Flemington High School - Echo Yearbook (Flemington, NJ)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1946 volume:
Plnminqtnn High Schnnl
Flemington, N. J.
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Published hy the Students
FLEMINBTUN HIGH SIIHUIJI.
Fleminqtnn, New Jersey
1 9 4 6
Wfl-IEN WINTER COMES
lV'E'LL GATHER HERE IN THE SPRING
DH. HUBEHT M. WAYM!-KN
WE, THE CLASS OF 1946,
DEDICATE THIS ECHO
Hr. lflnhertj . Wayman
IN APPRECIATION OF HIS
HEIPFULNESS AND UNDERSTANDING
IN DEALINGSWITH THE PRO-BLEMS
OF OUR CLASS AND SCHOOL
DURING HIS FIRST YEAR AS PRINCIPAL
A OF FLEMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
During our years at Flemington High School
we have in many ways represented a diver in
search for the treasure of knowledge. Regard-
less as to whether we go on to higher education
we shall always Continue this search.
We are now about to enter a world taken up
with the problems that result from the after-
math of wars. Ours shall be the responsibility
of tolerance and understanding and since only
through these shall we be able to maintain a
better world and better relations with our
The most costly pearls of learning shall be
ours to treasure but our greatest reward shall be
the experience that knowledge brings.
Mr. Ralph Muller, Mr. Charles V. Weiler, Mr. F. Merton Williamson, Mr. D. Howard
Moreau, Mrs. Mabel Carter, Rev. Edward C. Dunbar, Mrs. Mabel Mathews
Mr. Arthur S, Pinckney.
We the class of 1946 wish to take this opportunity
to express our thanks to the Board of Education who
have served us during our four years in Flemington
BIIAHII Ill? EIIUEATIUN
MR. F. MERTON WILLIAMSON
MRS, MABEL CARTER
REV. EDWARD C. DUNBAR
MRS. MABEL MATHEWS
MR. D. HOWARD MOREAU
MR. RALP MULLER
MR. ARTHUR S. PINCKNEY
Mr. CHARLES V. WEILER
DR. ROBERT M. WAYMANX, P1-iuripa!
We the class of 1946 wish to express our sincere
thanks to the Faculty who have given us much to be
gained by and who have guided us in many under-
standing ways. i
Miss E. ELEANOR SCOTT. Cafmfelm' MARY EICK, Student
HELEN ANDRUS Qlj
Prolilemr of Demorrary,
Europemz Hi.rzf1ry, U. S. Hirlory
B.A., M.A., University of N. Carolina
MARY E. BARRE qzp
B. A., Boston University
MRS. HELEN BINDER Q25
Eizglifla II, III, Anrieizt Hirfory
B. A., George Washington University
Courses: New York University
MRS. FRANK BODINE my
R. N., McKinley Hospital, Trenton, N.
WINIFRED C. COLE OJ
U. S. Hirtory
B. A., Mt. Holyoke College
Columbia T. C.
RUTH E. COMPTON C65
Englifh II, IV
B. A., Drene University
MRS. ELEANOR B. CREGAR UQ
General Srieiire, Economic Geography
B. S., Trenton State Teachers' College
H, EARLE DAVISON qsy
Bookkeepiizg, Comiizerrial Arithmetic,
jr. Bmiizerf Training
B. S., Rider College
LOUISE ANTONINI D'EMIDIO Q9j
B. A., Morehead State Teachers' College, A
Vloreheacl, Kentucky X
Courses: New York University
lndiana State Teachers' College
IATHERINE J. FANGET f2j P
Lalin I, II, Frenrh I, II, III
B. A., Wellesley College
C lou rses:
E. DUANE Qlj
MRS. MILDRED M. GODLEY GD
B. A., Wilson College
LEON F. HALL Q41
Manual Training, Mecharziral Drawing
LLOYD D. HAND C51
Algebra I, II
Ph. B., Muhlenberg College
MRS. HELEN E, HUENECKE Q69
Steuograpby I, Typufrilifzg I, Cozlzmerrial Law,
jr. Bzzrifzeff Training
B. S., Trenton State Teachers' College
MRS. BLANCHE P. LEMONN Q73
Typesrrilifzg 1, II, Offife Prariife, Stelzograpby
B. S., Bowling Green College
B. S., Rutgers University
JOHN C. LOCH CSJ
Sl!p?I'l'iJ'0l' of Boyr' Phyriral Education
B. S., Fordham University
Courses: Rutgers University
FRED G. LODGE C9j
Agl'i,All1llll'6, A grirzzllure Shop
B. S., University of Maryland
M. S., Pennsylvania State College
NORMA J. MAGIDSON fly
B. S., Massachusetts State College
ELIZABETH P. NOTHSTEIN Q2j
B. A., Duke University
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R. EFFIE Rrooro Q53
Snperz'i.ror of Girly' Playfical Ezlncation
' B. S., Panzer College of Physical Education
' and Hygiene
E. ELEANOR SCOTT My
B. A., Wilson University
Courses: Rutgers University
HIRAM C. TINDALL QSQ
Enielish, Ancient Hiilory
B. A., College of Wooster
MRS. HARRY D. WATERS Q6j
Library Srienre, Librarian
B. S., State Teachers College, Kutztown, Penn.
Courses: Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Penn.
ROBERT M. WAYMAN U5
M. A., Washington and Jefferson College
, D. Ed., University of .Pittsburgh
LOUIS ZABRISKIE Q8j
Aeronaalicf, Manual Training, Mechanical Dfdwflfg 1.
Trenton State Teachers College Drexel Institute
Lafayette College Rutgers University
HARRY W. ZOLL C91
Claeiniftry, Pbyfirf, Biology
B, S., Ursinus College
M. S., University of Pennsylvania
MRS. DOROTHY ZUEGNER QIOJ
Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Plane
Geometry, Algebra II, General Malh-
B. S., M, S., New York University
TE IIHEH5' SNAPS
I, Mi, Imam- slwws "Lilly" and "lClaiue" how it's iloue. and ex-serviceiuau, Nr. lilcmlhill. U. Mrs, lliunler seems ull-
J. llcrv,-'N lmukiiu: at you, Rose. J. The big two aud the livinus tu Van's grin. IH. Mrs, IVI-Qiuixlin and Mr. 'fimlall
luvss, 4, "Fall in," says Miss Riggio. S, Future high smile for the camera. ll. "Now, as l way saying," says
sclnml stusleuts have a gmwrl laugh with teacher. 0. Coach Mr. llancl our math llCWClVllIt'I', 12. It must have llccu a
Loch in his "business" suit. 7. The power nf Concentra- busy clay for Miss Scutt. even tlmufzh she 1luesu'1 lmvk it.
limi nu display iu the typing rmmi. S. Our new librarian
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lncginiiiiiyr of niiulhcr :lay :lt the sowing llI1lCilillC. 4. Dr. Mr. Zzibrixkie? III. XYhcu two pal-a meet. ll, l,FCSClllillg'
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SENIOR CLAss OFFICERS
Top row: Robert Ringer, Treasurerg Mr. Zabriskie, advisorg Michael Scheier, Sergeant-
at-Arms. Bottom row: Fred Clemente, Vice-Presidentg Ray Richards, Presidentg
Margery Hartpence, Secretary.
Seninr Blass History
The high school career of the Class of 1946 has been short but packed
with important events. Despite the many emergency war measures, we were
thoroughly acclimatized during our Freshman year and our St. Valentine's
Dance went over smoothly.
We contributed many top-notch athletes and dramatists to the school in
our Sophomore year besides sponsoring a Hallowe'en Dance. The junior
Prom was a huge success as was the Senior Christmas Dance a year later.
Our Senior year saw the end of the war and the coming of a new prin-
cipal, Dr. Robert Wayman, with whom we worked in close cooperation through
our fourth-term president, Ray Richards. We hope to make Class Night a
great event in F. H. S. history and to carry Baccalaureate Service and Commen-
cement with dignity.
We, of the Class of 1946, extend our thanks to all those who have made
the past four years such profitable ones, not only in the making of life-long
friends, but in learning self-reliance and good citizenship.
JUNE E. ABEGG 415
"June" Flemington Junction
"A laorre, a horre. My kingdom for a loorre
Transferred from Greenbelt H. S., Md. in Feb. 1943.
Language Club 33 Student Voice 3, 43 E550 3, 43
Honor Society 4.
EMMA JANE ALLEGAR qzp
"Emma" A Three Bridges
"Happy am Ig from care l'm free."
Gift Club gg Mixed Chorus 3, Key Klickers 3,
MARION R. BACHMANN 13D
"Give the uforld flue bert that you have,
and the leer! will come bark to you."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g Air Spotters Club 2g Lang
uage Club 3, Key Klickers 4.
CLORINDA BARBIERI f4j
"Dark eye.r have a rtrange enrhafztmefzlf'
Mixed Chorus lg Gift Club 2, Girls' Leader Corps 5.
ARTHUR BARRICK CSD
"Good at fight, but belief al play."
Model Airplane Club 1, Current Events Club 1'
Know Your Money Club 2g Football 2, 3, 4, Basket:
ball 3, 4.
CHARLES M. BENTZINGER Q61
"Chi" XYhiteh0use Station
"A erozvd of books klirlraetr the mind."
Tumbling Club 2, journalism 2g Traflic Corps 2, 3,
4, Lab. Assistants 3, 4.
RICHARD BROWN UD,
"Ez'e1z111ally, but not now."
Current Events 1, Football 3, 4.
FRED CLEMENTE C81
"A jolly lad, elauek-full of fun.
He'r alufayr Hire to everyone."
Transferred from Benjamin Franklin H. S. New York
City in September 1945. Masque and Sandal 4,
Eelao 45 Class Vice President 4.
A. MARIE CONOVER CU
"Stndiouf and thoughtful, hat what about?"
Echo 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 1, 2, Victory Corps
1, Mixed Chorus 4, Key Klickers 4.
GEORGE CURTIS qzy
"Slow and eafy going, hat he getr there jtut the Janie"
Current Events Club 1, Student Council 1, 3, Mixed
Chorus 1, 3, Tumbling Club 23 Lab Assistants 3, 4.
DONALD F. DALRYMPLE C30
"D D" Pittstown
"Yon can tell he hnouu the oeean
hy the ware in hir hair."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Airplane Club 1, Game Club 1,
2g Tumbling Club 2, Basketball 2, 3.
FRED DEEMER Q4j
"Tin1e.' I dare nottto dircotfer ,Inch a youth
and meh a lower!"
Masque and Sandal 1, 2, President 3, Arts and Crafts
Club 1, 2, Class Vice President 15 Echo 3, 4.
ROBERT DENBIGH 453
"Fot'ez'er forenzoit in the ranks of fun."
Tumbling Club 2, Model Airplane Club 2, Mixed
Chorus 2, Lab. Assistants 5, 4.
SUSANNA MADILINE DEVOE Qoj
"Susie Qi' Ringoes
"Gite everyone thine ear, hut few thy wire."
Transferred from Wilton jr. H. S., Bronx, N. Y.,
February 1943. Knitting Club 2g Cooking Club 2.
Lois D1CKsoN up
"She har many innorent partitnerf'
Mixed Chorus 1, Gift Club 2g Library Club 3-
DORIS R. DILTS C8j
"Doris" Three Bridges
"Fm quiet, but don't get me started."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2g Gift Club 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4.
ROGER DILTS flj
"I like work. it facinater me,
I ran .fit and look al il for liomirf'
Current Events Club 1, 2.
WANDA DOBOZYNSKI C23
"She may look quiet, on! look again."
