Ellenville High School - Shawangan Yearbook (Ellenville, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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A cfmfh As' fra ffbn CON7'f'N7I5' ffff J72 J Mangan J A95 7 CENTRAL SCHOOL 0 :fa ELZEXVVXZZEQAZY 75 0 0,4 V5 728 jembff Cfczss 74Q,f55 !0f'Q.5'!!f'E' X0 55001497299 yo 0 ara an of ECS In ll CARPE DIEM It is a bit of irony that so few students realize that their high school years are probably the "best years" of their lives. By "best" here, we mean most important and formative ones. For school is not only a donor of facts, but a powerful milieu for the forming of attitudes and emotional colorings that will stay with the person throughout his life. Potentialities find new development here and limitations make them- selves known as well, giving opportunity for substitution or change of direction. So here the course is charted. Knowledge is broadened and points of view are cultivated. Now the expanded surroundings give room and facility to mental and physical movement. A fresh outlook can lead to greater progress both for the present and in the years ahead. "Alma Mater" has been rightly named-a loving mother that pro- tects and inspires and tries to let each become what he is capable of being. She knows that the throughway of life moves irrevocably on and the next toll gate comes very soon. Take time to become. The time to be is so very short. 4 1 In recognition of the friendship you have shown us, the Wise counsel that you have given us, and the cooperation that you have always been ready to extend to us, we are proud to dedicate this volume of the 1957 Shawangan to you, Mr. William Martineau. QM M aw :MW LJ , t. Y kM we 260 QM4M Necefffl. cos ffl SHA WANGAN STAFF Adwfor .,........................................,..... MRS. BELLE WARSOFF Edilor-in-Chief .... ..................... CELE BERMAN Arrorifzle Edilor ....,....A....................................w......... JOAN KATZ Adzfertirilzg Editor ...............,.......,.................. RITA KOSOFSKY Ar! Edztarr ...,.,.......... LESLIE BOLLMAN, OWEN GILLERAN Bnrinerf Editor ..,. Feafzlre Editor .... ...,......,....,.............,,......... P AUL STRUDLER Literary Editor A................. ........,..,,...,......, B ARBARA GORDON Photography Edilor .A....................,....,.....,.. EDWARD GRAHAM Sporty Edilom' ........ NANCY GETMAN, CHARLES SLUTSKY The purpose of a yearbook is not that of merely listing and categorizing the personnel and organizations of the school. It represents the progress and accomplishments of the class behind it, and records their achievements for posterity. If their deeds have been noteworthy, then they Will be re- membered in the school, and their yearbook will be cherished. The Year- book Staff is proud to present the record of achievement of the class of 1957, in hopes that it has been a credit to its school. THE YEARBOOK STAFF M ADMIN! THAT! ON FA BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated: Mr. Anthony G. Barone, Mr. Harry F. Gorman, Mr. Miles Furman, Presidentg Mr Leonard Wood, Mr. Emil Lepke. Standing: Mr. Rodney Terwilliger, Mr. Nathan Kushner, Mr. William E. Mulkeen, Business Managerg Mr. Max Altman. ww, .ff 93' jf' MR. JOHN C. BRAUN Supervising Principal MR. VINCENT P. GILLEN Principal .H X faq 1 wr- H: ii it x Qi ' 'MJOAX di, J is C LQ, . , y WJ' 5'Y':'lf"'i." "j- 1 ,fr , '. ff.. l:F9.",. ' i, H, ra i:,., ' ' " 5 ' :fE" 4 "Nik" , -N ggi? ag H. H. fa. ' ' H wt' fs! as Qffg:-31 I A i 'Y Q t 2 i y . i 1 w ca I X fl?" MISS FRANCIS DUBOIS 15,35 j Guidance Director J ,.y A 9 , QW r if X asm ij xx lx H ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Seated, left to right: Miss jean Guthrie, Librariang Mrs. Marion Hannan, Miss Ida Besdesky. Standing: Mr. Raymond North, Miss Arlene Knupp, Mr. Seymour Warsoff, Mrs. Mary Ostrander, Mr. Owen Smith. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Seated, left to right: Mrs. Belle Warsoff, Mr. Seymour Warsoff, Mrs. Mary Ostrander. Standing: Mr. William McKenna, Mr. Robert Maloy, Mr. William Kesselman. -qv--,-uieea we ' 'fe-fx-"V 'll , f v 1...-In ,, ,S--th-, a-tf-n,--Y- e , ,gal EL Qi yea' H kg -Q! , 9 rf- -il, it of uw gn .u ri, H a , - . gr iw' f f 7 Q? a wir, scna CE DEPA TME T ' N R N DOJ? Seated, left to right: Mr. William Martineau, Mrs. Muriel Sashin, Mr. Russell Davis. Standing: Mr. Samuel Morrison, Mr. Morris Kaufman, Mr. Harry Pearson. Missing from picture, Mr. Robert Ellison. 38 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated, left to right: Mrs. Marion Hannan, Mrs. Muriel Sashin, Mrs. Florence Kirby. Stand- ing: Mr. Clark Bloom, Mr. Morris Kaufman, Mr. Russell Davis. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Left to right: Miss Evelyn Hawksley, Mr, Alfred W. Roberts, Mr. Charles Walsh, Mr Ronald Anderson. Missing from picture: Mrs. joan Hall. "y,w1 .,-Q'-"EFT is Y ci., , ",V,' '- -5 .svn QT ,hi 1 3, fis- X 41. -ef LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ART DEPARTMENT Miss Ida Besdesky, Mr. Robert Smith, Miss Jean Miss Genevieve Pielusko, Mr. Andrew Kooistra, Mrs Guthrie. Lois Taylor. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTK BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Miss Barbara Blow, Mrs. Jane Dnquette, Miss Mzirgarot Mr. Mur ay Lehman, Mr. Larry O. Ostrander. A. Hornung. .FUN A -, " f - lqlq' X . Xp! f 7 .Q 0 ,,i1Js- 10, Q j' ' Oli Llrff, N ' hw f JT dl 'E at fy' . .J , iff ,QT My Q L, A Ji 0' 0. 4 1' ,JI 11' - N01 " G, , ' 531 I ' -ij X NPA r fo 'E My N WW XJ Xylyj' . si , fy.. .X ,, ,I :A A, Pl .iw I . .HM 7 INDUSTRIAL ARTS MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Robert Feyh, Mr. Raymond C. Getman, Mr. Robert' Mr. Louis Newmark, Miss Dorothy Robinson, Mr A. Wolf. John C. Smead. HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFICE STAFF Dr. Eula M. Conkling, Mrs. Helen J. VanKirk, Mrs. Mrs, Sayde Katz, Miss Norma King, Miss Mary Mitch- Adele Mance, Mrs. Leah Heroy, Attendance Officer. ell, Miss Caroline Rider, missing from picture, Mrs Rhoda Stern. 3 Pia J M km? 21311 Q af K J 1 i ,gif A A, V, s.f,J,-,films .rg-,Ei LP.: ig M aw sg: - V - 2' , Z-, V:-c-.Hn 5: .',-if if , I 1 50' L 1 -' aw: -v:!'5gg.5s:f mi 1 , ff 2 .- 9:7132 V vw is 5' 1 L.-:ly-.tt I-, a '15 'fx if 21'-I 17?-E" V ,,' is xi H.. 1, Q Q 1535 sr' ,-3 Wipe ': +"" J ,Q 1: Y jj: E A ' Q 3 .fr -.' 