Franklin Roosevelt High School - Orbit Yearbook (Hyde Park, NY)
- Class of 1951
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Man IS to a great extent 1 product of hls envlronment Thus bemg the case we
are a fortunate group lndeed to have had certun opportunltles avallable III our sur
roundlngs Agalnst 1 btckdrop of 1 colorful local scene we have spent our formatlve
years and certalnly we sh all recogmze rf we do not already the forte of thus IDHUEDCC
We have had the extraordmary beauty of the Hudson Valley before us con
tlnually and 1tS surroundmgs have glven us conslderable appreclatxon of beauty Each
season brmgs 1ts partlcular glory to those who have eyes to see Thls IS especlally true
of the beautiful trees to be found along the r1ver and on several of the estates Rare
and prxceless many of these trees have been brought from all parts of the world to add
to the resplendent be xuty of these S1t6S
Uurs to take prxde ID too 15 the beautlful workmanshlp of the fme estates stone
walls and bu1ld1ngs of those Dutch forefathers who saw the poss1b1l1t1es of thls area
The rare desxgns which characterlze the work of these ancestors IS d1st1ngu1shable 1n
the several modern Heldstone bu1ld1ngs 1n the area The Roosevelt and Vanderbllt
estates are symbols of an early magmficence The Itahan Renaxssance archltecture tall
Cormthlan pxllars and long porches of the Vanderbnlt estate are as pleaslng to the
eye as the surround1ng grounds of these estates
Those who developed Dutchess County and made It thelr permanent resxdente
buxlt an educatlonal 1nst1tut1on 'for us The one room school was a l7Cg1I1Illl'lg only but
lnterest and faxth 1n educatlon brought amazlng results Nearby a world famous
college was establlshed xnd VTFIOUS preparatory and speclal schools dot the area
The famous and famxllar names of Roosevelt and Vanderbllt 1nsp1re us w1th prlde
1n our local area These names have drawn thousands of people to our town and made
thls sectlon of the state world famed
The beauty of our loc ll scene along wlth ltS magmfment examples of early arehx
tecture the concern of 1ts forefathers and 1ts lllUStfl0US names have tomblned to gwe
us advantages and opportunltles unequaled anywhere else
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To express our most slncere thanks for hrs unceasmg efforts to make
our hlgh school days ones never to be forgotten and to show our great
apprecxatlon, the Class of 1951 IS both happy and proud to dechcate th1S
ORBIT to ltS wonderful fr1end and class advlsor, Mr W11l1am R Clauss
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Dear Class of 1951,
Although you are finishing high school at a time when our country
and the whole world are establishing a -garrisonfstate civilization, please do
not feel that all is lost. Our lives will be different, there will be greater
sacrifices, and many people, probably everyone, will be giving greater parts
of their earnings and time for the common good.
However, democracy and the forces of Good in the world will even'
tually triumph, within our lifetime, we can hope. Despite controversy, prob'
lems, mistakes, and tribulations, our America is strong. You in the Class
of 1951, with millions of other Americans, can establish such a force for
Peace that all the world can live in Peace. Let's work for it!
Your Princif pal
To the Class of 1951,
Time marches on. You are about to enter another experience - Com'
mencement, an experience where you will be more on your own, where you
may apply and utilize what you have learned during your journey through
Roosevelt High's horizon ever widens, but her graduates, wherever
they are around the world making history for themselves and their Alma
Mater, never forget the lessons they learned here. Usually they return to
renew old friendships, to wander through the rooms and corridors, to see
And so my wish for each of you is that you will follow in their foot'
steps, achieving success for yourselves and for Roosevelt High School, and
that you will retum to tell us about it.
THE HUDSON VALLEY
majestxc Hudmn to wwurn hurl mms md xushpd for knowl
rdge of themr surroundmgs
Since this area was Scttlcd, men have gazed across the
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President of Board of Educatwn
August E1tz6I'1 VIHIOH W Flchtel
Alan D. Macy Walter O. Strassburger
Edwin A. Juckett Mary C. WO0d
Supervising Principal Assistant Principal
HCHYY Bernazza William Clauss
junior High English An
and Social Studies
R1chard Dowd Hyla Erwood Mad1SOH Farnum Fredenck E. Fmkeldey
Iunior High English Head of Mathematics French and English Head of Industrial Arts
and Social Studies Department Department
Salvatore Forte Hilda Foster Beatrice Fredriksen Josephine Garvey
uniov High Mathematics Physical Education Head of Social Studies Science and Mathematics
and VOCatiO11S Department
Marie Hart Bessie Honeywell Alfred Isaacson
Commence funior High English Industrial Arts
and Social Studies
Sophie Kane Lenore Kennedy Lawrence Lewis Aylmer Musselman
Head of Commerce English Physical Education l11SI'fv-mefltrll Mu-Sic
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Evelyn Raymo Helen Reid Phoebe Rymph Walter Simmons
Librarian School Nurse
and Social Studies
junior High English Head of Science Department
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Penelope Svendsen Orville Todd Frederick Trani
Vocal Music Social Studies Social Studies
Jeanette Traudz jules Viglielmo Jean Walker Henry Werle
Homemalqing Mathematics Head of English Department junior High English
and Social Studies
THE OLD MILL
Stxll stxndmg IS thg old mlll of the elghteenth century one
of the earllest sy mbols of the mdustrlous Splflt of bullders of
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Seated Wllham Bradshaw Standmg james MacBr1en Shlrley
Vaughn james Strom
B111 Bradshaw acquxred h1s posltxon as pres1dent of the Semor Class as a
result of h1s sound personahty and popularxty among the student body
1m Strom s wxllmgness to work for the welfare of the Senlor Class has
,hm MacBr1en s bus1ness hke manner of go1ng about th1ngs has
mamfested 1tself ID the effluent way ID wh1ch he has handled the
Shlrley Vaughn s desxre to help 1n not only class but also
school act1v1t1es demonstrated to us her ab1l1ty to do hard
work As ecretary of our class she has shown her ab1l1ty
further by perform1ng her dutles very competently
Valedlctory Shlrley Vaughn
Salutatory Ann Smlth
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merited him the oflice of vicefpresident.
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Edmund Glen Baker
Although a new comer rom a
school in town
Glen made a hit with us all
Poughkeepsie High School Public
Speaking 1 Model Airplane Club 1
Bachelors Club l Roosevelt High
School Audio Visual Aids 3 4
Harvest Festival 2 3 4 Horseman
ship 2 3 Intramurals 3 Personal
Typing 2 3 Technicians Club 3 4
Phyllis jane Allen Elizabeth Regina
Someday we'll see our Phyl
dressed in whiteg
Her pleasing ways heal pa'
tients on sight.
