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

 - Class of 1948

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Nh, vw:-u..,N-' .E M R in at N lxihnl 8 if? 67fOfa Struct ...lo0uaPaaenJ2 APPRECIATION is one of the most difficult feelings to express. With this realization, we, the Class of June, 1948, dedicate our yearbook to the people whom we feel deserve the ultimate in appreciation, our parents. Through the years you have served as our guideposts and have started us on the way to adult citizenship. ln deep sincerity we offer our book as a token of our gratitude and appreciation. Ma. HMM! G. Paakm Superintendent of Schools WE ARE deeply grateful to you for your interest, understanding, supervision, and patience. 4 gaweqe YS x 6 if MR. CLARENCE J. RIEMAN EDWARD GROW MR. CHARLES A. BROWN President z i l MR. Pfmzick QE. MW" MK' ABRAM C- SAFYER Q Vice Pfesldenl We are grateful to you for the splendid education we have received. Ma. Jloaace Bcudfelle Vice Principal WE WISH to extend our deepest appre- ciation to you for your patience and understanding, which have guided us through our four years in Emerson. 7 Ma. iw f. MW-ff Principal THE June Class of l948 is cogni- zant of the tremendous scope of your efforts on our behalf. Words alone fail to express our gratitude for your guidance and inspiration. 0 CHARLOTTE ABBOTT J. HAROLD O'CONNELL Commercial Department Head Typing JOSEPHINE BAZEWICK Steno and Typing MARJORIE HAHN Steno and Typing 8 YL GEORGE MANFREDI Bookkeeping fb MIRIAM O'CONNELL Geography and Sales 1 a , I 45. , 7 I s" e'j' 1 rf' :fg fi ' :W fr IRWIN PALIUGHI Junior Business Training WILLIAM SATZ Bookkeeping and Typing qw, sz xx, vjf- . "HQ If 2- V Ar- lr! - , l , RUTH ARNOLD DOROTHY SEYTER English English HOWARD HILLAS English Department Head 3 . 5 A .ily . will Z' -Q xiii... . - 3 , I Wh, 5 Nz, '. LILLIAN DAVIDSON s EDNA SINCLAIR English I English , . Ny 'I . fa sq i ff'- : f 0 ' 'Meir 5 EMMA FARRELL HARLAN UMANSKY English English and Counselor in . K , 4 ,y Q " .151 ' " A y . . N, , i I V I MINNIE RITTGERS MARY ROBERGE 4 English English SYDNEY MANDELKERN 9 ETHEL WALSH English Counselor .Z ANNE BELLINI Spanish and Italian EUGENE CANDELOR0 Italian IRMA De-SILVA Spanish I0 2 E 2 l ELISABETH SCHMIDT fb Language Department Head 1 .x 'cp J' ii 11,5 'VW' f f' 'fs-M' . '1.x?l 1 , 4 fs x .Y eg 'dx I ,i I C .F . Tggsgfk-F' 5 Jar., -4 . g, Q' . iv n r 4,-Q 1 . S V, L i7,,m!L. .1 F93 if dy I .v l F, iii' , if 54 ,l-"initial y . EMMA DOLDER ANNA HESS German French and German EMIL MOZZI French and Italian ANNA RUSSO Italian RICHARD WEIDMANN Latin 5:5 ' :za i , v , JOHN DRAKE Mathematics Department Head JAMES ACINAPURA FRANK KORBETT Algebra and Counselor Algebra 32' lo5 . U, t A ltr GEORGE CAMPEN MRS. ANNE STEFFENS Geometry Counselor CORA FLOOD GEORGE GARBACCIO Geometry Algebra H l l . .Fi s S . ELSO CHIOCCA Science Department Head fb 0 ERNEST CLERICUZIO ARMEN MATQSSIAN Chemistry and General Science Chemistry 'iIE5ixA-TSX? A. CARL DeGENNARO Biology and General Science JOHN GARBARINI Biology and General Science l2 CAROLINE GILBERTI Biology and General Science DONALD MCEWAN Physics Lf- ' i ".... , X X FLORETTA WlTZlG Biology wid 1 J balm SAM MONACO Early European History L2 GERTRUDE SAVARY Counselor JAY CHRUST NATHAN DEVINE History Department Head Modern European History as QWX V ,L If ' "" ' 'J" . 1 .f ' ' , Lb ca!-4, f A ' to ff - ' A , 1 S S3 ig, ' if A I ,l il cg: I ii X 5 1 'A -i s , ., FRANK Giwsasrze J Problems of American Democracy At , F1 5 'QT .wx-1--:-w 'S 5 , 1 I-E.,g?f'Q5 X' ' . m3'ggg,g ff' it 1:3 ga-mm.: V Qlgklge JOHN KEARTON United States History M. JOHN LACCHIA RAYMOND MILLER United States History Early European History JANE VERDON United States History and Typing 13 x Vid BERN ICE CAMPEN Cooking l JOHN ECKERT EMMA EHRENBERG Physical Training Art FRANCES GALLAGHER WILLIAM LARSEN Sewing Manual Training LORIS RAIMONDI MILDRED SNELLING Mechanical Drawing Physical Training 'I4 ,wad gal pf' ,- gf . X 4 . ,Y - '4 .'4 V , MR. LOUIS SCARMOLIN Orchestra in I HEDWIG HUNSDORFER DR. JOHN PELLARIN Nurse Doctor WILLIAM TOMKA Music ADELE BUNTING Secretary KATHRINE BYRNE ETHEL ALEXANDER Secretary Secretary B 4 V GLADYS TOZIER Library I5 ' l . y xl . p , U.