Elmont Memorial High School - Olympian Yearbook (Elmont, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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MQW Q X Q is Q M Q.. hu 6 w-fe!! N- f x 'f' Q-T'---' 932 J if Lilaris AFM 19 58 CLYMPI E M H S -ull ,l , . K yi-, ' 1 IL 0- ,- 45 1 : : - E 5 : f E - A ELMQNT MEMORIAL HI ELMONT - NEW YORK I-EL Dedication Dr. R. V. Cogger The lofty standards set for the students of Elmont Memorial High School have been established in one short year by you, our principal, Dr. Robert V. Cogger. The excellent intra-mural program, our diversified activities, and the stimulating guidance program, are all attributed to your inspiration. The outstanding scholastic achievements of the graduating class, as well as the rest of the school, have also been accomplished through your careful attention. lYe therefore proudly dedicate this, the Hrst edition of our yearbook, the Olympian, to you. -l e ontents D1FbLtCJTS C1 1 Ig 0 L it 124 L rn wx Wluc 'N Tahl of C ' X1 ..,........,............ . . 7 L :dw R IIS .....,........,.,.... 21 Supporting Players ............. . . .39 S 5 'f ..,.....,.....,......., .83 9,5 Wl10 ....,................ ...Q7 ft 045 c w 'S l E .., K ui' "" 'ETB 'Eiga umm iff! an .- Q-- mm lal'!I'x' i lllll. llt'11umlw1'i'4l if V 9 1 lf! l III ' atureSWay "5" ll - Gill. OICWOI The play is done, the curtain drops, Slow falling to the prompter's bell: A moment yet the actor stops, And looks around, to say farewell. The last scene of the Class of '58 has faded out. Our amateur group begin in E.M.H. S. two years ago. After stumbling and groping in the dark with a raw script we have finally marked the successful opening of our new school. Upon entering our brand-new theater we found to our distress a lack of props and bare scenery. Despite all this, we found it to be to our advantage, as not many are privileged to set the fundamental traditions of future citizens. This being the essence of our plot, the class of ,58 can now turn over the lead roles to the uprising stars, as we are now ready to go on to a bigger stage. Actors are sometimes satisfied, but they are forever trying to perfect the role they perform. Since we have associated our- selves with the theater, we, also, are not satisfied and are constantly striving to better ourselves, our school, and our community. As the curtain falls, we will leave the stage as minstrels carrying with us the knowledge gained at E. M. H. S. with the hope of turning into guiding stars on whatever stage of life we may choose. The Olympian, our playbill, has recorded the progress of the past two years. Contained between its covers is the past, the present, and the future. Our productions, assisted by our directive administrators will help this everlasting play to achieve the proud applause of the audience. , I Ns 7 H v, x X f A W I ff D115-ECTQRS 34 Mr Sunuel Nldler DISfflCt 16 A- r Clyde N1 Alsto Dzstrzct 5 Nlr Alfredl Loew Attorney fl r hVlll13lTl E Ryder V1ce Preszdent ,Ji 55 Dzstrzct 16 Boar o E ucat1on Mrs hola S Southern Preszdent Dzstnct 5 The education of even eluld Ill Aruerlca should be everybodvs busmess The evolu tlonary processes contamed m 6dl1LdtlOI1 are not somethlng reserved solely for the educators but a trust whreh must be shared by Amerlcans ln all walks of hfe As H1 h S h l G d g L oo ra uates you too w1ll be asked to share thxs serlous responslblllty The new and bp3C1OllS schools you have recently occupled are the result of much preparatron and plannmg on the part of school admmlstrators and of much sacnflce on the part of the taxpayers of our COI'I1l'l1lll"llt VV kn y e ow that vou are grateful to your parents and nelghbors who have so unstlntlngly expressed thelr trust IH our publle sehool sy stem by authorrzmg C0l'lbtl'UCtl0ll of our beautlful hxgh schools As you approleh adulthood however you wlll soon reallze that ln order for America to have the most excellently truned mmds m the world lt wlll be necessary to contmually a r d l pp arse in eva u ate the 6dllLltl0I1'1l system 1n vour eommumty It would be the height of follv to assume that my school regardless of nts .leademle l'Cplltdtl0Il IS performmg perfectly and xslthout problems Therefore lt wlll be your solemn duty to tlke an aetlve mterest IH all school m utters so thlt you may be better qualxfled to evaluate and to offer constructive Cl'ltlt.lSlH when neeessa B ry y supportmg your pubhc school system you w1ll be perfomung one of the h1ghest funetxons of e1tl7ensh1p and by honest and unblased evaluatlon of your schools you are assurmg 1 system of educatlon Wl1lCl'l truly reflects the 1ntegr1ty of th1s natlon Dllllel VY ebster wrote If we work upon marble lt w1ll perxsh lf we work upon brass tlme wrll efface lt lf we rear temples they wull crumble 1nt l t b f o cus ut 1 we work upon FrHnortal mmds lf we lnlblle them VV1fll pnnclples wrth the just fear of Cod and love of our e ow man we engrlve on those tablets something WlllLl'1 w1ll brlghten to all etcrnlty Congratulatlons to each of you fmd may God bless you Vxola S Southern Preszdent Board of Educfztron Central H1gh School Dxstrrct No Mr Alfred C Klcfer Dzstrzct Treasurer 'G' ff Ml' I Edwlfl Russell Mr Russell F Thomas Ir Mrs Dzstnct Clerk Dzstrwt 22 Anne Boeckmann Mr H Frank Carey Mr john j Doyle Dzstnct 22 Dzstnct 17 Dfgmcg 17 l 4 P , A ,, X-35155, uf. 2,4 . 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' , I . , K it I K ue S , 1 Iliff f e' t f 1 f f ,ff t l 1 ite Dr Robert Wh1ts1tt Iumor Hzgh School Prmczpal Dr Robert V Cogger Pnnczpal Pr1nc1pa s Message Mrs Felnberg Secretary to Dr Whztsztt TO THE CLASS OF 1958 As the first grfaduatmg class of Elmont Memornl H1gh School you have had the unusual prrvllege and opportumty of mltlatmg and orgamzlng many groups and act1v1t1es Your leadershlp has been very lmportfmt 1n helpmg to set standards of SCh0l'lSt1C accompllshment and school sp1r1t Although your gl'ddllll1OD mflrks the completlon of a s1gn1Hcant ObjCCf.lV6 you may contmue to set new goals and accept hfe s challenges courageously and enthuslastlcally I hope your hlgh school yecars have enabled you to understand and appreclate the values to be denved from lemrnmg self responslbrhty a concem for others mtegrlty and the job well done Never 'lssumc your 6dllLatlOIl has been completed for hfe IS a contlnual series of educatloml experlences Your success rn hfe depends on how you use these expenences Cordlally yours Robert V Cogger MISS E Endres Secretary to Dr Cogger Mr john Davld Director of Pupil Personnel Seruzce Mr Frincls Dnscoll Admmzstratwe Asszstant if ifcw lgbgsfgifs -f ,,ly y f V " .,,,.z e t f V ,,,' ,ij X, V . ii . TITS, , , WR '. . . J- ij . ' . . . ' 'f .y. EV V 0 0 I A C l Y C 1. .C . , ' ' ' ' 4 ' I .' ' 4 ' Q Q. I .' D 6 ' . ' E l 1, .' . .' - , I 4 I 1 .1 Q 1 1 C 'V H i , 'S X'-. R '- .K . R . A xxx . sg- is c .ws W.sN-- 0' 'r""" ' s A . El A 1 P A 5 a I . . ff , .1 A fy 3. MM Mr. R. L. Springer District Principal District fait if VV if Mrs. Ruth Brunell Sec., Mr, Springer 1: no nn, Mrs. Edith Mr. Alfred Caine V. , Hartman Ass't Dist. Prin. " Sec. to Mr. Caine . Og 2 we Dr. Ursula Stewart School Psychiatrist -f x ,N '1 'M Mr. Kenneth Place Supt, of Buildings and Grounds Dr Harry Rosenberg School Physician Congratulations to the stall of the Olympian on the publication of Elmont Memorial High Schools first yearbook. The Olympian will serve as a pictorial history of thc school, the students and the many activities. Elmont Memorial is one of four six-year secondary schools plus Stanforth junior High and a vocational shop addition to Sewanhaka built during 1955-57 in Central High School District No. 2 at a total cost of S15,500,000. There- fore, this new school is one in a family of six secondary schools built to provide the finest of educational opportunities for an ultimate enrollment of more than 12,000 students. The responsibility for operating this system of schools is vested in a School Board by the people of thc district. The Principal of the District is the executive officer of the Board. He has the responsibility for developing the educational program, implementing Board policies, selecting administrative decisions and carrying out the laws, rules, and regulations of the State Education Department. Also, the responsibilities of the district administration includes preparing the budget, managing the schools' business affairs, purchasing school equip- ment, supplies and books, management and upkeep of buildings and grounds, operating the lunchrooms, providing the required bus transportation, and coordinating the work of all principals. To assist in carrying out these responsibilities, the Principal of the District has a staff that includes the Assistant District Principal, a Director of Instruc- tion and Pupil Personnel Services, an Administrative Assistant, Business Manager, Building Superintendent, Lunchroom Supervisor, Director of Voca- tional Education, Director of Adult Education and a Director of Physical Education, Health, Safety and Recreation. This central staff works with nearly 550 teachers, 9200 students, six buildings and a budget of over 37,000,000 annually. Their every effort is to effect the very best educational program for the youth of this community compatible with Board policies, State Laws, and State Education Department regulations. Robert L. Springer Principal of the District D1' Charles Mr Forest Kaylor Dr Jerome Nlosi McNeely Building Super Dir School Pub Denial SUPWUISUT Sewanhaka H em' In Mr. Harry Spencer Director of lnstruc. Pupil Personnel S. Dr. Huch Flaherty Director of Voca- tional Education bl if ll i". . -- Mr. Alfred Keifer Business Manager --.4 4. . Q f f-sv tr 1 3? . 