Bible Club lg Class Dance l, 2, 3, 45
Class Secretary 35 Glee Club 35 Girls'
State 35 Golf 45 Harvest Festival 2,
35 junior Play5 Junior Prom5 Modern
Dance 35 Nursing Club 35 Orbit Stafl5
Senior Play Promptcrg Senior Fare-
well Dance 35 Sophomore Showboat:
National Thesplan Society 4
Betty's aim is a model to beg
Her pleasing smile on a cover
Ossining High School: Basketball 25
Hockey 2: Class Dance 2. Roosevelt
High School: Basketball 35 Class
Dance 3. 45 Driver Training Club 45
Harvest Festival 35 Hockey 35 junior
Promg Modern Dance 3, 45 Orbit
Stall" Softball 3
George li ed to tease the girls
Slap happy fun carefree was
Audio Visual Aids 4 Bachelors Club
l Backstage Club 4 Football 3 Har
vest Festival 3 4 Intramurals
Soccer I Z Technicians Club l 4
Varsity Club Z 3 4
Walter John Biscardi
As a scholar a sportsman
Wales one of the best
As G O President he guided
Ba eballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2
3 4 Class Dancel Z 3 4 Drama
tics Clubl Footballl 2 3 4 Gen
eral Organization 1 President 4
Harvest Festival 2 3 4 Intramurals
I Junior Prom Varsity Club3 4
Josephine Marie Benn
Captain lo has pep galore
lts Cheetos future shes got
Basketball 2 3 4 Campaign Man
ager 3 Varsity Cheerleading 3 Cap
tan 4 Class Dancel 2 3 4 Class
President 2 Dramatics Club 1 G ee
Club l 2 Harvest Festival l
4 Hockey 3 Intramurals 1 2
junior Prom Modern Dance 2
Monitor 1 2 3 Co captain 4 Nur
sing Club 2 3 Senior Play Usher
ccer 2 3 4 cftball 1 2
Davnd Wlllxam Brenner
Non Vocahonal Busxness
DUUC S dCS1Te 18 to IUOT on ll
Where wtth hrs s all he ll do
Agrxculture 4 Basketball 2 Football
Int muralsl 2 3 4 ,luno
Prom 3 Traclr 3
Dorothy Mane Bloomer
In Home Ec class Dot was
To us all a swell classmate
Art Club 2 Dramaucs Club 2 Handn
craft 3 Harvest Festwal 3 4 Make
Up Club 4
ln three years txme Bull gamcd
A-ncl 'made many a friend at
R H S
Poughkeepsie Hlgh School Class Sec
retary l Freshman and Varsxry De
banng l Coll' l Nauonal Forenaxc
League l Spealrmg Bureau 1 Gen
eral Organization l Roosevelt Hugh
School Basketball Asslstant Manager
2 3 Manager 4 Class Treasurer 3
Presndent 4 Drlver 'framing Club 4
Football 3 Golf 2 3 4 Harv t
Festnal 2 3 4 Momtor3 Orbxt
Walter Rrchard Browne
Walter blows very hard on has
We re sure thus wzll eep htm
happy through ltfe
Class Dance l 2 3 Field worlr
Mathematncs 3 Harvest Fesnval
2 3 Sennor Play
Anna Mamie Carter
Annas always the same and
full of frm
Wxth her artzstuc talents thmgs
Art Club l 2 Band 1 Class Dance
Gee Club 1 3 4 Harv
Fesuval I 2 3 ,lunxor Play jumor
Prom Kmttmgl Orbxt Stall' Per
sonal Typxng 3 Sewing Club l
Florence Pauline Brower
Ambmous Paulme rs always
Courteous frrendly and so
Band Concert Usher 2 3 Campaign
Manager 3 Class Dance l 2 3
Class Sunshine Lommxttee 3 4
Driver Trarnrng Club 4 Glee Club Z
3 ,lunxor Play jumor Prom Orbit
Staff Semor Play Sewing Club l 2
Merle Laverna Coy
Kitty s effacrency rs a boss s
A success ul pasmon we now
she ll acquure
Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Varsrty Cheer
leadmg 2 3 4 Class Dancel 2 3
Dramatlcs Club 1 Dnver Traxnmg
Club 4 General Orgamzatron l 2
Harvest Festxvall Z 3 4 Hockey
ln arnurals l 2 3 4 Jun
Play junior Prom Modern Dance 2
3 4 Monrtorl Z 4 Personal Typ
mg 1 Soccer 2 3 Softball 2 3
Phxlxp Leroy Collin
Phxl can argue the cons and
O world events thus jield he
Basketball 1 Class Dance l 2
Fxeld work rn Mathematrcs 3 Har
vest Festwal 1 Z 3 4 Intramurals
l 2 3 4 Momtorl Semor Play
Stephen Leonard Croft
If success rs measured by the
Steve comes first thats a
Agnculture 4 Football 2 3
Nancy Sue Connelly
Tumblmg has made us proud
She s nown for thxs the
Basketball 1 Varsity Cheerleaclmg 2
3 Manager 4 Class Dancel Z 3
Drrver Trammg Club 4 Harvest
Festxvall 2 3 4 H0ckey3 Iunror
Play junior Prom Modern Dance 2
3 4 Personal Typmg 1 Soccer 2
3 Socual Dancmg 1
Elrzabeth Ann Cruger
Drbbre s so pleasant and grand
all the trme
Were proud to say She s a
classmate o mme
Baaetballl 2 3 4 ,l V Ceer
leadmg 2 Varsnty 3 Class Dance l
3 4 Harvest Festnvall 2 3
Hockey 3 jumor Prom Modem
Dncel 2 3 4 Record Club l
Soccer 2 3 Soltballl 2 3
Always dressed neatly and up
As a competent nurse she
surely wrll 'rate
,Iumor Varsxty Cheerleading 2 Var
3 C ss Dance l 2
Dramatrcs Club l Drrver Trammg
Club 4 Harvest Fstlval 2 3 4
Hockey 3 JUIIIOI Prom Modern
Dance2 3 4 Record Clubl Semor
Play Soccer 2 3 Socxal Dancmg 1
Teachers Club 3
Marion Patricia Duncan
Marion will please her boss all
ln typxng and shonhand she s
been very bnght
Christmas Assembly 3 Class Dance
1 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 Secretary 4
Harvest Festival 3 4 Junior Play
Junior Prom Orbit Staff Sewing
Cu l 2
Clarence Edward Decker
When Ed's about, up goes the
Like him, the soccer team
Bachelors Club lg Basketball 1, 4g
Camera Club 2, 33 Christmas Card
Sale Co-Chairman 4g Class Dance 1.
2, 33 Crew 33 Harvest Festival l,
2, 3g Intramurals 1, 2, 3g junior
Promg Magazine Drive Chairman 45
Soccer 3, 4.
Margaret Ann Dickinson
A goodfloolqing nurse will help
to cure illsg
It's sure to be so when cute
Peg gives the pills.