-f ,J - fawN"' 1 Chu 6' Mu. Anne Sieffena YCUR guidance has directed us not only through eight terms of high school study but also has encouraged us to go on toward higher goals. I6 ...fav-' " ' f ,,,,,s. 4'- Glau Nelaum MM. gmma fboklm THE direction of a class through its high school career, we realize, is a difficult en- deavor. ln appreciation of your guidance, encouragement, and hard work, we offer our thanks. If I MISS ARMEN MATOSSIAN MR. FRANK GI NSBERG WE SHALL always reserve a pleasant memory of you who have been the closest to our problems and joys and have done so much to help us. I7 Jlame Ream 7 4 wa MISS DOROTHY SEYTER an I :iv vu- 'Lx' 151 ERWIN MULLER JOSEPH STAFFA DORIS BIZET 'Q ir J T , Jifq MARY JEAN AGOLIA President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ALPHONSE ANGELINO NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY V5 Li X -fi ,Simi ,ff Q N I IRENE CLARK ALDO GHIRARDI GEORGE GRUBER NORMA HUBNER CHARLES KNOWER ROBERT KOZAM LAWRENCE SILVERMAN JOSEPH STALUPPI 'WTI i Glafu Gffam JOSEPH STAFFA President xg X,- V QA' fi f a f li GLORIA CANESTRARI Secretary I9 RALPH MAZZA Vice President , . ' KNN if N ' 1 '4 1 - I MURIEL WEBER greasurer 1,- IHC if gfd' K' 1 : ,K-Mi' -Q Y,- ji If 1 "V 1115.-.,V . Qgjm- , .Z I .. ' e d""'V I ails? -N 2? M ' Q 4' Q A 1 -rf: . 4 ,r ie rfb My - ' sw -154 Y. ' x ' .1 1 Aw. , W. ., Z, A , - X .MFL JF' N Q JIM? ,gjiq , -44, 721, FRANK ADOLF Frank Engineer Quiet, dependable, conservative, ambitious. Band, Orchestra. THOMAS ALOI Tommy Photographer Quiet, well-built, pleasing manner, athletic ability. Basketball, Track, Football, Varsity E Club, Proiectionists, Baseball Team. 37 J K MARY JEAN AGOLIA Mary Jean College Petite, courteous, cute, quiet, intelligent. Weekly Altruist, Yearbook Staff, Na- tional Honor Society, Euclid Club, French Club. JOHN D. AMBROSINO Ambro Business Man Friendly, active, amusing, efficient, carefree. Auto Drivers' Club, Art Club, Chess Club. MARIE AGOSTINI Marie Dressmaker Witty, well-known, loquacious, vital, helpful. Girls' Glee Club, Italian Club, Junior Prom Committee, Food and Fun Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus. ffl A MARIE ANDREOLI Honey Buyer and Seller Fun-loving, likable, sincere, versatile, virtuous. Food and Fun Club, Service Club, Poise and Personality, Senior Chorus, Archi- medes Science Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior Dance Committee. GEORGE ANDREWS Dana Business Tall, versatile, jovial, well-liked. Football Team, Varsity E. ALPHONSE ANGELINO Al Engineer Blond, blushing, courteous, shy, neat. Archimedes Science Club, Safety Pat- rol, T-Square Club, National Honor Society, Yearbook Staff. FRANK AVENOSO BRUNO BARTELLONI Frank Business Bart Business Sharp dresser, fun-loving, well-liked, ambitious. Italian Club, Auto Drivers Club, Choir. Popular, likable, lively, athletic Italian Club, Football. v 9 JOAN ANSTATT Blondie Receptionist Quiet, jovial, talented, friendly, dainty. Choir, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Senior Chorus, Glee Club. PAUL BENINI Paulie Aeronautical Engineer Progressive, helpful, witty, calm, impish. Archimedes Science Club. I 4 -i . ' Q3 I MARIE BENCINI Rie Pianist Musical, cordial, friendly, lively, easy-going. Choir, Senior Chorus. I 1 ll' I4 ETHEL F. BERNHARD Ethel College Demure, poised, drawl, well liked, obliging. German Club, Food and Fun Club, Girls' Camera Club. RAYMOND BERNARDINI Boom-Boom College Tall, likable, friendly, good natured. Basketball, Varsity E Club, VIRGINIA BERARDI Ginny Business Quiet, likable, modest, sports lover, sincere. Junior Italian Club, Girls' Glee Club, Poise and Personality Club. Ulfl DORIS BIZET Dot Business School Gay, friendly, popular, curvacious National Honor Society, Yearbook Staff, French Club, Drill Team, Dram- atic Club. ROBERT BONN Bob Business Quiet, sincere, cooperative, industrious, capable. Auto Drivers Club, Camera Club. EDWARD BOSER Ed Big Business Shy, sincere, physique, casual, pleasant. Baseball Team. V l f lf! PAULINE BRUNJE DONALD BROCKEY Brunje Secretary Brock Business Determined, inquisitive, sincere, Fumlovingl wonderful, personality' CCY' fall- tall, helpful, ever ready. French Club. CATHERINE BRUNO Katie Comptometrist Ambitious, intelligent, smiling, witty, versatile. Poise and Personality Club, French Club, Yearbook Staff. I RICHARD BUCKMAN JOAN BUSSANICH Dick Business Joan Piano Player Quiet, interesting, pleasant, keen Talkative, fun-loving, busy bee, sense of humor, modest manner. forever laughing. Auto Drivers Club. Auto Drivers Club. 25 M. THERESA CANDELORO Tessie Business Cute, loquacious, friendly, sincere, personality. Junior Italian Club, Glee Club, Food and Fun Club, Yearbook Staff, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Italian Club. GLORIA CANESTRARI Glo Business Cute, well-liked, sociable, dependable, witty. Italian Club, Yearbook Staff. RAY CAPONE Ray Business Friendly, well-dressed, dancer, popular. T-Square Club, Baseball Team, Year- book Staff, Basketball Manager. I l.I I4 ml VIVIEN CARLSON Blondie Secretary Blonde, dimpled, carefree, vital, loquacious. Poise and Personality Club. I , , V ,I !i'i. Y ll: ii I f ANN C. CHIUCCHINI Ann Secretary Benevolent, charming, likable, pleasant, sweet. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Senior Chorus. Ii if VIII .. I xl . lnlfi IRENE CLARK Business School Personality-plus, friendly, charming, hearty. National Honor Society, Debating Club, Dramatic Club, Drill Team, Yearbook Staff. ARTHUR ROBERT COHEN Artie Photography Smiling, cuteness, jovial, carefree, amiable. Projectionists. 5 f ANNA D'ANGELO Ann Business Loquacious, amiable, lively, determined. Service Club, Poise and Personality Club. ii 3 VILMA CORSI Vil Business Petite, cute, athletic, cooperative, quiet. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Dramatic Club, Service Club, Pan-American Club, Majorette. FAY DeBENEDlCTlS Fay Business Versatile, witty, brunette-beauty, popular. Food and Fun Club. PAUL C. CUCCH IARA Cucchie Business Talkative, lively, sociable, determined, agile. Service Club, Auto Drivers Club, Aero Club, Camera Club, Senior History Forum, Safety Patrol. MILDRED DeCONTO Milly College Attractive, popular, athletic, nice clothes, loquacious. Majorettes, Poise and Personality Club, Service Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Noon Hour Committee, Yearbook Staff, Auto Drivers Club. 7 'lf' il l l al l VINCENT DEGRIGOLI JO ANN DeLlZZA Digger Radio Technician JO N'-U59 Clever, wavy hair, friendly, dark, Friendly, well-liked, sweet, well- reserved. dfessedl Radio Club, Junior Police, Projec- tionists. .la i l l 4 l MARY ANN DONIGAN PAULINE DeSTEFANO Guch Secretary Paul Business Sweet, smiling face, amiable, Sociable, quiet, courteous, helpful, personality. friendly. Commercial Club, Yearbook Staff, Poise and Personality Club. Senior Chorus. 28 VAL DeNOlA Val Business Apollo, athletic, modest, well-liked. Varsity E, Noon Hour Committee, Football Team. RALPH E, DiTURSl Ralph Business Bashful, sociable, mannerly, likable. Auto Drivers Club. SONYA DUCOFF Sunny Private Secretary Good sport, sociable, dancing, intelligent, well rnannered, Arts and Crafts Club, Choir, Glee Club, Band, Orchestra, Altruist, Auto Drivers Club, Senior Chorus, Yearbook Staff. ANN EGIZI Ann Business Small, cute, gay, lively, winning personality. Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Dramatic Club. DOLORES FORD Gremlin Secretary Small, devilish grin, riotous, winning ways, laughing. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Senior Chorus. ELEANOR G. FORMISANO El Business Winning, hearty, mischievous, vivacious, 1 I4 F nil S i i ' i EVA ETTORE Eve Buyer Stylish, charming, attractive, good-natured, ambitious. Service Club, Glee Club, Choir, Italian Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus. VERA R. FRANK Ve Business Sedate, sincere, sagacious, sociable. Food and Fun Club, German Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus, Senior Dance Committee, Service Club. MNH RITA AYBIL FRIEDMAN Rli College Genial, friendly, cheerful, ardent, inquisitive. Pan-American Club, Senior History Forum, Senior Chorus. VIRGINIA FROUNJIAN JOHN GASBARRO Ginny BUSINESS J0l'1l'1V1y Buginegg Loquacious, friendly, pert, modest. Quiet, popular, personality plus, athletic, fun-loving. Football Team, Italian Club, Camera Club. RICHARD GATTA Dick Business Nice looking, good natured, winning personality. Junior Italian Club, Senior Italian Club, Auto Drivers Club. JOHN A. GI-IERARDI ALDO GHIRARDI Gerridy Business AI College Character, cute, flirtatious, Bright, mannerly, capable, friendly, agreeable' always ready' Projectionists, T-Square Club, Auto Auto Drivers Club, Junior Prom Com- Drivers Club, National Honor Society. mittee, Italian Club. ELEANGR GRAFER Eleanor Undecided Likable, pleasing smile, amiable, blushing. Tri-Hi-Y Club. KATHLEEN GROGAN Kay Receptionist Tall, pretty, blonde, amiable, charming. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Dramatic Club, Home- room Treasurer, Majorettes, Service Club. ELESIO A. GRASSI Leo Business Sociable, vivacious, witty, likable, reticent. Junior Italian Club, Senior Italian Club, Auto Drivers Club. HAROLD GRANATA Harry College Stalwart, humorous, efficient, ambitious, frank. Choir, Safety Patrol, Senior Chorus. BRUNO GRAIZZARO Bruno Undecided Friendly, well-liked, jovial, genial. Dramatic Club, Italian Club. GEORGE GRU BER Shorty College Happy-go-lucky, mischievous, determined, efficient, neat. T-Square Club, National Honor So- ciety, Junior Prom Committee. :XXX l JEAN GULLACE Jean Airline Hostess JEAN KATHRYN HAMANN Jean Business Adorable, charming, sweet, amiable, popular. Cute, popular, blonde, blushing. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Pan-American Club, Service Club, Cheerleader, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus. Dramatic Club. BARBARA RUTH HARDING Bobbie Secretary Tall, attractive, popular, well- dressed, musical. Pan-American Club, Glee Club, Choir, Service Club. ELSIE HAUG JOSEPH HEID EI Business Joe College Quiet, sincere, considerate, pleasant. Well dressed, friendly, courteous, French Club, Handicraft Club, Year- Versatile' intelligent' book Staff. Eagan Club, Yearbook Staff, Euclid 32 DORIS HEIDER Dar Secretary Sweet, gay, friendly, well-liked Tri-Hi-Y Club, Yearbook Staff. JOSEPH HEATHERLY Joe Business Cute, blond, friendly, well-liked, tall. Archimedes Science Club, Chess Club. l FRANK JACKSON Jackson College Tease, likable, ever-ready, courteous. Pan-American Club, Auto Drivers Club, T-Square Club. ELEANOR BARBARA HILDEBRAND Hildy Journalism Cute, shapely, beautiful clothes, popular, personality. Glee Club, Choir, Euclid Club, Tri-Hi- Y Club, Noon Hour Committee, Al- truist, Senior Chorus, Cheerleader, Yearbook Staff. l BERNICE JOSEPH Niecie Private Secretary lmpish, twinkling eyes, cute, mischievous, gay, happy. Altruist, Auto Drivers Club, Yearbook Staff. , f i ! t , l NORMA HUBNER Huba Private Secretary Intelligent, ambitious, gay, dependable, likable. Junior Italian Club, Senior Italian Club, National Honor, Society. WILLIAM J. KARAS Greek College Happy-go-lucky, auto-owner, popular, witty. Science Club, Auto Drivers Club, Ital- ian Club, Yearbook Staff. JEROME KAPLAN Jerry College Talkative, friendly, smiling, jolly. Auto Drivers Club, Chess Club, Year- book Staff, Class Officer. AGNES KING Agnes Secretary Athletic, genial, amiable, fun-loving. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Pan-American Club, Drum Majorette, Girls' Glee Club, J A fwfs PHYLLIS KAVANZANJIAN Minnie Secretary Stylish, petite, popular, dancer. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Auto Drivers Club, Yearbook Staff, Service Club. RHODA E. KLASSEL Roni Fashion Designer Sedate, polite, efficient, sociable. French Club, Arts and Crafts, Auto Drivers Club, Weekly Altruist, Year- book Staff. tl . t PATRICIA CANDELLE KIEL Kandy Undecided Pretty, sweet, popular, graceful. Choir, Glee Club, Auto Drivers Club, Dramatic Club. CHARLES KNOWER, JR. Chuck College Musical, conservative, ambitious, affable, independent. National Honor Society, German Club, Orchestra, New Jersey All State Or- chestra, History Forum. 1 . l l 1 l I 'll GLORIA KORN JOHN KOSLOWSKI Glo Nurse WI-,ggey Coliege Friendly, talented, frank, sincere, cute. Arts and Crafts Club, Altruist Staff, Fun-loving, good sport, popular, athletic, quiet. Baseball T F tb ll T B k Choir, Glee Club, Band, Senior Chorus, b H T ea-FJ' so a eam' as el' Orchestra, All State Chorus, Year- book Staff. FRED KRAPELS Freddy Disc jockey Cute, well dressed, crew cut, likable. Pan-American Club, Auto Drivers Club, Yearbook Staff. a eam, rac JOHN KUHARETZ Johnny Engineer Athletic, tall, earnest, ambitious, well-liked. Basketball Team, Baseball Team, Ca- mera Club. ROBERT KOZAM Shahood College lndustrious, friendly, well-mannered, good sport. Archimedes Science Club, Service Club, Debating Club, National Honor So- ciety, Weekly Alrruist, Yearbook Staff, Student Council. DOLORES LaMAY Del Telephone Operator Conservative, tall, lanquid, talkative, likable. Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club. Inf' ANTHONY LaMORTE Tony Band Leader Jovial, affable, sincere, genial, obliging. Band, Orchestra, Chess Club, Auto Drivers Club, Junior Police, Service Club. JAMES LEONARD Jimmy Constructionist Blond, quiet, lanky, debonair, reliable, blushing, Chess Club, Camera Club. 4 I fl LOIS LAMMERS Lo Nursing Small, cute, quiet, likable, sociable. German Club, Needlecraft Club. WILLIAM J. LIEB Bill Business Jolly, popular, handsome, athletic, courteous. Track Team, German Club. ANTOI NETTE LAZ IZZERA Nina College Blushing, sweet, quiet, courteous. Auto Drivers Club, Yearbook Staff. fi J EDWARD MANDEL Eddy Carpenter Witty, friendly, lackadaisical, jolly, good-natured. Proiectionists. LEONARD MANDELBAUM Lennie College Ambitious, friendly, courteous. Aeronautics Club, Auto Drivers Club. DAVID MAYLATH Dave Pharmacist Pleasant manner, witty, carefree, likable, vibrant personality. Aero Club, Latin Club, Auto Drivers Club. RALPH MAZZA RICHARD MAZZIOTTI Mazza Building Contractor Rich Navy Witty, good naturzd, felicitous, danc- Good nature, quiet, friendly, ing, idle chatter. likable. ltalian Club. Auto Drivers Club. il ,ig gs JUNE MCELWAIN Juney