Florence Township Memorial High School - Clavis Yearbook (Florence, NJ)
- Class of 1958
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OUR 1958 CLAVIS
T0 MRS. MARY GORDON
Our Class Advisor
We, the Class of 1958, proudly dedicate our yearbook to Mrs. Mary
Gordon, our class advisor. We shall always remember her and be grateful
for her help and leadership, which she so faithfully rendered. It was she
who knew each one of us, teaching us to march ever forward with pride in
our class, while striving to reach higher goals each year.
Many are the
happy hours weave
spent in . . .
OUR ALMA MATER
No other school, no other friend do we see
Besides thy halls and our own memory.
No other place, none other had
The laughter and tears we shed in our fight for thee
This is our song, the song of all the students,
To Florence High our Alma Mater free.
Oh! may you always have the joys and friendships
That we enjoyed when we were with thee.
"Youth Marches Forward," our theme for the 1958 Clavis, is an
inspiring motto for the citizens of tomorrow. In preparation for future
citizenship, our school becomes the laboratory in which we gain ex-
perience. It is a place where individuals are doing many things to
enrich themselves mentally, physically, and socially. The youths of
today are not juvenile delinquentsg they are the potential leaders of
tomorrow, who will derive wisdom from their knowledge and experi-
ences. If our country and our people are to survive, our youth must
realize its responsibilities, raise the torch of citizenship ever higher,
and indeed, march forward!
For many years we have energetically strived to reach our graduation
day. That day has at last arrived, now, each youth must march along
his own pathway, leaving behind the memories of F.H.S.
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Left to right, seated: A. Willianis, J. Sandhoff, L. Coldy. Standing: B. Mullen
F. Linda, J. Cox, J. Winner, G. Wieland. N. Kovac, R. Yurcisin, B. Rachunis.
THE CLAVIS STAFF
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Girls, Sports Editor
Boys' Sports Editor
Nora Jane Kovacs
Judith E. Winner
T Jean Sandhoff
The staff of the 1958 Clavis wish to thank our Clavis Advisors
for their generous help in making our yearhook possihleg Mr.
Mandel, for his assistance on layoutg Miss Duffy, our Principal,
for her generous supportg Miss Helen M. Masick, for the typing,
and Mrs. Cordon, our Class Advisor, who has constantly guided
us throughout our four years of High School.
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Dennis Goddard, Fred Linda, Louis Chanti, George Wieland, Richard Yurcisin, Zoltan
DEMOCRACY IN ACTIUN-OUR
Every year Boys' and Girls' State programs are conducted on a state level
by the American Legion and its Auxiliary. The purpose of this type of
program is to develop good citizens of the United States by inspiring the
youth of New Jersey to take a more active and intelligent interest in the
privileges and responsibilities of citikenship. Constantly alert to the oppor-
tunities for educating our future citizens, we at Florence High School send
a lively active group to Rutgers for first-hand experiences in the democratic
DEMOCRACY AT WORK-
Being able to run for an office is one of the
privileges in which we Americans can participate.
Here is Judith E. Winner running for the position,
of Secretary of Purchasing at the Burlington
Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. County Government.
Judith E. Winner
Here at the Mount Holly Courthouse we met and talked with some
of Burlington County's freeholders. Here, also, we held open dis-
cussions on Burlington County's latest problems, developments, and
their effect on our near future.
After being elected or appointed to an office, we
met the holder of that office, and learned his duties.
Here is Arlene Williams who was Supervisor of
Public Buildings and Maintenance, and Barbara
Rachunis who was County Librarian.
A. Williams, B. Rachunis
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STUDENT 3 4, COUNCIL
The Student Council is the local
phase in the system of government
Students who participate in this
form of government galn valuable
experience helpful to them as citi-
zens of Florence Townshlp
President Vine President
ZOLTAN GILANYI PHILLIP CESARETTI
Left to right: Phillip Cesaretti fVice Presidentl, Loretta Borbi frfreasurerj, Zoltan
Gilanyi fPresidentJ, Theresa Csirak fRecording Secretaryl, Anna Gyenge fCor-
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i Norman L. Haider, presented their Iunior Piay, ROOM FOR
No matter how hard it was to make ends meet, Yoppa and Mother Rose
could never say no to a homeiess Qld. in the Pumpkin Sheii, their tiny
summer cottage hy the ocean, it was oiten hard to teii their own chiidren
it iHHIl at oi
a problem. They had promised to keep her ior two weeks, hut on the day
before she was to ieave, she stminayiike a stranger. When Miss Win-
ston irom the Home arrived a day earl to take her hack, lane didn't
want er who eexd rs, voted
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to keep her. o sooner had t is een one t an ano er un ortnnate chiid,
Iimmy Iohn, a cripple, comes in. Though Mother had never seen the hoy
r heiore,her heart went out E JQ1yone reaiized it, limmy Kohn
' was taken into the iam rQMQQ91hectic, happy iiie, tragedy
W strikes. Poppa snceumhs to a heart attack. The iamiiy raiiies around
o and pitch Paifpansgrfigmfhqasy tor Hoey
who is to enter medical school in the iaii, mother's writing, is not success-
, ini, and gHs saw eidpasiyd-aatzons. Finaiiy,
Mcrdier decides that the only way to settie their iinaneiai diiiicnhies is
o to seii the Pumpkin Sheii. Vtgebdiflmy Kohn discovers that they are
going to seii it Ag,-gpg ay, hut the other
children iind him and 'bring him hack. Then iortune smiies upon the
Mother has soid her story ahout jimmy Kohn to a movie
Left to right: C. Duhe, F. Linda. B. Pinto, B. Left to right: J. Hutchinson, S. Ames, B. Mullen
Mullen. R. Corsky, M. Nemeth. B. Mills. 9. Ames, R. Gorsky, F. Linda.
l.. Colrly, J. Sanrlhoff, Z. Cilanyi, R. Wilson, J.