Basketball l, 2, 33 Bible Club lg
Christmas Assembly 41 Class Dance
l, 2, 3g Class Treasurer Z3 Dramatics
Club lg Glee Club 1, Z, 4, Secref
tary 33 Harvest Festival l, Z, 3, 43
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Playg
junior Promg Modern Dance 3, 4g
Monitor 43 National Thespian Society
-lg Nursing Club 33 Senior Farewell
Dance 31 Senior Playg Science Club
-lg Soccer 33 Softball 33 Sophomore
Kenneth Dean Faust
Kenny was a star of our oot
When he got the ball you
heard the cfowd scream
J V Basketball 1 2 Class Dance
2 Football 1 2 3 4 Gene
Organization l Golf Team 2 3 4
Golf Club 4 Harvest Festival 1 Z
3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Photog
raphy 2 Social Dancing 1 Science
Film Club 4 Track 1 Z Varsity
Clu l 2 3 President 4
Margaret Mary Gardner
Sweet and mce was Marge to
Shes wtlltng to help rn tas s
brg 01 small
Bible Club Z Collectors Club 1
Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Harvest Festival
2 3 4 International Club
Nursing Club 3 Senior Play Science
Friedrich Emil Durr
Not only mtelhgent but must
Thats our Fred the boy or
Bachelors Club l Baseball 2 3
Christmas Program 2 4 Class Dance
2 3 Dramancs Club 4 Field work
in Mathematics 3 Football 2 3
General Organization 2 Harvest Festx
val 2 3 4 Intramurals Z Monitor
3 4 Ring C0mmittee3 Senior Play
Science Club 4 Technicians Club 1
Barbara Edna Hahn
Easy going Barbara has what
To become a teacher We hope
Agriculture 4 Glee Club l 2 3
Personal Typing I Sewing Club 1
eachers Clu l J junior
Twirlerl 2 3
Barry Philip Graulich
Though Einstein's theories are
Watch out there, mister, when
Barry comes 'round.
Bachelors Club lg Baseball 25 Class
Dance 2, 33 Christmas Program 43
Dramatics Club 4g Field work in
Mathematics 35 Football 3, 49 Gen-
eral Organization 2g Harvest Festival
3, 43 Intramurals l. 25 Monitor 4g
Senior Play, Science Club 41 Technif
cians Club lf'Varsity Club 4.
Elsie Millie Gronbach
Elsie, that cute and pert little
Has carried great honors to our
Basketball 2, Varsity Cheerleading 45
Class Dance 1, 2, 3, 4g General Or'
ganization 4g Secretary 33 G. O.
Radio Program 3g Glee Club 3, 45
Handicraft lg Harvest Festival J, 45
lnternational Club 3g Junior Playg
Modern Dance 3, 4g Moving-Up Day
Speaker 2, 3, Orbit Stallg Sophomore
Robert Dever Holtzman
I ndustrral Arts
Bob is tall dar and pleasing
always be true
Au io Visual Aids l 2 3 Cl ss
Dance 3 junior Prom Technicians
flub l Track Z
Marilyn Doris Hogle
To Lynn who is planmng to
major in Math
Announcement Committee 4 Christ
mas Assembly I 2 3 Class Dance
I 2 3 Driver Training Club 4
Glee Clubl 2 3 Harvest Festival
2 J Hoclre 4 junior
Monitor 3 Orbit Co Editor, Sewing
Club I Z Soccer 3 Sophomore
Clyde Walter Haines
When asked to work Clyde
will never complain
We trust thus fne quality he
Backstage Club 4 Baseball Z 3 Col
lectors Club I Graphic Art 2 Har
vest Festival 2 3 Intramurals 2
Monitor 4 Senior Play Soccer 2 3
4 Varsity Club 4
T ' b i, 2, Q ' ' g ' 2 1
t g .
"fi We know to his friends he'll We wish success all along the
d' - . , 1 B ' 1 ' - '
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Roy Lowell ohannessen
When it comes to music then
Roy s our choice
With his friendly ways and
Bn I 2 3 4 Dramatics Clubl
Z 3 4 lntramuralsl 2 MusicA
preciation 2 Senior Play Soccer 2
4 Varsity Club 2 3
Rose Helen Ingoglia Vincent jesionek
Non-Vocational Business Shop
Grand Rosie, who is always at
Shall soon be heard saying,
Class Dance 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club
Z, 3, 4g Handicraft lg Harvest Festi-
val l, 2, 3, 41 International Club 1.
Z3 Intramurals l, 23 junior Play:
Knitting lg Personal Typing 2, 3:
Sewing Club lg Social Dancing l. 2.
Appealing to all and always
Vi-nny's jokes may soon win
Basketball 2g Class Dance 2. 3g Foot'
ball 3. 43 Golf 2, 3, 45 Intramurals
l, 23 ,lunior Promg Print Club 3.
Edward Patrick Kearney
When it comes to sports our
choice is Ed
Whose help has kept our
eball l B kttball 1 2
Class Dancel 2 Football 2 3 4
Harvest Festival 2 lntramurals l
Junior Prom 3 Soccer l Soxal
Dancing 1 Varsity Club 3 4
Carol May LaBonte
Little Carol made quite a hit
ln all our classes with acts o
Basketball 3 4 Campaign Manager
3 I V Cheerleading? Varsity 4
Class Dance 1 Z 3 Glee Club l
st estival I 2
Hoc ey3 4 lntramuralsl 2 3
Modern Dance 2 3 4 Personal Typ
ing 2 Sewing Club l Soccer 2 3
Softball l 3
Carol Elizabeth juckett
A cute little teacher Carols
bound to ma e
We hope that her pupils will
give her a bvea
an l s ehall l
Campaign Manager 3 Class Dance
I 2 l Dramatics Clubl Dri er
Training Club 4 Glen: Club I Har
v tFi.stixal l 2 3 Hockey! n
amuralsl 2 3 4 junior
unior Prom Modern Dance 2 Na
tional Thespian Society 4 Orbit
Stall' Personal Typing3 Senior Play
Soccerfl Softballl 2 '4 Teachers
Club 2 Monitor 4
Don so dar and handsome
ls sure to make everyone happy
Crew3 4 Harvest Festivall 2 3
4 Intramurals l 2 Senior ay
Science Film Club 4 Technicians
jean Phyllis LaBonte
jean is the shyest all of the
But where there is sewing, this
girl will shine.
Art Club 33 Bible Club l, Z3 Camera
Club lg Glee Club lg Handicraft l,
Z, 3g Harvest Festival l, Zg Interna-
tional Club lg MakefUp Club 43
Personal Typing 23 Sewing Club l.
23 junior Twirlers l, 2. 3.
Eleanor Martha Le Clair
To lose El from the band will
be quite a shameg
But as a nurse she'll surely
make a fine name.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Dance l, 2, 3g
Dramatics Club l, 3, 43 General Or'
ganization 43 Harvest Festival l, 2,
3, 41 Intramurals l, Z, 3, junior
Playg junior Promg Modern Dance 2g
Monitor 43 National Thespian Society
4g Senior Playg Science Club 4g Sew'
ing Club lg Soccer 2, 35 Softball Z,
3g Social Dancing lg Speech Contest
3: Sophomore Showboat.