'PF Wg ,F 'r -vga ' - 15 ' sv Hx I r 91 2? e.i.wQA'g213 I . , I I 5 J MR. VINCENT P. STANGER Elementary Principal Ig - ri A ss .. I I 'ff , if E s lass 'wwf' l as Q l EQQEQIJ' a N .352 ,, ,aa .. W are gn 35 ., ,am ia? gm 2 5' MR. ANTHONY PERCOCO Assistant Elementary Principal SIXTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Alida Rose, Mr. Leon Greenberg, Mrs. Emma Mr. Pierce Palmer, Mrs. Leota Slater, Mr. Gerald Bennett, missing from picture, Mr. Richard Davis. BUCk21lfC1', missing ff0m PICYUYC, MIS- Mary Wolf- E .Eg - fm ZW A ,- '-.I FOURTH GRADE THIRD GRADE Mrs. Teresa Dietsch, Miss Frieda Krutenat, Miss Mar- Mrs. Mildred Solomon, Mrs. Dorothy Hocmer, Mrs. guerite Hommel, Miss Betty Grosfent, missing from Pearl Rippert, Mrs. Josephine Conroy, missing from picture, Miss Helen Shriver. picture, Mrs. Catherine Follette. ,F as SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE Mrs. Marion Getman, Mrs. Helen Mulkeen, Miss Ethel Miss Irene K. Mohr, Mrs. justina Ortlieb, Miss Jennie Morgans, Miss Phyllis Burton, missing from picture, McDowell, missing from picture, Mrs. Lynne Horowitz, Mrs. Wenonah Harris, Mrs. Lois Kortright. Mrs. Shirley Palmer. I6 4 N521 fn 1 WY NY 'Mn KINDERGARTEN Mrs. Grace Terwilliger, Mrs. Phyllis Renson. HW? ' 5. Z. mg -ag.. i yl l NAPANOCH RURAL ANNEX Mrs. Eleanor Rosakranse, Mr. Edwin Chase, Mrs. Mrs. Lenore Wright, Miss Mary Otens, Mrs. Bertha Margaret Gallagher, Miss Helen Cushner, missing from Riseley, Mr. Edward M. Russert. picture, Mrs. Florence Newmark. MRS. FRANKL N D ROOSEVELT 211 EAST ET NEW YORK 21. N. Y. My dear Cele: January 29, 1957 I am glad that I am going to be with you at graduation time. Graduating from high school is of course only a beginning of another phase of life, and I think it should be considered a new beginning rather than an end. The world is a difficult place for young people to I hope you will feel that on in college, if you are through reading and other cation which may come your to college. understand today, and your education can go going to college, or opportunities for edu way if you don't go With my best wishes for the future. Very sincerely yours, 7 'hs i ummm f , 0 - ,I Qw- ag? A r PETER ANDERSEN Blond Viking, with brains galore, Pretty fast on that basketball floor. i MARGARET BENJAMIN Five feet two, eyes of bl e, X Another one of the.Cga,gnV!lcrew. fl I 'If 'L W eff ibfl A f W ,f Q A0 lffff ff W, of Q -lf7pj,4'Uf iw ,lj J , ' fli f i f T Lo, - , , , , 'i-Eff?-5' Ay jd! f f, J .-'..i-m1Egfr- pf' a. ff, J ul I Rf 'Ti ,Q M .1 f ' a ll f 'Qin ll new f veet f C BE AN cl! if T Last of the Thespians, and to beqbrref, i.. ,ly -f'5ytdlx.-.,,.ri:1' English, Quill, Yearbook editorigin-chief. t s A "' rl, C! ,T fwig fl '2 ,re 5 .VV Q I 25525221-Sig T! 52 T . z if ,,f-L" ' 1' .5 """?'i"' ill, Biff A A A, L4 ft F L! ,YY 5 ,sf f , of , i f xg ,W E 3 'yn gy A SEE' . ,. 1 1 - ' I' f' J AJ 'I -if we T Neff as f J if sf fe xfi LM ' I I .5 ,7-Xsxkfal - - ff V' ,H ee A :WM A, tw of ARTHUR BILYEU Most valuable player and here's a twist, This fellow's going to be a psychologist. RENEE BLOCK If in this school she had a late start, She more than made up, for she's lovely and smart. xii.- Zi, BURTON BLUESTEIN "Old Man river," he sings bass, With his ding-dong Plymouth. he sets the pace. PHYLLIS BOGARTZ Very nice girl and a good athlete, Nice to look at and real neat '- 1 .I If EL4.: qf LESLIE BOLLMAN ffufffz WF'-' , .qua -- Great big grin, future engineer, aim- gi f... Shift that big Lincoln into high gear. fisgsg lg! 2 :iii-1? i,!,,. Wig Z? :-1: fjfj 4 255 iff : iama jill' :rs -,Liv gi: ,,.-- "" vo 'M' l 641 5 4-S 1-.ug . Mg.. E x YVJ! .,. , "ra 5 N- ' X wrjffiiyrff ANITA BORIS If rw 4. ,M A I Small pint, who's always perplexed, 'K Little and shy, and rarely gets vexed. BEVERLY BOXER 1 r A very lovely girl who wants to be a , 5 Q nurse ' Her charm can hardly be expressed in 3 H 1, verse. in JANITH BRAUN Big blue eyes, and very sweet, , A good dancer and fine athlete BETTY LOU BROWN Betty's a girl with flaxen curls, One of the class's quieter girls. gigwwa f ,L f G'TRUDE Braoyc1NV54d E - A She's small and shy and very kinds , I U HHTIIIHIIHIII A girl aS Pleasant is hard to find. Lf ' I IUIIIIIIIU llllll llllllr' I nlll' nnmf Vi ,WY , T, as In THOMAS BROWN N Fastest man on the basketball squad, si i Crazy crew-cut and a real hot-rod. lt w il O MARION BYRD Blondie, the future foretells, That she will be hearing wedding bells. nfmgyr-0-ew ,.f:ffe-ef 'sg E l 'Z t gk l SUZANNE CORWIN 1 In the future a doctor she will be, l , Education and work with her agree. t l ELLA COUTANT Here's a gal who's sweet and cute, This is a statement none will dispute. fl . 71 - , ,' . Y, I ',f" I -X f 3ELh,L X is if rigidly? RUT 4 G 7 ' ll:lll!l Shorthanclfa yv' ma ea ' Andth R hpla ob. "glib, Jig JOAN DEPEW A quiet girl whom everyone likes, In bowling she always makes the most strikes RUTH DIXON She s very nice She takes those with ease T5 3 .--wi., ,e Y fswe 1-- r WWE? 4jW5Zc'S' WWW EILEEN ECK For swimming and diving she has a gps- .A knack. E She lives way down in "Naponoch." HARRY' FINEROW He comes from the place of mysterious sights, Outspoken representative from Ulster Heights. .513 - !1 .--""...'i Hi --:sis-:5 4 -1?-12 Q .X gl affix! ,fm f SADIE FITZGERALD I ff' ff flap' ,ii 'Ji -1 lg-.nl PHYLLIS FINKELSTEIN ' Here comes that hard worker, Phyl, -: ,vii She-'s the editor o ur ill-." W I if . I f- -- a ngie. 4 l V H v , .2 is .. f i f 1 all p ""a5.'."r'-""-""Q'? ii,if' ' , - - q,, - fl lg L ,X ' 1 E U W -QW X tl all r If you like them quiet, herefsqig choice, - She's always obliging, and has a soft voice. PAUL FOSTER To Grahamsville High School he said good-bye, And now he's a graduate of Ellenville High. --.1 M V 4 Q D W5 W' - Wlgifff Q ,ww DAVID FREER Our Caruso xoice of gold Flashing eyes and very bold. NANCY FRIEDBERG rr. . fr .... ,, -.Lil s , - ss 1 If-. x' , Wl1en looking for a friend in time of need, just call on Nan, a true pal indeed. tg y 24:2 ' r T. - -v L4"af.T. ...:: ' -. ...fl I :T-:.".T:,, -l- E --Y.. l... l T...-i DIANE GEISELHART Emir., ,,. Another flower of the Naponoch girls, nagging With a sweet, shy smile and long black m mm :..-Ti--L CLlrlS. V ,,,'f, ' X ff: -I 2 f ff ?l'3'T"" " ff 1' - Q wif -' -5: f W M e 52 fy W -li-1,1 ' V . 1 - X, fi Q - -, , x .xv wa X .-.- -Q anus-X NANCY GETMAN It pays to be modest when you re nice and have brains, Studying for her is certainly no strain. BARBARA GORDON Music, Latin, brains and more brains, To be a scholar one must take pains. A?" .W fw- W521 , me, X ROBERT GORMAN Cute forward, six foot four, With those looks, he sure does score. EDWARD GRAHAM ,,,.. 'SQ 1 'v sy -- Very hard worker, Class president, Most cooperative fellow a popular gent JOHN HIRSCH Very sharp, and to be specific, His droll humor is really terrific. ol ' Qgr,-Mgr! K,-.Lihr-QJCJSIKQ-..'1J 'Lo f,w-.,x :13JL.ce:q, ,.2,f-frrvxi' - Jilllivxb-J2.! .Slit-1,-,fy-, WXNUUW KATHLEEN IRISH This is a girl who's really quite neat, She's tall and slim and very sweet. LEONA KACZMAREK Drivers education is so much fun, When she's driving everyone starts to run N'-v A5 'sd fix 'hr' 'T' JOAN KATZ Here s n lass who s truly fair, Of charm and wit she has her share. RUTHANNE KELLY Another of the Kellys who has gone to ii 1 this school, She's good both in and out of a pool. RITA KOSOFSKY Rita's ambitious, and deserves our applause. She'll always work hard for any good cause. FRANCIS KROM That Cragsmoor crew-cut sets the style, . ,wg Q Q It's only equalled by his smile. '-E7 1 TED LAWRENCE Look at those srdebums, who can it be, Looks very much like Elvis Presley. 