Mother ..... ..... . ........ - .... . Roxanne Wilson
J0ey . .... .... Fred Linda
Trot Rose ..... . Barbara Mullen
Teensie Rose Rosemary Gorsky
Ianey ..... .. .... - Shirley Ames
Betty .... . ...... Betty Mills
Miss Winston ...... ,, Lynn Goldy
Poppa ,B .e,,,, Zoltan Cilanyi
jimmy john ee.e. ...eeee J ack Hutchinson
Mrs. Biddle .e....e -- .... . Mary Nemeth
George Biddle .eee.. ........ . .... B ob Pinto
Rescued Woman ....... .......... J ean Sandhoff
Left to right, seated: C. Duhe, B. Left to right, seated: ,l. Hutchinson,
Mills, L- Goldy- Slflflllfflgi J. Sand- R. Wilson. Standing: Mr. Norman
hoff, B. Pinto, M. Nemelh. Haider, Z, Gilanyi,
Zoltan's humorous contribution
to our talent show was his humor-
ous monologue portraying a farmer.
Lynn has displayed her talent
each year, as a participant in our
talent shows. Her piano solos and
accompaniments will always he re-
R. Bodine, R. Pinto, A. Williams
This medical skit done in '57
drew many a laugh from the stu-
dents and faculty in the audience,
Arlene, portraying a nurse, Bob
Pinto, a doctor, and Bob Bodine,
Our "Harmonizers" have been in
the talent shows each year, singing
a medley of never-to-he-forgotten
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"Chick', performed in our talent
show, doing a solo of 'Tonight You
Belong to Me," dressed in a little
Left lo right: S. Ames, E. Mills, R. Wilson, B. Rachunis
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pantomime to "Love Is Strange."
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The Snowman of ,58
At nine the couples began to glide
around the dance floor to the heavenly
music of Art Brown and his Orchestra.
Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves,
even our chaperons who graciously gave
their time to attend our prom.
Our Christmas Wreath
We all enjoyed . . .
Our Class of '58 held its first formal dance, the
Junior Prom, on Friday evening, December 7,
1956. As the hands on the clock approached nine
the couples started arriving and the gymnasium
looked as though it were the mystic land of fantasy.
A huge snowman with a seasonable hat and scarf
greeted everyone and carried out our theme of
Miss Marcella L. Duffy and Mrs. Mary Cordon
All the girls looked very beautiful in
their gowns and corsages given to them
by their handsome escorts. At twelve we
realized that the close of a perfect eve-
ning was at hand and we hated to leave.
As we danced the last number around
our Christmas wreath, we knew this was
a "Winter Promenade" that was never
to be forgotten.
The freshmen liked the seniors so
All freshmen are given instructions
concerning proper etiquette.
Since there was a
shortage of seats this
freshman was taught
a lesson in being
polite to upperelass-
much that many of the hoys pro-
posed to the girls and even fresh-
man girls to the senior lioys.
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BARBARA RACHUNIS GEORGE WIELAND
RICHARD YURCISINM FREDERICK LINDAX
BILEEN FARKASX M Fi1'StH0H0fS BARBARA MULLENX
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GERALD SANDORX JOHN JOHNSUN
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The Class of ,58 presented their Senior Play, "A Change of
Heart" on the evening of November 22 and 23. The director was
Norman L. Haider.
The play, a rollicking comedy, concerns a conflict between the
older and the younger generations. Professor Dunlap, opinionated
and a trifle tyrannical has written a book about a model child,
his own Jennie, a high school senior. Jennie believes herself to
be in love with a college senior who stirs up trouble for himself
by advising Jennie to be herself instead of the ideal that her father
has created. Then the comic complications grow. Jennie has a date
with the football hero, leads a dance and then the band at a pep
rally and becomes-belle of the ball. Before Jennie and her friends
are through with them, the older generation are being themselves
with some hilarious results.
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Mrs. Dunlap ....,....... ...........r..r M ary Ford
Mrs. Low ........r..... .r..r.,.....r... J udith Winner
Carmen Stigdon ..r....
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Brain Donnelly .......
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Bert Orvis r..,.....,... C-
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Cheerleader ....... ...... E ileen Farkas
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Through Its Graduates
THE SENIORS 23
SHIRLEY J. AMES
"Active, reliant and a loyal friend, willing to aid from beginning to
Color Guard, F.H.A., Basketball, Junior Play, Girls, State Delegate
EDWARD R. ANDERSON
Bell Telephone Worker
"Sober, but not serious, quiet, but
Attends Bordentown Dances . . . en-
joys hunting . . . does contracting
work . . . interested in cars.
Operators, Basketball, Leather Craft
MARTIN E. BENNETT
"W it, now and then, struck smartly,
shows a spark."
Loves to play pinball machines . . .
can be found in Roebling with Berry
. . . likes tomato pie.
Flash, Art Club, Drivers Ed.
WILLIAM F. BERRY
"Little said is soonest mended."
Can be seen in Roebling with Marty . . . loves pizza pies.