Barbara joan Lyon Albert james MacBrien
When an actress we need get
Barbie we say
For her talent extends a long
Basketball 2 1 fampaign Manager
3 Class Dancel ' 3 4 Drama s
3 4 Harvest Festival Z 3 4 n a
m rals 2 3 unior Play junior
Prom Modern Dance 7 4 Nlonitor
4 Nursing Club3 National Thcspian
Society 4 Senior Play Science Club
4 Soccer 3 Softball 2 3
When jim passed the gurls
heads would turn
The tttle best dressed he
aseball I 2 Bas eball Z
s Stare 3 ass Dance l
4 Football 4 General Organization
Z 3 Harvest Festnal 2 3 Monitor
2 3 Co C aptain 4 Technicians
Club l Varsity Club 2 3 4
To the schoolroom Flo will
For she is such a ne loo ing
Basketball 3 Class Dance 2 3 Cl e
Cluh2 3 4 Harvest Festivall 2 3
4 junior Play Modern Dance Z 3
Monitor 2 Record Club l Record
Assembly l Softball Z Sophomore
Shoviboat Teachers Club 2
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Thomas ohn MHIIDUCCI
A grin rom Tom most any day
Was enough to ma e us all
Band 3 Camera Club l Class Dance
Z 3 Harvest Festival3 4 nra
murals I 2 jumor Prom
Laura Joyce Macchiarelli
As a college Frosh or a lady
Laura's the Swanson of the
Green and Gold.
Class Dance 2, 3, -lg Dramattcs Club
2, 3, 41 Glee Club 2, 45 Harvest
Festival 3, 43 ,lunior Playg junior
Promg Senior Play.
When it comes to dancing
then Bill's on fre,
For this the girls did him
Basketball Manager 23 Class Dance
l, 2, 3g Class President lg Football 43
Harvest Festival 3, 4g Intramurals Zg
Orblt Staffg Technicxans Club l.
Richard George Masten
I ndustnal Arts
I a serious dull time you
Call or Dick and your ears
will be wrec ed
Bseballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 4
Class Dance 2 3 Collectors Club I
Harvest Fesuval 1 2 Intramurals
John Erik Mattson
Pleasant and neat john always
The answer to every maiden s
Backstage Clubl B seball l Z 3 4
Bas etballl 2 3 4 Boys State 3
Class Dance 2 3 Harvest Festnval l
2 3 junior Prom Monntor 4 Soc
cer l Techmcxans Club 1
Rudy John Markey, jr
Here s to Rudy the racer who
gives us great thrills
We hope he s a winner with
out any spills
Football! 2 3 4 Harvest Festival
2 3 International Club I 2
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Photography
l Prmtlng Club 1 Semor Play
Tack 1 3
Lona Jean Morey
When Lorxa struts with our
band down the street
We hear the boys say Oh
am t she sweet'
Buble Club l Chrrstmas Assembly
3 Class Dance 1 2 3 Glee Clubl
H rvest Festival l 2
ternatronal Club I Intramurals l Z
3 4 jumor Prom Make Up Club 4
Monitor 4 Nursing Club 3 Semor
Play Science Fxlm Club 4 Sopho
more Showboat junnor Twlrler l 2
3 Semor 4
I rm shall travel ar rom
Its as a Marme hes sure to
lnrramurals 2 'G Model Burldmg,
Eleanor janet McManus
Eleanor s grace ul and ltght on
When at comes to dancmg she
can t be beat
Basketball l .I V Checrleadmg 2
Class Dance 2 Costume Jewelry 3
Dramatxcs Club 1 Harvest Festwal
2 4 lntramurals l jumor Prom
Fred Wdlram Nash
Non Vocational Business
Whether xt s sports or m class
Fred s on the ball
And Oh, what a joker, as you
Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2. , 3
Football Z, 3, -lg Craphxc Art lp ln'
rramuruls I. 2g Soccer lg Traclr 3, ,
Clara Elsre Nordlow
A secretary Clara would lu e
Wxth her trammg we now xt
shall be done.
Bible Club lg Christmas Assembly Kg
Dramatxcs Club l. 2, 33 Glee Club
. 2. Y, 43 Handxcraf .
Donald Alan Mulvxhrll
Through 4H Don has won
For ratsmg prxzc sheep has
been has great arm
Agrnculture 4 Bachelors Club 1
Graphic Art 1 Harvest Festxval I
Int muralsl 2 3 4 r
Cu 1 Traclr2 3 4
Ronald Lesten O Rourke
Rormy rs short there ts no
Margaret Jane O Nell
To hghten your years as tzrne
Pay vtszts to Pegs beauty
Class Dance l 2 Dramatlcs Club 1
Golf 4 Hanclrcraft 2 Harxcst Fcstxval
3 4 Intramural l lnte
tronal Club 1 Modern Dance 3
Sophomore Showboat Semng Club 2
he s a good scout
Class Dancel 2 Footballl 2 3 4
Harvest Festwal l 2 3 lntermurals
1 2 jumor Play Senror Play
une Mane Owen
Patncra Ann O Nell
A shtpmate a seaman or both
Our Navy soon pert Pat wtll
Class Dance l 2 3 Class Secretary
l Collectors Club Vice Prcsrdent I
Costume Jewelry Handicraft Club
Presxdent l Harxest Festival l '4
lnttrnatlonal Club Prtsldcnt 1 umnr
Play Orhlt Stat? Rctord flxb
Senmr Play Senmr Fnumll Dance
3 Scvtmg Club 7 Sophomore Show
Roy Hunton Patton
une s :deals are -mghts m
Her chotce we hope she ll soon
Basketball 4 J V Cheerleading 2
3 Class Dance 2 Harvest Festnval
Iumor Play Modern Dance 2 3 4
Record Club 1 Social Dancmg l
Roy ts quiet and so very blond
He s one of the boys of whom
we re all fond
Art Club 2 Fneld work an Math:
matrcs 3 Football 3 Harvest Festival
l Soccer 1 Socral Dancing I Track
ames Edmund Outwater
ls xt a truth or ts tt a notwn
Basketball 2 3 4 Class Dance 2
3 Harvest Festival 2 3 4 ntra
murals l Model Buxldmg Club 1
Personal Typrng 2
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But when it comes to football, ' , ' ,
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Donald Lloyd Plerce
Don l1 es to travel though 12
won t be ar
In a brand new boat or a grand
Chnstmas Assembly 4 Class Dance
2 Crew 3 4 Dramatmcs Club 4
Harvest Festmval 1 2 3 4 In
