Emerson High School - Altruist Yearbook (Union City, NJ)

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Q ,, ,- -1, . -'D 1 5 1 'T 'ff FI 3 I '-'I k. P he 2 i fW53M?T57K W WIWRQ' M WW' ,MMMWW W gm . MQW wifi? ww W M Wa? WL MWQQJ ldmf X 43, wig: ., I, . ff- 135. ,- fy' W ..,. , ,, M55 -f,kf . yr Wy.-+1 1 -'S' 1:1 ,, 1- 1 r Itruist PRESENTED BY Class of June l945 Emerson High School UNION CITY, NEW JERSEY S we leave our Alma Mater, we see a horizon golden with the promise of ' ' victoy On the heels of victory, will come peace. The absence of war is not peace We have met the challenge of ware Shall we meet the challenge on peace? - his is the question uppermost in the minds of all of us. The men of our arm orces, the masses of our citizens, our leaders, all want to be true to our i ldiers who have given so much, some even their lives, in this war for free- dom ey want to be true, as well, to future generations on whom they have been orced to place a heavy burden as the price for their freedoms. onestly earnestly we want to acquire from the sacrifices, hardships and I losses which have gone into this war, ull ruits of victory in a good peace. The foremost problem is how to secure for ourselves and all the world a just and lasting peace. 7 ' ltimate success o international organization demand-S justice among - ect and good will. It must be remembered that no be ef ected vor the greater goo o ' l rance, and spiritual is The u mutual resp ' h nge can ision, to e nations as well as economic, politicial, or social c a anhind that is not directed and inspired by v In decency. ,164 it Q 4. Yr p X fr Dedication MR. CLAUDE W. CARTWRIGHT Til!! Spanish have a word "simpatico" which means everything that is fine. This term could justly be applied to our former Spanish teacher and our respvetecl Vice-Principal, Mr. Cartwright. Mr. Cartwright is so thorough, tolerant and capable that through our brief associations with him, he has helped develop these characteristics in us. To a most cultured and esteemed gentleman, who has been a friend to us all, we the Class of June 194-5 dedicate this book. 'S MR. EDW ARD GROTH MR. CHARLES A. BROWN MR. l'ATlilCK E. MUSTO President Vice-President E MR. CLARENCE 1. BXEMAN MR. AY-RAM C. SAFYER MR. ALBERT C. PARKER Superintendent oi Schools WE wish to express our gratitude to oard of ducaUon the Board oi Education, whose iar-reach- ing inilucnce and wise leadership reflect l l th ast and pre the growth oi stur ents no p sent. We thank you too, lor the privileg l' l casures ol cduc oi receiving the ngi ni tion so necessary in a competitive worl Mr. Albert C. Parker FROM your understanding, clear thinking., sincerity, and patience may we also learn line leadership and perhaps our- selves acquire som you yourself possess. 6 e ol the virtues which Administration MR. JOSEPH J. MANEQ Y l'rin1'ipal MR. CLAUDIC W. CAHTWRIGHT Guidance is the high road to success. After our journey through high school we will he forever grateful to you, Mr. Cart- wright, for the guidance and assistance you have displayed in our hehalf. You have taught us the need for discipline in our lives, discipline, in the whole and larger sense. You have started us on the road to HlH'l't'HS and we hope to stay there. l MR. JOSEPH .l. MANEY Ideals are the seeds of character. We are deeply grateful to you, Nlr. Maney, for the help and encouragement you have given us throughout our high school years. With the passage of time and our widening ex- perience, the extent of your efforts to teach us right from wrong, has strength- ened our ideals in the formation of our characters. MR. CLAUDE W. CARTWRIGHT vi1'6-l,I'lllt'llNll S Q, . . Q :., Q ,Q my L S mgwf, m y WW if Mb-,K 'F , V ,,W,,T.,:yk A Q was , , .f www gm? ,,,k,Y, JOHN WAHI- MICHAEL DAY FRANK ZACHGO JOHN VAIANI NA RUSSO IIL MOZZI VCENT CIERI M COOPER HN CHIOCCA CLID GARBACCIO 'NALD M1:EWAN LLIAM ENNIS YMOND MILLER rIAROLD O'CONNELL Italian Dept. Italian Dept. Social Studie English Dept. Science Dept Math. Dept. Math. Dept. Music Dept. Social Studie Commercial Dept. These me Seniors In Service 'iAnswering The Call" As Freshmen they never knew, As Seniors what they would do. To answer their country's call, One and all. To don Uncle SHIIl,S suit, And give a saluteg The hattles that were fought, Amid snow and raing The lesson which was taught, We hope-was not in vain. These hoys, whom we miss so., Are fighting for us-you know, The tropical jungle and the mighty sea, 9 Are their s to heholclg But with courage and strength, It's America's-to hold. MARIE COLOMBO Faculty in Service IRWIN PALIUGHI EDWARD REBUCCI ARNOLD RUECC WILLIAM TOMKA HARLAN UMANSKY FRANK CINSBERC U. S. Army 'ELSO CHIOCCA U. S. Army 'JOHN DRAKE U. S. Navy 'FRANK KORBETT U. S. Army 'JOHN CARBARINI Waves U. S. Army s Dept. U. S. Army U. S. Army . U. S. Army U. S. Army s Dept. JOHN HAKIMIAN Commercial Dept. Math. Dept. Math. Dept. Music Dept. English Dept. Social Studies Science Dept. Math. Dept. Math. Dept. Science Dept. mbers of the faculty are exemplifying the spirit of Emerson by serving in the armed forces of our nation in all corners of the globe. ' Hunuruhly Discharged Dept. JOHN BLISS JOHN BURNS . S. Army U. S. Coast Guard . S. Army U. S. Army . S. Army . S. Army . S. Army . S. Army . S. Army U. S. Army Charlotte Abbott James Acinapura Ceorgiana Angiulli Commercial Mathematics and Counsellor Language Joseph Cahill Language Home Economies Bernice Campen 2 I ay Chrust Elso Chioccs Social Studies Science Department Head 1 'Q V- - . ,R ' -. .- .1- A - Nathan Devine Emma Dolder Social Studies Language Cora Flood Helen Frieman Mathematics Social Studies krkf., , ., K I ' ' so 'H se., F v -- I i..., 'Y .. so A : ' 5931 ' d o t Y 1 - . ' Caroline Gilberti Louise Harm Science and Counsellor Mathematics George Campen Mathematics Meta Corson Physical Education John Drake Mathematics Department Head Edna Froelich English Frances Gallagher Industrial Arts 135' David Armstrong .losephine Bazewick English Horace Boutelle Comm ereial Science Department Head Fa Lim,m Cudgff Florence Cattadoris English Music Q. ' ,1 - Lillian Davidson A. Carl DeCennaru Irma De Silva English Science Language i 'fe ,, I Q 6 xr Arthur Duhin Thomas Eckert Emma Ehrenberg Science Physical Education Fine Arts Paul Froelieh Commercial Department Head Howard' Hillas English Denartmenl Head .lohn Carbarini Ruth Gifford Science English Hedwig Hunsdorier Frank Korbett Health Mathematica 4 4 b W lf- ' ' A if in Q ui , 'Na s Q, f . Anna Kugler M. John Lacchia Language Som-ial Studies ulty Rose Najarlan Miriam O'Connell Commercial Commercial I Axe Mary Roberge William Salz English Commerrial Q .lenny Stefansln Anne Steffens Srlenee Malhematirs and Counsellor .lane Verdon Ethel Walsh Social Studies Counselor William Larsen Anna Lloyd lnduslrial Arts Social Studies Marjorie Mouncey English Armen Malossian Science Anna Piana Loris Raimondi Language Industrial Arts u E L S . X '29 Kr George Manfredi Commercial Wlnifred Meyer Language Minnie Ritlgers English Sidney Mandelkem English Lena Musumecl Language Emma Rlvelll Social Studies i 1 ,Q ,Q f?5v.2"' I 'I' ll if ' 4 L J . "U so Gertrude Savory Elizabeth Schmidt I nun Z Edna Sinclair Social Studies Language Mathematica Department Head a 4 ff M S f ,YQ 2 . Herbert Stiskin Glenn Slough Gladys Tozier Mari orle Turner Science Commercial Librarian Commercial and Counsellor Y X 1,-' 5 Flnu-lla Wilzig Adele Bunting Katherine Byrne Elllfl Ahxllldfl' Scienre Office Office Offifc 45- 91- of .9 EDITORIAL ADVISER AND EDITORS Bella Wfeiss, Associate Editor, Mrs. Anna Lloyd, Adviserg Charles Juechter, Editor-in-Chief: Doris Crandelis, Associate Editor. LITERARY EDITOR AND STAFF CAPTION STAFF Sitting: Marion Dickerson: Kenneth Leven- Sitting: Eugenia La Porta, Donald Bomma, stein, Editor: Harriet Reid. Lillian Sobers. Standing: Doris Fletcher: Richard Appiccig Standing: Shirley East, Rosemary Hanna, Jean 1' 1 ri nz, P " -" " - - iii ikrrir Q 1 X l FEATURE STAFF ART EDITOR AND STAFF SPORTS EDITOR itting: Harriet Castrucci. Corinne Burke. Doris Sitting: Sarah Rosen: Murry Davidson, Editor: Michael De Riso Filiputti. Margaret Van Pelt. Standing: Richard DeIPrete. Jack Antonoff. Standing: Ruth Bernhard. l , , SERVICE EDITORS L. -- .--. 1 'nr f I'.1-..,L,. -'Lf 'bf 50+ skoll 55 N" BUSINESS ADVISER AND MANAGER Mr. Frank Korlrett, Aflviserg Annu Kelly. Manager. ....gO,: HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES TYPISTS Matilda Gonvzi. ,loyvv Wort. Marie Rumi. Sitting: IBONI lalvllvssi. Lucy Froonjian Standing: Mary Gurzllrediun, Gloria Affsa Marie Rumi. -K Tv s LA ADVERTISING MANAGERS PICTURE EDITOR Gloria: Tormey, Josephine Tomasini. Evelyn Koller If -'N CLUB EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR f? 1 ilu illlvmnriam Arthur Simoni REFLECTIONS I, myself, through battle saw God, But only after I had fought long and hard, The sun shone bright thru the cold and mistg Q And His breath warmed me like my Mother's I spoke with God from my Fox-hole For it was then, He asked me for my soul. Ks you may know I am dead, Writh a dirty fox-hole for my bed, But even though God has taken me, From far above the battle, I see Just why, many like me have died for A land of freedom we shall see no more. kiss. Never again to see my dear old home, For now in Eternity I must roam. Never again to see my friends, I have reached the time when friendships end, Never again to see the smiling face I love, For she is in a world below and I above. And as the darkness draws near, I have a thought of, sensitive fear For one of my Buddies, I loved so well. God judged him a coward and cast him into Hell "Please forgive his soul DEAR GOD," I cried, But God replied, 5'For his own safety you have died.' Although on foreign soil, I lay slain I know I have not sacrificed in vain For wl1en this great ordeal is past, You must fight for a peace to last So your Sons and their Sons need never to fight For a peace enshrined in liberty and light. 14 MICHAEL DE Rlso 9 4 ,-r .1-Y. . Alfred Abramo Gloria M. Affsa -Ferdinand Alfano Nicholas V. Amodio "Al" . . . Witty, livelv, so- "Tex" . . . Wfitty, loveable. "Freddie" . . . Prankster, "Nick" . . . Tall, timid and viable , , , Ralph , , , Draw- "problem child of 2113" . . . obliging, good-natured . . . teasing . . . Clutch . . . Base- ing , , , Fggrbgll fan , , , Dotty . . .Gags . . . Douzaian John . . . Euclid Club . . . ball and Football fan . . . Spanish Class . . . Aeronau- - - - Wesley' - - - SlCF10 Club DHIl0il1g - - - Slilmp Collect- Harry .lames . . . Business. tical Designer, . . . Swimming . . . Dancing ing . . . Peter l.orre . . . . . . Weehawken . . . Secre- U. S. Coast Guard. tary. ,lack Antonoff Sam Bello 6',lackie" . . . Funster. frank, Richard D, Appicci Rgbert B31-bel-a sociable . . . Murry . . . uSam". ..Polite, jovial, and Pres. of History Forum . . . iiRichy" . . . Studious. trust- 5'Bob" . . . Athletic, popular. nice to know . . . .lack . . . Service Club . . . Copains worfhy. friendly . . . Kenny versatile . . . Artie . . . Joe Vice-Pres. Chess Club . . . . . . Tennis Team . . . Pegged . . . Projectionist . . . Basket- . . . Pres. of Varsity E . . . YO-Yo Club . . . Football pants . . . Jokes . . . HWhat ball... Drawing . . . Vaughn Senior Council . . . Sports fan . . . Records . . . Swim- are you doing tonite, Babe?" Monroe . . . Medicine . . . . . . Football Team . . . Bas- ming . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . Commentator. Radio. ketball Team . . . U. S. Navy. . . . US. Navy. i 16 17 Margaret llorothy liz-nning "llon4'y" . . . ll0llllllill't'lIl. swa-1-I, nlo4l4-st . . . liolr . , , CIIIIIPYSI lllnh . . . llasketlrall . . . Roller Skating . , . Swimming . . . Movie Fan . . . Art . . . llra-ss Designer. Frullvvs Caroline Boggi "l"ran,, . . . llleasant. lang- uid, quirk grin . . . Tri-lli-Y . . . llanving . . . Glenn Mil- ler . . . Theater. .nil liuth Bvrnharal Enzo T. Hianehi Rudolph Blissnvr uliltlllieii . . . Polite. quiet. "l"lnzo', . . . lfrientlly. good- "Bliss" . . . Husky. happy-go- petite . . . Mivkvy . . . Art looking. well-likecl . . . Joe luvky. avtive . . . Varsity E Lluh . . . Swinnning.: . . . and Jerry . . . Junior l'oli1-e . . , Football Team . . . M0- Ulq-nn Miller . . . llesigner. . . . Senior Council . . . torvyt-le riding . . . Sport Yankees . . . Bowling . . Shirts . . . Engineering. llasehall . . . Journalist. llc-lmuth Frccl Bolmon Donald Bomma Joseph J. Bonito "l"rQ-tl" . . . Efhcient, sim-ere, "Don" . . . llelpful. cleter- "Joe" . . . Tall. likeable. gootl-natured . . . Alphonse mined. polite . . . Boh . . . ainhitious . . . Enzo and . . . Collevts records . . . Scienve llluh . . . Altruist Jerry . . . Choir . . . Junior Basketball . . . Plays trum- . . . NSilllt'l'glCS,, . . . Danv- Police . . . Swimming . . . pet . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . ing . . . llaskethall . . . Glen Jimmy Dorsey . . . Mel Ott Musirian. Miller . . . Am-ounlant. . . . Machinist. ff ll ll William Bossart Arlette Lorcli "Bill" . . . Strong, silent Brcnniser 1 , l't 1 . . . ., ,, . . .555 S53:,fs'Pi'.y..11.z's Cl... 03,3555 - . . . National Honor Society ' gt P0 I ' lb my S . . C . Forum . . . Reading . . . . . . wimmmg . . . ampmg . V . W . . . . Skating . . . Bowling . . . . . . orklng . . . Millionaire. P . Q rlvate Secretal y. Fred Budig Rita Buongiorno "Tilden" . . . Well-dressed, "Smitty" . . . Gracious, quiet, affable, casual . . . Science pleasant . . . Eliett . . . Har- Club . . . Tennis Team . . . riet . . . Movies . . . Dancing Records . