student Council 2, 3, 4.
168 I-oring Avenue
214 Penn Avenue
280 Suttons Lane
3 Stiles Road
Edison, N.J.SMILEK, JOHN
684 Old Post Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2;
Class Representative 3; Football 1; Stu-
dent Council 4.
6 Crescent Road
138 Plainfield Avenue
National Honor Society 4.
70 Gurley Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2,
3, 4; Class Representative 1, 3, 4; Fall
Production 3; F.T.A. 3: Photography 3, 4
58 Duley Avenue
27 Finley Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Baseball 1, Class
Representative 2, 3 (President); Key Club
2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 3.
16 Caldwell Road
Radio Club 1; Soccer 2, 3.
80 Harrigan Street
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4;
Band 1; National Honor Society 4.
80 Crosby Avenue
Baseball 1: Football 2, 3, 4; German Club
2, 3; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.
18 Peidmont Road
Art Club 2; Business Club 1, 2, 3; Class
Representative 2; Fall Production 2;
F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1;
Spring Production 2; Student Council 1,
2,4; Talon 4; Girls’ Track Team 2.
54 B Taft Avenue
Debate Club 2; Fall Production 3; F.T.A.
2; German Club 2; National Honor So-
ciety 3,4; Talon 3, 4.
20 Sturgis Road
Student Council 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
439 South Third Avenue
Highland Park, New Jersey
Art Club 4; Future Nurses 1, 4; F.T.A.
3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls’ Service Club 2;
Latin Club 1; Pep Club 2; Student Coun-
cil 2; Riding Club 1.
58 Ashley Road
35 Bradley Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Cheerleaders
1; Mcs Amis 3; Student Council 1; Chorus
1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 4.
2200 Wood bridge Avenue
Football 1; Track 1.
36 Stiles Road
22 Rosewood Road
84 Garden Terrace
107 Leslie Street
Baseball 3; Rifle Club 3.
Cozy Trailer Court
Track 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Cross Country
95 Stoney Road
92 Schuyler Drive, Rt. 37
National Honor Society 4.
5 Schuyler Drive
30 A Alva Court
G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 2.
51 West Knollwood Road
14 Fairhill Road
Academy of Science 2, 3; A Capella 3;
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4 (President); Folk Music Club 2.
7 Dayton Road
Bowling Team 3; 4; F.H.A. 3; Chorus 1.
38 Idlewild Hoad
48 Heatiicotc Avenue
Academy of Science 3, 4; Future Physi-
cians 4; Key Club 3, 4; Spring Produc-
tion 4; Fall Production 4; Track 2, 3;
Biology Club 2; Skin Divers’ Club 4.
TACCKI, JOSEPH J.
19 Gates Place
Edison, N. J.
101 Stony Road
Future Nurses 1; Future Physicians 1;
Girls’ Service Club 3; Soccer Manager
3; Chorus 3, 4.
TAMAGNINI, ANTHONY J.
13 Sturgis Road
Class Representative 1; Football 1; Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, 3.
TEN BROECK, WILLIAM A.
32 Rosewood Road
TERRANOVA, MATHEW P.
72 Seymour Ave.
85 Redwood Ave.
Class Representative 3, 4; Eagle 3, 4 (Fea-
ture Editor); F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Spanish 3,
Student Council 3, 4; Library Club 2;
Guidance Aide 2, 3, 4.
THORPE, PATRICIA A.
1685 Highway 27
Academy of Science 3; Class Representa-
tive 2, 4; Student Council 3, 4; National
Honor Society 4.
72 Gurley Road
Girls’ Service Club 1; Pep Club 1; Span-
ish Club 1; Student Council 2, 3; Girls’
Track Team 2.
TOLWINSKI, DAVID G.
66 Eden Ave.
Academy of Science 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4; Football 1, 2; Radio 1, 2, 3, 4.
TOROK, FRANCES B.
5 Carmello Drive
Future Nurses 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Student
141 Winthrop Road
TOTH, DENNIS D.
11 Gates Place
Bowling Club 3; Latin Club 1; Soccer 2;
Track 2, 3.
15 Caldwell Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; Cheerleaders
2, 4; Class Representative 3, 4; Latin Hon-
or Society 4; Student Council 4; National
Honor Society 4.
TOTH, FRANCINE A.
26 Fern Street
25 Thomasene Street
711 B Donaldson Street
Fall Production 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; G.A.A.
3; Student Council 3; Talon 4.
16 Baldwin Road
Bowling Club 1, 2; Cheerleaders 3; Eagle
2: G.A.A. 1.2; Talon 1,2,3.
15 Heathcote Ave.
Academy of Science 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Eagle 3, 4; Ger-
man Club 2; Insights 3; Photography 2,
3,4; Rifle Club 2; Talon 4.
40 Stoney Road
Eagle 2; Girls’ Service Club 4.
59 Walnut Street
Academy of Science 3; Art Club 4; Chorus
1; National Honor Society 4.