4' i. AN' i Mrs. Wilma Leadbeter School Lunch Sup. Dr. Thomas Looby Director of Adult Education Dr jules Holub Admirns Asst to Mr Springer rv-3 'v .gf ' Mrs Ruth Backlel i Nllss Evelyn Mertz Lzbrary Nllss Ich Ostrfmcler Mathcmatzcs Q1 Mrs Len'1 OConnell School Nurse Nllss Vxrglnm C111 Grrls Phys Ed ev 'Nl Mrs Zenobm Mr Charles Hlll Grlbert M uszc Languages u.1ect ,rq W' s..gv Mr Harold Burhans Commercral Mr Walter Th Area Ezfgfsgzn oor 1UatOIS The Subject Ares: Coordlnators Ire lnstru mental IH the educfztlonrl procedules md the St1YTllllvltlOl'l of schol 1I'Slllp throughout the schools of the Dlstrlct Uslng S6W'lIll1'lk1 IS thelr nucleus these coordmntors combme thelr educfl tlonal knowledge wlth experrence rn fldvrslng admmlstrators and teachers r Cflrl Ekluncl Sczence Nlr lr'1 NVrldcr Snczal Sludzes ,-4 Nh- Alfred Peter Carter Nlrs Dorothy Levy Nlr Rlchqrd Kumel-ou Drst Dzr of Health Home Economzcs Wlppcr Intefgghglggtw Afh Sdfety and RGC IVIIIIISHIIIZ Art ' im A tl it ,., if Ii? ENC LISH DEPARTMENT-Front Row, left to right: Mrs. T. Thompson, Nlrs R H lrlan, Nliss R. Altobelli. Second Row: Mr. D. Pfanner, Mr. F. Furnarl Nlr. R. Young flllllfll gradej, Mr. H. Teitelhaum, Mr. I. Winstanley. It has been the ambition of the English Department to help the students develop their reading habits, improve their creative writing and enable each student to obtain a well-rounded background in the lingual arts. We use individual and group reports, reading assignments, book reports, classwork, and homework whenever necessary. Through elective courses such as Public Speak- ing, journalism, and Creative VVriting, the students are given an excellent chance to broaden their scope of the English language. JR. HIGH ENGLISH-soC1AL STUDIES-Front Row, left to fight. Mr. J. Eulie, Mr. M Goldsmith, Mr. A. Marenstein, Mr. j. Shields, Mr. H. Rasmussen. Second Row: Mr. D. Nash, Mr. I. Megarr, Mr. VV. Mac Devitt, Mr. P. Greco, Mr. T. Reynolds, Mr. R. Grimsmann. English Department ocial Studies Department :g..,.J 4' ff Ur F Furnari conducts discussion group, Students prepare to work in Citizenship Education class Leadership and a clear understanding of world affairs are necessary qualities for every citizen. The Social Studies Department has attempted to instill these qualities in the students of Elmont Memorial High School. American History and XVorld History are followed by a course in Problems of Democracy. Discussion and the use of newspapers and magazines are important facilities which are employed by the faculty to better acquaint the students with the problems of today. SOCIAL STUDIES, SENIOR IIICIH SCHOOL-Left to right: Mr C Isoli Miss A. NVz-sthoff, Mr. H. NVeiss, Mr. j. Ambrosino. F' ' eg 1 . . by , ,... NSW Q 8 1 61 Q E1-.-J CT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Left to right: Mrs. C. Block, Mr. C. Castellani, Mr. S. XVeiss, Mr. A. Zagariello. Dr. NI. Rosenberg, Mr. F. Micciche. cience D epartment The Science Department is striving to develop the qualities of the students of E.Nl.H.S., who show aptitude in the field of Science. They have arranged dis- cussions on formulated projects to pro- mote interest in this important field. Due to the great steps the Russians have made in atomic energy, great emphasis has been put on this field. This emphasis has been strongly followed by the able teachers of the Science Department. ommercia D epartme nt The Commercial Department strives to prepare its students for the business world. Secretarial practice and an introduction to busi- ness procedure is presented to the student who will pursue a career in American corporations. Useful application of ideas is employed by students going to school on a cooperative basis. Concentration is placed on speed and accuracy. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT-Sefvlied, left to right: Mrs. Fitzenrider, Miss M. Megna, Mrs. S. Gottfried. Standzng: Mr. T. Leychus, Mr. WV. Irwin, Mr. A. Goodwin. Art Department Color combination, perspective, and an appreciation of art are all empha- sized by the Art Department. Those students showing talent in design and originality are encouraged to develop these virtues. These talented students have excellent guidance in the many diversified fields of art. ART DEPARTMENT-Left to right: Miss L. Wiener, Mr. B. Saxon, Miss D. Anderson, Mr. E. Friedman. ....VV U -'w1fi ?1r .Q .1 7 if my ni Q4 - A' "' if:v fiv i u ' 5 'ies r i Language Department The Language Department fulfills the needs of every student by offering Spanish, German, French and Latin. In each language the student is given a thorough background of the culture, geography, and social conditions of the country ks lf: which the language represents. " Students are given sufficient knowledge to enable them to further their language education in college. A study in language education in high school also prepares him to meet and understand the people of various nationalities. LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT-Seated, left to right: Mrs. M. DiCristina, Miss M. McGuire, Miss R. Altobelli. Standing: Mrs. F. Friedman, Mr. XV. Kohler Mrs. D. Flannery. Music Depart me nt The main goal of the Department of Music is to develop an everlasting understanding and appreciation of music. The fundamentals, the basis, and the theory behind traditional and modern music is presented in various Ways to Elmontis students. The musically inclined students benefit greatly by the fine assistance and guidance of the Music Department in furthering their musical ambitions. 'gltr Mrs. M. Roach. Mr. F. Cilhnan Mrsul. Iaelcson. MLSIC DEPARTMENT - Left to +. I- X. BOXS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Seated left to r1,g,ht Mr W Smzek Mr A Palau Mr N Voelger Stand mg Nir R Rolseth Mr I Bong1rono Boys Physlca E ucatmn The Boys Physrcal Educatron Department IS a cred1t to our school Each boy IS glven ample tralnmq to enable hrm to partrclpate 1n the mtra mural program that offers hlm a wrde background ln '1thlet1c competrtron Our mrsrty sports are football basketball soccer lrcrosse baseball and cross country The athletes are selected on the DHSIS of sportsmanshlp and 1l'JllltX to compete 1n the sport New sports W1ll be added to the varsrty progrrm rs the season progresses NQQA. Gu: S Physlca E ucat1on Intra murals class tournaments and out of school athlet1c competrtron are the achlevements of our Crrls Physlcal Educatron Department The teachers and students have comblned therr efforts to coordlnate a well developed department whlch now meets the needs of our grrls Concentratlon IS put upon team work and the dex elopment of athletlc skllls Perfectlon 1S the by product of practlce therefore we are g1VGH suffl crent practlce whlch wrll one day lead to perfectlon --.-..,,,, I8 full' ffytf N0 Q GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Seated Mrs T Becker Second Row left to nght Mrs C Popella Miss D Hlavsa Mrss T Catalano wal"""-, a-ff? , , w . L ' " f ' 1 - ' 'X V I L n , . . . , K .. K K ,si . I C i . V .' S -i gif Q. "ff A H t f Q 2 ' ,p L vi ,A , . 1 A . . 1 r . 1 d . ' 7 K - - . . YL . . ' a 1 - v 9- I 7 ' ' D . , C C B , - - 7 C . . . . . - . z ' 1' ' ' . ' K ' ,7 ' '- L 1 2 2 . L . . . " "HN" RFQ- - - - C 7, .,. ..va.4u.s.-Qs. H... ,W jr AHW Q5, t . 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V" K 1 iff T' T s . xp -ew X I s N ,,, M , li xii VOCHIIOHQ In ustna Projects m electrlclty archltecture wood workmg and metal craft are completed by students takm vocanoml subjects Each student IS taught the HSIC prlnclples of mdustrxal occupatlons Under tramed and able guldance he IS lnstructed 1n the safe use of power tools Commg from thls department are the natlons future archltects and mdustrlallsts VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL Left to rzgjzt Mr A La Carruba Mr S Schnexcler Mr 'Nl Ehrhch Mr G Pnce HOIHC COIIOIIIIC S The value and preparatlon of foods the smooth fllIlCt10l'1lIl of a household 1nstruct1on ln dressmakmg and t e art of 1nter1or decoratmg are the skllls emphaslzed by the Home Economlcs Department Practlce makes perfect IS the saymg adopted by the Home Ec teachers and students The preparatlon of fore1gn and 1ntr1cate foods and pr1ct1ce m 1nter1or decoratlon make the students more fam1l1ar wlth these phases of home hfe HOME ECONOXIICS Left to right A1155 F Lableu Mrs L Ehrhch Nhss A Muffoletto 'Q NVQ L 19 .f , , , - - , V 'I . ft Q , - 1 - , - - mid' , ' 4 1 Tl-'MM' . . . . , X . , - C ' , i , 4 fig c . . . . . .. . ,, . . 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MW 4' td, , I --1 Q LT, . x , -..f 'I lg, - b x ' f LIDANCE AND HEALTH Front Home left to Tlgllt Nlrs R Harlln fgpeeclzj Xlrss XI C0lLlI1l1ll KDOntal IIII zcnzstl Nlrs A glllltll fSCl1o0l Nursel Second Hou Xlrs A Land Perluns XI A Coldstun NI K Anclolf Xlrs El Lex me Kllenzerllal R Uf mill Nl I X c ho Xlr D'1V1Cl Gm ance De partment Adx 1ce IS one of the most rmportant factors ln the dex elopment of an 1nd1x ldual Our Culdance adusers have proved to be a great help 1n moldlng the students of hlmont Memorral Hlgh School Wrth effectrve counselrng The Curdance Department Works contlnually rn order to flllflll 1tS objectlve Whrch IS to make every student happy VV1th h1s or her cholce of subyects llfe xx ork or college ff-1+ Hea th Department The students of Elmont Memorlal are safe guarded agarnst rllness and accrdents by our very efflclent Health Department Medrcal h1stor1es comprrsed of eye tests hear mg tests chest X rays and physrcal and dental emmrnatlons are used bv our nurses to determlne our Well belng 3 if U L1 rary D epartment Extensrve readmg and re search help students to develop therr characters The lrbrary wrth 1tS many storres of adven ture and mtrlgue Wlth books on " Tl l A n If t sc1ent1f1c and mathematlcal advancement and wrth news of other cultures and c1v1l1zat1ons glV6S the student a perfect place IH whlch to do thls x P-1 s 43-4:73 2. KK I Q 1 . If? 1 'X .SU K Q LIBRARY Left to rzght Mr C Pet terson, Mr R Vmcent Q K .. A xA 20 l l'u.' J rr 'T , K - 4' 1 ' 4 '7 . . I ' ' - 1' f A I A V . s ' 1 .V - . , U - . .. . t . 