Current Events Club 1 g Experimental Cooking Club 3.
"llel" XYliitel1ouse Station
HSl96',l jim live qliiel kind,
1L'l70.l'6 llclfill? never 1'orieJ."
Knitting Club 1 g Mixed Chorus 3g Red Cross Club 3.
JACQUELINE K. FERRIS f4j
. "Jackie" Ringoes
"Here romer the lady. Ok, Jo liglal of fool!"
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Play lg Modern
Dancing lg Library Club 1.
JAMES R. FREE CSD
"Hif only labor wa: lo kill time."
Art Club 1, 2, 3: Chef Club lg Mixed Chorus 4.
BLANCHE GARBOW C61
"She um born u'iflJ a gift of laughter
and 4 .renfe that fbe world um Nlddf
Mixed Chorus 1g Current Events Club 1g Commercial
Club 2, Key Klickers 4.
WALTER GELLNER U5
"HiJ zvit if df Jlmrp ar lhe creafe in hi! penn."
Current Events Club 1, 25 Know Your Money Club 2g
Chemistry Club 3g Mgr. Baseball 3, 45 Mgr. Football
4g Asst. Mgr, Basketball 4g Echo 45 Stffdenl Voice 4.
ELIZABETH E. GOODELL gay
"Betty" Three Bridges
"The pleamre of lore ix in loving."
Mixed Chorus 1g Commercial Club lg Gift Club
Library Club 3, QPresidentj 4.
ROBERT GROFF qip
"Gite me time, I'll get there."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Current Events Club 2, French
Club 2, Student Council 3, Class Treasurer 3g Mixed
DONALD J. GULICK qzp
"1 have cl knork of doing what I ought not to."
Current Events Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Foot-
ball 4g Erlao 4.
DORIS GULICK C31
Gift Club lg Knitting Club 2.
MARJORIE HAAS Q41
"Wfby doern't .fornebody tell 'me there tlJingJ?"
Transferred from Cranford H. S. in December 1944.
Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3g Erho 4, Student Voice 4,
Traffic Corps 4g Student Council 4g Honor Society 4.
ALEX HAR1Tos tsp
"Every mon if at Heaven made him
and rometimer 4 great deal wane."
Tumbling Club 15 Art Club 1, 2, Radio 23 Student
Voire 2, Echo 4.
GLORIA ELNORA HARRIS Q61
"Fm dyed headed woman-look out for me"
Commercial Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Key
Klickers 3, QBusiness Manager1 4.
ELIZABETH M. HARTPENCE Q71
"It'f good to be merry and wife,
it'r good to be honest and true."
Mixed Chorus 2, Echo 3g CAsst. Ed.1 45 Honor So-
MARGERY E. HARTPENCE Q81
"Forhioned .ro rlenderly, young and .ro fair."
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Qvice-president1 4, Erlao 1
2, 3, Qbusiness mgr.1 4, Girls' Leader Corps 1, 2
Class Secretary 1, 3, 4, Foreign Language Club 3
Trallic Corps 3, 4g Student Voire 4g Honor Society 4.
WALTER ROBERT HAUSMAN Q11
"Eat, drink, and he merry, for tomorrow we may diet."
Nature Study 1 , Victory Corps 1, Boy's Chef Club 1,
Class Vice President 2, School Play 2, Echo 2, 3,
Masque and Sandal 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play 3, Stn-
dent Voiee 3, 4, Student Council QVice Presidentj 3
QPresidentj 4, journalism 3, Football 3, 4, Basket-
ball Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4.
OLIVER WAYNE HEADLEY Q2j
"PerfiJlenry lead: to .rzrrce.f.r."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Current History 1, Basketball 2,
3, 4, journalism 2, QPresidentj 3, Traffic Corps 2, 3,
4, Masque and Sandal 2, 4, Slzrdenf Voiee 3, 4, Foo
ball 3, 4, Echo 4
LOIS ANITA- HENZLER gap
"An equal 77Il.X'll17'6 of good hnnzor and renfef'
Nature Study 1, Arts and Crafts Club 1, Cheerlead-
ing 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Sfrrdenz Voire 2, 3,
4, Echo 4.
3, 4, Football 4.
MARGARET HIGGINS Q45
C. EUGENE HILDABRANT Q53
I'n1 no angel!"
Nature Study 1, Arts and Crafts Club 1, Sludenl
Voice 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Echo 3, Service Club 3.
"Talk lo him ,of farolfr ladder and
he would ark the number of Jtepff'
Game Club 1, Current Events Club 1, 2, Smdenl
Voire 2, 3, 4, Erho 2, 3, Lab. Assistants 3, Baseball
ELEANOR HODULIK Q65
"Neither a :inner nor a saint."
Commercial Club 1,
THOMAS' HODULIK Q71
"An all round good fellow."
Game Club 1, Art Club 1, Model Airplane 1, Radio
EVA M. HOFF Q81
"A cheery .rnzile if well worth while."
Girls' Leader Corps 1, Commercial Club 1, QSecre-
taryj 2,.Sludent V one 1, 2, Echo 3, QTyping Editorj
4, Key Klickers Club 3, QSecretaryj 4.
ELAINE HOLCOMBE fly
"Variety ir the .fpice of life."
Library Club 1, Mixed Chorus 4.
ELIZABETH KADEZABEK QZJ
I iz" Copper Ilill
"Her perromzlily mu' strihiizg-
one iiiizch to our liking."
Student Council 1, Girls' Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 J
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Siiicleizt Voice 4.
Rose KADEZABEK gay
'-Rosie" Copper Hill
"Mighty like 4 foie."
Sewing Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Girls' Leader
Corps 3, 4. 1
ANN ADELE KEMPF Q43
"Aim" XVhitehouse Station
"Why do I laugh? Wfell lo he explicit,
I fee fini where olherf ofleiz min il."
Transferred from Ursuline Academy, New York in
1943. Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Leader Corps
3, 4, Key Klickers 3, 4.
JOYCE E. KLINE Q53
"Klinie"' Readington Township
"Laird, you done made lhe night too Jhorlf'
Mixed Chorus 1, Knitting Club 1, Commercial Club
2, Girls' Leaders Corps 1, 2, 33 Key Klickers 3,
fPresidentj 4, Echo 4, Student Council QTreas.j 4.
GRACE KROM Q65
"The girl ivilh fhe Jmile is the girl worth while."
Commercial Club 2, Library Club 3, Echo 4.
ERMA RUTH LAMBERT UD
"Oh milor, you fend nie!"
Key Klickers 3, fVice-Presidentj 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4.
ROBERT LEICHTE Q81
-"Dutchie" XVhitehouse Station
"I am at 4 lou to know how much
of my ouvz .florief lo helie1ie."
Nature Study 1, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Art Club 2,
Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
PAULINE E. LEVITSKY Qlj
"The ber! polirb for 4 face if a ruffle."
Mixed Chorus l g Commercial Club 2, Current Events
Club lg Knitting Club 2, Key Klickers 4.
BETTY CATHERINE LINDABURY QZD
"A little mirrhief by Ibe u'oy,
A liflle fill? lo .rlbire the doyf'
Knitting Club lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Erho 2,
3, ,lg Sfllrffllf Voife 5, 43 Gift Club 2.
MARY ANNE LYELL C35
"Aly own lhozfglolf are my ozwz fompan.io11r."
Masque and Sandal lg Mixed Chorus lg Gift Club 3.
JOSEPH SALVATORE MARESCA q-ip
"A 1l'dl'l'f0l' bold on four! and yield,
And an all rozmd good Jportf'
Nature Study lg Future Farmers of America 2, 33
Football 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2.
DOROTHY MAY MCCORKLE gay
"A true and good friend."
Red Cross Club 3.
VIRGINIA MCPHERSON f6j
"S!11rdy and quick, aluuyf ready, z'ery patient,
.md rery sleadyf'
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Current Events Club lg Sm-
denl Voire 2, 3, Echo 2, 3, 4, Foreign Language
Club 3g Class Vice-president 3g Girls' Leader Corps 4.
DORIS ANN MELICK Q71
"There'.r cl lol we migbl ,ray of you.
bill one word will Jlzjjzire-Hire."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club lg Gift Club
2, Erbo 2, 3, 4, Sfudem' Voire 3, 4,
ROSE MAY MINA f8j
"IJ Jbe quiet and demlzre?
Maybe, bu! don? be loo .rm'e."
Mixed Chorus lg Hockey lg Current Events Club lg
Key Klickers 3, 4, Cheer Leading 3, 4, Girls' Leader
MILDRED A. NEFF Q15
"Carefree and gay, I lore fo while flve lvofnif 1111271
Knitting Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 53 EIAPU
Girls' Leader Corps 3, 4.
JAMES E. OAKES 425
"A u'i.re lllrlll ialkf len and liffwzf more."
Current Events Club 2.
OLGA OLESKIW Q32
"If ,silence if golden fben berehr a 1111llio11aire."
Knitting Club lg Red Cross Club 3.
LOUISE ANNE ORASHEN MQ
"A rlwzgeable 11111 n likeable pe1'fo11."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 2, journalism 3g
Library Club 2, Key Klickers Club 3, 41 Girls' Leadrr
JENNIE EVA oTTo 55
"Nie Nie" YVhitehouse Station
"Why :work 11'l1e1z play if ro lllllfh flllI.9U
Key Klickers Club 3, 4.
RITA PAPASTERGIOU gap
"She who Jmlferf myf of J1111.flJi11e Six e1'e1' u'elro1i1e."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, journalism Zg Language Club
GENEVIEVE PARZYCH C7j
"A good diJpoJ1tio11 1:J"?I0l' the leaf! of laer clm1'111f."
Knitting Club 1g Erlao 1, junior Red Cross Club 3.
EDNA PETERMAN CSD
"I am cllillfhfl friglalenecl our of my .reren .re1z5eJ."
Knitting Club 1, Red Cross Club 35 journalism 1, 2,
3, fAssistant Editorj 4.
"To work, or not lo work? That ir the q11e.rtiozz."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Nature Club 13 Boys Chef
Club lg Victory Corps 15 Art Club fPresidentj 2:
Christmas Play Z: Masque and Sandal 3g Football 43
RICHARD PETERMAN QU
LUELLA PIELL qzp
"She lozer if all-ber work, laer play.
Mixed Chorus 2.
HENRY PLESNARSKI Q35
"Hank" XYhitel1ouse Station
"W'e mel him in Seplemlaer
and liked him all lloe year."
Transferred from Dickinson H. S., jersey City in
September 1945. Lab. Assistants. 4.
DOROTHY POTTS C45
"Laugh and be gay, tomorrou' if 41lI0ll787' day."
Gift Club lg Library Club 2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN PYATT fij
"Solver, but no! .Y6l'l0llJ',' Quiet, but noi idle,"
Knitting Club lg Red Cross Club 3.
DORIS H, RAMALHO f6j
"She ua: a rrlaolar anal a riglal good onef'
Smdenf Voice 1, 2, 54 Nature Study 1, Mixed Chorus
1g Hockey 1, 25 Fresh. Basketball 1, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3g Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Foreign Language
Club 35 Girls' Leader Corps 4, Echo Qliditorj 45
Honor Society 4.
HAROLD REAMER up
"All great men are dying and
I alofff feel Jo well llIyJ'8lf.H
Pinochle Club 1g Lab. Assistants 3, 4g Eel:
ELEANOR REPER gap
"Where lherebr a will llnerelr a u'ay.'
Library Club 1, 25 Echo 4.
RAY RICHARDS Q15
.'Vll'giIZiJ,.f little "Ray" of 5in1.fhi11e."