13 Barlow Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3,
4; Class Representative 3, 4; Fall Produc-
tion 3; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 3; National Hon-
or Society 3, 4; Photography 2, 3, 4;
36 Meeker Avenue
44 Stiles Road
VAN DUYNE, PAUL
148 Hillcrest Ave.
Academy of Science 3; Audio-Visual Aids
1; Football 1, 3,4; Track 1, 2.
91 Redwood Avenue
Girls’ Service Club 4; Spanish Club 3;
Library 2, 3.
16 McGinnis Road
Edison, New Jersey
Basketball 1,2; Soccer 1, 2, 3,4.
16 Morgan Drive
F.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 3; Student Council 3;
Tennis Club 3.
84 Hillcrest Ave.
23 Crescent Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club
3; Class Representative 2 (president), 3;
Eagle 3, 4; Insights 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4;
Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1,
X 3, 4; Talon 4; Track 2.
26 Ely Place
Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Class Repre-
sentative 3; Tennis Team 2, 4.
20 Roger Road
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club
1, 3, 4; Future Physicians 2, 3, 4; Key
Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4.
24 Chestnut Street
14 Eastlick Road
5 Meeker Avenue
Radio Club 4.
81 Wooding Ave.
National Honor Society 4.
WEAVER, JOHN P.
243 Old Post Road
21 Windsor Road
Latin Club 1; Rifle Club 1.
244 Central Avenue
Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 3;
1 Elmwood Terrace
Academy of Science 4; Bowling Club 3, 4.
76 Chestnut Street
33 Hazelhurst Street
225 Central Avenue
Debate Club 3.
126 Winthrop Road
Class Representative 1 (treasurer), -1
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Service Club 1
Student Council 3; Twirlers 2, 3, 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
72 Suydam Avenue
4 Windsor Road
Academy of Science 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4;
Twirlers 1, 2,3, 4.
5 Manor Court
Academy of Science 2, 3, 4; Fall Produc-
tion 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Talon 4.
25 Bradley Drive
Chess Club 3,4.
6 Rosewood Road
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wres-
tling 3, 4.
23 Brookfall Road
Academy of Science 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3
(president), 4 (president); Rangcrcttcs 2:
Tennis Club 2; Chorus 2.
18 Lee Street, Apt. 5-B
Debate Club 1; F.T.A. 1, 2, 4; G.A.A.
2; National Honor Society 3, 4.
18 Stony Road
F.H.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Student Council
17 Peterson Ave.
Academy of Science 4; Bowling Club 1;
National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 3, 4;
Varsity Club 3, 4 (president); Cross Coun-
2195 Wood bridge Avenue
Academy of Science 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; Math
Club 1; National Honor Society 4.
4 Vale Street
Basketball 2, 3.
9 Mill Road
Key Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Cross Coun-
67 Foyer Street
10 Paley Place
Band 2, 3, 4; Class Representative 2; Dance
Band 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Student Council
2,3; Track 2.
179Best Wishes to
the Class of '68
THE CLASS OF '68
And Very Special Thanks to
MR. DI NARDO,
180Congratulations to the
Class of 1968
CLASS OF 1969
181The First Algebra II Team Teaching in the State of N.J.Congratulations From
CLASS OF 71
Best Wishes to the
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CLASS OF 70
Thanks Miss Puma
183PAKENHAM'S PENTHOUSE PARTY POOP-OUTS
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MRS. PAK'S PACK OF PANICS
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Miss Puma's Third Period, English III
185Miss Puma's Second Period, English III
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Congratulations to the
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"New Jersey's Largest Cycle Showroom"
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189"Where EVERYONE meets"
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the Class of 1968 From the
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The Aptakor Family
A GreenField Auction
B M Lumber Company
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Bauerdorf
Bell's Luncheonotto Stationary
Bill and Maureen '68
Bob’s Appliance Service
Bob and Lynn
Mr. Charles A. Boyle
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cannella
Chef's Club '68
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Compliments from Dave’s Atlantic
Compliments from Slocum's Delivery
Vince Landscape Contractors
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corriner
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cowan
Mr. and Mrs. William Coyle
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DeMers
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Demko
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Doyon
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dyslewski
Eansley’s Modern Barber Shop
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Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey L. Finn, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robort Fredericks
Mr. and Mrs. D. Charles Gallotta
Lucy and Carlo Garcia
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gavett
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glemann
Mr. and Mrs. Potor Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Gordon
Mr. C. Hagar
Mrs. C. Hagar
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Mr. and Mrs. George Wm. Hansen
Bob and Donna Hartford
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H. P. Hershkowitz Agency
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Mr. and Mrs. James R. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. William Imbriale
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson
Joyce and Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. J. Karcich
Ken and Lin
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Mr. Kerrigan's III period Eng. Ill Class
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Mr. and Mrs M. Kestenbaum
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La Bonbonniere Bakery
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Mr. and Mrs. Bert May
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDermott
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McGuire
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller
Mueller New, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mueller
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Neuschatz
Mr. and Mrs. A. Norinsky and Family
Mrs. William J. Oakes
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reiner
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Robert, Debbie and Billy
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"The Bourbon Roview"
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Don and Jean Turner
Uncle Frank and Aunt Edith
Mr. and Mrs. John Vajda
Mr. and Mrs. P. Valenti
Earl Van Arsdale
Mary Van Arsdale
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George, Queenie, Linda, and
Washarama of Edison
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Aggie and Manny
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Mr. John Alvator
Mrs. Margaret Alvator
Mr. Joseph Ambrosio
Mrs. L Ambrosio
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Davo Andrejco '64
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"Any way you want it"
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Miss Janot Bailey
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Barb and Cal
Barb and Dennis
Barb and Nick 1969
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Barbara and Frank 1969
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boa
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Best Wishes to Debbie!