Baseball, Art Club, Drivers Ed.
ROBERT C. BODINE
"Be good, says the proverb, and happy you'll be, But fun, on the
other hand, satisfies mef,
Sharp dresser . . . Where's Arlene? . . . Spends his afternoons work-
ing on his car, loves bop music, Football, Orchestra, Band, Flash,
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SIDNEY U. BOONE
"Laugh at your friends, and if your
friends get sore, so much the better,
you may laugh the more."
Works in a store . . . in his spare
time enjoys sports, and likes to fish.
FLORENCE J. BUCCIGROSSI
"A bundle of mischief, and an ocean
Loves taking long rides with Tom,
attends Beverly dances, likes a good
Makeup . . . Concessions . . . Flash
. . . Library . . .F. H. A .... Drivers
RACHEL E. BUONANNO
"She's full of vitality, never slow. Always ready and raring to gof'
Can be seen in the movies with Bob . . . gallivants all over with
Chick . . . Make-up . . . Cheerleading . . . Drivers Ed. . . . Conces-
sions . . . F.H.A.
PHILIP R. CESARETTI
"Not bold nor shy, nor short, nor tall, but a mingling of them all."
Girls delight . . . plays cards with boys . . . full of fun . . . good
Traffic Comm., Student Council, Football, Basketball, Baseball.
LOUIS J. CHANTI
"T all, dark and full of fun, a person
liked by everyone?
Likes to hunt and fish . . . can be
found riding around with Phil . . .
spends his free time at Ben's . . .
lifts weights as a hobby.
Vice Pres., Operators, Basketball,
Traffic Comm., Craft Club
KENNETH M. CHAPMAN
'Always happy, always gay, one who
makes it a happy day."
Likes all girls in general . . . enjoys
dancing . . . likes to drive . . . can
be found working after school . . .
Drivers Ed., Football, Basketball, Art
Club, Craft Club, Dancing Club
LINDA R. CHATMAN
"She says what she thinks, She speaks it from the soul."
Nurses Aide in private hospital . . , Starletts Social Club . . . Tommy
number one on her list . . . Majorettes, Hockey, Basketball, Knitting
"Speech is silver, silence is goldenf,
One of the more quiet members of our class.
Drivers Ed .... Craft . . . Reading . . . Track
DORIS P. COATES
"There lies a devillry beneath her
Enjoys driving . . . often seen at
Peacock's . . . Where's Marsha? . . .
Glee Club . . . Dancing . . . Drivers
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JANICE E. COX
"A Rembrandt or Angelo she may be,
for already an artisfs hand has she."
Can he found at Larry's, bowling
with Barb, Ei, and Ann . . . spends
her time writing to her serviceman,
takes a great interest in oil painting
Cavis . . . Make-up . . . Art Club . . .
Drivers Ed .... Concessions . . . Bas-
ketball . . . F.H.A .... Flash . . . Col-
"Handsome is, as handsome does."
Member of Roebling Junior Rescue Squad . . . Track . . . AA . . .
Student Council . . . Senior Play . . . Leather Craft.
CAROLYN H. DUBE
"Happy am Ig from care Fm free! Why aren't they all contented
A movie fan . . . loves tomato pies . . . a good worker at the Drug
Store . . . likes to swim and dance.
Art Club, Make-Up Club, Junior Play Prompter, F.H.A.
JANICE C. ECKMAN
"A winning smile, appearance neat.
Her style of dancing is hard to beatf'
Sharp dancer . . . goes swimming and
to the movies with Wayne . . . Sun-
day School Teacher.
A.A., Concessions, F.H.A., Choir
EILEEN G. FARKAS
"Full of vitality, intellect and fun,
always active, friend to everyone."
Can be seen bowling with Barb and
.lan . . . takes advantage of her driv-
er's license . . . good basketball
Class Treasurer, Honor Society.
Cheerleader, F .H.A., Basketball
MARY E. FORD
"Ability with humor and wit, Is given those who will benefitf,
Can be seen with Carole and Judy . . . likes to bowl and skate . . .
enjoys driving to Trenton . . . Trenton Dances . . . Concessions,
Make-Up, Glee Club, Senior Play
SANDRA J. FOULKS
"So sweet, the blush of bashfulnessf,
A movie fan . . . likes to dance . . . good at swimming and basketball.
F .H.A .... Make-Up . . . Basketball . . . AA.
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GEORGE A. FURTH
Television Repair Man
"T o be short is no disgrace, only in-
Works in a candy store . . . enjoys
swimming and playing baseball . . .
likes to go to the movies . . . Glee
Club . . . Baseball manager.
ZOLTAN A. GILANYI
"He will always try, and in trying
Student Council President . . . Con-
cessions . . . Football . . . Junior
Play and Senior, Play . . . Musicale.
DENNIS L. GODDARD
I Chemical Engineer
"Cheerful, mischievous, friendly, too, always around when fun's
Boys' state representative . . . loves to hunt and fish . . . a hot rod
fan . . . real gone . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Traffic Commission
. . . Operators . . . Student Council
LYNN R. GOLDY
Minister of Music
"God giveth speech to all, song to a few."
Accomplished pianist . . . Director of Methodist Junior Choir . . .
likes lots of fun . . . member of South Jersey High School Orchestra
and All-State Orchestra.
Clavis, Orchestra, Make-Up, Glee Club, .lunior Play
ROSE MARY H. GORSKY
"Beautiful in form and feature, lovely
as the dayf,
Listens to hillbilly records . . . crazy
about a guy with a bright red con-
vertible . . . loves to visit Mayfair.
