Flemington High School - Echo Yearbook (Flemington, NJ)
- Class of 1947
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The Class of I947
T H E E C H O
Published by +he S+uden+s
FLEMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
Flemingfon, New Jersey
MRS. M. V. CRENSHAW MR. C. TETKOWSKI MRS. H. E, HUENECKL
Editorial Adzfiior Art Adififor Bufitzeff Adflrof
Anne Moreau, editor
JoAnn Garis, editor
THE ECHO STAFF
Guy Bell, arrirtarzt editor Betty Miller, editorial rkazmzan
jane Wurst, editor
Barbara Hartpence, editor
Ruth Lodge, editor
Shirley La Tourette
Donald Robinson, editor
Boyr' S ports
Dick Meehan, editor
Girlr' S portr
Vivian Velehradsky, editor
D E D I C A T I O N
WE, THE CLASS OF 1947, DEDICATE THIS ISSUE OF
TO THE VALIANT STUDENTS WHO ATTENDED OUR SCHOOL
AND LATER GAVE THEIR LIVES
THAT WE MIGHT CONTINUE TO LIVE IN A WORLD
MUTUALLY WORKING FOR A BETTER
AND FULLER LIFE FOR EVERYONE REGARDLESS
OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR
FLEMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
WHO DIED IN WORLD WAR II
All the world is a stage, and for the past
four years our high school class has been pre-
paring to take its part in the intricate play of
life. Some of us will be featured players, acting
our roles with courage and zest. Others will
our roles with courage and zest. Others will
hnd peace and happiness in an ordinary way
Some few, may, in the years to come, find
themselves dangling as puppets, depending
for their very existence upon the fingers of the
master who pulls the strings.
We have all had equal opportunity through-
out our school years. It is up to each one of us
to make the most of his abilities. The chal-
lenge is here. We accept it and march on to
great achievement as the curtain is drawn on
yy 1 D ll
The members of the Class of 1947
wish to take this opportunity to thank
the Faculty for their understanding and
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MR. HARRY CQ. NUIZSSLIZ, lhizzrifml
ss li, l2l,lzANon SCQO'I"l', Gkfidtumf Admm- MR. HARRY C. Nmissuz, l'm1fij1.zl
Board of Eclucalion
MII. If, MliR'l'ON WILLIAMSON
MRS, MABIEI. P. CIARTIZR
RIZV. IZIDWARID Ci, DUNISAR
DR, XX!II.I.IAM Y. HIGGINS
MRS. MAIIEI. MATHIIXXIS
MR. D, HOXXIARD MORIZAU
MR. RALPH MULLIZR
MR. ARTHUR S. PINCKNIIY
MR. CIHARLIZS V, XWIQILIIR
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The Class of IQ47 wishes to thIIIIl4 thc
IIIcIIIheI's of thc IIOLIIII of IRIIIQIIIIIIII who have
served us IlIII'iIIg our four years at I3leIIIiIIgtoII
Mus. MARII2 R0llNSAVll.l.lf lN1IIs.jI2AN2I"I'IQ HAl.l. Mus, liI.sII: MANN
' Miss HELEN s. ANDRUS
European Barkgroundr, Ameriran Hiftory II,
Mod r Euro ean, History
Y' B.A., M. ., niversityioii North Carolina
MR. HOWARD APGAR
B.S. Rutgers University
MRS. FRANK BODINE
R.N. McKinley Hospital, Trenton
MR. MICHAEL T. BOZZO
Ameriran Hiftory I, Modern European History
B.A. Notre Dame
Courses: Rutgers University
MISS CATHERINE A. BURRUS
Foods I, Il
Q B.S. St. Elizabeth College
X MRS. ELEANOR B. CREGAR
Geography, General Srienre
B.S. Sta Teachers College, Trenton
MRS. RGUERITE V. CRENSHAW
Librarian, Englirb IV
A.B. University of Michigan
M.A. Columbia University
MR. H. EARLE DAVISON
Bookkeeping I, junior Bufineu Training,
Perfonal Bookkeeping, General Metbematirr
B.S. Rider College
MR. STANLEY DRESWICK
Pbyriral Eduraiion Imtrurtor
B.S. Rutgers University
MISS EVELYN E. DUANE
State Teachers College, Indiana, Pa.
Courses: Rutgers University
MRS. CATHERINE LLOYD
Latin I, 11: French 1, II, III
B.A. Wellesley College
Courses: Rutgers University
MR. SWEN GILBERG
Agrirlilllne 1, ll: Relaled Mallaemalirfg
B.S. Rutgers University
MR. ROBERT GLEDHILL
B.S. State Teachers College, Kutztown, Pa.
Courses: Lehigh University and
University of Minnesota
MRS. MILDRED M. GODLEY
B.A. Wilson College
MR. LEON F. HALL
i' MR. LLOYD HAND
Xllgeizra I. II .' Plane Geomelry: General Mafhenzalirf
Ph.B. Muhlenberg College
Courses: Lehigh University
MRS. HELEN E. HUENECKE
Typing I.' Slenograploy 1.'
junior B1i.rir1e.rr Training: Lau'
l3.S. State Teachers College, Trenton
MR. JOHN KRAUSS
B.S. State Teachers College, Trenton
Courses: Columbiag State Teachers College, Trenton
MISS ANNE LACKO
Biology General Srienre f '
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B.S. New jersey College for WomenKV'
MRS. BLANC!-IE P. LEMONN
Typing If Stenography 1, I1,'
Tmnffriptiong Ojfire Praftire
B.S. Bowling Green College
. B.S. Rutgers University
F, MR. JQHN C. LOCH
llfllblefir Cnafb. ElIf0ff?llle7lf Offirer
,X B.S. Fordham University
Courses: Rutgers University
MR. FRED G. LODGE
' X Agrifzflllzre, Agrirflllzlre Shop
B.S. University of Marylandg M.S. Penn. State
Courses: Rutgers University
MISS HELEN M. MALONE
AB. State Teachers College, Montclair
MR. EARL MACPHERSON
Azzlerifmz Hixmry 1, ll: Gieueml Sriwzfe
B.S. Rutgers University
MISS HELEN MAYO MESCHTIZR
Girly Phyriral Edlzrafjrm
A.B. Earlham College, Indiana
B.S. Ithaca College, New York
M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University
MR. HARRY C. NUESSLE
B.S.., M.S. University of Pennsylvania
Courses: Temple University, Rutgers University
MISS WANDA PETTIT
English II, Azzrient Hjmzry
B.S. Rutgers University, School of Education
MR. W. HARVEY SCHARRER
Elll'0P6'dII Bm'l2gf'0u11d.r,' Ezlglixla I. lI,'
I 'yoj Frenrh I
B.S. State Teachers College, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Courses: Duke University, Rutgers University
MISS E. ELEANOR SCOTT
B.A, Wilson College
Courses: Rutgers University
MR. FRANCIS STROHABER
Moravian College for Men
Courses: Rutgers University
MR. CLEMENT TETKOWSKI
B.S. State Teachers College, Newark
Courses: New York University,
Columbia University, Teachers College
MR. LOUIS ZABRISKIE
Aeronalztirn Mechanical Drarving I, II, III
State Teachers College, Trentong Drexel Institute
Lafayette Collegeg Rutgers University
MR. HARRY W. ZOLL
Chemistry, Ph ysirs
B.S. Ursinus College
Courses: University of Pennsylvania
MRS. DOROTHY B. ZUEGNER
Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Plane Geometry
Algebra I, General Mafhematirs
B.S., M.S, New York University
Betsy Miller got a valentine from the Georgia Yodelers?
George Higgins came to school wearing a goatee?
Anne Moreau was the brat in "Ever Since Even?
The Whitehouse Gang wore long white shirts?
Peggy Black walked into English class followed by 3 ex-sailors?
Mr. Zoll called Bonney "Poison Pen" Hall?
There were no Vets? Dull, wasn't it?
Goldy fMr. Goldsrnithj used to lecture in assembly?
Betty Kistner gave the selection, "I'm Only Three Years Old" in assembly?
The "Red Dragons" held an initiation?
Dick Meehan hit Mr. Lodge with an orange?
Laird Kinnaird was in Mrs. G'odley's Current History Club?
Ruth Lodge gave the Dagger Scene from "Macbeth"?
Effie Flovin wore dungarees to school?
Guy Bell puffed on a Virginia Rounds cigarette in "The Red Lampn?
lleannelte Gingell told Mr. Zoll she hated him?
I. XYlmt xtuilcnt iluimtml thu apple-5 to Miss Meschter and
Mtv l.aelw? J. Min lluunc repeats "A Ntitvh in time saves
nine." 3. Miw llurrus list:-in tn Arthur Murray for danc-
ing lllNlIllk'flllllS, 4. Xuw things zlreu'l really that hail, Mr.
Zahriekig, M,-A Znll, Vcrlmpx l"k-ininutini will pull this game
nut nt' the tirv in the last rpmrtrr. S. A picture of contrast-
ing iimuflx, M r. IIHVINUII zippcaiw to he slllllllllllyl'U!lfl'll1lVli'lflllg
the increaee in receipts for :A recent football game. Mr, Ap-
gzlr, lmwever, SCCIHN tw he thinking almut Muna' prolvlrlns III
rmivleetirwii with the "Student Yuic'r." 0, Larry secs to it
that Mrs. Zueguer ge-tx tu wlimfl, T. Mr, llillu-rg llllllilllfl
the lung trek from his house tu svlmi-l in two Necmuls llnt.
X. A we-lcunle ummtime respite frvnn Clawrnmn rlmrcs is vn-
jnyed hy Mr, llnno, Mr. Zahrixkic. Mr. Znll, Mr. llaufl and
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Top row, left to right: Doris Kronmaier, vice-presidentg Helen jungblut, treasurer.
Bottom row, left to right: Vivian Velehradsky, 'presidentg jack Wilson, sergeant-at-armsg
Edna McPherson, secretary. 4 '
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The fall of 1943 found us, a large and very much bewildered group of
freshmen, entering the halls of F. H. S. QWe had received our hrst idea of what
it was like on Rural Visiting Day when we were shown a typical day at F. H. SQ
Having forgotten exact directions, however, we were properly "assisted" by
the upper classmen. 'F
Wheii we became more settled, we joined manygof the clubs. Our lowly
class was even represented in the junior-Senior Play. We also pitched in during
the "Emergency" to help pick tomatoes and other crops..
Schoolwork, Student Council elections, and election of class otlicers kept
us increasingly busy. In February we came through with great success in our
St. Valentines Day dance, which pleased even the Seniors.
Report cards in june, vacation in july and August were fond memories in
September, as we returned to school. Feeling like veterans we lorded it over
the "little" Freshmen.
After an early election of officers we began preparations for the first so-
cial function of the school year, the Sophomore Dance. This Halloween af-
fair with its weird and frightening decorations provoked much fun and praise.
Many of us were represented in the various clubs organized that year.
Several members of our class turned out for interscholastic football fit had
been discontinued for sometimey, as well as for basketball and baseball.
We contributed generously to the Red Cross Drive, the Infantile Paralysis
Drive, and the drives for War Bonds and Stamps.
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By this time we felt more sure of our courses and aimed for the Honor
Rolls. Many of us hit that target of high marks.
Another summer came and passed and we joined the ranks of the upper
classmen. The under classmen were made well aware of this fact.
Our first non-war year was fully enjoyed. We had a new director, Dr.
Wayman. Once more we were represented in all clubs and organizations.
Class officers were elected and we began organizing our plans for the
year. In April most juniors could be found dangling their left hands very
obviously, especially in the faces of the under classmen. The reason was the
all-important new class rings which just had to be shown off. We were the
first to get the new all gold standardized class rings.
Our other important event of the year was the Junior Prom. After much
work and fine assistance from many of the teachers, the Prom was a great
success. Unique and very beautiful were the decorations, which simulated .1
southern plantation. The auditorium abounded with all-kinds of realistic
crepe paper flowers on trellises. The evening was complete when the,Prom
Queen was crowned with all the attendant pompand ceremony.
With the ending of the war, inter-scholastic athletics were expanded and
all teams were given our full support.
Work fthat dreaded thingj pressed down on us harder than ever. But
we rose fand fellj and tried. Nevertheless we maintained our high marks.
As the end of the year arrived, we reluctantly watched the Class of '46
leave F. H. S. Then we began to anticipate our own last year when we should
be the "upper" upper classmen. 1
For once we returned to school readily and settled ourselves in the post
of Seniors. By this time we were beyond recognizing Freshmen. Of course
we directed a few gullible souls to the wrong elevator, but we spent most of
our time trying to be dignified.
One of our first privileges was walking down the center aisle to the
front seats in the auditorium. This we did with heads high and what we
hoped was a dignified step. We again were directed by a new principal,
Mr. Harry C. Nuessle.
We wanted to give a memorable Christmas Dance since it was the last
we would give. The novelty of Toyland, the theme for the decoration,
helped to make the dance most popular.
We again joined the Polio drive, the Red Cross drive, and actively sup-
ported school sports. We even smiled benignly on happy juniors with their
new rings, and began to feel older.
In March our class helped to make the school play "Junior Miss" a hit.
When this was over we worked harder than ever to produce one of the best
Class Nights F. H. S. ever had. After this we were properly dignified for
Baccalaureate Service and Commencement.
We, the Class of 1947, wish to thank everyone who has helped in any
way to make our four years at F. H. S. so profitable, and so replete with fun
and pleasant memories.
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from Kerhonkson High School, New York in
portmzity will knock many timer-fu'hy hurry
at the fzrirf knock?"
Art Club 1, Hill Billy Band 4.
"Fran" Saud Brook
"To blurb if beautiful, but not alm1y.r cm11'e11ie11t."
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Masque and Sandal 2, Cooking Club 2,
-Key Klickers 3, journalism 4.
A . MARjoRu2'y BARRICK
5 . "Marge" J' Pittstown
"She'lt50klr mort shy, hujlthereeif mischief in her eye."
Commercial Clul:t"19PExperimental Cooking Club 2, Stu-
: I CJ dent Voice 4. 'C
-- , 'K MORRIS K. BARRICK
N. H 4 "Barrick" Pittstown
"He woulel he itzd11.rtt'io11.r,' but nh. that Il'0Nlr1ll.lH
h Tu li 1Qg-xChorus 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Q ' GUY BELL, JR.
" ' 'V Fleinington
-'B' he g' ter men than I, but I do tml
he 'ere in them."
Foreign Language Club 2, journalism 2, Christmas Play 2,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Student Council Play 3, Student
Voice 1, 2, 3 4, Q sst. Ed. 23, Echo 1, 2, 3, 4, QAsst. Ed.
4j, squiand dal 4' Honor
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JOHN BELoNsoFF, JR, 7?
"If Jiletzce if golden, then hereff 41 t11illi0t1aire." Q,
Know Your Money Club 1, Football 4, Tumbling 4.
ROBERT M. BERDY
"Quiet pathr are mine."
Chorus lg Orchestra 4, Band 4.
"They my he'.r like er .rozzzzet lzemme he haf fourteen liner."
Football Manager 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Laboratory Assist-
ants 3, Student Council 4, Baseball 3, 4, Echo 4.
PEGGY ANNE BLACK
"l'. ll." Flemington
"Ven1z.r, thy eternal .f1l'dy, all the race of men obey."
Masque and Sandal 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, Class
President 1, Girls' Leader Corps 2, Chorus 2, 3, Journal-
ism 3, Student Voice 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Hill Billy Band 4,
Girls' Basketball 4.
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PAUL M. BUGYI
"1 131010, I mir. .vlw 1'm1q11w'Lwl."
Serveil in U. S. Navy.
Mixed Chorus lg Hill Billy Band 2, 5, vi. f
l0YCl2 M. BUHIEL ' VM
ULIAXYL' uulwy in Qqtfjll if fricml L1 lu lie e." i
Mixetl Chorus I 5 Girls' l.e111ler Corps l, -3 1 ee. .u
Girls' liasketbnll l, 2, 5, 'lg Masque and Sandal 2, 'Cla
lending 2, 5, -i. y
-IAMIZS O. BURK
HCil1Ill'L'f-1' lm lzurwmf an .11'f,' 1' flu' are kQt,'llflL'l1lL'lI.H
Served in U. S, N11vy l l ,
Boys' Cooking Club
flux ' .ff 'rip ll if .e ' ll lwrzrl.
LISCIL 1l S' nl lg xe fl1 . l, 2, Glee Club 2,
I 'ing Cl ' Cer' , -'ig limo 5, 4g Girls' If. f
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fr est r11nge'Higl1 School in April, 1943.
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HU only labor lim' fn kill limia'
S vin U. S. Navy.
Boys' Cooking Club 1, Jig Airplane Club l,
Club 2g Basketball Sha,
,L . 43? A' GIYIBIEITT 12. CARTER
"Gil'lk NYl1ilcl111use Station
"Sn lHll1'l1 in cln: .10 lilflc' Julie.