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Big Bug and Little Bug
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Bill and Joanne
Bill and Mariann
Bill and Ronnie
Bill and Stophani
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Mr. Michael Bilski
Miss Edith Biro (60)
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Biro
George Bloom 1969
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Bob and Fran
Bob and Lee
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Bonnie and Mike
Boozer and Turtlo '68
Mr. and Mrs. Alox Borbely
The Borden Family
Davo Bowon 12-12
Patrolman Donald Bowling
Dennis and Bonnie Boyce
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brady
C. E. Jackson 8rantley, M.H.S. '62
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Braz
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryant, Jr.
Mrs. B. G. Breitkopf
Linda Breler 1969
Sandie Brogna '66
Leslio Brookes ‘67
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brookes
Andy Brown '75
The Arnold Brown's
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown
Claire (Charlie) Brown
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown
Bruco and Sue
Brunswick Vo-Tech Boys
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bucei
Mr. and Mrs. Buckclow
Mr. and Mrs. Poter Buesany
Mr. and Mrs. Burris
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Burstoll
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Busby
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Busby
Gorald Busby, Jr.
Business Manager of TALON
Bob Bussiero (Cold Cut Centor of
Butch and Anita
Butchie '64 and Betty
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler
The Francis Cadies'
Mr. and Mrs. R. Camp
Mr. and Mrs. S. Camp
Sgt. and Mrs. W. H. Campbell
Mrs. Margaret Canavan
Mr. and Mrs. John Canavera
The Cantamossa Family
Michael Cantore, 1969
Mr. and Mrs. P. Cantoro
Mr. John C. Cappolla
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ceppella
Mr. and Mrs. Cardona
Miss Joyce Canning
Mr. and Mrs. Canning
Nicholas A. Cantarella
Carol and Bob '65
Carol and Les
Carol and Nan
Carol, Pat, Suo and Vicki
Carole and Andy
Carole and Ed '67
John E. Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carrado
Grover A. Carey
Mr. and Mrs. Rbt. Cassidy
Mr. Clifford Casterline
Mrs. Clifford Casterline
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Catalano
Janie and Phil Catalano
Pat Catalano '70
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catalano
Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Catalano
Mr. and Mrs. P. Catalano
Sonor Francisco Chale
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Charmello
19 "Cher" 69
Mrs. Ann Chornick
Choryl and Goorge
Cheryl and Al '65
China kept a calling ala motor Mr.
195Mr. and Mrs. M. Chiovaro
Mr. and Mr . R. Chonolos
Chris and Kalani
Chris and Kathy
Al, Emily and Candy Christianson
Cindy and Doug 1969
Cindy and Tori
Cindy and Wayno
Joyco and Curtis Clark
Tho Clark Family
Barbara Clementi '66
Mr. and Mrs. J. Coleman
Cathy and David Collotto
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Collotto
Mrs. Martha Collotto
Mr. and Mrs. William Collotto
Bob Colquhoun '65
Bronda Comor '70
Miss Kathloon Compton
Tho Connor's Clan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Constantina
Mr. and Mrs. Conto
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Conway
"007" Corky G.E.
Mr. and Mrs. James Costa
Jamos A. Countino
Gail Courtnoy '70
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crabiol
Craig and Linda
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crandon
Miko and Davo Crood
Mrs. Edward Crookor
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cullon
Mr. and Mrs. Cullon
Mr. and Mrs. Curatola
Mr. and Mrs. Shamus Curry
Shamus Curry '67
Roy L. Custor
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dailoy
Mr. and Mrs. J. Damiani
Dana and Stovo
Mrs. Joan Dannachor
Davo and Kalhi, Good Luck '68
Davoy and Fran
David and Janico
Gingor Davidson '68
Mrs. Darold Davis, Sr.