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . Basketball . . . Glenn . . . U. S. Army. Miller . . . Secretary. Corinne C. Burke Lucille Bussanich "Duchess" . . . Vivacious, "Sweeney" . . . Independent, athletic, jitterbug . . . Mari- obliging, friendly . . . Don on and Duke . . . Vice-Pres. , . , Art Club . . , Swimming History Forum . Altruist . . . Mr. Hillas . . . Italian , , . Cheerleader Co-Captain Foods . . . Steclfs . . . Artist. . . . Frank Sinatra . . . Horse- back riding . . . Secretary. Vincent J. Calienni George M. Calza "Jimmy" . . . Serious, care- "Lefty" . . . Mischievous, free, jitterbug . . . Football frolicsome, carefree . . . Pro- . . . Track . . . Varsity E jectionist . . . Piano . . . . . . Eagle Scout . . . Girls Basketball . . . Baseball . . . . . . Skating . . . Dancing . .. Piano Professor. Sinatra . . . Shaw . . . Busi- ness. 18 Joseph Carugati Frances Castro "Joe" . . . Versatile, well- i5l'l!'illllilCn . . . Friendly. liked, happy-go-lucky . . . smart dresser., gay . . . ulleew l'at . . . llistory Forum . . . . - Tri-Hi-Y - - - Ullvifl Rose llasketfhall Team . . . llanv- . . . Music . . . Vanilla Sodas ing . . . Records . . . lee . . . Senior Chorus . . . Busi- Cream .... Io Stafford . . ness. ll.S. Navy. Harriet A. Castrueei Yola Ccria "Cast" . . . Cute, popular. "Yolie" . . . industrious. willy . . . Ro . . . Service giflell, musical . . . "Dolly" Club . . . Tri-lli-Y . . . Sen- . . . All State Chorus . . . ior Council . . . llorsehack Sfffiy of Clltlir . . . Service riding . . . Candy . , . Club . . . Clee Club . . . "Ste4'll's" . . . Business. Dam-ing . . . Piano . . . Mu- sic Teacher. Patsy Ccsaro Anthony Clemente "Pat" . . . Good-sport. lttipll- "Tony" . . . Affable, talented, lar, humorous . . . Joe . . . ambitious . . . John . . . Carden Cluh . . . Basketball Choir . . . Music . . . Piano Manager . . . Records . . . . . . Sports . . . College. Dancing . . . ,lo Stafford . . . Glenn Milla-r . . . Business. Paul D. Cohen Elido Coira "Paul" . . . Polite, reserved, "El" . . . Tall. dark. and ambitious . . . Rudy . . . handsome . . , Modest . . . Safety Patrol . . . Sports Fan Quiet . . . Eddie. Roger and . . . Music . . . Camping . . . Knobby . . . History Forum Bicycling . . . Accountant. . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . Merchant Marine. I9 Carmine D'Amico "Sonny" . . . Slick, "sharp" "Phil" . . . Fun-loving, sin- dresser, smiling . . . Camera cere, calm . . . Marie . . . Club . . . Gym Team . . . Chubby . . . Vice-Pres. of Swimming . . . Athletics . . . Italian Club . . . Service Club Photography . . . Engineer. Murry Davidson "Murry" . . . Blonde, witty, talented . . . Wing collars . . . Knitted ties . . . Jack and Kenny . . . History For- um . . . Altruist . . . Art Editor . . . Copains . . . Car- toons . . . Track . . . Lana . . . Commercial Advertiser. R. Marie Colombo . . . Dancing . . . Cadet Nurse Joan Cotter talkative . . . Margaret . . Pan American Club . . Swimming . . . Dancing . . tures . . . Nurse. "Joanie" . . . Lively, neat, Skating . . . Collecting pic- Dolores Coskey "Marie" . . . Ambitious, sin- "Dee" . . . Progressive, neat, cere, dependable . . . Jean charming . . . Frankie . . . Lu . . . Marie . . . Miss Green eyes . . . Tri-Hi-Y Walsh . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . . . . "The Voice" . . . Har- Service Club . . . Altruist old . . . Secretary. Arthur Crovatto "Artie" . . . Ambitious, ver- satile, sincere . . . Bob . . . Capable Pres. of Senior Class, of German Club, and of National Honor Society . . . Altruist . . . Noon Hour Committee . . . Doct'or. Phyllis Dato . . . Skating . . . Horseback riding . . . Always collecting money . . . Business. Louise M. De Leo 'Lou" . . . Tall, conservative, independent . . . Anneliese . . . Knitting for the Red Cross . . . Clark Cable . . . Secretary at Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. f if Hi li Lucy De Leo "Sonny" . . . Lively, helpful, ambitious . . . Frank . . . Joe . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Service Club . . . Dancing . . . Swim- ming . . . Richard Jackel . . . Nurse. Anthony Dc Martino "Pots-h" . . . Amiable, deter- mined but reserved . . . Bas- ketxlmll Team . . . Dancing . . . Records . . . Glenn Miller . . . U. S. Navy. Richard Del Prete "Dick" . . . Vim, vigor and vitality . . . Lusty . . . His- tory Forum . . . Music . . . Writes lyrics . . . Jalopy . . . Navy . . . Medical Held. Ann Louise De Nicola "Annie" . . . Cheerful smile, twinkling eyes, winning way . . . Lucy, Dot and Jo . . . Steno Club . . . Chief Corres. Sec. of Altruist . . . Music . . . Bowling . . . Swimming . . . Sports . . . Private Sec- retary 21 Robert J. Dennllardt Catherine M. Denzel uB0b,, - - - C0miC2ll, idle- "Peanuts" . . . Small, mild, chatter, "eager-beaver" . . . reticent . . . Tommy . . . Helmuth . . . Parducci . . . Phil . . . Dancing . . . "Oh, Basketball - - - Airplane my nerves" . . . Absent lists Models . . . Collects records , , , Secretary- . . . Glenn Miller . . . Pilot. Michael J. De Riso Marion M. Dickerson "Mr. Dee" . . . Lackadaisical, "Mickey" . . . Helpful, gen- progressive, complacent . . . erous . . . Bobbie . . . Ger- Harry . . . Dotty . . . Science man Club . . . Music . . . Club . . . Kaydets . . . Bas- Bicycling . . . Horseback rid- ketball . . . Swimming . . . ing . . . Bowling . . . Field Glenn Miller . . . Dentist. of Music. Willianl R. Dollard ,lobn M. Douzgian "Bill" . . . Courteous, like- "Douz" . . . Witty, jolly, able, amicable . . . Herby amiable . . . Tex . . . Sgt. at . . . Archery Club . . . Foot- Arms Varsity E Club . . . ball and Baseball fan . . . Football Team . . . A.G.A.U. Dancing . . . Skating . . . . . . Armed Forces. Agriculture . . . College. Shirley E. East Dorothy A. Egizi "Sbirl" . . . Sweet, friendly, "Dot" . . . Cheerful, petite, sincere . . . Lil . . . Til . . . jitterbug . . . Tex . . . Bangs Vice-Pres of Tri-Hi-Y . . . . . . Bobby sox . . . Swim- Skating . . . Movies . . . ming . . . "Sc-hroeders" . . . Pennsylvania . . . Frank Sin- Memorial . . . Frank Sinatra atra . . . Van Johnson . . . . . . Twinkle Toes . . . Sec- Business School. retary. Eugene J. Earnest Doris L. Filiputti "Yutch', . . . Gay, blushing, "Fil" . . . Tall, lively, attrac- ever-ready . . . Gladys . . . tive . . . Audrey . . . Tri-Hi-Y Safety-Patrol . . . Service . . . Bobby sox . . . Dancing Club . . . Football and Bas- . . . Skirts and Sweaters . . . ketball fan . . . U.S. Navy. Mocassins . . . "The Voice" . . . Business. Mary Rosemary Fina Doris E. Fletcher 'gMarie" . . . Musical, indus- "Fletcb', . . . Ambitious, trious, reserved . . . Vinny reliable, agreeable . . . Mari- . . . Choir . . . Basketball lyn . . . Clem . . . Roller and Football Fan . . . Music skating . . . Collects post . . . Dancing . . . Secretary. cards . . . Bowling . . . Music . . . Secretary. 6 , Irvin I. Furman "llut1'h" . . . Glilr, industri- ous, vapalnle . . . Varsity E . . . Captain of Tennis Team . . . Guns . . . Woody llerman . . llacteriologist. Allruist . . . Photographer. Mary Carahealian John Cattanella "Cary" . . . Clleerlul. easy- L',lolmny"...W'ell-liked. will- going, intelligent . . . Steno Cluli . . . Survive tlluli . . . Altruisl . . . Dancing . . . Vuughn Monroe . . . l'er- Fan . . . ll.S.Navy. soncl Work. Arthur Ciogold Marion T. Geissler "Amie" , , , Quiel, 3-ginccre, "Malls" . . . Cute, impish, in,,l,i,-4-fl , , , ljmmltl , , , flirt . . . Corinne . . . Collins Sports lfan . . . lit't'0l'4lN . . . - - - H0TS9ll1l4'k'l'iding - - - Glenn Miller . . . College. 2, Harriet Frederick Lucy Froonjiau "Harriet" . . . Sugar and "Lu" . . . Cheerful, friendly, spice and everything nice determined . . . Service . . . Rita and Eliett . . . Van Clulr . . . Steno Club . . . Johnson . . . Danving . . . Allruist . . . Music . . . Sec- Clenn Miller . . . Cadet retary. Nurse. I U l.eo Carabedian ulilllltln . . . Jovial, vooper. alive, lackadaisiral . . . Cam- era Clulr . . . Sports fan . . . lnquiring Pliotograplier . . . ing. humorous . . . "Quiz" . . . Pres. of Italian Cluh . . . Senior Count-il . . . Sports llaslxetliall Fan . . . Corny jokes . . . Frank Sinatra . . . Housewife. 2 .v 4 1 cg 1 1 F .x Paul A. Gilbert uClutch" . . . Humorous, friendly, and capable . . . Nick . . . Kamera Club . . Football and Basketball . . Merchant Marine. Lucy Hadjian "Lu" . . . Dark, helpful, gay ...Ann,Dotand Jo... Chief Corres. Secretary of Altruist . . . Bowling . . . Swimming . . . Steno Club ...Music...Sports... Private Secretary. ilflatilda S. Gonczi uTil" . . . Neat, pretty, natur- al...Ray....leanie... Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y . . . Altruist . . . Service Club . . . Dancing . . . Swimming . . . Pleated skirts . . . Frankie . . . Harry . . . Van . . . Business School. Rosemary D. Hanna i'Ro,' . . . Brains, beauty, charm . . . Harriet . . . Vice- Pres. of National Honor So- ciety . . . Noon Hour Com- mittee . . . Food and Fun Club . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Danc- ing . . . Swimming . . . L'Stech,s', . . . Van Johnson . . . College. Gloria Goodhue Doris Grandelis A'Doris" . . . Studious, poised, cooperative . . . Harriet . . . National Honor Society . . Asst. Editor Yearbook . . . Science . . . Music . . . Clin- ical work. '5Chicky" . . . Serene, casual, carefree . . . Bobby . . . Vice-Pres. of Girlis Camera Club . . . Swimming . . . Ice- skating . . . Secretary. Herbert Harries Helen H2lVC1'SiiCk "Herby" . . . lndustrious, GKCFFH - - - Beauty. SWCCV quiet, conscientious . . . Ken- 11685, winning smile . - - Olll' ny , , , Iiiggry Fgrufn , , , OWU Belly HUIIOII . . . Jilfllile P0p's Car , , , A, B, C , , , Cheerleader Co-Captain . . . Horseback Riding . . . Ani- Collector of lipsticks . . . mal Lover . . . Veterinarian. Bookkeeper. 24 fl llc-lc-n J. llomla-rson Margarm-t Hvss ,lohn Horoskv Frank lannazzonc "llc-lon" . . , 1fompanionalrlo. i'Mi1'ke'y" . . . Talkative. Jiilllllly . . . lrish Slllilk'. gay. "Knohhy" . . . Prankster. hvlpful, merry . . . .Ioyrv . . . lrlondv. ilnpish . . . Ruthie soriahlv . . . Tony and Larry wvll-likotl. gnotl-natured . . Choir . . . Dancing . . . Swim- . . . Prvs. of Cirl's Camera . . . Mvloalim-rs . . . All State- Jack . . . El . . . History For- ming . . . llorsolrark ricling illllll . . . Sowing . . . llanr- Cllftil'...l'l00lll1lllllll1lTl'1l4'li uln . . . Collects coins . . . . . Bowling . . . C0ll4?t'ls ing . . . Drawing . . . A. A. . . . New York City Collogv Frank Sinatra . . . ILS. Navy fore-ign roins .. .Navy Nurse. Uilivv . . . Secretary. for Music . . . Ratlio Singer. l Charlvs F. ,llwt'lltvi' "Charlie" . . . Wafll-drossval. Wqyglp M4-1-Ip my-g studious. vnergc-tit' . . . .Inn- y J ior l'olit-f- . . . Allruist Edi- Anna Mario Kclly Annvliosc Koko "Wars" . . . l"vliritous. stutli- tor-in-Chic-f . . . Vive-l'ros. ous, amialrlo . . . Tux and of S1-imlrev tllulv . . . National "Kf'lly" . . . Co-gvllur. help- g'Kokv" . . . Obliging. hearty. Pepsi . . . Roatling . . . liasc- Honor Society . . . Dancing ful. happy . . . Manager of genuine . . . Louise . . . S0t"y hall Manager . . . Sports l"an . . . Stamp collecting . . . Altruist Board . . . Business of Arrhery Cluh . . . Camp- . . . Swimming . . . Theater Tommy Dorsey . . . Engin- Manager of Yearbook . . ing . . . Sports . . . llarry Operator, Q-er, llrainatim' Clulx. llahhit . . . Nurse. Eugenia J. La Porta Elizabeth M. Lasco 'aJean" . . . Tall, dark, ter- uBety" . . . Petite, package rific . . . Norma . . . Sec'y of tease . . . Evelyn . . . Cam- History Forum . . . Altruist era Club . . . Dancing . . . . . . National Honor Society Dick Haymes . . . Sports Fan . . . Dancing . . . 6'Stech's" .. . Secretary. . . . Horseback riding . . . Accountant. Evelyn Margaret Koller 6'Pepsi" . . . Blushing. well- known, energetic . . . Sonny and Rocco . . . Vice-Pres. of Food and Fun Club . . . Noon Hour Committee . . . Service Club . . . Cheerlead- er . . . Dancing . . . Photo- grapher. William Krentler "Bill" . . . Quiet, studious, reserved . . . Lueders . . . Archery Club . . . Hunting . . . Fishing . . . Swimming . . . Draftsman. Ralph Lanni HRalph" . . . Gentleman, vi- gorous, sharp dresser . . . Flo . . . Pres. of Projection- ists . . . Altruist . . . Sports Editor . . . Baseball . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . U. S. Navy. Walter Kouyoumjian "Yum-Yum" . . . Happy, ar- gumentive, pleasant . . . Gene . . . Pres. of Radio Club . . . Football and Basketball . . . Dancing . . . Army. Ralph J. Lamo uRalph" . . . Lively, sociable, nonchalant . . . Football Team . . . Swimming . . . Al . . . Drawing . . . Danc- ing . . . Aeronautical De- signer. Fred Lapnow MFL." . . . Merry, helpful, cordial . . . Varsity E . . . A.A. Office L . . Basketball and Football fan . . . Records . . . Dancing . . . Glenn Mil- ler . . . Engineer. WJ rl 4 in ff' fifw' fl 1 x 9, wg I Patricia ll. Loc 7 "Patti" . . . Likcalblc, viva- X 4-ions, pleasing smile . . . Tri-lli-Y . . . Clizlrroul llrznw- ings . . . llorscburk ritling ' . . . Howling . . . "l lJon't Wannt to Sul Tlm World on 4' book Fire" . . . Scvrutalry. . Plays rw' X7 X av! cf' Cliarlottv S. Dora I1llf'Cll0Sl l'i'fl""Nl""'ll4"' "Squit'li" . . . VVitty jovial. it . . . Bott . Su mer- l.u1'ky" . . . llnppy-go-lm-ky. 'Wger ,y ' ' l. friendly. In-lpful . . . Sluts Hmm .0f. 'Link Nan ' BHD' Triuni-Y Mum. 1-lc riding . . . Musn' . . . lumlry ' i I Slmrh Fam I l Andy Rumvll . . . f,l0l'l1':ll. Swimming . . . Acting . . Sc-1-rotary. Willianiil l.u1-tlors Jost- rbinv Nlurotta l "Bill" .... I olly. 4-llvrgctiv, "Jo" . . . l'l1-nszlnt. st-rioua, sporty . . . l'r4-fa. of Archery xwll-munncronl . . . liyllll . . . Club . . . Pliotogralpliy . . . tlirll tiurncrai Club . . . llunling . . . lflhlllllg . . . llamving . . . Tommy Dorsey Swimming . . . Me-1-liunivul . . . Sm-rotary. l'lm,git1cul'. Bill'- Alpllonsc F. Martinclli Alllllllilfy xlilyl'l' "Nickels" . . . Retircnt, mus- i'l'lI'Zlllliil'l, . . . S0l'l1Iltll'. bup- irall, conservative . . . Bob py. annbitionf . . . llolty . . . . . . I,Zll'dlltYCi , , , Service Senior Tri-lli-X . . . llillltillg Club . . . Trnrk . . . Collects . . . Skating . . . llfihtillg . . . records . . . Kayclets . . . Nursv. Glenn Miller , . . Owner of Record Shop. Ruth Miller Rudy Molinia "Ruthie" . . . Shy, sincere, "Rudy" . . . Well-mannered, reliable . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . ambitious, afiable . . . Safety Service Club . . . Sewing Patrol . . . Girls . . . Bow . . . Swimming . . . Interior Ties . . . Sports Fan . . . Decorating. Driving . . . Pharmacist. Edward Molinari Kenneth Monti 'gRed" . . . Jovial, polite, 'LKenny" . . . Amiable, well- good sport . . . Elido and mannered, clever . . . Harriet Potch . . . Food . . . Driving . . . Richie . . . Vice-Pres. "p0p's" car . . . Sports . . . of Band . . . Baseball . . . Business. Drums . . . Model Airplanes . . . Music . . . Harry James 98 . . . Radio Technician. John McCabe Robert McClung 'slat-ki, . . . Quiet, courteous. "Bob" . . . Popular, athletic, helpful. friendly . . . Al . . . pleasing personality . . . Ralph . . . Basketball . . . Mark . . . Vice-Pres. of Noon Baseball . . . Sports Fan . . . Hour Committee . . . Foot- Engineer. ball Team . . . Co-Capt. of Baseball Team . . . Dancing . . . Basketball . . . Engineer. Ruth J. Mcntrasti Warren R. Mendes MBaby" . . . Always happy, "Moo-Moo" . . . Friendly, pretty, sweet . . . Vic . . . quiet, helpful . . .Gym Team History Forum . . . .lo Staf- . . . Sports fan . . . Dancing ford's Rival . . . Dancing . . . . . . Movies . . . U. S. Navy. Cadet Nurse. Maric Morcllo Raymond K. Morton "Junior" . . . l'rompl. deter- L'Rav" . . . Massive. well- lllilll'll, inquisitive . . . Mike liked, drowsy . . . Capt. of . . . Hill . . . 'l'ri-Ili-Y . . . Basketball Team . . . Arch- Service Illuh . . . Hooks . . . ery clnh . . . Baseball Team Dancing . . . lfoothall l"an . . . Varsity E Cluh . . . Bowl- . . . Secrctary. ing . . . Buainess. Marilyn C. Moscr Rudolph L. Moser "Dolly" . . . Plcasant. quick "Rudy" . . . Placid serenity, hlllllli conrlconf . . . Doris companionahle . . . Sam . . . . . . lfre-nch Clnh . . . Roller lfoothall Team . . . Hockey skating . . . Music . . . llanc- . . . llaskelhall . . . U.S. ing . . . Secrclary. Navy. xo of .' y,l ,s, Eugenie Mae Naters "Jean" . . . Dreamy, cooper- ative, coy . . . Marie . . . Mr. Cartwrighfs right hand girl . . . Corresponding with Servicemen . . . Cadet Nurse. Mary C. Pascali 'gPeanut" . . . Quiet. cordial. conservative . . . Joan . . . Camera Cluh . . . Dancing . . . Frank Sinatra . . . School Teacher. James 0'Hare ii.lilnniy" . . . Casual, non- chalant. devil-may-care inan- ner . . . Roger . . . Sports fan . . . Teasing . . . Girls . . . U. S. Navy. Phyllis M. Pastore "Phil" . . . Gay. sociable. chatterbox . . . Catherine and Mike . . . Dancing . . . Movies . . . Talking . . . Nurse. I 1 ,lean R. Pcga Sal T. Perrone "Jeanie" . . . Wittiiing per- "Sal', . . . quiet. studious. sonality. agile, popular. . . ambitious . . . Phil . . . "Til" . . . Tex . . . Lt. Service Fairview . . . Football and Club . . . Pres. Food and Baseball Tennis . . . Parties Fun Club . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . . . . Swimming . . . Elec- National Honor Society . . . trician. Dancing . . . Swimming . . . Bowling . . . Plaid skirts Lon McAllister . . . Account- ant. x Walter B. Petermann "Walter" . . . Quiet, pleasant, studious . . . Vice-Pres. Ar- chery Club . . . Sports . . . Music . . . Piano . . . Busi- ness. Ferdinand Prospcro "Sonny',-"Pros" . . . Smooth dancer, polite, dapper . . . Pepsi . . . Pres. Noon Hour Committee . . . Basketball Team . . . Varsity E . . . Pegged pants . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . US. Navy. I . 2 Y v A . il' s , 4 . . 'A' 7 ' Jr' fl T Norma Ra asco "Norm" . . . Peppy, pleasing, pretty . . . Bob and .lean . . . Cheerleader . . . Noon Hour Committee . . . Circulation Mgr. of Altruist . . . Horse- back riding . . . Swimming . . . "Stech's" . . . Secretary. Evelyn M. Platoni "Lynn', . . . Considerate, felicitous. casual . . . Chickie . . . Sec'y of Girls' Camera Club . . . Dancing . . . Glenn Miller . . . Secretary. Dorothy Quinn "Little .loeu .... A durable, lively, poised . . . Ann . . . Secretary Steno Club . Dancing . . . Eating . Secretary. W'esley Reed "Wes" . . . Musical. funster. talented . . . Pres. of Band . . . Vice-Pres. German Club . . . Orchestra . . . All Music . . . Draftsman llzlrrivt lim-i1l Dorothy lf. Rvinlmrxl "Bunny" . . . Slmlioux. good- "Dolly" . . . lilllhlllllg. sum-I. naliurwl. 1-fiivivnl . . . Doris llillllfill . . . Yoln . . . Sc'l"y National llonor Socivly . . . of Tri-lli-Y . . . Dancing . . . Truualiror of Senior lllun Se'1'rolnry. . . . Altruis-I . . . Drawing . . Svielivc Tuna-Ilur. lrla Sarah Ro:-urn Mario l. Rumi u'l'lilI'1lllN . . . 'I'ulmnml. ru- "Marie" . . . Guy. friendly. B-nl?l'VI'1l., vfliviulll . . . llurvuy likuuirlv . . . lil. of Svrvivv . . . Arla llllll Cruflx fllulr . . . lllulr . . . Prof. of Tri-ili-Y Drawing . . . Pe-rry lliblllll . . . . . . l,1llll'illg . . . Swimming llouiniurriul Arlir-I. . . . Sevrclury. lfrunk Svurufilo lfllizuln-Ili Sl'lllllilll ul'll'1llllilCv . . . l'opulau'. ulln- Milf-IIy" . . . quin-I. llllllQ' luliv, llli51'lll1'V0llH . ..5Q'll'Al1,Z lnlonelc' . . . ll0l'll . . . Hvurl . . . Vifl'-l,l'l'h. of Xznwily li 'l'1'q-ansiiwl' of Bunk Stuff . . . . . . Noun Nour li0llIlllllll'C' Rollvl' Sliilllllfl, . . . Swim- . . . I'I'l'a. of lll'IIlI'1llN . . . ming .... i Xmly Rusaell . . . lfoollmll llo-Captain . . . Bookkeeper. D lllfologrupliy . . . ffliurlia- Spivuk . . . lufunlry. IH Gloria Rogan "Dimples" . . . l.oquucio11s. lively. determined . . . Cookie . . . Fran . . . Pliologmpliy . . . Ire Skating . . . Dancing Van Johnson . . . Business. liogvr lil'll'll "Dirk" . . . llllSl'lllt'Y0llS. so- riulrlc. ale-lcrniim-ml .... lim . . . Capt. of S4-rvicv Club . . . lfoollrzlll . . . Ftznnp 1-ollvvling . . . 'l'onuuy Dor- svy . . . l. 5. Navy. .Nj Eddy W. Schuster Lawrence A. Sehwartz ,lack Shareshian Lillian Sobers "Eddie" . . . Fun-loving, de- "Larry" . . . Peppy. lanky, n.lavkie"' . . . Carefree, mis- "Lil', . . . Small, sweet. smil honair, good-natured . . . jovial . . . Pres. of Chess rhievous. companionable . . . ing . . . Paul , . . Shirley . . Duke . . . Cordes and George Club . . . Yo-Yo Club . . . Knobby . . . National Honor Tri-Hi-Y . . . Bank Staff . . . . . Radio Club . . . Base- Baseball . . . Glenn Miller Soriety . . . Sc-orekeeper . . . Skating . . . Swimming . . ball Team . . . Basketball . . . 'tAbsent-minded proles- History Forum . . . Frank Pretty Clothes . . . Secretary Sir Gallzlllads . . . B0wliHg sor" . . . Make-Believe Ball- Sinatra . . . U.S. Navy. . . . Swimming - - - ClCl1H room . . . Sorial Studies. Miller . . . Machinists Mate. Nicholas J. Squicciarini "Squir-ci" . . . Happy-gm lucky, friendly, chic . . . Pres. of Euclid Club . . . Dancing . . . Pleasure driv- ing . . . Sharp ties . . . Glenn Miller . . . U. S. Navy Gerald Louis Gloria Staloff Thielemann Eliett Tognetti g'Gee-Gee', . . . Amirable, "Jerry" . . . Quiet, humor- "Lottie,' . . .Pleasant, charm chatty, jovial . . . Shirley and ous, mischievous . . . Enzo ing, sim-ere . . . Johnny . . Rhoda . . . Dramatic Club . . . Joe . . . Junior Police Set-'y of Italian Club . . . . . Basketball fan . . . Dane- . . . Service Club . . . Base- National Honor Society . . ing . . . Paul Allen . . . Col- ball . . . Giants . . . Account- Robert Walker . . . Private lege. ant. Secretary. ,loscphine 'll0lltLlSlIll "Jo" . . . Poised, sincere. re- liable . . . Circulation Man- agur of Allruist . . . Vice-Pres. ol Steno Club . . . Sec'y of National Honor Society . . . Dancing . . . Swimming . . . Secretary. Bella Weiss "Hella" . . . Genuine Friend, talented leader, likeable per- sonality . . . Slate Varsity debater . . . American l.egion contest winner . . . l.atin Club . . . Treas. ol National llonor Society . . . Cap't. of Service Club . . . Allruist . . . Raw Vegetables . . . College. Gloria B. 'l'orm0y g'Clo" . . . Pretty, denlure, amiable . . . Helen . . . Treas. of llistory Forum . . . Circulation Mgr. of Altruist . . . Art . . . Swimming . . . Business. .loycc K. W'crt floyce" . . . Courteous, l'0Ilt- panionable. helpful . . . Chicky and Helen . . . Tri- Hi-Y . . . Dancing . . . Swim- ming . . . Glenn Miller . . Business School. ,Q X a t M ' Margaret Anna Van Pclt "Peggy" . . . Clever, talented. pleasant . . . Twsirliug . . . Music . . . Drawing . . . Art School . . . Commercial Artist. Dorothy .lean Ziclinski g'Dottie" . . . Lovely clothes. forever smiling. trim figure . . . Cheerleader . . . Class Sec'y . . . Pres. ot' Steno Club Circulation Manager of Al- truist . . . Swimming . . . Dancing . . . Secretary. Paul Van Stccnberghe "Van" . . . Casual. amiable. athletic . . . Lillian . . . Ham- burgers . . . Sec'y of Varsity E . . . Football Team . . . Swimming . . . Basketball . . . U.S. Navy. Michacl La Rosa "Mike" . . . Jovial, amicable, well-known . . . Jack and Dom . . . Service Club . . . Bowling . . . Swimming . . . Harry James . . . Playboy. V Z -V K V .V 53521 sk'-fa :X E i 1 it if fy i it 42, !! Q x LITEHHTURE X Q31 f fff? X kk Zh 3' Wfff Q Nfl' Class History THE last echo of departing footsteps had died away and all was quiet in the halls of Emerson High School. No sound broke upon the solitude or so it seemed to the hurrying straggler whose thoughts dwelt upon the approaching weekend. Suddenly the tinkling of the corridor fountain fell upon his ear. The soft splashing continued and as the student paused, these musical words floated to him. '4Oh dear. Another class is saying goodby. June Class of '45, your four years are soon over. Time is so short." "Yes, time is short," the walls voiced reply. '3Why only yesterday they drifted in a straggling bunch of unrefined, unintelligent, sleepy looking indi- viduals. Wvhy they even . . ." The silver toned fountain intervened. 'ilust a minute, my dear. 'Tis true, freshmen are often dillicult to handle but with all their faults, though numerous enough, even I could see they had the real bulldog spirit." "Maybe you're right but when they became sophomores. they really made me quake. I don't think they knew how to tell time then according to the size of the laterooms they had, and the way they tore through here made me weak." 6'Don't he so harsh. That was just their initiative coming to the surface." 'alnitiative you say?" "No comments. It was at this time they began to assert themselves in var- ious ways. The basketball and football teams saw many possibilities, others took to speaking, singing, dancing, organizing, and everyone was carrying his individual personality in Emerson's hall of Fame. "They were carving on the desks, too." 'alunior year was truly the turning point," continued the fountain, obliv- iously. 6'Why, everyone was busy! Remember those club periods, assembly pro- grams, the Altruist room, anticipation of evaluation and the first Junior Prom in several years?,' NI seem to recall it," the walls murmured. 6'Seniors at last," the water trickled thoughtfully. "They worked hard on the Senior Play, elections, yearbook, sometimes homework, too. Graduation. The Farewell Dance and then-goodbye. They are deeply indebted to the Board of Education, Mr. Maney, Mr. Cartwright and all those splendid teachers who have prepared them for, perhaps, a better world to come." 4 As the musical words diminish, the students-we-June class of '45, bid farewell to Emerson. HARRIET REID 36 Class 1 Out of the mist into the night Steps our future, shining and bright, It is the 1950's and I clearly see The years have passed progressively. We, the Graduates of "4-5" As failures or successes are classified. There's Ruth and there's Shirley, Charlie, Artie and Lou, Read on further and I shall tell you of a few Who have made the grade in our HWho's Who." 2 Among the nurses amateursand pro, Is faithful and true Marie Colombo. Sweet Ruth Mentrasti is on tops too And not far behind is De Leo, Lu. Dot Egizi is a designer of the world's finest dresses While Corinne, a model, keeps busy the presses. Marilyn Moser, a career dominates, Her title "Head Manager" she justly rates. Dot Grandelis, science has conquered, She's helping to cure diseases unwanted. And a farmer's wife is Fletcher, Dot, You should see her at her garden plot. Dora Lucchesi is radio's favorite girl, Her singing sends listeners into a whirl. Horoske and Clemente have Sinatra beat, They're finally singing for the social elite. An executive smart is Ralph Lamo With four pretty secretaries all in a row. Thcre's Shirley East and Dot Zielinsky, Gloria Affsa and Harriet Castrucci. They take dictation all the day Predictions And thus the minutes pass away. Mike La Rosa, a millionaire, rich and steady, Owes his wealth to his famous spaghetti, A foreign correspondent is Squicciarini, Nick Fair or stormy, he's in the thick. And Arthur Crovatto, a doctor will be If he keeps up his studies diligently. An agriculturist, renowned, is Dollard Bill, He is much determined and full of will. Rudy Moser is the best in mechanics, He fixes machines with his own little tricks. Charles Juechter is an engineer skilled, His success he earned, it was not willed. Blissner Rudolph is a G-Man slick, A cop the gangsters never lick. .I ack Antonoff is a universal comedian Who can be heard each Tuesday evening. The Giants have Gerald Thielemann As their dependable left fieldman. A football hero, widely known Is our friendly Sal Perrone. And good old Morton Ray ls the basketball hero of the day, With De Martino and Prospero Fred, He has the national title, lead. 3 As I revealed name by name Did you notice how they came to fame? How each, some talent did pursue, Until his dream really came true? Then remember that what I say here Will come to pass, year by year. Until at last, at our goals we arrive, We, the Graduates of H4-S". Your class fortune-teller, ARLETTE BRENNISER 37 UN ITY-WATCHWORD FOR PEACE IT is inevitable that we the students of today, entering upon a new threshold of life will be the leaders, the citizens and the voters of tomorrow. See- ing that we are educated properly in order to carry out our obligation to the world as citizens, has been the duty of our teachers. But the job of carrying out these duties, completely rests upon our shoulders. We are yet in the formative years of our life. We are forming