Forensic Club lg Model Airplane 1, Tumbling Club
2, Echo 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 23 Lab. Assistants
3, 4: Traffic Corps 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Class
President 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4.
ROBERT RINGER qzp
iiG6IIill.f if lhe capacity for aroicliizg hard workf
Current Events Club 1, Boys' Glee Club lg Class
Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Future
Farmers of America 2, 3, QPresidentj 4, Echo 4,
Traffic Corps 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Victory Corps 2,
Honor Society 4.
HARRY ROCKAFELLOW Q35
"Fil walk 20 miles for Midge."
Current Events Club 1, Future Farmers of America
2, Lab. Assistants 3, 4, Echo 4, Traffic Corps 4.
MICHAEL JOHN SCHEIER Q45
"Mick" Stanton Station
"Dark eyei. and dark laair, tall and lnaizdromeg
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Cooking Club 1, Tumbling
Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Future
Farmers of America 4,
GERTRUDE E. SCHEPERS CSD
To 618110116 rbe brings good cheer,
and ro we like to have ber near."
Transferred from Clinton High School in October
1941. junior Red Cross Club 3.
LOUIS GEORGE SERRIDGE QGQ
"1 IIETEI' let my .rtlidiey iiiierfere zvilh my education."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4g Tumbling Club 2,
Future Farmers of America 4.
RITA CLAI BARBARA SHINKEL f7j
"Mischief liirky in every dimplef'
Library Club 1 g Chorus 2, 4, Girls' Leader Corps 4.
Library Club 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Language
lilzllijffllg high and happy."
PHYLLIS SOKOL Q15
EUGENE SOLTYS qzp
"Gr0u'lb fr Ike only eridezzre of life."
Know Your Money Club 1g Current Events Club 1:
Game Club 2g Radio Club 2.
RosLYN M. SOMER Q53
"Your :vii makex olberf willy."
Nature Club 1 1 Current Events Club 1g Student Coun-
cil 2, 33 Foreign Language Club 3g Echo 2, 3, 4
journalism 3, 45 Smdezzt Voice 4.
MARIAN STENABAUGH Q4j
"Ha1'i11g myrelf az lime."
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club 1, 2g Library
Club 1g Operetta lg Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Foreign Lan-
guage Club 3g School pianist 2, 3, 4.
JEAN TAYLOR Q53
"Sire Cdllll add, but .flue can dirlraflf'
Transferred from Sewanhaha High School, Long ls
land in September 1944. Basketball 4.
.IEAN TEETS my
,ILVIUIIIEII of few 1l'07'dJ' are Ike inert."
Knitting Club 2, Arts and Crafts 2g Language 3
JUNE DAY TIMBERLAKE up
"lY'be1z .the if 011 hand. ll1e1'e',r mirrhief afoolf'
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g Echo 2.
JACK TINE QU
"With graceful Jtepf he walks the Jtreetr
and rmiler at all the girly be meetrf'
Lab. Assistants 3, 49 Football 23 Tumbling 2g Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 23 Erho 4.
MARGARET TRAYNOR CZD
"Ki1m'11e.s'J maker ber many frierzdrf'
Transferred from North Plainfield High School in
September 1944. Red Cross Club 33 Erlm 4.
SHIRLEY VOORHEES Q53
"Blondie" XYhitehouse Station
"Little uvmzen are datzgerom thitzgxf'
Knitting Club 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2g Girls' Leader
Corps 1, 4g Key Klickers 3. 4.
CONQETTA vUoNo 449
"A flared mouth mtrher 720 flier."
Mixed Chorus 1g Knitting Club 1g Gift Club 23
Cooking Club 3.
RAYMOND ZIELSTORFI' fij
"Friend than art, but rtudent than weft never."
Pichochle Club 15 Tumbling Club 25 Mixed Chorus
ALBINA ZYLSTRA C61
"Youth :Omer but onre in ez life time."
Knitting Club fPresidentj lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
45 Student Voire 5,
First row: Betty Hartpence, Robert Ringer, Erma Lambert, Ray Richards, June Abegg.
Second row: Margery Hartpence, Marjorie Haas. Missing: Doris Ramalho,
The Hnnm' Smzinly
The purposes of the Flemington High School Honor Society, which is a
chapter of the National Honor Society, are to develop character, promote lead-
ership and service, and create interest in scholarship. The upper fifth of the
Senior class is eligible and the members are chosen by the Faculty Advisory
Council and the high school faculty, who elect forty per cent of that fifth.
The candidates are judged on the basis of Scholarship, Character, Service, and
The members are given an impressive inititation ceremony in assembly.
Four members of the faculty speak to them on the requirements for member-
ship. The members then light candles which form the letters "S" for Scholar-
ship, "C" for Character, "S" for Service, and "L" for Leadership. After they
light the candles, the members repeat the Honor Society Pledge and are given
the gold key of the society by the President of the Board of Education.
The members of the National Honor Society receive threefold benefits.
First, the privilege of being a member of a national organization, second the
opportunity to obtain financial loans to further their education, and third mem-
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June E. Abegg ...... . Horses ....,,--,,,,,, ,N
Emma Allegar ...... . Doing Homework ........
Marion R. Bachmann . Taking a year of Shorthand -.
Clorinda Barbieri .... .
Arthur Barrick ..... .
Dick Brown ........ .
Fred Clemente ...... .
A. Marie Conover
George Curtis ...... .
Fred Deemer ....... .
Bob Denbigh ---
Susanna Devoe ..... .
---. Late Hours .... ---
Doris Dilts ........ .
Lois Dickson ---
Late hours ...... ---
Raising Cain ......,,,,,,
Flirting with girls ........
Coming in after 3 A.M. ---
.Wouldn't you like to know?-
Not Doing Homework ....
Neckmg ............ .,,.
Getting in late at night ....
Driving without a license
Mine own modesty
Staying out late ---
Roger Dilts ........ . Getting home late --
Helen Emmons ..... .
Jackie Ferris ....
Jim Free .......... .
Blanche Garbow .... .
Walter Gellner ...... .
Betty E. Goodell .... .
Robert Grofl' ....... .
Don Gulick ....
Doris Gulick ..--
Marjorie Haas ---
Alex Haritos ....
Gloria E. Harris -
Betty Hartpence .... .
Gerry Hartpence .... .
Oliver M. Headley
Lois A. Henzler .... .
Peggy Higgins ...... .
Eva Hoff .......... .
Elaine Holcombe ---.
Liz Kadezabek ...... .
Ann Kempf ........ .
Joyce Kline --
Grace Krom ....
Giggling ..... - ....
Late hours .....
---. Day dreaming ---
Skipping school ..... ---.
Gigglmg .... ........,. L ,,
Whistling at Teachers ..... .
Temper ............. --,
Being late to school --- ---
Getting caught playing .... 1
hookey in 1944
Y 8 ------- - --
Driving ....,,,,,, ,--,- , -
Getting demerits ..... ----.
1 ' ' ea , 1
I fall in love too sily
2A. M. ............ ....
3rd to reverse ---
at 50 m. p. h.
Making speeches --- ---
Coming to school --- ---
Draining the water
Driving .......... , ,,,
Asking for the car --- ---.
Which one? ....... ---.
Watching the clock --- -,,.
I forgot ............ ,-.. . ,.
Wolfin' around ......... ..
Being "Melick's Woman"
Day dreaming .........., .
Chewing gum ....... ---
Getting home late .... ---
I don't remember --- ---.
Horses ........ - - - .
Hamburgers -- ---.
Marines .... ---.
Men - .... ---.
Women .... - ---.
Girls ................ .
Wine, Women, Song ---.
Girls ................ .
Baseball Games ....... .
Cars ............ ---.
Women -- ---.
A real red headed boy --.
Men ................. .
.1 - yy
Junie .............. .
Not doing homework --.
I can cry as fast as .... .
I can laugh
A Sailor ........ ---.
Curley hair and ...... .
Beautiful Girls --- ---.
New York ...... ---.
If I told you, you ...... .
wouldn't believe me
Ed. Corona --- -..-.
Blondes -- ---.
Tall men ............ .
Lawrenceville Prep .... .
Girls ................ .
Marines, ........ - -- .
Sleeping late .......... .
Strapless evening gowns
Making speeches ...... .
"Aggie" ........ ---.
Football players ....... .
Marine fD. HJ ...... .
Mims .............. .
Doing homework with -.
the radio on
Homework ........... .
Don't mention it ..... .
Men ................. .
Oh! Boy! .....
Paratroopers ..... ---.
Talk, talk, talk ....... .
Square Dances --- -.
Giggling ...... '
Bumping into people'---
Forgetting to remember --- ----
my locker combination
Came of Dealla
------ Driving a car
Ask the coroner
after my funeral
Nothing .......... ................. E nglish
Coming home late ......
Not doing homework ....
Tall, lank, and lean figure
Going to Lambertville ......
You worry too much .... ....
Going to Lambertville ....
Sweet smile, black ......
Giggling .... -
Cooking and dancing ..........
Homework and Teachers
Homework and Teachers
------------ English IV
Quitting the A 8: P
---- A Nurse
--- Pappy, who is
---- Mrs. Nothstein
Fear and Worries
Telling the truth ........ Having people lie to me
Dancing .......... ............... O verwork
Sleeping in class -s-- ....... Studying too much
Height ........... ................ S ervicemen
Managing Sports ...... I'll tell you when I'm dead
Living in Three Bridges .... --- Heart-Break
"Careful" driving ....... ......... D olores
Talking in second --- ..... "Little Boy Blue and
period study hall
"Snowhite" Qpolice carl
Gift of Gab .............. Too much homework
Getting to school at 8:599Z4 .............. Driving
Silly laugh ....... .- Mrs. Nothstein's English class
Red hair, horseback riding,
and low voice
Making speeches .......
Doing nothing effectively
Im not .................
---------- "The Life I
Tired of living
Blushing ................ --- Telephone Office
Blonde hair ...........
Going to Oldwick ....... .....
-------.. Dick Hall
Keeping quiet in English ...... Long Class periods
That wave in my hair ---
Oh! Boy! ......
Those sweaters ---
Long Hair ......
My laugh ---
Corny jokes ---
---1st. Period English
Erma Lambert ...... .
Robert Leichte ...... .
Pauline Levitsky .... .
Betty Lindabury .... .
Mary Anne Lyell .... .
joseph Maresca ..... .
Dorothy McCorkle ---.
Doris Melick ....... .
Rose Mina ---
Mildred Neff --
James Oakes ---
Olga Oleskiw .......
Louise A. Oiiashen
Jennie E. Otto ..... .
Rita Papastergiou .... .
Edna Peterman --
Dick Peterman ...... .
Luella Piell .....
Henry Plesnarski .... .
Mary Pyatt .....
Doris Ramalho ...... .
Harold Reamer ...... .
Ray Richards ---
Robert Ringer ....... .
Mickey Scheier ...... .
Louis Serridge ...... .
Rita Shinkel ....
Phyllis Sokol ---
Eugene Soltys ---
Roslyn Somer ....... .
jean Taylor ........ .
jean Teets .....
june Timberlake .... .
jack Tine ..... . .... .
Margaret Traynor .... .
Shirley Voorhees .... .
Concetta Vuono .... .
Ray Zielstorff ...... .
Albina Zylstra ...... .
I don't know ....
Not a criminal ---
Taking shorthand ---
Not working ............
Swearing on Sundays .,.---..
I'll tell you sometime .....
It's a secret .......
Playing hookey .....
Staying out too late --- ---.