55' r Zh- , EW A 1 I 1 EDN v Def , -ids' F727 1 ' JEROME LIPP AN H Jerry's our own Huckleberry Finn, ' Complete with freckles and a wide, V , ' grin. ' In ,s ,., l -r K, x.. Q5 I an .. Q . A ALLAN LONSTEIN Baseball, basketball, green Pontiac, Always ready with a timely crack. QA ' wk- NSR ' Ea Xa- ' A 5 'X ' of Q3 X QP' 1 X . le I A X MN ll X i is i A t l f f N xx .. KV...X ifflilil .4 1 , it ff!! gy i we - ff 5 W fi ,J fp LOIS MCGARRY Ili' ,mt She was looking for another book re- port when, - I , 'I ' L 'lhijgiiltj She remembered Gone ll'!IffJ lhe ll"1nd, gg Q M In I and used it again. 1 -. - :li---: fi- :-. 5-5. " 4-LJLAQJJ ...i 1 3-at-Q if l6z,o-347' 1-5 0+ ' f -i - 1 5-11 I if v ' Mapa! 545' .':'f':' 7 14 W by fiwyqw 5 l 1 ,4603 JAMES MADISON Jimmy's our boy, indeed a lad who is fine, But not the president of 1809. FRANK MARCHESE Real nice fellow, loves spaghetti, Varsity basketball, always steady. L 5 , .TD Q , A twister ,W Jllffw R 1 - 'MJ' " ,we-""' 0' I si f 'il - l - J: x f f f"- f ff . It A X7 il 'jE'Qi1r,.g r g N flf' ol 1 : X' ' ' 1: rg I ' ..4 . 2. K l I f ' X if 1 ll Xxx 1' I It I ll 51 ll ' X x X 1: -1 !. .Xi 1 1- X14 : .rf-7 32:11:15: iztsrzmg X' X ' --- u --- -. 71 wi L 'u x -.-Nam. Ki "J iff!! , JY" 2 'E' 'lv a - 1 . - A.f .X I Q :I ' c 4 Q , 'I . . . 1 I X sv L ,, h Q . I s 1 V J- . ,. .. .' ,- o . il " V' 'KT no stranger. 'Tl Nobody knows it, but shes the Lone ' Ranger. 'fm M' ewifa We My FQ, fi CLAUDETTE MA L y Handy with an easel. to a horse she's ' CLYDE MARL Buckie Marl in his tiny red Cart, He puts in a gallon and hopes it will Start. F""" """ , F, l'- me V, L VINCENT MESSIN A Vim, vigor, vitality too, Makes Vinnie oneof the crew. Q if of 23" Mm, q, , y2Q4-15:51 A R 4' X f ' . -l ' D ' f . MQ L-to 24,5 Cir, 1 1' U - swwf' 0 4' JM mf- " 'T ' '7 ' .ffl-7 jfb, L? I.. V. f' fif'-'I' " LLM! M ' v u V I -I -f I Y A ig ' X , I , .31 V6 ,X CA 7- I Y. E inhff I-I,-Q jp Q ,- LQ6fDf'k!Ll,,VQ, L' CTL, cj fx QIIVVQ ,L fd X 4 LC!! W7-iff f'ffiff2Lf'J"4" ,ww I 3 I li zfyf, Q5 11,44 Rf! We 9 aw 7 to r N "fn'luw'f!.v A 1 ,l -' 1 I ., ADRIAN MILTON i Intramural everything, Student Council fi ' Q, R pride, Q " " g in Basketball timer, nice fellow beside. JOSEPHINE PAINTER V- - A literary master sl1e'll someday be, She has loads of brains and personality. ww ,wlyl , flygiwwl W H l5 qfi3iRli3bARli X'i1oLLACK Mr. Lehman taught her. and she practiced until, She became typing editor of the Quill. HOWARD RANDALL Military man, real sly. He'll be a general by and by. l MARTIN RAZINSKY E5 Such a quiet fellow that one would never know, Where he gets that out-offhool "get up an 0,302.1 1' Qfm fwff R yywjytf' 1 ff L Q W W4 M 1' fi . ff' nfl df SUSAN ROSENBAUM 1 Phxcltgairaphy, stenography, and hard mf Make sl rl wh 'ill ver s ' . .131 mfg W ,I , Q ACHLER 0 . jfixrl i lad at nothing will stop, lj W heoj rts on his way to the top Jr l ' 'E Q: rr L' T'iE:: '- -' E : ---..::::-3 V y '..'! -. '-4 X - E:::- 2:52 'gs' :lift ' Q IC .LESEHU El 1? 19 PHILLIP SCRAGGS Engineer boots, with an intelligent mind, its A fellow like that is hard to find. 'Orig MARLENE SIEGEL -I--tl-4-4' 4-v-4--1 --1 L-sais,-29593 ..S..: P Sli 1 nr -fll gg til :iii- There's mischief a-brewin, it must be Marlene, This gal's sense of humor is really keen Ex AUDREY SIMRIN With honors and skill. she now is complete. Here's to Audreyg our best girl athlete. BARBARA SLUTSKY cvs Watch out for Barbara she's got a new joke, w In English or Spanish, it's sure to pro- X voke. X 'ei CHARLES SLUTSKY 3 . Some dancer and dresser to race him don t try, Ol' Danny Dodge will pass you all by! EKQUWMW WM' ' RICHARD SMITH Lanky and tall, another quiet one, Drives old grey Plymouth second to none. M SANDRA SMITH She has a uiet voice, is slim and q blonde, Of her it is easy to be fond. wwigfi X lllmll ll iffy f ff -' DOREEN SOLOMON ' i. .1i Here's to Doreeng she's smart and a leader, L- s When it comes to the piano, it's sure r x : --- -"""-L v- T E -ff A ww W 2 2 gl 1 - I . V it If J hard to beat her! bfi T' .. I I.: WM vb 59 PAUL STRUDLER ' ' WN A 1 I-Ie's stubborn, he's smart, sometimes 4 J he'll agree, I M 4 He loves his tennis and chemistry. ' ' . 4- V " j ' 1' 'MICHAEL TANNENBAUM Dentist's son, what can you do, He wants to be a tooth-puller too. IOSEPHINE UNVERZAGT She's spunky and spry, our madame president, She has new ideas for every event. LEONA VAN ETTEN A country girl through and through, Here's a girl sincere eil, jxzfb L Z :"l.,. 11511 L,,,3gf3,.7 sQaf.-ff.i 4 . " in-., ,D ,nm '11-'W - ALL if 11- V 4 ,f i ,if:f.f.fez1,zL.z7', ,, gf -Ve" ii ip?"-" ..- Z5 v--wzf:fffz i' ffm 1 FREDREN WARNER l 'Tlf T iZ 1:Qf?:T7 ll-'Z Very quiet, not a sound, d fl: 21" 5-71 1 A- Hard to tell when Fred's aroun . yfffi if f'y?g.213 -Q f 4, '?f f' ff f , '-- ,Q ,f if 1 f f' I I nik HERBERT WEINSOFF Ny X From here to Ulster Heights isnxfirgry Jw lx Especially if Herby is driving theytar ll lx 1 ' J Ti i ' it - me l , IOS H WE sBEJlG ly. " 0 scie ious degft frorrf hilt of town, 'A' 6 pleas IdiIeln't lghe as- ent wnxillx M. i Q ix ll' I y 1 l ' 'll N M.- ' 33 .. iq...--7 W - - -q 1521- W-:..7.n , ,M . , . W, SZIFN 44. u, ' , gal: 1, ii -f - if f - l JACK WEISS Buckwalter's prideg there goes his tray, He only broke a thousand dishes today. 116' QW? Snr THEODORA WITTMER Here's to Teddy, the Seniors' majorette, She's one of the best, on that you can bet. x ill' L l 1 A :VIL X , lf' , lf f ld JI VL," li,-' bf' 'I -' z . al' 5, I ,. J 1 - l gi' U .Lf 1, if LW pf 'J ,af ik " ff fgi t I y ' flu-My 0 0, J . 'l 1 ff N lf bb , f r Q l fo I ljllgj ffxlli J X X MQ We e 1 i W lf JOAN YERKINS U XX joan's a gal who's really hep, Small and sharp and full of pep. THOMAS BURKHOUSE To everyone, he is courteous and kind, A fellow as nice is hard to find. 34 'S' 1. SENIOR DIRECTORY ANDERSEN, PETER-Honor Society 3, 4, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, President 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Math Club 3, Class Vice-President 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BORIS, ANITA-Transferred from Kerhonkson. Quill 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. BENJAMIN, MARGARET-Transferred from Ker- honkson. BERMAN, CELE-Honor Society 4, Quill 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A.A. Board 2, President 3, Intramurals 1, 3, French Club 1, 2, Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Little Theater 1, 2, Class Secretary 2, 3, Operetta 2, Yearbook Editor- in-chief 4. BILYEU, ARTHUR-Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Intramurals 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. BLOCK, RENEE-Service Board 3, Quill 3, Intra- murals 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Yearbook Business Manager 4. BOGARTZ, PHYLLIS-Varsity Club 4, Leaders' Club 4, Student Council 4, Service Board 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill 2, 3, Intramurals 2, Operetta 2. BLUESTEIN, BURTON-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, Leaders' Club 