1 " UU .U?iUU . ,. 9 . . U U, . A. c, 1 , X A - ' owne KSCIIOUI Psyclzologistj, Mrs. A. En f-- - . W t X X ,, . , '-',.r. . -r-' A " N X C 3, ,A .t.r. 7 ccli , . . J. I' M 3 U. . . . . U U . . U. U . U . . . ,D L 1 . . I '. . l . C . . .- c , ' U ' ' ' U U ' 9 ' 1 .7 a i 3 Y 9 ' 1 ' 11 1 U a Q. ' H sal T 4 Sala 5 L -' il 5 1 1 , Q A T . . ti V L 5 A t 1 A t Efif' ' ' ' U U 'Q , 4 U T :U 1- .U U . K , V , 'Y' K n U UU f My U ,E . U , - . . . 3 X u ,t.. A , ,UQ . - X ' ' Lx, xx U as , . '. xxx ' Xrv' U U . .. . , 3 X9 Nleun 0ff1ce t From the openmg bell 1n the mormng to the last bell of the day the Maln Offrce Staff provldes varrous servrces for facult and students allke School fmances the dally ulletrn lncomlng and outgomg mall and teacher asslgnments are a few of the numerous jobs executed by the staff Through the capable and prompt work of the Mam Offrce Staff our school IS a smooth runnlng one OFFICE STAFF Front Row left to right Mrs F Weldon Mrs C Mama Mrs F Rarzman Mxss A Maselh Second Row Mrs E Femberg Mrs Endres G111 ance 0ff1ce ta Due to the prompt and careful work of the Guidance Offlce Staff teachers are kept mformed as to who IS absent by the eff1clent attendance sheets whlch are turned out dally Accompanymg thls job IS the very rmportant and t1r1ng one of flllmg out hundreds of college apphcatlons It IS gratlfymg to know that We have such a capable staff GUIDANCE STAFF Left to Tight Nlrs C Perlrck Nlrs S Bontz Xlrs A Schulz 21 0 , , ' Y eq .12 V G ' 1 1 l f f L. 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A "fl ' ' T Q CAFETERIA STAFF Front Row xl left to nght Mrs H Iwque Mrs I Clfum Mrs NI Nllchon Mrs M V'lSCO Mrs C Carmqn Mrs Nl Slmmons Mrs R Roman Second Row Mrs V Llnesh Mrs M Wrllrams Nlrs E Rlemenschnelder Mrs D Ambrose Mrs R Kelfer Mrs C Brdgood Nlrs K Gottcent Mrs C Eterno Nirs L McClure Mrs C Gagnon Ca e'cer1a ta custo 1a 'c urck serucc heilthful food 'Ind 1 frlendly smlle are 'ill symbols of our efflclent Cafeterla Staff A dlverslfled menu IS offered to the students durlng the four lunch perlods NLltf1t1OD and cleanlmess are emphislsed by the Women of the Cafetena Staff A clefln well kept school 'ind the general Wclf ire of the school arefl keep our Custodlal Stall ilu ws on thc go They luxe been responslhle for thf munten IDLC of our hequtlful grounds IS well IS 1 ck ln modern school Our 1mm 1Clll'1t6 school IS '1 fxne example of tlu d1l1gcnce of our Custodlal Staff CUSTODIAL STAFF Front Row left to nght Mr I Martrnez Mr N Iacono Mr I DAmel1o Nlr I Wort mann Nlrs O Whltaker M A Muscirella Mr A Bomhoff Second Row Hr P Fasano Nir I Phelan Mr H McVey Mr Nl Russo Nlr A CICISCCIO Mr E RICE Mr I Sher man 95 22 Q of H-Us 5 A f I 4 4,1 ', j ' : .. . 1 , . . . l , ,. . . 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A--f" , . . , . . - 1 - Parent Teac ers ssociaizion The Pircnt Tcichcrs ASSOCIIUOH is in organization which strives to achiexe improxcd methods of LdllC,lfl0I'l 'ind to offer community and school services P1rentTe1cher Confurnccs vs cre in importint prirt of the Associations deserxincg student This xeirs officers xx ere President Nlr H lrold Yourman Vice President Mrs Alfrr d KIllIT1ITl9H1ClxCl Rc rordinff Secret ux Xlrs XX ilhim Rx der Coires pondmg Secret iry Mrs Ch irlc s Schmidt Tre Isurer Mrs lesse Fricdm in A I i NIH' ' ., ,J 1 J 7 . ,X 4 X M I o o . 7 . V A, X .E . C X . 1-z Q L program. 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'V 1:11 'l1'1e'p1'r, 1911, 1: .- . R1-tai iIl,.. . 11' ery. Typing I . .1111-ry. 35 fu 2 1,315 6, nr: 73 55 "1 H,,.v -if ..a, ,f f' 1 1 , H: 2 KQV ,, Y 1 , aw. . I Aw , ' " - pf. in f f im? -:-A-ai-3 -- I 'Nil ' f .nba f ui ,. sh? V fx N' , A- ,C.ax 2 e S95 L1 M A' L f ' , ,tgwhx Y V WW My xx Q,i,,,1,..f.:ss,Y."5f. , M., A .. 7 K rx My sf M- .-,.- , 3,1 xx NY .,,,. . Q A ifsf. , . . . ., ,. A ' s fe Q The ,grancl march begins. ff Preparatzons for an eienmg, of fun. Ellen YVzll1am9 enymfs a dance with I Qprzn fuer mcrrmncs Ilarmrf Buch- : 2 1 X f i, 1 X J v ' Dan Kalma and jackie Laufer enjoy mtermzssmn at Fascination. 'W 5 , Ju' f V3-1' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Caine and Mr. and Mrs. Springer arrive at the Junior Prom. ASCI ATIO sUPPoRfffi1f1G PLAYERS igfli Z' if 41 1 Us I' 0 J 0 1? X fl. SEVENTH GRADE BU,-Xllll-I"rmit Rolf, left to rigllt: L. Dassel, O. Breucl H Ropolovsltz E. Balber, Nl. Lerner. Srwmifl Hou? NI. llattagliola, T. Olaf-rg, L. Arnio, Nl. Kata D Scminerw K. Strahs. Y' ,non The Seventh Grade, keeping in tradition with lilmont's class organization, have formed a Seventh Grade Board. The Board has controlled the social and community activities of their class. As lihnontis youngest class, they have certainly proved they are not the least active. The President was llerlmert Koplowitz. 40 :LN-4.. 'Q-sk L-5 0 S' .f' S 'Q h e l K U L , W... Q' , ,- U' L an S 4 ' ' ' I N ' i wi , f . 5 W TM Dr. Cogger welcomes seventh graders to Elmont Memorial. Class of 1963 Hi'Lites This i.s tln' rigzlzt way to do it. ' 7 sfo-Hf?:lks ki 'Is x X u FTM W no-nw L 9-. 'N '1 , , f Q X C 7tl1 and Stlz ,uracle :lance poster is posted. S. teaclzer slzows students interesting slides Class of 1962 Q Q N-.1 Sgcond Row D XVCISS f lflSLOj.,l1l R CLXLITI C Pllllltili llzml Row D C llmo R Ixrnmcr D Lumc' Thr LDtllll91lSflC members of the hlghth Gr ide Bo'1rd strove to m'1ke thelr cllss one of the best m Elmont Tho dlverslfled 'lctlvltles presented to the C1155 proved succgssful As L0 sponsors of 1 sucu ssfnl Scxenth Eighth Dance thc Bo'1rd chmaxed tl'lClI' frctlxc sdrool ye-fur The offlcers xscrc Presldent Stexc Ungar V100 Presldent Llnda Mmuta Secretlrx Sus m Frllo md Tre lsurer Rlclnrd Tucker Q.: ' 2 1 ,, , . .Six 3 - l' K , 'H xr - 2 T 1 ' 'Cl V X 2, Q. f'N " , 9 .r I I I Q D f 4 s a I 5 X r , ssss , 5 'K .ggl 1 I EICHTH GRADE BOARD-Sratccl, left to right: R. Tuckvr, L. Minuta, S. Unger, Fillo. .' ': . I. 713- 11, . I. 1 "'1. : . liz , . 1 1 fa J ' r I , .' - 1' 2 . 1 ' 'L " , E ' ' . , ' ' ' . ' ' ' , . . ' ' -.' 2 "AQ ,f - ' , 2 . ' ' I. l Y 1 ' i fl n 2 . U Y x :Z . 7 Y 5 . . 4 7 . . E ' z ", .z ' 5 1 V2 , '- . ' . H1 L1te s I Urs Iackszm 11711111708 band for wmcrt In its I Ina. -Q-FFR 'A 'Ski "'-4 BM. I I1 lztlz C r111I1rs pr1p11r1 fur llfllff Dr xVl1ltlS1ft 11111 Ill! pruyfff Vr 121117101118 1111118 an 1YltlfISfllU.f class 1l1v1'11m1n1 idx Class of 1961 f" ,- a gg ' Q9 ,. .5 1 2 J Q LJ K . n NINTH GRADE BOARD-Front Row, left to right: A. D,Angelo, M. Wenegenofsky, Mr. W. MacDevitt, T. Desimini, A. Lapidus. Second Row: R. Sirico, S. Ingrassia, C. Marinan, I. Whitney, A. Terpil. Third Row: C. Nocella, 1. Warshaw. As leaders of the junior High, the Ninth Grade has proven ready to become capable High School citizens. Included among their numerous activities were Record Hops, community services and as a climax the fabulous April in Paris presentation. The officers were: President, Mary Ann VVenegenofskyg Vice President, Tom Desiminig Secretary, Arlene Lapidusg and Treasurer, Tony DeAngelo. The adviser was Mr. MacDevitt. fp 4 wwf sw Hi'Lites X ie 1:9 it Mr Strzsso completes an mterestmg erpenment zn General Sczence Mary Anne xVC716ll0fSkI1 proved to lm a successful class presulent Class seems to Ize da ed by Ur XlacDu,ztt s talk ! 'xlfga - , 'l wvv.-4 , 5 ' ...... .,.' x X X C Poor Frimi neells help with herlwnks. V 1 M. 2 l . Q ,-A ' Math seems so complicated. 'fav' g nn-"'1. 4 Anyone for a Rah-Rah Stick. 1 1 Y A - 1 n T? IVNIOR BU:XlilJ-KH1'r'IiHQ. lwft to right: Sllllfif' i'1il'iNi1IN2ll1, xIilCil'iCil'lt' Ci1lDitlllUiHi, Niuriiyn H1-vit, liiililll' ltoknv. 1111114 S11rto1'i. ltolx-1't11 Sllglillilfill, Nlurion Corwin. Sffalvll: Nlnrinn Russo, K11tl1l1-1-11 l31'o1i1-1'ic-L. l'.1t l3iXl.1tt1fo, Xlr. 'l'l11-onloru Ll'5'L'illlS KAz11'i.s1'r?, llurvcy Buch- iiimiz-1', xlc-flirt-5' K.1tf, Virginia S1-.1l11. Jxllll Silfilli. Tl1ir1I Rout Cklflliyll King, Li11cl11 Spcicr, X11-ryl xYklflN'L'i'ii'. Angela RlltiQii.lllll. Yixianu Nlurr, DI111111 Xiouks, jun linger, Xlurylou Kram- l11Cll1ll'kl'I', Alien- Kr.111tl11u111-1, Dolorvs Stulvilv, L111-illv Ycrc-illo, lCl11i1111 Tobin. Fourtlz Row: xiili Xlintz. Bill Bvllotti, K1-1111x' 51111-wski, ,-X1'tl111r l'ic'ci11i1111i, Holm Dol V1-ccl1io, Frank DcP11olo, Ciass oi 1959 LYPPCTCIQISSITICII 11t l11stf is 1nc'1nbvrs of the Class of '59, we sought to makc ours ont- of the be-st in thc school. Our class was charzlctclrized by school spirit and ninbition. Among our Hilllly 1'l11ss projccts, thc- Junior Prom was the one that will long bo rcnicinbcrvd. Success was the word for our Swingin' Swcetht-111'ts Dancv. Record Hops and ll class bullctin wort- also outstanding undertakings of o11r efficient .Iunior Board. Our Class wus lcd by Presidviit. Hurvvy Buclibinderg Vice Presidcnt, Pat DiNI11tt0og Hot-o1'di11g SUL'I'CtLl1'f'. -IUQIHHC Hassett: Corrcsponding Secretary, Kathy Brodorit-kg Trc11s11rc1', Hit-hic Oddo 11nd Student Council Reprvsentativc, Marian Russo. The advisc-1' was Mr. T. 1,1-x'clu1s. jcfli VVortl1c, Hoge-r Hciikc. I 'ww ' ' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERSWLCH to right K. Broderick, P, DiNILllil'I3, H. BllCiIi7iI'ld6I', P1 Ociclo. I. Hassett, NI. Russo. D 1 ,ks . 'L 1 r' 4 a,f,- A-, , X -,N nt. , Hi'Lites x -. at 1-fl X, , . , I f I V' 1, . 1 , , V 'fl x li if Of 4 ,J 5 ,M R RM 4 I 2,2 I Kathy , .