Forgetfulness ............ .
Not getting homework .....
Homework ............. -
Having a big imagination
Trying to miss the bus ....
Dodging teachers ....
Going to school .........
Talking on telephone .....
No homework --- ---
Talking ......... ---
Homework ........ ---
Always being late .... ---
Pills ............ -- -- -
Day dreaming ...........
Talking in English class ---
Talking in classes .........
Wee hours ...... ---
Going to English --- ---
Eating .......... ---
Going to English --- --.
And how !
Making bets on ---
Missing the bus .... ---
Playing Hookey --- ---
Being born ..... ---
Day dreaming ---
I don't know
Talking ............. ---
Day dreaming in P.A.D. ---
Talking back ............
Playing hookey - -
"Crush:-s" .... --
"Artie" ....... -
My Buddy ....
Ice cream ....
Ray .... -
"Walt" ....... --
Trying to get up -
"Gene" ....... --
School teachers - - -
Ice cream sodas --
Corny jokes ......
Late hours ---
U. S. Navy ---
Miss Barre ......
My cartoonist man
Marines ...... ---
Chow Mein ....
Pool tables ---
Miss Barre ......
Western stories -
Miss Barre ......
A Lambertville guy
Hanging around U.
A. A. F. ......
Chocolate cake ---
"Bobby" ...... --
Root Beer sodas -
"junior" Huba! --
Chocolate cake ---
Women - .... ---
Going steady ---
Cause of DMU'
11 points ........... ----- W Omen
I Wish I knew .......... ----- H Omewnfk
janitress for Mr. Zoll .... .-.. B 10550111 Hill
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Playing left guard ........ ------ W Omen
R. L. V. ................. - .------ R. L- V,
Pictures in Rogue's gallery
Spare moments with Walt
Shortness ........ ---.-.-----
Laughing too much at times ....
Piano Playing ........... -
Brown Eyes ....
Giggling in school
------ Telephone othce
--nn ......... R. R.
-..---.. Old Age
-- Full schedules
Worrying about my hair
Huba, Huba, Huba .... Waiting for him to come
Talking in class --
Laughing .........---- -
--- ...... Teachers
--- Writing letters
Trips to New York City --- --- Riding bus
Dottie Pottie ............ --- P. A- D-
Eating .......... ...... - -- Algebra
Talking about anything, --- --- The E070
everything, and nothing
Pills ........... ....... .-.----- P i IIS
Nothing .......... ..... ---- E H glish IV
Being class president ...... .... S till living
Senior taking Agriculture .... -------- - - EH8liSh
"Midge" ............ ----
Getting demerits --
-- Trip to Milford
-..- joe's bus
--.--- --- Women
Only heaven knows ........ Waiting for the navy
Writing notes in French class .... Driver's license
Swimming .................. .-.--- E fl8liSl'l IV
My brother ...... --- Chemistry
Nickname "Stinky" - --- --- EngliSl1 IV
0 Boy! ..,.,,.... ............. L iterature
Spilling beets .... --- Meeting Mrs. Binder
without a pass
Chewing gum --- ....... Q .... Mrs. Nothstein
Corny jokes --- ....... English with Miss Barre
Not famous ........................ Chemistry
Having fun ...... Trying to keep up with someone
Doing homework .... ..............- R fading
Fishing .......... ................
Mush .... ....
Moonlight Becomes You
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
First row: Miss Barre, advisorg William McCorkle, Presidentg Vivian Velehradsky, Vice President.
Second row: Margaretta Hausman, Treasurerg Edna McPherson, Secretary.
.Iuninr Class History
The Class of ,47 spent its first non-war year in F. H. S. enjoying to the
fullest the benelits of peace. We experienced many changes in school this
year, not the least of which was the advent of Dr. Wayman as our new prin-
cipal. Our class, the largest to enter Flemington High in many years, was
always one of joiners, and we kept right on joining this year with barely a
club or organization without some member of our group in it.
We elected class officers and started to organize our class. We bought
our school rings which were attractive and original. We sponsored the junior
Prom and made it one of the most unusual and successful in years.
The return to peace widened the scope of interscholastic athletics, and
our class actively supported all the teams. As juniors we had plenty of work
as our classes became harder, but we kept up the good scholastic record we
had maintained in former years.
We now are anticipating with impatience our fourth and last year as
students of Flemington High School.
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First row: Lillian Borys, Frances Balik, -Ioan Bush, Betty
Daggett, Marjorie Barrick, Betty Burmester, Mary Eick,
Anna Dobozynski, Peggy Blank, Mary Fveritt. Second
row: Guy Bell, Henry Desnos, Albert Balelx, hir. Earle
Davison, advisor: Charles Curtis, Gilbert Carter, Rob-
ert Claus, Morris Barrick. Third row: Melvin Dvoor,
john BeIonsofT, Louis Bellera, Berlin Douglas, Wilbtii'
Conner, Robert Berdy.
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First row: Katie Hensel, Margaretta Hausman, -lean-
ette Gingell, Anna Frederaka, Mrs. Binder, advisor,
Rhoda Hughes, Louise Geczi, Laura Hart, Mildred
Hagen. Second row: Harry Hults, Elinor Fleming,
jo Ann Garis, Marion Fraass, Barbara Hagen, Virl
ginia Ewing, Patricia Flaherty. Third row: Donald
Fitzer, Francis Fillebrown, Dale Floyd, jordan Ewing,
George Higgins, Robert Hill. Missing: Ann Fenton,
David Haas, Ann Bonney Hall, Barbara Hartpence,
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
First row: Marjorie Voorhees, Presiclentg Doris Hampton, Vice President, Miss Andrus, advisor.
Second row: Marie Taylor, Treasurerg Dolores Thompson, Secretary.
Snphnmnrn Class Histury
This year found our class returning to F. H. S. with a new zest for peace
time activities. We had not faced the eventual leaving of our classmates for
the armed services and with most of the class intact we entered school life
with as much pep as ever.
A few weeks after school opened we set the social ball rolling by success-
fully sponsoring the Halloween Dance.
The rest of the school found that we had had elected: Doris Hampton
as president, Marjorie Voorhees as vice president, and Dolores Thompson as
secretary, while Marie Taylor took over the treasury.
Our hands dug into our pockets when we were asked to contribute to
the Red Cross Drive, the Infantile Paralysis Drive, and other charity funds.
With our Freshman year as the basis we entered wholeheartedly not only
into studies, but also sports. Our Sophomore Class was well represented on
the football, basketball, and baseball teams.
We finished the 1945-46 school year with the knowledge that we had
done the best we could at work and at play. We shall certainly look back
on our sophomore days with satisfaction for many years to come, but now we
look with confidence on to our third year at F. H. S.
Home Hnnm 2'
First row: Dorothy Plesnarslii, Dolores Thompson, Lor- fest, Manfried Wimlf, Richard Zaweta. Third row: Louis
raine Wfliite, Miss Duane, advisor, Marjorie Voorhees, Ulrich, Henry Strauss, Robert Zylstra, Alex WirszyI.i.
,loyce Trimmer, Alma Zielstorff. Second row: Louis Missing: Stanley Yard, Marjorie V.inl.ieu.
Van Roy, jerry Lenfest, Nancy Trimmer, Marie Len-
Hnme Hnnm 5
First row: Doris Cottrell, Angela Corona, Mary Barrick,
Shirley Bramiclc, Miss Cole, advisor, Betty Brokaw, Ma-
rilyn Cregar, Delores Cnlla, Carol Carter, Second row:
Williiiiii Bird, joyce Buhel, Shirley Cole, Margery Case,
Claire Caka, Marjorie Case, Catherine Bruckler, Twiarie
Barabas, Thomas Black. Third row: Myron Brost,
Clifford Creed, Clrence Owens, Brevoort Conover, jack
Baker, Harold Dalley, James Barrick, Bennett Avila, Ro-
bert Cronce. Missing: Wfilliam Alegar, Dorothy Bodine,
Mildred Cary, Allan Case, joe Cole, Sherwin Dalley.
Home Hnnm 5
l'irNt nuxri Ruger lfverill, Klarjurie lluaplland, Hetty llilts, llrulmx, 'llliiril row: .lark lfielll, vlatlx Ileiilmemgli, Ricllziril
lllaine llynnls. Mrs, Fregar, advisnrg janet Fink, Mary lluuek, llnnalml xllllx, Ni-rman Hand, tiarl llwckenlnnry,
lk-vm-, Alice l'attnn, Stanley lie:-mer. Second rnw: xvllllifllll Charles Leon, hluxeph Fnst. Miwing: llnris lll'llNUll, .'xllll'l'l
Qverliardt, Anna llenlvf, Helen lffwter, Audrey llnlcrmilme, lfnea, Ruxsell lfiwlier, Harvey llarbmx, Henry flluvahlxy
lnne Fink, Dori- llaniptnn. farul .lean llopper, ,lulm Oivvlex H1-rr, Frank Navarrri.
Hume Hnum 7
I'irNt rrvw: -lusepll Kliller, Ylsvselvliinv Nell, lletty Klanx Mary Kistner, llrvria Kline, Mary Xlelirlx, 'llnny Hina. 'l'liiral rim'
ulinxml, Mr. l,n1lge, zulviwrg lleralclnic Mill-N, lmlnre- lfarle lgawwnii, Marvin Knlil. Ruclnlpli Ku-l1N..lnliii l,iNlwmr-
Xlvlmwpll 'l'l1g-renal Knlzllauwqiiv AHR.,.tMi11e,-- Seqmnl row: aclxi, .Xntlinny Xlarlzlelena, lialverl M1-4:l'm'. Kliviiiuj Xlzu'
'fniil Mai'v.'n'zi. Marie Malxzirirli, Shirley l,Hllll7l'l'K, Helly jl'l'lE' Nlalllexxx, Henry Knlll.
Hume Hnum 25
llullmii row: .lark l'ain!er, lela Mac l'icll, Virginia Rhine- Rntll l'nrtei', lletty l'rvclnxinLle, Yvviice l':m'ifi, ,li-wpli
llarl Greta Rixinger, -lean Snyrler. Xanry Teinlwleman, Irene Slwezl. Tliirml rnw: llifslx Ramalln-, Iflnyml l'rall, lfclwznml
l'mlaylm, lfililli Reafmier, Rillli Qllillll, llfify RE11wHHEI', lid- Searle, lfrie Rnilin, Maier Snlf-ni-un, lfnueiie Taylor, Mn-rwn
xraril Samuel. Secmul row: Kenneth Sclimnp, Nlanuelita Tmnean, ,li-lin Scliwenilerinan. .Xngn-1 IR-tm-iw. Xlisxing
l'n'l'e7, Helen Rezixuiler, Xlarie 'I'a5lfur, Marp::ai'et Svliuilllw, .Robert Roper. ,lwan Rwxqerf. llvnry Snyiler, Helen Sfnlinl.
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FRESHMAN CLAss OFFICERS
Margaret Haver, Presidentg James Gess, Vice Presidentg Elsie Schulz, Sc-cremry.
Missing: Ronald Osmun, Treasurerg Mrs. Zuegner, Advisor.
Freshman Class History
An interesting event takes place in Flemington High School at the begin-
ning of every school year. That is, a new class is introduced to the ways of
high school life.
Our freshman class has found no trouble in becoming acquainted with
F. H. S. We are well represented in the Student Council, some of our mem-
bers went out for Masque and Sandal, and some joined the Library and the
Public Relations clubs. Our class was also represented in the Student Coun-
cil play. We planned and held the Valentine dance and it was a grand success.