Tom D. Davis '67
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Day
Dead CoYoto, Moop Moop
Dobbio and John
Mr. and Mrs. Romo Do Cosimo
Deo and Carol
Doo and Wendy
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic DeFrank
Mr. and Mrs. R. DoHanos
Dol. Nancy and Jodi
Rita and Frank DoLuca
Kim and Pamela Domarost
Mrs. Margarot DoMors
Richard and Jeanno DoMors
Mr. and Mrs. John Dompsoy
Cathy Donnis '65
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Denny
Mrs. Louis M. DoStofano
Carol Do Turris
Diana and Miko
Diano and Miko
Mr. and Mrs. D. DiBonodotto
Mrs. F. Di8iaso
Mr. and Mrs. John B. DiBlasi
Mr. and Mrs. J. DiCampli
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dick
Mr. and Mrs. Russoll Dietrich
Mr. and Mrs. L. Di Giacomo
Josopohino Di Giosia
Mark Di Gionanni
Mr. and Mrs. Poto Di Gionanni
Mr. and Mrs. A. Di Lollo
Mrs. Kathryn Dillion and Son
Mr. Di Nardo
Mrs. Jamos Di Nardo
Mr. and Mrs. DiNotta
Mr. V. Dippol
Mrs. V. Dippol
Frod Di Rionzo
Mrs. Mario Dihou
Mr. and Mrs. Frod Dobbs
Mrs. J. Walter Doll
Donna and Donny
Donna B. and Jim C.
Donna and Stovo
Donna and Pete
Donna is crazy!
Frod and Angio Donnini
Donovan is Lovo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. John D'Orazio and
Mr. A. Dorflingor
Mr. Don Doughorty
Judy, Grogg, and Bill Downs
Miss E. Doylo
Mrs. M. Doylo
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ducham
Mr. and Mrs. Michaol Duda
Sandra D. Dunhamn
Mr. and Mrs. P. Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dyer
Eileen and Larry '68
Linda Eichort '66
Mr. and Mrs. John Elko
Elyso and Ronnie
Mrs. A. Erickson
Ernie and Lindo
Rev. and Mrs. Espada
Mr. and Mrs. John Evancho
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Everly
Evy and Elvis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fago
Mr. and Mrs. T. Fento
Mr. and Mrs. A. Farkas
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farroll
Frank and Brany Faycik
O. T. Charles Fohor
Daniel M. Follor
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Foltham
Boauty — Guard Fence
Mrs. Patricia Finch
Mrs. Joan Firostino
Mr. and Mrs. Fis
Fishor 4 Queen and one King
Jim and Gladys Fitzsimmons
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Flaherty
Mr. and Mrs. J. Flannery
Mr. and Mrs. Floishakor
Mr. and Mrs. John Fokos
For tho Boys in Viet Nam
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fornor
Rev. and Mrs. Josoph Fowlor
Mr. and Mrs. Foylo and Family
Mr. and Mrs. H. Franoy
Frank and Ann
Frank, Connie, and Chris
Frank and Dalo
Frank and Elaine '65 and '66
Franklin H. S. supports E.T.H.S.
Tony and Babo Fratini and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fredorick
From Fang, with Love
F.T.A. from Tush
Mr. and Mrs. R. Fuccis
Andrew A. Gagliano
Gail and Suo '70
Mr. and Mrs. Galindo
Alozandor Ignatius Garabaldi
Vincont M. Garcia
Vorla B. Garrison
Gary and Lee
Mr. Robert Gates
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph W. Gavigan
Georgo H.P.H.S. and Barbara
M. Gorhartz and Family
Mrs. E. Gornhandt
Donna Jay Gillen
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilligan
James Gillingham '66
Mr. Edward Gintor
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ginter
The H. Glomann's
Glenn and Ellon
Bill and Marge Godwin
Thomas P. Gogal
Ruthi Goldberg '65
Mr. and Mrs. Golddo
Tom Goldon '68
Phyllis Goldstein '65
Mrs. A. Gomoz
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gondola
Mr. and Mrs. G. Gonzaloz
196Good ol' Glenn
Mr. and Mr . Potor Gooditis, Jr.
Suzanna M. Gorman
Mr. and Mr . Govo
Mr. Anthony Govornalo
Anno Lucille Governale
Jo Ann Governalo
Mr. and Mr . J. Govornalo, Sr.
Mr. and Mr . Graci
Mr. and Mr . R. E. Grandjean and
Mr. and Mr . Richard Grant
Mr. and Mr . V. Grompono
Mr . S. H. Grot
Mr. and Mr . P. Grudzintli
Joan Guarini 1969
Mr. and Mr . Edward Gubinski
Mr . Roto Guenther
Jamot and Botty Guido
Mr . M. Guiducci
7-11 Guriy Road
Mr . L. Guthio
Mr. and Mr . William Gula and
Mr. and Mr . R. Haatz
Mr. and Mr . Harry Hagoman
Mr. and Mr . Jame F. Halioy
Karon, Susanne, and Kevin Haltoy
Mit Gail Halupka
Mr. and Mr . J. Hannigan
Harold and Al—All the Now
that’ fit to print.
Harold and Sharyn '66 and '68
Mr . A. R. Harper
Harry and Fran
Harry. Leo, and Chip
Mr. and Mr . John Hart
Mrs. Shirley Ha a
Mr. and Mr . Heimberg
Mr. and Mr . John Hoitzonroeder
Tho Henderson Family
Mr . Betty Hondriekson
Mr. Neil Hondrickion
Mr. and Mr . Peter Henry
Mr . C. E. Hentsehel
Mr. and Mr . Wm. R. Honttchol
Mr. and Mr . Horlohy
Hi! there from ED.