opinions, getting ideas, developing our mind and bodies. We must, though, at all time keep a broad mind and be unbiased in our opinion. At the very time of this writing, history is being made by the great leaders of the world. What they decide at their conferences may not effect us today while yet students, but surely will have a definite bearing on the shaping of the destiny of the world in our future. It may be difficult for us to accustom ourselves to new world and domestic organizations but we must be willing to accept these systems for the common good. To repeat the mistakes of the last war would be catastrophic. Isolation is outmoded and we have learned that only through complete co-operation with the world will we he able to reconvert ourselves into a thriving peace time nation. It is our duty then, as we enter upon the doorstep of a new world to reaf- firm and to rededicate ourselves to seeing that unity among ourselves and our allies be the 'watchword of our future lives. KENNETH' LEVENSTEIN lf0GY.Q TOMORROW Tomorrow, there will come a dawn, That tomorrow is just ahead, Our battle weary boys will come home, But not their comrades, dead. Their comrades lie now far away, On the torn battleiields, They will not see the dawn to come, Nor what the tomorrow will yield. But whate'er the results, The peace will bring, Our boys in heaven Are sure of one thing- They did not give their lives That we should mourn, They gave their lives instead To bring nearer the dawn. This dawn which will rise On a lasting peace, This HTomorrow" when all the wars Will cease. MARIAN DICKERSON 38 THE DAZEOF A SENIOR B "Get up!" your mother's voice cries out But you in bed just turn about, The hands upon the clock turn too 'Twill be detention now for you. You hurriedly wash your face in your clothes You hinder yourself--even trip on your toes, At last with a dash you're out of the gate You fly around the corner-no good-youire too late. Ah, well-into history-the class will begin "Good Morning!" the teacher with cheery wide grin Says "Answer the question, there's no time to lose." fYou've not even time to squirm out by a ruse.J And so it continues through English and lab. "They dig up hard questions," you grouchily crab Knowing full well if 'twere done' but last night The load lying on you would be much more light. At last rings the lunch bell you pummel your way Through hallways well-crowded fAn exceptional dayl. On line you will stand and wait for your lunch Then on one last cookie you hastly crunch Before running downstairs to a spacious gym 'Ere the fine music may start for beginj Bells again--up the stairs-seconds remain, Hurry before you are marked late again. Now to get started to fifth period class Then into the study hall happily you pass. Service Club members all the while chant "Step Along-mKeep Moving" l,lVIy, how they rantlj Now in the study you peacefully sit Open that textbook and study it! Finally 'tis over one period more Oh this class is easy--why almost a bore! Wrhatl A surprise test! You frown with dismay ls that the right manner to finish a day? Three-seventeen! What a heavenly time. A sent'ment pervades you, a feeling benign. "Four years 're not enough I wish there were more,', And with this short eulogy You scoot out the door. BELLA WEISS CXQQZW AIR WAVE ANTICS Last night after supper, I sat down to rest And figured I'd listen to The program I liked best. I turned on the radio And what did I hear? A noise like a siren That shot through my ear. Ah! Now I hear the announcer His voice sounds so funny, He's asking us listeners If we need any money. By the time he is through The programis half done, But finally it's started With a shot from a gun. A loud scream is heard, A detective appears, He looks at the body And suspiciously sneers. "The culprit is with us, Right here in this room And he is none other than . . . Then comes a loud boom. It never, ever seems to fail When the murderer is to be named- The tubes inside of the radio Rebel with a noise like a train. But wait! The noise is dying out, I still may hear the end, A voice is saying loud and clear, g'Do you need money, my friend?" Now my radio was a small one, The window was wide open, And my patience was exhausted- Now-do you think I'm jokin? RICHARD Avmccl EMERSON HIT PARADE I Dream of You .... Take It Easy ......., It Had To Be You ...,. Iill Wlalk Alone ..,.............. I'm Making Believe ..,,........... And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine, . . Don't Fence Me In .............., Long Ago And Far Away ........ This Love of Mine ,............. You're Easy To Dance With ....... I'm Beginning to See The Light ,.... There Goes That Song Again ...... Till Then ........,............. I'll Be Seeing You ....,..... Bell Bottom Trousers .... Good Deal ...,........ Half Way To Heaven .... Is It Too Late Now ..., Pages of Memories ,,................ Who'll Take Our Place ...........,.. I Was Taken For A Sleighride In July ........, What A Sweet Surprise .............. Time Waits For No One ..... Strictly Instrumental ...... Thanks For The Memory .... Fools Rush In ............. When Shadows Fall ......... Accent tu Ate the Positive ..... Japanese Sandman .......... ,luke Box Saturday Night .... When They Ask About You ......... Together .......,................... How Many Hearts Have You Broken. . The Very Thought of You ........,.. Lets Take The Long Way Home .,... American Patrol .......,......... Tuxedo Junction ........,....... Black Magic ....... I'm Confessing ,...... Sunrise Serenade ...,. Trolley Song ....... Oh Marie, Oh Marie ..... Angelina ............,.... Sweet Dreams Sweetheart .... I'll Understand ............ If You Are But a Dream ..,. I Should Care ,............ Dance With a Dolly ........... Don't You Know I Care ...,...... What a Difference a Day Makes. . . Very Thought Of You .....,.... Irresistible You ,.............. Day After Forever ..... Always ............ Night and Day ..... Being a Senior . . . .Lunch Hour Rush Red slr' B. 0. ...All A's .Graduation Night .Detention Freshman Year Emerson High Dot Egizi and Fred Prospero Senior Year Alma Mater . . . .Fifty Years From Now . . . .Our First Reunion Frank Zachgo Til and Ray Senior B Girls End of Marking Period .Year Book .Senior A's Summer Romance A Getting Into High School Late Bell I i D I .'.'.Emerson Band 4 Years of High After Late Bell J une 23, 194-5 Mr. Hillas's English Classes Bob Barbera Stechman's Absentee Lillian and Paul . . . .... Dear Teachers Our Emerson After Wed. Night Dances H311 Squadron" Noon Time Dancing Emerson Defeats Union Hill To Mr. Cartwright Senior Prom Union City Trolley at 8:l5 Mike De Riso .Doodades a'Friend" When He Gets That '6Greetings Report Card . . . .Diploma 2D's On Report Noon Hour - .Mr. Maney .Night Of Graduation Diploma .Emerson High School Day After Prom 4'Emerson" Homework MICHAEL DE Rlso JEAN PEGA HARRIET CASTRUCCI EMERSON RADIO TIME Great Moments In Music ........ Can You Top This? ..... Daytime Classics .... This Life Is Mine. , . My True Story .... Guiding Light .... Road Of Life .... Playhouse .,... Take It Easy ..,.. Bright Horizon ..... Answer Man ....,, The Better Half .... Spotlight Band ,... Quiz Kids .,........ Information Please ..,. ......,...,.........EmersonOrchestra , . . . .A on Report Card . . . . .English Period . . . . .One Session . . . . Excuse for Absence .....Mr. Maney . . . . .After Graduation , . . . .Senior Play . . . . .Study Period . . . . .Graduation . . , . Mr. Cartwright . . . . .Senior B's . . . . .Emerson Band . . . . .National Honor Society . . . . .Mr. Cartwright's Oflice Tracer of Lost Persons .... .... T ruant Officer Invitation to Music .... Valiant Lady ......... Mirth and Madness ..... Just Plain Bill ........ Music For You ......... Make Believe Ballroom. . . Sing Along Club ........ . . . . Noon Hour Dancing . . . . .Miss Walsh, counselor . . . . Football Games . . . . .Bill Brenneck ' . . ..... Music Room 312 , , .... Emerson Gym . ,............. Emerson Glee Club MARX' GARABEDIAN EMERSON AND THE MOVIES For Whom the Bell Tolls. . . . . . . So Proudly We Hail ..... The Great Moment ..... Girl Rushi ......... Can't Help Singing .... A Song to Remember. . , Nothing But the Truth. . Hold Back the Dawn ..... ..... Tomorrow 'the World ..... The Uninvited ......,. Heavenly Days ...... Rookies on Parade ....,. Gone With the Wind ...,. ...,. Standing Room Only ..,.. Top Man ............. . Senior B's Emerson High School Graduation . . . . . .Bid for Senior Prom Senior Chorus Alma Mater .. ...... Caught cutting a period Morning of graduation After graduation Senior A's Our days in Emerson . . . . . .Seniors in Service High School Days At Senior Play Mr. Maney MARY GARABEDIAN 'S Mrs. Lloyd-Class Advlser RfvC'lf'R00m3 Home Room Teachers De Si'WsR00m Miss Cifford4Ro0m 203 Miss Walsh-Counsellor Mrs. Froehlich-Room 2 Senior Play N April 27 the Senior Ais and B's presented its Senior Play entitled "Spring Green." The plot was woven around a young hoy who seemed to he a proh- lcm hecausc of his hohhy of hrecding earthwornls. He hccolncs very much in- volved with his father, his girl friend and the police. But all ends well when the famous earthwornl specialist from Texas arrives and reveals that Newtonls lmlihy will solve the whole earthworln prohlelu. The play which was written hy Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements is a comedy in three acts. lt was coached hy Miss Minnie Blanche Rittgers. For six weeks the lll0lllllC1'S of the cast attended rehearsals and worked conscientiously with Miss Rittgers to make the play a success. Mr. Putnam Pinkie Ames , Dunk Doyle Bing Hotchkiss. Genevieve Jones Major Todd . . . T. Newton Todd Eula Hotchkiss THE CAST Dr. Luther. Blodgett .. , .. , .Charles .luechter . . . ,Margaret Hess . , . . ,Ralph Lamo ..Murry Davidson Lucille Bussanich Richard Del Prete . .William Dollard .Arlette Brenniser . . . .Jack Anlonoff Officer Ryan ....,.,.. .... K enneth Levenstein Nina Cassell . , .,....... Evelyn Stein Mrs. Rumhle .. ....,... Zelda Vinik Tony Cassell ,,.. .... M arilyn Tauber Scootie Cassell ..,,. . . .Denise Kuenzler 43 Pd mm A W QC Xocv dwg, O0 0 Elldo Colra Gloria Tormey Kenneth Levenstein Arletfe Brennelser CLASS ACTORS AND ACTRESS ASW Wslham Dollard Bella Weuss SCHOOL Juechfer Durorhy EQIZI Fred Prospero POPUL R Patsy Ceasaro Frank Scarafile CLASS ATHLETES Hamer Casfruccl nne Burke Eugene Erne CLA See Them MOST STUDIOUS VEN US AND APOLLO Harnes Dorothy Zielinski MOST VERSATILE Harriet Reid Rosemary Hanna CLASS WITS Arihur Crovatta Robert Barbera zrothy Rhcinhard JSHERS BEST DRESSED John Douzgian Edwin Schusier Gloria Affsa Jack Anfonoff CLASS FLIRTS .Marlon Geussler BEST PERSONALITY Evelyn Koller Doris Filiputfi CLASS MUSICIANS :hard Del Prefe Robert McCIung CLASS ARTISTS Yola Cena vurknn Sarah Rosen ational Honor Society ARTHUR CROVATTO ROSEMARY I-IANNA President Vice President 7 1 if . ff Y' Q Pk f L I I I J ' JEAN PECA YOLA CERIA JOSEPHINE TOMASINI Secretary ELIETT TOGNETTI X BELLA WEISS Treasurer EUGENIA LA P0 RTA JACK SHARESHIAN WILLIAM BOSSART CHARLES .IUECHTER NATIONAL I HONOR SOCIETY X Q HARRIET REID EL. - , X 5 .L A 31 DORIS GRANDELIS 5? J Mggjff an 73 4 kg, i ...j k F 3:w Q! X X X N FQ .N RTX' 'N ,X . CN ig if fi 1" A .A N3-:Q ffl? F3 44 w x Q f 'Q xx XA X, Altruist Editorial Lillian Davidson. Faculty Adviser Charles Juechter, Editor Kenneth Levenstein, Assistant Editor Business George Manfredi. Faculty Adviser Anna Kelly, General Manager Helen Xverrback, Dolores DeNicola Assistant Treasurers Purpose--The Altruist is the school paper which has been published bi-weekly throughout the term by the students, about the students, and for the students of Emerson High School. Aeronautie Club Williaixl Larsen. Faculty Adviser Ernest Schwab. President Raymond Mould. Vice President Patricia Kirby, Secretary Nicholas Gallipoli, Treasurer Purpose-The Aeronautic club is or- ganized to interest students in the study of all phases of neronautics. to develop skill in the construction of both flying and scale model aeroplanes. and through these activities to encourage students in the selection of a worth-while hobby. Archery Club , John Acinapura. Faculty Adviser Willizlnl Lueders. President Wztlter Petermann. Vice President Anneliese Koke. Secretary Rose Farah. Treasurer Purpose The main objective of the Archery Club is to provide healthful recreation in the use of leisure time and to develop a hobby from which one can drive enjoyment. Other purposes of the Archery Club are to promote hunt- ing interests. sportsmanship and physi- cal culture. 50 A044 -w 4 m Rf, m - X A P ,lixi ff :ff af Q: X f RY si S SN. ' 1 X ' Q F1 . N63 h . , .xf 'f 'F' f 'K fm i S y LLXT , K 3 li z , . v If f - f 'fL1 E .XQ i 'Cvlgv '1- 9 ,gg Wu, I Hu Q X Q'- Qi x 3 Ss X. gi ig sig we we Q xl 'X 1 is ,iff 'jf f 'Lf A ' 5 " fi 53, wr ja: A K2 Qi TP J. X aw fdviff 'ff tf 3x95 Q T f if h ' J if ia' wx A F sg Q IL xy X ,- is N 1 5 Q wa . . L-ofa 1 3 A 5 K, Q A drug Q 1' M , Bank Paul Froelich, Faculty Adviser Dora Lucchesi, Supervisor Betty Schmidt, Head Treasurer Ruth YYeisshaupt, Assist. Treasurer Lillian Sobers, Head Bookkeeper Purpose---The objective of Emersonis Savings Bank has been to encourage thriftiness among the students. Besides handling all deposits, the bank staff sells war savings stamps and bonds. KU? Co-Captains ' Corinne Burke Helen Haverstick ' Purgiesel-The pep and spirit of Emer- son's, cheerleaders have done much to add to the excitement of the football and bas- ketball games. In moments of victory as well as defeat, they always come through with a rousing cheer to inspire both the fans and the team. Choir Miss Florence Cattadoris, Faculty Adivset Anthony Clemente, President Remo Bernardi, Vice President Yola Ceria, Secretary Margaret Conte, Treasurer Purpose-To afford the students the opportunity to enjoy advanced part sing- ing. To acquaint the student body with choral music sung by fellow students and to develop an appreciation of this form of music. To stress good fellowship, cour- tesy and cooperation among the students. 