.lunior Play, Varsity Cheerleader,
A.A., Dancing Club Committee
ANNA R. GYENGE
"A friend who makes the least noise.
And is always helpful."
Enjoys bowling and ice skating . . .
Nurses Aide . . . likes speed boats . . .
loves to drive.
Student Council, F.H.A., Tumbling,
"A friend to you, a friend to me, A success we know that he will be."
Enjoys swimming . . . dancing . . . a good baseball and basketball
player . . . Football, Drivers Ed., Baseball and Basketball
MARGARET B. HATALOVSKY
"She does it to annoy, because she knows it teasesf'
Loves to take long rides in that two-tone blue Merc . . . can be seen
at Ben's with Joan and the girls . . . making plans for next September,
Marge? . . . Make-up . . . Art . . . Drivers Ed .... Color Guard . . .
Concessions . . . Basketball . . . F.H.A .... Senior Play . . . AA
. . . Cheerleader . . . Hockey.
EILEEN J. HRIVN AK
"A pleasing countenance is no slight
Enjoys swimming and playing tennis
. . . Good basketball player.
Basketball . . . Drivers Ed.
JOHN G. HUTCHISON
"T he typical boy next doorg Except
he's got something even more."
Takes a great interest in girls . . .
enjoys working on cars.
Student Council . . . Junior Play . . .
Traffic Commission. .
"Quiet anal shy, but a likeable guyf,
Likes to skate and swim . . . a good worker on cars . . . just loves
to loaf . . . Craft Club . . . Art Club . . . Squad Leader.
GEORGE C. INGHAM
"He looks like an athlete, He walks like an athlete, Wait, he is an
Shorthand whiz??? . . . can be found at the wharf and at all the
dances . . . Jr. Fireman . . . Altar Boy . . . Boys State Delegate.
Football, A.A., Basketball, Baseball, Craft Club, Drivers Ed.
JOHN M. JOHNSON
"True dignity abides with him alone."
Makes model railroading . . . collects
records . . . enjoys watching baseball
Leathercraft, A.A., Drivers Ed.
EDWARD F. KAIS
"He's always gay ana' full of fun,
But when there's work, he will not
Likes to play tennis . . . enjoys swim-
ming and bowling . . . a good ice and
Craft Club, Drivers Ed.
ERIKA M. KIRALY
"Fd rather be small and shine than large and cast a shadow."
Enjoys attending Soccer games . . . loves to swim . . . a good waitress
at the Barbecue.
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NORA JANE KOVAC
"Happy to know, good to see, Always full of fun and gleef,
Engaged . . . enjoys bowling and playing miniature golf . . . Spends
her free time writing to a certain boy in the service . . . AA . . .
F .H.A .... Drivers Ed .... Art . . . Clavis.
FREDRICK W. LINDA
"A little nonsense now and then, is
relished by the wisest menf,
Boys' state representative . . . Student
Council . . . Clavis . . . Junior and
Senior Plays . . . Assembly . . .
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"Kind and sweet, and pleasant to
Make-up . . . Drivers Ed .... Con-
cessions . . . a good church member
. . . enjoys ice skating and bowling.
ALBERTA E. lVlacFARLAND
"Full of life and lots of fun, Look for a pal anrl slte,s the onef'
A stock car race fan . . . a movie and T.V. fan . . . Likes to baby sit
. . . sews a bit . . . likes to ride.
Library Club, A.A., Drivers Ed.
JOHN W. MALMOS
"There's rhythm in his feetf,
Loves to dance . . . can be found at Beverly Dances . . . practices
basketball in his spare time.
Basketball, A.A., Craft Club
JUDITH A. MARSHALL
"Always laughing, gay and free,
Ready to talk to you or me."
Takes an .interest in working with
ceramics . . . enjoys bowling . . . likes
to skate . . . loves to swim . . . can
cook and sew, too! . . . Spends her
free time dating a boy who lives on
Make-Up, Concessions, Drivers Ed.
WILLIAM L. MARTIN
"Music with the heart gives the ex-
pression of one's sincere desiref'
Enjoys music, sports . . . attends
dances in Trenton.
Band, Orchestra, Football, Clee Club
KATHLEEN A. MILLER
"Kathy's quiet, it is true, But you'll very seldom see her blue."
Enjoys football games . '. . likes to swim . . . goes to drive-inis with
J ack . . . dances well.
Traffic Commission, Dancing Club
ELIZABETH A. MILLS
"Tall and straight, honest and true, Always a friend to me and youf,
Seen with Roxy . . . likes to skate.
Make-Up, Concessions, Glee Club, Library Club, Choir, Junior Play
BARBARA W. MULLEN
"A smiling imp, in disguise, mischief
sparkles from her eyesf,
Active in sports . . . enjoys bowling
and swimming . . . can be found with
Ei and Jan . . . Nurse's Aide Mercer
Cheerleader, Drivers Ed., F.H.A.,
Traffic Comm., Assembly Comm.,
Hockey, Basketball, Clavis, Jr. and
Sr. Play, Alternate to Girl's State
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RICHARD J. MULLEN
"It i.i,f10l wise to be wiser than neces
Enjoys swimming and boxing . .
television fan . . . likes to hunt.
MARY C. NEMETH
"Her personality is neat, her clothes are neat, she's just the one for
you to meetf,
A good worker in the Drug Store . . . loves to go to the movies with
Mike . . . enjoys swimming.