muralsl 2 3 Senior Play Scnence
Fnlm Club 4 Techmclans Club 2
En1d Ethel Petersen
Studlous e tcxency ts what
Flap dzd show
We know at college she ll
ma e a brg go
Poughkeepsie Hxgh School Dra
matxcs Club l Z Roosevelt High
School Class Dancel 3 Class Vxce
President 3 Dramatncs Club 3
Hockey 3 Jumor Play jumor Prom
Modern Dance 4 Senior Play Senior
Farewell Dance 3 Soccer 3 Sopbo
Emory John Plunkett
Emorys a hxt wtth gxrls and
m baseball too
Hts true love zs pttchxng a game
Baseball 1 2. 3 4 Football 4, ln
tramurals 1 3, Momtor 4, Punt
Shop 2 Varsity Club 3 4
Walter Carlos Pfetsch
Our class always knew rt could
never all down
Whenever our versatile Walt
Clase Dance I Z 3 4 Class Pres:
dent3 Dramat1csClub1 2 3 H r
vet Festival 1 2 3 4 Junior Play
,lumor Prom Make Up Club 2 3
Monltor 2 Natxonal Thespxan So
cnety 4 Orblt Stall' Record Club I
2 3 Rooseveltlan Show 3 Senxor
Farewell Dance 3 Stage Scenery
Wdllam Sxckler Ray
To dance wzth Bull rs mdeed
He's quxte the 'eye catcher,"
so tall and dark
Backstage Club 3 Band l Class
Dance 2 3 Football 2, 3 Harvest
Festnval l lntramuralsl 2 3
Edward Vincent Plttman
Although Eddre may seem
He gloats when the grrls at has
wavy hatr sigh
Agnculture 4 Aucho Vnsual Ands 4
Techmcxana Club 3
gh' 'fx 1
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Albert Alan Rlchard
Wuth that smile o Als he s
bound for success
He ll wm many fnencls as at
Bachelors Club 1 Band 2 Basketball
Assxstant Manager 1 2 Chemistry
u 3 Class Dance 1 2 3
Harvest Festmval 1 2 3 4 Inrra
m rals 1 2 3 4 jumor Pr m
Model Buxldnng Club 1 Personal
John Frank Regxon
When theres a bro en lamb
o an ammal to mend
We ll call on Dr john the
patzent s best fnend
Agnculture 4 Aud1oV1sual Aids 1
Band l Graphic Art Z 3
Carol Lorram Reves
Non Voratxonal Busmess
Tall blond wrth a pleassng
Thats our Cubby always an
Chrmmas Assembly 2 Class Dance
1 2 3 4 Dramatxcs Clubl Glee
Clubl 2 Harvest Festrval 1 2 3
4 Intramuralsl jumor Play Iumor
Prom Twxrler 2 3 Drum Maporette
4 ,lumor Twrrler Instructor 4
Twrrlers Festival 3 4 Modern
Dance 3 4 Sewmg Club 1 Socnal
Ehzabeth Charlotte Rose
Posse and charm L1z has both
Her thoughts lie beyond the
Class Dance 1 2 Dramatxcs Club 1
Handicraft 1 Harvest Festival
2 4 Intramurals 1 Junnor Play
Make Up Club 3 Modern Dance 4
Personal Typmg 3
Ronny jomed us a whale ago
Hes one whom we are proud
Pawlmg Hugh School Class Dance
3 Football 3 Roosevelt Hugh
School Intramurals 4
Gustav Albert Rxchard
Gus 1s a jo er we now that
But that zs what helped to pull
Agnculture 4 Bachelors Club l
Class Dance 3 Dramatrcs Club l
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Track 3
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R- H. S' our class through.
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Elxzabeth Ann Sherow
Betty s a rfrrl whom we re all
proud to Know
She ll wm success where
she does go
Mxllbroolc Memorral Hxgb School
Class Dance 1 Dramatxcs Club l
Twnrler 1 Roosevelt Hugh School
Agnculture 4 Golf 4
john to our class dzd seem to
Fnendly jomal calm and care
Audlo Vrsual Ards 1 4 Backstage
Club 4 Chess and Checker Club I
ln ramurals 1 2 3 4 Personal
Typxng 3 Prxnt Club 2 Techmcxans
Cu 1 4
Murlel Ann Smith
Dtgmfed Ann wall surely suc
For makzng clothes, she's tn
Announcement Commlttee 4, Chnst
mas Assembly l Z, 3 4 Dramancs
Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, Z, 3, 4.
Harvest Festival l 2, 3 4, Orbxt
Staff, Sophomore Showboat, Saluta
Ivan Gerard Sarda
Though verv o ten Ivan tnecl
Hts talents many he could not
Bachelors Club l fl cw 1 4 D
matxcs Club 4 Football 3 4 Graphnc
Ar 3 Intramuralsl 2 3 Semor
Play Soccer 1 2 Varsxty Club 2
Shirley Mae Staber
Shxrley, who IS plannmg to
make offrce keys fly
Wtll do a jine job as the years
Band I Z Class Dance 1 Dnver
Traxnmg Club 4 Harvest Festxval l
2, 3, 4 Horsemanshlp 2, Iumor
Play Modern Dance3 4 Personal
Typing 4 Sewmg Club l Sopho
Ronald Earl Sxewert
Ronny has made qutte a hit
wzth our crowd
We now he ll be one o whom
the world wzll be proud
Agriculture 4 Audlo Visual Ands l
2 3 4 Backstage 3 4 Class Dance
2 3 Fashxon Shown 2 Graphxc Art
3 Harvest Festwal I 2 3 4 Intra
muralsl 2 Junror Prom Momtor
l Tecbmcxans Club 1 2 3 4
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W1ll1am Stanley Sutka
Though his stud1es may su er
his health never will
As the out of doors calls very
0 ten to Ball
Football 4 Harvest Festival I In
tramurals l Model Building Club 2
Technicians Club 1
Helen Ann Stilwell
Florida's gift from that far'
Shiekie reverses the Marshall
Announcement Committee 4g Basket'
ball 2, 3, 4, Class Dance l. 2, 3g
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Harvest Fes-
tival I, 2.3, 4g Intramurals 2, 3, 49
junior Playg junior Promg Modern
Dance 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball 2, 3g
Robert La Verne Syler
At gures and curves Bob
passed every test
As a draftsman we now he ll
be one ofthe best
Class Dancel 2 3 4 Food Con
cession 3 4 Graphic Art l
Harvest Festival l 2 3 junior
Play Monitor 2 Senior Play
james Edward Strom
As an actor at Roosevelt jim
proved a star.
If he were on Broadway he'd
sure go far.