Many of the boys went out for football, basketball, and baseball. The
girls participated in the intra-mural basketball games. On january 14th we
held an election for our first year's class officers. When the ballots were
counted we found that our president was Margaret Haver, our vice-president
was James Gess, Elsie Schulz was our secretary, and Ronald Osmen our treat--
We are confident that we, the class of 1949, have made a line start on
our journey through four years of healthy, happy learning in Flemington High
Hume Hnnm 1
First row: ,lack Bodine, -lane Curtis, Ann Christopher, haum. Third row: Victor Barhieri, Richard Fichlin,
Martha Cronee, Mrs. Zuegner, advisor, Barhara Apgar, Frank Carter. Martin Faekleman, Salvadore Billera, W'ill-
Cflela Bloom, Virginia Conover, Elsie Caleagno, Wfilliam ian Silvers, Rohert Diener. Fourth row: George Brin-
Adams. Second row: Wfarren Dotterer, Floyd Bishop, ton, Charles Bush, Runlile Bush, Kenneth Fisher, Hugh
Charlotte Black, Marion Wfinholt, Doris Compton, Betty Capelle. Missing: Donald Burrell, Carolyn Cressy, Ken-
Cfompton, Betty Srhmelz, Vivian Bordueei, Martin Birn- neth Snyder.
Hume Hnnm H
First row: Richard Kennedy, Beverly Jones, Wfilma
Krinic, Mary Ann Kelly, Mrs. Godley, advisor, Gladys
Gerha Charlotte Alohn. Georgia jarmson, Henry Hornung,
Second row: ,lack Free, Catherine Fpperly, Margaret
Haver, Bernice DeConinelc, Shirley Foley, Joan Gregory,
Rohert Higgins, Standish Hartman. Third row: Wfesley
German, Arthur Kolakowski, Carlton Ferris, Fred Ko-
phazy, ,lohn Herman, Charles Gutschmidt, Phillip
Gamha, Franklin Holdridge. Fourth row: Archie Hilde-
hrant, Williriiii Foster, Dean Guliclc, Harry johnson,
LeRoy Fleming, Wfilliam Lang, blames Hall. Missing:
james Gess, Dorothy Griffith, john Klaus.
Hume Hnnm 9
First row: hlatilda Longo, Dorothy Norwich, Elizabeth
Headley, ,loyce Porter, Mr. Hand. advisor, 'loan Mat-
thews, Helen Russell, lNlarjorie Saunders. Mary Marsh,
Donald Peterson, Second row: Ronald Hotliman, Paul
Yauerland, Rudy l.autner, Mary Luster, -lean Mencheli.
-lohanna Mansch, john Mika, Frank Luster, Third row:
Ronald Osmun, Freeman Leaming, Clyde Mount, Louis
Pizi, Raymond Rosswaag, Freddie Redling, 'lohn Quick.
XXfilliam Rinehart. Missing: Flossie Myers, -lames Os-
micli, Helen Radonslii. Alice Rc-per, Agnes Roth.
Home Hmmm llfl
First row: Elsie Schulz, Evelyn Simerson, Martha Stover,
Marian Sutphin, Mrs. Huenecke, advisor, Marilyn Zan-
etti,, Nancy Totten, joyee Sine, Violet Szwed. Second
row: Vlfilliam Mathews, Edward Wgilters, Margaret Es-
cok, Edith Schroedel, Bernice Strimple, 'Iennie Slisz,
Marilyn Zeliflt, Ronald Wetzel, Peter Tedeschi, Edward
Yurowski. Third row:Rudolf Hudecek, Charles Sherman,
Paul Wlaldron, Paul Wfilliamson, Carl Zalizexxslci, -lacoh
Suydam, HughZeliff, Kenneth Thompson, Norman
Schultz. Fourth row: john Soltys, Maurice Coyle, How4
arcl Teets, Fred Hudecek, joseph Sowsian. Missing:
Arthur Day, Peter Myers, Edna Wliitc-l1e.1cl, Mildred
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First row: lletty Lindehnry, Eva lloff, June Abegg, Miss
Riggin, advisory XYalter Gellner, Betty llartpence, Virginia
lXlcl'hersun, Marjorie llaas, Margery llartpence. Second
row: Marie Rlakariek, litlna McPherson, Peggy Black, Ros'
lyn Sinner, Doris Melick, Betty Kistner, Marie Conover.
llclvn jungblnt, Anne Moreau, Barbara llartpence, Joyce
Kline, Marzaretta llausman, Vivian Yelebradsky, Shirley
Lainbert. 'I'hii'rl ruw: Tony Mina, Ray Richards, Jack Tinc.
Guy Bell, Robert.Ringer, llenry Kuhl, Henry Rockafellow.
Arthur llay, Donald Robinson, Donald Gnlick, Fred Deemer,
XVilliam McCurkle, Fred Clemente. Missing: Charlotte
Black, Betty Uilts, Jeannette Cinpzell, Oliver Headley, Lois
Henzler, Grace Kroxn, Ifrina Lambert. Betty Preckwinkle,
Doris Rarnalho, Bernice Strimple, jean Teets.
Eva Hoff Doris Melick
Betty Kistner Tony Mina
Henry Kuhl Anne Moreau
Marie Conover Joyce Kline
Eva Hoi? - Grace Krom
june Abegg Tony Mi-in
First row: Marjorie Haas, Agnes Roth, Joyce Kline, Nancy Totten, jack Baker, Paul Waldrimn, Williaiiii Mc
Margery Hartpence, Edna McPherson, Marion Stena- Corkle. Third row: Eugene Hildebrant, Roger Sargent
baugh, Mrs. Zuegner, advisorg Second row: james Gess, Missing: George Brinton, Marie Makarick, 'leanette Gin
Louis VanRoy, Guy Bell, Doris Denson, joan Rogers, gell, Elsie Weiss.
The Student Council is the organization through which the student body
cooperates with the principal and the faculty in meeting the problems of the
school. ,ults main aim is to promote school spirit and leadership.
Theofhcers of the Student Council for the year 1945-46 are the following:
Preyideutz MARGERY HARTPENCE Secretary: EDNA McPHi2RsoN
Trea.vu1'er: JOYCE KLINE
During the past school year the Student Council has aided many public
welfare. organizations. The Red Cross Drive, the Elwood jones Fund, and
thealnfantile Paralysis Drive were held with excellent response from the stu-
deiit body. The Victory Loan Campaign had a successful four weeks in the
Flemington High School.
The Student Council is responsible for school entertainment and during
the course of the year it has acquired speakers and movies for assembly pro-
grams. It also sponsored the mystery comedy entitled "The Red Lamp,"
directed by Mrs. Zuegner, council advisor.
F The governmental group also has purchased many records for noon hour
dancing and has reopened the Game Room, now equipped with new outfit-
tings for which the council is responsible.
This organization helps with school elections by having the ballots print-
ed and by helping the faculty advisors tabulate the returns. A Lost and Found
Bureau, where students can turn in articles found or reclaim lost articles, has a
been of great assistance to the students. The Student Council has news boards
in each homeroom upon which the events of the coming week are listed for
the information of the student body. Locker inspections were made by mem-
bers of the Student Council to aid in the protection of student property.
This governmental group is a main factor in the organization of the
school, without it the school could not function properly.
First row: Vivian Velehradslcy, Mildred Neff, Mary Pizi, Marjorie Hass, Margery Hartpence, Bebe Morris. Third
jo Ann Garis, Barbara Hartpence, Elsie Weiss, Mildred row: Williain McCorkle, Harry Rockafellow, Robert
Hagan, Marjorie Voorhees. Second row: Laura Hart, Ringer, David Haas, Mr. Davison, advisorg Ray Rich-
Edna McPherson, Margaretta Hausman, Anne Moreau, ards. Missing: Oliver Headley, Betsy Miller.
The Traftic Corps is composed of students whose duties are to direct and
supervise traffic on the stairs and in the halls during the changing of classes.
They also usher students to their respective seats in assemblies Each period
a member of the corps is on duty at the main entrance to receive and direct
Arm bands are furnished to the corps to designate members and are to be
worn while on duty.
Members are chosen by a committee of students and the adviser. They
are selected on their scholastic standing, ability to take responsibility, and elli-
ciency. If at any time a member fails to live up to these standards he is auto-
Meetings are held only in case of emergency. The group acts as a unit,
therefore there are no oflicers. Mr. H. Earle Davison is the faculty advisor.
First row: Wzilter Hausman, Wzilter Gellner. Gloria
Harris, Marjorie Haas, Ruth Lodge, Miss Barre, ad-
visor, Anne Moreau, Mrs. LeMonn, advisor, Roslyn
Somer, Peggy Black, Donald Robinson. Second row:
-lune Abegg, Betty Lindabury, Doris Melick. Helen
jungblut, Virginia Hynds, Barbara Hagen, Marie Walsli.
Ann Tolischus, Barbara Hartpence, Betsy Miller, Ann
Fenton, Vivian Valeradsky, Edna McPherson. Third
row: Derrick Williiimscmn, Eugene Hildabrant, Laird
Kinaird, David Haas, Richard Malanaphy, Richard Mec-
han, William McCorkle. Missing: Virginia McPherson,
Shirley LaTourette. Guy Bell, Margery Hartpence, Ronald
Wetzel, Anna Fedaraka, Fred Lentine, Elizabeth Kade-
zabek, Tony Mina, Nancy Trimmer.
The name of this magazine is symbolic of its place in the school because.
through it, pupils have an opportunity to express opinions on many topics and
propose improvements or changes which seem advisable to them.
Material is prepared by English classes in connection with their regular
studies. By writing original topics the students are given a chance to use
their creative ability. Work on the staff of this magazine gives students an
opportunity to gain a practical knowledge of the steps by which a school mag-
azine is published.
As there is no Art instructor at Flemington High this year, the Art Staff.
under Donald Robinson, is responsible for the art work done.
The Key Klickers are an important part of Student Voice. This group
handles all mechanical details in connection with production, such as typing,
stencil cutting, and binding. This work is supervised by Mrs. Blanche P.
Miss Mary E. Barre is faculty advisor. Anne Moreau is editor-in-chief
and Roslyn Somer, assistant editor.
First row: Mrs. LeMonn, advisorg Joyce Kline, Anna Ann Fenton, Ann Tolischus. Third row: Emma Allegar,
Kempf, Emma Wrildrmwn, 'Iennie Otto, Eva Hoff, Frances Betty Burmester. Helen Sedlowski, Pauline Levitsky.
Balik, Rhoda Hughes, Shirley l.aTourette, Doris Kroni- Marie Yard, Erma Lambert, Marie Conover, Helen
naier. Second row: Louise Orashen, Rose Mina, Blanche Kozicki, jane Wurst, Irene Sledzewsky, Virginia Hynds,
Garbow, Shirley Voorhees, Gloria Harris, Kate Hensel, Ruth Lodge. Missingi Marion Bachmann, Theresa Foray.
The Key Klickers were organized in 1932 by Mrs. Blanche P. LeMonn.
Since then the club has functioned splendidly under her leadership and guid-
ance. Membership is open to all students of the Typing II class and those
who formerly have completed the course.
The Key Klickers meet Wfednesday during the Activity period. XXfhen
work is plentiful, however, a member may work at all times during the day.
The responsibility for the mechanics connected with the publication of
the Sflzdwzl Voice. as well as the typing of material for our year book, the Eclw.
has been the work of the club. Mimeographing examinations, play programs,
announcements, and many other items needed by teachers and the school OlTlC6
are also the work of the members.