Tumbling Club I, -lg Chorus 2.
"There if :work in be tlmle bn! izwrk uw zmilf'
Served in U. S. Navy.
Current History Club lg Nature Club lg Hill Billy Band 2,
Future Farmers of America 2, 3.
josrzvu 1. CHALOUPECKY
"I-Ie kept lair f!7llll.l'6'l and went his Il'd-y." ,
Band 1, 3, Lig,Orchestr.1 3, 4.
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97. MERLIN DOUGLASS
A u "Doug" Pittstown
,MOM if fzerer fully d1'e.f.red 1111le.v.r he zvearr a .l'lllll?.H
"Newer foo .ferio11,r, not foo friz'olonr. lm! if rare
f good fellow."
Club lg Future Farmers of America Qlrensurerl lp
d Chorus 23 Tumbling Club rig Echo -1.
WILBUR CHARLES CONNER
" 'illiur" Ulslwick
"Be not dere' 'ed by hir lIlllflL'L'Ilf rIf7fIL'Jl'tIl1l't','l
wall 3g B eml 3,V4g Echo 3, Qig journalism -i.
It is lf I 1 nil 1 2 who arrow liilf 1.'1fn'l1."
f ,fl nc lg Mixed Chorus lg Foreign l.All1gll.lgL'
5 3 Q all' m lg Chorus 4.
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-"Ili ,z5"' Vlierryvillc
' ' en aerer and a male."
N Your oney Club lg Current Events Club lg Fu
Farmers of America 2, 3, Al.
GLADYS I. DIRNBERGER
--ve' i W "Glad" VYl1iteliouse Station
A "Open-111imlea', frank. and fair, lwerefi .1 girl
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-I' s 0 C4A"fi,vp.'1JJoby" Stanton
" 'be good ir obtained only llrrozzgln ll7t.'I'.l'l.lflllg."
'H . b 1' journalism 1, -1, Foreign Language
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Baseball 3, 43 Tumbling 4.
"An athlele who krzouxi' zzol defealf'
Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 2,
2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY ELEANOR EICK
"Her perrorzalily ir .ffl'lkllIgf!llI6 Nlllfh lo our liking."
3, 4, Basketball
Masque and Sandal l, 2g Foreign Language Club 2g Chorus
1, 2, 4g Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4. 0
MARY N. EVERITT
, "Moe" Flemington V
"Generally rpeaking, rlaeff generally rpeaklrzgf'
Masque and Sandal 1, 2, 3, 43 Masque and Sandal Play 1,
3, Christmas Play 2g School Play 4, Student Voice 4,
Echo 3, 4.
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VIRGINIA EWING -
"Ginny" Stanton P4 aff'
"Neill1er mo l'd!'?1L"J'.f nor 100 rad, ff
Nor ina ,rfiidiwzr nor fao glad." , W
Echo lg Gift Club lg Mixed Chorus l, 2. ,L 0'
ANN FEDERAKA A
"Rocky" Whitehouse Station M
"Good .l'fNN'f, grind friend, good 77dflll'9d.H
Knitting Club lg Current History Club 1, 25 Student
Voice 5, 4g Key Klickers 4. g
ANN ALICIA FENTON '
"Ann" Ringoe "Wd,
"She may Jeenz quiet, but Jbe IJ - 'Q 3-414.-.
Mis ue 'md S'1nd'1l 1 ' Glee Club ' 'cke ' -Gi
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Mixed Chorus 31 journalism l, 3, 3 in ent Voic H
"Sile11z'e if the ber! url of 4'oi11'erfati0i1."
Art Club 1.
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DONALD W. FITZER
' "ll"m'ry and I bare never mei."
I-Llll Billy Band 1, 2, 4g Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3.
GEORGE N. FITZER
"G eorge" Flemington
"Sober, but rm! .reriomq quiet, but no! idle."
Served in U. S. Army, '
Hill Billy Band 2. W,
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Club 44 Echo 4 f ' " A A, , '
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'A ELINOR GRACE FLEMING gl . 1,
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"Silenre har many adz'antageJ." ,
Chorus 1. Ll .
EFFIE FLOVI W2
"Her air. her warmer, 0 .ra ." N , LJ, I
Entered from jamaica High ool ' t er 6.
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"Hale" Three Britlges
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A 1111111 of the fi11e,1l kiwi."
Transferred from Somerville High School in October, I9-li.
Football 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4.
THERIESA M. FORAY
"'l'ei'ry" NYllitelio we Slzlllun
"Lillie 11111114111 me J A 111111 ll1111lql."
Girls' Leader Corps lg Libra Cl A 1 Key Klickers -l
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air l1'e.r.l'e,r Nlxllllel i111f1e1r111l Villit' e11.l11.
Girls' Leader Corps 1, 2g Student Council l, 23 Foreign
Language Club 2g Christmas Play 23 Trallic Corps 2, 5
Cheerleading 2, 5g Girls' Varsity Basketball 2, 5, -i
Echo 3, 4.
"Spe11k111g nf .1j1r11'l H .md Il'l7fl LlflL'lll'l.,l'
Echo l, Lfg Student Voice l, 2g Girls' Leader Corps l, 5
Hockey lg Mixed Qhorus 21 Library Club 2, S, -I tPresi
dentjg Gir ' Basketball.
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, W my . " JEANNETTE GINGELL
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" "Tu be 111e1'1'y fiL'L'0lll6.l' Jlflfl, for lhere 1.1 1 11 ll
111el1111rl111ly 111 yan." '
Chorus lg Masque and Sandal l, Zg Christ as Pla 2
licho 5, 43 Student Council 3, 4g Student Voice
Leader Corps 4g Honor Society. ,
DAVID L. HAAS
'Ge11r!e111e11 f11'efe1' l1lf111de.r."
Transferred from Cranford High School in 1944.
Basketball 2g Tratlic Corps SQ Laboratory Assistants 5
Student Voice 2, 5, 4g Echo 3, 4.
MILDRED E. HAGAN
'Ll"111'l1 ll 1111! 111e11r111ed I1 rlze "
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Library Club l, 2, 3g Traffic Corps 2, 33 Experimental
Cooking Club 2g Girls' Leader Corps 4g Echo 4.
"Hubby" l'le-asant Run
"Si111p111'1ly .md eme are Ike ffey1111le.r of erery 1111z.r1e1'p1ece."
Mas ue and Sand l CPlayj 4g Mixed C lg Glee
Christmas P N - 1 ir d r ras 4g hoo a
Club Zg Ec 2 lo rnalis 2' Student '
Honor Soci t
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ANNBONNEY HALL X y
"W'he11 .l'l1l.".l' on hand. llvere 5 llll,l't'hiEf afoot."
journalism 1, 2, 3 fEditor-in-chiefj, 43 Masque and San-
dal 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Leader Corps 2, 35 Student Voice 33
Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 4.
"Dick" . Flemington '
"Dont u'orry,' lf may Jborlen your life."
Served in U. S. Marine Corps. , X xl y
Young Ofiicinls l, 23 Football 2. i 1
LAURA HART gil" v ,
1 "l,aura" X Three Bridges ' ' , ' ,, -1,
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Gift Cliff Tru ic Corps 2, -33 Chorus 23 Red Cross Club , f YI '
23 Libraryflub 4Q'EChO 4. ' ML P, V I. ,,- 3
BARBARA I-IARTPENCE ' ' ,X I J I
I " Robby" Flemington i 1" f f '
"lift Hire fo be Ildfllfdl when one IJ' flalnmlly nice." 1 A! I
Student Council 13 Arts and Crafts Club QPresidentj 13 ' Ed-V.
Girls' Leader Corps 1, 25 Traffic Corps 1, 2 33 Cheerlead- ,J Q I'
ing 1, 2, 3, 43 Echo 1, 2, 3, 43 Foreign Language Club
QPresidentj 23 Christmas Play 23 Student Voice 3, 4g Bas-
ketball 43 Honor Society. I ' .
MARGARETYFA HAUSMAN f- ,
'fM.aggie" Flemington I
"I o illflll' her lx lo lore bel and ez'ery011e,M1o1w',buff
Arts and Crafts Club 13 Class Treasurer 2, 33 Echo 1, 2, 33
Girls' Leader Corps 23 Foreign Language Clufb CSecre-
tary and Treasurerj '2'3 Chrisgmas.Play 23 Traffic Corps 33 '
journalism 33 Student Voice 4. , '
KATHERINE R. HENSEL
and f2flIdII85J' makefh
1 3 Mixed Chorus 1,
if-It 'GEORGE HIGGINS
muff L .jr w "Higgins" Stanton
J ,J "Life ii lo fire, not lo llviuk doom."
,0jZEir1bwA.?I.dur Money Club 2, Hill Billy Band 4.
ff ROBERT HILL
f? "Bob" Flemington
' - "A good hear! lareaki' had lime."
Tumbling Club 1, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Student Voice 3
Student Council QVice-Presidentj 4.
A USSELL W. HOFFMANN
" "Russ" Klinesville
" fielzgfir mind kII01l'.f not defeat."
Radi , 13 Iigrylg Hill Billy Band l.
laj VH teh Ju e
M "E lJl7lk, and be merry, for lomorrou' we diet."
Mi KAIWEGLENN F. HooPER
rp ,N-"IN 'or" 'ii 4 s
Chemistry Club 3g Football 4.
erred from Madison High School in February, 1946.
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BERNARD I. HUDECEK
- "Hudie" Stanton
A A " "Never do Ioday what yon can pn! aff llllffl lolmn'r'nz1'."
'ln 1 A Served in U. S. Navy,
' ,i Hill Billy Band 4.
"He'.i' lillle. bill lneff u'1.ie.'
H KEY L1 cprker for hir size."
Know xYour Money.'Club Ilg Current History Club 1.
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xxbx N tl N ' a I lxnxlli-ho" X Flemington
l LX -, , h'Fll7Q6'1'6'P' f0l'L'l1.l0J'I in the fllllkj' of ffm."
X l X xxx 'Current Eslents,Elub12'Z Foreign Language Club 2g Echo 2
Wi " 1 - - A , VIRGINIA' HYNDS
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H PFRANK KADEZABEK
Z E G' "Frg1lf" ' ox Copper Hill .
X , MIJ1711 at I dllhldfki .vo I will be." - '
Cgreent Event? :Club IQAEQO 4g Tumbling Club 4.
WALTER Bx KAIM
"1 hare 41 knack of doing rebar 1 nngbl zmf fo d
Future Farmers of America I, 2, 3, 4,
KENNETH D. KINNAIRD
"Ken" Flemington ki Q
"A litfle learrziug it 11 da11gem1r.u thizlggu' Ky
Served in U. S. Navy. Jr, '
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LAIRD D. KINNAIRD 'fl J
,'Hlllllfll' if one of the 6.f.f6l7ffdl.li of g6I1lll.l'.H
Student Council 1, 31 Current Events Club 1, 23 Christ-
mas Play 23 Student Voice 3, 4g Hill Billy Band 4.
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, x"Nimble ujtlv flbqlrws and .rkillfnl zwifh bl'll.ff7.H
.A'rtsz1nd Crafts Club lg Mixed Chorus l, 2, 33 licho I, 4
Foreign- Language Club 2g Girls' Leader Corps 2g Student
Voiseilf 3, 4g Key Klickers 3, 4 fSecretaryj.
y , MARGARET JANE JARMSON
' ' -rmafgia' omwack
A ' FW but elite mailers if you are lucky in lore.
Chortktl, 2g Cheerleading 2, 3g L' rary Club -1.
-"Her Very f'l'0N'7I.t' are
Girls' Lender' Y
urerjg Class T
111.111 .mlilei of oliver
2 33 Student Voice 3
Council 2, -1 QTreas
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FS! lent 0' I' J rfu s 1, cho 2' . que
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dl ngne fil, and yel zmi' never land." I
Masque and Sandal 1, Girls' Leader Corps l, journalism
1, 2, Glee Club l, Z, Student Voice 2, Foreign Language
Club 2, Key Klickers 3, 4, Echo 1, 4.
"Krmnty" Flemington R. IJ.
"A fair and friendly larr if the."
Girls' Leader Corps 1, Hockey l, Girls' Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Masque and Sandal 2, Foreign Language Club 2,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Key Klickers 3, 4 QVice-Presidentj
Echo 4, Class Vice-President 4.
"A friend to all, an enemy In none."
Gift Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
WALTER C. LANG
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"Lore and learn. and wi Sm' 1 to geiman .
of eizrnerl reign. , ,
Served in U. S. Navy.
Football I, 2, Tumbling 1, 2.
SHIRLEY JEAN LA TOURETTE
"Sltirl" YYhitehonse Station
"O le :nike hir own lnzppizzerr only by takin ripe
if of nthery' fJr1ppi11e,r.r." A
Q andal , 2, 3, journalism , tugdeJVoiice
1, iJ3,'5' Echo Key K ' keriva, 4
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ROSE MARY LENTINI
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"W'l9er'e .t'I1t't.'6.f.t' beginf, 4 face with a .rnlile u'in.r."
Gift Club 1, 5, Hockey 1 , Library Club 1, Echo 1, Mixed
. "Davie" Flemington
"If noi.:-e were made by qliief. the zvrnfld be 11 fini."
'Glee Club l, 2, Chorus l, 2.
f7'f,e.,5'2,a1eLEN ANN LISKOWACKI e , I fy 1
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' znerry bear! daeth ggoodf' f r
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"Can'f fha! M done by pure n1athen1alic.s'?"l if 1
Current History Club l, Masque and Sandal 1, Girls'
Hockey 1, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Baseball 3,
Echo 1, 2, 4, Student Voice 3, Foreign Language Club 2,
Key Klickers 3, 4, Honor Society.
"Wfe are proud 10 fall h7t'l'r1!l'fKIld."
Masque and Sandal 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
--nick" lures Min
"For even though I'd1lql1f.fh7Bd, he could dfgllc' Mill."
Current History Club 15 Traffic Corps 25 Foreign Lan'
guage Club 25 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Student Voice 35
Laboratory Assistants Club 35 Echo 4.
DORIS B. MATHEWS
"Small of Jlaflze, full of fllll, fmt ,the jx liked by e1'erym1e."
Glee Club 15 Library Club 25 Girls' Leader Corps 35 Key
Klickers 45 Echo 4.
WILLIAM EVERETT MCCORKLE, jli.
' "Doc" - Ringnes
'Nvffffffs gfeal um erer dL'l716'I'6'd iflfhflllf ef1llm.i111w1."
Echo 1, 3, 45 Traffic Corps 2, 35 Student Voice 35 Class
President 35 Baseball 35 Student Council 3, 4 flfresidentjg
Band 45 Honor Society
' 1 I "Lou" will on
' T0 he .wlenl hurts z 0 .11 re 1'
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Transferred r ville ' ool ' -1
Future Far s a .
"Mickey" nxii1gtmmiC I2
.e'.r loo mm lh fllll III .er I J
bn 4 1 h yy ' I
and Cr. t 15 Cla cret 1gl2Q 3, "5 -que C
and Sandal 1 , uden V , , 5 ic Co '
1, 2, 35 Cheer n 2, fl 5 Girls' et
Corpsj1Eq5 e s2Qa tC c if
retaryjg c o 2, 3, 5 Schoo ays 1, 3, f
Society. I ,i ,,
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RICHARD P. MEEHAN " , -1 - ' - -4 5 H.
"Dick" Ringoes "' ' ' ' ' '
"The man who hfllrlhal' if not qllflf a brine."
Tumbling 1, 45 Class President 25 Foreign Language Club , I
25 Chemistry Club 35 journalism 35 Baseball 3, 45 Student
Voice 33 Echo 3, 4. - 1'
BETSY ANN MILLER '
V - "Betsy" Flemington - A 1
"ll'flty Iliff and freqlzezzl .fllllffkf make a frzendrhzp
well worth while-"
Echo 3, 45 Traffic Corps 2, 35 Student Voice 2, 3, 454
Masque and Sandal 1, 2 QTreasurerj 3, 45 Gita Isemdeig
Corps 32 Cheerleading 2, 3, 45 Current Histor lub 15 ' -
Student Council Play 35 School Plays 2, 45 Hono.SoUetye I
ANNE MOREAU - 1 4 .
A "Annie" Flemington . .,, '
'A pleawzg mznzlenazzre IJ' no .flight ad1'a11tage'."