Ru t Hight
Mr . Georgo Hill
Mr. and Mrs. J. Himmolbargor
Mr. and Mr . Joseph Hittich and
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Holzingor
Mr. and Mr . Stophon J. Holzinger
Homeroom 12-6, Mr . Ferror
Mr. and Mr . William Hoolihan
Mr. and Mr . Alan Hoover
Mr . Hornbostol
Houte of Beauty
Houtz and Dot
Mr. and Mr . W. Hugho and
Mr. and Mr . R. Hut o and Family
Mr. and Mr . Hurly, Forover
Mr. and Mr . Michael Hurtt
Mr. and Mr . Joseph A. Hyno
Noreon Hyne '70
Dr. and Mr . B. Hyun
"I like it liko that"
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Idlick
Robert B. Ille
Joo Ingandola '64
Mr . Roso Ingandola
In memory of Lorraino Massaro
Mr . Thoma Irwin
I wuv u
Jack and Jill Child Studio
Mr. and Mr . Daniel Jackion
Sharon Jancsek and Johnny Lipich
Janet and Miko
Janice and Gono
Mr. and Mr . S. Janno
Jean and Jimmy
Jeff and Jackie
Mr. and Mr . Jeffrey
Mr . Helen Jonney
Kathy and Jackio Jonney
Mr. and Mr . Bruce A. Jensen
Jerry and Bonnie 1969
Jerry and Sue 1969
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jeter
Jil and Art
Jill and Bernio
Jim C. '67
Jim and Karen
Jimmie and Debbie
Jimmy and Joyce
Jo Anno and Clyde
Jo Ann and Rocco
The Jobbins Family
Joe and Both
Joe and Donna 68
Joe and Rosomario '68
John and Carmela
John and Kathy
John and Putsy
Johnny and Geri
Mr. and Mrs. John Jonas
Mr. and Mr . Jones
Mr . Holono Jono
Mr. and Mr . Paul Jordan
Mr. and Mrs. Nod Julian
Mr . Theodore Jurissen
Mr. and Mr . S. Kafcsak
Mr. and Mr . L. Kalman
Mr. and Mrs. A. Richard Kane
Bob Kantor—H.P. '66
Joe Kapcsendi '68
Mr. M. Kaplan
The Katavage Kids
Kathy and DBG
Kathy and Ray
Mr. and Mr . Erwin Katz
Mr. and Mr . Keadle
Mr. and Mr . Donald Kelloy
Mr. and Mr . J. Kelly
Ken and Shollcy
Kenny and Jennie
Mr. and Mr . Wm. Kcrmo
Mr. and Mr . Karl Koyscr
Mr. and Mr . J. F. Kilroy
Jamo Kilroy Family
Mrs. Jean Kinnell
Jeannio and Mary Kinsolla
Mr . Mary Kintella
Mr. and Mr . James Kinsolla
Kirk and Sue
Mr. and Mr . J. Kirkman
Mr . Frank Kiih
Mr. and Mr . Peter Kist
Mr. and Mr . Gus Kitzi
Sally and Tom Kitzi '62
For New Baby Koch
Dr. and Mr . Kolbay
Mr . Geo. Konitzer
The Korczyk Family
Mr . Evelyn Kotch
Mr. and Mr . Kal Kotler
The Kovalchik Family
Elaine Kramor '67
Edward J. Kraszewski
Mr. and Mrs. Jotoph C. Kruger
Mr. and Mr . Thoma Ksopka
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuldiak
Mist H. Kuchta
Mr . Mary Kudrick
Bill and Helene Kudrick
Mr. and Mr . D. Kuhn
L.O.L. Pat—Mr. Kukk
Mr. and Mr . Chester Kuloza
Joe and Grotho Kursay
Mr. and Mr . Larry Laboy
Mr. and Mr . Laccetti
Ray and Jack Lambort
Mrs. P. Lamprako
Mr . Bridgett Lane
Elizabeth J. Lane
Mr. and Mr . Robert Lani
Mr. and Mr . G. Lang
Mr. and Mr . F. W. Langenohl
Mr. and Mr . E. LaPenna
Lou LaPlaga ‘68
Mr. and Mr . L Laplaga, Sr.
Kathy. Mike and Karon Laplaga
Larry and Eileen
Larry and Mary Ann '66
Larry and Sue
Mr. and Mr . Ben Latawic
Mr. and Mrs. A. LaVecchia
Mr. and Mr . L. Lawronco
Mr. and Mr . Lebron
Mr. David Lcfkowitz
Mr. and Mr . J. Lemli
Mr. and Mr . S. Lemli
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lonio
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinberg
Jane D. Leonard '64
Lo and Jeff
Samuel P. Leth 10 16 67
Mr. and Mr . Irving Lovcnthal
Sue Levy '66
Linda and Danny
Linda and Davo, Forever
Linda and Eddy
Linda '67 and Joe
Linda and Kenny '68
Linda and Patsy
Linda and Paul
"Littlo Butch" 68
Linda and John
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lisco
Luck from Littlo Ono '67
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lockwood
Brian Loeb '66
Pat Lootzer '65
Mr. and Mrs. St. Loetzer
Mrs. Sharon Loftus
Mrs. Konnoth Logan
Msg. and Mrs. Harold A. Lockard
Mr. and Mr . G. Loninger
Jimmy and Mary Lord!