Bronx High School of Science: Class
Dance lg Model Building Club l:
Science Club 1. Myron I. Michael
Kingston junior High School: Intraf
mural Track 1. Roosevelt High
School: Class Dance 3, 45 Crew 3,
4, Dramatics Club 3, 45 Field work
in Mathematics 35 Football 3g Har'
vest Festival 3g Junior Playg Na-
tional Thespian Society 43 Senior
Playg Sophomore Showboatg Track
25 Varsity Club 4.
Nancy Belle Taylor
To practtce her mustc as Nan s
Wtth her talent we now she ll
reach top height
Band 3 4 Christmas Assembly l
2 3 Class Dnce 2 3 De ate
Club 3 Dramatrcs Club 1 Z 3
Glee Club l 2 Accompanist 3 4
Harvest Fstivall 2 3 4 Jun or
Play Monitor I 2 3 Orbit Staff
Sophomore Showboat State Band
Competition 3 4 Teachers Club 2
Nancy Helen Sutton
Nancy as pleasant and a very
But look out there boys when
thus Wac comes out
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Bible Club l
4 Harves Fesival
Hockey 3 Horsemanship 1 lntra
rals l 2 ccer 1
Social Dancingl Softballl 2 3 4
Lors Joyce Van Buskrrk
Tall and slender wrth a pretty
Lors rs sweet and has much
Basketball 1 2 4 Class Dance l
2 Dramatrcs Club l 2 Harvest
Fe trvall 2 4 Intramurals I 4
Junror Play Make Up Club 3
Flo has done wonders rn the
field of art
For our class she has surely
done her part
A Clubl 2 3 Backstage Club
2 Class Dancel 2 3 4 Glee lub
l Handrcraft 4 Harvest Festrval l
2 3 junior Play Iumor Prom Kmt
tmg 1 4 Landscape Club 2 Modern
Dance 2 Sewmg Club 2 Sketch
Cu l 2
Although Eddy entered our
c ass rather late
Her rtendly ways with the
c ass do rate
Dover Plams Hrgh School Basket
ba l Class Treasurer 1 Christmas
Dance Commrttee 1 lntramurals
Ca tam 1 Softball I Stu ent
Councrl 1 Wapprngers Hrgh School
General Organrzatron 2 Roosevelt
Hrgh School Dramatrcs Club 3
Glee Club 3 4 Junror Play Make
Up Club 4
Shrrley Mae Vaughn
When theres a problem to
solve or a tas to complete
The class turns to Shrrley who
will never retreat
Assembly Commrttee Charrman 4
Basketball 2 3 4 Bus Monrtor 4
Cbrrstmaa Assembly! 2 3 4 Cla
Dancel 2 3 4 Class Secretary 2
4 Dramatrcs Club I 3 General
Organrzatxon 1 2 4 Glee Club l
2 3 Presrdent 4 Harvest Festxval
I 2 3 4 Hockey 3 Intramurals
l 2 3 4 jumor Play junror Prom
Orbrt Co Editor Senror Play Sew
mg Club 2 Soccer 2 3 Sunshme
Commrttee Charrman 2 Valedrctory
Vnrgmra Elame Veach
Non Vocanonal Business
When rt comes to danctng the
Vrrgmxas the champ as all
Poughlreepare Hrgh School Beehrve
l Mixed Choir l 2
matrcs Club Z Musrc Festival l
Socral Dancrng Roosevelt Hugh
School Modern Dance 4
Dave s an exponent of the lr e
that s quret
But he enjoys a good tame he
can t deny lt
Agrrculture 4 Class Dance 1 2 3
Dramatrcs Club l 2 3 General Or
gamzatron I Harvest Festrval l 2
3 Jumor Prom Orbrt Staff Per
sonal Typrng 3 Sensor Play Socral
Wrllnam Albert Wheeler
In an o 1cers um orm Ball
wull look supreme
When he comes mto port how
the garls eyes uxll gleam
u no Visual Ards l 2
Backstage I 2 3 4 Class Dance
'S Dramatlcs Club 3 Drlver Tram
mg Club 4 Graphxc Art 1 Harvest
Festival 2 3 4 jumor Play Make
Up Club 2 3 Model Bulldlng Club
2 Momtor 2 Photography 1 Semor
Play Soccer l
Rrchard August Velth
When he s teased by hxs pals
Dlck blushes a but
But as star o the team he
made quxte a htt
Bachelors Club l 3 Basketball 2
3 4 Class Dance 2 Graphnc Art 2
3 Harvest Festnal 2 3 4 Open
H use 3 Soccer 7. 3 Captain 4
Track 3 Varsity Club 3 4
eromes the type who would
roam a mtle
From any mmdens come
Band Concert Announcer I Cl ss
Dance 2 Dramatxcs Club 3 4 Har
vest Featnval 3 Intramurals 4
Record Club Assembly 2
Dawn Ann Wrnters
Dawn s a pal on whom we
Her help many times to us she
Kmgston Hxglx School Basketball l
Dramatncs Club 1, Glee Club l
,lumor Twnrler 1, Tap Dancmg l
Roosevelt Hugh School Dramatlcs
Club 2, Glee Club 2, 4, Harvest
Festival 2 3 4 Sensor Play, Socral
Beatrnce Mae Wooley
Betty us tall, blond and gay,
We wlsh her success along the
Handncraft 3, 4, Harvest Festzval l,
2 3. Kmttnng l 2 4, Momtor 3
Natnonal Thespxan Socnety 4
Richard Eugene Wrlson
To hear hzs yo es the sxc eel
As another Berle Dzclq could
Bachelors Club l Basketball I 2 3
4 Class Dance l 2 Dramaucs Club
1 Football 2 3 4 Harvest Festlval
2 3 4 Intramurals! ,lumor Play
Soccer l Socral Dancmg 1 Track
3 4 Varsxty Club 3 4
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Oh Roosevelt Hrgh we 11 smg thy pralse
And try to do our part
Your colors green and gold
We ll always cherxsh 1n our hearts
In umson we ve labored hard
And had a lot of fun
We ll g1V6 our thanks to Roosevelt Hlgh
In all the years to come
Harl to thee our Alma Mater
Dear to thee we 11 e er be true
We 11 spread thy fame forever more
And pra1ses smg to you
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Along the Way-A Class History
The infant class of 1951 timid and green as the Emerald Isle reported
at R H S for duty 1n September 1945 Eager these youngsters were but
completely adnft Mammoth halls and numberless doorways yawned be
fore them towerxng upperclassmen and faculty members looked down at
them and xnslsted that they be here there and everywhere all at once What
seemed an answerless puzzle however w1th1n a few weeks became relatlvely
clear to them and they gradually felt more at ease and began to look around
for opportunltles to become a part of the orgamzatxon of the school Mem
bershlp 1n several extra curr1cular clubs was open to them and they flocked
to these groups m order to get the feellng of belong1ng Classes were excrt
xngly dxfferent and perhaps the hlghllght of the year was a soclal studles
Held tr1p to factormes and hlstorlcal spots ln the area
What an ent1rely dlfferent feelxng they experxenced the followmg
September' No longer were they the babxes of Roosevelt Thxs year they
knew the1r way around and the glare of the1r orlgmal green was much less
notlceable The routlne of class work was varled often w1th mterestmg
proyects and trlps relatlng to the subject matter An mspectlon tour of the
county jaxl was a most 6ll:CCt1V6 d1sc1pl1nary measure Who would not
prefer to be on the outslde lookmg m7 Elghth grade Play Day IH the sprlng
showed that the class was hold1ng 1ts own ID athletlc as well as scholastxc
Freshmen at last' Thls year members of the class took a more definite
part 1n the llfe at R H S They were loyal workers ln the band and glee
club and on the J V athlet1c teams On a brlght and cloudless mght that
Aprll the Freshmen presented the1r fnrst dance the hxghly successful Aprll
Showers Dance It was also durlng that sprlng that the class accompl1shed
what was definltely the1r outstandlng feat of the year A group of these
brave l1ttle Freshmen snared Mr Clauss and w1th a m1n1mum of physlcal
vlolence they persuaded h1m to be the advlsor for the class of '51 The class
wlll always remember the day he walked smxlmgly 1nto the1r class meetlng
to assume h1s dutles Smce that txme he has had few reasons to smlle about
Captaln Moore s Showboat Docks Tomght proclalmed the poster
The Sophomore Showboat wrltten and produced by the class of '51 was
one of the blg h1ts of the assembly program of 1949 Dnamond L11 Eleanor
LeCla1rJ was barely folled ID her attempt to vamp Captam Moore Walt
Pfetschl by the dashlng hero fRoy johannessenj The Sophomores d1s
played the1r talents agaxn at the Chrlstmas program at whlch they entertalned
the semor h1gh wlth group s1ng1ng and dancmg 1n the sp1r1t of the season
That sprlng the U S S 51 docked where Captaln Moore s showboat had
stood not long before Everyone who chmbed aboard enjoyed tl'e Sophof
more s b1g U S S '51 sport dance The cllmax of the year s act1v1t1es was
the class p1cn1c held at Barbara Lyon s house That even1ng when the plc
mckers trooped m from the hayfield they offxclally declared themselves a
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The class started their Junior year with a bang by presenting a "Mardi
Gras" sport dance in the South American Mood. The next task was the
annual Harvest Festival. Nearly all the members participated somehow in
the Harvest Festival as salesmen, dancers, musicians, carpenters, technicians,
or business managers. This was the occasion for everyone to do something.