Echo 1, 2, 3, 4 QEditor-in-chiefjg Student Voicejl ,2, 3"
fEditor-in-chiefj, 4 QAssistant editorj 5 Class Treagurwlg
Masque and Sandal 1, 2, 3, fSecretaryj 45 Scho0ilfPlaQ'15L
journalism 1, 2, 3, 45 Traffic Corps 2, 35 CllristmagPlaLj5
Girls' Leader Corps 25 Honor Society. '5 ' C'
ELIZABETH MORRIS , .1 " V
"liebe" Fleniingtmi A U' 0
"A H0r.re.' A Hmzref My kingdom for hf2'5f.r" . 'X
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Leader Coi' 1, 3 I, fl My
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"A ,llldll mzmng men: a g6'IIfl6'l1lc1lI amwzg ladies."
CLARENCE L. OWNES, JR.
Hlrflllllg feufllllf will be yomzg fellouxrf'
Transferred from Trenton Catholic Boys High School in
Football -'ig Basketball 3, 4 fCaptainjg Baseball 4.
MARY A. PIZI E: '
"IH-Pe" XYliitelmnse Station ' L 'LM
"A cheery .smile if well zmrfb while." C ' M'f"-I
Student Council lg Masque and Sandal 1, 2g Foreig n- D ' "-141, ,
guage Club 2g TraHic Corps 3g Echo 4. 4. '.J,':'4'4Q4s.,
GERALDINE PRINCE lk Q, K, ff
"jerry" lfleiiiiiigtori I 4 "2
HCQlll'fC'Qll.l' fZ70llgl? my." f .., 17
Chorus 1, 2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3. NJ! l 4
EDITH HAARRIET REASONER ky
"Edie" Flemington V 1
, Wllze good of Iver Zwearliffgfe' e Q her smile." S
Cl , 2, W5 0" Club 2g -N
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fwlgfrl ffl I of 1 and frzeu len." ,
' Transferud from Pennington High School its ptgnber
1944. Girls' Leader Corps 2g Mixed Chorus 2. X?
EUGENE F. RINGER
"He Il'UI'l'jL'.l' fluff he bflH'f6.l' Hof."
Served in U. S. Army.
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4 QPresidentj.
l 40blIl.incl1e"',,,, Sergeant iw
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1rwq'keL51yI. nd .rpm-r."
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DONALD ROBINSON '-
"Dancing ix his par.ri011."
Echo 3, 4g Student Voice l, 2, 3, 4g Masque and Sandal 1,
2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus l, 2, 35 Christmas Play 45 School
"I 11ez'erle.f .frlwrzl zwrlr inferfere zvifln fini."
ervecl in UNC. Navy.
Coolci Club 4.
ROGER N. SARGENTBVEP
"ling" VVhitehous E
"B1'r1u'11 eyes, hrnzwz hairg
fall and hamlJ0111e,' girlf' beware 'li
Tumbling Club 1, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4, StudentfCbuncil 3
Football 4, Echo 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4. '
"Liltle-but oh my!"
Knitting Club lg Chorus 1, 2g Dance Band 35 Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4. -
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" STANLEY RODKIN
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"He hath a 111alhe111a1i1'al 111i11d."
Tumbling Club 2, 4g Foreign Language Club 21 Football 4.
BERNARD FRANK RONALDIER
"Sile11re if 11'i.fdr1111 and geli' 11 1111111 f1'ie11d.i."
Current History 2, Baseball I.
.f AUGUST s. ROTH
' "You jlul fdllll help liking him. fm' he ir .1
fx jolly good fellow."
hbling 1, 4g Foreign Language Club 23 Chemistry Club
5' Fo tbal 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Echo 4.
f HQlljEf and lHll'0llt'L'l'll?d. "
Kn w Your Money Club 1 g Future Farmers of America 3,-1.
"VValt" Sand Brook
"Wharf ha.: .rrhool la do u'ilh 1l'0l'h.3H
Tumbling Club il, 4.
ULU MFQMY SARGENT
Amy Lou W'hl!elxouse
and goodflefi' in her jrerfwz
Masque and Sandal l
S. ff .- , AUL SCHOMP
6-iff -ami" Oldwick
ta' 1' - rlal, mihle, and iwell bred mail."
Served in aYy.
Transferred from Red Bank High School in November
THERESA A. SCHWENDERMAN
"The milder! 111a1z11er.f and the ge11lle.s'l hea1'1."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Masque and Sandal lg Glee Club 4.
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' e Flemington
Ver foo bzzryxo join in fuzz. dl1l'dy.f ml hand ulven
5 tlrerelr work to be done."
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Key Klickers 3, 43 Echo 1 4 Student
Voice 4g Masque and Sandal 1, 25 Honor Society
"Larry" XYhitehouse Station
"1l'li,rrhief often lurkr where it if lem! ex ezled
j, V. Basketball 25 Tumbling 4.
"Tl1w'e if fm lmrry: you will ge! llaere 111 due lime
Arts and Crafts l, 2g Football 3g Tumbling 1 4 Boys
IRENE E. SLEDZEWSKY
"She ir 41 rrnlrlluzl friend: 41 friend rare and bald lo d
Chorus l, 23 Foreign Language Club 25 Masque and San
dal lg Key Klickers 3, 4g Echo 4g Basketball 1 2 3 4
CHARLES M. STRYKER
"Gad bleu the man who ifzreured
Football 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"johnny" Pleasant Run
"lf1'el1ll1ally?b11I 1101 Hou
Foreign Language Club 2g Laboratory Ass
bling 1, 4. WX. ,t
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ANNE TOLISCHUS ,
-' L ' ' "'l31lish" f 'Reazli-npzton ' '
"Tl9ere'f a deal of dezillry beuealb fha! mild exlcriw'." ,
Student Voiee 2, S, 43 Chorus 1,
Club 23 Foreign Language Club 23
2, 33 Echo 3, 43 Art
Key Klickers 3, 4.
MARY l. TOTH
"There ix a .vnre reuard fm' faillvffzl .rifw1t'c."
Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus 1, 23
Knitting Club l.
H1II1l0t'L'lll'U.9 lf'.a' bard In tell."
Football 13 Glec Club l, 23 Tumbling I, Ai.
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NANCY S. TRI ER
HThjIIKQ.f fnrlziddeu bare a
Masque and Sandal lg journalism 2, 33 Student Voice
3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4.
f 'SJ I ' jOYCE VAN ARSDALE
SM I 6 , Y "Joyce" uillitellouse
f- 11 I df .Why at I ,fL'yl1l.'i A
f- 9, Fibre ' ubgk Chorus 4. 'fl
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nfiaw xv x I , 1
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ARLENE VAN AULEN . 'X if Y
"Red" XVhitehouse -
"She 1l'!1llld rather laik lo a man llrfazz all angel any day."
Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Library Club 2, 4.
RICHARD VAN FLEET
"Many a man har rifen almre his al1l1rez'ia.fed beighff'
Current Events Club lg Tumbling Club lg Glee Club 23
Chemistry Club 3.
VIVIAN H. VELEHRADSKY
"Charm fha! .rlri,6e.r fhe .s'igh.f, and mer!! llaal
Arts and Crafts lg Masque and Sandal 1
43 Student Voice 3, 4g Girls' Leader
Basketball 43 Manager 3, 43 Student C
Play 23 Class Vice-President 1, 2, 33 Class
Traffic Corps I, 2, 33 Honor Society, '
CHARLOTTE M. VER A
kid llaptistowix if ,
"Leave .filefzfe to the godf: I am buf l7lH7ld7Z.
Masque and Sandal lg journalism lg Mixed Charm
T av ' I v M
J 4 ,"- 3 IJAMES VERME I
A J' 'X .ji "jack" Flemington
Ag' "Alu'ay.f in laigb and billing 071 all eighlf'
'Mixed Chorus lg Tumbling 15 Christmas Play 25 Foreign
Language Club 25 Laboratory Assistants 35 Baseball 3, 45
Football 45 Echo 45 Student Voice 4.
Q JOHN E. VROOM
"ll"e do 1101 1421111 him any loiigerf
he if long enough already." ' ,
Served in U. S. Navy. X if
Boys' Cooking Club 45 School Play 4. c-X KSMKQV5 I
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MARTIN E. WAISEMPACHER IIOV gy fy 'I
"Marty" Sand Brook W X 5 y Xf, Xi!
"A liglvl hear! lifes longeirfsl -fc f Rf, ,lf
Tumbling 1, 4. 'Nix ,xo 4 ,ST 'I ,,l" .If
MARIE AGNES WALSH by QI
"Marie" Reaville J -
"To do well 117110 albert if a pleawre to me,"
Foreign Language Club 25 Student Voice 39 Echo 45 Li-
brary Club fVice-Presidentj 4.
I ELSIE WEISS 8 ' 6
" Ifssie" Flemington X WW
Simerily and good uafme are el Q A
Masque and Sandal 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleai1nQ2??
Leader Corps 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3iJ'GfH5NCof
2, 35 Echo 4, tc?
"ll"orry kills men: why die?" I
Current,Event.s Club 15 Future Farmers of America 4., i-
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DERECK B. WILLIAMSON
"None but himrelf can be bit parallel."
Current History Club 1, 25 Hill Billy Band 1, 45 Masque
and Sandal 3, 45 Student Voice 45 Christmas Play 25 Stu-
dent Council Play 3. '
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4 JOHN ORVILLE WILSON im, .
I "jack" Flemington 5 . 4' 'JI , ,L
"QzzillerJ newer 1l'll1,' zvimzeri zzeifefi q11il.", y, ' . 5 g
Future Farmers of America 1, 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 5, 45 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4.
MABEL L. WILSON
"Laughler and chatler are my COIYCEVILU
Chorus 1, 3, 45 Girls' Baseball 2, 3.
"Full of fllll and mi,rrbief."'
Girls' Leader Corps 35 Chorus 2, 4. I
JJ Oi I-md, ot- L--I'-K 4 D"u'V'5 to "' 9 'Tu' AA' '
M ' '5la5ocas.i' 3l
"A cheerful difpoyifiorz if 41 great a5.ret."
Orchestra lg Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2g Library Club 2
Chorus 1, 23 Key Klickers 3, 4, fPresidentjg Echo 4
"Cheerful whenever you meet ber."
Club 1, 2g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2
Clu 13 Dance Band 2, 4g Key Klickers 3g Band 4.
CAN YOU I UAGINEY
Mr. Loch crocheting doilies for the men teachers' room?
David Hendershot with a handlebar moustache?
Mr. McPherson in a zoot suit?
Mrs. Godley with peek-a-boo bangs?
Effie Flovin with AnnBonney Hall's figure?
Miss Andrus in dungarees and a plaid shirt?
Betsy Miller without a glib tongue?
Mr. Strohaber without his sharp jackets?
Mr. Davison doing a bubble dance at the junior Prom?
jakie Dvoor as a scholar, not an athlete?
F.H.S. with a beautiful athletic held?
Going out the driveway without losing an exhaust pipe?
Miss Scott really angry?
Ruth Lodge without a high I.Q.?
Bebe Morris using bobby pins?
Bobby Hartpence and Dave Haas without that smitten look?
Mary Everitt when the cat has her tongue?
Helen jungblut without a comb, lipstick and mirror?
Frank Thompson without his arm around at least one girl?
Harry Hults 6'1" and Johnnie Vroom 5'2"?
Paul Schomp and Bobby Hagen in an argument?
Betty Kistner not going somewhere with some guy?
Mickey McPherson minus giggles?
The boys' locker mess cleared up?
Wilbur Conner with a steady girl?
Everyone enjoying himself at an assembly?
Dick Meehan not temperamental?
Ken Kinnaird walking all the way to school every day?
Dick Pape with a full-sized convertible?
Dale Floyd bellowing with rage?
The front steps without seniors in the springtime?
Having Benny Goodman's Orchestra for noon hour dancing?
Dean Gulick on the honor roll? '
The French III class learning French?
Louie Billera bald?
Frank Kadezabek driving a muddy truck to school?
Walt Sahaydak without a beard?
Sand Brook without Martin Waisempacher?
Benny Avila as the principal of Flemington High?
A basketball game without Dick Malanaphy's horn?
, H ',,.4lJ-17.4 -"Lu,
Row one: james Burke, Bernard I-Iudecek, Paul Row three: john Vroom, Paul Schomp, Donald
Bugyi, Frank Thompson, 'lack Butt, Richard Chap' Turner. Missing: Richard Hall, Robert Hall,
ple, Alex Brost. Row two: Walter Lang, Rudy David Hendershot, Ernest Oakes, Seymour
Cedro, ,lack Davenport, Walter Robinson, james Toberisky, Robert Higgins, Herbert Furstcnburg,
Trimmer, Eugene Ringer, Thomas Cavanaugh. john Pulkowski, and Michael Santo.
VETERANS AT F.H.S.
Wie have seen many changes around F. H. S. this year, but the one we
have probably noticed most was the presence of veterans in our classes. Many
of these fellows took advantage of the "G. I. Bill of Rights" to further their
education. Some had already completed high school, but enrolled in post
graduate courses to facilitate entrance to college. Others completed their sen-
ior year which had been interrupted by World War II. Those who returned
as seniors graduated as members of the "Class of 1947",
Many returned veterans have participated in various activities, such as
the Student Council and the Hill Billy Band. They have also produced a
basketball team composed entirely of veterans. With a bit of ingenuity they
have converted the former print shop into a place of their own called thc
The schoolwork of the "Vets" has indicated that the years spent away
from school have given them a more serious attitude toward education.
Row onc: Edna McPherson, Vivian Velehradsky, Row two: Guy Bell, jane Wtrrst, Barbara H igcn
Anne Moreau, Barbara Hartpence, Betsy Miller, Mrs. Cregar, sponsor, Helen Sedlowslxr Ruth
eannctte Gingell. Lodge, Willialin McCorl-ale.
The Flemington High School Honor Society is an affiliate of the Na'
tional Honor Society. The objectives of this national organization are to
encourage development of character, to promote worthy leadership, to foster
a desire for scholarship, and to stimulate an enthusiasm for rendering service.
Each year candidates for admission to the society are nominated from
the upper twenty per cent of the Senior Class by the faculty, who in turn
select forty per cent of this upper fifth. To qualify for membership, each
candidate must receive the approval of all faculty members on Character, Lead-
ership, Scholarship and Service.
Election to this organization is one of the highest honors in high school.
This fact is iirmly impressed on everyones mind by the elaborate initiation
ceremony in assembly. The group of new members is conducted to four suc
cessive stations representing Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.
At every standard each member places a lighted candle, this forming the
letter C for Character, S for Scholarship, L for Leadership and S for Service.
At each station a lesson from the ritualistic key is taught. After eacli mem-
ber pledges himself to uphold the principles of the Honor Society, he re-
ceives the gold key of the society, which is presented by the President of the
Board of Education. Following the ceremony, a reception is held in honor
of the new members.
Not only is membership in the National Honor Society an honor, but it
may facilitate a financial loan to further education, or provide an effective
recommendation to college ofhcials concerned with entrance qualifications.
Dale Floyd, bequeath my shyness to Allan "Hopeless"
Bonney Hall, leave my undying love for Benny "Coo"
, Betsy Miller, leave my sharp wit to Paul Williamson.
Glenn Hooper, bequeath my third pair of gym shorts to all incoming freshman boys.
Gus Roth, leave my good nature to Mr. Davison.
Helen jungblut, leave the prom queen's crown to the belle of the junior class.
Gil Carter, leave my scholastic abilities to Maier Salamon.
George Higgins, bequeath my goatee to Tony Mina.
Peggy Black, leave my gym clothes to Shirley Foley
, Anne Moreau, am taking everything of mine with me-I need it.
Avila to Flossie Myers.
Guy Bell, bequeath my collection of sweaters to Marion Mount.
Bud Ownes, leave my clean-cut basketball playing to future players.
Dick Meehan, bequeath my Irish temper to Mrs. Lloyd.
Lou Billera, leave my "E"xcellent work in solid geometry to any unfortunate who
may follow in my footsteps,
jack Verme, leave my way with women to Mike Brost.
Laura Hart, leave my shyness and modesty to Elizabeth Headley.
Wayne Thomas, bequeath by briefcase to Norman D. Cunningham Ur. or III?j.
Ann Federaka, leave my love to stay home on Friday to any future fwisej freshman.
Henry Desnos, leave my blushing ability to Marvin Snyder.
Ann Hylan, bequeath my red hair to Emma Hensel.
Rosie Lentini, leave my harlequin glasses to Mr. Strohaber.
"Ellie" Flovin, leave the fellows of F. H. S. inspired.
Doris Kronmaier, do not bequeath my ring. I want it, who wouldn't!
Chug, leave Roger. I, Roger, leave Chug. No-Sargent and Velehradsky are tak-
ing each other!
Jeannette Gingell and Mickey McPherson, leave our giggles to Frank Navarro.
Kadezabek, Sahaydak, Waisempacher and Welisewitz, leave our names to Kuhl,
Lawson, Fields and Houck.
Laird Kinnaird, Slug Williamson, Russ Hoffman and Dick Malanaphy bequeath
our "all for one and one for a1l" attitude to the United Nations.