Navy Nurse Jovial, helpful, dependable, ambitious. Girls' Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Drill Team, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus. RICHARD MELLI Rich Business Shy, cheerful, considerate, serious, calm. ltalian Club, Senior Chorus. THOMAS MINGARDI Tom Business Carefree, personality, amicable, well-liked, fun-loving ltalian Club, Auto Drivers Club. LOU IS MONTEFUSCO Timber Forest Ranger Tall, pleasing personality, versatile, quiet, capable. Auto Drivers Club, Football Team, Radio Club. si' J I 1, fL ' THERESA MOLINARI Terry Dresmaker Smiling eyes, serious, friendly, quiet, well-liked, JOHN MORAN Johnny Architect Dark, dashing, debonair, discreet, dynamic, Chess Club, Pan-American Club. , , N RITA MONTAGNOLI Kate Selling Good-matured, jovial, sport, photographer, talkative. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Service Club, Altruist, Yearbook Staff, Auto Drivers Club, Office. M. CRISTINA MOSCATELLI Cris Secretary Tiny, cute, amiable, peppy, neat. Junior Italian Club, Senior Italian Club, RICHARD BRUNO MOTTA Rich College Jolly, versatile, athletic, industrious. Safety Patrol, Football Team, Track Team, Auto Drivers Club, History Fo- rum, Pan-American Club. CHARLES NARDONE Chuck College Versatile, athletic, good sport, popular, mischievous. Football Team, Basketball Team, Var- sity E, Baseball Team. ERWIN MULLER Muller Steven's Tech Enthusiastic, most successful, mathematician, friendly. Math. Team, Altruist, Euclid Club National Honor Society, Service Club, Homeroom President, Yearbook Staff, Debating Club. ff ii' lf' JUNE LUCILLE NATERS Gussie Office Work Witty, reliable, pleasing-manner, clever, industrious. German Club. GEORGE NAFASH Nate Business Personality, popular, prankster, versatile. T-Square Club, Yearbook Staff, Stu- dent Council. JOHN NEFF Johnny Business Courteous, bashful, blushing, likable. X . K. ,I r ' f t I 9 'ij I li 1 f l'ili J RICHARD NIGRO ANN NlNlVAGGl Richie Business Anna Private Secretary Mischievous, friendly, talkative, Joker, flirty, energetic, vigorous, lackadaisical. carefree, ever ready. Italian Club, Yearbook Staff. JOSEPH ODDO DOMINICK R. ORSI Otto Garage Business Dom College Amiable, fun-loving, willing, Fll"ll"'Qf Wll'TYf P0DUl3f, humorous, genial. mischievous- Choir, ltalian Club, Auto Drivers Club, T'Sql-'are' Yearbook Staff- Service Club, Archimedes Science Club, Junior Prom Committee. 40 GEORGE NOBLE Snowball Business Man Happy-go-lucky, kind, gay, generous, friendly. Service Club, Aero Club, Auto Drivers Club, Chess Club. ALLAN S. PARK Al Photographer Typical, popular, obliging, vigorous. Pan-American Club, Camera Club, Al- truist, Yearbook Staff, Projectionists, Baseball Team. RICHARD PAVIGNANO Dick Business Peppy, amicable, sociable, witty, smiling, Camera Club, Altruist, Yearbook Staff. PHYLLIS P. PERRONE Phyl Business Cute, talkative, witty, well dressed, fun-loving Dramatic Club, Choir, Yearbook Club. LOUIS PEDRANI Lou Mechanical Engineer Tall, glib, industrious, cheerful, amiable. italian Club, Safety Patrol, Yearbook Staff. GEORGE A. PETERMANN Pete Business Neat, friendly, likable, sincere, Auto Drivers Club, T-Square Club. Y F -o ,il I ll y I ii, ANGELINA M. PEDRETTI Angie Nursing Tiny, mischievous, carefree, fun-loving, helpful. Senior Italian Club, Drill Team, Year- book Staff. AGNES PETTRIZZIE Agnes Secretary Gay, friendly, talkative, witty. CARMEN PICARIELLO Carmen Private Secretary Slender, sweet, well dressed, well known, friendly. Service Club, Cheerleader, Yearbook Staff, Senior Chorus. ANTHONY PICONE Tony Business Quiet, courteous, ambitious, likes sports. RITA C. QUIRICO Quir Business Zealous, ambitious, friendly, tiny. Italian Club. i 6 i f ll filly! l PAUL RAMASCO Little Moe Armed Forces Small, fun-loving, personality plus, popular, athletic. Baseball Team, Varsity E, Junior ital- ian Club. i f 4 L i HELEN QUINN Sissy Modeling Glamorous, vivacious, charming, pleasant, sophisticated. Pan-American Club, Cheerleader. WALTER RAPS Raps Undecided Jovial manner, witty, genial, mischievous, friendly. Projectionists, Auto Club. JOSEPH RIZZO ALBERT ROTTINI Joe Armed Forces Gaylord Government Employee NICHOLAS SALVATORELLI Nick Government Employee Mischievious, carefree, athletic, well-liked, winning personality. Football, Varsity E Club, Chess Club. Cheerful smile, winning personality, Witty, athletic, popular, lively. sincere, dependable, popular. Basketbanl Football Manager, Varsity E. ROBERT SCHEN K Bob College Pleasing manner, friendly, likable, popular. Chess Club, Archery Club, Auto Drivers Club. ARTHUR E. SCHICK Artie College