-indent ' r Exchangcwlfw the junw 1111118 ml Class. Illlfd-lU!Jl'ki7l1.1 juniors alis- play their sclzolurslzip abil- ities. L 5 if Bill and Joanne confer our 1 ! I f ,' I 3' . Il problem. Lf' l J WMV I J H. 1 N 173 X 4 , -f . ,pCvS.6,ml,nig qT1 -A .1-15 A 'V 01116 for the ,581 '10 New ff- 7712 . x.,4-4 '. ' xi gasp ff Now what was Arnnld's comllination. AS Paso n , ,in . i X gigjructiue criticism is nf- I JZ -: 4 Y fx rf, 'h ' lr, Y E Q Q --.., x, U55 1 A - , K ' :H f " -' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' X rfirlf. , - -' f 1 ' 'V K. V E" v 5:6 L 'I L - ' , n. . I I al 5 K he ' 91 U EL X -aw QM S-J B- 7ff"4m ". Q ff 7 ' . 1 , : R Q - 1 ' f Q .5 e 'Hu XJ SENIOR BOARD-Seated, left to right: Rosanne Bruno, Arne Schuster, Nanette Mazzarelli Mr. VVilliam Irwin fadoiserl, Oakley XVood, Helen Ducbler, Mary Mack. Second Row: Maria Ciorandino, Virginia Voi, Ellen Blum, Diane Pfuhl, joan Brennan, Barbara O'Connor, Marion Palm, Carolyn Butta, Georgia Barbarosa. Third Row: Ronnie Caflisch, Donald Falasca, Andrew Lowenberg, Sal Colombo, Kenneth York, Brian McKenna, john Fitzgerald, Lee Klein. Clas S of 1958 Three years to be a Senior. How well worth the effort to be finally on top. Four years of tedious study, intermingled by the new possession of maturity and an experience of the world are the merits of our very first Senior Class of Elmont. For two years we reigned over class activities. Slightly bewildered at the prospect of being leaders in a new school, we used our past experiences to guide our elections of class officers, and immediate- ly the newly formed junior Board started prepar- ation of the year's activities. Our first net result was the ordering of class rings. The month of May brightly arrived and .J 10" carried with it our first Junior Prom, "Stardust The gym magnificently transformed into a heaven ly delight, was the setting for Elm0nt's proud couples attending. Once again the flying time brought the first Senior Class into effect and with it our first football season, pep rallies and Fall Dance. After many of Elmontis college-bound students completed the mind-searching college board exams the future was indeed brightened by the Senior Ball-the very first. Not one Senior attending will forget the wonderful time had at "Aloha', on April 18. SENIOR BOARD OFFICERS-Left to right: Arnold Schuster Nice Presi- clentl, Helen Duebler fSecretaryl, Nanette Mazzarelli CPresidentj, Oak- ley Wood fTreasurerQ, Mary Mack ICorresp0ncIing Secretaryl, Roseann Brupo CStudent Council Representa- tive . CD Hi'Lites Not only did the ambitious seniors strive to leave a remembrance for the school to be proud of, but set standards for future seniors to follow and to make the school successful median for education and extra-curricular activities. The officers were: President, Nanette Maz- zarellig Vice President, Arnold Scliusterg Recording Secretary. Ilelen Dueblerg Corresponding Secre- tary, Mary Nlackg Treasurer, Oakley XVOod and Representative to Student Council, Rosanne Bruno. The adviser was Nlr. XVilliam Irwin. 11-' Iorrznne Qanrztnr posts for her Senior Portrait Terry Casperini buys I1 delicious lunch. CgII5OI1 is being prepared ie Chem. Lain. Seniors find outside recreation. Senior OLl'.Ul'1AN .staff u'ork.s- lxurrl with !l!1l'i.Sl'f Mr. XVin.s'tr1nlcy kip unior Hi h School tudent Counci The Junior High Student Council served as a model of democracy. Parliamentary procedure and expression of ideas were all emphasized at each meeting. Along with governing the entire Junior High School section, the Council regulated many school activities. To top off their social calendar the Council sponsored The Cherry Jubilee, a very successful dance. 5 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDEINTCOUINCIL Seated left to right Ellen Isipms Nancy Decker Harriet Nou 1rd Carolyn lson Ray Nhzzarelh Nlr Hugo Rlsmussen CAd Lzserj Edu 1rd Doppelmcm Ann Ulrich Carol Xhuro Patriul Arena Dolores Cooper Louise Cifum Second Rou, Xlithael Coster Jlmes Lfxsurdo Lmdi Ivrplouitz Rosalie Sfmmo D1 me Rly Lauri Silxerman Jlne bl1IP1I'O lvmcy Leyine Debbie Lifton Clure Friscogna Susan Schuster Carol Palau Bruce Johnston Third Rmr Peter Bricltman Richie Lwzaroff Joel lxue Albin Sitolr Xlichael Demos Ron1ldR1lf Nlirty Eclter Philip Olxncixy Leonard Vflccflro Larry Sarber lsenny Nebel Ronnie Negri Danny Ziplun 5 3 Lael' VC' i1 .vf Y., 7' Steve Koss Editor-in-Chief f 12' f . Q- Harold Emanuel Sports Editor Stuart Sinder Sports Editor 1 'Q ' i S . K I Mr. H. Teitlebaum Adviser we sat: Sue Migden Judy Moskowitz UHCIC Charlie Associate Editor Managing Editor In between bi-weekly issues of the Elmont ORACLE, delegations of editors and reporters went honor-snatching in various directions and came back with a full array of accolades. Newsday presented the ORACLE with the first trophy to be re- ceived by EMHS or any of the new schools in the district. Sue Migden, Associate Editor, and Steve Koss, Editor-in-Chief, returned from last Novembefs Empire State Press Conference in Syracuse with assorted commendations and a second major award. I Iris Goodman Alan Peclrolick Hedy Bookman public Relation Art Editor Executive Secretary L, k. 'rr ' f' UV- hf ' Q Q"-f' Helen Duebler Lucille Vercillo News Editor Feature Editor A delegation of twenty staffers profited from the proceedings at the annual Columbia Scholastic Press convention. High recognition of the OBACLE's efforts came from this campus headquarters, too. Our advisers are Mr. Harry Teitelbaum, Dr. Daniel Pfanner and Mr. Theodore Leychus. ORACLE STAFF-Front How, left to right: A. Pcckolick, S. Sinder, H. Bookman R. Kopolowitz, C. Babcock, I. Goodman, H. Emanuel, L. Williams. Second Row: A. Krauthaiucr, H. Duchlcr, S. Nligdcn, Mr. D. Pfanncr, Mr. H. Tc-itelbaum, S. Koss, 1. Moskowitz, L. Vcrcillo, NI. Balhcr. Third Row: RI. Hobennan, S. Miller, N. Ross, NI. XVarnccke, R. NVclt, Nl. Krummenackcr, S. Eisdorfer, Nl. Corwin, T. Appel, R. Parker. Fourth Row: P. Lewin, B. Friedman, j. Loch, A. Rapidus, H. Kopolowitz, S. Roth, I. Kass, E. Butcher, E. Silver, R. XVeiss. fx -1 'F 1 A . .V I. '1 Hy su Dr. D. Phanner Adviser , 'K' Q .Q - 1 fa 'C 9 5. . Ilia? Rita Koplowitz Assistant to Feature Editor Carol Babcock Exchange Editor ...,' -fbi 'K S if f 4 fr 53 f' N Mr. T. Leychus Adviser Alice Krauthamer Lloyd VVilliams I-'Ylme Balbelf Assist. to Managing Editor Photography Editor Club News Ed1f0f ' T: F, wx' , 2 rr re' 1 C I Jw ' '-x N ix 5 L ' a fr A A . 4 J, , A ,jp V. ,ua A FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Front Row, left to right: L. Rosenfeld, L. Cross, L. Ulin, C. Klepner, R. Yolturo, N. Nlazzarclli, J. XVeiss. C. Babcock, A. Nlerker, I. Goodman, M. Darcey. Second How: j. Naroff, KI. Corwin, D. Pfuhl, Mrs. Rl. DiCristina, M. Mack, E. Sindell, M. Krummenaeker, P. VVinnner, M. Ciorandino. Third Row: R. Leonardo, C. Schmitz, E. Seigel, xl. Loeb. A. Levine, E. Perliek, j. Nlonlss, j. Eager, Sulkin, Y. Umstatter, S. Ostrin, E. Hiat, NI. Baron. Fourtlz Row: B. Freeman, B. Kunar, NI. Revit, A. Oppido, R. Schuler K Fillo R.Hvm11n F. Niirritlees B Goldstein M Younf L. Saeicr D. Currie, 7 - y . L 1 J A X - - ' , - Es, -I if B. Molefsky, A. Revit, Future Teac ers oi America One of the most important of all professions is teaching. XVithout our teachers we would not be able to prepare for our future. The Future Teachers of America informs its members of this most important profession-its opportunities, responsibilities. and its important role in our democracy. It helps the members to cultivate in themselves the qualities of personality, character, and leadership, which are essential to good teachers. The President is Diane Pfuhlg Vice President, Mary Mack, Corresponding Secretary, Marv Lou Krummenaeker: Recording Secretary, Ellen Sindellg Treas- urer, Marion Corwin. The adviser is Mrs. Marion DiCristina. FTA members offer helpful suggestions. D .'- f. - ' Pi 1 S Prexy Diane Pfuhl presents her plans 11 6 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA-Front How, left to right: NI. Storz, D. Currie, E. Blum, Mrs. A. Smith, BI. Maina, C. Rocearo, E. Palau. Second Row: C. Fammler, E. Shields, I. Schulye, L. Churgin, T. Stone, K. Poster. Future Nurses o America Striving to become good nurses and working towards a club scholarship were the two highest goals that the Future Nurses attained this year. Among their activities were a record hop, a booth at the Student Council Bazaar, and a field trip to a hospital. The club was inspired by adviser Mrs. A. Smith, Virginia BIaldonado-President, Marylou AIania-Vice-President, Carol Roccaro-Secretary, Ellen Blum--Treasurer and Cladys Robinson- Historian. teno i'Practice makes perfect." Each member of the Steno Club practices until the highest possible standards are obtained in speed and accuracy. Among their activities were a Halloween party and a Christmas party. Both were huge successes. Mr. Leychus was the Steno Club adviser. The officers were: President, Virginia Voi, Vice President. Ann Trainor, Corresponding Secretary, Lorraine Sanatarg Recording Secretary, Marie Don- garra, Treasurer. Georgette Cutgesellg Historian, Susan Klein. STENO CLUB-Front Row, left to right: N. Niazzarelli, L. Santar, V. Voi, Mr. T. Leychus, faduiserj, M. Dongara, Klein, Second Row: B. Arnbrosiano, 1. Brennan, B. O'Connor, I. Hoeffner, N. Ludwig, M. Niack. ,4 Honor S NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETX Front Row left to Tiglll Phxllxs Bhustem B'1rh'u'1 Kunar He-dy Booltmin Lllltll Ixlnntr Rose Sthulcr 'xlrs C1nlBlotlm 'lclxlser Ceorgm Acllcr Helen Dueblcr NllCl'l"lilESSL1' C,ll'UlNI1 Buttl Second Hou Clue SChIUlt7 Blrhlrl Ilrson Iynn Brown june Schvmrtzlxrp, Nllrx xlltlx Blrhlrl 'Xiolclslw Xlfglllll X01 Huly Creenhcrg, NIyr'1 Young Ellen Blum Nlmou I llrn Nlncttr X11771rcll1 Judy XlOSlx0NKll7 Suvln NllgClLY'l Thzrrl Row Oukltv NVood Arun Sthustrr Dun Tuchr lutln F1110 XllI'Xl0l.l KI'lIIH1TlCl1lClxCl' Iovce