Traffic Comm., Junior Play, Student Council 35
JANICE lVl. PAGLIONE
"The only way to have a friend is to be one."
Enjoys dancing and swimming . . . a movie fan.
A.A., F.H.A., Dancing Club
ROBERT P. PINTO
"Good natured and very kind, No
one better could you findf,
Dates Carol . . . likes good music .
has lots of records.
Band, Flash, lunior Play. '
ROBERT J. POLYAK
"Look, hels winding up the watch of
his wit, by anrl by it will strike."
Loads of fun . . . seen with Rachel
. . . will always do his part.
Football and Operators Club
BARBARA A. RACHUNIS
"Tall, intelligent, and very fair, Ready anal willing to do her sharef'
Likes to swim and dance . . . an apple eater . . . Delegate to County
Covlt .... South ,lersey Band and Orchestra.
Orchestra, Glee Club, Class Sec., Sec. of Honor Society, Clavis, Sen-
ior Play, All-State Band
MARY L. RICHARDSON
"This likeable miss has a charming way of laughing and giggling
all through the dayf,
Dating Jim . . . loves to dance . . . can be seen driving around after
Flash, Hockey, Senior play, Library, F.H.A., Basketball.
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"Always a helping hand she lends,
she has no enemies, only frienrlsf,
Likes to.drive and dance . . . Enjoys
swimming and skating can always be
found with Judy.
Interested in cars.
Library Club . . . Dancing.
"A friend to all, a foe to nonef,
Interested in cars
Flash, A.A., Guidance Club, Drivers
JEAN A. SANDHOFF
MA fine heafl of hair mills heauty lo a good facef,
Can he seen with Frankie . . . likes to go bowling . . . and to the
movies . . . a collector of foreigndolls . . . enjoys swimming and
boating . . . good Clavis worker
Make-up, Basketball, F.H.A., Junior play, Business Manager of Flash.
Girlls State Delegate, Drivers Ed.
"Character is higher than intellect."
Rides motorcycles, makes tomato pies, Is interested in everything
Band, Concessions, Student Council, Track, Slide Rule Club, Bas-
WILLIAM R. SANTOLERI
"Let the world slide, I,ll not budge
Enjoys boxing and swimming . . . a
movie fan . . . can be found at Joe's
with the boys.
Football, Traffic Comm.
"T all and quiet, with a grin, He al-
ways lets the sunshine inf,
Enjoys swimming . . . a good worker.
STANLEY W. SCOTT
"Not too serious, not too gay, but a good friend in his own way."
Works at Ren Roh Kennels . . . has a certain girl who lives on the
Student Council, Senior Play
JOSEPH A. SPARTA
"Not short, not tall, nor shy, nor bold, but a mixture of them all."
Works as a stock clerk in a store . . . spends his free time washing
and polishing cars.
Craft Club, Squad Leader
HOWARD L. SPRACUE
"Full of.fun and mischief, too, doing
things he shoula'n't do."
Operators Club, Flash, Football, Bas-
ketball, Drivers Ed.
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WILLIAM L. TUCKER
"Happy go lucky is he."
Good singer . . . loves to swim and
attend the movies . . . member of
A.A., Glee Club, Choir, Drivers Ed.
ZOLTAN P. VARGA
"A quiet boy, enjoying life in a quiet wayf,
Enjoys fishing and hunting . . . spends his free time writing to Carol
who lives in Chester.
Basketball, Football, Art Club
CHARLES C. WARGO
"M en, like bullets, go farthest when they are smoothest."
Loves to duck hunt and fish . . . interested in cars . . . A good money
spender . . . number one hobby girls.
Baseball, Dancing Club
ROBERT T. WARCO
"A ready word and a happy smile
makes Bob a friend worthwhile."
Loves to swim and go boat riding . . .
Student Council, Football, Assembly
CAROLE C. WATRO
"Small in size, big in heart, always
ready to do her part."
A stock car fan . . . enjoys movies,
reading, bowling, ice skating . . .
spends most of her spare time with a
boy named- Jim.
Concessions, Student Council, F.H.A.,
Glee Club, Basketball, Drivers Ed.,
GEORGE G. WIELAND
"No man was ever wise by chancef,
Member of the Y.M.C.A .... sports reporter for Trenton Times, Ten
A.A., Honor Society, Senior Play, Basketball, Student Council, Dele
gate to Boy's State
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ARLENE R. WILLIAMS
"Happy go lucky, full of fun, a friend to almost everyone."
Bob's girl . . . can be found at Frankls with Rosie . . . loves to swim
. . . enjoys playing sports.
Clavis, Traffic Comm., Cheerleader, Assembly Comm., Basketball,
Hockey, County Gov't. Delegate, F.H.A., Glee Club.
ROXANNE R. WILSON
"Roxy's so helpful and so true, Al-
ways a friend to me and you.',
Enjoys roller and ice skating . . .
Nurse's Aide . . . seen driving a blue
Ford . . . South Jersey Band.
Band, Clee Club, Choir, Orchestra,
A.A., Junior play.
JUDITH E. WINNER
"A willing heart, a helping hand, al-
ways ready on demand."
Pals around with Carole . . . enjoys
dancing, ice skating, loves dating a
certain fellow from B.H.S .... likes
Delegate to County Cov't., Girls State
Delegate, Make-up, Glee Club, Choir,
Honor Society, Senior Play, Conces-
PATRICK H. YOUNG
"His brain contains a thousand cells, in each, some active mischief
Can be found in Bordentown . . . enjoys skating . . . likes to fish
and hunt . . . will do his share of work.