1, 2, Basketball Manager 1, 2, Quill 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, NYSSMA 2, 4, Track 1, Projectionist Club 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, French Club 1, Student Council 4, Class President 2, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. BOLLMAN, LESLIE-Projectionist Club 1, 2, Quill 1, 2, Safety Patrol, Lieutenant 4, Intramurals 4, Year- book Art-Editor 4. BOXER, BEVERLY-Glee Club 1, Quill 3, Lead- ers' Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4, Senior Little Theater 1, Student Council 1, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, Cheerleader 1, 3, Captain 4, Class Treasurer 1. BRAUN, JANITI-I-Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, French Club 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Senior Little Theater 1. BROWN, BETTY LOU- Library Club Vice-Presb dent 1, Quill 4. BROWN, GERTRUDE-Library Club 1. BROWN, THOMAS-I. V. Baseball 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball I. V. 1, Captain 2, Varsity 4, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Projectionist Club 1, Intramurals 3, 4. BYRD, MARION-Library Club 1, Quill 2, 4, In- tramurals 3, 4. CORWIN, SUZANNE-Mixed Chorus 4, Glee Club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3. COUTANT, ELLA-Glee Club 1, Intramurals' 1, 2. DELONG, RUTH-Library Club Treasurer 1, In- tramurals 1. DEPEW, JOAN-Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ECK, EILEEN-Glee Club 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 33 Intramurals 2, 4, Service Board 2. . FINEROW, HARRY-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 3, Soccer 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. FINKLESTEIN, PHYLLIS-Intramurals' 2, 3, 4, Quill 1, 2, Editor-in-Chief 4, Library Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Operetta 3. FITZGERALD, SADIE-Library Club 2. FREER, DAVID-Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. FRIEDBERG, NANCY-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Traffic Club 3, Operetta 2, 3, Quill 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Little Theater 1. GETMAN, NANCY-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, President 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, NYSSMA 3, Honor Society 4, Yearbook Sports Editor, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, French Club 2, Class Treasurer 4. GORDON, BARBARA-Honor Society 4, NYS- SMA 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, President 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, Senior Little Theater 1, In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Yearbook Literary Editor, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Service Board 3, 4. GORMAN, ROBERT-Basketball j.V. 1, 2, V. 3, 4, Baseball 1, Projectionist Club 1, Soccer 1, 2, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. GRAHAM, EDWARD-Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Manager, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Manager, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Manager, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Boys' Glee Club 1, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Safety Pa- trol 4, NYSSMA 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Photography Editor 4, Intramurals 4, Class President 4, Pro- jectionist Club 3. H1RscH, JOHN-Quill 1, 2, 3, chess Club 1. IRISH, KATHLEEN-Glee Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Leaders' Club 3, Service Board 2, A.A. Board 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, Vice-President 3, Mixed Chorus. KATZ, JOAN-Honor Society 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader j.V. 1, 2, V. 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Senior Little Theater 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Operetta 2, Library Club 1, Yearbook Associate Editor 4. KELLY, RUTHANNE-A.A. Board 3, 4, Service Board 2, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. KOSOFSKY, RITA-Varsity Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Service Board 2, President 3, 4, Yearbook Advertis- ing Manager 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. Board 2, 3, 4, Library Club Treasurer 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Operetta 2, 3, Senior Little Theater 1, 2, Band 1, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4. KROM, FRANCIS-Basketball, j.V. 1, 2, V. 3, 4, Baseball 1, Track 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2. LIPPMAN, JEROME-Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, Basketball 1. LONSTEIN, ALLAN-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Boys' Glee Club 1, Senior Little Theater 1, Student Council 1, 2, 33 Soccer 1. MADISON, JAMES-Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Glee Club 5, 4. MARCHESE, FRANK-Intramurals 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, Basketball, j.V. 1, 2, V. 4, Leaders' Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Glee Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 2, Senior Little Theater 1, Class Secretary 1, Class Treasurer 2, 39 Class Vice-President 4. MARL, CLYDE-Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4. MARL, CLAUDETTE-Intramurals 2, 33 Quill 4, Leaders' Club 4. MCGARRY, LOIS-Glee Club 1, Intramurals 2, 3, Library Club 3. MESSINA, VINCENT-Soccer 3, 4, Baseball V. 1, Intramurals 3, 4, Senior Little Theater 2, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3. MILTON, ADRIAN-Senior Little Theater 1, Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Leaders' Club 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, Baseball Manager 1, Quill 3, 4, Safety Pa' trol 4, French Club 1. PAINTER, JOSEPHINE-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Varsity Club 4, French Club 1, 2, Quill 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Honor Society 3, President 4. POLLACK, BARBARA-Library Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Operetta 2, Quill 3, 4. ROSENBAUM, SUSAN-Varsity Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club 4, A.A. Board 2, Service Board 3, Senior Little Theater 2, Operetta. SCHONBACHLER, CARL-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3. SCRAGGS, PHILIP-Track 1, Quill 3. SIEGEL, MARLENE-French Club 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A.A. Board 3, 4, Operetta 2, Senior Little Theater 1. SIMIRIN, AUDREY-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Varsity Club 2, President 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SLUTSKY, BARBARA-Senior Little Theater 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, A.A. Board 3, 4, Operetta 2, Service Board 4, Student Council 2, Quill 3. SLUTSKY, CHARLES-Tennis 3, 4, French Club 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Sports Editor 4. SMITH, RICHARD-Basketball 1, 2. SMITH, SANDRA-Glee Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Service Board 2: SOLOMON, DOREEN-Senior Little Theater 1, Quill 1, French Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Class President 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, President 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. Board 2, 3, 4. STRUDLER, PAUL-Honor Society 3, 4, Yearbook Feature Editor 4, Quill 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Math Club 3, Projectionist Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, Vice- President 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Safety Patrol Captain 4. TANNENBAUM, MICHAEL-Basketball j.V. 1, 2, V. 3, Captain 4, Tennis 1, 2, Captain 3, 4, Soccer 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists Club 1, 2, 3. WEINSOFF, HERBERT--Projectionist Club 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4. WARNER, FREDREN-Projectionist Club 2. WEISS, JACK-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Intramurals 4. WEISBERG, JOSEPH-Student Council 1, French Club 1, Glee Club 4. UNVERZAGT, JOSEPHINE-Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Senior Little Theater 1, Operetta 2, 3, A. A. Board 3, 4, French Club 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Girls' State 3. VAN ETTEN, LEONA-Glee Club 2, Intramurals 3. Vr .v-V -17 'i-' 7' an H X gg QL, w 128.1-' 5' H N Us 1 , 1 r -.,,. I , ,,p-- wi. WH H - nas Jw W1 N 'gf i- gas.. ,, H, ,N M 1 Hn H W ....... M. f.,,5, , Y .-if ,fda ugd M9 " 'Q :I Iv A 5 a:k Q our ,, g W hh ps Hg ' l 'Q z .11 775 Jfnffofv H15 TDRY . 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E + --:- ' .L- -.i..--'- Y an i-,lL A i A -E7- ...-.1-. ,g,l.Q es v A 1 I jg .r U" " '- "5 " Q ,-E' " , 'Z' 5.,X ,ll I f 'f 1 f- - -.- , ,- -r --'Pm ?qV'Q SAW Z', 4"l frf if"-ff' ' 1fj . 2 I -Q.:-1 fi ' ff" , 1 'f' I 1' -' ' rf'- f NYJ. ,Q-,QJZM '-4 ,I Affu :JZf4'Q,: ' .- f 5 4 ,, Jafar! 39 4 A 5 if 21' 16? if '2',ff.?'Qf.4.'ZZ?',5-f f SENIOR WILL As we start on our journey, knowing that we may never return, we would like to bequeath to those who will follow in our footsteps the following, with the restriction that they be of sound mind and body: EDWARD GRAHAM bequeaths his school parking place to next year's Senior Class President. HARRY FINEROW leaves his little brother. SUZANNE CORWIN exits after trying to prove that sleep isn't necessary. EILEEN ECK leaves Liberty Hill. BURT BLUESTEIN wills to Miss Besdesky a manual entitled "You Too Can Run A Tape Recorder." JACK WEISS leaves his Plymouth to any salvage company that will take it. BARBARA POLLACK donates her speedy fingers and typing skill to next year's Typing Editor of Quill. JOANIE KATZ leaves Mr. Kaufman . . . HOWIE RANDALL bestows his Civil Service rating on Mike Newell. PAUL STRUDLER exits wondering if "He'll Ever Know." RUTHANNE KELLY leaves the swimming pool to Mr. North. PHYLLIS FINKLESTEIN relinquishes the mimeograph machine to next year's Editor- in-Chief of Quill. JO UNVERZAGT leaves a book to next year's Student Council President on "How to Control Your Vice Presidents." JOAN DEPEW leaves a tenpin standing for joan Glusker. CHARLES SLUTSKY passes on his address book to "little" Charlie. RITA KOSOFSKY departs hoping that next year she will receive a Varsity Club holiday basket. RUTH DELONG and SADIE FITZGERALD leave with a smile. BEVERLY BOXER vacates her spot in Mr. Martineau's living room. LEONA KACZMAREK leaves Phyllis Tucker. MARLENE SIEGEL leaves her giggle to Ellen Binder. AUDREY SIMRIN wills Carnation Avenue to Corky Knight. MARTIN RAZINSKY gives peace and quiet to Mr. Martineau. 'IANITH BRAUN wills her pony tail to Mr. Smead. CELE BERMAN leaves her yearbook staff to anyone who plans to study psychology. PETE ANDERSEN donates his innocent smile to Marc Cramer. CLYDE MARL and FRAN KROM will the Cragsmoor route to Dickie Peters. FRANK MARCHESE, Ellenville High basketball star, shoots his way out of E.H.S. ARTHUR BILYEU leaves his father to care for Ellenville High. DAVID FREER gives the band an opening for a steady trumpet player. BOB GORMAN vacates a spot in the "Gorman Five." NAN GETMAN exits wishing French was a four year course. HERB WEINSOFE leaves . . . without a pass. TOM BROWN leaves his fabulous foul shot for next year's Newburgh game. MIKE TANNENBAUM wills his size twelve sneakers to anyone who thinks he can fill them. In witness thereof, we hereunto set our hands and seal, this twenty-fourth day of Iune, 1957. THE SENIOR CLASS SENIOR PROPHECY VINNIE MESSINA has given his father the car key. JO PAINTER will write a book entitled "ANDERSENville." AL LONSTEIN, star fullback, has run 73 yds. for a touchdown, the wrong way of course. CLAUDETTE MARL has become the first woman to complete a journey around the world, on a horse. ANITA BORIS, KATHLEEN IRISH and SANDRA SMITH are still playing the num- bers in the Bell System. BARBARA SLUTSKY, the Alabama Comet, is burning a path to the Spanish Embassy. LEONA VANETTEN has written her latest article on "How to Earn an 'A' in English." DIANE GEISELHART has finally raised her voice! MARION BYRD has added a band to her baubles. PEGGY BENJAMEN has proved that good things can come in very small packages. TOM BURKHOUSE has discovered, at last, which twin has the Toni. LOIS McGARRY is now an inch taller than JOAN YERKINS. PAUL FOSTER has just won the Indianapolis 500 speedway race. RUTH DIXON has just been voted "The Most Cooperative Secretary." SUSAN ROSENBAUM has finally snapped . . . her very last picture. JOSEPH WEISBERG and GERTRUDE BROWN have just broken the sound barrier. FRED WARNER has just killed a deer barehanded. DOREEN SOLOMON has just become president of the PTA. ELLA COUTANT has succeeded Yul Brynner in "Anastasia," RENEE BLOCK has finally collected her thoughts. PHYLLIS BOGARTZ now runs a bus from Oneonta to Hunter. JOHN HIRSCH was elected mayor of Phillipsport. TEDDY WITTMER granted J. Sheffield exclusive rights to the intercom system. PHIL SCRAGGS just left Mr. Maloy and his quarter sheets of paper. CARL SCHONBACHLER plays cool jazz at the Festival. NAN FRIEDBERG and BETTY BROWN are in elementary school for good. JERRY LIPPMAN got hit with a pizza on Beat the Clock. JAMES MADISON found a way to make a triple exhaust. ADRIAN MILTON timed his last basketball game. RICHARD SMITH changed his name to Brown Cdifferent Pj BARBARA GORDON has just made an R. C. A. recording of "Bach and roll songs." TED LAWRENCE has just bought an "I Hate Elvis" pin. LES BOLLMAN has just stepped off the edge of Mr. B1oom's plane. THE NEW SCHOOL HAS FINALLY BEEN COMPLETED!! ' M F ll: . fl G9 L l 1,0 W -fi' L-J WL -N wf"f 4 V ,W Mr LW l ' x fi V W1 f f , IX X J f - "vw N W '5 fp ,ff.1m ,ffl 3- :J ' ' K 6 9 ,7 , : '-' x, 4 VJJM fy M ! 5 15 I cg C' YU ? milk I ! f E I 4 , X- 1 . 1 MJ! HUWOXJVJ - , fywf ' ' gg f7f 4- 6-czffb . J ,f ' ' b V Q , L ffmffaof -X Q fzggff fffy lam' Lf Jana Lily! W A I, I. 2145.9 ,A ?g F 5 W ,f N A L T f f 4 1 ... 5-Q! if , ig ,ff idfr' A- .u 1 Q- ' "': ' - A X? bex- '53 , XQQJ ff? 'Q " Muff ! 