Mabel and Mildred Wilson, leave our family affection to Faith and Carol Cav-
Charles Stryker and Larry Selover, leave our experienced ability of playing hookey
to Charlie Dodge, Dean Gulick, LeRoy Fleming and "jiggs" Sheppard.
the Halls, leave! May the school rest in piecefsj.
lastly, We, the Class of 1947, leave our respected reputation as an excellent ex-
ample for all future seniors.
VIVIAN VELEHRADSKY, Prexident.
esses : , ,
Doris Kronmaier, Vice Preridenl
Edna McPherson, Secretary
Helen jungblut, Trearurer
jack Wilson, Sargeant-at-arm:
Mr. Davison's favorite --
Aveta, Cecelia .... ....
Balek, Al ......
saying" "What brand is
----Too much homework --
Balik, Frances --- .... Pat .............. ----
Barrick, Morris --- ----
Bell, Guy .... -
Belonsoff, john .......,.
Berdy, Bob -..--
Billera, Louis --
Black, Peggy ....
Bugyi, Paul --
Buhel, joyce ...... ....
Bush, joan --
Butt, Jack ....
Carter, Gil --
Cedro, Rudy ...... ....
Chaloupecky, joe .......
Claus, Bob ...... ....
Daggett, Betty Jane ....
Getting my hair cut --
Voted class lover ......
The Oakland ............
Too much homework and
not enough Doris
Being called "Liz" -
----Miss Fanget's "little" --
----Check in transit --
P. A. D. ..........
Too much homework ......
50c for lockers, innocent ....
I'm satisfied ..............
Homework -- ----
-This ! ......
Desnos, Henry ......... The draft .......
Dirnberger, Gladys ..... Where's that new ---
Dobozynski, Anna ..... Over eating .......
Mr. Mac Pherson's --
Dvoor, Melvin --- .... Homework -----
English Class ------
Eick, Mary ....
Evgfirt, Mary --- .... Being called "infant" --
Fedaraka, Ann --- .... Coming to school on --
Fgntgn, Ann ,,..... .... E xperimental chemists --
Fillebrown, Francis ....
-Women drivers - ...... -
Fitzer, Donald --- ---
Fitzer, George --- ---
Floyd, Dale ..... ---
-------P. A. D. -----
-Health class -..--
-Not enough sleep --..
Foray, Theresa --- ---
Fraass, Marion --- ..-- Being late every day --
Garis, jo Ann --- ----
Late Irishmen -...--...... Square Dancing
--- .-.. George Higgins' cowboy
-----Max Block ----------
----Loud ties -----
Being thrown off horses---
Chewing gum -----
Selling cars --- ----
Laughing --.-- ----
Gum chewing --- ----
Footall .-..- ---
Long hair ------------
Trying to play music ---
Hair -.-.-... .. ----- -
Gym clothes ----------.
My honey ---
Sioux and Rusty -.-...
Wolfish tendencies ----
Sleeping, day dreaming
Elaine Hynds --- ---
Walking --------- ---
Mr. tall, dark, and
-Well Ill be-- - ---------------- Dottie
-You know --- ...- That would be telling
-Eh, What! ..--..-.-.-...--.....- "HIM"
-How about that now? .....-..-..-.. Chip
-Hot spit ----..----.--.---..----..- Katie
-"Yes, sir" ---- I don't know who she is-yet
How 'bout that now --.....-....-. M-m-m!
Holy cow! -----.-.-.. --..-..-...-. L ee
Hell's bells -.-----....-.- Kenny, of course
-Giddy up, whoa, back! ----.---.----- Doris
Oh! Gosh --- ..-...-.-..-.-...... Coyet
It's terrific ---.--.. For me to know and you
to find out
-Ah men, God's gift ........ A person of the
opposite sex, that is
-Me? I didn't do it .... 865 subsistence check
-"Man"! ---...--.. ..-.-..- O range crush
-Elaine Hynds ----.-.- --- Elaine Hynds
A happy disposition ---Oh, if I had the wings
Curly hair --.--..--.-.
Long fingernails ..--.-
Forgetting to remember
Walking on a cloud --
of an angel--.D.M.H.
.You wouIdn't know .-..
"just a regular guy" .---.. They're all o.k.
That would be telling
-Oh, my goodness! ------.- That'd be telling
-Are you kidding? --
-Oh! joy ----.--.
--- Football games
--- Who knows?
Studying at noon time ---Do you not .-..-.-.---- -----,,,, S fan
Always alone ..---.-.-.. The heck with women ------ Infant women
Sports ---- -.-. W hat do you say? ----- ,-,-,,,, N Une
Jack -... .... O h! Honey ......... .... J ohn Orville
Talking -- - .--- Oh, for pity sake! --- --- Hard to tell
Freckles ..--..---...- Fillinilly --------- ,,,,,,,, N one
Doing square sets ----..
Gum chewing --- ---
Hair ----.....-- ----
Model T Fords --- ----
----Model T Fords --- ----
----Being tardy ----------
Getting out of study --
----Dimples --------- -----
I w0uldn't know -.-....
-My bangs -----
-Oh, I don't know --- --- U. S. Army
--Ah, hi-Rh! -----....... - "Influence"
-----That's a Ford for you --- --- Brunettes
-Why? ---------------.. ........... N one
How do you do? ..----,,,-,, -,,,,, N gne
Im tired ..-.... ---
-You know --- - -----.,,,,,,, , F, W,
.Oh! brother .------- ,,,, R U55
-What d'yuh say? --- --- None
Oh! dat!! ----- ........--..- F rankie
Boy, I'll say! --- .---.----- --,,,,,, 5 tag
Piffle ------.- -- Basketball team captain
Danny, boy ...... ........... L ife of Riley
----Legs ----------- -----None -------
----------- ? ?
-- I think he's cute
Haas, David .....
Hagan, Mildred ......
Hagen, Barbara ........
Hall, Ann Bonney ....
Hart, Laura ..........
F-lartpence, Barbara ....
-Iensel, Kate ..........
-liggins, George ......
-lill, Robert ......
loffman, Russell ---
-looper, Glenn ....
'ludecek, Bernard ....
iults, Harry ......
-lylan, Ann ....
-lynds, Virginia ......
armson, Margaret ....
ungblut, Helen ......
Iadezabek, Frank ......
Iaim, Walter ....
Cinnaird, Laird ......
Iinnaird, Kenneth -
Iistner, Betty .....
Iozicki, Helen ---
Qronmaier, Doris ......
a Tourette, Shirley
awshe, Doris .....
entini, Rose .......
iskowacki, Helen -
odge, Ruth ......
ucas, Margaret ---
lathews, Doris ---
fcCorkle, Bill ....
icKay, Lewis ....
cPherson, Edna ---
eehan, Dick --
iller, Betsy ....
oreau, Anne ....
orris, Elizabeth ......
undy, Fred ....
wnes, Bud ---
----Helpful sisters ------
- Homework - - -
-Homework - -
-My brothers - - -
- Homework ........
- Moving to Pittstown .....
- --My little sister - - -- -
-No letter today ! ..........
----My driving ---
- Blond hair --
----Blond hair -------
-Demerits ................ Having plenty of fun
----If you can't speak well
of anything, don't
speak at all
----Never enough time ---
----Athletic field ---
-Stay awake all day ---
----Not enough privileges -
People who dislike .......
-Open the door, Richard
-Chuckie knows --.----
-Being late with Marion
-Typing ---...... ....
----Talking too much -----
Being prompt --------
----Large economy size -
Corn - ----- ---- ----
----Thanks for the car tonight, Mom ------ Mary
----Honey ---------------------- Sonney Boy
----Oh, nuts! ---- --- Don't you know yet?
----Ben-ben coo --- ------,,,--, Marine
----Oh, nuts! ------- --- Writing letters
----How 'bout that? ---
----? ? ------------------
Fore the love of Mike! ---
--------- D. H.
--------- D. H.
--- A certain sailor
Who you think you is? .-----.- Alaskan trip
there's a way know
Where there's a will ---.
-- That's for me to
and you to find out
-Huh? --..---.--- .. -.--.---...---.- Violin
----I don't believe it ------
Not to be divulged
at this moment
Egad ! --.--.---..--.-------.---.-- Gerry
-----Blue eyes ---- ----Threats of violence make --- ---- My family
-Red hair -- -..- Dear Lord --- -- Rusty
----Blushing -- ----Yes, yes! -------------------------- ? ?
-----My smile ---- ----Gollies! That would be telling ------ Chuckie
Dimples .-..----- ---
Sr hool ,, , .--.-----..--- -Flirting .------- -
-The cussedness of ---
----No money -----------
----Getting up in the ---
-- - -Homework - -
-F. H. S. ...--..----- -
---Homework .----- ---
---Few good contributions
for Student Voice
P. A. D. --...-
- - --My thoughts - - --
----Locker jam -----
- - --Getting up early - - -
Ialanaphy, Richard .-.--
- -- -Two-minutes between -
---V. P. -----.- ---
- - -Doing homework - - - --
- ---Unfair criticism of - --
---Some girls -.-. ---
Damp weather .........---
People who scrape -------.
fingernails on black-boards
-Nothm' -......... ..-- ----
- --Homework ---. - - -
Life and the future ---
----Only one head --- ---
The Oakland --- ---
Always hungry --- ---
Tall --- ---- ---
Always on time --..-.-
----Being deep in a dream
-Goody, goody gum drop ------.-.. Dimples
-Blank ---.--.---.---.------. Walt, Marty
----Oh, yeah? -
-Oh, my! .----.
-Get off me back --
-God love 'em ---
-Aint it? -.---- ---
Don't you think so? .-..
---Oh, fudge! -...-- ---
Talking ---.-------.--- Hubba, hubba! -- -
Sweaters -- -- --
Oh, brother ---
--- A. Bros!
---- Ice cream
- -- -..- johnny
Laughing ---- Sooner or later .-.--- That would be telling
Brains ..-----.----.-- Why? .--..--.- .-..-- T hat is my affair
Hair do ---.---.-------
Opposition to teachers
Getting home early --.--
Un the A.M.J
?? ---.-------- -.--
Never on time --- ----
Irish temper .-.-. ---.
Those glasses --.------
That raised eyebrow -.-.-
Talking .----.-- ----
Slow but sure --- ---
What is it? .---
--------- Honey chile
------------- J. D.
Paul --- --- That's no crush!
Buddy ..--.--.-. -- You'd be surprised
How about that? -.----. -....-- N avy
Pinch me, I'm dreaming .-.-.. Quarterback
Excuse me for breathing
Oh, my Lord! -.--.-..-.-- I love them all
Oh, go soak your --- --- Guy Lombardo's
Nuts ! ------.----
-Oh ! --.-.-.-----..
Hair .--...-. ---- N one in particular ---
-- Jo Ann
V A Name
Pizi, Mary A. --- .... Homework .... ----
Prince, Geraldine ......
Reasoner, Edith .......
Reigle, Mary ...........
Ringer, Eugene ........
Roadenbaugh, Blanche ---
Robinson, Donald .....
Rodkin, Stanley ........
Ronalder, Bernard .....
Roth, August .........
Sabo, Bill ....... ....
Sahaydak, Walter .......
Sargent, Amy --- ----
-P. A. D. --
My brother ---
50c donation .............
Foolin' around Uokell
English periods ...........
Sargent, Roger --- .... M. V.s ----
Schaadt, Elsie .........
Schomp, Paul .........
Sedlowski, Helen .......
Selover, Larry ---
Sine, Bill .......
Sledzewsky, Irene ......
Sleep ? .....
Ben Gun .........
P. A. D. Class ............
----Only a dog could love
the life I lead
----P. A. D. ----------
-Coming to school ....
Too short a hunting .......
No comment ......
Sutphin, john --- .... Homework -----
Taylor, Don .... ....
Tolichus, Ann ---
Toth, Mary .... ....
Totten, Kenny --- ----
None, the Ford's --
running just now
Getting up early --
School buses ---
It gets late too early .....
French II ................ Being late to school
Trimmer, Nancy ....... Jealous people ......
Van Arsdale, Joyce ..... P. A. D. ---
Van Aulen, Arlene .....
Van Fleet, Dick ....... Homeroom 21 ---
Velehradsky, Vivian ..... Missing bus ---
Verity, Charlotte .......
Verme, Jack ...........
Waisempacher, Martin ---
Walsh, Marie --- ----
Weiss, Elsie -.--..-..
Welisewitz, Mickey ---I
Williamson, Dereck ----
Wilson, john O. -.---- ,
Wilson, Mabel L. .......
Wilson, Mildred -..-..
Wurst, Jane --.. ----
Yard, Marie .--. ----
Same old story ---------.-
Too young to grow a --.--
Not being able to ----...
drive at noon
-People in a hurry ----..-. Class clown --- -----
Too much homework ------
Getting up in the ....---
Being called "Maggie"
Conditional license - - - - - --
Mary Reigle --..---..-
Dark eyes --- ----
Talking ---. -.-.
-Kill it ---
------- A. J.
----Mary Pizi --- -----Oh! My g0Sh ---- -------- L- C-
----4th Period --- -----Who? ----------- -- Driving truck
----Talking --,- -----Are you kiddin? -- ----- -l-'
----Jokes OJ -------------Idjit ---------- ----------- MC'
-----Remarks -------------.l'm Worryin' --- ------ None VCI
-Unknown knowledge ---Why? .......... --- Th3f'S mY Hffail'
-,--Smile ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,Ah-go home --- ----- Anne Marilyn
-Saying too much -..-.-- Why? .......... ------------ B londs
,Beard ,,,,,,,,, ..,,, Y ea! Sand Brook ...--- "Farmer's Daughter"
----Freddie -- -----Oh, Freddie! ----- ----------- Freddie!
----Chug ---- -----Chug ------ ---------- Chug
----Shortness --- -----Oh, Gosh! ------ ----------- M. D-
,-,,I-leigh: ,, ---UI-lo! I-I0 !---------------- You should know
-----Hair ---- -----Oh, Christopher! ---------- D.M.S. Rt. 30
Laughing --- ----- Oh! For goodness sake .----.--.- That guy
----Wave in hair - -----I is sick ------------- ---- Trip to Alaska
Talking -- - ---
Blushing -- ----
-I dont know -------.-
-Oh, for heaven's sake!
-Speed ----..--------.-- I'll say --........-..
Always eatin' candy ----
Bashful grin ----...---- I, yi yu! ---------- That would be telling
Formal arguments --.-- -
------ S. H.
- .-.- Not saying
-How about that? -- ------ No such animal
Good for him -.--.---.----.-...-.
-Do a good job, don't --.-.. Strawberry blond
Overdue slips from .--.- Ugga, ugga boo --
Snapping gum .-------
work too hard cupcakes
--- Digger O-dell
-Oh, shucks! -.----- ---. K ilroy
What say kiddo? ----.-...-.--- M. C. H.
---I wouldn't say that now
My rocking chair --.-.-- I could say something, but
Red hair --------.---
Being with girls --..-.
-For Heaven's sake! ---..
I won't --- Horses
--- j. T. Uimmyj
-Oh, you're such a dope -------. You tell me
-Shes so nice -.---.-.---
Work! -.------- -.-.. Y ea, two of them! --
-Playing M. V. --- ---Hey, speedy! ----- ---
-Cow lick ----- --.-- H ell no! .----.. ---
Blushing --.. ----
Smile ---.----.. -.,,
-Oh. my goodness!
-Cheese and rice --
-Muscle bound --- ----- Hey, Indian ----
Mary E. Eick -- -----
-- --- Mary Melick
Roger -----...---..--..- You should know
--- Clarence Carver
--- College Boards
Slim lGuess who?j
------ I'm bashful
- A guy named joe
Subsequently ------- --- l'm not particulal
Stop that, I l0vC it --------.. Mary E, Eid
M06 ......... .---. B ut definitely ..--...--.--...,,, ,,,, M or
Teeth ..... ..-.. Y ou name it-I'll feed it ..,.-...,, "Red'
-Blond hair --- ----- Oh, my! ,,,,,-,----- ---g- - H That bo!
"True friend" --- --... That's tough ---- ,,, ?
llest Natured: Class Lover: l,uuis liillem B L k'
est oo mg: Most Sophicticated:
l ulnnn Ilngvll Mus Ruth Lass S h ' 7- " '
weet eqrt. lX.llllt'lll lotteu, llelczm juuglllul hug Hell lgthe lflnv
Peppiest: ' Best Dressed: lh-n liulmius.-n Best Mannered:
lxxm-s lfmlnu Xlcpllvrsml lNl:u'iuu l'.I'Jl2lws llill Slut'-nltlc X'ix'1:m Ya-lvlntumlslty
Most Talkative: Mary l':Vl'I'lll
Quietest: Best Athletes: B D
est ancers: Most Popular'
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VOL.75 No.6 FLEMINGTON , FRIDAY, JUNE 1,1957 25 CENTS
The former Miss Vivian Velehradsky,
prominent motion picture executive, lost a
325 bet recently when she married Roger
Sargent, the mad chemist.