Craft Club, Football, Operators Club.
"He is capable of imagining all, ar-
ranging all, ami of doing all."
Boy's State Delegate . . . Roebling
Junior Rescue Squad . . . always out
to Columbus Sale . . . How's your
Class Pres., Pres. Honor Society,
Oratorical Contest, Operetta, Opera-
tors Club, Football, Senior Play
THEODORE G. ZOTTA
'A winning smile, appearance neal
his style of dancing is hard to beatf
Good swimmer . . . loves to hunt and
fish . . . terrific dancer.
So that she will always be
remembered, we, the Class of
,58, wish to do honor to a
former classmate of ours,
Student Council, Senior Play
Through Wise Guidance
Youth must march forward. All progress in this world depends
upon it. lt isn't so much the fact that you march forward, but how
you march. You can march with dragging steps and down-cast eyes.
You can take the low road that runs around the hills but never rises
to new heights.
My advice to you is that you march up the mountains of life with
your feet upon the ground and your eyes upon the stars. Youth, filled
with hope of a better world will march without fear and will sacrifice
themselves in a creative effort to build a better world than the one
their parents turned over to them.
If this generation refuses to create, Cod, in his wisdom, will allow
it to disappear unmourned and will raise up a new generation to carry
out his purpose.
DR. JERRE F. MORELAND
Superintendent of Florence
Township Public Schools
Congratulations, members of the Class of 1958, on
your successful graduation from Florence Township
Memorial High School. As you enter your future studies,
or your life careers, remember the proverb: "Wisdom
is the principal thingg therefore, get wisdom, and with
all thy getting get understanding." Use your wisdom to
make your own community a better place in which to
live, and your understanding to create, in your maturity,
a fuller life for yourself and your fellow townsmen.
ETHEL K. ELLIOTT
Congratulations to the Class of l958. You have come
to the end of a long period of study. It now remains for
you to'work out your own private destiny. To build a
career of service, success, and happiness, both in the
interests of society at large and self becomes not only
your privilege but your duty.
A few parting words I would impress upon you. What-
ever you do, do well. Develop higher and better stand-
ards of performance in every task to which your efforts
are committed. ln carrying out a worthy cause, never
compromise. Stand for principle, honor, and service.
Might is not right, but right is might.
Your school believes in you. Justify that trust by good
deeds and successful achievement.
WALTER R. NOLAN
Memorial High School
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Sealed, left to right: Gladys Heintz, Secretaryg Kenneth Wilkie, Presidentg William
Kruseng and Louis Kocsis. Standing: James Cheesman, Melvin B. Winner, Richard
Horner, and Joseph Varga. Absent: Clayton Durham and John Baird.
MYOUTH MARCHES FORW'ARD,'
Your theme, HYouth Marches Forwardf, is most appropriate. Youth has
marched forward over the ages, but at this day and age with the launching
of satellites, and on the threshold of outer space travel, the scope or field has
The vehicle for travel over the highways of life is education. Higher
education for many is a must if you as individuals and as a nation are going
to meet the challenge of the times. These are complex times and can best be
resolved through higher education.
It is the duty or obligation of all graduates, if possible, to continue their
education, that each may be better fitted to utilize their full potential. As
individuals this will enhance your possibilities for success and collectively
make for a better and stronger America.
On behalf of the Board of Education I congratulate you and wish you
much success and happiness as you march forward over the highways of life.
H. KENNETH WlliKlE
President of the Board of Education
fi! OUR FACULTY CATHERINE C. JUNE E.
Secretary A.B., University
RUTH G. MARGARET
AB.. Trenton HN., Saint
State Teachers Francis School
Collcgc of Nursing
Librarian School Nurse
BS.. Tclnplc Industrial Arts
Art Mechanical Drawing
Art Clulw Operators and
Clavis Craft Clulm Aclvisor
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B.S., Penn State
Senior Candy Sale
B.S. in Education,
B.S. in Education.
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B.S. in Education,
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B.S. in Ed.
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U. S. History II
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Upper House-First row, left to right: A. Gyenge, L. Borbi, P. Cesaretti, Z. Gilanyi
Advisor, Miss Strickg T. Csirak. Second row: S. Scott, M. Bunnick, B. Wargo, E
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Lower House-First row, left to right: D. Chanti, M. Baldarossi, E. Taylor, Z. Gilanyi
J. Long, A. Baird, M. Bennett, F. Buccigrossi. Second row: T. Zotta, J. Jobes, D
Goddard, D. Yurcisin, G. Dorr, R. Linda, J. Mills.
By its hope for tomorrow
Left to right: Secretary, K. Englundg President, W. McCoyg Advisor,
Miss Sturtevantg Vice President, J. Kruseng Treasurer, L. Cicero.
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On the brink of another school year, we, the Class of '59, are looking
forward with great expectations to the time when we, too, will have the honor
of being a Senior Class.
We have had many memorable occasions during our last three years at
Florence High. As Freshmen we became acquainted with our new environ-
ment and ended the year with a successful party. This was the beginning
of the climb on our social calendar.
The second year We put our talents and creative ingenuity to work. Our
theme became cflune in Januaryv for our Sophomore Party. Decorations of
butterflies and violets adorned the windows and walls of the cafeteria. This
made for another happy and joyous time together.
Now as Juniors we hope to achieve a far better unity than in the past.