Accommodating, jovial, nice, popular, pleasant. Aero Club, Auto Drivers Club, RAYMOND SCHMITT Ray Singer Quiet, musical, independent, calm, self-determined. Choir, Auto Drivers Club. I I mtl LORRAI NE SCHALHOUB Schally Beautician Considerate, loyal, friendly, gay, laughing, likable. Spanish Club, Altruist, Yearbook Staff, Poise and Personality Club. LAWRENCE SILVERMAN Silver Doctor Versatile, zealous, helpful, agile, intelligent. National Honor Society, Debating Club, Weekly Altruist, Yearbook Staff, Eu- clid Club. f 1, . x JEANETTE SEVERINI Midge Secretary Helpful, sincere, quiet, fun loving, obliging. Senior Chorus. MARGARET SOOVAJ IAN Souvie Private Stenographer Adorable, amiable, sincere, carefree, considerate. Choir, Senior Chorus, Yearbook Staff. ALLAN Sl LODOR Shorty Pharmacist Carefree, energetic, helpful, small, likable. Chess Club, Yearbook Staff, Auto Drivers Club, Study Club. CARMEN SPAGNUOLO Nutchie Carpenter Quiet, pleasant, amicable, reliable. ltalian Club. JOSEPH STAFFA Joe Dentist lntelligent, tall, witty, efficient, friendly, talented leader. Debating, Altruist, National Honor So- ciety, Principal's Cabinet, Student Council, Euclid Club, Yearbook Staff, Class President. ARTHUR J. STANTON, JR. Artie College Pleasing personality, aggressive, sociable, righteous, gay. Chess Club, Archery Club, Auto Driv- ers Club. ROBERT STAFFA JOSEPH STALUPPI Staf Photographer Jay Engineer Carefree, handsome, mischievous, Conscientious, sleek dresser, popular, fun-loving, jovial. likable, intelligent. Camera Club, Service Club. National Honor Society, Euclid Club. X ., JOHN LEWIS STEIBLE Jack Aviation Shy, likable, mannerly, smiling. Pan-American Club, Auto Drivers Club, Yearbook Staff, Aero Club. JOSEPH STICCO Jay Commercial Artist Adroit, personality plus, sense of humor, garrulous, witty. Italian Club, Yearbook Staff, Baseball Team. BERNARD STITZ Cookie Undecided Likable, neat, popular, versatile. German Club. DOLORES J. TERZOLO Dee Dee Pianist Outstanding musical talent, versatile, wit, cackle, sense of humor, sun glasses. Glee Club, Choir, Senior Chorus, New Jersey All State Chorus, Altruist, Year- book Staff, Band, French Club, Euclid Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club. HERBERT TAKAKJIAN Edgar Business Quiet, fun-loving, willing, , amiable, cheerful. Basketball Manager. . I SARAH UPTON Sall Commercial Artist Y Conscientious, cheerful, amiable, dependable, mirthful. Art Club, Auto Drivers Club, Senior Chorus, Yearbook Staff. I i 46 l CARMINE TARANTINO Min College Witty, talented, well-liked, friendly, versatile. Football Team, Varsity E Club, Latin Club, Homeroom Officer. FRAN K VANORE Ffafik College Reticent, reserved, sociable, capable, gentleman. Auto Drivers, Club, Latin Club, Chess Club, MARY WALLISER GRACE FLORENCE Mary Secretary VVALTERNHRE Jovial, good disposition, chatterbox, Gal' D"955mak9f and D95lQnef qulck Smllef heaflyi Petite, well dressed, pert, cute, Glee Club, Choir, Senior Chorus, Mixed lW3DPYA Chorus- Yearbook Staff. J 'Q' JOAN WIEMER RICHARD WEINS Joanie Business Dick Business CUTCI WllfY, D0l3Ul3ff athletic, Quiet, reticent, amiable, tall, personality plus. good-matured' Poise and Personality Club, Garden Club, Service Club, Cheerleader, Year- book Statf, Auto Drivers Club. 47 MURIEL WEBER Bunny Kindergarten Teacher Blusher, blonde, efficient, ambitious. Altruist, Choir, Spanish Club, Year- book Staff. AUDREY WEISS Aud Buyer Loquacious, dimpled, excitable, etfervescent, affable. Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Service Club. Y ,tix 1 fu' lllf t i ELEANOR WUNDERLICH Windy Commercial Artist Quiet, good-natured, polite, talented, studious. Senior Chorus, Art Club. RONALD WILLIAM ZUERSHER Ron Advertising Tall, likable, ambitious, helpful, ' friendly. Latin Club, Noon Hour Committee, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Bas- ketball, Yearbook Staff. RANDALL ZUCCALMAGLIO Yuki Undecided Well-liked, gagster, friendly, fun-loving. Projectionists, Altruist, Archery Club, Auto Drivers Club, T-Square Club, Yearbook Staff. JAMES J. Z UCCARO Junior College Mysogonist, crew cut, mischievous, sharp clothes, knitted ties, Ioquacious. Weekly Altruist, Euclid Club, Class Treasurer, Yearbook Staff, JOSEPH HOFFMAN Joe Undecided Shy, quiet, reserved, amiable, likeable. RAYMOND LATHAM Ray Chemist Quiet, friendly, reserved, gentleman. 48 1:1114 .1 ix 1 ...Q-nh 1 ..-....,..- - -I y nv fk '57 ,,....,.n---- ,....--1 at 1 : . . Y...h -f .,....-..l-naw 4 A uw f 4 W ,,f'-,x my 4.5 5 ,lanvlxuxv " T"'Q , 'Vs X is its .. +I..