52 r"'! ss Ill lc um If r Ku is Q I u nllv A1 vm nu llNll1 1 lQsllQ nm N , ua s ' IN mul ' I l I5 1, Ill N nov nl oppolllnl 4 Ill N1 I' WI 1 llll lt! lllll YQ ul f 1 4 us IOUINFIIIOI lil! I1 Iii' Ro woxl iw llt IIIUFIS s l 1 lrr over lnlo 4 I,I'dI1ldlll f uh af: "4 . "'n'u ly A1 v'.v' y ' . rc fit 1' nu Ke- '. " -e rmiu ef r 1' A ' Q". S -rrvlz 'y nnhl linrr-nnli. 'l'l'4-znmxw-1' Purpoaa- Thu- "Dr1nnulir Club" pro- vnh-, an :wourc-v of 1-n' ch-nl. in whuh IlilllNI'H-1 Ill ll lll"llll'llil'-K joyms-nl for the slu- '- lho flude-nl musl work ' :ly fin-hl ronm-vlml with 53 Ci1'f'l'0lliLlll Dvhuting Society Ruth M. Gifford. IIEIVIIIIQ' .Mivisvr Sillliitifti Svhor. l're-aimh-nl Willinnn liilylllllll. Yin'-l'l'vhi4h'llt Kiln Ehrxnunn. St'l'l't'ILll'y Alfrml Spiro. 'l'l'1-alflllu-1' l'nrpom- Thu- pnrpow of thi, 0l'll,illli zulion is lo promoh- gooil pnhlir sp:-nk ing on tha- pnrl oi lugln school stmh-nls Th 90 ' Q- . me-ly purtiripulvf in ilIlt'l'-Sl'il oi- npln' mivlmle-s and spvvrll contvsls through- out lhe w flute of NJ. l'ilm-rsoliizlns wo n lhv blah- l.hannpionship in dvhuling in 1 IHZ and l9l3. Again this your me won lhv vily vonlosl bll0llh0l'l'd hy tha' Alne'l'- ivan In-gion and lhird plum' in Iha' Humi- son County finals of the' MIIIH' ronlest. l'ilIll'lllN'1' inlo lhv organization is usually through participation in lhv annual lnlvr- class Ile-hating Tournznnvnt In-ld 4-in-In spring in Ennrrson. s 5 X Euclid Club Louise Harm, Faculty Adviser Nicholas Squicciarini, President George Keller, Vice President Ruth Weissllaupt, Secretary Paul Tinning, Treasurer Purpose 'f-- -To promote a general interest in mathematics to supplement and enrich the regular math. program, and to give greater opportunity for self expression to those students who have a reasonably high ability and genuine interest in mathematics. French Club Anna Kugler Hess, Faculty Adviser Mildred Musto, President Robert Schenot, Vice President Grace Fortois, Secretary Lucille Kreiser, Treasurer Purpose-to further the understanding of France and the French language, and to guide the members in social, parlia- mentary and executive procedures. 51 Food and Fun Club Bernice Campen, Faculty Adviser Jean Pega, President Evelyn Koller, Vice President Ida Romano, Secretary Lena Pascuoriello, Treasurer Purpose--As the name suggests, it is the purpose of this club to bring the girls together in a friendly atmosphere and to further them in the art of cooking. llistory Forum ,lane M-rdou. l'aculty Adviscr .lack Anlonoll. Prcsident Coriunc llurkc. lice- Prcsidcut ,lcau l,al'orta. Sccrclary Gloria 'l'ormcy, 'l'reasurcr IIIIVIHDNC' l'urposcs of ilu- cluh are to lauulrirwc thc mcmlwr with nrlimt . ., , s ga ent- ary proccdure, to discuss and comment upon historical und current events. i Carden Club Ceorgc lllaufredi. lfaculty .Mlviser fliulu Mu to l'rcsidcnt frlllflll Messina. N icc l'rcsidcnt 1 Mary Romanin. Secretary Marie fllanlrcdi. Trcasllrci' l'urposc- The flardcu Club of Emer- son High School was formed in order to improve thc piece of land adjoining the school. lts prcscnt and past members have transformed this plot into a bloom- ing garden. llndcr thc instruction of Mr. Manfredi they are rcalizing the enjoy- ment that can be had in planning and growing a garden. .lunior Italian Club Ceorgiana Augiulli. lfaculty Adviser Eva Avoglia. l'rcsi1lcnl Dolores De Nicola. Yice llrcsident Josephine Scala. Secretary Romana Jouiolo. Treasurer Purpose To lurlhcr the educational. aesthetic and social mlevclopmcut of the members through the medium of cultural material in the fields of music. art. liter- ature and by informal study. discussion, and appreciation of the same. 55 Girls' Kamera Club Mr. Sidney Mandelkern. Faculty Adviser Margaret Hess. President Gloria Coodhue. Vice President Evelyn Platoni. Secretary Evelyn Di Somma. Treasurer Purpose- 'A new organization in Emer- son's varied life is the girls' Kamera Club. initiated in October 19i1 and now is eomprised of 14 members. While the girls have not as yet embarked on the extensive program of their big photo- graphy brothers. they have already had numerous sessions on the fundamentals of the act. demonstrations of various types of cameras. and exhibitions of mounted enlargements and color shots. 56 Senior Italian Club Anna Piana. Faculty Adviser .lohn Cattanella. President Phyllis llato, Yice President Eliett Tognetti, Secretary Enes Cervellieri. '1'reasurer Andrew De Benedictis. Sergeant at Arms Purpose--The purpose of the 1-lub is to stimulate interest in the study of the Italian language. 9' Kamera Club Mr. Vlvilliani Satz. Faculty Adviser Carmine D'Amico. President Eugene Maggie. Yice President Richard Pavignano, Secretary Marvin Sipnicli. Treasurer llurposeflfquipment purchased by the Kanlera Club enables the students to be- come acquainted with modern photo- graphic instruments. The lialnern Club affords experience which might be help- ful to the students in the photographic field as well as its being an interesting pastime. Nzlliunul llunm' Sm-if-ly la-nn lvllINl'lll1'1'l. lfm-ully ,Mlvisn-r llo l'lll'lI'Y ll'mll'n Xiu- lll'Q'NIll1'lll .lHNt'lPlllll4' 'l'un1znNlni. 5l'1'l'l'l1ll'y lligh Sfllllill lllmpla-r nl thu- Nilllllllill llonnr Snvin-lx' ul' S1'1'Ull4l1II'f Svlmul- i- lu jlrlllllolt' norlluy ll'1I1ll'I'Nlllli. :lml lo Ill pupilx ol' l'lIll4'I'-Iill lllgh Svlmol. 4.-XI llI'4'Nl'lll ilu- N. ll. 5. hu- rullllrll-lv 1'll1ll'gll' 1 ul' Ihl- So-rxivv llomvr liollm. l'urp4m- Hur purpo-v l- lo I4-urn lo knit or 4'rm'ln-I. We- lll1'll IIN' our lulms- lmlgf- lu mulw u-4-ful nrlivh-F fur our- sa-lv4-s :xml our ll0lIl4'N. 'I'lni- le-rm un- urn- ln-lpiug, the- lil-nl Crum hy lll1lhlllf1lll'l.fll1lllN 5 5, by VA 1 sm L I I 'V Noon Hour C0lllllllttPf' Nillllilll U4-vim-. Fm-lilly .'h1lYiSQ'l' l"l'e-d l,l'0hll0l'0. Pl't'rl1lt'lll Rohm-rl lllt'fllllIlf,Z. Yin- llI'l'hl1lt'lll Annu- St'llt'Illll'ill0. Sm-1-rvl:ll'y Annu- lzil'llli'l'. 'l'l'm-Alslllw-l' rposv---Tlw purpmn- of lln- Noon Hour Ulllllllllllvl' if to supply sonn- fo - lCl'l1lillllll'lll for lhm- flmh-nl dllllll llll1I'll limv. The main lIlll'1N'li0ll is 1 g., I0 popular rm-rords. The lllfbflllkls also lu-vp the gym in order and regullh llne sluirmly. ST Pan American Club Winifred Meyer, Faculty Adviser Mary Stambolian, President Barbara Brede, Vice President Joan Cotter, Secretary Barbara Brede, Treasurer Purpose--The main objective of tl1e Pan American Club is to promote hem- espheric peace through the creation of friendly relations with our southern neighbors. As a high school group, we are interested in contacting people our own age, and to t.his end carry on as one of our projects, a correspondence with Latin American high school students, whose addresses are furnished us by the International Friendship League. Emerson High School Orchestra Elisabeth Schmidt, Faculty Adviser A. Louis Scarmolin, Director Libera Marotta, President Dorothy Aless, Vice President Dorothy Krikorian, Secretary-Librarian Arthur Cinquino, Treasurer Purpose-To oH'er talented pupils the privilege of classical ensemble playing. To assist at school assemblies and at var- ious evening programs, especially bacca- laurate and commencement exercises at the high and grammar schools through- out the city.- Principal's Cabinet Purpose--The Prim-ipal's cabinet is made up of a group of students elected by their fellow classmates. The purpose of this group is to dis- cuss matters concerning the welfare of the student body, particularly as they apply to the student activity of the school. 58 lI1g.,l1 S1 honl x rl ll p ny fnllllu-. for ln lllllllllgl lu num yen sa in suit llmc ls mo I llllpull ml gf k Service Club Carl De Gennaro, Faculty Adviser Roger Reich, Captain Bella Weiss, Captain Purpose-This organization, maintained for the purpose of keeping order in the halls and on the stairs between periods, is one of the main assets of Emerson High School. p Meals. PZ-m" Tri Hi-Y Club J r. Marjorie Mouncey, Faculty Adviser Gladys Zuccaro, President Gloria Bunker, Vice President Beverly East, Secretary Mary Donnelly, Treasurer Purpose-To create, maintain and ex- tend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of character. Tri Hi-Y Club Sr. Dorothy Seyter, Faculty Adviser Marie Rumi, President Shirley East, Vice President Dorothy Reinhard, Secretary Matilda Gonczi, Treasurer PurposeAT0 create, maintain and ex tend throughout the home, school, ant community, high standards of character 60 SICIIO-COIIIIIIFICldl fllulm ,losopllinv Buzz-xsirlx. l nl llorollly Zh-linalxi u Nun ,I1lhl'lYlllll0 IUIIIEISIIII.. liorollly Alvss. llinu ljlflllllbllifti. l,lll'll0S1' TIN- main Slflllb-1lUlllllN'l'l'l1ll is lo fim'ie'ln-y und ilu' pq-raolu mlm lwlong: In il. To llll5llll'hS M'lll'lll Hull lo N .lh wwll-puyin ' ' ' - 5,1 IHISIIIOII um ll1lV1' ll lx mul:-nl 'Q' 'A I Q, of xnmu IlllAllll't'!-C and ln- vflivivnl ln INDI!! 1 hlQ'll0gl'ilIllly. lull nlfo Inna I ll alum of ilu xnlu This n,,M,,,,:i :LV lll: KM, 5 . 1- nl il Flllllllll lvukglnu rlulr Irie-s lo influll ilu- I Ql idvaa in its nn-lnlnvrs. swxdm The w 1 refreshes' ay to 'l man, mise that S hffart, The I7 were nfl www' dw army Gabrzel blow that horn. Senio ogfaln for tlle dflyzx Working for the mark? Q11 be See ing You' 62 Hlgwll pl' 93314 red polziiesl .V ,X Aural Q1 lsiwmfp' hots me ro ! or of all 917' Next? Get that cheer right. Well-or . . . Room, 'lu' IPOD Rib. W7 n er Our A -ng . ylnn 'or that fl for ,his H Nh Out lor n... 'fe QNX .C , X. .U Q flfyg! .',' ff' tg ' ' ! kr! 4 L ravi . , V f' I 1 -7 I Q , r ' ' Ef.j2f f . Nl' . . ' ' 4 . f ' F 5 I 4 7 I Ex! f ... V , N160 H F if gmgfazfi' 'pf Jn ,,,, .... X A RAY MORTON qi REA ,X 0 Y O Captain-Center P, . guy- 'lrl' Basketball Manager, S. PROODIAN Captain, R. MORTON COUNTY CHAMPS. That was all that could be heard around Emerson after we had beaten Union Hill by the score of 40-36. This year's county race ended up in a tic between the Bulldogs and the Hillers. Both beat their respective foes Sliydcr and Ferris for the right to face each other for the county title. When they did meet it was all Emerson. The Hillers were not to be denied and after we had taken Bayonne 73-35 in the sectionals, Union came back and beat us by a 31-30 count that was really a heartbreaker. The mainstays on this team were 6'Big'7 Ray Morton whose ability was to get that ballg Fred Steinmetz, a bull under those backboardsg Tomasini, who was poison under the basketg Dario uFoul Shot" Pia, with his long distance sets and foul line one handersg and Perry Del Purgatorio, for his timely assists and all round generalship. The ,l.V's. cannot go unnoticed because they also brought glory to Emerson in the Junior Varsity Championship. Coach Eckert will miss Morton, Prospero, Barbera, De Martino, and Caru- gatig but he is certain of another championship team from both the varsity. and the J. V. 5-Sta- Y 66 FRI-,D PROSPERO JOSEPH CARUCAT 3. .f'. '-1 'R .1 , " f, f . ' , j, . - f' IQ F 5 fir, . ' ' if r- ' I , . ' ,, f ffm, ' . , Q ' ! , , I ' f Q' -, , f " I ' 'rfifgl ,RQ ,I T ' "f I Y. if xg? , ' Au-.'.'5f-f 'V 'H 'tl A jr' is a F 'fbi Q 1 1 3 f H, 6' , f , I I NDER the guidance of a new football coach-f,Glenn Stough-Emerson's Bull- .,. dogs had high hopes for a glorious winning season. Tl1e team opened up the season living up Yo the hopes of a winning season by defeating its initial opponent, Bayonne, by a score of 6-0. The following week our team again came off with winning laurcls on the front end of a 6-0 victory. Fate intervened at this point and all expectations of an undefeated team were lost. St. Michael held our team to a scoreless tie. From here started our downward march dropping successive contests to Memorial, 26-193 Snyder, 7-Og St. Cecilia, 34-Og Ferris, 7-0, and to Union Hill on Turkey Day, 6-0. The team fought hard and showed good sportsmanship throughout the season, which gave the fans something to think and talk about. We all agree they deserved the respect and laurcls they received. Next year's team will miss nine graduating players. They are: Co-Captain, Frank Scarafile, Robert lVIcClung, Rudolph Blissner, John Douzgian, Ralph Lamo, Paul Van Steenberghe, James Calienni, Sal Perrone, Robert Barbera. 68 , tri ' 4 5 a J I ' J lr 'I ,I 0 lv 1 ROBERT Mc-CLUN G Halfhuk I S End ROBERT BARBERA S AL PE RRQNE Quarterback ,X "!lE,:,?-in JAMES CALII-INNI Cenlrr --1, ., - L' , '-'N 3, 5, 15f","-' JOHN DOUZGIAN R ' 5 -.""3:A5 Tackle FRANK SCARAFILE Fulllrack ff 1, . aff! ' ' " ' V 1 ' ,... 'J' ' A -4, K -- 'j"'S"', W.. .I'Y?YL'J,ikQ 'v: .5.c L A PAUL VAN STEENBERGHE Halflvack RALPH LAM0 RUDOLPH BLISSNER Fulllfnrk Tackle I aff ,If uf 3 4 4-ff! .ML xx AY M 0 R105 U40 K fat NW' puF 0 I ' I fl? S M ff, Wffb B CI S Q I9 U I 'Aft ' , 1- , ., ,1,... ,.,. ff Manager, W. JONES 1 Coach, GEORGE MANFREDI Co-Captain, B. Mm-CLUNG WI'l'Il the familiar ery of MPIay Ballw Coach Manfredi's charges will take the field with their eyes on the coveted county baseball title which will be awarded for the first time to the team that wins the playoff tilts. All the schools will be eyeing that award but Emerson has the fighting spirit and is going to bring home the bacon. Coach Manfredi will rely on the returning Ietternlen to carry the brunt of the battle: namely Bob MeCIung, Frank Searafile, Eddie Schuster, Ray Morton, and a newcomer, Sal Perrone. These boys are the graduating lnem- bers of the team. The others who will round out the squad will be Durante, Salimini, Tomasini, Stienmetz, Lusto, and Keller. 9 t 1' f ,I ROIIFRT Mrtfl.L'INC EDWIN SCHLSTICR WESLEY JONES SAI. PI-IRRON I- ytdfjf Tenni IVIunug4-r. I.Ii0 43AltMil'IlHAN Com-li. CARI, IMGENNARO fDNI'I of fhJllIllll'l'lll1ll'1l sports of high school, the Tcnnis 'l'4-uni is looking forwurcl to one of its most cnjoyuhlc sn-usons ul l'inn-rson. 