To resume our social climb we shall present our first formal, "Hawaiian
Holiday." This theme with its beautiful and captivating decorations shall
live up to our class motto, "Whatever Is Worth Doing At All ls Worth Doing
Our climb has not been an easy one for it has meant hard work and un-
selfish sacrifices on the part of many of its members including our Advisor,
Miss Sturtevant. She has been our inspiration for the class money-making
activities and has helped us launch many a selling campaign. To her we
give our many thanks.
F irst row, left to right: Treasurer, Gladys Heintzg Secretary, Phyllis
Ibach. Second row: Vice President, V. Careyg Advisor, Mrs. Burk-
hardtg President, L. Bunniclc.
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First row, left to right: L. Chapman, P. Smith
J. Eckman, S. Foulks, J. Potpinka, D. Scott
J. Cardis, J. Brecko, N. Bleir, M. Bordash
P. Mills. Second row: B. Tucker, J. Johnson
W. Berry, D. Ames, K. Brantmayer, L. Black
J. Roscani, E. Taylor, L. Hutchison, J. Bay
zath, B. Molnar, V. Jones. Third row: W
Rook, P. Young, J. Krusen, G. Dorr, M. Smith
B. Wolfe, R. Trader, C. Goddard, M. Bor
dash, P. Wilson, A. MacFarland, J. Molnar.
Fourth row: Officers-Vice President, J. Mal-
mosg Secretary, M. Baldarossig Treasurer, J
Paglioneg President, G. Ingham.
Left to right: NTI'-R. Mitre, J. Ingham, K
Englund, B. Sitzler, L. Chanti, G. Burkhardt
J. Hutchinson, D. Goddard, W. McCoy, B
Santoleri, M. Toma. HC"-D. Chanti, J. Mills
C. Watro, A. Thomas, E. Bachman, S. Linzen
hold, M. Nemeth, Advisor, Miss Masick.
First row, left to right: B. Mills, R. Wilson,
G. Smith, A. Baird, D. Chanti. Second row.
M. Bennett, E. Taylor, M. Baldarossi, T.
Csirak, G. Bordash, J. Long, A. Williams, F.
Buccigrossi. Third row: G. Dorr, D. Goddard,
C. Carey, R. Yurcisin, J. Johes, R. Wargo,
G. Wieland, Z. Gilanyi, R. Linda, T. Zotta,
First row, left Lo right: A. Stefan, R. Arnold,
R. Vnrgu, J. Berger, l.. Cardis, C. Lengyel,
Advisor, Nlr. Hedlundg D. Yurcisin, J. Bartha,
J. Berry, B. Sehafle. Second row: R. Filler,
C. Rodney, C. Cramnier, R. Campbell, K.
lliuczh, J. Lovenduski, l.. Czartoryski, D. Mar-
shall, F. Legnuioli, C. Wolfe, C. Johnson.
Thin! row: R. Coates, R. Dennison, S. Kon-
rad, R. l.z1nZolotti, R. Popso, J. Ingham, J.
llzirunyi, J. Koslruli, J. Lengel, M. Chapman.
Fourth row: S. Slawinski, C. Opre, D. Savalli,
W. Kolmrh, J. Bauer, R. Kostruli, R. Woolston.
C. Ahlgren, B. Bailey, E. Bonatz, M. Bordash,
J. Rriice, C. Rradway, K. Brantmayer, B.
Buczeigrossi, F. Buccigrossi, R. Cardis, L. Cen
tofonti, C. Clyde, F. Doglione, F. Doherty, L.
Donnelly, J. Durham, D. Dueasi, B. Farah, R
Frzippoli, S. Cirard, H. Criee, l. Crice, A
Henry, S. Hines, Nl. Johnson, J. Kish, lVl
Koteny, S. Linzenliold, C. Mullen, A. Pagodin
J. Perry, lVl. Richardson, C. Roache, C
Sehaum, E. Smith, C. Smith, S. Snyder, J
Stowell, P. Van Arsdale, l.. White, P. Wilson
J. Woolston, S. Worth, D. Wright. Advisor?
F. H. A.
Treasurer J. Eckman
Advisor lVlrs. Nelson
Secretary M. Baldarossi
President B. Mullen
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First row, left to right: B. Filler, Advisor, Mr.
Hedlundg L. Zatorsky, S. Boone, L. Shaver,
J. Sullivan, B. Lanzalotti. Second row: J.
Caulfield, P. Cisz, J. Kostrub, L. Chanti, M.
Clayton, D. Rapeiewicz, D. Marshall. Third
row: A. Stefan, J. Burns, J. Mills, W. Bap-
ciewicz, S. Carr.
First row, left to right: N. Henry, H. Loftin
J. DuBell, E. Sayers, L. Chapman, B. Moore?
J. Cox. Second row: G. West, G. Heintz, J
Krajacic, C. Boache, L. Vlfhite, B. Bailey, J
Durham, L. Black. Third row: B. Richardson
J. Chapman, M. Chapman, J. Sabol, G
First row, left to right: F. Buccigrossi, B.
Mills. Second row: B. Buonanno, S. Foulds,
S. Meench, M. Bordas, C. Bowker. Third row:
M. l-latalovsky, B. Fiscor, J. Sweeney, B.
Corsky, J. Ingham, J. Baronyi, Advisor, Mr.