WCISS Rom Nhlt fulfill Ann Bxhrotlt Flllfll cl1LlxI11lU Stun lxoss Roger Henlxc Eugene Sqmhofer atlona Honor oc1ety The Elmont lxl0IT10I'l1l Ch lpttr of Honor Socutx selected llS mc mbers on the blsls of 'ichol 11'Sl1lp lc ldCI'SlllP md eh lr icter After rtcuxmg tht lr ch uttr the Honor Sour tx got down to work Off1CCfS xx ere elf cted ind pl ins for lnductlon cercmonles beqln to tllxt shlpe The nlght of mduttxons ulll llxx us he onr to remcmher The members partlupflted 1n 'ln 1mprr5s1ve cmdlc hqht ccremonx They rtuxved thur certlfleqtes 'md becflme Off1Cl1l members of tht 'X ltllkflll Honor Socletx The Honor Sour tx 19 lfllll cd 1 C1'CClIt to the n unt of Elmont Memorlal The offlccre zre Preeldc nt Rose Schuler X ue Pre sldent George Adler, Recordmg SCCIQllI'V Htltn Duchlu Corrc 5pond1ng Secret lrv Llndfl Kanner and Trelsurer Nllke Psstr Xlrs C lrxl Bloch IS the lClXlS6I' Pfffy R foals other ml Schulvf lmmts 0 f then L, offgg u im ocxefu uorlunil chllileflfly ff, acluew em portant mfofmllflon -fi-:Tan-r 98 f-4 j a . d . A . , I students confer with Adviser, Mr. SCIWH t Sffffke Of genius zs displayed b C Mm 1 . - U wfae Adler Math eminar The Math Seminar has undertaken many projects which have been mean- ingful to the gifted math students of E.XI.H.S. Last year, under the directing of Mr. Schmidt, the Seminar participated in the Student Council Bazaar, and delved into Solid Geometry. This year the Seminar members took a field trip to Brook- haven and are studying higher Algebra. Their officers are President, Clare Schmitz, Vice-President, Joe Spadaro, Secretary, Rose Schulerg Treasurer, Gene Samhofer. The adviser is Mr. Paul Schmidt. MATH SENIINAR-Front Hou, 11' t to ri 'ht. H. Ducbler li. SLlllllCl' . S3 l' o . ' f ,g ' - , . ' , J tiacar , C. Schmitz, Mr. P. Schmidt, E. Samhofer, H. Bookman, S, Niigdeu, j. Moskowitz. Second Row: J. NVl1itney, S. Gordon, NI. Esser, j. ltosenzwc-ig, l. Goodman, B. YW-lt, NI. Krummcnacker, N. Kirsch, R. Goldfarb, C, Adler. Third Row: KI. Mintz, D. Sanders, D. Tucker, A. Schuster, O. XVood, H. Berkun, H. Peterson, B. Narasin, H. Emanuel. 1 'V J Rufina Volturo Editor-in-Chief Mr. Saxon Art Adviser Marion Palm Managing Editor Allen Peckolick Art Editor f .1 'Vx 1 65 . if C , -. x -af' VV lf . , , g if 'S 'x Linda Kanner Literary Editor Ellen Blum Photography Editor This 1958 OLYMPIAN represents the first yearbook attempted in Elmont Memorial High School. The shuffl- ing of picture schedules, the selling of advertisements, the planning of layouts and all the rushing around to meet deadlines have made this a hectic yet exciting year. To begin with, there was no money availableg the staff had to set aside their assignments to raise some of the necessary funds. Cake sales and novelty sales proved successful. CDLYMPIAN OLYMPIAN STAFF-Front Row, left to right: E. Blum, Marion Palm, Mr. J. Winstanley, Miss A. Westhoff, R. Volturo, L. Kanner, B. Molefsky. Second Row: A. Peckolick, E. Williams, L. Speier, S. Ostrin, D. Pfuhl, I. Monks, D. Currie, M. Mack, A. Oppido, M. Braunstein, C. DeBetta, L. Williams. Third Row: A. Tofe, C. Klepner, 1. Naroff, L. Cuomo, L. Schwartz, L. Gross, C. Schoenbaum, R. Hyman, L. Ulin, D. Tucker. 'L ,-Q 'Vi I GN 5 'XA Q! f 4 y. x T . ' Carolyn Butta Phyllis Blaustein Barbara Mole-fslcy Senior Portrait Editor Contracts Editor BUSIHCSS Editor The credit of this publication is due to the diligence of the staff. They have spent many hours working on the OLYMPIAN, after school and during school hours. The cooperation and assistance from the faculty have been a great asset to the staff. In conclusion, on behalf of the staff, I am proud to present to you, the students of E.M.H.S., the first publi- cation of the OLYMPIAN. Miss Westhoff Adviser Rufina Volturo, Editor-in-Chief TFP 'say' W tb A ax Mr. VVinstanley Adviser lg V ,x , .,, - x Lloyd Williams Photographer OLYMPIAN REPRESENTATIVES-Front Row, left to right: Hedy Greenberg, Ann Samo, Elayne Perlick, Marilyn Salzman, Benita Boggs, Lil Feingold. Secoml How: Barbara Silver- man, Sydney Schiller, Stan Samochwal, Rosalie Samo, Ioan Naroff. iig at 'ff ,ug 5 ,Q 9 V' 'VN Q7 YJ IK vi 1 ls 1 . px ififi fi SENIOR SERVICE LEAGUE-Front Row, left to Tight: R. YVeiss, V. Ursiui, M. Loughsan, C. Burnett, P. Nicols, E. Veeehione, K. Novac, J. De-Nonno, B. Amhrosiano, R. Di- Caetano. B. Kunar, C. Fammler, 1. Haas, S. Schiller. Second Row: L. DeNluro, Nl. Ciorandino, B. lfriedman, M. XVar- necke, D. Currie, D. Pfuhl, C. King, Hrs. DeCristino. E. VVilliams, A. Rutigliano, C. Colonna, A. Nicholson, G. Boccia, D. Boeeia. Third Roux' P. Kleono, J. Cershon, A. Oppido, S. Zirpoli, A. Krempa, B. Iivensen, P. Ferrell, P. Daunt, P. Coleman. L. Syre. J. Eager, N. Ludwig, NI. Kruinmenacker, B. Xlolefsky, D. Stahile. B. Jaekson, 1. Howe. R. Bruno, R. Shluker, C. Bedini. Fourth Row: D. Boyle, J. Tofe. C. lsohella. K. Broderick, N. Ross, R. Saginario, NI. Litvinofl, Sullcin, -I. Cihhons, E. Nledler, K. Fillo, E. Yelsits, R. Friedman, C. Boross. S. Feldman, E. Tobin. I. Barritt. Girls' Service Lea ue Visitors to E.M.H.S. are greeted with a friend- ly smile and helpful manner hy the girls of the Service League. The cluh is designed to offer every possible service to the students and faculty of the school. Their adviser is Mrs. Marion DiCristina. Of- SRNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE-Front RMU, iff! to fiflllff A. Boritz, R. Leonardo, Il. Creenherg, L. Churgin, R. Siegel, E. Levens, VI. Laufer, I. Loeh, lf. Shields, -I. Schulze. C. Roccaro, K. Poster, C. Herz, L. Rosenfeld. Second Row: Nl. Capitumini, R. Petruxlia, B. Friedman, NI. YVarnecke, D. Currie, D. Pfuhl, C. King, Xlrs. Diflristina, E. VVilliams, A. Rutigliano, C. Colonna. R. Clarke, T. Stone. Third Row: ficers are Captain. Carolyn King, Co-Captain, Ellen XYilliamsg First Lieutenants, Diana Currie, J Diane lfuhl, Angela Rutigliano, Second Lieuten- ants, Rita Lizzio, Grace Colonna, Meryl XVarnecke, Barbara Friedman. Y. Volpe, R. Freeman, E. Feiner, L. Sollecito, R. Stonernan, L. Paris, S. Kaunron, DI. Lovstrorn, R. Novick, YV. Hiller, E. Dillon, XI. Nlendelsohn, L. Cang, ll. Polish, P. Zausner, NI. Darcy. Fourth Hour: j. Owen, S. Klein, 1. Bartow, KI. lhsen, L. Ulrich, I. Bennett, E. Nlirrielees I. Crenitz, D. Bosel, J. XVeiss, NI. Salzman, F. Cjezajkowski, E. Perlick, A. Levine, E. Ryder. JUNIOR HIGH SERVICE LEAGUE-Front Row, left L0 right: L. Clenishier, Ii. Stein, C. Christ, Turner, A. Mc- Guire, Xirs. IC. Classinan, II. Healy, L, Ferrell, P. Shershoff. Second Rout: B. Krauss, L. johnson, j. Marino, P. Gengler, Jr. Girls' Service League The junior liigh Cirls' Service League was estahlished for the purpose of extending more efficient service to the school. Members serve in various areas of the school such as the library and the Main Office. They also act as guides and hostesses to visitors. The officers are Captain, Arlene McGuire, First Lieutenants, Iris Rawiszer, Christala Christ, Mary Ann Xlencgenofsky, Pat XVoodbury, Andrea Eden and Ann Arnedos. The club adviser is Mrs. Glassman. HOME NiAKINCfCA'l'ERING-Front How, IPM to right: L. Sollecito, C. Delia-tta, Ni. Croghan, Nirs. L. Ehrlich, S. Siegel, R. Popkin, Secoml Row: J. Quain, E. Melsopp, B. 'xl P. XVoodhury, H. Scudero, R. Nianzo, C. Saporito, A. Eden, D. Seiga-l. Tlzinl Row: L. Gut, P. Cludelanis, V. Herrmann, .-X. Terpil, J. Schneider, j. Stein, R, Turlnan, Ni. YVenegen- ofslcy, L. Rosenzweig, Homemal2ing"Catering Planning well balanced diets and cooking domestic as well as exotic foods are the main efforts of the Home Economics and Catering Club. They may often be found preparing refresh- ments for many of the social events at E.M.H.S. The cluh is advised by Mrs. Ehrlich. Swantelt, C. Green, j. Bennett, j. Clihcl, I. Creenwood. Third Row: H. Clarke, I. Dc-Xiaria, Ni. Niendelsohn, Tofe, L. Latino, C. Boross. i Q S E t7 . Ii 'Q z 3 2 i French Club Studying the customs and the language of the French has been the main task of those dedicated French students who formed the French Club. Under the leadership of its capable officers and adviser, many profitable hours were spent in discussion and study. The club was advised by Miss R. Altobelli of the language department, NIATH TEAM-Seatccl, left to right: j. Spaclcro, C. Schmitz, H. Bookman Mr. P. Schmidt, R. VVelt, J. Rosen zweig. Second Row: E. Samhofer, C. Adler, H. Peterson, A. Isakson, M Esser, Kirsch, D. Tucker. 64 FRENCH CLUB-Seated, left to right: B. Silverman, I. Laufer, D. Schumacher, Miss Altobelli, Adviser, M. Maina, E. Dick, S. Klein. Second Row: I. VVeiss, S. Cranan, E. Shields, L. Lebenthal, H. Rowe, E. Levens, R. Mildwurm, L. Lehrer, M. Stein. Math Team Like many of the other teams at EMHS the newly-formed Math Team practiced continually and received excellent coaching. The result has paid off in prestige for the school and personal satisfaction for the team members. The team included in its membership many of the best mathematics students in the school and was coached by Mr. P. Schmidt. 44-0 ll 3 ? it f 3 fr GMI 5 E if E SPANISH CLUB-Seated, left to right: A. Piccininni, H. Greenberg, C. Hunt, Miss M. Maguire, adviser, E. Tobin, S. Fishman, S. Ward. Second Row: S. VVasserman, B. Shatskin, P. Noto, H. Hoos, M. Cerami, M. Chamlin, L. Vercillo, S. Ragone, S. Rubinstein, C. Klein, j. Wander, R. Parker. panish Club "Buenos dias, amigosv is a familiar phrase to the members of the Spanish club. The purpose of this interesting club is to practice Spanish and to acquaint themselves with the customs of Spain and other Spanish speaking countries. The members of the club participated in a District Foreign Language Program. The program included displays and short skits making use of various languages. The group is advised by Miss McGuire. ' A l 'fr-Dfw' I l . 