'l'lu- wholv first tvzun will ho playing thvir Inst 50115011 umla-r tht- hlut- :intl whito colors and intcnal to go to thc- win tht- lluclson County Title Chzunpionship of thu High schools. This your thoy will fuco such forlnimlahlc fo:-s us NIICNIURIAI., LINCULN, WPIICIIAYVKHN, DICKIN- SUN unsl UNION llll.I.. All thvso tvznns are powerful and it will hc- il most 1-xc-iting st-uson, Tho first stringcrs and also thoss- who urv grzuluuling arc HAY lVl0liTUN, FRED BUDIG, JACK AN'I'llN0l"l". IHVING FURMAN: and LEU CARABE- UIAN. Iltl in lil nu Liao KJAIKVHIICIIIAN HW IN VURMAN JACK AINTONOFF T .. K :ff iff' ,E fQg:Vsf..g5efg5,f"'-1 .L::.y-H119 R- - - za-.Q5:r5:"Ee::esg?35::'S:y..z fl .gffgzis g. .K -U i5Q, Lfcfsfvfiff 5551 STV A571"TL' S . .. A X , . new , 3 fs Q .. 1 f- wiv Sf-N -, w.-:fmsrN.- www... P aim uv gy, N N X QQ X SW WRX- W BUY IHIN Compliments of The Materne Studio PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR EMERSON HIGH SCHOOL I Telephone UNion 7-3042 o MATERNE STUDIO: I4O - 48th STREET UNION CITY, N. J COLONY THEATER BUILDING STUDIO OPEN DAILY-9 A. M. - 9 P. M. EXCEPT SUNDAYS, TUESDAYS, and HOLIDAYS-9 A. M. - 7 P. M. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 74 N. R. Drilling Co SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS 130 WEST 46th STREET NEW YORK I9 N Y 7 An Invitation . The students of Emerson High School are cordially invited to become members of Juni-or Achievement. Find out from the inside what makes American 'business "tick", and have a lot of fun being an officer of a real, honest-to-goodness business. There are three companies now in operation: JAC PRODUCTS WOODCO PRODUCTS JALYON PRODUCTS Stop in at the Shop Center, 556 - 39th Street, Union City, some Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday night and look -the place over. lt's fully equipped with a band saw, jig saw, drill press, and other woodworking equipment. Watch the Junior Achiev- ers in action! A Junior Achievement background can mean a "Job Priority" for you. Complete details can be obtained from Mr. Harry W. Shotwell, your Director of Vocational Guidance. O THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY Callite Tungsten Corporat1on 540 39th Street Union City N J 76 When the gang expects a snack- And YOU want to be a REGULAR GUY yin-i Have mom serve LlPTON'S NO0DLE SOUP! MAKES LOTS! One 104 envelope makes 4 to 6 servings- almost IM times as much soup as the average can. Doesn't nick 'the old ration book, either. 4 I f- pf gi-1 N K, s x "SUPER," the gang'll gasp, when they get their first taste of the Lipton's Noodle Soup. They're not kidding! Thafs soup that is super-dupe -rich golden broth just swimming with egg noodles . . . seasoned with onion 'n' parsley . . . a swell snack ! any time! Cinch to Make! just empty one Lipton envelope into 1 quart boiling water . . . simmer 7 minutes . . . ladle up! X , J CONTINENTAL f"'4U-Y' ' ' !1' " -Ir I .., Q, 1 A prepared coup mix I! 'N W mode by lho Upton Tod P00910 mwiblid L. .U U U UUAU U U Use U U , 77 PRODUCED BY 0FF. A PRACTICAL AND ECONOMICAL METHOD OF PRODUCING COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL ANNUALS NEW UW PXQXXVWXV6 00. 14 adware eazzeqg afncf saw mmm! sew X02-X06 5115 STREET zffvfofv my, xv. J UNXOIV 7-2400 -4 7 Mayor and Commissioners OF UNION CITY HON. HARRY J. THOUROT Mayor and Director of Public Safety o ARTHUR J. LAPHAM HON. HENRY SPECKER Director of Public Affairs Director of Public Works HON. FREDERICK BERKE HON. THOMAS A. NOLAN Director of Public Property Director of Revenue and Finance Commonwealth - Merchants Trust Company UNION CITY, NEW JERSEY Main Office-BERGENLINE AVENUE at zznd STREET SUMMIT AVENUE at 7th STREET BERGENLINE AVENUE at 39th STREET Woodcliff Office-75th STREET at BROADWAY Weehawken Office- PARK AVENUE at 36th STREET C Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Our Offices are open Monday Evenings from 6 to 8 79 MEAE, fun lg, .L ar - - -A-'.'krA,"i?if QIIQWN 1 om.-s f' f ' 5. CB!!!-lbgy cnsrfween A 7 1 IMD' Compliments of S 'I' If C l'I M A N N 9 S C 1203 SUMMIT AVENUE Phone UNion 3-9501 UNION ClTY,'N. J. OPEN SUNDAYS .-tn. ,AQG-vfhlph-.fifil 80 STANBI CLUB GF STANDARD BRANDS, Inc. COMPLIMENT S OF Mr. and Mrs. I. Castrucci X 8 CO-OPERATIVE EMBROIDERY COMPANY I Manufacturers of Laces, Neckwear and Novelties 4808-4812 HUDSON BOULEVARD UNION CITY, N. J. Vitality Bakery 2002 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION caw, N. J. 82 , COMPLIMENTS OF Emerald Room ATTHETOP HAT DINNERS SERVED DANCING - FRIDAY, SATURDAY. SUNDAY NITES Featuring WARD RAINS and his Orchestra 32ll HUDSON BOULEVARD MUSt0 l3r0therf HARUWARE Ir RADIO co., inc. Jobbers - RADIO - Dealers Auto Supplies and Hardware - Tires and Tubes Refrigerators - Washing Machines - Electrical Appliances lOOO-8 HUDSON BOULEVARD Dhone UNion 7-9l7l Corner lOtl'1 Street 83 V COMPLIMENTS OF Interstate Rayon Yarns l5th AND BLOOMFIELD STREETS HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY LOUIS GINSBERG Central S SI A Club Frank Scarafile, Sr. Jack Sharesfhian Fred Prospero Pep Novotny Charles Shareshian Joe Santoli Louis Sepe Nick Tomasini Fred Steinmetz Ralph Molino Tony Nacinovich Hugo Gianotti Joe Pirone John Donnarumma Frank lannazzone Setrag Proodian Bob Barbera Artie Kaplan Pat Cesaro Dan Maher Ralph Lanni Frank Scaratile, Jr. John Yaldizian S. Cuchiaro John Gattenella Fred Altano Vash Novotny Bill Kerl William Nafash Jack Kendall Tony Monforte Tommy Topjian M. Nalbandian Julius Pericola Ed Piscadlo Dom Avella Arthur Crovafto Wesley Jones Joe Carugati Bill Demarzo B. De Benedictus 84 Frank Ranoro Oscar Sepe Carlo Caserta P. Novembre F. Pantliano D. Altiera N. Degennaro George Kallas Anthony Pa rete Al Cerulli M. Novembre Joe lmbimbo Louis Cervati N. Marchesani it In Service BEST WISHES TO THE JUNE CLASS OIF 1945 QIBGX9 COMPLIMENTS OF P R O 6 R E S S I V E SILK FINISHING es- DYEIN6 gf' 622 CLINTON STREET HOb k 3 0771 HOBOKEN, N. J 5 COMPLIMENTS OF IBBFQBII Knitting MiIIS 1439 HUDSON BOULEVARD NORTH BERGEN N J COMPLFMENTS OF DOWNTOWN DEMOCRATIC CLUB 1303 HUDSON BOULEVARD NORTH BERGEN, N. J. ifLfif 8 C. BIHLER Sz CO. Manufacturers of ART EMBROIDERIES ' FOR LADIES UNDERWEAR and LINGERIE Part-Time Employment after school hours offered to Girls I304 - I3tI'1 STREET NORTH BERGEN, N. J. J. SQUICCIARINI, Prop. TUNNEL PASTRY SHOP Wedding and Birthday Cakes Our Specialty Phone UNion 3-9052 2906 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. THE WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES A Select School Offering Secretarial Courses for Post-War Security GRAND CENTRAL PALACE BUILDING NEW YORK, N. Y. RAYMOND COMMERCE BUILDING NEWARK, N. J. NATIONAL PRESS BUILDING WASHINGTON, D. C. Phone UNion 7-8778 UNITED ITALIAN CO-OPERATIVES of Union City, N. J., Inc. 2312 SUMMIT AVENUE 1 16 PATERSON PLANK ROAD Phone UNion 3-8432 J. CADEMARTORI Pl-loToG1RAPHY 311 - 17th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF MICKEY'S BAKERY Phone HAckensack 2-8866, 8867 S. HEKEMIAN Cr CO., Inc. Real Estate - Insurance - Mortgages 324 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, N. J. 'i4ifLf' THE SUMMIT THEATRE Ph UN 7 4920 UNION CITY SEATON FURNITURE AND Interior Decorator - Upholstering THE STRAND THEATRE Slip Covers - Draperies UNION CITY EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES . TO THE GRADUATING Cl-A55 7400 BERGENLINE AVENUE C 74 h S NORTH BERGEN N Tf5 FRED GILBERT TechfSgt. H. R. GILBERT Sgt. ROBERT GILBERT Ph UN 7 2250 SCIENT'IFIC WATCH Er JEWELRY REPAIRING Expert Tool and Watchmaker All Work Done Under Supervision of X BONITO 415 I3 h STREET UNION CITY N J S. DAVIS CO. Wholesale Dealers in Grain, Flour, Salk, Sugar, Bakers Supplies O 44OI DELL AVENUE NORTH BERGEN, N. J. Phone UNion 5-OIOI METZLER'S BAKERY Specializing in Wedding and Birthday Cakes Pasteries 808 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF ROMANO GROCERY A. LA ROSA, Prop. V COMPLIMENTS OF ERNIE PEIA AND UNION DAIRY CO. O 9OI CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Phone UNion 7-5448 COMPLIMENTS OF Phone UNion 7-5542 24 Hour Service LINCOLN FUEL 1'oBLER's SPORT SHOP Coal - Coke - F-Ie' - Oi' 507 - 32nd STREET UNION CITY, N. J. OIL BURNERS INSTALLED AND SERVICED O 2609 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS FROM SENIOR B's OF ROOM 3 Phone UNion 7-8235 WILLNER MFG. CO. consns 1609 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Phone UNion 7-3 I 9l COMPLIMENTS PEPLAU Cr PETERMANN OF Wholesalers and Retailers of CHOICE Mens and PROVISIONS PETER E. MUSTO ZIO9 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Phone UNior1 7-6945, 6306 Phone UNion 5-2305 AUTO PARTS SUPPLY CO. PIONEER FUEL OIL CO. Wholesale Distributors AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS Kerosene, Fuel Oils, Gasoline, Motor Oils O 900 HUDSON BOULEVARD SZI-527 THIRD STREET UNION CITY, N. J. UNION CITY, N. J. ,f'h.f'1f'if".iid' 92 Phone UNion 5-4956 WHITE WAY AUTO PARTS AND SPRING SERVICE CORP. ALFRED EGIZI, Pres. A Complete Line of Auto Parts 6OI7-2I HUDSON BOULEVARD Bet. 60th and 6Ist Streets -NORTH BERGEN, N. J. Phone UN ion 7 -2800 PAUL SERVO Smart Clothes for the Young Man Your Appearance is Our Business SUMMIT AVENUE at 8th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of SHEPPARD BAKING CO. V ISIS PATERSON PLANK ROAD NORTH BERGEN, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF MR. and MRS. J. STALOFF COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF LIGHTNING DINER 0 Open All Day BETA X ISABELLE McCLUNG NORMA D'ANNUNZIO FLORENCE BARTOLDUS EVELYN ACKERMANN JOAN DE ZELLER ELSIE REDDEL JUNE MACCHI ANN SETTE CLARA MOLINO VILMA ULICNY CLASS OF '46 Phones UNion 7-0656, BRyant 9-7709 PHOENIX SLIPPERS, Inc. Louis and Harry Antonoff 2200 WEST STREET UNION CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF MR. and MRS. L. BOHNEN COMPLIMENTS OF ANCHORAGE RESTAURANT 345 WEST 17th STREET NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF YINGLING BROTHERS Jewelers and Opticians ..--f n EW' H Q I' UV' " if lf ' I I 1 , I I: :UGA 1 '41 n 'II I I 'gf I? I I I 'sy I' lk g 'lr I, . ,s,,,Wk j V -L f- q n N In .uI.-..-. - -'-:W-.-,,-W, . ' ' 2107 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. CONGRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATES OF THE JUNE I945 CLASS THE NATIONAL BATTERY CO. NORTH BERGEN, NEW JERSEY COMPLIMENTS OF MURRAY H. RESNICK 509 - 43rd STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-7900-7901 Combustion Sales Corp. of New Jersey FUEL OIL Winkler Stcikers - Oil Burning Equipment Industrial Domestic 3136 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. DElaware 3-3251 DICK KURKLIAN Dick's Upholstering and Rug Cleaning Co. SLIP COVERS, RUGS CLEANED FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING 179 Monticello Avenue Jersey City, N. J. Tel. UNion 7-4685 Frank J. Cascardo, lnc. REALTORS - INSURORS 2912 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 7-4734 FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE We have all your favoroite records Gilsenan Piano Company Dance Records, Concertos, Operatic Vocal Selections, Symphonies, Novelties 4521 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Congratulations to MY SISTER ANNELlESE Pfc. Arthur Koke Congratulations to OUR DAUGHTER ANNALIESE Mr. and Mrs. T. Koke Compliments of N. J. A. Tel. UNion 3-3976 Paramount Thread Scallop Cutting Co., lnc. 309-I l - 51st Street West New York, N. J. Congratulations to MY SISTER Frank J. Benning, S lfc Compliments of New Jersey Paper Company Tel. UNion 3-8269 QUALITY PRICE SERVICE B. Cardinali Italian - American GROCERIES and' DELICATESSEN Fancy Fruits and Vegetables 5OO Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-9457 P. TERRAZZI, Instructor Boulevard Dancing Academy We Teach Waltz, Fox Trot, Peabody, Rhumba and Tango Dancing Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday Evenings Private Lessons by Appointment 42l - l5tl'1 Street Union City, N. J. "NickeIs" Martinelli and His Five Pennies BOB "BEAVER" DENNHARDT, Drums FRED "HOT LlPS" BOHNEN, Trumpet GEORGE "RIMS" PARDUCCI, Trombone FRANK "JUGHEAD" ZACHGO, Tenor Sax EDDIE "PlNOCCHlO" GIRARDI, Piano Compliments of Florence Castrucci l2l9 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-6457 Oertell Cr Swift WHOLESALE ONLY Distributors Mazda Lamps Compliments ot Smart Set Lighting Fixtures ' Apphances Ann De Nicola '45 Elizabeth Schmidt '45 El t ' I S I' ec "ca UPF 'es Lucy Hadiian '45 Josephine Tomsani '45 4l9 - 44th Street Union City, N. J. Dora Lucchesi '45 Dorothy Zielinski '45 97 Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schwartz Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Fredericks Tel. UNoin 3-3685 Union City Battery and Auto Service, Inc. Hudson Boulevard, Corner llth Street Union City New Jersey Congratulations to OUR SISTER HARRIET On Her Graduation Ptc. Frank A. Frederick Richard C. Frederick, TM2fc Lurtz's Barber Shop 2206 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Compliments of CappelIetti's Florist l903 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Chappie's Flower Shop ALBERT GALASSO 7 - , v-154-vim-11,-n+,iLf'.' ,gf Tel. UNion 7-4806, 7-94l l, 7-9092 Joseph Parentini's Pharmacy Incorporated The Original Parentini Pharmacy CHARLES H. ARNOLDI, 'Ph.G. Established i903 l227 Bergenline Avenue Corner l3th Street Union City, N. J. v-11'-f v - - -1114, ' 794'- Tel. UNion 7-2076 Henry Runge Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Royal Juniors Fugman Intermediate League Champions Don Bomma l I Ralph Gazzillo "Boom-Boom" Bernidini Fruits and Vegetables In Season , - Wally Schubert "Flash" Facciola Bob Fischer "Cookie" Stitz Walter Silver l9OO Bergeniine Avenue Corner l9th Street Congratulations to OUR NIECE, GLORIA Compliments from The Girls and Boys On Her Graduation of 'he Packing and Shipping Departments Aunt Julie Uncle Steve of Yardley Everything Photographic for the Amateur or Profesional City Camera Shop Pl'l0TOGRAPl'llC SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT We Specialize in Camera Repairs 4216 Bergenline Avenue iNear 43rd Street! Union City, N. J. 