Mr. and Mrs. Lordi
Tho Lordi Family
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lucca
Mrs. Anna Lucca
Mr. and Mrs. James Lucullo
Mr. Americo Lugo
Mr. and Mrs. J. Luminiollo
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Luminillo
Robert A. Lusk
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Lutzmann
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lyke
Flo Lyke and Joo Abato
Lyle and Linda
Robert Lynch. Pvt. U.S.M.C.
Lynn and Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Madaras
Darlene and Sam Magno
Julia S. Maguire
Patricia J. Maguire
Mr. and Mrs. H. Majewski and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Malinowski
Angleo and Betty Mancuso
Gloria B. Mancuso
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Mancuso
John and Jeanne Mangino
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mantz
Mark and Chris
Mark and Susan
Mark and Svoty
Mr. and Mr . Wm. Marko
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Marks and
Mr. and Mrs. Marrono
Mr . Gary Marsh
Mr. Wm. P. Martin
Mrs. Wm. P. Martin
Mr. Joseph Martinez
C. A. Martino
Mrs. C. Martino
Mis Diane A. Martino
Lucille Martino '64
Mr. and Mrs. S. Martino
Tony Martino '68
Mr. and Mrs. J. Martz
Mary and Andy '68
Mary Jane ‘66
Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mason
C. Joseph Massor
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Mastrangelo
Joo Matoka 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Mattern
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mattie
Dobbio Mattio '75
From the May Clan
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Mayo
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Manlo
Mr. John McCarthy
Mary Ellen McCormack
Mr. and Mrs. McDowell
Mr . Maxine McFarland
Jeff McGovern '70
Mr. James McHugh
Mr. and Mrs. McKcovcr
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mcddhof
Tho Meltzcr Gang, Amy. Eric and
Mr. and Mrs. R. Meluski
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Mcssncr
Mr. and Mr . John Micalo
Michael and Diano
Mr. and Mrs. John Micholson
Mary and Tom Micholuzzi
Mr . J. Midgloy
Mr. W. Midgley
Glenn and Kim Micszkalski
Mike and Jean 1969
Mr. and Mrs. J. Milosz and Baby
The Al Miller's
Bob Miller (Rabbit)
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Miller
John Miller, Jr.
John and Vicki Miller and Family
To the class of '68—Don Miraglia
Lots of Luck '68—E. Miraglia
Mr. George. Marth I and II
Moe's Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Molnar
Mommie Kay Class of '44
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mondi
Mr. and Mrs. A. Montagna
Mrs. Kay Montagna
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard H. Montanino
Mr. and Mr . Montanino
Lil' Vicki Montanino
The Monte Family
Joe Montuoro 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Mooro
Mrs. Elaine Morrow
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moryan
Mr . D. Moskal
Linda S. Moskal
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mozolic
Mud Hut Ceramic Shop
Robert F. Muoller
The Mulvihill Family
Mr . Diana Myers
Mrs. Violot M. Nagy
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nagy
Mr. and Mr . Edward C. Nawrock
Neet's and Georgo
Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Noandor
Mr. and Mrs. A. Negri
Katy and Ed Nohila
Mr. and Mrs. H. John Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nemeth
Mr. C. Newman
Nick and Bridgotto
Nick and 8ruce
Nick and Judy
Florenco Nightingale '67
Mr. and Mr . Thomas Noonan
Norman and Colette
Mr. and Mrs. John Norton
Amorican Society of Tool and Mfg.
Mr. and Mr . Nuzzo and Family
Mr. and Mrs. D. Nuzzo and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Leon O'Bertz
The O'Connor Family
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Odato
Mrs. Robert Ooso
Marty and Mary O'Hara
Mr. and Mr . James O'Leary
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olsen
Omar Khayyam and the Rhubarbs
Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Osioja
Donna Osieja '68
Bren. Dory, Bob. Liz. and Tim
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. O'Toolo
Mr. Roger Owen
The Ozell Family
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pagliarini
Mr. and Mr . J. Pakonham
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palinkas
Mr. and Mrs. D. Palmieri
Mrs. T. Paltridge
Mr. and Mr . R. Palumbo
Pam and Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. G- Pane
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Padlucci
Mr. and Mrs. John Paralusz
Millio Parolise (Mom)
Pat and Bill
Pat and Judy
198Pat and Kathy '66
Pat and Marlene
Paul and Paula
Paul and Sharon. Alway
Paul and Sharon, Forever
Daniel Patrick Poersen
Mr. and Mr». R. Peersen and Keven
Peggy and George
Mr . Cornelia A. Ponn
Mr. and Mr». Gorard Pope
Pete and Torri
Peter and Vicki
Mr». Lucy Potorc»ak
Dr. and Mr . Potorson
Mary Lou Petrunyak
Mr. and Mr . Thoma Potry
Alberta C. Pfeiffer
Mr. Fred Pfeiffer
Mr. and Mr . R. Pfeiffor
Mr. and Mr . John W. Philipp
Phil'» Barber Shop
Mr. and Mr . Jim Pietrefe
Mr. and Mr . John Pinter
Mi» Mildred Pipero
Mr. and Mr». Michael Pittero
Mr. and Mr . Robert Poempnor
Mi Lorraine Anna Hedwig
Robert J. Porawiki and Lyndal V.