Miss Mary Iiveritt, comedy star of the
new Broadway hit "Speechless" is in danger
of losing her job. The producer, W. Ever-
ett McCorkle, jr., claims that her tendency
toward talkativeness is ruining the show's
Miss lidna McPherson is using her cheer-
leading ability in training the new all-male
"Rockette's Chorus" at the Radio City Music
Hall. Martin Waisempacher, Frank Kade-
zabek, NVJalter Sahaydak, and Mickey Welise-
witz are star-members of this dancing team.
Miss Amy Sargent, virtuoso of the piano,
made her debut at Carnegie Hall last
Wednesday night, playing her brilliant ren-
dition of "Chopsticks."
The cameras are facing two new romantic
discoveries this season the enchanting Ellie
Flovin playing opposite the heart throb of
nillions, Louis Billera.
Merlin Douglas and Robert Claus, world
famous quoit hurlers, will hold a champion-
ship match at Madison Square Garden next
Saturday evening. Manager-owner Laird
Kinnaird announced yesterday that tickets
for the event have been completely sold out.
Kenneth Totten is employed by the Gin-
gell Modeling Corporation. He is current-
ly working with Miss Helen jungblut to
boost the sale of Lodge Cosmetic Products.
"jake" Dvoor and "Bud" Ownes announce
the opening of a new gymnasium on Third
Avenue, where they will specialize in re-
ducing overweight theatrical stars. The new
slim, streamlined Glenn Hooper will vouch
for the course. Miss JoAnn Garis will act
as sales-manager and receptionist.
Wayne Tnomas gave a private reading of
his latest poetic compositions at the last
meeting of the exclusive Westchester Coun-
ty Republican Women's Club. Miss Ann
Hylan, executive president of this organiza-
tion, reports that the club was extremely en
thusiastic about Mr, Thomas' works, The
next program will include clarinet selections
by Miss Barbara Hartpence and a few well
chosen remarks on "The Effect of Radio-Ae
tive Waves on Hippopotamin by Professor
Richard Van Fleet.
George Higgins, blonde film star, is grow-
ing a beard this season in preparation for
the starring role in "The Alaskan Trapper."
The picture, which will be filmed in Nome,
Alaska, will be directed by Eugene Ringer
and produced by multi-millionaire Guy Bell.
The party will leave from San Francisco on
july 29 aboard the SS. john Vroom, and
will include the two eminent authorities on
Alaska, Larry Selover and Richard Meehan,
who have spent several years selling refrig-
erators and bathing suits near Nome.
Lady Elizabeth Morris-Vanderbuilt, prom-
inent society leader and president of the
Local "400" of New York, surprised the
society world recently when she galloped
down Broadway on her horse., "Windy,"
while wearing a black strapless gown.
Talented Charles Stryker has the title role
in the production "The Deep Sleep." This
play is now being produced in Boston by
Bernard Ronalder. Sets were done by Rose
Lentini and costuming by Virginia Hynds.
Jack Verme, swaggering owner of the Sar-
atoga Racetrack, is wintering in New York.
Rumors have it that he is interested in ac-
quiring some of Dale Floyd's string of
"The Life and Loves of Stanley Rodkin"
is the title of a new motion picture concern-
ing the life story of one of America's most
famous song writers. Starring in the title
role will be Richard Malanaphy, playing op-
posite Tess Schwenderman.
john Belonsoff, opera impressario, was
taken suddenly ill at his home in Bucks
County, Pa. Dr. Robert X. Hill, M.D.,
Ph.D., and D.D.T., was hurriedly called back
from a vacation in the Fiji Islands to attend
him. Due to prompt application of a new
wonder drug, Liscowackathane, named for
the eminent chemist who discovered it, Mr.
Belonsoff's condition is reported rapidly im-
The marriage of Miss joan Bush, scenario
writer of Hollywood, California, to her sec-
retary, August Roth, took place at the Little
Church Around the Corner, on May 3. The
Right Reverend D. Bradford Williamson,
Bishop of Mozambique, officiated at the cere-
mony. The wedding party included Coun-
tess LeBoutillier, the former Miss Gladys
Dirnburger, as matron of honor, and Harry
Hults, history professor at Vassar, as best
man. Other prominent guests seen were
Miss Cecelia Aveta, the Hon, Lewis McKay,
Lady Virginia Lamendola-Smith, and john
Sundburg, local lunch-wagon proprietor.
The Wedding March was played by Miss
Elsie Schaadt, and Mr. Paul Gilmore sang
"I Love You Truly."
The Robinson Brothers, Berdy, and Balek's
Circus has announced the addition of several
star performers to their troupe. Among
them are Mary Eick and her trained seals,
glamorous Helen Sedlowski, bare-back rider,
and the Kozicki-Mundy acrobatic aerialists.
The jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, which
was held recently, starred Francis Fillebrown
in impressionistic dances. Miss Louise
Geczi kindly consented to donate her services
as square set caller.
Word has been received from Ann Dobo-
zynski, who is touring France with the Rod-
enbaugh Traveling Players, that "Bubbles"
QBonneyj Hall, formerly of this country, is
currently appearing with them in a specialty
act in the famous Follies Bergeres.
Laura Hart and Russell Hoffman, rollick-
ing comedy team of the West Coast, came
East recently to appear in a command per-
formance at the White House. President
joe Chaloupecky and members of his cab-
inet attended the extravaganza.
jack Davenport defeated Rudy Cedro at
the Paris to Geneva Bicycle classic in May.
Davenport rated third among feather weight
competitors and came in two days before
Misses Betsy f"Cutie"j Miller and Anne
f"Slim"j Moreau are working their way
through dramatic school by appearing night-
ly at the Empire Theatre in Newark.
David Haas is doing absolutely nothing!
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AIUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
l.c-tt to right: Dolores Thompson, secretaryg Mar-
jorie Voorhees, vice-presidentg lfarl Lawson, presif
tlcntg lXlarie 'l'.iylor, treasurer.
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
September 6, Well. lt may not have meant much to you, but to us Juniors it
was one ot the most memorable days of our lives. Yes. we were real live Fresh-
men confused. but happy, First came the Wzlr Bond Drive. then our Valen-
tine Dance. At last our "superiors" had a chance to see what we could do.
Our dance was a great success, needless to say, Finally came june, the last
report cards, and a fast summer.
'l'hen lo and behold, we were Sophomores. Our October dance-it had
a football theme - was also well attended and enjoyed, Wife contributed
wholeheartedly to the Red Cross and Polio drives, and many of our members
participated in football, basketball, and baseball activities.
Another year drew to a close and now we are Juniors. At last we have
underclassmen looking up to us. But tragedy struck in the fall when "Cliff"
Creed. our classmate. was killed in a plane crash. Our class offices showed
lfarl Lawson as president, Marjorie Voorhees as vice-president, Dolores
llillUl11PSOIl as secretary, and Marie Taylor as treasurer, Xxfe got our class rings
early in the year, and our prom was a terrific success. The guest really thought
they were in heaven. As before, we are great sports enthusiasts and very good
students. Our members have taken part in the various plays and we are
represented in many of the clubs. We have again aided the Red Cross and
As another successful year draws to a close. we fully realize that next
year we, the Class ot l9Al8, will be high and mighty seniors.
Home Room 29
Row one: Dolores Colla, Marilyn Cregar, Betty
Brokaw, Dotty Bodine, Angela Corona, Doris Den-
son, jessie Arendt, Shirley Bramich, Carol Carter,
Mildred Cary. Row two: Stanley Deemer, Albert
linea, jack Denbigh, Harold Dalley, jack Baker,
Billy Bird, Myron Brost, jim Barrick. Row three:
Mary Barrick, Mary Devoe, Claire Caka, Mar-
jorie Case, Catherine Bruckler, Betty Dilts, Doris
Cottrell, Margery Case, Row four: Bennett Avila,
Brevoort Conover, Mr. Howard S. Apgar, Will-
iam Allegar, Robert Cronce. Missing: Sherwin
Dalley, Shirley Cole, Roger Everitt, Allan Case,
Home Room 25
Row one: Margaret Beers, Marie Makarick, Do,
lores McDowell, Theresa Kolakowski, lrene Hom-
mer, Miss Helen Andrus, Emil Maresca, Harvey
Garbo, Tony Maddalena, joe Fust, Charles Leon
Row two: Carl Hockenbury, john Hruhos, Henry
Kuhl, Earl Lawson, Richard Houck, Mary john-
son, Marjorie Hoagland, Shirley Lambert, Carol
Hopper, Elaine Hynds. Row three: Doris Kline,
janet Fink, Anna Herder, Audrey Holcombe, jean
Zelinsky, Helen Foster, Gerry Lenfest, Norman
Hand, Ted Holmsen, Marvin Kuhl, Henry Glo-
vatsky. Row four: jack Field, john Liskowacki,
Rudy Krebbs. Missing: Carlton Ferris, Frank
Moldenhauer, Marjorie Mathews, Doris Hampton.
Home Room 3I
Row one: jean Snyder, Edith Reasoner, Dorothy
Plesnarski, Betty Reasoner, Ida Mae Piell, Miss
Wfanda Pettit, Tony Mina, Albert Miller, Calvert
Moore, jack Painter, Dick Romalho. Row two:
Helen Reasoner, josephine Neff, Manuelita Perez,
Ruth Porter, joan Rogers, Henry Snyder, Henry
Strauss, Fred Soltis, Frank Navarro, Kenneth
Schomp. Row three: Mary Melick, Virginia
Rinehart, Irene Podayko, Robert Reper, Geraldine
Miles, Betty Preckwinkle, Venice Patrizi. Row
four: john Sehwenderman, Floyd Prall, james
Omick, Peggy Sehomp, Richard Pape, Maier Sala-
mon. Missing: Fred Mc Gilveay, August Peters,
Home Room 2
Row one: Nancy Templeman, Marjorie Voorhees,
Alma Zielstorff, joyce Trimmer, Carol Cavanaugh,
Helen Szulim. Row two: Miss Evelyn Duane,
Laura Van Nuys, Dolores Thompson, Lorraine
Wllite, Marjorie Van Lieu. Row three: Robert
Klechner, Alex Wirsyla, Eugene Taylor, Louis
Van Roy, Manfried Wolf. Missing: Robert Zyls-
tra, Marie Taylor.
I. juan anal Lnuil' relax. Must hc a pretty imlu-rtant rnnverf
satirm. 3, That tent crwuldn't he pitched mi the school
izlwvtlluls. Y11tt'll have' tu ask Ruth, farnlyu, .hula and Bet'
ly ahfvut it. 3. Hank and jusly are takiup: life very seriously
thix aftcruruvn. 4. Mary and llivk lead the parade hack to
thc nhl grind. Strikz' up thc hand! S. It looks as though
farnl aurl Angela were going clown a chimney, hut it's just
the girl! eutranu' during umm huur. rw. Marilyn M-miie
doubtful, jurly determined, 7. IN-uuy fur y--ur thuught-. .lark
Or are they worth it? R. Yoke :mul ,luyvr tlmmmxtratc at
pair nf tuutllpaste-ami smiles. ". Sli-vwlmllx ami xlii1'tslct-vw
are quite a Cmuhinatiuu. Sillflvy, l,1llll'Jl Ruth :mrl llnlmxu
seem tn have a detiuitv: target in sight, lll. llntty ducks.
ll. Statistirs show tw out ut IU prefer loaf:-rx,
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Row one: Margaret I-Iaver, secretaryg Charlotte
Black, vice-president. Row two: Ronald Osmun,
treasurerg Ronald Wetzel, president.
SOPHOMCRE CLASS HISTORY
This, our second year of readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic at Flemington High
School, began rather strangely for us. Below us were freshmen and we, the
Class of 1949, were now one step closer to graduation.
Shortly after school re-opened we sponsored the Hallowc-'en Dance which
was a great success.
Although this is only our second school year, we have joined many clubs,
among them -Masque and Sandal, journalism, and Future Farmers. We
are also well represented on the Echo staff, Student Council, and the Student
Voice. Moreover, girls and boys have participated in all lines of sports. We
have boys on the football, the basketball, and the baseball teams, and girls on
the school basketball team and the intra-mural teams. Some of the girls arc
"j. V." cheerleaders.
This year our election results were: president Ronald Wetzel, vice-presi-
dent Charlotte Black, secretary Margaret Haver, and treasurer Ronald Osmun.
Now, we sophomores who have experienced two years in F. H. S. look
forward with confidence to two more- successful and happy school years.
Home Room 5
Row one: Salvatore Billera, Carolyn Cressy, Mar-
tin Birnbaum, Clela Bloom, jack Bodine, Anne
Christopher, WLIFYCD Dotterer, Elsie Calcagno.
Robert Diener, Barbara Apgar. Row two: Donald
Burrell, Martha Cronce, Floyd Bishop, Vivian Bor-
ducci, William Foster, Charlotte Black, Bill
Adams, Margaret Escok. Row three: Dolores Cui'
tis, Dick Eichlin. Katherine Epperly, Charles Bran-
er, Bernice DeConinck, Doris Compton, George
Brinton, Row four: Charles Bush. Virginia Con-
over, Shirley Foley, Alberta Crist, Mr, Michael
Bozzo. Missing: Victor Barbieri, Hugh Capelle.
Arthur Day, Martin Fackleman, LeRoy Fleming,
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Home Room 7
Row one: Dorothy Griffeth, Beverly jones, liliza-
beth Headley, Betty Houghney, Georgia jarmson,
Charlotte john. Row two: james Gess, Pat Hall,
Margaret Haver, Gladys Gerba, joan Gregory,
Henry Hornung. Row three: Charles Gutschmidt
Harry johnson, Mr. Fred Lodge, Dean Gulick,
Wesley German, Standish Hartman. Row four:
jack Free, Robert Higgins. Missing: Charles
Dodge, Franklin Holdridge, Rudolph Hudecek,
Fred Hudecek, Selma Stefel.
Home Room 4
Row one: Ronald Osmun, joan Mathews, Donald
Peterson, Wilma Krinic, Mary Ann Kelly, William
Mathews, Matilda Longo, Arthur Kolakowski:
Row two: Catherine Timmerman, Mary Marsh,
Mary Luster, Flossie Myers, jean Mencheck, joan
Slocum, joyce Porter, Alice Reper. Row three:
Donald Mills, john Mika, Mr. john Krauss, Free-
man Leaming, Louis Pizi. Missing: Fred Red-
dling, Rudy Lautner, Dorothy Meyers, Fred Ko-
phazy, Richard Kennedy, William Lang, john
Quick, Frank Luster, Clyde Mount.
Home Room I0
Row one: Elsie Schultz, Marion Sutphin, Violet
Szwed, joyce Sine, Marjorie Saunders, Helen Rus-
sell, Marilyn Zanetti, Nancy Totten, Evelyn Simer-
son, Martha Stover. Row two: Kenneth Thomp-
son, William Rinehart, Donald Carman, Paul
Sauerland, Paul Williamson, Edward Walters, Pe-
ter Tedeschi, Ronald Wetzel, Edmund Yurowski,
Carl Young. Row three: Edith Schroedel, Betty
Schmelz, Dolores Hooper, Bernice Strimple, jen-
nie Slisz, Ramon Rosswaag, joseph Sowsian, Ken-
neth Snyder, Norman Schultz, Hugh Zeliff. Row
four: Howard Teets, Agnes Roth, Shirley Holm
sen, Mrs, Helen Huenecke, Stanley Roever, Wil-
liam Silvers, Paul Waldron, john Soltys. Missing:
Helen Radomski, jeanette Kenny, Marilyn Zeliff,
Carl Zakzeski, Merwin Touzeau .
at i I
I. Jun flux auil Rvuuiie llblllllll start the clay with a Smile. a variety uf cxpresfiuux: llarry jnluumi ls xurprlwfl. john-
lliwl you ilu that lmuicwcwk, luxy-5? J. Two nf F.ll.S.'s fair- uy Quick appr-an plcaeetl, whilc llill Lang glvew us a l.aureu
t-xt wlllilvillfwiww xtrilti' 'i www fur the rauivrauiau: Mary Auuf' llacall lunk, rv. Um' uf our lnuxt zuulutu-ux intramural bas-
Ki-lly aucl Apzuc- Ruth. 3. Martha Stews-r Nevins tn he doing kethall tvauix Spike Suyeli-r out ru frnui. 7. lluris llfllsilll
a lut of ll0llif'L'l?RlllllfI. 4. llcvvrly juries ruulrlu't he mak- and Aggie Ruth all rlrc-sul up in Sunday he-xt. 3. NVatrh
mg cunkies, could alle? 5. A ulecliauical drawing class shows 1-ui. ,lfaiilicttcg what will llwl-t Nay?