3 I-All B, 49.213 2.1 Q.. Researc eminar Organized to give exceptional students an opportunity to do research in a chosen field, the Research Seminar was incorporated by Dr. Robert Cogger and a board of faculty membe1's. Work is done by the students on either an individual or group basis. Guidance is offered in both the Arts and Sciences by the advisers. The advisers are: Dr. Robert Cogger, Mr. Paul Schmidt, Mrs. Caryl Bloch, Mr. Daniel Pfanner and Mr. Frank Micciche. 3 RESEARCH SEMINAR-Seated, left to right: Susan Migdcn, Linda Kan- ner, Mr. Paul Schmidt, Dr, Robert Gogger, Mrs. Caryl Bloch. Mr. Frank Micciche, Mr. Daniel Pfanner, Rose SCl1lll6I', Clare Schmitz. Second Row: Eugene Samhofer, Hedy Greenberg, Carol Ann Babcock, Roni XVelt, Alice Krauthamer, Helen Duebler, Maria Giorandino, George Adler. Third Row: Harold Peterson, Steve Koss, David Tucker, Arnold Schuster, Mar- tin XVeinstein. 'I 7 r f ,L I A .. , J' N , 5, r,s.. ' .ar .r Q, 3 . ..-gf Y v PIIOTOCBAPIIY CLUB-S1'11t1'f1, left to right: VV. Tilley, llinsch, I. Nicholson, Blaha. Seconrl Rout S. Israel, I", Damico, lf. liatargia, A, Marcigliana, Il. lliemensclmeider, B. Kimmel. Photography Cluln "One picture is worth a thousand words," and the cluh supplies these pictures of interest to students and to the school scrap hook. Members take photos of assemhlies, dances, bazaars and other functions. The club always has supplies on hand for every occasion. The officers were: President, Andrew Com- parettog Vice-President. Paul Ingardia, Treasurer, jack llinsch: Secretary. VValter Tilly. Their adviser was Mrs. Fitzenrider. Dramatics Cluh Enthusiastic applause and cries of uencorei' greet the talented members of the Dramatics club at each performance. Their goal is to maintain a high entertainment level at Elmont Memorial. The cluh officers are President, Stan Samouch- wal, Vice President, Roberta Saginario, Secretary, Beverly Miller: Treasurer, Susan Grossman. The advisers were Mr. XV. Kohler and Mr. C. Isola. DIlAMATICS4Se11terI, left to right: M. Salzman, R. Saginario, Mr. C. Isola, Mr. XV. Kohler, Saniochwal, E. Fils, B. Miller. Second Row: R. Steinman, F. Falek, R. Stoneman, T. VValdliof, J. Monks, N. Ross, L. Paris, E. Perliek, j. Gershon, Grossman, B. Minklin. Third Row: I. Cetta, C. Bruno, S. Zirpoli, R. Madden, D. Kalina, R. Bruno, S. Klein, R. Littman, V. Orsini. 2 r b L 1.-7 T7 Artsmen members look for a solution. Iune Schwartzberg expresses her opinion of the masterpiece. Artsmen The colorful and vivid displays of our Artsmen helped to foretell all coming events in Elmont. Artsmen received first prize for their booth at the Student Council Bazaar and also held a party for new members. The club officers were Al Peckolick, President, Tom Donnelly, Vice Presi- dent, Fran Feldman, Recording Secretary, Georgia Barbarosa, Treasurer, joan Kamens, Historian. Mr. Saxon was the Artsmen adviser. ARTSMEN-Front Row, left to right: J. Schwartzhcrg, E. Clickman, C. Barharosa, T. Don- nelly, Mr. Saxon, adviser, A. Peckolick, F. Feldman, C. WVitzman. Secon11Row: M. Giorandino, L. Williams, K. Toyoda, M. Malinbaum. vi 'Q Nj, . O 2 IJ, . ,ti i Q it r "iff 'O ..Lg-.Qin School publicity in the making. S i Pl 0 i . i X t HONOR SOCIETY-JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-Seated left to right: Susan Moskin, Carol Becker, VValter Rabinoff, Maxwell Tuinan, Nlr. Eulie, Aline Furman, Valerie Herr- mann, Toni Appel. Second Row: Anne Ryder, Mary Ann Stocker, Eileen Cusltie, Susan Yournian, joan Kovach, Karen r. High Honor Society Recognition for the student of high caliber is the main purpose of the junor High Honor Society. Chosen by a committee of three faculty members and three students, the members are selected on the basis of scholarship, service and character. The Society was responsible for many civic and social projects during the year, all of them successful. The officers are: President, lValter Rabinoffg Vice President, Maxwell Tuman, Secretary, Carol Becker, and Treasurer, Aline Furman. The adviser is Mr. Eulie. Sherman, Helga Keller, Marjor Seating, Lois Ward, Nancy Donington, Patricia Carey. Third Rout: Stephen Seutsch, Ralph Herbert, Doug Ileiser, Arthur Graff, jeffrey Kass, Alan Lowe, Kenney Nebel, Alan Beck. Magazine Club The Magazine Club was the very fine literary supplement to our newspaper. The students parti- cipating in the group met once a week to write and discuss new material. The Thanksgiving and Easter issues were well received and showed the group to be a great success. The club is led by Editor, Susan Spector, and her two assistants, Susan Maskin and joan Kovack. The adviser is Mr. Sweeney. MAGAZINE CLUB-Seated, left to right: S. Moskin, S. Spector, Mr. Sweeney, adviser, W. Rabinoff, M. Lazaroff. Second Row: Ni. Perrotta, 1. Kovach, R. Katz, B. Wiener, C. Longo. T 1 I 'D i 2 Q . O . 7 JUNIOR HIGH F. T. A.-Seated, left to right: S. Fox, J. baum, T. Parmet, Fogel, M. Florio. Third Row: C. Rosenblum, V. Oranges, D. Altshulcr, P. Littman, Mr. Silver, I. Naroff, J. Golub, 1. Schneider, I. Vercelletto, D. Goldsmith, B. Hitherington, j. D'Angelo, C. Eidsvig, L. Mills, l- Kim-C, A- Weimfein, E- ROSS, L- BCTTCS, R- D0- Iohnson. Second Row: M. Singer, C. Sausmer, M. Winkler, NOHHO. A- Fried. E. Schwartz, E. Levitan, I. Krueger, C. Krohn, P. Rosen- r. High F. A. Project 75 Young adults whose main ambition is to be- A seventh grade class discussion concerning come teachers are now members of the FTA. These school orientation grew into what is now Project various students study the modern techniques and 75. It was decided to prepare a visitor's guide. The principles of todayis teaching methods. project became known as Around Elmont Memorial The group was advised by Mr. Goldsmith. in Eighty Pages and was to contain information as well as illustrations. The project proved both stimulating and rewarding to the members of this ambitious home-room. 3fL'11p::U PROIECT 75-Seated, left to right: F. Ostrin, N. Caputo, B. Levine, L. Dassel, C. Palau, . Press, M. Friedkin. Second Row: J. Rosenblum, A. Clinsman, S. Cammaroto, R. Parker, Feldman, Mr. Crit-msmann, S. Rudnick, V. Daniele, J. Muratore, Miller, E. Goldman, . Feldman. Third Row: L. Hirsch, V. Martinson, H. Rativcr, F. DiMaria, H. Koplowitz, . Mirrielees, R. Lento, K. Zatlin, P. Brickman, Y. Dr-Muro, S, Rochester. mv T D BXIINC fllllm S x ll Bum oclmm 1 Il 1 N llNCllll Debat mg Club Thc Deb itmff Club of lzlmont Memorml consists of tcm stucleuts mcl ui iclxiscr Nlr Frank lsum 111 Duimff thc put xcu thc tcqm sms '1SkCd to puticip itc m mtcr school dcb ltcs Elst Mefldow mcl Nux llyclc lhlllx Nlimllflll lllqh School were some of thf sc-hools with xxhic-h thc tL'lID competed. Tiis U1'ff'H1lZ'lflUl'l is '1 mcmbcr of thc cw York Stwtc l'o1'cnsic' Lfllflll 'mcl XVIS 'lblc to 'lttCl1d -incl P'l1'l'lliL in '1 c-ompctitixc stlitc-wiclc clcbitc on this ycirs clcblxtc topic-, lorciqn Aid. CHESS AND CHECKFRS Cl, FB-S '11t'f. l' . ' ttfriecl KAdc'i.s'erJ. S. XY'1.'scrnim. A. L I OLe1ry, R. Eclwircls R. Kuclcr. C GSS 8,11 C CCQCIS C ll Chess incl chcclxers hue ilu iys been Con siclciccl skillful mcl compctitixc qlmes Thc ITILIUDCIS of thc Chess mcl Checkers club conccnti ltr on pcifcctirw thcu mme md prepar mff for compctition. 'lhc Competition IS qcfircd to wl ol mc-li stuc . Thr c-lub 'iclviscr is Nlrs. C ottfriccl. The officers in z lrc siclc nt, CVCOFKVC X 'mclcrbr ck- Vice Prcsiclent Slullny XY'iSSLl'IH'lIl1 SlCl'it'lI'Y, Dm Sinclcrsg and Tl'Q'1Slll't 12 l2mlCll'1l'il lxuqlcr. ' " : . Smcers. Cf Vmclerbcek . rs. wrc. Scar out Nl. 9 ein H. Berlum R. JUNIOR HICI-I LIBRARY-Seated, left to right: L. Arnio, R. Urso, C. Roieck, B. Browder, F. Schlesinger, Mr. Vincent E. Bulber R. DeNouno V. Billet P. ohnson V. , . , , I , Herrmann. Second Row: M. XVeinhous, I. Beringeri, S Fillo, C. Becker, 1. XVhitney, D. Lifton, S. Yourman, M f ? ,S . Hifi 'I Newman, I. Caputo, M. Bush, C. Haclcenfort, K. Sherman L. Minuta, C. Palau, S. Ungar. Third Row: L. Petrosino, R Parker, I. Perott, D. Inserra, M. Stocker, H. Keller, L Kaplowitz, I. Shapiro, L. Lipitz, P. Tormino, B. Schneller C. Friedrichs, S. Moskin, E. Kipnis, L. Wildman, P. Stocker Libr ary Club The Library Club was primarily a service organization. Members received points for their services and then were given awards in accordance with the number of points obtained. The advisers were Mr. Peterson and Mr. Vincent. SENIOR HIGH LIBRAIIY--Svrltctl, left to right: Luufer, 1. Silver, R. Yanstou, E. Butcher, Nlr. C. Pettersen, E. Fils, S. Schiller, Auerbach, E. Perlick. Second Row: M. Preiss, N. Ross, A. XVeissman, L. Paris, R. Koplowitz, N. Heinshon, E S. Arnio, NI. XVL-iss, Ii. Yclsits, C. Nlarzullo, NI. Balber, I. Bartow, Fischman. Third Row: B. Slodyslco, NI. Storz, D. Boccia, K. Poster, NI. Nlaina, E. Stein, 1. Munroe, H. Filler. E. Lcvens, Augenstein, B. Friedman, E. Silver. lg v BETAILINC CLUB Qcatcd left to 11,f,1t R Vmston S Cohen Mr Goodwin rduser E Vecchione R DLStLf1no M Kruner Qecond Row L Cfuro C Svithlx T Bronco Niittenhuber J Orlando I Nlorgln elh Third Hou, M Drumm C' Bflrlxey T Cwrltwno T IJLBVISC J Andrea Retal mg C u The school store thrixinq md piosperous since the l3Cf71DI11l1Q of the school xelr wls mn bv our xerx clplbk RLt1lllIlQ Club The lttrictne XVIII dom displ us ind the field trips were onlx some of the educ H1011 ll lctiutics of the club Advised bv tunitx to lc un eorrcct ret ulinq techniques Thr offieus xurp Prr sident hmmm VCCCh1 one XlL6PI'LSllllI1t Sondr1Cohcn Surctirx Rob erti IDLStCfll10 ind Tic lSllI'CI Bcttv XX IllCltIlC1' 72 T' Key Club A nux lddition to the mrnv Clubs it Elmont is thc Ku Club It is 1 school ind community serxiu club sponsored by the KlXV1H1S Lefzgue of Llmont Stux lrt Minor A fund rusmg drive for 1 scholarship 'md a xities The officers une President Ronald Cfzfhsh Vim Prrsident Fred Longo Seeretlry Andy Lovs cnberq Tielsuru Bob lirker The fzdvlser Wfzs Mr All1lJI'0Slll0 REX CLUB Qeaterl left to rzght B Pfzrker R Cqfhsch Nir J Ambrosino F Longo H Cross Second Row C Bl'uuelt F Lltcrgm B Hunmerleln 9 Rfagone I VV1nder Third Hou, Xi PCTILIHL A Lowenbcrg S Ruben stein I Sluus J Thomson Q . 