The ofificers are: President, Joyce Klineg Vice President, Erma Lambertg
Secretary, Eva Hotfg Business Manager. Gloria Harris.
First row: Williaim Sabo, Allan Case, Mr. Lodge, advisor,
Robert Ringer, joseph Fust. Second row: Melvin Dvoor,
Donald Fitzer, Vfalter Kaim, Floyd Prall, Earle Lawson,
Robert Reper, Roger Evc-ritt, Edward Walters, Henry
Desnos, Willizirn Mathews .Third row: Manfried Wtslfe,
Carl Hochenbury, Robert Zylstra, jordan Ewing, Bre-
voort Conover, Michael Scheier, Marvin Kuhl, Louis
Serridge, Kenneth Snyder. Missing: Eric Rodin.
Future Farmers Uf I-lmerilza
Learning to do - Doing to Learn
Earning to live - Living to Serve
The purpose of this organization is to inculcate a love of nature and coun-
try life, promote thrift, develope leadership, scholarship, and to establish the
confidence of the farm boy in himself and his work.
The organization was founded in 1917 for farm boys enrolled in voca-
tional argiculture courses throughout the United States and is a National club.
The Flemington Chapter was formed in 1929, and has been operating since.
The colors selected by F. F. A. are corn yellow on a national blue back-
ground. For the symbols appearing on the emblem, the group selected the
owl, which signifies wisdom, the plow, which signifies labor and tillage of
the soil, and the rising sun, which signifies progress in agriculture. Only
those enrolled in vocational agriculture are eligible to join.
The Flemington Chapter has won many banners and cups in the past and
hopes to win many in the future. It is now planning to enter several state
The club officers are: President, Robert Ringer, Vice President, William
Sabo, Secretary, Joseph Fust, Treasurer, Allan Case, Watch Dog, Eric Rodin,
Faculty Adviser. Mr. Lodge.
First row: jack Tine, David Fairbanks, Louis Billera. ard Van Fleet, Harry Rockafelow. Third row: George
Richard Malanaphy, Waiyne Thomas, Henry Plenarski, Curtis, Robert Denbeigh, Mr. Zoll, advisorg Harold
jack Verme. Second row: Ray Richards, Richard Meehan, Reamer, David Haas, Roger Sargent.
Charles Bentzinger, Robert Ringer, August Roth, Rich-
The laboratory assistants of our school are junior and Senior boys who
are either taking or have taken Physics or Chemistry. The boys perform
various tasks in the laboratory such as mending equipment and making sure
that the chemicals and the equipment for experiments in both the chemistry
and physic classes are out and in their proper places on laboratory days.
The boys also do such commonplace work as polishing the tables, clean-
ing sinks, and making apparatus to replace broken equipment.
Recently dark shades were purchased and installed in the laboratory.
These shades help in making experiments and also enable movies to be shown
to the club.
When the weather permits the club enjoys out door sports such as foot-
ball and softball. The laboratory boys generally challenge the Future Farmers
Eof America to a softball game.
The club's aim is to acquaint the members with equipment of the labora-
tory, promote a greater interest in the sciences, and develop better chemists
and physicists for the future. a
The club is under the supervision of Mr. Harry Zoll.
First row: Betty Kistner, Emma Waldrtxn, Doris Hamp-
ton, Betsy Miller, Shirley LaTourette, Miss Magidson,
advisor. Second row: Anne Moreau, Vivian Velehrad
sl-cy, Peggy Black, Elsie Weiss, Mary Fveritt, Ann Bon
ney Hall. Third row: Oliver Headley, Kenneth Schomp,
Walter Hausman, Charles Curtis, Donald Robinson, -lack
Baker, Tommy Black, Fred Clemente. Missing: Fdna
Masque and Sandal
The purpose of this club is to create a real appreciation of dramatic art
in school and to give those interested in dramatics an opportunity to get a start.
One way that the club attains its aims is by a presentation of a play of
one or more acts during the school year.
The method through which a person may become a member of the club
is by giving a successful tryout before the faculty advisor. Members are cho-
sen for their dramatic ability, property and stage managing, costuming and
make up. This year the number of club members was limited to twenty to
make a more facile working group.
The schedule for this year includes work on speech, diction, staging,
poise, actual production of a three act play and a one act play, a trip to New
York to see one of the legitimate theatre productions, and social events such
as a picnic.
Masque and Sandal has a new faculty adviser this year, Miss Norma
The oflicers of the club are: President, Fred Clemente, Vice President,
Edna McPhersong Secretary, Anne Moreau, Treasurer, jack Baker.
First row: ,loycc liuhel, Rose Kadezahek, Ann Bonney Rose Mina, Third row: Virginia McPherson, Elizabeth
Hall, Betsy Miller, Doris Ramalho, Irene Podayko, Kadezabelc, Marjorie Haas, Anna Kempf, Elaine Hynds,
Shirley Bramich. Second row: Miss Riggio, advisorg Erma Lambert, Rita Shinkel, Vivian Vclehradsky. Miss-
l.ouise Ceczi. Dolores Colla, Shirley Voorhees, Mildred ing: Mildred Wilsnwn, Marie Taylor, Venice Patrizi, Betty
Nc-H, Louise Orashcn, Doris Mathews, Bebe Morris, Goodell, Helen -lungblut.
Girls' Leaders Cnrps
The Leaders' Corps was organized in September, 1935. The girls who
make up the corps are the gymnasium captains and squad leaders. These
girls believe that there is a sport or game for every girl, not just for the few
who excel. They believe that every girl should be given an opportunity to
participate in sports according to her interests and ability.
The purposes of this organization are to foster clean sportmanship, to
promote active participation of all girls in Inter-murals, and to try to arouse
an interest in games calling for team work. They supervise activities and
keep order during class.
Girls' Leader Corps members arrange to referee the games, keep score,
and run intra-mural meets. Our Physical Education Instructor, Miss Riggio,
acts as advisor.
First row: Esther Russell, Dorothy Potts, Elaine Hynds, Shirley Lambert Third row: Anna Herder, Mrs. Wa
Betty Dilts, Doris Kline, Doris Dilts, Greta Risinger. ters, librarian: Doris Compton. Missing: Warren Dot
Second row: Mildred Hagan, Rhoda Hughes, Paul Wil- terer, Betty Goodell.
lianison, Louise Geczi, Alma Zielstorff, Dolores Curtis,
The Library Club is composed of sixteen members, who perform many
valuable services in the library, such as filing, straightening books, displaying
books, helping to prepare new books for circulation, and any other tasks the
librarian may have.
The tasks these members perform free the librarian so that he may de-
vote his time to reading, guidance, reference work, and other duties.
The club provides experience and training for those interested in a li-
The ofhcers are: President, Betty Goodellg Vice President, Rhoda Hughes:
Secretary-Treasurer, Doris Dilts.
l-irst row: Marilyn Cregar. Doris Cottrell, Marie Yard, Louis Pizi, Donald Burrell, Arthur Day, Margery Cisc
loscph Chaloupecky, Anna Herder, Henry Kuhl, Robert Marian Stenabaugh, Mrs. D'Emidio, advisor William
Bcrdy Second row: William' Rinehart, Robert Higgins, Silvers. Missing: Jack Painter.
Ntinlu Yard, Charles Gutschmidt, Carol .lean Hopper.
This year the orchestra, which is under the direction of Mrs. Louise A.
D'Emidio, has acquired several new members.
During the year the orchestra has played when the student body marched
into the auditorium for assembly. It has furnished the music for the "Choral
Club" programs during which everyone has had a good time singing old and
The orchestra has played for several special programs during the year
including the Parent's Visiting Night in November, a Pep Rally druing the
football season, between the acts of plays, Parent's Visiting Night in the
Spring, and for the marching of the Seniors at Commencement.
Before the end of the year Mrs. D'Emidio expects to add more string
instruments to it. The orchestra rehearses during the sixth period on Tuesday
The members are Robert Berdy, Robert Higgins, jack Painter, Stanley
Yard, William Rinehart, Anna Herder, Arthur Day, Carol jean Hopper, Louis
Pizi, Donald Burrell, Doris Cottrell, Charles Gutschmidt, joseph Chaloupecky,
Marian Stenabaugh, Margery Case, and William Silvers. Other players who
give their services are: Marie Yard, Marilyn Cregar, and Dorothy Bodine.
Louis Pizi. Donald Burrell, Carol Jean Hopper, Arthur Day, joseph Chaloupecky, Henry Kuhl,
Williiim Silvers, Robert Berdy, Doris Cottrell, Marilyn Cregar, Stanley Yard, Charles
Gutschmidt, .lack Painter, Robert Higgins, Wlilliam Rinehart. Advisor: Mrs. Nothstein.
A Military Band was formed last tall under the direction of Mrs. Noth-
stein. The band meets every Monday and Thursday for practice.
During practice periods marches and concert numbers are played. The
members are looking forward to playing for different sports events and would
like to give a concert sometime during the year. They have played for the
student body to march into the auditorium several times this year.
Members of the band are Donald Burrell, Carol Hopper, and Louis Pizl,
clarinetsg Doris Cottrell, Marilyn Cregar, and Charles Gutschmidt, trombonesp
jack Painter, Bill Rinehart, Robert Higgins, and Stanley Yard, trumpets:
Arthur Day, saxaphoneg Joseph Chaloupecky, mellophoneg Henry Kuhl, Ro-
bert Berdy, and Bill Silvers, drums.
Seated: Carol jean Hopper, Robert Higgins, Robert Berdy, Henry Kuhl.
Standing: Elsie Schaadt, Henry Snyder, Doris Cottrell, Mrs. D'Emidio, advisorg Arthur Day, XVilliam Adams
The Dance Band's requirements are that a member have an interest in
music, be willing to co-operate with a group, and play an instrument well.
The group enjoys playing the popular songs of the day and is a part
ef the "Choral Club" programs. Its instruments consist of: two trombones,
one trumpet, one alto saxophone, drums, string bass and piano.
The members are: Carol jean Hopper, Arthur Day, Henry Kuhl, Robert
Berdy, William Adams, Elsie Schaadt, Robert Higgins, Henry Snyder, and
The faculty advisor is Mrs. Louise D'Emido.
First row: Marjorie Haas, Anne Moreau, Ann Bonney Second row: Roslyn Somer, Paul Sauerland, Henry lxuhl
Hall, Miss Cole, advisorg Edna Peterman, Ann Fenton, Tony Mina, Margaretta Hausman. Missing: Robert Rm
Peggy Black, ger, Venice Patrizi.
Through this active club, news of Flemington High School is presented
to the public, through the devices of the press.
Membership is open to any pupil in the high school. Members are as-
signed various school activities to write up, such as stories based on interviews
with teachers,visitors to the school, assemblies, and athletic-events. Articles
fare corrected by the editors and turned over to the Key Klickers, who are
under the supervision of Mrs. Blanche P. LeMonn. These clickers of the keys
type the articles which are sent to the Huzzlerdmz County Dezlzocml to be
published in the 'iSchool News" section.
In 1936 the group was formally organized under a written constitution.
Mr. D. Howard Moreau, editor of the Huzztewiofz County Democmt, gave in-
structions at one of the first meetings for novice writers. In the past years,
Mr. Moreau has presented pins to those who succeed in having 25 inches or
more published in the newspaper.