6 .:-QF? - f , 1 - . ' X !' Q W fi? fiifffd ' M, HSi.,xXY W , A 5 V M J Q40 vi ff 'xkx , 151 XN3 'g - ' . . 3 X-'H 4 , ' xy, ,fl Lil, , 1 . 'V 4" ' . N : E -4 V"' - Q 'W M A ff ! V, N nkfixr f Z 0 Q 7' f Slk V . 'L W. - fx - V - 'E X Sw IWW' tl T Q J f A 1 Q I I Y I I I K7 Q ' ' ' PQ ll ,JL 'Lf' 5 3' K 1-w 74 . ' X : " N ff 5 fc ' "-Q' ' , f 1 V' px iv! -1- M2412 J fi! V Q :af Mgff ,fevfffcfyffg 0 Ze.: 91- Kfaadft - ,: , ' V g K., .2 eff! XOXO FN 4 1 5 ' T - Wff Hfffdchve ,- .7'arr9'-7' fN- -X N U ISU - Imz eff Jin 94 -+7 1 Z '15 J , XX ff! M fyddf' X 6'aq0afz fire , ffzffk 99 Pe fc 45M f R WW RJUNIOR VW I 'S N - OFFICERS PRESIDENT .....,..........,....................... Alan Wllllams VICE-PRESIDENT .......... ..........., P atricia Wright TREASURER ......................... ............ B elle LCVir1C SECRETARY .... ....................................... R oslyn Perl N O CMM Af ,W 1' ff' M41 Rf WK fd? . I y W LR N R .pb 4 Q ??imJ?bQ X f my SX ulxjiix J Q 5 5 sc. - YQ' pg' S :Q L 3 iw me N mf . Q. N ' A . - Nb '. . R ' 2 " 1 , x i K- . N 3033 4 f K Www 5-b v-2 .. . M X xixw X - Q L xx X- - X' R rr " ' lu XQJ Q' Q13 - XQBQQR Xmwxi XURXXQJ a if .Lk l CLASS The junior square dance, "Down in Dogpatchj' was one of the most suc- cessful square dances to be held this year. Other even highlighting the activities of the Class of '58 were the selection , I ' of the class r gs :Vid the traditional junior-Senior game. A -.V l ' l uf In , 4, J .X 1 l if lil N lf all , QL ' E x -3Wj'f'l wx M V ! Q R Q-EU I 5515 Jkmggiw WVWRRQQEZQQ ORE , , X za 615552K x, W 46 rg X .3 1 dj Db ' x R ' Ng 5 - t X5 5 N 'A . ulxxy X Rx fb as ry X, 'QQ XL JX- 2 ,xx F3 :il E, 22 ' X -u ' ' 1 - 5 A 'Q ,, PJ . . I I 1 1 I X fx N, ' ' A EM R IV QF IJ I, . N D WCP 1 ERs,' PRESIDENT ....... ' .....,,,..,.,.............. R ichard Bock an VICE-PRESIDENT .,.,.............A..,........... Beth H dey SECRETARY ......... ..................... Beverly D st 1 TREASURER ........ Sandra Rosato Qjyliilii 3,15 PS5 A fi, 5556 Qs 3 - 'X !f,f,P'0.fy 'I J CLASS ,QXxM,Lv Ojjwfrff M WWW A M444 5g,,,.f'!f' LJ A jlyimi R: X11Ds,.f,X ' 2' I , M 1 ' J The sophs have had an extre y active and profitable school year. 'Among the more outstanding events of t e Sophomore Class were the Soph pencil sale and the Freshman-Sophomore basketball game. fi' C55 li' lg A Ny --A 'Tc A, X Q vi 1-' g fl el A- X 5' H- -1' , ' , R , ,' Q' . ,I Sliyxl 1 , Uwe! kfj f ' X V1 if fix +1 fi- f- 'R ' Q " vi f ' N 1 1 U 5 T . yd , u u- V Y -L Q, LJ X, M Q I , , J., Mx K l gi ' - ' fb- ag ll Ji if. V " n ---.,4 , I -a ly 4 il rg 7 X uf T X I . . . U V3 ..., K A' It ,O V -..1 wa. Q, ,i 5 . 1 1 Mi- .fr 9 -. 1 V i A PM c 3 Q , X s 'x 'X Wx I ' 1 3 ' . ' x my 1 I ff0jm R MM? RMRM VICE-PRESIDENT ..............,............. than C SECRETARY ,.............,.....,...,... . 15 f 3' TREASURER .A.. ...... w fwrre , A , ' If A K, N 5 ,EMR 1 35? WL PM' ww ' A Kb figs? wif - Yvllggg AQ u ,X , , gif, X? 48 it iyggq Satan ' ,Nb JM cLAss ff 0' ' ww The Freshman Class started this year with the very successful "Barn Door Dance" which was succeeded by another informal dance, and the traditional Freshman-Sophomore basketball game. The Class of 1960 is well represented in athletics and many other extra- curricular activities about school. VIEW i 1 1 , 1, I-Q. M A 1,5 ,. 4 W. ,F V ...-..,- ,-, . ... ' : A " K A' 44 -vw ' M.. - -5 -, J , A ' Qfafi? S+w ' f CS"1f"?'f"6 Wu' 'J L ,- , ., ,. , , M W.. I I Ilsll' www vm- an f 1 T . .bv fn .LN Ag-ri RQ were 2 , ..,, F 1 wg Q A rlgmgj, ,,. Q ai 'Ar 4 Q 1 n ' , ifIQ.El gg ff 1 ' . Q '-em . A-Aw Q mx 1 3: 322 ma' 3 2 ,ew Qggau , . 529' ,mm WF.. ,ww ,N nan E zz! "ea "1 f' .Q xii W ., ,, L kg. "EN sh 47 55: .H XM iw Eff E in EC Q m zz 1 ,f wifi? - W W - gf' FTQ E -Q m QW R535 m" :Lg X ix 5 . W. xi ga n 'rg -ff 1 1 vw E :.x- qi K fm, ,f - f .4- 5 5 E, ' Mmm, QE! me fx. .M gm ' A 5.2 Q mm Q Ag J M ,L ,Vfw.,2ML Ak,? K I S! X J- nun 'I 1 Q jf l1+ - iff X PN,-gf , i f y ' af Q it A 'J y Z ACT 1 vw 1 ES Z 75. 9 CF? Q I f Qt? ,f 5 . STUDENT COUNCIL Besides governing the student body, Student Council is also a citizenship builder. Its main activities this year have included the Denim Council Project and a revision of the constitution. Its officers are: jo Unverzagt, Presidentg Paul Strudler, Vice-Presidentg Dorothy Gerrety, Secretaryg and Phyllis Kossar, Treasurer. Miss Ida Besdesky is advisor of this organization. HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society membership consists of those students who meet the high standards of the honor society. Its qualifications include Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Heading this organization are President Josephine Painter, and advisor, Mr. Morris Kaufman. ,TCP L-bhp' .. l '...' in-.1 QUILL "Quill,,' the annual award winning student newspaper, is continuing this year in the true fashion of its predecessors. Edited by Phyllis Finkelstein, and ad- vised by Mr. Owen Smith, the "Quill" continues to bring school news to the students. lin 'E SERVICE BOARD As the school situation becomes more routinized, Service Board will again take up the function that it has had in the past-of handling locker keys, and lost and found articles. Its president is Rita Kosofsky, while Miss Ida Besdesky is the advisor. 5 1 44v ilv n EAV Y 6 Q Q 5 l 'XX X X , gg QN gy ' pg p,5,f5 i , ,'1,5-jf gigs F, J' " L QE- fE f 'I0 " f H,. T V' ' Q L' ,XV , ' ' 25 6 y, X ,M 3,-,W ,Q A ' - ag K . in U f 1 'M Hkfvi if 229- ' ' !7 new 5535 54" 1 251 f' 1, -' f K -4 ,. , .Q .W , ,, 'L .... , . , , -ef , A - JMX ff f, -'vw' sweat' 6, ., Mg :WV A - ,, ,, A it . ,H . my GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. john Smead, sings at Spring Concerts and participates in the production of the annual school operetta. 1 Tl ,Hip gy IV, ni BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. john Smead, is a relatively new addition to the music department. It participates in the annual Spring Con- cert and also in the school operetta. MIXED CHORUS The Mixed Chorus is composed of members from both the boys' and girls' Glee Clubs. It is directed by Mr. john Smead, and it participates in the annual Spring Concert, and in the school operetta. All choral groups are aided by the Music Committeecglnsigting of NE Maxwell, B. Gordon, and P. Finkelstein. '0J SAFETY PATROL This newly formed organization is responsible for the control of the heavy traffic caused by the opening of our new school. The captain is Paul Strudler and the advisor is Mr. Clark Bloom. in pint' ll in r V f .- ..