- it-NO' Quinn , ,Jw ,,---' ' , . v r, M Hzdmi rf 4-f' 1-up ps. wD59f+QWx.8H4FP 'ff jx, muq Z! JOSEPH STAFFA ERWIN MULLER LAWRENCE SILVERMAN Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor '1 il I ff ROBERT KOZAM RICHARD PAVIGNANO JAMES ZUCCARO MARY JEAN AGOLIA JOSEPH HEID Literary and Photography Art Editor Sports Editor Composing Editor Faculty Editor Editor Photography Staff: Seated --Phyllis Kaya- Art Staff: Seated-Antoinette Lazizzera, 5P0'f5 5'-'Hi 59aT9d"55"Y1CS ZUCCN0 Joan zaniian, Rita Montagnoli and Norma Huber, Richard Payignano, Rhoda Klassel. Standing We"'Y1eV and Allan 5"0d0'- Sfandlng Standingf-Allan Park, Richard Motta, Jerry f-Joseph Stucco and David Maylath, Arthur Stanton, Fred Kr-30915 and Randall Kaplan, Joseph Held and Robert Kozam. Zuccalmagllo. Caption Staff: Seated--'Theresa Candeloro, Gloria Korn, Erwin Muller, Miss Dorothy Seyter, Robert Kozam, Eleanor Hildebrand and Dolores Terzolo. Standing? Sarah Upton, Marie Andreoli, Vera Frank, Jerry Kaplan, Marie Agostmi, Mildred DeConto, Irene Clark and Carmen Picariello. Literary Staff: Seated-Erwin Muller, Miss Dorothy Seyter, Robert Kozam and Sonya Ducoff, Standing-- Elsie Haug, Joseph Oddo, John Steible and Bernice Joseph, 1 4' A f ALLAN PARK GRACE WALTERMIRE CHARLES KNOWER Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Business Manager CATHERINE BRLJNO GEORGE NAFASH MURIEL WEBER ALPHONSE ANGELINO MARGARET SOOVAJIAN Club Seniors Circulation Manager Patrons Typing Q N K iqlg yr Patrons: Seated-Doris Helder, Jean Gullace, June Circulation: Seated--Muriel Weber, Grace Waltermire, McElwain. Standing-Alphone Angeline, Charles June Naters, Phyllis Perrone, Standing-Dolores Ford, Knower, Paul Cucchiara. Eva Ettore, Louis Padrani, Irene Clark, Doris Bizet. 4 l , Typlsts: Seated-Carmen Picariello, Christina Mosca- . U Composing: Seated-Lawrence Sil- felli' Margaret Soovajian, Sonya Ducoff. Standing- Club: Katherine, Bruno, Dominick vermin-5TBnd'nQfMafY Jean AQQW, Barbara Harding, Jean Hamann, Lorraine Schalhoub, Orsl, Angelina Pedretti. 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KATHLEEN GROGAN 1 6 , as fp va ,l F-1H'I,,, Y v- I I' i I T2 .x , ff' W.: 4 .- 9X T .ls- 'Wh 1 .-, A "u Q .. R -.. R. May,- v-:Qi r I L,-A-if ,v, , 1 9, Q Q Y' Arie fq 'ff 5 1 4 m 3 Q x vibxstkvnkg , ' mn ' Q1-L3"i'?T -i 'L-'fig-H V I xv, .. 'r ' "p- in , .T 5 ,e E. Q nf Q W.. Us '1- :'-- . v, . - ,- l .U ' 4'-1 . df xg-- . v A' Jr- Q ' If 2 .I -4-',-an K . A ' - by . J ,,- - 9 A . 'il 539' , egg, P186- , :pa , 'J 1. ' x 0 J' 4 E ' if ff- P VAX 8 A 1 1 N 1, 'J' f""'Zr' vt Y-ig f 'la- XX ., 33? I- ,V-.:-A P' Olin . m B,-.' 1 Q, iw .. .Ml , lA ww M-vp, r"'. .. x ,, ,, Nm ' I ,Wu ,.. lam ,741 1 ff? '- if 'n 2f"Qf1V T 'Q Q J X 3 K . 'fa '-ml' fl -NS "" ' f wfii - 4 AW 45' ,iw ,Af 4 lm Ii-Q .. lk, 'Lv' NIL. YS-T-1 'Inga Aims ltii, A QC, i": 73 Ji- ..-...-. ..,J-fi WYE? an fr, 4 COACH SAM MONACO Q. A - - - ' A 6? ASST. COACH BEN BARBER 76 GN COMPLETION of Emerson's great gridiron season, we, the seniors, wish to congratulate Coach Sam Monaco and assistant Coach Ben Barber on the splendid job they did. We shall always remember this team because it was the greatest in our four years at Emerson. The opening game was with Bayonne in which the Bulldogs smeared the former by a score of 46-l2. Then came the only setback of the sea- son at the hands of the Petreans, l3-O. The Blue and White snapped out of that quickly and defeated team after team to enter the Hudson County Championship fame against the same Petrean team which de- feated them earlier in the season, The Bulldogs showed what they had and took the crown by a 26-6 margin. The game that was most important and which won Emerson so much recognition was the game with Memorial when Emerson snapped their great winning streak by a decisive score of 25-l8. ln this game were the outstanding line plays of all the seniors, John lWhiteyl Koslowski, Dick Motta, Carmine Tarantino, Captain Val DeNoia, and "Chuckin" Chuck Nardone and Bruno Bartelloni. On Thanksgiving Day the Bulldogs defeated their greatest rival, Union Hill, by a score of 32-l4 in a hotly contested affair. The season ended with a record of nine wins and one loss. . ,E 5 ' 4 - V4 "s"'r' l 1.191 -Us-. , - Q - Q BX' ' -.,L M,f 5. Q Y -pour -, ng' 3 iw sv sv Y 3 h . ' v - Q ,'.- J,- Q l 'X . Nlrdorre drives for 6 23' gif , 4' v ' -... 1 Annlllo pulls one out of the blue. Q-9-U- , 'm 3 Q .,W r A . ,.4.- ,-in-,.,, y , M, , S no 59 4 S Taranhno and Koslowski in for the Qaeklc. Good luck fellows. Red Roarner plunges I5 yards 0 'jgizzgn 1 1 ' E. , sp S ins It is .,m N f.,.-'VSEWQETQX Interception by Ciampi. I kv K .I u ' - 5 my . ? . ,- HW A ' 1 Coach M RICO Lmcoln power drrve 9 :::H'a,,-dl? arf' " ,wiv if-1731 ff- ' . 