24-Hour Developing and Printing Service Film Library Tel. UNion 3-3636 Monastery Flower Shop ADOLPH BUONO "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" l9l9 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-9150 Keyhole Pizzeria RESTAURANT and GRILL We Specialize in a Full Line of Italian Foods, Pizza Our Specialty 809 Seventh Street Union City, N. J. Congratulations and Best Wishes to OUR DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benning tml' vi 11? ti W1 1' :iS Tel. UNion 7-9590 Dammann's Manufacturer ot HOME MADE ICE CREAM Cr CANDIES 1213 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J. Compliments ot Frank J. Cassardo Tel. UNion 7-6988 Felix D'Amico Manufacturer of FINE EMBROIDERIES and NOVELTIES 719 Twenty-Fifth Street Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-8318 LEO PLATONI Leo's Fuel Oil Service KEROSENE - RANGE OIL - FUEL OIL Metered Service 511 Fourth Street Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 5-3345 Tel. UNion 7-4560 Ramasco Brothers Boulevard Dealers in First Class -I-ire and Battery Service BEEF, VEAL, LAMB and POULTRY Hotels and Restaurants Supplied 1219 Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, N. J. 601 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Compliments of Supreme Novelty Co. Cards for All Occasions NOVELTIES - GIFTS Wedding Announcements Tel. UNion 3-2208 2410 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Compliments of Charles Zeppa 1012 Central Avenue Union City, N. J. S. Ripoli Compliments of ""'ARMAC'5T Andrew Trunik 0 BEST MEATS ONLY 1708 Palisade Avenue Corner iam Street Union ony, N. J. 2210 Befgeniane Avenue Union Cary, N. Compliments of Pepe's Bakery Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. K. Kalfaian The Smiling Irishmen of Emerson O'BURKE O'COTTER JGEISSLER O'REGAN O'QUINN Congratulations to JOAN COTTER from the Lorraine Poignant Florence Born Betty Grace Rena Zenzoni Congratulations and Best Wishes TO OUR DAUGHTER SHIRLEY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert East Y J. S. Popper, .Inc. Union CNY New Jersey Tel. UNion 3-6277 Murray's Silk Store REMNANTS OUR SPECIALTY Silks, Woolens, Velvets, Taffetas Cotton Goods and Novelties 3610 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-4200, 6-4201 Finger fr Levine, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE 4808 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J Beta Gamma Delta FLO Jan. '43 GLADIE June '44 NORMA June '43 MARGIE June '44 GERT June '43 FAY June '44 MARIE June '44 Tel. RHineIander 4-3288 Martinelli Furniture Finishing Co. ARTISTIC FURNITURE DECORATORS Ecclesiastical Modern and Antique 353 East 73rd Street New York City, N. Y Tel. UNion 7-8035 Ramasco's Restaurant Parties Accommodated ITALIAN DINNER 603 Bergeniine Avenue Union City, N. J Compliments of The Morello Family Compliments of L . B e i s e r Tel. UNion 3-9169 The Royal Restaurant CHARLES DIDYMOS 617 Summit Avenue Union City, N. 102 Daffodil Club of New Jersey MAY STAATS, President JOSEPHINE THOMAS, Vice-President CLARA MCCABE, Treasurer CATHERINE ORTELL, Financial Sec. ANNA REUTZEL, Recording Sec. MARGARET FLINT, Chairladt, MRS. CARNEY, MRS, SCHICK, Trustees John Bargna EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIER 2IO5 Bergenline Avenue Near 2lst Street Union City, N. J. Gibian's Sportswear Bergenline Avenue and 59tn Street West New York New Jersey Tel. UNion 7- 9I 2l Wm. V. Musto, Ph.G. REGISTERED PHARMACIST 2700 Hudson Boulevard Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-6037 Antinelli's Pastry Shop High Grade ITALIAN and FRENCH PASTRIES Wedding Cr Birthday Cakes Our Specialty IOO9 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-4567 Fink's Furnishings for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN 809 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 7-8483-4 Notary Public George H. Buess REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Automobile Licenses Issued Here, Auto Bills of Sale Estates Managed, Rents Collected 2900 New York Avenue Corner 29th Street Union City, N. J. Tel UNion 7-9l 78 Stevens' LUNCHEONETTE - SODA - ICE CREAM School Supplies - Greeting Cards I6l6 Kerrigan Avenue Union City, N. J. igl-'- -AQ'-17 :Qlg .fl- Compliments of John H. Petermann Compliments of Ludlow Electric 1218 Summit Avenue, Union City 344 Central Avenue, Jersey City Tel. UNion 7-1228 Pardini's Rotisserie and Sandwich Shop Operated in Coniunction with our London Prix Gold Medal Winning Delicatessen Store 23OO Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-9134 F. G' J. Quality Bakery JOHN FISCHL and JOSEF JANl, Props. SWISS BREAD and ROLLS Birthday and Wedding Cakes 2301 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J Model Lock Cr Key Shop Auto C1 Trunk Keys - Saw Filing Door Check Repairing - Bicycles Carriages - Oil Burners Repaired 331 Washington Street Hoboken, N. J Compliments of EMERSON P. T. A. Tel. UNion 3-1075 A. Dite G' Sons INSURANCE of EVERY 'DESCRIPTION 415 - 22nd Street Union City, N, J. Tel. UNion 7-9191 Compliments of Summit Candy Prop., N. SKIADOS 1011 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J n-' vii' .1-.ii-1-,Li-alt!-,fin-' vilnfkvi -P-1'-'vfhnf niaixiiriw sizmmi, Well-rounded secretarial courses for high school graduates. Soo- cial Course for college women. Distin- guished Faculty. Individualized Instruction. Ettoctive Placement Service. New Terms Begin Feb., July, Sept. 420 Lexington Avo., New York City 22 Prospect St., East Orange, N. J. -FOR BULLETIN, ADDRESS DIRECTOR Compliments of Compliments of T h e C a b i n e t Tel, UNion 3-5682 Marvel Carburetor Service Authorized Marvel, Stromberg Zenith and Carter PARTS - SERVICE 2704 Hudson Boulevard Near 27th Street Union City, N. J. Good Luck to OUR NIECE and GRANDDAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. C. Oppel and Mrs. Masters 5 "Beauettes" DOTTY PATTIE YOLA HARRIET MARIE LOUISE CHARLOTTE Tel. CHelsea 2-O6l I, O6l2 H. KANT, Pres. Botanical Industries of America, Inc. Manufacturing CHEMISTS of Natured Prepared and Flameproofed Trees, Plants, Wreaths and Foliages Home of KAN'T BEAT GRASS MATS IZ3-I25 West 20th Street New York I I, N. Y Congratulations to MY SISTER MARIE on her graduation Cpl. Tech. Daniel P. Rumi Tel, UNion 7-I6OO Getro Supply, Inc. "General Supplies to All Trades" 5908 Bergenline Ave. West New York, N. J. Tei, UNion 7-5277 CLARENCE T. MANN Mann's Auto Service REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS King's Market FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES DAILY 6I28 Bergenline Avenue Off 62nd Street West New York, N, J. Tel. UNion 7-5764 G . G i I i n o PRIME MEATS, POULTRY AND Steering and Brake Service Ignition Electrical Repairs Complete Lubrication PROVISIONS 408-lo-I2 Paterson Plank Road IOOO Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J. Near 5th Street Union City, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-9369 C0mPlIme"1f5 Of Jim's Grqcery John Caffahl and SOIIS FORMERLY VIOTTI'S Italian - American Tel. UNion 7-2493 TABLE LUXURIES 8IO West Street Union City, N. 6OI Central Avenue Union City, N. J. Tel UNion 7-I O38 Union City Warehouses ANTONIOTTI and GUALINO. Props, MOVING and STORAGE Short and Long Distance Hauling Coal Dealers Tel. UNion 7-9368 Club Claradon RESTAURANT Accommodations for Parties Cr Banq uets Union City, N. J 706-708 Seventh Street Union City, N. J. IOI2 Central Avenue . 106 gig- l4v' .' -1- Tel. UNion 7-6039 Negrini's Meat Market 622 - 22nd STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Congratulations to our daughter, Corinne Mr. and Mrs. Val Burke Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Hare JOurnal Square 2-3089, 9799 Plaza Tea Garden AMERICAN and CHINESE RESTAURANT 2928 HUDSON BOULEVARD JOURNAL SQUARE, JERSEY CITY, N. J. A Friend Josie - Emma - Helen Jersey Lunch 2940 BOULEVARD I JERSEY CITY, N. J Compliments of Victory Beauty Shop Compliments of Dorothy Quinn, Catherine Denzel, Margaret Benning and Ann Mayer Class of June '45 Success to My Son Michael Mrs. M. De Riso I C Mae s Grlll III3 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of George J. Mendes, Jr., R Bfc U. S. N. CLASS OF JANUARY 1943 Compliments of ' Janseen Bowling VaI's Market TEAM No. 2 EDWIN SCHUSTER, SR. GEORGE DITTMAR HENRY BENGEL JOE GIORDANO WILLIAM HARTH l2Ol BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. Tel. CLiffside 6-22ll Sappia's Drug Store, Inc. SERVICE FOR THE SICK 347 PALISADE AVENUE CLIFFSIDE PARK, N. J. Tel, UNior1 3-9319 Marty, Frank, and John's Boulevard Esso Service ISO7 HUDSON BOULEVARD NORTH BERGEN, N. Tel. UNion 7-8249 Monti's Beauty Salon Specializing in Cold Waves, Permanents, Hair Dyes 913 SUMMIT AVENUE At IOth Stret UNION CITY, N. J. Metzger's Shoes 903 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N.J Best Wishes to Jean from Will - Hazel - George Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Tripodi Compliments of A F r i e n d Toaldo Bros. Manufacturers of Embroideries for Silk Underwear I42-I44 32nd STREET UNION CITY, N.J Patsy Brignola BARBER SHOP Tel, UNion 7-6214 Leon's Laundry Service Satisfaction Guaranteed 1007 NEW YORK AVENUE Union City, N. J, UNion 3-9884 DELIVERY SERVICE C. Monaco G' Sons Hardware - House Furnishings Paints and Varnishes IOOI NEW YORK AVENUE Congratulations and Best Wishes to my Best Friend Ruth Mentrasti Dolores Gerard Compliments of Tel. UNion 3-664i . M . C o cl a Vasel Family Pnovisious IZO9 7th STREIET NORTH BERGEN, N. J Compliments of Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. N. D'Amico Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cavalli Toscano Provisions Compliments of FRANK TRIPODI Mr. and Mrs. A. Petrarca i319 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments to the Graduating Class of June '45 Mr. and Mrs. John Pedito Compliments to the Graduating Class of June '45 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Perrone Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. De Martino Compliments of William Bonaventure and Dominick Manzo Congratulations to "Dotty Egizi" from Brenniser Bros. Parking Lot '46 Babe '46 Parking . . . 24 Hours a Day Louise '46 Joe '46 mit ST and WILLOW AVENUE HOBOKEN, N. J. Compliments of "Rhapsody Rollers" HELEN '47 ROSE '47 GLORIA '47 HELEN '47 MARIE '47 "Congratulations to my Sister" U Miss M. Lasco Mr. and Mrs. M. McClung Compliments ot Romano Delicatessen VEGETABLES and GROCERY Compliments of Tel. UNion 3-2409 F L D. Ortega MT- and Mrs' - aPn9W MEN' and soY's ci.oTHiNG SPORTSWEAR 32l4 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Congratulations to "Dee" and "Franky" Harold and Tommy Congratulations to our daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mentrasti Congratulations to our son, George Mr. and Mrs. Calza Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg Tel. UN ion 3-9686 William Stefani RESTAURANT and CAFE CORNER 24th STREET and CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. 4- .Q, ,1'. ' il Best Wishes to Matilda from Aunt Lydia and Uncle Gregory Weber's Market QUALITY MEATS POULTRY and PROVISIONS 807 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 7-8321 P . R i s t a GROCER 700 - 22nd STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. George Schalhoub Tel. U N ion 3'-9694 O Bonlto Food Products WE SPECIALIZE IN PICKLES and SPICES BI7 - l3TI'i STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. L. Star ' I Celmo s 2206 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Fred Emanuelli, Jr., C.P.H.M. Jean Emanuelli, A.M.M. lfc Robert Emanuelli, S lfc A fr C Automotive Machine Shop, Inc. PARTS, BODY REPAIRS and PAINTING IZ9-l3I ADAMS STREET HOBOKEN, N. J. Congratulations to our daughter Phyllis on her graduation Mr. and Mrs. A. Pastore Florrie and Tommy Compliments of Rosanna, Frankie and Grandma Mr. and Mrs. J. DeLeo I d a F a v a GROCERY and VEGETABLE STORE 9I5 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. H. Borenstein DELICATESSEN and GROCERIES Tel. UNion 7-9339 379 MOUNTAIN ROAD UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-9077, 89I2 The Arena Pharmacy PHILIP J. ARENA, Pl'1.G. 704 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. Taverna Cr Asca ri 614 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Good Luck to all Lena and Eugene Triverio Tel. UNion 3-4294 A. W. Holman Co. 5 - I0 and 25: STORE A. w. HOLMAN 2029 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J La rry's Luncheonette Tel, UNion 7-4I65 Annibale Galoppo Fine Groceries and Delicatessen 2409 BERGEN,-,NE AVENUE UMON UTY, N' I8OI BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. C,-,m,,1.,,,e,,f5 of Tel. UNion 7-4767 EST. I907 F.Z'rL.Wartman J- Bae' Stationery and Luncheonette 2600 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. LADIES' TAILOR and FURRIER SUITS MADE T0 ORDER Best Wrshes A. J. Koeppel Co. C. Cr H. Cleaners G' Dyers I62O BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N, J. From a Friend Tel. UNion 7-9094 F. W. Snowflack Office Supplies, Leather Goods, Rubber Stamps, Toys, School Supplies, Dennison Goods, Greeting Cards, Model Airplanes 2IO8 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Chester Russo's Market Tel. UNion 3-2885 Harry's Auto Supply Co., Inc. TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE I26 ANDERSON AVENUE FAIRVIEW, N 28l8 HUDSON BLVD. UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of Tel. UNion 3-8428 , , Fashion Footwear, Inc. Ignatius A. Llpau Represented by A. J. DEMAREST HIGH SCHOOL l93O NICHOLAS LOCILENTO 203l 42nd STREET NORTH BERGEN, N. .I Congratulations to my daughter Marie on her graduation Pvt. Edward Colombo Good Luck to Margaret Galloway Family Compliments of Morris Harding Good Luck to tihe Class of June '45 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Landau and Son Tel. UNion 7-5035 A. Capiaghi Imported and' Domestic Groceries IOII BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of A F r i e n d Tel. UNion 7-9538 John Chiodo Candy - Cigarettes - Stationery 5Il - Ilth STREET UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of Savoye Meat Market "Finest Meat in Town" LOUIS NAPOLITANO, Prop. IIZ9 HUDSON BOULEVARD NORTH BERGEN, N, Otto Lindig BAKERY 2412 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of A F r i e n d Congratulations to the Graduating Class of June 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Molinia Union Farmery surrsnana seas I 2705 EERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. Tel. UNion 7-5461 CHAS, BREUNIG, Prop. Public Meat Market Prime Meats and Poultry Selected Bolognas Our Specialty 29lI BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J U'Nion 3-9335 ANGELLA DURSO, Pro Yore Flower Shop, Inc. "Flowers for All Occasions" 43Ol BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. Tel. UNion 7-9409, 7-9046 William Soliveau, Ph.G. PHARMACIST l3Ol SUMMIT AVENUE Corner 13th St. UNION CITY, N. J. Walser's Stationery Store Candy - Soda Fountain - Toys 2028 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. Tel. UNion 7-9524 Parentini's Pharmacy CAESAR F. PARENTINI, Ph.G. CENTRAL AVENUE, COR. 26th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Sillery Embroidery Works EMBROIDERERS I72O NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Tel. UNion 7-I4l I C. Koegler Cr Son Imported Style Sausages and Provisions 23IO BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Masella - The Tailor "Let us take care of your Tailoring Requirements' I9I5 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Tel. UNion 7-5089 Durkee's Dairy Distributors of Dairy Products l7O - ISIN STREET UNION CITY, N. J Best Wishes Pfc. William Miller Tel. HOboken 3-9862, 962i Tel. UNion 3-4510 I - ' I Angelo s Stationery Havemeyer s Cigars - Cigarettes - Candy - Soda Fountain Fancy Grocery and Delicatessen I3I9 WASHINGTON STREET HOBOKEN, N. J. 2026 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N- J Edmund J. Zink, Ph.G. Best Wishes Wm. A. Kellenberger DRUGGIST I6I6 Summll Ave. Union City, N. J. Best Wishes fo the Graduates Lippi's sanitary Fish Market Mr. and Mrs. E. Coskey 2022 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N, J. Lindemann's Ice Cream Parlor 2009 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. Newton S. Kingson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babikian Congratulations to my cousin Fred Prospero from Cpl. Louis Sbordone U. S. MARINES Tel. UNion 3-4088 Don Pastore MODERN MUSIC STUDIO Instruments Bought, Sold, Repaired and Exchanged Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Bagdasarian Tel. BErgen 4-7386 M. G' M. Furriers SAM TAKAKJIAN, Prop. Coats Made to Order and Remodeled 247 MONTICELLO ,AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J Compliments of Nathan Albert Cr Sons I4I - Sth AVENUE NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. Fred G' Herb's Market 2026 BERGIENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. J. Marotta 602 6th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Congratulations to my Cousin Evelyn from Cpl. Vincent A. De Pierro Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Bohnen Best Wishes to the June Class of 1945 Louise Dickerson Tel. UNion 3-2840 Guido's Meat Market 2401 CENTRAL AVENUE Corner 24th Street UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of A F r i e n d Congratulations to the Class Mr. and Mrs. J. Castro Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Compliments of Mrs. C. Gallo JOurnal Square 2-4952 FREE DELIVERY I Young s 2920 HUDSON BOULEVARD JERSEY CITY, N. J. Tel. JO-urnal Square 2-4092 Plaza Dress Shop 2920 BOULEVARD Near Stanley Theatre JERSEY CITY, N.J -14.144-A til- 'lf Tel. UNi0n 5-6141 Martini's Bakery Edison Stationery Candies - Ice Cream - Cigars - Sundries Store Shop A 723 - 7th STREET 805 LIBERTY AVENUE 516 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY NORTH BERGEN Corner Sixtih St. UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Clover Coat Co. Tel, HOboken 3-5514 Millie's Home Room EMERSON'S RONDEZVOUS 1912 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Abe Basuitz Compliments of Louis Molinari U. S. S. Hancock - Marine Detachment Compliments of J C ll . . OS 3 Mickey's smoke 8 sweet Shoppe CANDY ICE CREAM and STATIONERY 703 - 32nd STREET UNION C,-I-YV N- J- 1205 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNicn 7-8426 Tel. UNion 3-9333 Best Wishes to Eugenia from Aunt Mary Best Wishes to Eugenia from Mother, Dad, and Dolores Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Juechter Summit Bird and Supply Shop Bird Accessories A Specialty CANARIES BOARDED 727 -10th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Mr. Cr Mrs. George J. Mendes Compliments of A F r i e n d Tel. UNIon 3-1685 Dibbell's Auto Repairs GAS - OIL - STORAGE - REPAIRS 2203 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. A. Monti Compliments of Helen and Altred 509-32nd STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Conte Grocery Co. 2507 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Club "26" DINE and DANCE PizzA a SPECIALTY BERGENLINE AVENUE and 26tl'1 STREET, UNION CITY Compliments of Lagazio's Dry Goods Store 500 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. ln Union City lt's Fox's Ice Cream Fresh Made Daily Tel. UNiori 3-98lO 5l7 NEW YORK AVENUE Congratulations to my sister Gloria I d a A f f s a Tel. UNion 7-5978 L. Petaccia Imported Groceries Wholesale and Retail 813 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Bianchi H. J. and D. P. Tel. UNiOn 5-4928 DELIVERY SERVICE Q ol Marin: s Market Dealer in All Kinds of Sea Food IIOI NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Koch Bakery R. HAAS, Prop. Baking Done On Premises OPEN SUNDAYS - CLOSED MONDAYS lll7-2l HUDSON BLVD. NORTH BERGEN, N. J Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Avoglia i224 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Congratulations to Gloria Lanzone Stationery Store "Bob" "Kay" 25IO CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. l,Jimmyl, llsonnyu Tel. UNior1 3-9042 Garfield Mill JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY if - -4--I-'tr' vis' 47 vt' ,ill Tel. UNion 7-2737 Stephanie Exclusive Millinery Original Designer and Creator of Hat Fashions STEPHANIE HARRISON, Prop. 7721 BERGENLINE AVENUE WOODCLIFF, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-1306 EST. l90.3 Suhr's Prescription Pharmacy LOUISE S. OHLMEYER, Ph.G., Phar. 2909 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Rita Friedman Congratulations to Matilda Gonczi from Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle Andrew Telephone UN ion 7-0933 GuIIiksen's Flower Shop 6I0 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 5-8783 Union Furniture Co. Furniture, Bedding and Rugs 900-902 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Hoboken 3-OSI4 WM. WIRT ' Atlas Welding Co., Inc. Welding, Cutting and Supplies Heating Apparatus I4l3 ADAMS STREET HOBOKEN, N. J. A. Feirer Cr Son PLUMBING and HEATING 'ill TWENTY-SECOND STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Hudson County Knitting Mills Manufacturers of Ladies Sweaters 523 -23rd STREET UNION CITY, N. J " R a m e I I a " FITS ANY FELLER IBIS BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Naters Compliments of Roosevelt Cut Rate Dairy 7l2 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 7-9028 UNion 3-lO87 Established l9lO G. Botta Rotisserie and Delicatessen Orders for Parties, Weddings, Etc. Executed with great care. 2303 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of A F r i e n d Tel. UNion 3-9440 SHUFFLEBOARD Spike's Place Tables tor Ladies 2505 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. ' I Miller s GROCERY and DELICATESSEN 28l6 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. .J UNion 3-9705 A. F. VALENTINE, Prop, Q 1 n Freddie s Grill SHUFFLEBOARD I005 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-0082 Dr. Milton J. Stark Dr. Frances L. Stark Congratulations to our daughter on her graduation Mr. and Mrs. A. Denzel OPTOMETRISTS 3115 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Candy and Stationery Store Congratulations to my daughter E SCHEURICH P . , rop. Mrs. Kathleen weft Candy - Stationery - Tobacco - Toys 137 -19l'l'1 STREET UNION CITY, N. J Compliments of Thomas Sweet Shop Luncheonette and Ice Cream Parlor Mr and Mrs Moser 2401 PALISADE AVENUE CORNER 24fl'I ST, UNION CITY, N. J. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Xavier Bonito Frank Buscetto's SHOE REPAIRING 8324 HUDSON BOULEVARD NORTH BERGEN, N. J P. D'Antonio GROCERIES - DELICATESSEN 700 CENTRAL AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Congratulations to our son Gerald Mr. Cr Mrs. Louis Thielemann Tel.JOurnaI Square 2-8332 Wm. Gannon Distributor of Waldron's Milk Compliments of William Kerl's Meat Market 156 BLEECKER STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J. 1902 BERGENUNE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. 2 Tel. UNion 7-2490 Congratulations to my daughter 'I Rossi s Sea Food Mrs, M, Lascq FRuITs and VEGETABLES I IIO4 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. M , , H I I Congratulations to our niece a z Z I n I a Marion Geissler CAFE and RESTAURANT P. PATRUCCO, Prop. Mr. and Mrs. Pal-ll H0'fI'l13l1l1 Tel. UNion 7-9499 J. Saputo Fine Groceries and Delicatessen 6400 BERGENLINE AVE. WEST NEW YORK, N. Congratulations to our niece Marion Geissler Mr. and Mrs. J. Capone Compliments of Baker's Social Club of Hudson County Congratulations to the June Class of 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caes Tel. UNion 7-8780 J. Continanza Furrier and Ladies' Tailor SIOO HUDSON AVENUE WEST NEW YORK, N. P i a ' s T a i I o r DRY CLEANING PRESSING and ALTERING lOl3 NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Congratulations from Mr. Robert M. Henderson Emily, Robert Jr. 'and Roberta STATIONERY ICE CREAM Philip Spadola . 727 -24th STREET, UNION CITY, N. J. NEWSPAPERS ' CANDY Scala Grocery Company The Store Where Quality is High And Prices are Low The Petite Curtain Shoppe The Original Curtain Laundry 316-48th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Tel. UNion 3-5799 Good tuck to the ' ' Ju e Cla of 1945 D. Marin: " SS Home of Good Shoes Mr. and Mrs. Alfano IOOS NEW YORK AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. , Between lOth and llth Streets Compliments of Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. S. Garabedian M r s . B u d ig Compliments of Senior Yearbook Business Staff Senior Yearbook Literary Staff Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lichtenberger Mr. and Mrs. Emil Riva Co-ops Co-eds R. P. S. Mr. S. Lasco Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lichtenberger Beatrice Brauer A Friend - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haughey Miss Alice Haughey ' Mr. and Mrs. M. Colombo John Catone Mr. Harold Rappaport Mr. Joseph Nuziale Mr. M. Dennhardt A. Alexander Henry P. Smith Grace Rossi Joseph Rizzo Mrs. Adele V. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. John H. Petermann Bradley Van Pelt, Jr. Daniel's Pastry Shop ' George Rosen Alma De Luca Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laengle Martha and Catherine Mr. John 'Petermann Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cotter Mark Staloff Pfc. Abraham Cohen ' Pvt. Edward De Martini '43 Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pozzetti "Butch" Demiglio Eleanor Anne Ba-uer Pete Dartley Miss Gail Lasco Miss 'Hilda Koeppel Mr. and Mrs. J. Schmidt Count Monte Ferrario Mrs. B. Rubenstein Rosetta and Gloria De Leo Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead Guidi's Winery Ann De Nicola Miss J. Belle Boltwood Mrs. L. Piza Mr. and Mrs. Koomjian Mr. and Mrs. E. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. A. Monteferrario PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. John Durso Miss Angie Di Rienzo Edward Tomasini Mr. and Mrs. John Di Somma Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. F. Nungesser Mr.and Mrs. J. P. McEnroe Mr. J. Nuziale and Family Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hagdorn Uncle Harry Rush Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien Seaman John Lavaggi '42 Mrs. L. Henderson Katherine Oakley Mr. and Mrs. Al Fletcher Joan Fletcher Mrs. G. Anderson Mrs. F. Krentler Jo Jumbo Mrs. Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kroehs Mrs. William Stitz A Friend Mr. and Mrs. B. Van 'Pelt, Sr. SfSgt. Anthony B. Molima Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaplan Mrs. Dennhardt Edward Di Berno Seaman lst Class Thomas De M John Hamod Mrs. Rotillini Harold and Charles Gilberti John Anthony Taglialoe '4l SfSgt. Edmond R. Naters A Friend . Sgt. S. Sirota Dr. Irving M. Halperin Mr. and Mrs. Peter Adams Miss Clara Reinhard Morris and Florence Eisenberg Mr. and Mrs. A. Bussanich Ronald William Zuersher lda Leber Margaret Pepe Mr. Zwain Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Peter Froojian Mrs. Catherine Briggs Miss Dorothy Frederick Mrs. John Nemeth aia Mr. and Mrs. Kolojian Pfc. Joseph R. Molima Mr. and Mrs. S. Castorino Mr. and Mrs. J. Bomma, Jr. Capt. and Mrs. R. J. Pollock Mr. and Mrs. R. Gallo ' Dorothy and Muerial Mr. and Mrs. H. Martinelli Johnny and Jennings, U.S.N. Mr. and Mrs. S. Horoske Mrs. Clara McCabe Mary Helen McCabe Alma Schmidt Mrs. M. Bach Mr. and Mrs. J. Erb Loretta Minogue Clinton Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wagner Marie De Vito and Elmira Topiano Mr. and Mrs. C. D'Amico Mr. and Mrs. D. Gasbarro Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Warwick Mr. and Mrs. C. Sobers George Nasser Mr. John Molina-ri Mrs. Theresa Molinari Pfc. Louis Molinari Edward Molinari N Irene Molinari Theresa Molinari Mr. and Mrs. 'Peter Speranzo Miss Lilly Maddaloni Mr. and Mrs. A. Crisolli Mr. and Mrs. L. Petermann Mr. Richard Winters Mr. and Mrs. A. 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