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Typlng Club Every Thursday the keys of the Buslness De partment tvpewrlters get an extra Work out The 51rls of the Typlng Club make up work do extra credrt or practlce speed and 'accuracy Under the supervrsron of thelr capable 1dv1ser Nlrs Sylvm Cottfrled the glrls took fr tr1p to the Telt phone Comp my The offrcers were Presldent Rose Maldon Ido V1LePres1dent Ixmma Veccrone Secretlry LUCID RIFLE CLUB Front Row left to rzglzt Rlchard Cekuth Karl Rucudt Tom Donnelly Xlr Henry Welss Mdmserj Tony Rubmo Rrchard Oddo Robert Kessler Second Hou, XV1lter Trlley Haney Z1pk1n Rennv Cadohno Howard Halpern John lN1cholson john Blahfa Thzrd Row WV11l1am Bel1oft1 joel Shelpe Iohn Sluus Frank Pncanelh Allan Kores Stanley Israel TYPIINC CLUB Front Row left to nght K Nlovae L C'uro Ms S Cottfned E Vecchlone E Pala goma Second Row C Warnkm E Hlckey C SVlfl1k N1 OFlaherty I Drspenzi S Cohen M Drumm Thzrd Rou, C Niarkrewlcz I Mltten huber C Imbrlale R DeStefano NI Prelss B XIcCarthy Rl! e Club Tom Donnelly pres1dent of the R1He Club conducted drscussrons on trackmg ammals and on the use and care of drfferent types of rlfles The mformatlon obtamed at these meetlngs was put to use one mght a week when the boys V1Slt6d Huslett H1gh Schools rrfle range The other offlcers were VICE Presldent Tony Rubrno Secretary Karl Kugust Treasurer Fuchard Oddo Thelr advlser was Mr Henry Welss 73 1 T 1 Q , '1 :. .L , .U . , A r. . y ' a - ' . 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Iloxxv, liluluu, S. Xviuuuu. li. XV-iss, Nl. Clumpisi, 'I'. Xlulm-rlm. Biology Lala Assistants Rlio Sigma Tau Hi'Y l'urlvr tlu- guicluuu- of XI11 Cc-orgv Custclluui, This your saw the- formation of lilmout Mc tlui Biology Lulu .'XSSlSlillllS xww givin tlu- oppor- lllKll'l1ll'S first lli-Y groups. llllll Sigum Tau, tlu unity to lurtlwr 1-xplorv ilu- SC'lCllQ'0 ol' Biology. lmofs Ili-Y, wus orguuixvcl and L'llill'lCI'L'Cl in tha Ilu- study of tlw luuuuu body and tlu- proc'vss0.: of Spfillg ll'l'lll. ln tlw following mouths ilu' group clixgog-H011 xycrp this' tqppigg Qlqlgply gtlldipd by thi, Dl'l'l52ll't'Cl Ll Clll1SlllllflUl1 will Clt'Ct0ll 0fllCOl'S. HN'llll3CI'S. lllio Slglllll Tuu was udvisvcl lmy Mr. B. l,a1vu1 uuclo uucl Xlr. Xl. lflulic-li. H110 Slflllgl TAI' III-l'-Sf'r1t1'rl,14'ftto right: S. XVasscr- lmimlwr. S, liuqouc-. D. l'1I'4'C'I'. R. Kmsuoll, ,-X. Ilcuum-rlciu muu. ,l- l'ill!LU'lLllKl. Il. Hom. Al. liglttauliulu, 'lf Kelly, Hr. li. Ifilorguuo. l.. llurrisou, Tf1irzlRou': Il. Zipkiu, S. S4-in l,uxor.uulo fillll'lS1'I'l. Xlr, lillrlivlm f.X1lr'i.w'1'l, IJ. Nuimlus, D. S. Cfolomlmo, A. Kon-N, ll, Ilalpf-ru. A. Pica-iuiuui, Cl, Soln llllllffllvv. xl. XX 1 ,, Y vllflll. Sl'l'!1I1ll Hoff: N. llloom, ll. Buclw- Xl. llllllli'I'. X X7-'17 A 'E a , i 1 2 E . 1 5 I 1 1 DENTAL HYCIENF CLUB-Svrltml. Ivft to right: XI, Lnmmfl, Goldman. Bliss Colclmiui. L. Hiller. B. Xliukiu. St'f'1IHl! Rrnr: D, Ls-xiin-, A. Buritz, R. Katz, XI. Climuliu, VI. Pmtlikrmpf, Dental Hygiene Undc-r the guidance of Miss XI. Goldman the members of thc. Dental Hygiene Club studied the pmfcssioii of Dentistry und familiarized the stu- dcuts of ICNIIIS with the care of the mouth and tt-oth. Posters and displays were used hy the cluh to Lllillllllllt students with thc subject of Dental llygiciiv. Weather Bureau lQx'01'y morning the stuff of the Xlbgitlici' Burerui zumouncccl thc wcutlivl' for thc day. Ac- ciirucy was the t1'ud0ing1i'k of this cific-it-iit Qrrmup. Thc group studied the x'ui'iuiis wviitlivi' cleviws amd 1'et-civvcl instruction iu their use. The XVc11tliCr Bllfltilll was zulvisi-tl hy Xlr. Frank Nlict-ic-lu-. XVICATHER BVRICAL'-S1'1lfr'rl. lwft tn right: il. Sn-liw.irt7lwrg, Xlr, I". Xlivc-icliv, H. Crm-1-iilwrxl, D. Niulcailiy. SCl'Ullli limb: Il. Slrcit-li, 'If llfwplw, Cl. lll1llIX'0lt, ll. Klltfltxf. AUDIO-VISUAL SQUAD-Sf'utCrI, left in right: B. Steiner, R. Koplowitz, Mr. P Snyder S Drictor, A. Nan-lu-l. Sworirl Iiorr: Xl. XYinklvr. B. Sallcr. A. Kores, VV. Lehrman lx Wig 1 A. Roochvarg. Audio Visual Auto Cl b The members of the Audio-Visual Squad were responsible for the operation and use of audio- visual materials. lt was the job of the boys to move and to run projectors in various classrooms. Depenclability was the characteristic of this club's members. The officers were: President, Alan Koresg Vice-President, Howard Halperng Secretary, Dennis De Paola. Their adviser was Mr. Snyder. Smooth running automobiles xx ere products of the Auto Club. The boys checked md rep ured the cars of faculty members and fellow students The club was advised by Mr L'1C'1rrubba AUTO ClL,llB-S1'IIfI'll, left to right: S. Fcrnluicli. F. llzicanclli, Klr. A. LliClffl1l5lJ1 Schmall, B. S.1ll'er. A. K.u1tcr. Sfworill Rout: P. llabcr, -I. Cllassman, I. Sluus, R Hamilton Cl. Barlccy. Tliirrl Rout -I. Loticrlo, A. -lucll, ll. Anclorfcr, A. Zizolfo, 5 . . s wr I Q3 R. Rosa 'ins-4 Qrchestra Choir of the season were presented at assemblies for the entire student body. Through the efforts of the Music Depart- ment music appreciation was presented to the student body. SENIOR CGLICIC CLl'B-Front Row, left to right: C Xia-Yay. If Znusucr, B. Eclelstcin. I. Bartow, C. Stark- mun. NI, 'I'.1rtz1sky.D.O'Conncll,S.Auerb:1ch,I.Avenoso. SITUIIII Hou? P. XIQ-ono. V. Rusnnk, E. Ryder, S. Schiller. IJ. Bot-ein. Xlrs. NI. Rout-li, T. Cniaccio, C, Boccia, BI. Spina, C. Stroiny. A. Cie-mei, P. Seyfcrt. Third Row: A. fIOID172lI'1'llU. N. IIinsoIm, XI. XVQ-iss, I. Crenitz, L C'oltlIn-ru 9 Sullxin 'S Nrnio I Cusltin E L1Ch1 ellc . N . . . ..., . . ,- , - . . z ap . L. Ulrich. Cl. Ilurnvtt. Cf. Svitlik, IC. Yet-chionc, DI. Loser. QI. Collins, 1'l17lH'f1I Iloux' IC. Stein. XI. Esser, -I. Klon- ILIQIIIU. IS. Aclalmifv. UI. SllYt'l', A. Xlt-rkcr. C. Collins, I KI'INlt'lINl'll. Y. Your-I. D, Taulmlco, NI. Cliomucliuo. I XI'I1itm'y, pl. I,oriu. C'IIC ,III-SVIIYITI. Iwfl fu l'I,Lfllf.' II. IQXVIINVII, NI. Stow, ff, for I I Stem. -I. IJVIIUIIIIH. In. Iolmn, It l'4'p4'. SITUIIII Rn llIlNlI1ll'i. ll. ,XIII-me. IJ. lim-svl. B, IAIINUII, I. Cin-11it7. VI. Livlvoxx I lclis Cnc Sr. High Glee Club ff? Q xsl A smovfh H 1110,-I all- ! Ann 1: iq enjoyed bu mutme, nrtf' llrfnvlym .ndlj 'Q 'Z Zeygful ns Of the d Fall F hellf zlnfas., 8 117670 ul .ycgmgm Rhythm thing stfm I nglf. The 'h ut the ff' thrall? 0 111071 Hmm ers efltcrt ll Chapemnes mew wzth przde. flll! 1?I X ,. wif ,, Q- 53 Skirfnnj 'mf'0fS'. Mah file F uv M. .- U Hpuwl bl! aclmir 9129 .. 11, 11 QQ? ' S- C11 I the prr,-eedings ar WON if KK4 641 H X 1 EW nvefxoufg Varsity Football t "'T:.j5""-ww ' . 'Q A+- - M' ,..a..J:h-M. . I1 Il pmt al vga 4 5 The men of the Elmont gridiron provided thrills and ex- .. Q amples of good sportsmanship to the cheering crowd. 14955 The team ended this season in a second place position with a record of four wins and three losses. jerry Mastro was selected as "Most Valuable Playerv by his teammates. The team was coached by Mr. Andy Palau and Mr. Nick Voelger. VARSITY FOOTBALL-Front Row, left to right: K. York, A. Tofc, QI. Xlastro, j. Battagliola, R. Nlacumbcr, H. Schweitzer. O. XVood, B. McKenna, H. Halpern, B. Minkin, S. Valentino. Second Row: H. Kagon, P. Messina, C. Ccrniglia, T. Donnelly, XV. Desimini, A. Varano, D. Freer, A. Picininni, H. Oddo, C. Mazarelli, L. Babbit. Third Row: R. Greenwood, D. Schumacher, R. Handelson, A Ansel, P. Carella, P. Silverstein, N. Bloom, B. Devereux, I Hetlierington, A. Codaluto, P. Digiorgio, H. Boritz Fourth Row: Mr. N. Voelger, F. Pitrelli, A. Adamo, R Del Vecchio, Hofmann, R. Madden, L. Klein, Mr A. Palau. Varsity Club First String men prepare for action. ,rdf . -, . '- f X f , 4 . -1 .. , , A A , A 'S 1 - Varsity Club members .strike U N f I ' '47 , , a pretty pose. ' , ' . ' ' 1. t f' is , Q f I , J A ' M it l . fs A 'O' .gi I " nv I , -uwrlu k X Q 1' , p 79 .nt - I . f A f 'yin ' b y lx paula Composed of lettermen from all varsity sports, the Varsity ' " Club strives to promote Interscholastic Athletics. 5' To purchase awards for outstanding school athletes, the f ' Varsity Club sponsors many school activities. A Student vs. Faculty basketball game and the Varsity Drag were the activities presented by the Varsity Club. The officers are President, Brian McKenna, Vice President, Bob Macumber, Secretary, Howie Schweitzer, and Treasurer, Oakley VVood. Mr. Palau and Mr. Voelger are club advisers. Another ticket sold for our .successful Varsity Drag. VARSITY CLUB-Front Row, left to right: A. Codoluto, Suardi, A. Tofc, I... Klein, D. Freer, R. Del Vecchio, B. Xliut-ken, Valentino, S, Cantor, N. Bloom, G. Kaiser. K. York, Shein, F. Dt-Paolo, XVortl1e, T. Kelly. Sec- ond Row: P. Noto, R. Edwards, R. Blackman, O. VVood, Fourth Row: tl. Sobel, V. Hilderbrand, A. Hemmerlein, H. Oclclo, -I. Ilethcringtou, A. Piccininni, S. Hofmann, R. B. Xlacumbcr, B. McKenna, H. Schweitzer, D. Schumacher, O'Lt-ary, A. Varano, T. Donnelly. Cl. Nlazzcrelli, S. NVQ-rut-oil. Tlzirrl Row: H. Halpern, T. uf Yr-XHSITY ll.XSKE'l'll.-XLL-Sfllfflf, left to riglflf: Xl. Spur- auino. Nlr. Dt-ll 'Olio, D. Tun-kcr, Xlr. Suizck, li. NIL-Kc-luma, lf. IJ4-Paolo. Cl. ,'xllNlllllL'l'. Srvmul How: B. Bode, B. V 0 B 1 1, lJc-siunilii. ll. fYlA'Ll1'X. l,. Xlullilan. N. Xlatm. XV. VV4-uqert, ars1ty as zet a Rv M- The first Basketball Team of E.M.H.S. ended a successful season in a first place position among the new schools. Sparked by Seniors Brian McKenna and Bob O'Leary, the Elmont hoop men proved always a determined opponent. High scoring Larry Mulligan and fast moving Frank DePaolo and Mel Matza also starred for the Elmont five. Captains Brian McKenna and Dave Tucker led the team. The team was coached by Mr. VVilliam Snizek. .