The club's oflicers for this year are:
Editor'-in-chief: ANN BONNEY HALL
A.ffi.rmuf Editor: EDNA PETERMAN
Faculty Advisor: Miss WINIFRED COLE
First row: Elsie Weiss, Barbara Hartpence, Joyce ron. Third row: jo Ann Garis, Mary Eick, Betty Kist
Buhel. Second row: Betsy Miller, Dolores Colla, Mar- ner, Miss Riggio, advisor. Missing: .Ioyce Trimmer
glare! blarmson, Rose Mina, Lois Henzler, Emma Willtl- Edna McPherson.
Organized cheering plays a large part in the .fall and winter sports in
Flemington High School. The Cheerleaders are required to practice every
week, with extra practice before pep meetings. l h
M The Cheerleaders this year have organized themselves under the leader-
ship of Edna McPherson their captain. There are thirteen Cheerleaders, the
most Flemington has ever had. These girls have shown fine sportsmanship
and have added much to the spirit of the school.
To become a cheerleader, austudent mustj Successfully pass tryouts. The
applicants are chosen in accordance with their rhythm, gestures, and person-
alityliby Miss Riggio, Physical Education Supervisor.
An award in the form of a red and black chenille megaphone and F is
presented to every cheerleader who fulfills all requirements.
The 1945-1946 Cheerleaders are: Captain, Edna McPhersong Rose Mina,
Margie Jarmson, Joyce Trimmer, Betty Kistner, -Lois Henzler, JoAnn Garis,
Mary Eick, Betsy Miller, Bobby Hartpence, Joyce Buhel, Elsie Weiss, and
First row: Louise Oraschen, Edith Reasoner, Elsie
Schaadt, Dorothy Norwich, Matilde Longo, Betty Rea-
soner, Dolores Colla, Ann Bonney Hall, Peggy Black,
Marjorie Saunders, Helen Russell, Marion Sutphin, Mar-
ilyn Cregar. Second row: Betty Kistner, june Timber-
lake, Anna Kempf, Rita Shinkel, Jacqueline Ferris, Ann
Fenton, Elaine Hynds, Shirley Cole, Marie Conover,
Shirley Foley, Doris Cottrell, Marjorie Case, Amy Sar-
gent, Gloria Harris, jean Mencheck, Betty Klaus. Third
row: Helen Sedlowski, Helen Reasoner, Shirley Bramich,
Carol Carter, Claire Caka, Teresa Schwenderman, Ann
Tolischus, Doris Kronmaier, Virginia Hynds, joan Greg-
ory, Agnes Roth, Virginia Lamendola, Margaret Lucas,
Gereldine Prince, Rose Lentini, Donald Robinson.
Fourth row: jack Bodine, john Quick, Sherwin Dalley,
Clifford Creed, James Free, Robert Groff, Richard Peter-
man, Henry Snyder, Jordon Ewing, Brevoort Conover,
james Barrick, Bennett Avila. Missing: Erma Lambert,
Ruth Tripp, Helen Liskowacki, Charlotte john, .loyce
Buhel, Gloria Harris, Louise Oraschen, Emma Waldrixn,
Elsie Calcagno, Doris Melick, Betty Lindabury, Lois
Henzler, Elaine Holcombe, Albina Zylstra, Ray Ziel-
storff, john Hrubos, Morris Barrick, Martin Fackleman,
john Klaus, Charles Curtis, Donald Gulick, Norman
Hand, Michael Scheier, Louis Serridge, Richard Hauck,
.lack Denbeigh, Mrs. D'Emidio, advisor.
The Mixed Chorus combined with the Mixed Glee Club, and under the
direction of Mrs. Louise D'Emido, worked diligently during the short time
that was available to prepare for the Christmas Cantata, "The Lost Carol".
Solists for this performance were: Helen Reasoner Brevoort Conover Bennett
Avila, Ann Tolischuis, and Marjorie Case. The piano accompanists were:
Elsie Schaadt and Marian Stenabaugh.
During the rest of the year, the chorus worked on four-part songs that
were enjoyable to all.
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First row: William Pedrick, Assistant Coachg Richard
Peterman, Richard Brown, Eric Rodin, Arthur Barrick,
Frank Navarro, Michael Scheier, Louis Serridge, Joseph
Maresca, jack Wilson, Oliver Headley, Melvin Dvoor,
Mr. Loch, Coach. Second row: Walter Gellner, LeRoy
Fleming, john Quick, Wilbur Conner, Henry Glovatsky,
Henry Kuhl, Kenneth Schomp, john Sutphin, Robert
Arendt, Robert Leichte, Eugene Hildabrant, Jordon
Ewing, Morris Barrick, Donald Gulick, Ray Richards,
John Hrubos, Bennett Avila, Manfried Wcmlfe, Dean
Gulick, William Sine, Robert Cronce. Missing: Stanley
Yard, Walter Hausman, William Lang, Hugh Zeliff,
Dick Ramalho, Wesley German, Charles Gutschmidt.
This school year of 1945 brought about the return of football as a major
sport for the first time since 1941. When the dust from the battles cleared
the Red Devils had won four and had lost four games.
Coach Loch, at the beginning of the
season, was handicapped by the lack
of experienced material, but he gradually put the team into shape for the first
game. This lack of experience was evident later as the Red Devils played
experienced teams and lost to them.
Mickey Scheier was by far the most outstanding player on the team.
Other top performers were Serridge, Brown, Maresca, Rodin, Dvoor, Wilson,
Headley, Peterman, and Richards.
Coach Loch will lose seven varsity men to graduation this year. The
graduates are A. Barrick, Brown, Headley, Maresca, Richards, Scheier, and
Serridge. Only Navarro will be left in the line with Wilson, Dvoor, and
Rodin in the backfield.
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FLEMINGTON 8 BELVIDERE O
The Flemington Red Devils registered their first
victory of the postwar season by scoring an 8--0
victory over a rather weak but hard fighting Bel-
videre team at Belvidere,
FLEMINGTON 12 RUTGERS PREP 0
The following week, Flemington looked im-
pressive by easily beating a fairly strong Rutgers
Prep. team by a 12-O score,
HACKETTSTOWN 25 FLEMINGTGN 14
Hackettstown handed Coach Loch's fighting e-
leven its first setback in a hard played game where
the winner's greater experience proved to-o much
SCOTCH PLAINS 36 FLEMINGTON 0
The light, but fast and tricky Scotch Plains
eleven outcharged and out-played the Red Devils
in all departments and defeated them to the tune
of 36-0 - the worst setback of the entire cam-
paign for Flemington.
SOMERVILLE 26 FLEMINGTON 0
Flemington played its worst game of the season
as it lost to Somerville, a team defeated five times
Second row: Melvin Dvoor, jack Wilson, Michael
Scheier, Eric Rodin.
in a row, by a score 26-WO. The Red Devils had
no offense to speak of and its defense was very
FLEMINGTON 24 LAMBERTVILLE 6
Flemington surprised everyone by upsetting the
highly favored Lambertville eleven in the tradition-
al game of the season. The Red Devils staged a
second half spree which resulted in the 24-6 rout.
FLEMINGTON 19 METUCHEN 13
The Red Devils scored their second upset in as
many weeks, as they traveled up to Metuchen and
beat that slightly favored team in a hotly contested
battle which saw Flemington give its best offen-
sive performance of this season.
WASHINGTON 21 FLEMINGTON O
The closing contest on Thanksgiving day saw
Washington's powerful and unbeaten team score
the expected victory over Flemington. The 21-O
victory was not obtained as easily as expectedg
Flemington actually o utplayed Washington
throughout the second half and part of the Hrst
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llackettstnwu runner. 2. Rutgers Prep-Rutgers has the
hall. 3. Rutgers l'rep-Flemington carrying ball. 4. VVash-
ingtun-l'erine Qarruvvj of Xlhsliingtun waiting for ball as
l"lc-mingtun breaks through, 5. llackettstrvwn-Rollin makes
small gain on eml run while Sclimnp watches, 6, Hacketts-
tuwn-Rmlin stopped on end run after putting one man out
uf play. 7. NVashington-A tense moment for both teams
iust before ball is passed tu XYashing't0n player. 8. xv8Sll-
ingtunflfleniingtmi macle .2 yds. on this play.
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tnwii runner fur no gain, Rutgers Prpp-Sclieier is carry-
ing thc hall for small izznn. 3. xYRSlllllKI4ill-fCDRCll john
l,ucli. Cziptziiii Mickey Sclieiei' give NYasl1ingtun Coach anal
Vaptain l'erini the evil eye' just before start of Yvasliingtmi
pranie Referees limk un. 4. XYasliingtini-VVasliing!0ii kickx
uff to ns In open Zml half. 5. llackettstuwn-Sclieici' jnxt
before being tackled after 76 yard runvhack uf ball.
Mr. Loch, coachg james Vlahakis, Dale Floyd, Eric Rodin, Louis Serridge, Charles Stryker,
Richard Peterman, Melvin Dvoor. Missing: Clarence Ownes, Earl Lawson.
The year 1946 in basketball circles will not be forgotten for years to
come as Flemington High School produced another championship team for
a second consecutive year.
Probably not as powerful as last year's quintet, this year's team was the
first basketball quintet in Flemington High School history to go through its
league schedule undefeated. Only Metuchen and Somerville scored triumphs
over us, but these were non-league games.
Pre-season estimates revealed that Coach John Loch would have to re-
build his team around "Lou" Serridge and "Skip" Rodin the only two experi-
enced men left from last year's championship squad. Coach Loch reached
into the five reserves of last year's jay Vee squad and promoted center "Char-
ley" Stryker to a varsity post. At the forward positions there were "Lou"
Serridge and a new-comer to the Squad, "Dick" Peterman. At the guard posi-
tions there were "Skip" Rodin, veteran guard of last year's team and another
new member of the team, "Peaches,' Ownes, a transferee from Trenton Cath-
olic, who always played a fine defensive game.
To round out the squad were the reserves: Earle Lawson, Dale Floyd,
jim Vlahakis as forwards, Mel Dvoor and Art Barrick as guards. Any of
the above boys could have made a position on any of the teams in the league.
As this book goes to print the Flemington Red Devils are preparing to
enter the State tournaments by playing their first game with South Amboy.
Coach Loch is expecting to have just as fine a team next year as he had
this year. The only men lost by graduation will be Serridge and Peterman.
First row: john Soltys, Bob Liechte, Brevoort Conover, Second row: Dick Ramalho, Floyd Prall, Bob Cronce
Larry Selover, Art Barrick, Norman Hand, Jack Wilson, Stanley Yard, Wesley German, Bob Higgins.
.Iuninr Varsity Basketball
The Flemington 'lay Vees more than kept pace with their big brothers,
the Varsity, by winning all of its 17 scheduled games.
Scoring with remarkable ease in practically all of its games, this year's
jay Vee squad is no doubt the best Flemington has ever seen.
Ramalho and Yard, two forwards, and Leichte, a center, were the smooth
working combination that scored most of the points in all the victories. Bar-
rick, Cronce and Wilson, the three guards, formed a tight defense that was
hard to crack.
Reaching their peak in the middle of january, no one could stop the fine
teamwork of the Junior Varsity squad.
Cronce, Ramalho, Yard and Wilson are definitely assured of being smooth-
ed to the varsity next year, with Ramalho giving some members on the varsity
squad competition for a starting berth.
Next year's newcomers plus this year's experienced players should com-
bine to form another crack Jay Vee team.
Only Leichte and "Art" Barrick, who also played on the varsity squad,
will be lost by graduation.