Carolyn Po t
Michele Potter 1969
Mr. and Mr . A. M. Predire
Mr. and Mr . William Prendergast,
Roiemary Preitano 1969
Lak a May Printa 1969
Fred W. Proctor
Mr. and Mr . Frank Promutico
Mr. and Mr . S. Raco
Mr. and Mr . Thoma Radcliffo
Mr . R. A. Radice
Mr. and Mr . Peter Raffa, Jr.
Mr . Margrot Rainoy
Mr. and Mr . Richard Rainey
Linda J. Rak
Mi Helen Ramiey
Thoma H. Rankin '67
Mr. and Mr . A. Rapoza
Mr . LaVerno Ra e
Mr . Mary Ra pa
Mr. and Mr . Ratchford
Margo Rauh 1969
Ray and Fran '67
Mr. and Mr . Loavy Ray
Ray and Regina
Mr. and Mr . N. Raymond
Mr. and Mr . Ed Regevitz
Al and Mary Reid
Mr . E. Reid
Good Luck—Noreen Reid
Johnny and Robert Reilly
Mr. and Mr . John Reinor
Repent, the End i Hore!
R.—Gon Alum. Product
Mr. and Mr . David Rheinhardt
Mr. and Mr . Anthony Ribintky. Sr.
Rich '67 and Flo '68
Rich and Laura
Richie and Mary Ann
Mr. and Mr . Franci Riopel
Mr. Anibal Rio
Roto Marie Riot
Mr. and Mr . Elmer Ri tt
Rita and Vince '68
Mr. and Mr . Roy Rittman
Ann Marie Ritz
Mr. and Mr . Carmen Ritz
Scherry Ritz '66
Mr. and Mr . Al Rizzo
Helen and Mickoy Rizzo
Mr. and Mr . Loui Rizzo and
"Roadrunner" and "Spooky"
Robert and Michele
Dougla Robin Family
Mr . Richard Robin
Pope and Sutio Robin
Mr. and Mr . Geo. Robinion
Mr. agd Mr . George Robinion
Mr. and Mr . J. Roche
Mr. and Mr . Patrick Roche
Mr. and Mrs. H. Roemer
Deo Roger '66
Mr. and Mr . Geo. W. Rolfe, Jr.
Jim, Duane and Wendy Rolfe
Karl and Henry Rolfo
Mr. and Mr . James O. Rolfe
Ellie and Jimmy Romeo
Mr. and Mr . Joseph Romeo
Mr. and Mr . D. Romero
Ron and Al
Ronnie and Irene '68
Mr. and Mr . J. Rooney. Sr.
Mr. and Mr . J. Rooney. Jr.
Mike and Roianne
Roseann and Bob
Good Luck! The Jerry Roien Family
Mil B. Roienbloom
Mr. and Mr . Rich Roietto
Mr. and Mr . R. Ro i
Mr. and Mr . A. Ronetto
Mr. Roietto and Soni
Mr. and Mr . Roiiamando
Mr. and Mr . Harold Rowan
Roxanne 1969 and Gannon 1968
Mr. and Mr . A. Rubolotta
Florence W. Ruppert
Run and Cher 1969
Mr. and Mr . Annielto Ruiio
Beth, Mike and John Rutowski
Mr. and Mr . Michael Ryan
Mr . William Sa
Ma and Pa Sak
T. S. Sam
The Santillo Family
Mr. and Mr . M. Sariano
Mr. W. Saro
Mr . Victor Sartain
CpI. and Mn. Wm. Saupe
Mr. and Mrs. Scarillo
Kitty Schierloh '68
Mr. and Mr . Bornhard J. Schmidt
The George Schmidt'
Mr. and Mr . Wm. J. Schneidor
Mr . Otto Schmoldt
Mr. and Mrs. Schroibor
Mr. and Mr . L. Schroibor
Mr. and Mr . J. Scibotta
Mr. and Mr . Anthony Scotti
Ann Shutz—Lot of Luck '68
James P. Scott
Mr. and Mr . John Scofield, Jr.
Robin and Scott
Mr. and Mn. George Seip
Mr. and Mn. Robert Seip
Bill Selby 1969
Mr. and Mr . D. Selingo
Mr. and Mr . Settanni
Mr. Macfarland Shackelford
Robbie and Gono Shapiro
Sharon and Rich
Sholdon and Vicky
Pat and Gerry Sica
Stephanie Shuey '66
The Siehl Family
Ronnie Sieipuyowiki '65
Nan Sill 1969
Mr. and Mn. Sam Sinato
Sr . Paracleta, Gilda and St.