-t -g .nu I , .K J: ,CQ 0 i - QQ XN, tx I 5 2 .X '.'b,a'f -ss. 1. I v' i Af f 'S .4 - 1 . i4Le'1w'1vf +3 .14 .ly is .fp hr, V gl' 1 14W .v 'M li . 8 L.. - I all , lux A .Ai r. VdIS1ty X f -r .pifwglg at it Baslaethall .. .A ,. ,,,,,-1 "r"q i la ,. - 7" at i i 7 ' 'p."'f..,,..., I Q7 x i'f':'g,:.,a V M' .1 S5547 lVill it or wnn't it gm in? A nice pose for our camera man. l ll and mg Elmont .scores rugmn. Fast moving, high scoring J. V. Basketball players ended their first season with a winning record. The team compiled a seven win and six loss record. This energetic squad showed fine examples of teamwork and sportsmanship. Spectators cheered the abilities of sophomores Tony Codoluto and Stan Grossman. The team was coached by Mr. XVilliam Snizek. I. V. BASKETBALL-Scut1'r1, left to right: B. Bode, T. Codoluto, Nlr. Snizck, Grossman, R. Welt. Second Row: C. xvllllltlllilll, ll. llowc, ll. Madden, F. xvillllliilllll, C. Nlzlzarclli. Third Row: P. Difliorgio, B. Barathy, C. Cross, C. Altshuler, Furchak. . 4 1:37 ,f'X I SOCCCI' SOCCER-Front Rmb. lwft In Viilllfi D. Hr. SlllZl'l'i fAl1l'f,S'L'l'!. I". D1-Paolo. -I, Edwards, A. H1-1mm-rlviu, S. Sindvr. if NAlT1lHill. Tflirff limb: -I. cllllllllll, I.. K ll. Ilmms. l,. SL'llIlli1ll, S. Shviu. Team Xlic-lmcrlwxm. Il. Tilly, B. Blackman, P. Note, L. Kuttner, XVurtlu-. 'lf Kvlly. Sccnnfl Huw: R. O'Le:1ry, R. flrmsr :X. flulumpqllvttcj. YY. lil-llntti, S. Rllllerlstvin, B. .rmlllln X. llllKl1'I'lDl'.lIlll, 'If Sllalrdi. CI. Solwl, S. YV1-inkollh, Lung hard hours of plum-tice amd the able Cllllflllllg of Nh: Xlvlllllllll Snixek lcd the Elmont Memorial Sm-cel' Team to ll winning season. The team gained Ll strong hold on the second plrwe posrtirm in league competition. Through still' cmnpvtitimm tho hooters compiled Ll record rflivjt'-gl 1' 17. ' L ul' five wins, fiw losses and one tic. -4 ' ,,.. 5 N The team selected Richie Edwards as "Most A f N' Valuable Pluyerf, 1: ' x .Kr 9 - 4 ,h ,. .Qi 1 f .,q.k. 2 Q W, 135 df ,3 SL -4-'ar Qi' v Q l P- in.. TRACK-Front Row, left to right: Barry Levine, Howard Ratner, Nlr. Nlegarr, Mr. Nash, Steve Rochester, Stu Suramowitz. Srwnnrl lime: llieharcl Lotve, Tommy Olmerg, Robert Mirrilees, Hyrum Smith, 'l'llUlIhlS Doyle, Gregory xVllllillIlS. Tllirzl Row: Harry Nlesh, Brian Braun, Shaw Tarlmet, lleorue Y.mclc-rlreek, Larry Colgultgelo, XValter Cahill. The newly formed track teams spent many hours working out on the ENIHS track. Competition was limited, but the team proved itself capable of victory over at least three varsity teams in the area. The teams were coached by Mr. I. Bon- giorno, Mr. J. Megarr, and Mr. D. Nash. Tli.-XCK TICANI-Front lime, left to right: j. Gottlieb, K. York, S. llofmann, J, Ileatherington, ll. Plclxvarcls, R. llamlelsou, S. Valentino, DI, Collins, G. VVilliams. Sr'r'om1 Rout Xlr. j. Bongiorno fCo1lz'l1Q, Roth, L. Balmlmitt, K. lioseulwlatt, IJ. Delnaolo, P, Feinberg, E. Kramer, D. Schumacher, A. DiAngelo, T. Desimini, S. NV1-ilikopf, N. Blum, D. Steinhrenner, Nlr. Megarr. , : fi all' 1-S55-,r.fw.Lf CLK, .AAI Q . .QV - xx f ,IN 3 v. -5 . .-,, - S , ' I 'X ,' lv' .- Y! I ? . - "' 1 f 2 ' r 7 ' f. 1 A Nr ' BOYS' LEADER CORPS-Seatcrl, left to riglzt: Howard Rowe, Frank Breuer, Bob Blackman, Bay Blazzarvlli, Tom Suardi, Brian X14-Kenna. Steve Fernbach. Second Row: Cary fxlazzarelli, Steve VVeinkauf, Alan Aust-ll. Paul Feinlmcru. Bob Nlacuniber, Bob Barathy, Sal Valentino, Ronnie Hauclclson. Boys' Leader Corps The boys of the Leader Corp were always available to aid the teachers of the Physical Edu- cation Department. To assist in the smooth func- tioning of gym classes is the job of each member. The boys are responsible for instruction and the knowledge of the rules of each sport. BUYS' Olfl-'lCl.-XLS CILl'B-S1'11fr'rl, left to right: Howard llowt-. Bob Bamtliy. Clary Nlaxzarclli. Alan Aust-ll, Sal Yale-utino. Bonnie llamlelson. Paul FL'lIllJi'l'j.f, Robert Green- Boys I Qliieials Helping the Physical Education Department and learning the rules of ofhciating at various sports functions were the main tasks of the Boyis Ofhcials Club. Under the able leadership and watchful eye of the Physical Education Depart- ment the members learned many invaluable lessons in teamwork and sportsmanship. wood. Scfoml How: Ray Nlazzarelli, Steve Fcrnlmach, Frank Brcucr. Bob Nlacumbcr, Brian McKenna, Bob Blackman, 'loin Suartli, Steve XYL'lllliLllll:. 4 1 4 ' l'l 2 p i - i aa I 1 GIRLS' LEADER CORPS-Sfllfefi, iff! ffl Tiflilli S. Kam- menaclccr, B. Eliassen, V. Marr, B. 5llY9I'I11 in -X Hllflgllllfl ron, B. Bodc, C. Sclnnidt, Hrs. C. Popella, Adviser, S. I. Carlsen. N. Nlazzarclli, C. Schmitz. Third Row Schmidt, C. Santoro, V. Scala, M. Mack, T. Casparini. Imhrialv, B, Xlolesky, E. Palau, I. Tofe, R We Second Row: J. Domin, j. Sartori, B. Acker, Ni. Krum- dis, R, Marx, j. Sclmclle, B. Schulcr, B. Iximir Girls' Leader Corps Leader Corp girls assist in all phases of Physical Education. The members, after training, are able to teach, participate in and referee almost any sport. Members assist in Physical Education classes and such clubs as Sports Club, Intramurals, Archery and Bowling. A weekend trip to Pawling, New York is planned for Leader Corp mem- bers each year. The officers were President, Sue Schmidtg First Vice President, Ceil Santorog Second Vice President, Carlyn Schmidt, Secretary, Virginia Scala, Treas- urer, Betty Ann Bode. The adviser was Mrs. Charlotte Popella. P05715 is Cf1UC'd- A goal about to be scored. Cynmnstzcs on 11191111111 1 . - 5 i fa GJ i 45 nv , 3 VARSITY ClIIClillLICADICIKSV-l,wft to right: joan Breiman, Phyllis Blanstein, Terryainie Clasparrini, Carol Xloritz. lioherta Shlnlter, lflaine Siegel, Lesley Cross. C-T7 .5 wg ' 53: Varsity Claeerleaclers Pep. vim and vigor were the requirements for Varsity Cheerleading during '56-'58, At all Varsity competition in their thick green crewnecks and crisp white skirts, the cheerleaders were there to coordinate and improve school spirit. These seven pert cheerleaders had the distinction of being the first cheer- leaders at Elmont. Throughout their two years as members of the squad they tried, with much success, to keep their team winning and their fellow students cheering. Captain was Carol Moritz ancl Co-captain Terri Casparrini. The adviser was Nlrs. Charlotte Popellag Nlanager. Virginia Scala. alf Nm mn-I ,WW M IU,-U NIH H I'eppy Cl1eel'le111Ic'r.x- ,go tlzrouuh their J ' ' J paces' little louder." " Poised and ready for action. xi 92 x 'bsiv r. Varsity Clieerleaclers Cirls witli fmt- c-rmimlm gmail. supporting amd lmosting sc-liool spirit, are wlmt irizule up lflmmifs xl. V. Clieerletulers. XVitl1 Ll leap and ll bound the -IN. Cliec-rlvaulc-rs were always eager to cheer our players to victory. Led by Captain Fran Feldman and Co-captain Vivian Marr, the girls practiced diligently to perfect each cheer. Tlieir adviser was Mrs. Popellu. I. V. CHEERLEADERS-Loft to right: Vivitm Nlarr, Nlaryunn Forte, Andrea Forrest, Katherine Broderick, Fran Fclclmnn, Barliuru Kumar, joan Czulclis, Katliy Fillo, Marion Russo. GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB-Seated, left to right: Linda Rosenfeld, jinni Merrill, Fran Czajkowslci, Camille Mar- zullo, Angela Rutigliano, Miss Doris Hlavsa fAdviserj, Joyce Carlson, Sue Granan, Terrianne Gasparrini, Sue Augenstein. Second Row: janet Sclmelle, Betty XValleitner, Dolores Taddeo, Linda Ulrich, Connie Klein, Lois Boggs, Sue Girls' Sports Club Many girls desire athletics beyond those offer- ed in gym class. To these girls the Physical Edu- cation Department offers the Girls Sports Club. The club presents more advanced skills and stresses Sportsmanship and teamwork to its mem- bers. The adviser was Miss Hlavsa. Schmidt, Mary Mack, Betty Ann Bode, Barbara Bachmann, Barbara Molefsky, Elizabeth Ryder, Frimi Falek. Third Row: Mara Ibsen, Rosemary Marx, Dolores Stabile, Carlyn, Schmidt, Barbara Heiser, Barbara Silverman, Maryann Croghan, Vivian Marr, Arlen Toder, Marian Russo, Ellen Yelsits, Kathleen Broderick, Geraldine Bedini. MOJCIH Dance C ll1lJ Go-ordination and graceful movement were all qualities of the members of the Modern Dance club. Led by Miss Catalano, the girls were given exercises and formations to practice. Acquired from these exercises were muscle strengthening and smoothness of motion. fr ' MODERN DANCE-Seated, left to right: M. Mendelsohn, L. Cuomo, C. Cuomo, I. Essling, R. Novaclc, M. Littenofl. Second Row: j. Santori, A. XVeissman, L. Solicito, I. Goud, C. Starkman, R. Mildwurm. SPARTANETTES-Left to right: Ceorgia Barharosa, Clare Schmitz, Susan Shershoff, Roseann Bruno, Rose Schuler, Beuita Boggs, Niarion Palm, Lihhy Ulin, lleenc Hyman, Linda Kanner, Pat Daunt, Carolyn Butta, june Sehwartzherg, Susan Migden, Maria Ciorandino, Carol Cordaro. partanette S E.NI.H.S. students cheer and exelaim their appreciation when the Spartan- ettes appear. Dressed in their hright green uniforms, these 16 girls form a straight line and begin their precision dance. After long hours of practice this hand picked group was ready to perform. Their routine was sparked hy intricate steps and imaginative formations. The girls sponsored a Record Ilop to help pay for their uniforms. They were always present at all home games to aid in the boosting of school spirit. Mrs. Caryl Bloch was the adviser. The girls were led by: Captain, Carolyn Buttag Co-captain Linda Kanner. 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