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--Pennington QAj 20 Fe -Pennington fl-IJ 29
Metuchen QAJ 19 -High Bridge QI-IJ 44
-Belvidere CHQ 15 8-Washington fHj 31
-Clinton QAJ 11 -Metuchen QHQ 24
-High Bridge CAH 3 -Frenchtown QAQ 18
-Washington QAQ 8 21-Bordentown CHD 19
-Frenchto-wn QHJ 7 -N. Deaf QHJ 18
-Belvidere QAJ 6 Dumb -
-Clinton QHJ 6 Total 443
-Somerville QAJ 11
First row Donald Dalrymple, Eric Rodin, Richard Haver, brant, George Barrick, Charles Knoll, assistant manager
Louis Serridge, Melvin Dvoor, jack Wilson. Second Mr. Zoll, coach. Missing: Michael Scheier, john War
row Walter Gellner, managerg 'Roger Sargent, Earle rick.
Lawson August Roth, Robert Arendt, Eugene Hilda-
Probably one of the best teams to play on the Flemington baseball dia-
mond carried the Red and Black through the 1945 season to win the Southern
County League pennant, only to lose out to High Bridge in the championship
tilt by a score of 3 to 2.
With a host of experienced players and a number of promising rookies,
Coach Zoll gradually put the team into shape.
As the season started, the Flemington nine seemed very unimpressive.
But by the end of the scheduled season it became known as the surprise team
of the league. .
With the team batting at .272 and two .400 hitters in -Scheier f.413j and
Barrick Q.412j, the Red and Black had the suH'icient batting punch it neederl,
Haver, the batting champion of 1944, was the only other hitter over the
coveted .300 mark with an impressive .350 average.
Flemington was very weak on the defensive side of the ledger with a
fielding average of only .882.
In the pitching department, Flemington was "tops". Arendt and Haver
being the mafnstays' on the mound with a remarkable earned run average of
0.63 and 0.55 respectively.
This year will find Barrick, Haver, and Warrick, three of the regulars
lost by graduation, but this will be made up by having Rodin as pitcher, Ser-
ridge as the second baseman, Dalrymple at third and Scheier, an experienced
receiver doing the catching. In the outfield Dvoor and Sargent will be back.
First row: Vivian Velehradsky, managerg Joyce Buhel, Carol Carter, Nancy Trimmer, Marion Fraas, Helen jung-
Doris Kronmaier, Bebe Morris, Jo Ann Garis, Marjorie blut, Marie Taylor, Helen Reasoner, jean Taylor, Betty
Haas, Ruth Lodge, Miss Riggio, coach. Second row: Klaus. Missing: Doris Ramalho, captain.
Girls' Varsity Baslialhall
The girls varsity basketball team coached by Miss Riggio, Physical Ed-
ucation Supervisor, was organized for the sole purpose of playing other schools
and special groups in the vicinity. The girls meet Activity Period and after
school for special practices in basketball. At this time the various skills and
techniques of the game are worked out.
Tentative plans have been made to play High Bridge, Clinton, Lambert-
ville, the Faculty, and the Alumni.
The first game was played on Lambertville's court. At that time two
games were played, the Varsity and jr. Varsity, and both were won by Lam-
vertville. Flemington won both return games on the home court.
Helen Sedlowski, Joan Bush, Betty Burmester, Marian Fraass, Marjorie Barrick, Peggy Black, Helen -lungblut
Girls' Intramural Baslialllall
Girls' intramural basketball, under the supervision of Miss Riggio, has
been very active this past year. Each homeroom was represented by a team.
The objective of this intramural program is to give each girl in the schocl
a chance to participate in an active sport outside of the regular physical ed-
These games are played from November to March, and consist of three
roundsg the final round decides the champion of homerooms. A pennant is
awarded the winning team.
Students act as referees. scorers. and timers. The homeroom captains
.were as follows:
Homeroom 1. Charlotte Black Homeroom 24. Kate Heinsel
2. Nancy Trimmer 25. Ida Mae Piell
5. Joyce Buhel 26. Elizabeth Kadezabek
7. Betty Klaus 27. Doris Ramalho
8. Gloria Gerba 29. Doris Kronmair
9. Agnes Roth 50. Helen Sedlowski
10. Marion Sutphin 31. Vivian Valehradsky
21. Peggy Black
Results of the final round, and teams still in the running, were:
Room 8 vs. 9 24 vs. 27
21 vs. 59 8 vs. 21
2 vs. 7 7 vs. 24
Play off was between Room 21 and 7g final score, 19-16 in favor of
Room 21 - champions 1945-1946 of Girls' Intramural Basketball.
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WM. STOTHOFF CO., INC.
Replying that he was Chinese, he aslred in
turn: "And what 'Icee' are you-monkey. don-
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Joseph I-IiII, Prop. Phone 266J
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l Bachelor Degrees while YOU wait
l Catalogue Free on Request
E We have channels and window regulators.
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g Best Wishes to the Class and
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3 Pennington Gift Shoppe
g 27 BROAD STREET FLEMlNGTON, N. J,
I Batteries, Tires, Tubes, Accessories
JOHNNIE S GARAGE
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i 32 MAIN STREET FLEMINEGTON, N. J
I4 COURT STREET FLEMINGTON. N. J.
E One-Hour Battery Service Telephone 349-M
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Feed Seed Fertilizers JOHN W. SNYDER
Family Foods PITTSTOWN, NEW JERSEY
Flemi gton 391 Cli f IOIJ
Charles DeFilIips - Prop.
Rts. 29 and 30
PAUL H. KUHL
"Everything 'forthe Poultryman"
FLEMINGTON, NIEW JERSEY Phone 905-R-5
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Silos-Milking Machines 8: Coolers
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FLEMINGTON, N. J.
TELEPHQINE COMPANY DRfBQi'RosENBLEETH
Declrers Radio Sales and HUNTERDQN
Radios - - - Appliances 'I
. Publishers of
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UNION HOTEL BLDG FLEMINGTON The Clinton Democrat
The Hunterdon Independent
t p g essive newspapers d ost
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A 6 SPRING STREET 5 EAST MAIN ST.
FLEMINIGTON, N J CLINTON. N. J.
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FLEMINGTON STONE WORKS
V Standish C. Hartman
6 COU RT STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Flemington Auction Market SAMUEL L BQDINE
DR. F. M. APGAR
A man applying for a job was told by the
manager that the firm was overstatfed.
"Sure, you could start me," he replied. "The
little bit of work l would do woulcln't be
IRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP
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Sweet Shop 8: Stationery Store
Telephone: 57 MAIN STREET
390-.l-9469 FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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PAT'S PHOTO STUDIO .
Ford - Services
53 MAIN STR EET
74 MAIN ST, FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Phone 84R ELEMINGTON. N. J.
Phone -- Day 372
Direct Sales Agency
203 MAIN STREET Telephone: 352-J
FLEMINC-STON, NEW JERSEY
Hiqh Class Work at Low Prices
Faultless Cleaning Assured
We do all kinds of Tailoring and Repairing
28 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON
24 BROWN STREET NEW JERSEY
Men's Suits, Coats Ladies 'Coats and Dresses
Dry Cleaned and PFCSSCCI Dry Cleaned and Pressed
Phone Flemington 9l8-R-6
Ufert Auto Parts Service, Inc. JOHNSO-N'S
S2 MAIN STREET
FLEMING-TON, N. J. RINGOES' N. J-
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CLINTON N J
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HELENE'S BEAUTY SALON
I2 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE ROUTE I2
FLEMINGTONLN NEWA JERSEY
BARNET BERKOWITZ NORMAN LATNDIS
Dairy Cows. FLEMINGTON, N. J.
'J HASKEY AUTO SUPPLY
Jfx , Phone 328-R
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E AH Bekins Done on Pmmim WISHES THE BEST TO THE CLASS OF T946
2 57 MAIN STREET Tailoring - 1 :Men's Haberdashery
2 QEMINIGTON' N' J' 35 MAIN ..sTREET, IFLEMINGTON, N. J.
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I ELLIOTT-BROKAW CHEVOLET CO.
g FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTAIIOIIRI
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1 M. Compliments of
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l Farm Equrpmenl:
S Home Appliances
2 FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS
From 'l'he Class of '47
AUGUST ROTH "Gus"
ROGER SARGENT "Sarge"
BARBARA HARTPENCE "Bobby"
JACK VERME "Jackson"'
BARBARA HAGEN "Bobby"
VIRGINIA HYNDS "Ginny"
JOHN SUNDBURG "Johnny"
JIM VLAHAKIS "Jimmy"
ROBERT CLAUS "Bob"
FRED LENTINI "Fred"
MARGARET HAUSMAN "Maggie"
EDNA MePHERsON "Mickey"
RICHARD MALANAPHY "Dick"
ANNE MOREAU "Anne"
DONALD ROBINSON "Don"
JO ANN GARIS "Je"
ELIZABETH MORRIS "Bebe"
BERNARD RONALDER "Berny"
AMY SARGENT "Amy"
RICHARD MEEHAN "Dick"
WILLIAM MeCORKLE "Bill"
JEANNETTE OINCELL "Ginger"
DORIS KRONMAIER "Doris"
LOUIS BILLBRA "Lou"
KENNETH TOTTEN "Kenny"
ROBERT HILL "Bob"
DAVID HAAS "Dave"
JACK MOORE "Buiiiiy"
MARY EVERITT "Moe"
STANLEY RODKIN "Stanley"
VIVIAN VELEHRADSKY Hchug'
GUY BELL "Guy"
BETSY MILLER 'Beisyi'
DALE FLOYD 'QDaIe"
HELEN SEDLOWSKI "Helen"
MARIAN FRAASS "Maiieiii"
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Q FLEMINGTON BLOCK GARDENTTSTATE
Q 81 SUPPLY COMPANY
i Mason Materials and Coal
I T4 COURT STREET WHITEHOUSE STATION, N J
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FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Telephone Flemington 62
T JOHN B. CASE LUMBER CO., lnc.
3 Lumber - Masons Material
i FLEMINGTON. N. J.
i Compliments of
2 A. W. PROTZMAJN Compliments of
I Air Conditioned
E Coolerator Refrigerator DR' ALBERT H' KCHN
Q lce Service Optometrist
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1 78 PARK AVENUE FLEMINC-3-TON, N. J.
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FURNITURE STORES I
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' Groceries Fruits Vegetables
OLDWICK, NEW JERSEY
Nemeth GMC Truck Co.
IS6 MAIN srreser FIEMING-roN, N. I.
Morris Weisberg 8: Son
Fresh Western Cows
Route I2 Between Routes 29 8: 30
Telephone FIemington 924-R-I3
FLEMINGTON, N, J.
FRANK G. LOTT
DEATS BUILDING FLEMINGTON, N. J.
I47 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON. N. J.
Green's Rexall Drug Store
Green's Photographic Siudio
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ESTATE OF C. A. SKIILLMAN
DeLUXE MOVING VANS
Estimates Cheerfully Given Our References-Those We Move
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N. J.
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General Eleciric Refrigera!
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Compliments of Compliments of
CUT GLASS COMPANY FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
NEVIUS BROS., INC.
"A Safe Place To Shop"
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I NV. E. MCCORKLE, M.D. '
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COATS . . . DRESSES . . . SUITS
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
John I-laritos, Prop.
"Good Food ls Good Health"
42 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
DILLEY'S BUS SERVICE
Fred J. Dilley, Prop.
FLEMINGTON. NEW JERSEY
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BAKER'S VARIETY STORES
FLEMINGTON - I-IIGI-I BRIDGE
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ROUTE 30 AT CHURCH ST
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RINGOES, NEW JERSEY and
Chas, W. Hoagland
PITTSTOWN, NEW JERSEY
Best Wishes to the Graduates
All Material Washed. No Dirt from
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For those who love nice things
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