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Judy Gingell, vice-presidentg Rita Cedro, secre-
taryg Emma Hansel, treasurerg fmissingj Walter
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
The history of the Class of 1950 may be short now, but it can hardly be
called uneventful. Our first taste of F. H. S. came when we took advantage
of "Visiting Day" and met each other for the first time. When school opened
in the fall, we spent much time "getting acquainted."
After active campaigning and speeches by all the candidates, we voted
for our class officers. When all the ballots had been counted, we found that
Walter Levitsky was president, Judy Gingell, vice-president, Rita Cedro, secw
retary, and Emma Hensel, treasurer.
Many of the boys who went in for sports ably represented us--especially
in football and basketball. Girls participated in inter-mural basketball games.
We were well represented by our Student Council members and it was not long
before Freshmen were actively participating in other organizations.
The Valentine Dance, the Freshman Class contribution to the social life
of F. H. S., was a success.
NX'e all feel that our first year in F. H, S. has been a grand one and
anticipate that the next three years will be just as successful.
Home Room 8
Row one: Gladys Brelsford, Frieda Beers, Cath-
erine Houghney, joan Bush, Rita Cedro, Mrs. Mil-
dred Godley, Harry Ingaro, William Bishop,
David Franks, Richard Case, johu Cregar, Row
two: Lois De jonge, joyce Conover, josephine
Borys, Ethel Cole, Lois Crane, Henry Barabas,
Henry Daniel, Charles Campbell, Bill Curtis, Peter
Campbell. Row three: Charles Barrick, Thomas
Cesta, james Conner, Betty Anne Cromwell, Laura
Lou Bullock, Barbara Boyd, Gordon Botsford,
Edmund Abegg, George Cole. Row four: Fred-
erick Abel, Roy Compton, Donald Bacorn, Charles
Augulis, Andy Devoe, Frank De Marco. Miss-
ing: Alex Belonsoft.
Home Room 6
Row one: Mary Holdridge, Alice Fraass, julia
Fnea, jean Dhulster, Mary Anu lnglin, limma
Hensel, joan Hartpence, judy Gingell, joan Har-
wick, Peggy Dietz. Row two: Fred Hulwach, jack
just, Louis Escok, Mickey Herman, George Kuehn,
jerome Foray, Lloyd Hoover, Alf Hughes, Clarence
Hand, Bob Hailes. Row three: Bryan Ingram, jo
seph Castoro, joseph Kanack, Stephen Hernick,
Allan Goldberg, Sally Grey, Helen just, Martha
Dittbrenner, Charlotte Kerr, jean Hoffman, Row
four: Lester Hall, joyce Fackleman, Mayona
Gregory, Barbara Hiukel, Olga Glovatsky, Betty
Horn, Eileen Godown, Margaret llernick. Row
five: Mr. Swen Gilberg. Missing: john lfkholm.
Home Room I
Row one: Harold Snook. Abram Quick, William
Potts, Lewis Sanders, john Maddalena, Mary
Mathews, Anna Lesko, Mary Rake, Bertha Schnei-
der, Helen Schuster. Row two: Hugh Coll, Mar-
tin Rojcok. Martin Roth, Lawrence Shepherd, Stan-
ley Lake, Emma Smith, Inge Meyer, Arlene Mahl-
stedt, Barbara Sporysz, june Prince. Row three: Ed-
ward Perkovich, Walter Levitsky, john Drake,
Wolfgang Miesner, Arthur Scrosoppi, Dolores Por-
ter, Virginia Samuel, Audrey Murray, Audrey Ohert
Bertha Manscli. Row four: Norman Cunningham,
Arthur Porman, Marvin Snyder, Alan Sharp, Mrs.
Eleanor Gregar, judy White, Margaret Moreau
joyce Liptak. Missingi Charles Sherman, Mar-
lan Polhemus, Marian Mount.
Home Room 9
Row one: Marjorie Yard, Edna Whitehead, Eliza-
beth Van Stone, Barbara Vlearbone, Wilma Wais-
empacher, Ted Roever, Faith Cavanagh, Constance
Virga, Betty Toth, jean Van Deveer, joan Stewart.
Row two: john Stryker, Richard Yard, Allen Wal-
dron, Robert Zachar, Craig Wayman, Dominic
Virgalito, Ted Taylor, Robert Waelan, Sam Stot-
hott, Steve Toth. Row three: Adell Wieczerak,
Arlene Waldron, Anita Ulrich, Nelda Wyckoff,
Betty Sutphen, Mr, Lloyd Hand, Frank Voorhees,
Dean Toberisky, Erick Vorwerk, Howard Suydam,
Lester Wilson. Missing: Marion Winholt, Ches-
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fltztngt-tl .t lrit, lm- ln-F J. lflxir St'lllllll, Alice: Rent-t', Nanry
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tnvzttling the Settitux' front wteps? 5, Turn upsidedown and
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The litlio is the Fleinigton High School yearbook. tures were taken along with the lioinerooni and rlulw
It is written and edited hy the senior glass of F. H. S. shots.
and is published annually in the spring. Serving as a After the Christmas holidays, work was lwegun in
literal and pietorial record of the current school year, the earnest in the editorial department. lfarly in Martli
lielio in later years will he a gentle reminder of school the hook was sent to the printers.
friends and activities. This year, the evervpresent question of linanting the
The staff tor this issue was selected last Alune hy annual was a lwig prolvleni. lt was partially solved lwy
the laeulty advisors. Meetings were held and assign- the sale of Christmas eards, pennants and shields of
ments were made so that the group mould start function- flannel, and lierchiets, to the student hody.
ing in Septelnl1er. The staff and eo-worl-:ers are tonlident that the
Consequently, the executive stall had awarded the Fcho for this year is one of the lwest annuals ever puh-
photography tontrart in Alune. ln the tall senior pit- lished by the school.
THE ECHO STAFF
ANNE IWOREAU GUY BELL BETSY MILLER VIVIAN VELEHRADSKX
Edifllf'-ill-Ciblzff A.r.s'i,nl.111l Edilw' Edllrnizl Girfj' Sjfrnm
RICHARD INllflfHAN AIANIZ XVURST ISARABARA HARTPIENCIIZ RUTH LODGE
Iifgym' Sjmrlu c..jl'l'llIJfjIHl Hnmim -A 'I'-yfvifflq lfdilnr
DONALD ROBINSON PEGGY BLACK .IO ANN GARIS ELIZABETH MORRIS
Ar! lfdilm' fig-fl. Art lidilrn' Pl7flffIAQl'.1f7jJ.K ALV1. Pl7UfU.Q7'.lf1l7Q
MARY EVERITT CAROL CARTER MARGARIZT HAVIER NTARGARRT IWOREAU
Sclljllr' lljlfllf-1 fllllfflf' lli,ul1n'j Sufrlmrfzun' lliulrng 1frUlu11,1,, llislurvy
limi une: Nlzirjuriie Nl:ilx:ii'u'lx Mrii'j4+rie Yum'lii'es, lillllil Me- llill ML-t'ui'l4le. Run' hiiir: Xl:u'i::ai'el Klureaiii, ,lean xll'Ilt'lIl'lx,
llierxun, Yixinii Ynleliisulslq. Rivw tw-ri ,leziiiiielle liiilgell, lflxie Sflllllil llwrlx liviivfil, l,-unix liillcm. Rum' tive: Al
vlliilx lliiigell,'lw.i1l linger-N, Ilg-li-n jiiriglrliit, 'l'wi1y Mina, Row lierlzi Cirixt, lietly .Mme lirilliwell, Xlrx, fiiegiier tzirlilh ml
lliiee: .Xgm-N R-itll, lflifzilietli Yilll Stniie, .Imin llitrtpeilee, vivur, XY:ilter l,ei'iixlXy, 'l'-rniniy lilaielx, Alziiln-N lie--,
The Stuilent Cinuneil, apnmurul lwy Mrs. Zuegner, similiar prnlwlems are rliseussetl. Any triticixni ur pruli
ix the gm'erninentnl gruup tuinpusetl nl inemlwers from lem gi stutlent hm, lilly he tliseusserl with his S. CQ. ineni
mth ul' tlie liiuneiwiins in the high sclilml. Iigich home- her, whim, in turn, presents it git the Cjuumil meeting for
rtvuiii hultls .in election nt the beginning nf the scliuul iliwtusxiun ur pmsible solution hy the entire fluuntil.
yetir inil elects one ur twin repreSentaitives, .ieeurtling to Tu please the stutlents the Student Clnuntil spuiismwiw
the nuinlwer ul' pupils in the liuinerimin, tu represent gi g.lll'lL' rsmin, noun-liuur thinning, nntl the ptmlmxiiig nl
tlieni .it Student Clnumil meetings. Repivrtm un these new reeurtls. lt also takes tlmrge of .meinlwlit-N, lust .intl
meetings .IIC listetl every uther lfritlny, .intl are given the fuunl articles, lurlcer inspeetiun, Llumtes Pulwlit Speaking
lulluwing Mwmlgiy inurning in the liuiiieimmiiis. The Contest prizes, takes cxire of scliunl elettium, .intl Retl
wining events nl the week .ire pustetl on the SC. news- Cram .intl Infuntile Paralysis Drives. These .ire only .1
lw.irtl in erieli rimin. few of the nmny Lliures thine by the Stutlent Clniimil tu
At tliew S. CQ, meetingx the rleinerit systein, the help the stutlentx uf Flemingtnn High Stlitml .intl in
srlwul lu-ll systeni, milk .il luntlitiine, .intl many other futulty.
l,efiI l'ix4'riitive xtzlllg XYillirtiil fXls'l'1-rltle, pre-iilenlg lleleu Nlrl'l1eiwuii, wrrvlzirxg lluli llill, xieefpizwitleiit
Qliinglmliil, iie.iN1ii't-rg Mix, Zin-giier, Ilsiflilly :ulviNm'g liilnza Right: l,m'lxer iiixpieetitin.
low one: Donald Robinson, Virginia Hynds, Annlion-
ney Hall. Row two: Anne Moreau, .lack Verme, Mary
lfveritt, lidna McPherson, Elizabeth Morris. Row three:
4IoAnn Claris, lNlargaret Moreau, Robert Cronce, Vivian
Veleliradsky, Marga1'etta Hausman. Row four: Mr. Ap-
gar, faculty advisior, Nancy Templeman, Audrey Ohert,
.Iudy Gingell, Ann Federal-ca, Shirley l.aTourette, Peggy
lilack, Row tive: Betsy Miller, Nancy Trimmer, Char-
lotte Black, Barbara Hartpence, l.aird Kinnaird. Row
six: David Haas, Guy Bell.
Witli Mr. Apgar at the helm, the good issur.
Stmleu! Voice, has weathered a line year. Tony
Mina, liditor-in-chief, and his assistants, Anne
Moreau, Betsy Miller and jeannette Gingell guided
the issue quite successfully. Wfith the help of
the "Key Klickersn and the satellites of Mr. Tet-
kowski, the rest of the crew did a splendid job
seeing that the issue kept on its course.
The cargo, proudly displayed by the Sllrdenf
Vnire. was prepared by the English classes. Then
it was sorted out by staff members of the issue.
Finally, the Key Kliclsers, under the guidance of
Mrs. LeMonn, played an important part in asf
sembling the material in the order designated by
The ability to create new and better ideas has
not only continued, but has improved among the
students of Flemington High School this year.
The Sllrdeuf Voice, acting as a vessel for their
talent has not only been successful, but has pro-
vided a gratifying existence to all concerned.
Lett -typists at work. Right-members of the Student Mina, Mr. Apgar, advisorg Anne Moreau. Row two:
Voice staff at work. -leannette Gingell, Betsy Miller, Tony
David Haas, Guy Bell, jack Verme, Don Robinson,
Row one: Miss Pettit, advisor, Anne Moreau, Peggy
Black, AnnBonney Hall. Row two: Bennett Avila,
Peggy Ditz, Marion Mount, Rita Cedro, Matilda Longo,
Alice Fraass, Elizabeth Headley, Mary Anne Kelly, Ed-
na McPherson, Mary Everitt, Mary Mathews, F rieda
Beers, Frank Navarro. Row three: judy Gingell, Mar-
iorie Voorhees, Dorothy Griffeth, Flossie Myers, Mil-
dred Cary, Charotte Black, joan Harwick, julia Enea.
Ifmma Hensel, Ronnie Wetzel. Row four: Betty Horn,
.lean Dhulster, joan Gregory, Gladys Gerba, Doris
Hampton, Marie Taylor, Elsie Weiss, Margaret Lucas,
,lennie Slisz, Bernice Strimple. Row tive: Sam Stohoff,
Fred Huhach, Mickey Herman, Bill Curtis, If d m und
Abegg, Adell Wieczerrik, Iiileen Godown, Nelda Wyc'-
kotf, Margaret Haver, Betty Anne Cromwell, Betsy Ann
Miller, judy Wfhite, Shirley Foley, Inge Meyer, Bernice
DeConinck, Constance Virga, Barbara Boyd, Laura l.ou
Bullock, Helen Liskowacki. Row six: .loyce Buliel,
Kenny Schomp, Margaret Fscok, -lack Denhigh, XXfaIter
Levitsky, Dick Houck, Dereck XViIliamson, V i r g i n ia
Rinehart, Barbara Hagen, Catherine Houghney, Barbara
Hinkel, Olga Glovatsky. Row seven: Don Rohinson,
Wayne Thomas, Dick Pape, George Brinton, Clarence
I-land, Fred Soltis, Henry Strauss.
MASQUE AND SANDAL
In 1952 the Masque and Sandal, our dramatic club, was formed to creat'
a real appreciation of dramatic art in the school and to afford students the
opportunity to get a start in dramatics.
In December of this year, "No Christmas for Horace," a one-act comedy,
proved a great success.
On March 28 and 29 "junior Miss," a three-act play presented by Flem-
ington High School and directed by Masque and Sandal, provided an evening
of mutual enjoyment.
This year the club has two faculty advisers, Miss Waiidzi Pettit and Mr.
Harvey Scharrer, who have willingly donated their time to help make Masque
and Sandal productions a complete success.
The officers are: president, Doris Hampton, vice-president, Kenneth
Schompg secretary, Marie Taylor, and treasurer, Clarence Hand,
Boys' Cooking Club
Row one: Rudy Cedro, john Vroom, Willter Robinson, jack Davenport, Miss Burrus, jack Butt.
The Boys' Cooking Club, which consists of vet- culinary masterpieces perfected by the boys are
erans only, meet every Friday in the kitchen un- creamed tuna fish, Spanish rice, ginger cookies,
der the supervision of Miss Burrus. Some of the
and broiled T-bone steaks.
Row one: Allan Goldberg, Willwtir Conner, Bill
Bishop, Henry Kuhl, Paul Sauerlaud, Edmund
Yurowski. Row two: Peggy Black, AnnBonney
Hall, Shirley Holmsen, Sylvia Hulse, Alberta
Crist, Barbara Vlearbone. Row three: Frank Car-
'Fhe journalism Club, which meets on Fridays
during activity period, has two purposes: to ac-
quaint the people of Flemington and adjoining
districts with the social functions and activities of
the students ot' F. H. 5.3 and to help pupils who
aspire to writing careers. The stories, which per
ter, Lois Dejonge, Betty Sutphen, Anna Dobozyn-
ski, Betty Daggett, Mr. Michael Bozzo, Ellie
Flovin, Venice Patrizi, Anne Moreau, Henry Hor'
tain only to school activities, are written by stu-
dents and are printed in the Hunterdon County
Democrat and in the Hunterdon Republican.
The ofhcers are Henry Kuhl, editor, and David
Hendershot, assistant editor. Mr. Bozzo is the
i-mi Billy Band
Row one: Laird Kinnaird, Peggy Black, Derecli
Xlifilliamson, Bernard Hudecek, Paul Bugyi, Rus-
sell Hoffman. Row two: Albert Balek, Donald
Taylor, Donald Fitzer, Stanley Deemer, Henry
lilovatsky, XXfilliam Silvers, Wiirren Dotterer.
The Hill Billy Band, organized and led by
Mr. -lohn Loch, blasts out with numerous western
and modern tunes every Friday during activity
There are fifteen members including violinists,
as well as harmonica. guitar, banjo and accor'
dian players. Together they harmonize to pro'
cluce some pretty Shep" tunes which formed the
basis of the program The Hill Hilly Band pre'
sented to an appreciative assembly in March,
Future Farmer of America
Row oiie: Lewis Sanders, Harold Dalley, Robert'
Reper, Row two: Henry Desnos, Willitim Potts,
Fugene Ringer, Roger liveritt. Row three: jo-
seph Kanaclc, Bill Sabo. Frank Thompson, Allan
Case. Standing: Mr, Fred Lodge, advisor.