-f .5 . , 5. . ju' at N ,V 4 5 K T FIELD AND STREAM CLUB Field and Stream, a new activity, is advised by Mr. R. Getrnan and Mr. R. Feyh. The members r- l' strgcted in hunting and fishing laws, and conservation. ,Fifa OJ p Mom 'fit' WP ,apt ,JJ ' A A Wt Gjfyvbxefiulf W i fi? in A RADIO AND TV CLUB NATURE CLUB This organization studies the technical aspects This expanding club teaches the love and ap- of radio, and the international Morse Code. The preciation of nature. It has contributed to the Club is advised by' Mr. Harry Pearson. beautification of the school grounds. Mr. C. Braun, Supervising Principal, is the director of this club. SPORTS IN ECS The function of the athletic department is not that of merely developing athletic skills, but also of promoting good sportsmanship and a spirit of co- operation among the students. Each member of a team is encouraged to think of himself as part of an organization, rather than an individual star, and the student body is accustomed to supporting a losing team as well as a winning one. Ellenville did not have a noteworthy season in soccer this year due to the fact that nine of last year's starting eleven graduated. This left a team made up mostly of inexperienced rookies. The team, though outclassed by the com- petition, fought hard and lost well. Led by Captain Lee Roberts, most valuable player Douglas Horton, and batting champ jim Reed, Ellenville Central's Varsity Nine battled their way to second place in the DUSO league competition. A great deal of credit is due Coach Roberts for their fine showing. The Junior Varsity team also enjoyed a good season under Coach Martin- eau. They are looking forward to another fine season under the direction of their new Coach, Mr. Owen Smith. Coach Kaufman's tennis team, usually the league's cellar dwellers, suf- fered another disappointing campaign in the '56 season. Although they won but two of ten matches, the doubles team of H. Randall and P. Strudler went undefeated. Captain Mike' Tannenbaum and three lettermen are returning so Ellenville may at least rise to title contendership this year. In basketball, the team under the direction of Coach Walsh, and led by Co- captains Mike Tannenbaum and Peter Andersen, had an excellent start. They won seven of the first eight games. After enjoying first place in Duso league competition for a short time, they plunged into an unexplainable slump and ended the season rather badly. This year, despite the end of noontime intramurals, the girls' intramural program was supported by more students than ever before. Each high school student was given the opportunity to participate in seasonal sports, such as field hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, archery, bowling and tennis. The girls who earn a sufficient number of points by participating in the various sports, receive at the end of the year .a letter in recognition of their efforts. They may achieve the added honor of then being elected to the Girls' Varsity Club if they measure up to the standards which the club advocates. The girls' hockey team enjoyed a successful season by remaining undefeated. They met Pine Bush in two games, tying both of them. ATHLETICS Q, i xl! 1- N-f "1 XJ ag 1- Q' v! ,, rx .1 ,ea sl fly! F 2 I :E -fffifi ' 119 f I " f df .li 1 U-' an-:BH G1 .1 1. 'Rin J tulip J new ,JI fmt! ,AIM 6 y '62 X rig! A. A. BOARD The A.A. Board, advised by Coach Alfred Roberts, is elected by students who hold A.A. cards. Their purpose is to supervise athletic events in ECS. Carol Buchholtz is captain of this organization. RLS' VARSITY CLUB Membership in the Girls' Varsity Club is based on participation in the girls' intramurals program, outstanding sportsmanship, and good character. Under the leadership of Miss Evelyn Hawksley, and Mr. Robert Smith, they sell ice cream, sponsor an annual dance, and provide Christmas baskets for needy families. Its officers are: Audrey Simrin, President, Patricia Wright, Vice- Presidentg Rita Kosofsky, Secretaryg ancl Beverly Boxer, Treasurer. Midi sf GIRLS LEADERS CLUB if if Girls' Leaders' Club, under the direction of Miss iEyelyiif M at L the finest athletes in the school. During the gifin classes, F., . 'M 7' L 'il willin and able to assist Miss Hawksle wirhihef Work 8 Y , - fl , ,ff X41 '54 ' ,fs H. Vi ' . I. ,Trflfrf 1 N1 4 L i- U V f if ., ' X' --:fig--1'-A -L 1 K, , 1 - f f1f7V4lf ffffiiff f'i'-:ff 4,f3,'l4", fag, 7, f+A4- Y4,,?ifT'Zff4!6f rim ,-zz' L ,, if- - ,013 "L E4-1" H" ,J-ML---' ' BOYS ' LEADERS' CLUB 915 f"lLi,mEQJfQM,Q, The members of the Boys, Leaders' Club, under the direction of Coach Alfred?7 7'1"WfQJ Roberts, are trained in refereeing and gymnastics. The president of this organ- ization is Peter Andersen. Kimi' L H llocayfiwfgi at Illia , of 9 W Vllifil Sn " QL ' Q.. E,- lf 1' XLENVIQ X-X I ,VM 4-QENVILL, fr VARSITY BASKETBALL First row, left to right: T. Brown, A. Lonstein, P. Andersen, M. Tannenbaum, H. Randall, G. johnson. Second row: Levine QManage j, R. orxman, Reed, Coach Wals 7 B. Davis, M, Newell, L. Ayer fManagerj. -E S' 14,1 "V , ,J . I . Y ., ,. ,. SV .i K A .. A .if'fZf9,.l3L A ' Q---" SR J. V. BASKETBALL First row, left to right: R. Eck, R. Wood, M. Kosofsky, M. Dubiner, L. Gray. Second row: Spadaro, C. Hay, D. Gorman, E. O'Neill, Manager R. Benson. Third row: M. Steinhoff, R. Hoffman, C. Knight, Coach Ellison, J. Shorter, K. Schmitt, S. Painter, S. Levine., WYMYL J v BASEBALL ' ' X First row, left to right: Passmore, D. Langworthy, M. Dubiner, L. Gray, D. Gray, S. Painter, B. Kahn, R. Peters. Second row: M. Blackwell, C. R. Slutsky, G. Johnson, M Kosofsky, M. Pavuk, W. Kelly. Third row: Manager L. Ayer, R. Stephenson, L. Law- rence, Coach Martineau, M. Feinberg, D. Urell, and Manager Levine. is L ' f ' V! JI'-Fig I., . .. 'Jw ACN? ,xv L S VARSITY BASEBALL First row, left to right: C. Kushner, H. Finerow, L. Roberts, D. Horton, F. Marchese, T. Burkhouse. Second row: Coach Roberts, T. Brown, j. Reed, B. Davis, and Manager E. Graham. 66 'V XM , :Him ,Q -grffa-,nigga 1-.Q .LL . FU, A 4,253 5 -' 1 ' M f f 55- -... : THEN' W '. . v 1 4. ap- L-A , l SOCCER - I , N Q.-- First row, left to right: D. DiNuccio, K. Mance, W. Langworthy, D. Langworthy, -5 Jennings, B. Kroop, H. Weinsoff, H. joselis, D. Kalen. Second row: C. Marl, AL-W ..5.,,4,,. Bilyeu, L. Gray, D. Peters, F. Krom, P. Andersen, D. Gray, M. Blackwell, V. Messina, N, ,L ,N .NJ H. Finerow. Third row: M. Rogan, D. Hoffman, I. Rosenthal, S. Painter, M. Du- flii-.Elf-f"4tx'5 biner, R. Benson QMgr.j, D. Urell, M. 'Kosofsl-cy, T. Knapp, R. Simmons, S. Levinggggiixf Kxxdvmlfgu Standing: T. Brown, R. Eck, C. Hay, R. Wood, P. Roberts, B. Davis, J. Schoonmaker, P7 'rrnn wk Renson. C. D. Brown, Coach Anderson. f fe: 6,v,,7v7L .Qs i TENNIS ' Left to right: P. Strudler, M. Newell, H. Randall, M. Tannenbaum, W. Sheley, C. Slutsky. Missing from picture: Coach Kaufman. 