For the next few months selling became the chief enterprise of the class.
These valiant juniors first went out to sell stationery to every literate person
and group in the community Then they tackled the basketball food con
cession under the leadership of Bob Syler It appeared by this time that the
class was well provided for financially yet the problem of keeping the class
treasury fat and handsome was ev r present During the Christmas Season
the class presented their big social event of the season Neither snow nor
slippery road could keep the juniors away from their prom The tuxedoed
Romeos waded through the drifts with their Juliets in their arms In April
the juniors presented the sparkling comedy Miss jimmy a theatrical high
light It was at this event that the school realized what pretty legs Dick
Wilson has That spring politics came to the foreground and the G O
campaigns were carried on with great vigor On Moving Up Day when the
results were announced Walt Biscardi had won the title of G O president
for 1950 5 1 Runner up Bill Bradshaw became the able senior class president
and the other candidates Shirley Vaughn Elsie Gronbach and Eleanor
LeCla1r were automatically G O members That spring the coming of the
lewelry salesman to take orders for class rings reminded them that their
unior year was almost over and they would next be ready to appear as
The first class activity as Seniors was a trip to New York In the big
city the group visited the Museum of Natural History and attended a movie
at Radio City On the excursion through the Museum several seniors were
temporarily lost but they couldn t lose those chaperones For their Senior
sport dance the class presented something new to R H S a sock hop At
this swank affair everyone danced in his socks and a prize was awarded for
the snappiest pair of socks Everyone had a fine time even if their toes did
get a little cold Th next big event of the year was the Senior play The
Thespians of 51 presented Arsenic and Old Lace starring Laura Mac
chiarelli and Barbara Lyon as those two lovable old Brooklyn ladies All in
the play and those backstage had a fine time practicing and working together
Apparently a strict soup di t works wonders with ambitous artists in the
theater Cn October 27 the class observed Career Day which helped them
get their sights aimed on the future Everyone had a profitable day talking
to representatives from various colleges and business firms in the area An
interlude of mid year exams put a temporary damper on social life Later
in the year seniors were guests of honor at the traditional Farewell Dance
given by the class of 1952 Finally those last full packed weeks came with
the Senior prom the Senior Banquet and a little studying for Hnals sand
wiched in when there was time The end of this six year story is told in the
graduation ceremonies which crown the efforts of the class and offer a just
reward for energies and efforts put forth in order that the class of 1951 might
leave behind it a significant story
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Creek Road Poughkeeps1e
West Dorsey Lane Hyde Park
Rrver Road Hyde Park
Bethlehem Place Poughkeeps1e
V1olet Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Cedar Lane Poughkeeps1e
Fuller Avenue Hyde Park
North Grand Avenue Poughkeepsle
Garden Street Hyde Park
Salt Pomt New York
Buckmgham Avenue Poughkeepsxe
Yates Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Cream Street Poughkeepsle
Dorsey Lane Hyde Park
Salt Pomt Road Poughkeeps1e
Greenbush Drlve Poughkeeps1e
M111 Road Hyde Park
Cream Street Poughkeeps1e
V1olet Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Wllmar Terrace Poughkeeps1e
Oakdale Avenue Poughkeepsxe
East Cedar Street Poughkeepsxe
Salt Pomt New York
East Park Road Hyde Park
Parker Avenue Hyde Park
Dorsey Lane Hyde Park
V1olet Avenue Hyde Park
Oakdale Avenue Poughkeeps1e
V1olet Avenue Hyde Park
V1olet Avenue Hyde Park
Salt Pomt Road Poughkeepsle
Salt Pomt New York
Salt Pomt New York
V1olet Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Fa1rv1ew Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Staatsburg New York
V1olet Avenue Poughkeeps1e
FHIFVICW Avenue Poughkeepsle
Fast Cedar Street Poughkeeps1e
North Road Poughkeeps1e
V1olet Avenue Poughkeeps1e
Garden Street Poughkeeps1e
V1olet Avenue Hyde Park
Havlland Road Hyde Park
Graduate of Krlssler s
S L U graduate
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Ronald O Rourke
Lols Van Busklrk
N Quaker Lane Poughkeepsre
W1lmar Terrace Poughkeeps1e
Salt Pomt New York
N uaker Lane Poughkeepsle
Salt Pomt Road Poughkeepsle
Sunset Avenue Poughkeepsle
Hmkley Place Poughkeepsle
Hmkley Place Poughkeepsxe
Horns Park Hyde Park
Inwood Avenue Poughkeepsle
Fa1rv1ew Avenue Poughkeepsle
Salt Po1nt Road Poughkeeps
W1lmar Terrace Poughkeepsle
Oakdale Avenue Poughkeepsle
Pendell Road Poughkeepsle
West Cedar Street Poughkeeps1e
Kelsey Road Poughkeepsle
Rxver Road Hyde Park
Cream Street Poughkeepsle
Woodlawn Avenue Poughkeepsle
Cream Street Poughkeepsle
Salt Po1nt Road Poughkeepsxe
West Cedar Street Poughkeepsle
Creek Road Poughkeepsle
East Market Street Hyde Park
Salt Pomt New York
Parker Avenue Hyde Park
West Market Street Hyde Park
Vxolet Avenue Hyde Park
Beck Place Poughkeepsle
Manslon Dr1ve Hyde Park
Sunset Avenue Poughkeepsle
Colby Terrace Poughkeepsle
East Market Street Hyde Park
Yates Avenue Poughkeepsle
uaker Lane Salt Pomt