The Flemington Chapter F.F.A. was organ
ixed in 1929, and since that time has won sev-
eral cups and banners, This year our FFA. won
first place in the State lfgg Grading Cfontest at
The purpose ol' this organization is to create
farm leadership and cooperation, to promote
thrift, to develop character and to train for lead'
For its emblem the F.F.A, has selected the owl,
the rising sun, the plow and the cross section ol'
an ear of corn, set on a background ol' national
blue and gold. For its motto it has chosen:
"Learning to do Doing to learn Farming to
live 'Living to serve."
During the school year the club sponsored i
variety of sports including baseball games with
other clubs, two outside speakers, and three mo,
tion pictures pertaining to agriculture.
The chapter has a total membership of twenty'
three. The oflicers are: president, liugene Rin-
gerg vice-president, Brevoort Conover: secretary,
Carl Hockenbury: treasurer, Kenneth Snyder:
Wfatch-Dog, Roger Fverittg News Reporter, Henry
Desnos: and Advisor, Mr, Fred Lodge.
The members this year are: Carol llopper. l,ouis Pizi,
llmmlil llurrell, ,loan Sl0K'lllll, 'lllwmas lllack, aml ,lolm
hlrylter, clarineisg jack Painter, Robert lliggins, lirie Yor-
werk, llill Meforkle and llill Rinehart, trumpets: lloris
fottrell, Marilyn fregar, Charles Gutschmitlt, and llenry
Suyiler, iroiiilmnesg llill lliril, baritone lmrng Marjorie aml
Marie Yaril, aml Arthur lla". saxopliunesl ,lnsepll flllilltvll'
in-clay, French llorng Richard Yard cymbals: Victor llarbieri,
llill bilvcis and Robert llerdy, ilrumsg lftlwaril Perknvicll,
and XYaller l,c-vllislxy, lubasg llill Adams drum major: Ua-
tlwriue 'l'iimuciman, chief maj'-rette,
September 19-16 brought many changes to F.
H. S. One of these was the organizing of a band
under the inspiring leadership of Mr. Krauss, a
discharged veteran who led the Army Band at
the signing of peace in Tokyo Bay.
The F. H. S. Band, composed of thirty mem-
bers, has a varied program, Plans for the band
during the football season are: a uniformed organ-
ization, drum majorettes, color guards, and differ-
ent marching formations. After the football season
the band started practicing concert numbers with
the idea of presenting concerts.
The members are: jesse Aremlt, Margery Case, Belly Sut-
lvhen, piano: Rose llarbic-ri, ixllllii lleriler, violins: XYilliam
llartman, cello: Yiclor llarbieri, bassslrumg Robert llerily,
XYilliam Silvers, snare drummers: Richard Yard cymbalistg
Xvilliam lliril, baritone: joseph flialnupecky, lneloplumeg
Klarjoiie Yard aml Arthur llay, sasapliimeg llnris Cottrell,
lihailes Gulsehmidt lrinuboues: Carol llopper, llmialil llur-
rell Louis l'iyi, ,lnlm Stryker, clarinetsg ,lack Painter, Ru-
bert lliggins, lfric Ynrwerk,:n1il llill Rinvllart, lflllllllelx
,The 251-piece orchestra, under the leadership of
Mr. Krauss, has progressed rapidly since it was
organized in September,
Well supplied with a variety of musical selec-
tions, the group has participated in several pro
grams, each of which has combined the elements
of good music with excellent interpretation and
rendition. One of the selections which was es-
pecially successful was "The Christmas Overture",
presented during our Christmas holiday program.
Parents, townspeople and students thoroughly en
joyed this rendition.
ilockwise. starting at the top: lidna Mcl3hersOn, lflsie Weiss, .loyce Trimmer, Mary liick, Ali
:lures C,oll.i, Betsy Miller, Barhara Hartpence Buhel, Betty Kistner,
liarly in Septemher the Varsity Cheerleading Squad assemhled with Cfapr
stain lidna McPherson, The girls were oft to a tlying start with the toothall
season right at hand. Several new cheers were introduced at the numerous
On Thanksgiving live, a hon-tire pep rally was held to spur our team on
to defeat XXfashington in the final game of the season. The highlight ot the
evening occurred when the captain of our team burned a dummy of a XVash-
Wfith haskethall season in full swing, the cheerleaders were once again
leading the student hody in rousing cheers to inspire the team to further vice
The Key Klit'ker's Cilub was organized in lllil
by Mrs, lllanthe P, l.eMonn, and has been under
her line supervision ever sinee.
The primary purpose ot' the elub has always
been to serve the sehool, lt is through the Key
Klitkers that the nteehanies of Student Voice.
various announeements, Student Cfouncil reports,
examination papers, Township reports, and mueh
ol the typing work for the lieho is Carried on,
The otlieers are: president. .lane XX'urstg viee-
president, Doris Kronmaier: secretary, Virginia
llyndsg business manager. Shirley l.a Tourette,
assistant business manager, Helen Sedlowski.
The Library Cflub. advired by Mrs. Crenshaw,
ellieiently attends to the many incidental jobs
around the library. These tasks performed by the
members permit the librarian to have tnore time
tor reading, doing relerente work, and supervis
ing the library.
The students ot' l". H. S. need have no fears
about linding "Inside Asia" or a map of New
Mexico ia the library, for due to the indirect ser-
vices of the Library Cflub, these books are ready
Far from being an "all work" organization this
group has attended plays and visited various li'
braraies to see how the other halt lives,
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Last November the Varsity cheerleaders chore
four girls from the Freshman and Sophomore
classes to be their understudies, V. cheerleaders.
Charlotte Black, Betty Reasoner, Dorothy Grif-
fith, and Helen Reasoner, the four talented girls
that made the grade, first appeared at the Prince
ton game. Garbed in black skirts and white tur-
tleneck sweaters, the girls led the cheers for all
the V. basketball games.
Next year these four girls hope to find them
selves on the Varsity Squad. Here's luck,
Row one: Betty Reasoner,
Dorothy Griffeth, R o w
two: H el en Reasoner,
hl. linrys. wl. liush, S. Cole,
D. Colla, tl. Conover, l..
Crane, B. Da g ge t t, bl.
Dhulster, M. liick, P. Fla-
herty. A. Fraass, M. liraass,
U. Glovatsky, M. G reg-
gory, S. Grey, li. Hagen, A.
B. Hall, ,l. Harwick, V.
H y n d s, M. johnson, H.
Just, D. Kline, T. Kola.
kowski, D. Kronmaier, S.
La m lv e r t, R. l.entini, M.
1. u ca s, A. Mahlstedt, Nl.
hlenchek, Ll. N eff, li.
Reasoner, li. Reasoner, V.
Rinehart. A. Sargent, lf.
Schaadt, T. Schwenderinan,
A. Ulrich, -I. Van Arsdale,
bl. Van Derveer, M. Wil-
son, M. Wilstvii, A. Ziel-
The Mixed Chorus, organized several years ago,
has a somewhat different setrup now under the
direction of Mr. john Krauss. At present, the
chorus is actually mixed only on Mondays and
Wednestlzlys. Chorus on Tuesday is reserved for
the boys, while Thursday is for the girls. There
are 75 memhers in the joint chorus.
In addition to community songs, the Chorus has
undertaken four-part singing. At Christmas they
presented a candlelight program which included
carols from many lands and was highlighted hy
the tenor solo of john Quick. A backdrop of
stained glass windows and varied lighting ef'-
fects, provided hy Mr. Tetkowski's art classes, en-
hanced the total effect.
The Chorus this year was very proud to have
received an invitation to attend The All State
Choral Festival at Trenton, in May.
Under Mr. Krauss's expert guidance, The Chorus
has developed into a very successful organization
of which the student body is justly proud.
Row one, left to right: 'lack Wilson, Melvin Dvoor, Row two: Kenneth Schomp, Bud Ownes, Herbert Fur-
stenburg, Morris Barrick, Henry Glovatsky, Henry Kuhl,
llennett Avila, Glenn Hooper, Roger Sargent, Bill Foster,
1 W Ted llolmsen, Charles Stryker, Bill Lang, Brevoort Con-
J-fha Klmafhi Chmflcs lawn, .loscpll Mist' Jllhn Hfulnme over, Clarence lland, Norman Hand, Ramon Rosswaag.
The Red and Black, playing a hard, rough game, came through with six
wins and four defeates for a fairly successful season.
The four horsemen, Fullback Wilson, Halfbacks Furstenberg and Dvoor,
and Quarterback Schomp showed great strategy on both offensive and defen-
sive tactics. Flemington's eleven was rocketed mainly by speedy Dvoor, who
caught the perfect jump passes thrown by Furstenberg. Frank Navarro, the
sparkplug of the line, proved to be a great asset to the team. Avila, Maresca
and Barrick were other linemen.
Coach john Loch broke several new players into the squad this year.
The outstanding rookies were: Bud Ownes, who played substitute center, and
Rav Rosswaag whose educated toe sent the ball flying on all kick offs.
Most of the tallies this year were due to the combined efforts of Dvoor,
Furstenberg, and Wilson. Dvoor's glue fingers and shifty gait accounted
for his great playing ability. Herb Furstenberg pitched the football with
deadly accuracy. jack Wilson bulled his way through the center, ends, or
any place he felt like. Bud Ownes was another player who hit the line
with defiance and destruction to the other team.
Lang, Sargent, Conover and Stryker filled in the end positions. Lang
proved to be an excellent player to have on the defense, bringing down many
of the opposition with daring tackles. Sargent's long arms pulled in some
beatuiful passes. john Sutphin, Glenn Hooper and Henry Glovatsky were
Stanley Roc-ver, Frank Navarro, john Quick, Standish
Hartman, Wesley German, Spike Snyder, Steve Hernick,
Row one: Richard Romalho, Earl E. Lawson, Clar-
ence Ownes, Melvin Dvoor, Brevoort Conover.
Row two: Ronald Osmun, managerg Floyd Prall.
Fred Soltis, Norman Hand, Dale Floyd, jack Wil-
son, Mr. Loch, coach.
Digging into the reserves from the "46"
quintet, Co a c h john Loch pieced together
another crack varsity.
Bud Ownes, veteran guard of the "46"
league leaders, was unanimously chosen cap-
tain. jake Dvoor took over at the oth e r
guard position. Lanky Charlie Stryker was
again Flemington's pivot man at center. The
two forward berths were taken by Earle Law!
son and Dick Romalho,
Bud Ownes was an outstanding player on
both the offense and defense. His shooting,
feinting and dribbling were the performances
of a great ball-handler. Whenever the go-
ing got tough, his ability as a leader shone
Earle L a w s on, the sharpshooter of the
team, was the pacesetter. His one-handed
shots eased themselves through the basket,
barely touching the rim.
Dick Romalho was always a sure bet un-
der the basket. He often took the ball right
out of the hands of a rival player, and made
beautiful creeper shots.
Charlie Stryker outjumped and outplayed
most of the rival centers in the league. His
height made it possible for him to grab the
rebounds, giving Flemington the possession
of the ball.
jake Dvoor played a great game at guard
position, preventing many of the rivals from
Dale Floyd, Norman Hand, Bob Cronce
and Floyd Prall were other first stringers.
Working together as a single unit, the
Flemington Quintet will again be the league
lf, H, S, Visitors
27 U- ,H Princeton -- --- 34
26 --- --- Somerville --,---- 41
31 Bound Brook 44
29 High Bridge 24
29 -,- --- Belvidere -- --- 28
56 High Bridge 29
62 Washington 25
F. H. S. Visitors
23 .... Easton Catholic .... 19
- - - - - Frenchtown 42
v , , , - - Bordentown 20
,,---,-- Clinton - 30
---,-- Pennington 414
H- ,L Belvidere 26
------ Bordentown 24
Row one: Ronald Wetzel. Art Kolakowski, john
Soltys, Frank Navarro, Clarence Hand, Bob Hailes,
Marvin Snyder. Row two: Manager Ronnie Os-
Fackleman, Craig Wayman, Wesley German, Bob
Higgins, Bill Adams, Stan Hartman, Coach john
Loch. , i V4
mun, Charles Barrick, Harold Dalley, Martin
A'-L if .
J.v. BASKETBALL .ifffa frwff'
Because of graduation and promotion to
varsity positions, the .I.V. had to be practical'-
ly rebuilt. Coach john Loch had only one
player from last year's quintet.
Art Kolakowski and Clarence Hand, who
worked well together, were chosen to take
over Romalho and Yards positions as for-
wards. johnny Soltys played guard on the
j.V.'s of "l9-16," but this year he was as-
signed to the center spot. Frank Navarro
and Bob Hailes formed the defensive curtain
at guard positions,
The first few games in which this ne-.v
team played proved to be ill-fated contests
F. H. S. Visitors
7 ub.. Princeton V. .... 26
7 .,..e, Somerville - .,,, - 26
20 ,e.... Bound Brook ,,---, 19
Z3 .,..,, High Bridgeg, -- 8
li ,,,,,,. Belvidere --- -- 18
li ,u.... High Bridge . ..... 7
20 ,A.... Wiisliington - - - , lfi
I0 ,.u.. Easton Catholic ..... ll
8 uuuu.. lfrenchtown -- ,- 21
16 ...... Bordentown -- v- 14
with Flemington on the losing end.
Kolakowski and Hand scored most of the
tallies for the Red and Black. Both were
good on creeper shots and on one-handed
shots from the sides of the basket.
Navarro and Hailes made some long, long
shotsg these two boys did not believe in touch'-
ing the rim.
Soltys playing center worked hard at per-
fecting the pivot shot. He was an excellent
shot from half court.
Witli a host of new players in the coming
Freshman class, the j.V.'s of "48" should
have an untarnished record.
lf. H. S. Visitors
20 .... ,-- Clinton -, H-- ll
Z0 -e ,- Pennington --- --- 19
22 ......, Belvidere ,...... 18
22 ,.,. Easton Catholic --'-- 28
17 .,,,,. Bordentown ...... 15
17 ....,. Frenchtown ...... 21 '
16 -- N. School for Deaf -- 21
20 .,e,.,.. Clinton .Y...... 13
I9 ,..,,. Wiishington ...,.. 12
Row one, left to right: Manfried Wimlf, Floyd Prall, Brevoort Conover, Frank de Marco, Coach john Loch.
liarl Lawson, jack Wfilson, jake Dvoor, Bud Ownes, Row three: Wesley German, Spike Snyder, Arthur Por-
August Roth, Roger Sargent, Hugh Zeliff, Merlin Doug- man, john Kanach, Bob Hailes, Floyd Bishop, Chester
lass. Row two: john Quick, Charles Leon, joe Fust, Swider, Ronnie Osmun, manager.
Fred Soltis, Dick Romalho, john Stryker, Dick Kennedy,
Coach john Loch, with a few vets from last year's squad, put together a
smooth-working, hustling nine.
Augie Roth, last year's sparkplug, was back at first scooping up zooming
throws. jack Wilson took his berth at third and proved to be a great bail
handler. Merlin Douglass was the glue-fingered back stop of the team. Earl
Lawson and Chester Swider were two of the outstanding pitchers on the squad.
Bob Granzen, Bud Ownes, Bob Hailes, Manfred Wolf and Charles Leon all
took turns on filling in at short and second.
jake Dvoor was again the outfield master, snatching sure hits with the
ease of a great ball player. Roger Sargent's powerful arm caught many run-
ners who taxed fate and chance to stretch a double into a triple.
Augie Roth led the team in batting with a slugging average of 420. Mer-
lin Douglass hit the ball with defiance and sure hitting ability.
Witli this well balanced team and many rookies, Coach john Loch should
have little trouble in copping the honors for Flemington.
Row one: Ruth Lodge, joAnn Garis, Doris Kron- Row two: Vivian Velehradsky tmanagcrj Mirion
muer Nancy Trimmer, 'loyce Buhel. Fraass, Helen jungblut, Marie Taylor, Annlionncy
Hall, Miss Helen Meschtcr. coach.
Basketball again this year proved to be the most popular and outstanding
sport among the girls at Flemington High School. Members of the teams
were chosen during tryouts in which the main enthusiasts of the game par-
ticipated. Practices were held on Tuesday and Friday afternoons in the gym
under the supervision of Miss Helen Meschter, Girls' Physical Education In-
structor. At this time, the girls diligently practiced the skills and techniques
of the game.
The team played against other schools of this locality and the Faculty.
The games were not on a competitive basis, but were played wholly for the
social aspect. Losing the lirst game to their outstanding rival, Lambertville,
gave the girls a rather poor start for the season, but they soon rallied and
though not undefeated made an impressive record.