Mr. and Mn. Samuel Sitren
Skippy and Donna '68
Barbara A. Skurka
Mr. and Mn. Slaven
Ed and Viola Slosar
Mr. and Mr . John P. Slusser
Mr . Jean Smith
Miss Ollie Smith
"The Smith' "
Cal and Virginia Smith
K. L. Smith
Mr. and Mr . Wm. Smith
Mn. Michael Smoliga
Tho Sokol Family
199Mr. and Mrs. E. Sokowski
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sonthoimor
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. C. Sonthoimor
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin R. Spihmillor
Karon and Stcphon Spitzmillor
Mr. and Mrs. C. Spohr
Potor J. Staloy
Mr. and Mrs. Stanlos and Family
Ralph Stanxidne 1969
Sue Staples '67
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stodronsky
Mr. and Mrs. John Stefani
Mr. and Mrs. William Stonnor, Jr.
Stovo and Angio
Stovo and Carolo
Stovo and Mario
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stovons, Jr.
Ruth Stovons '66
L. Stovo nson
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stivonolli
Mr. and Mrs. D. Story and Family
Mary St. Peters '66
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Strachan
Folix and Colloon Strolsky and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Struvo
Mrs. Grace J. Stryker
Succoss and Happinoss '68
Succoss To tho Class of '68
Mrs. A. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. A. Suraco
Mr. and Mrs. D. Suraco
Susio ''80" and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Suswoin
Mr. and Mrs. W. Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. Noil R. Swartz
Best Wishos to Class of '68—
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Talarsky
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tamagnini
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Tamm
Mr. and Mrs. P. Turi
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor
Mrs. Ernostine Taylor
Torriblo Terry and Daniel Boone
Tho Diplomats of N.B.
The “Elk Lako" Gang
The Gonoral and His Woman
The Girls of Beta Hook
The Italian Mafia
Tho Other Friond
The Pro '67
Mrs. Margarot Thistlo
Adele Thomas '71
Barbara Thomas '67
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn Thomas
M. A. Thomas, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Thompson
W. C. Thomsen Family
Mr. and Mrs. William Thornton
Mr. and Mrs. Thorsen
Mr. and Mrs. Thosterson and Family
Mary Jane Tiorny
Tigor and Tigoress
Timmy and DooDoe
Mr. M. Tirpak
To John, My Love Forever, Suo
Mr. and Mrs. Tokarzowski
John P. Tolwinski
Mrs. J. P. Tolwinski
Tom and Barbara
Tom and Shirloy
Toni tho Tigor
Mr. and Mrs. J. Torok
Mr. and Mrs. Torsicllo
Tho K. Torsiollo Family
Mrs. E. Toth
Francos and Stovo Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Toth
Robert W. Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Triggs
Trip. Class of '71
Trucker, Rabbit and Jamalot '67
Mr. and Mrs. J. Turok
Updo and Arleon
Anthony P. Vaccaro
Antoinotto, Joanna, Butch Valari
Paul Valonti, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Dormark
Mr. and Mrs. A. Vandormast
Joff and Don Van Duyno
L. A. Van Noto
Andy, Gaylo, John Van Ordon
Mr. and Mrs. R. Van Ordon
Joanno A. Varga '65
Frank Vccin and Kathi Kolloy
Miss Holen Veisz
Lisa Ann Venuto
Vorn and Ginny
Voronda and Alphonsa
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vetrocin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vickery
Vicki and Goorgo
Vicki and Louio
Vin and Donna
Miss V's German II Class
Mr. and Mrs. C. Voorhoos
Mr. and Mrs. K. Wahl
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wait
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Waite
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Walkor
Mrs. E. Wallinder
Mr. and Mrs. Walnor
Mr. Jack Walsh
Mr. G. Ward
Doug and Dean Watson
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Woathorford
Mrs. Edward J. Wobstor
The Woiler Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wonz
Rosalio Y. Whelan
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond White
W. H. Whitmoyor
Mrs. E. Willcnbrock
Lorraine Willioms '65
Mr. R. Williams
Roy E. Williams '66
Mildrod G. Willis
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wilson
Carolyn Wilson '67
Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson
Peggy Ann Wilson '65
Robin, Bonnio, Donna Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. M. Witcka
"Wonder Boy Ray" 1969
Mr. Frank Wojach
Mrs. Frank Wojach
Mr. Leonard Wojcik
Mrs. L. Wojcik
Mrs. A. Woosnor
The Worst Family
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wolchko
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood
Mr. John Wyaslak
Yonno and Bob
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yost
Mr. and Mrs. John Yost
Larry Yost '65
Lynda Yost ‘66
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frod Young
Nancy C. Young
Nancy J. Young
Rov. and Mrs. Richard P. Young
Miss Dorothy Zagata
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Zampotti
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Zatropalok
Miss Aloxis Zdunck
Miss Holon Zdunck
Mary Ann Zeno
Mr. and Mrs. A. Zono
Bornio and Albort Zick
David and Dawn Zimmerman
George M. Zink
Mr. and Mrs. William Zuppa
Tho Zuppa Family
Mr. and Mrs. John Whito
Mr. and Mrs. John Whito
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