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Seated, left to right: Dotty Mares, Beverly Mc-
Dowall, Judy Kish, Joyce Long, Evelyn Sares,
Pamella Sabo, Angie Baird, Nickie Cheesman,
Kathy Wargo, Sandra Linzenbold, Carol
Sheaffer, Gladys Heintz, Betty Mills, Phyllis
Ibach, Peggy Lou Thomas, Robert Brown,
Robert Filler, Russell Abrams, James Mills,
Elmer Campbell, Frank Sweeney, Robert
Seated, left to right: Georgiana Bordash, Mary
Richardson, Mr. Kemp, Advisor, Hilyard
Simpkins, Editor, Mary Ford, Carole Watro,
Marie Bennett, Helen Revak, Shirley Snyder,
Jack Sweeney, Carol Sheaffer, Frank Swee-
ney, Phyllis Ibach, Gladys Heintz, Janice Cox,
Theresa Csirak, Judith E. Winne1'.
Our Head Majorette
Left to right: Linda Chatman, Loretta Borbi, Geraldine Schaum, Jean DuBell, Joyce
Woolston, Martha Jane Brown.
Our Head Color Guard
Left to r1'g'f1f.' Shirley Ames. Elizabeth Farah. Jacquelyn Pall, Janet Szollosi.
YOUTH MARCHES FORWARD
First row, left to right: D. Bookbinder, J. Kish, J. Hodson, F. Linzenhold, B. Gudi-
kunst. Anderson. Second row: M. Bookhinder, A. Thomas, R. Kane, B. Somogyi,
H. Englund, S. Walsh, K. Houseworth. R. Popso, J. Lengel.
Left I0 riglzt: Hannah Elliott, Lynn Goldy. joseph Megules, Stephen Wash, Williaiii
Worrell. Bert Soniogyi, Sue Ann AIlfl6I'SOIl. Robert Boding, William Martin, Barbara
llachunis. John Lengycl. Richard Popso.
Our Clf-0 Clulm f'0Ill.I'll1lll0S to our svliool by singing in assemblies and in the spring
llllISll'ill. Sonic of our nienlbers have tllc' lionor of living selvctfwi for our Choir.
Firsl row. left I0 llliffllff J. Dulwll. M. liordusli. A. Borclasli. V. Jones. K. Wargmm. C
Waargiw. P. llwucll. G. lleinlz. U. Mares. Second l'UIl,'.' P. Mills. li. Colmly. B. Marlin. J
Mc-gnlvs. V. Curvy. L. Bunnivk. M. Bunnivlc. C. Sllcallvr. ll. ,lill0IIlilS.
Seated, left to right: Eileen Farkas, George Wieland, Richard Yurcisin, Barbara
Rachunis. Standing: Miss Toma, Advisorg Theresa Csirak, Ceorgiana Bordash, Jack
Sweeney, Jane Evans, Janet Potpinka, Judith E. Winner.
Youth Continues to March Forward
Through Democratic Activities!
Left to right: V. Krajacic, N. Kovac, J. Marshall, J. Paglione, J. Eckman, R. Buonanno,
A. MacFarland, Miss Masick, Advisorg B. Martin, J. Winner, C. Watro, M. Ford, G.
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First row, left to right: B. Henry, J. Chapman, D. Carnivale, B. Wargo, J. Ingham
K. Chapman, B. Santoleri, L. Bassett, J. Jobes, B. Sitzler, L. Bunnick, M. Bunnick
J. Megules. Second row: C. Carey, P. Cesarreti, Z. Harrison, L. Borbi, D. Coates, F
Todash, J. Smith, L. Litus, R. Mullen, G. Ingham, R. Woolston, M. MacLaughlin, R
Richardson, R. Morton, P. Moore. Third row: S. Boone, Managerg J. Burns, Manager:
R. Cox, C. Lengyl, D. Yurcisin, L. Cstorsky, W. Rapsiewitz, J. Pasqualine, Coach,
T. Csik, Coach: J. Tete, D. Ellington, P. Varga, J. Sullivan, F. Legnaioli, H. Bowker
B. Pasquiline, Manager, J. Cenasky, Manager.
COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH
Mr. Tibbott Csik Mr. Joseph Pasqualine Mr. Joseph Muiphy
OUR FOOTBALL STARS
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Arlene Williams Margaret Hatalovsky
First row, left to right: Anne Gyenge, Arlene Williams, Hose Mary
Gorsky, Louise Cicero. Second row: Margaret Hatalovsky, Barbara
Mullen, Eileen Farkas. Theresa Csirak, Maryann Borbi.
Left to right: Dean Doyle. Judy Molnar, Karen Englund, Harriet Danley, Joan Pot-
pinka, Dorothy Santoleri, Janice Eckman.
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First row, left Io righl: P. Smith. M. Toma. B. Moore, J. Molnar.
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Borhi, J. Conczi, M. Bordash. P. Ibach. R. Cardis. Third row:
IL Crice, L. Hay, P. Thomas. L. Black, B. Wolfe, Mrs. Harrison,
First row, left to 7'l't2'Ilff Center. C. Jonesg L. Cicero, K. Englund
E. Taylor. L. Chatman, E. Hirvnak. Second row: Mrs. Harrison
Advisor: J. Cardis. T. Csirak, H. Grice, E. Farkas. J. Zerbine
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lVlrs. Harrison, has had a fairly successful
season. The girls worked hard every day after
school to prepare for their games. Most of the
girls were underclassmen and lacked experi-
ence, but they made up for it in enthusiasm.
The girls are anxiously looking forward to
next season when they can better their record
on the hockey field.
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