The schedule for the year was as follows:
january Lambertville away
February Washington away
February Lambertville home
February High Bridge home
February High Bridge away
February Faculty home
February Washington home
Row one: Venice Patrizi, Barbara Hartpence, Row two: Vivian Velehradsky fmanagerj, Louise
Helen Reasoner, Peggy Black. Geczi, Bernice DeConinck, Doris Denson, Marilyn
Cregar, Miss Helen Meschter, coach.
GIRLS' J.V. BASKETBALL
After a series of tryouts the junior Varsity team was chosen. This team,
also under the supervision of Miss Meschter, practiced with the Varsity and
provided stiff competion for them. Some of the most promising players
F. H. S. has had for some time were girls of this team. They had a very suc-
cessful season and displayed an excellent brand of teamwork, sportmanship.
good judgment and clean play during all games.
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their positions on the Varsity squad.
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IN STREE E NGTON. N.
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49 EAST MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTCN. N. J.
Phone - 2 I0
i 352 BERGEN STREET Tos HARRISON STREET
PLAINFIELD, N. J. FRENCHTOWN, N. J.
Phone 6-8l95 Phone 97
RARE CHEMICALS INC.
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
FLEMING-TON, New JERSEY
THE HUNTERDON COUNTY
Flemington, New Jersey
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NEVIUS BROS., INC.
"A Safe Place To Shop"
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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FLEMINGTON FLORAL CO.
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY Phone IO6
STANGL POTTERY CO.
PARKER SALES 8: SERVICE, INC.
Ford Cars and Trucks
ROUTE 29 - 30 CIRCLE FLEMINGTON, N. J
Phone - Flemington 72
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HOWARD DRINKWATER W. E. MCCORKLE, M.D.
Typewriters Adding MaCI'lIn6S
SALES AND SERVICE
We Buy Used Adding Machines and Typewriters
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Any Make or Model I
AII Work Guaranteed
No charge for labor on work 'For charitable institutions
A Variety of DESK AND PEN SETS. Ideal for Christmas Gifts
A Complete Line of STATIONERY. OFFICE SUPPLIES
Congratulations to the
Class ot I947
Flemington Meat Market
Waterman, Parker, Schaefer
Fountain Pens and Pencils I
Autograph Albums and Scrap Books
Films Developed and Printed
l3O MAIN STREET, FLEMINGTON, N. J.
George R. Parker '99 George R. Parker, Jr., '39
PARKER INSURANCE AGENCY
Complete Insurance Service
FLEMINGTON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
FLEMINGTON. N. J.
GEORGE K. LARGE
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
PAUL H. KUHL
"Everyihing 'For I:I1e PouIfryman"
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY Phone 905-R-5
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FLEMINGTON. N. J.
Oldest Agency in Town
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Bulldozer General Hauling
Driveways-Cellars Top Soil-Sand
Land Cleared-Grading Gravel 8K
ALPAUGH - SCHILKE M-odern Shoe Rep-air
- Hats Cleaned and Blocked
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Lebanon 3-R-I2 Belle Mead IOI-F-5
LEBANON, N. J MILLSTONE, N. J.
- -JAMES BAILEY - -
Real Estafe - Insurance
I36 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Expert Service on all
Makes of Radios
phone 230.M 6I BROAD STREET Phone 89-R
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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WISHES THE BEST TO THE CLASS OF I947
Fine Men's 8: Boys' Wear
35 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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Harry P. Britton
Chas, W. Hoagland
PITTSTOWN, NEW JERSEY
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Telephone 83-J J, I. CASE
ROUTE 30 AT CHURCH ST.
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Dr. James A. Frazee
Dr. Sperry C. Kinton
HAI..I.'S BODY SI-IOP
Built and Reparred
Lebanon BRUNSWICK AVE.
79-R-2 LEBANON- N- J- Phone 248,J PLEMINQTON. N, J,
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF I947
BAKER'S VARIETY STORES
FLEMINGTON - HIGH BRIDGE
THE BEAUTY .NOOK
I33 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Whitehouse Roller Mills
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COA-N POULTRY FARM Class of '47
by the gang of
Phone -- Sugan ZI46
DOYLESTOWN, PA. "COPPER HILL INN"
reputation for producing
lnside Service the Year Round
Hish Q'-'BIIIY BaI9Y Chicks "EVERYTHING FRESH EXCEPT THE HELP!"
Tel. Flemington 903-R-2l
STEVE'S FARM I
CROTON-RINCSOES ROAD I
Livestock Hauling A Specialty
Batteries - Tires - Tubes
Accessories - Used Cars
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74 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON- N- J- OLDWICK 8: CALIFON. NEW JERSEY !
One-hour Battery Service
BERKAW 81 MATHEWS I
Grain, Feed, Seeds, Dairy and Poultry Feeds, Poultry I
Supplies, and Farm Hardware
MILLS AT FLEMINGTON AND LEBANON. NEW JERSEY
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G.L.F. SERVICE, INC.
Feed Seed Fertilizers
Flemington 39J Clinton IOIJ
HARRY S. YARD 81 SONS
Slaughtering 8: Processing
CHURCH ST. between RT. 29 8: 30
PENN. AVE. EXTENSION
Ph. 9I2-R-5 290-W
FLEMINGTON RINGOES ESSO STATION
AUTO PARTS 8: EQUIP.
George Errico, Prop. Open hours
Phone Flem. 9l7-R-ll
l56 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
A Scotch Traveling Salesman, held
up in the Orkney Islands by a bad
storm, telegraphed to his firm in Aloer-
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Reply: "Start summer vacation as
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Best wishes to the Class of I947
FLEMINGTON STONE WORKS
Standish C. Hartman
Dorothy W. Hartman
6 COURT STREET FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Tcl. Oldwiclc - 2 Auctionee
VAN-LIEU 8: VAN-HORN
CHARLES P. FARLEY
Contractors - Builders
FLEMING-TON, N. J. Phone - 373
OLDWICK, NEW JERSEY
YEATON 8: YEATON
REED'S LUNCH ROOM
Real Estate, Appraisals
I llzormerly Andy'sl
RINGOES. NEW JERSEY
l72 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, N, J, Flemington 909-RV3
BURKETT BROTHERS CO.
Jeddo and Lehigh Coal
Farm Machinery, Fertilizers
General Electric Refrigerators
Washers, Cleaners, Ranges and Radios
37 MINE STREET ELEMINGTON, N. J.
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Green's Rexall Drug Store
Green's Photographic Studio
Hiqh Class Work at Low Prices
Faultless Cleaning Assured
We do all kinds of Tailoring and Repairing
28 MAIN STREET ELEMINGTON
24 BROWN STREET NEW JERSEY
Men's Suits, Coats Ladies 'Coats and Dresses
Dry Cleaned and Pressed Dry Cleaned and Pressed
MlLLER'S 5c 8: I0c STORES
Telephone Flemington 62
JOHN B. CASE LUMBER CO., Inc.
Lumber - Masons Material
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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RINGOES and READINGTON
Phones: Flem, 9I8R4 - 9OIR6
Spraying and Whitewashing
MM 81 Fox Farm Machinery
C. L. GODLEY
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FLEMINGTON. NEW JERSEY
A R K A Y
A CompIe'le Line of
Sporis Wear for Boys and Girls
27 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
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ALTAR and ROSARY
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Phone 435.1 FLEMINQTON, N. J.
of St. Magdalene Church
Cleaning - Tailoring - Cold Storage
Moth Proofing - Dyeing - Water Proofing - Reweaving -
Ladies' Custom Tailoring
i-larry Santirocco, Prop.
Best of Luck
John l-laritos 81 A. Chimikics, Props.
'Good Food ls Good Health' Sweet Shop 8: Stationery Store
42 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY 390-J-9469 FLEMINQ-Tow, N. J.
Telephone: 57 MAIN STREET
KRIES AND TEMPERLEY
Jewelers and Watchmakers
Phone Flemington 390-M
FLEMINGTON. N. J.
"Your unions here in England are Iilce
ours in America."
"Yes, the resemblance is striking."
"How's your wife getting along with
"She toolc a turn for the worse last
EMMETT D. TOPKINS
Counsellor at Law
A. H. HOFFMAN, INC.
Farm and Garden Seeds
Phone - 69
Cy. Biechler, Manager
WM. J. COGGINS
Real Estate Broker
Farms, Homes and Estates
OLD HIGHWAY 28
WHITEHOUSE. NEW JERSEY
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I5 NORTI-I BROAD STREET
JOHN W. FIELD
Coal, Lumber, Millworlc, Hardware
Paint, Masons' Materials
WI-IITEI-IOUSE STATION, N. J. Phone Leb. 51-R-22
WM. STOTHOFF COMPANY
Artesian Wells - Water Supply Systems
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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For more than a Century
HUNTERDON'S BEST SELLER
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Flemington, New York Express
Phone 40-J R lph
T. J. CAST-TMAN, Prop.
The Place to Meet Your Friends
For A Tasty Sandwich, A Delicious
Soda or Sundae Made With
JANE LOGAN DELUXE ICE CREAM
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VOGUE'S BEAUTY SHOP
FRANK W. VENABLE
SERGEANTSVILLE, N. J.
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Plumbing and Heating RWGOE5' N' J'
Phone Flemington 9l8-R-3I I
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
FLEMINGTON GARAGE '
Buick Sales 8: Service
Phone 74 2 SPRING STREET FLEMINGTON. N. J.
I-WLAN oiL co. ,
Texaco Products Fuel Oil
Morris Weisberg 8: Son
Dealers in Charles W. Hildabrant Q
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Route I2 Between Routes 29 8: 30 1
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FLEMINGTON, N, J.
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COATS . . . DRESSES . . . SUITS
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
COR. MAIN AND MINE STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
David L. Levinson, Prop.
DILLEY'S BUS SERVICE
Fred J. Dilley, Prop.
FLEMINGTON. NEW JERSEY
924-R-4 Routes 29 and 30
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Jeddo and Lehigh Coal
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Auto Repairing - Greasing - Tires
Batteries - Accessories
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RINGOES, NEW JERSEY Pl, FI gi 905 R21
CHESTER H. HERDER 2
JOHN G. LAWSHE I
nsurance Machine Company
THREE BRIDGES, N. J. 5
RAYMOND H. MILLER
WM. McCREERY 81 SON
FLEMINGTON, R. D. NO I N J
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GEORGE B. SEALS
ROUTES 29 81 202, RINGOES. N. J.
U. S. Tires-Esso Products
A. E. V, Enard, Prop. Ph 908RI5
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8: SUPPLY COMPANY
Norman A. Titus 8: Bros. Mason Materials and Coal
I4 COURT STREET
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Telephone 924-R-23 ESSO SERVICE
STANDARD ESSO STATION
HUFFMAN and LaRUE
Metered Fuel Oil-Kerosene
Esso, Essolene and Motor Oil
ROUTE 30 FLEMINGTON, N. J.
GEORGE F. BLOOMER
Landscape Contractor OBERTIS
T93 MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON N J Ph 64M
WILLIAM Y. HIGGINS
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Compliments of Phone: Clinton l4O-R-I2
A. W. PROTZMAN
BODINE LUMBER CO.
Coolerator Refrigerator Lumber and Materials
lce Service Pratts ancl Bull Brand Feed
rs PARK AVENUE FLEMING-ToN, N. J. PIWSTOWN- N- J-
WHEN YOU NEED PRINTING
can Lebanon ,WR-3 A very thin man met a very tat man
in the hotel lobby.
"From the looks ot you," said the tat
Quality Job Printing man, "there might have been a tam-
, "Yes," was the reply, "and from the
Moderate Prlces looks ot you, you might have caused it."
WHITEHOUSE STATION. N. J.
COUNTY TRADING PCST
Poultry 8: Dairy Equipment
Silos-Milking Machines 81 Coolers
I9-2l BLOOMFIELD AVE. l2'l8 BELVIDERE AVE.
FLEMINGTON, N. J. WASHINGTON, N. J.
Phone 409 Phone 984
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DR. B. ROSENBLEETH
Phone Flemlngfo 9I6R4
To the class of I947 of the Flemington High School,
we extend our most hearty felicitations and good wishes
A. J. Axeuzoo, Ph. ca.
S ss MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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MANUFACTURING CO., Inc
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TRENTON. NEW JERSEY
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V. F. ROCHE RESTAURANT
DURAL RUBBER CO.
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Household : Plumbing : Automoiive Specialties : Heels : Soles :
Molded Rubber Goods
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
FRANK G. LOTT
DEATS BUlLDlNG FLEMINGTON, N. .l
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Co-ed: "Daddy, there's a girl in one
of my classes with a hat exactly like my
Father: "I suppose that means you
want money for another hat."
Co-ed: "Well, it would be cheaper
than changing schools."
Appliances. Floor Coverings,
Philco Radios and Refrigeraiors
Best Wishes to the Class
of I947 I
GEORGE'S MARKET I
VILLAGE GIFT SHOP
WI-IITEI-IOUSE, NEW JERSEY I
I6 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
of C-ounseI'Ior at Law
JOSEPH BIRINBAUM 9I MAIN STREET
ELEMINGTON NEW JERSEY I
AMOS THATCHER VISIT 2
Purina and BuII Brand Feeds IORI0 GLASS SHOP 2
WILLIAMS STREET MUSEUM I
FLEMINGTON. N. J.-Phone Flem. 35-R
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Compliments of Uferlz Auto Parts Service, Inc.
DR. ALBERT H. KOHN
Optomgtfist FLEMINGTON. N. J.
52 MAIN STREET
HERR 81 FISHER
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Phone, Lebanon 30-R-4
ESTATE OF C. A. SKILLMAN
DeLUXE MOVING VANS
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N. J.
Esiimafes Cheerfully Given Our Refrences-Those We Move
Good Luck 'ro Class of '47
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Home Made Breads and Pasfries
All Baking Done on Premises
57 MAIN STREET FROZEN FOOD LCCKERS
FLEMINGTON, N J
Ph Flemi gt 366
fm' CHARLES W. CONNER
Your Senafor .
Carpenter 8: Builder
SAMUEL L. BODINE OLDWICKK N' J.
Ph ne Oldwiclc 27-W
Flemington Aluminum 8: E. M. HAYNES' JR'
r. sieazmiy and s, se.: Sinclair Refining Co.
Phmf 926R23 Fieminerow, N, J.
PONTIAC CO. Vegetables
riemimeron. N. J.
DILLON 8: SEIGFRIED
xxmirei-iouse, N, J.
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Best Wishes to the Graduates
POSTMAN'S LADIES SHOP
A luxury in everything but the price
For those who love nice things
36 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON. N'. J.
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
FLEMINGTON NEW JERSEY
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26 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE
FLEMINGTON NEW JERSEY
Phone 65-W A. Birnbaum
Pennington Gift Shoppe
27 BROAD STREET FLEMINGTON, N. 1.
BURKHART MOTOR CO.
203 MAIN STREET -
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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HENRY A. LUBSEN
FLEMINGTON. NEW JERSEY
CUT GLASS COMPANY
HELENE'S BEAUTY SALON Phone Old. 26-R
I2 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE
FLEMINGTON. NEW JERSEY
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N J
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Groceries Fruits Vegetables
OLDWICK, NEW JERSEY
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Portr its C mmercial Photo r h
I J. EDWARD CROWL Filins " 'P '
Engineer and Land Surveyor BLAHER PHOTO STUDIO
I 68 MAIN STREET 136 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF
From 1'he Class of '48
HAROLD LENFEST "Gerry"
TONY MINA "Tony"
DORIS HAMPTON "Happy"
ANNA HERDER "Annan
JOHN HRUBOS "Johnny"
CAROL CARTER "Chippy"
MARIE MAKARICK "Mack"
NANCY TEMPLEMAN "Nancy"
JACK BAKER "Baker"
MARJORIE VOORHEES "Midge"
MYRON BROST "Mike"
DOTTY BODINE "Bodie"
TED HOLMSEN "Ted"
HENRY KUHL "Kuhlie"
MANFRED WOLF "WoI6e"
BETTY BROKAW "Betty',
DOROTHY PLESNARSKI "Dotty"
SHIRLEY BRAMICK "Shirley"
FRED MCGILLVRAY "Cy"
HENRY STRAUSS "Heinz"
FRANK MOLLENHAUER "Mo1dy"
ELAINE HYNDS "E1aine,'
AUDREY HOLCOMBE "Aud"
CARL HOCKENBURY "Hockey"
HAROLD DALLEY, "Dalley"
JOE FUST "Joe',
RICHARD ZAVETA "Rabbit"
MARGARET SCHOMP "Peggy"
MANUELITA PEREZ "Mannie"
JOSEPHINE NEFF "Jo"
THERESA KOLAKOWSKI "Terry"
FRANK NAVARRO "Cisco"
DORIS DENSEN "Doris"
MARGERY CASE "Margie"
JACK PAINTER "Jack"
HENRY SNYDER "Hank",
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