5 . I -xdl'i'Q,,".', wp' Q nw l din- - pm , . . Emerson Power shows the way. l- ,- . to .. .,, of --c-.- -.P nga., ' overy by Salvatorellu ,- "fi, -'H . , il2n,!5f'f",!As?i, , I ik , 1' l ,A ' N6 I V 1 I l I ff ... . X egg? ' f-tif? if RAY CAPONE, Manager TOMMY EC KERT, Coach IN ONE of the most successful seasons in the history of Emerson Basketball, this year's Bulldog squad concluded the regular season with a record of eighteen wins and only one defeat. The amazing total record compiled by this Year's cagers is twenty-six wins and two setbacks. The team led by the high scoring Ray Berna- dini romped, gaining win over win until an I8 game winning streak was finally snapped by Kearny High by the score of 37 to 36. When Ray's eligibility ran out late in January, John Kuharetz filled the center slot brilliantly. The Emerson five captured the H. C. l. A. A. crown . and fought valiantly to earn more admiration for its school in the State Group lV Tourna- ment only to be beaten in the semi-finals by Orange High School. Then to make more history the Blue and White quintet was again extended an invitation to compete in the Glens Falls Eastern States Tournament. The courtsters became the second in Glens Falls history to be invited three consecutive years. When the Emersonians annexed the Glens Falls Title, they became the first team in the history of the tournament to capture the crown in alternate years. Along with those already mentioned, Coach Tommy Eckert will sorely miss the services of Chuck Nardone, Tommy Aloi, and Ronny Zuersher. Coach Eckert will have to build his squad around his three lone veterans, Captain Matty Florio, Harry Brooks and Bob Hager. x . I U if 4 D U I, r .. ' H 0 . . I - un 1' 'W A ill 114' I get Y ' J ,. . - v, 5.-I N wk sf? . it 5: 'L k "' f' Y :f::r .Mg 44.9 ' 'A , '2.7"+: ri... 3 n :WK E. M, 4-e " 1- f Cnampi follows up long sho! .3-gb Y .vs in twig Q Q r .4 w Zuershel tries for two. 'I v -.. ix P6 ? C fa I, Emerson racks up two l ' Mr Esker! I , A I . L g. , , gf fi fr X ' ' , A D 1 4 5 1 ' 7 Z " . ' 4 . n I , I. - , ' x 'gm 0 Nardone in O e :ear Q V di-A ta t I ,1 . Q 2 J X K ' , J , I 0 - .4 vt 5' !.' f ,s Q Blbhks aufscores weehawken ' 5 Qlalpf' if A 5' S- T 5. Scramble X- L tl' 5'1" ii N Florlo leaps high. X will Two ponnts un the making x- I r l Tense moment. x ' . .KI 4 M15 ig. 1 1 4.1 .iff Ai, 4 I - 1. I f if NJ! ,.,- K ,A ,v V' M... ' L"-" .fs ,I s .X iff THOMABLQI E 5 .-. Hs Y,'?. K Ur 'Q' 4. 'JI , '1 f wg, 'U 1 ,' I .'1 gf? ""'----J a . A- 'I A A X .. ,if K Y ,,-111111 N fb Y 25 gg! - ,. K 1w...,m,,, , " .41- ,4v""'W' L x""'-1-u.,...,..q"-.-f-"""' '1y..Jj P I - H,fkfGf2biz ., Z.,, JL X JOHN KUHARETZ -Aff 1 411--.. . g W +53 I fi if 1 5' .5 1 V' , Q -. nur-:Ag A . X 1 x D Tense momenf. Sficco cuts. . 'fill' i i ll .il V ' il in i 3 l it i i i 1,-iii' li-il ' 1, l fl ii, xj i TV. lit 1 i , l l ' ,, Mi iii., i lily.ig,,ipi1QitQiliQqQ.. ,. ang M X, Ji i X Emerson tries for a hit. Kuharetz at bat. COACH MANFREDI 82 WITH Ramasco, Scholz, Boser, Sticco, Brooks and Ruggieri forming the nucleus of an improved ball-club, Coach Manfredi hopes to come out on top in the county standings. With many eligible men to choose from Mr, Manfredi sent the following men on the field for the first game of the season: first base, Ray Gramkow, second base, George Leonard, shortstop, Paul Ramasco, third base, Eddie Scholz, left field, Eddie Boser, center field, Mike Ruggieri, right field, Joe Sticco, catcher, Harry Brooks, and pitcher, John Kuharetz. In the opening game, we lost a heartbreaker to a strong N. Y. U, fresh- man team-2 to l. We came back strong to hand the Weehawken Indians their first defeat to the tune of 6 to l. ln the two following games with St. Michael's we lost the first and crushed them in the second-l4 to 2. lt is noted that in every game John Kuharetz was Emerson's pitcher. ln the county record we have a record of two wins and one loss. I Off In 2 v ,'. X . ,. , w'f , ' 'l :fa I 5, 3.1. 6' 1 I I 1'-ii 'D fi X 5 Y .J it--' li I "Q f fab 1 .J ' OE ,r 5 I 'bt' , X gf' Xfci-f' 1"'1f x' , 'Q ' ' , . u C - I 'I ' g,.s . 5 ' 1 ,.1. 1 C 0. b, . 1 4. 1 O 1 '54 f 'Y K" 5, 5 I "x'f Fw, 15:5 , ' I e , 0 , EI.. ,v , Az' " , K ' ' . M i 1 1 '. S 5 it 81 I I. i 1 ffl 'g I 6' . 9 Y X 5 I I , M I if 44 4 F :Ffa ' , 5334, s'.1-'Q 345' ,, 11.54 1, 1. X ,J ' 3' ug 32' J , QE 3' A fl ' 1 -H ,av 1,11 S, ,pw A si P x 0 a P R, f 9'5" Q,, YN fl 4 'pl 'Q W ,F 9 s , , , QI .1 'r 1 I , 0 14,a 'z 'Q 1' 6 ,e "K x. w 5 Q 1 4 1. if D Q 1 1 a ALLAN PARK g tk 3 , v fiygfff ' X, H M Q ' I-ff, ,, a E 'V , ' ' wx ' X A3 fr! if . 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