67 . . . and so We bring to a close our trip around the school in "one hun- dred and eighty days." It has been a memorable and exciting journey, one which we shall long remember. The Class of '57 is grateful for the guidance and understanding of our parents and teachers, without whose help We could not have corne this far. We are happy and proud to have been a part of ECS. THE SENIOR CLASS , PATRONIZE yourz A ovsfmss sem s 0 R C L A PUss.1w-'ebgi 111 li ADVERTISING WANT ' N EVELE COUNTRY CLUB and Mrs. Joseph Slutsky and Family l H. ROSENST OCK AND SONS, INC. SHANAHAN CCNSTRUCTION COMPANY CHANNEL MASTER L. G. BALFOUR Attleboro, Mass. Q Complimen+s Compliment of of BURTON WOOD A' LEVINE Wholesale "Home of and. Nafionally Re-'Ian Aclveriised Mears Furni+ure" u Aff ' - HOME NATIONAL BANK Complimenfs of THE BERGER AGENCY ROSE INC. 81 DOUGLAS 99 Main Sfreei' Ellenville, N. Y. Compliments of MAR - MES CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. LOUCKS FUNERAL HOME MAJ S Fallsburg, N. Y. LADENHEIM'S GARAGE, INC. 46 Canal S+. Ellenville, N. Y. CHEVROLET Y-L BX-02 THE SHAMROCK RESTAURANT V LOUIS ROSENSTOCK AND MM"-Y Duso sToREs, INC. Corner lns+i+u+ion Rd. and Rou'I'e 209 0 P . I .I Il 2 e ,l iv - EK NWI ilclnqigp 0 See Our CompIe'I'e Line of Plfuolo Supplies MILLER 81 LEVINE Pharmacisfs 8 Marke'r S+. Phone 300 For 'rhe UII'ima+e in Mobile Homes LANDOLA - TRAVEL MASTER VENTOURA - NORTHLAND TROTWOOD - CARDINAL a+ STATE TRAILERS SALES, INC. On RouI'e 209 2 Miles Sou+I1 of Ellenville V. AND V. KNOLL ELLENVILLE I848 ACCESSORIES - FURNITURE 6211 If" 0 G r' -.., :Q x thx .' VL . x 5- E - f,-4911 K h-.2 171'- '2 pdf'-F j"fj'.L'J..f2'?L' 'Q-".'0 TM ' -,'- -. ::54f2- ..7 4 .,.. -nj., . A ---J- --Lf: ' to tie gem of 1957 ELLENVILLE ELECTRIC COMPANY TH FALLSVIEW THE WM. H. DEYO TERMINAL AND DINER CO., INC. Sheri' Line Ellenville Bus Depoi' 600 ELLENVILLE, N. Y. Kefhonkson 23II BesI' Wishes Io Ihe Senior Class From THE Ii FIRST EDWIN E. HOAR NATIONAL BANK FRIGIDAIRE AND MAYTAG Sales and Service 44 N. Main S+. Tel. 83 RONDOUT PAPER MILL, INC. Jeweltone Tissues Compliments of KELLY'S SAND AND GRAVEL CARLE MOTORS Lincoln - Mercury Dealer Roule 209 THE TERWILLIGER AGENCY INC. Best Wishes to the Senior Class ED 81 AL'S BARBER SHOP H. B. GILLETTE CO., INC. Oil Burner Service FUEL OILS AND APPLIANCES DUOTHERM OIL AND GAS HOME HEATERS Tel. EII.-20 FRESKEETO FROZEN FOOD CO. Bes'I' Wishes +o H1 Seniors THE SUGAR BOWL Complimenfs of Bes'I' of Luck +0 +he Class of '57 SAM'S F RESTAURANT Bea and ,W ETHEL AND JOE Jargowsky Congratulations to the Class of '57 PENNINGTON STUDIO 72 Main S+. Kings'I'on, N. Y. B. B. OIL COMPANY TIRE KING INC. STORES, INC. Dis+ribu+ors of Tires-AUTO SUPPHGS CALIFORNIA OIL PRODUCTS ReCaPPin9 Ellenvglle' N. Y. 43 NORTH MAIN STREET Phone: Ellenville ll2 Ellenville 330 Complimenis of LONSTEIN 81 STAPLETON BENJAMIN LONSTEIN - ROBERT V. STAPLETON Ellenville 208 ANJOPA PAPER MILL AND BOARD MFG. CO ROSENTHAL'S ELLENVILLE LUMBER CO. Qualify Building Maferials Phone 267 M. 81 M. ASPHALT CO. All Types of Grading and Paving REASONABLE RATES Phone: Ellenville 749 - 2I72 279 Canal S+. ELLENVILLE. N. Y. I0 CIin+on Ave. ELLENVILLE, N. Y. ANDERSON CHEVROLET SALES SCHIPP'S DINER Air Condiiioned 31- A -1-M I -, W E 1, gmi Wie. 1' h , Save , ' 3.5:-zz, 5 -W, ..l'-WEL 'For Your College Educa+ion ELLENVILLE SAVINGS BANK Member F.D.l.C. Compliments 1' ELLENVILLE MEDICAL GROUP DR. FEINBERG DR. KATZ DR. ROSENSTOCK DR. WEISS FORD Main and Canal St t Ellenville 400 Compliments of RICHIE'S Stationery and Fountain ELLENVILLE PAINT STORE Complimenis of COHEN'S BAKERY AB. N. MASORS Serving fhe Communify for Over a Quarfer 79 Cenfer S+. of a CenI'ury Phone 726 Compliments of ECONOMY ELECTRIC COMPANY EIIenviIIe Nash Sales PHONE 596 55 N. MAIN STREET Complimenfs of ELLENVILLE HANDLE WORKS H. B. HUMISTON FUNERAL HOMES, INC Kerhonkson, N. Y. C IS+ Ell Il N Y Complimen+s of NORBURY AND SHADOWLAND THEATRES 9 + H1 CI f ULSTER KNIFE CO INC. Best Wishes to the Senior Class PHYL-MAR LINEN SHOP 97 Main Street Ellenville 621 ARTHUR LEHRER Carvel Store 322 Napanoch Road DUSO LAWN 84 GARDEN SUPPLY Route 209 Ellenville 233 SILVERMAN BROS. 85 Canal Street Ellenville 129 MATTHEWS' PHARMACY 115 Canal Street Ellenville 45 DR. MARTIN E. FIELDS Optometrist Ellenville 476 WAYSIDE INN Canal Street Ellenville 888 BALOTIN PHARMACY 136 Canal Street Ellenville 800 WHITTAKERIS SMOKE SHOP 82 Canal Street Ellenville 1290 MURRAY RAPPAPORT GLASS CO. Canal Street Ellenville 1933 VICTORY CHAIN, INC. 95 Canal Street Ellenville 206 OTTO MARL Dodge-Plymouth Ellenville 791 SAUL'S MOTORS DeSoto'Plymouth Ellenville 108 ROSEN'S PHARMACY 85 Center Street Ellenville 15 A. ROTHKOPFS Department Store Ellenville 365 RELIABLE MARKET 87 Center Street Ellenville 1390 VAN'S GARAGE, INC. 112 Main Street Ellenville 127 SEIKEN'S LIQUOR STORE 74 Canal Street Ellenville 472 JOHNNY'S SERVICE STATION Main at Center Street Ellenville 1524 POLLEY'S DRESS SHOP 78 Center Street Ellenville 2191 KEN'S LUNCH 95 North Main Street Ellenville 1233 SAUL'S PHOTOGRAPHY 6 Hill Street Ellenville 2376 D 8: I CLEANERS North Main Street Ellenville 777 KAREN 8: ELLEN BLICKSTEIN 32 Elm Street Ellenville, New York WOOD NOVELTY CO. 7 Clinton Avenue Ellenville 89 MANTONE'S GROCERY 10 Clinton Avenue Ellenville 735 FAMOUS RESTAURANT 74 Center Street Ellenville 2085 DENNIS BEAUTY SALON VINCENT'S BARBER SHOP South Fallsburgh 138 Compliments of THE BUCHHOLTZ FAMILY With Best Wishes DR. AND MRS. S. TANNENBAU M GLUSKER-EMKAY SALES CORP. 91 Center Street Ellenville 152 Compliments of THE WAGNER FAMILY CASSINO GRILL Route 209 Kerhonkson 8003 JEFFERSON HOTEL Wawarsing, N. Y. Ellenville 1150 WENIG'S Napanoch, N. Y. Ellenville 645 NAPANOCH LIQUOR STORE Napanoch, N. Y. Ellenville 779 KARL'S BEAUTY SHOP 89 Canal Street Ellenville 135 KUSHNER'S PAINT STORE 107 Canal Street Ellenville 254 MOTHER GOOSE KIDDIE SHOP 111 Canal Street Ellenville 274 HANK 8: MAC'S STATION Main at Center Street Ellenville 2007 Compliments of CHARLES L. BORSKY Compliments of THE LEVINSON FAMILY MR. AND MRS. DAVID KOSOFSKY MR. AND MRS. J. L. KELLY MR. CLARK BLOOM MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ECK MISS IDA BESDESKY MR. AND MRS. L. A. OSTRANDER MR. AND MRS. SOL SIEGEL MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BURKHOUSE MR. AND MRS. R. C. GETMAN MR. AND MRS. JERRY SLUTSKY MR. ROBERT SMITH ULSTER MOTORS Ellenville 175 VALLEY GARDENS, INC. Accord, N. Y. Kerhonkson 3591 KOPP OF KERHONKSON Kerhonkson 8116 STROBER'S 1 1 7 Canal Street Ellenville 1 1 78 DON'S FLOWER SHOP 121 Canal Street Ellenville 1003 SINICK'S STATIONERY ' 123 Canal Street Ellenville 505 DAVE'S COFFEE SHOP 138 Canal Street Ellenville 972 ELLENVILLE FLOOR COVERING 83 Center Street Ellenville 58 BRODSKY'S 150 Canal Street Ellenville 972 SOL'S FIVE 81 TEN 103 Canal Street Ellenville 151 ELLENVILLE PHARMACY 131 Canal Street Ellenville 722 Compliments of KAY-MAC MOTEL MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS MR. AND Mrasf MR. AND MRS MR . WILLIAM MARTINEAU . AND MRS. MORRIS KAUFMAN HERMAN SOLOMON JULIUS FRIEDBERG RALPH STRUDLER ARTHUR BILYEU LEE SMITH MISS JEAN GUTHRIE MR. AND MRS. JACK GOODMAN MR. AND MRS. CHARLES COHEN MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FINKELSTEIN MR. AND MRS, MEYER REGENBOGEN MISS JUDY ELMAN MR. AND MRS. MORTY BOGARTZ MR. AND MRS. FRANK MARCHESE ZWEIFEL CAMERA SHOP - MR. AND MRS. H. ANDERSEN MR. AND MRS. RODNEY DEPEW MR. AND MRS. H. ECKSTEIN MR. AND MRS. 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