W1lmar Terrace Poughkeepsle
Salt Pomt Road Poughkeepsle
Vlolet Avenue Poughkeepsle
Dutchess H111 Poughkeepsle
West Dorsey Lane Poughkeeps1e
Vlolet Avenue Poughkeepsle
Kohl Avenue Poughkeepsle
Kohl Avenue Poughkeepsle
Post Road Hyde Park
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Last Wlll and Testament
We the notonously esteemed and
honored class of 1951 fe1gn1ng to be of
perfectly sane m1nd and body do here
by procla1m thls document as our last
w1ll and testament
To the class of 52 we gladly leave our
debt and debtors the standmg room
only room of 210 and a bottle of
elderberry w1ne left over from our
To MISS Fredrlksen Mr Clauss our
tlred and worn class advlsor leaves the
ha1r we have caused hxm to lose w1th1n
the last four years Perhaps she can
have It woven mto a scatter rug for
To Joan Decker Carol Iuckett leaves
her book on how to glve a good New
Year s party
To Joyce Hogle B1ll Wheeler leaves h1s
well equlpped make up k1t for use on
future actors and actresses of R H S
To Bunky Veach Walt Blscardl leaves
h1s basketball prowess
To the next lucky Sen1or Class Pres1
dent B111 Bradshaw leaves h1s well
used gavel and cat ofnlne taxls
To anyone who would enjoy an e1ght
year h1gh school course Dave Bren
ner leaves h1s ab1l1ty to get along wlth
To Bob Durbeck Barry Graul1ch leaves
h1s post 1n front of the lab and h1s gas
mask for the hydrogen sulfide attacks
To a future member of Mr Forte s Golf
Club Ken Faust leaves h1s old golf
clubs and a bag of sand he collected
from varlous courses
To Thelma Budd Dlck Velth leaves h1s
rosy cheeked blush
To whoever can fill them fwxth feet that
1s'Q Davld Vandewater leaves h1s SIZE
To Ed Beck George Berryann leaves h1S
11st of Wltty saylngs
To Allen Polhemus Glen Baker leaves
h1s Santa Claus physlque
To Vaughan Lewrs B111 Sutka leaves the
love he bears for learnmg
To Dxck Whntney B111 Ray leaves the
many hours of sleep he enjoyed dur1ng
all h1s years at R H S
To 11m BerryAnn Emory Plunkett
leaves h1s worn out baseball mxtt and
h1s superb techmque for sl1d1ng 1nto
To Gordon Mateer Clyde Hames leaves
h1s old tm hzzy to buzz around 1n
To Harold McCornac Bob Holtzman
leaves h1s curlmg 1ron to use
To Bob Gross Walt Pfetsch leaves h1s
one br1stled pa1nt brush and a stack
of battered play books
To john Rxchard Ronn1e C Rourke
leaves h1s specxal elevator shoes so he
w1ll not have to look up to everybody
To Carol Hey jo Bem leaves her never
endmg vxm and v1gor as a cheerleader
To Mary Cutler Phyllls Allen leaves
her decelvmgly bashful approach
To Betty Van Wagner Dorothy Bloom
er leaves her dress maker s dummy
measunng tape and extra supply of
To Janlce Page Anna Carter leaves her
jolly smxle knack of jokmg and her
To the next acrobatlc team on cheerlng
Nancy Connelly and Merle Coy
leave thelr achmg muscles creaklng
bones and a tube of lmlment
To jean McManus Lucllle Cr1tell1
leaves her 365 funny sayxngs one for
each day ln the year
To Fran Bnnkama D1bb1e Cruger leaves
her tlme out between classes to get a
blte to eat
To Shlrley Power Marlon Duncan
To a future home ec student Margaret
Gardner leaves her tattered cooklng
To someone who cooks for the Sen1or
Thesplans Elsxe Gronbach leaves her
reclpe for tomato soup and hot cheese
To Ed Cote Barbara Hahn leaves her
To Whoever won t mlnd havlng lt
Marilyn Hogle leaves her place as the
only gxrl 1n Physlcs class
To some hot rodder Nancy Sutton
and Rosy Ingogl1a leave thexr jalopy
To the school nurse Eleanor LeCla1r
leaves her trunk of prescrxptlons and
remed1es and a l1fe msurance pollcy
for those darlng enough to try them
To Margaret Gronbach Barbara Lyon
leaves her trunk full of costumes to
use for the Sen1or Play
To Peter Rlchard Laura Macchlarellx
leaves the place for h1s name ID hghts
over the stage door
To Peter Veach Eleanor McManus
leaves an album of swmg records
To Karln Mattson Vlncent Iesxonek
leaves h1s bag of jewelry from h1s
fathers store to wear ID her Sen1or
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To Betty Kardas Cubby Reves and
Lona Morey leave thelr extra bottle
of whlte shoe cream for her tw1rlers
To a lucky 1ncom1ng Sen1or Clara
Nordlow leaves her place IH 210
To B111 B1rdsall Roy Patton leaves h1s
m1n1ature fleet and w1lc. dreams of ad
To B111 Breed Don P1erce leaves h s mad
escapades 1n h1s motor boat on the
To B111 Luckheld Al R1chard leaves h1s
place 1n M1ss Fredr1ksen s esteem
To 11m HCDIOD Gus Rlchard leaves h1s
To Pat Cassetta Ron Rothkranz leaves
h1s out of thlS world pa1r of spec
To oe Bogart john Sala leaves hlS
ab1l1ty to get to homeroom ln the
n1ck of t1me
To B1g john Manfreda Ivan Sarda
leaves h1s extra large football helmet
To Per Thyrum 11m Strom leaves h1s
m1n1ature atom smasher and h1s place
as Mr S1mmons asslstant
To Bob Terw1llegar Bob Syler leaves
To Paul Mlller Ron S1ewert leaves h1s
keys to the projectlon room so he can
have a prlvate lunch room
To a future baseball player for R H S
1m MacBr1en leaves h1s baseball un1
form wh1ch he used well
To the next Manfreda who plays foot
ball B111 leaves h1s number 97 ersey
To D1ck Allan Tom Mar1nucc1 leaves
h1s style of wear1ng turned up collars
To Bruce Bevan Rudy Markey leaves
h1s ab1l1ty to get to work on t1me after
To the future mhabltants of 210 D1ck
Masten leaves the thmg so they w1ll
have someth1ng to worry about
To anyone who can stand the rush1ng
crowds john Mattson leaves h1s
mon1tor place 1n front of the gxrls
To Bob Cerrone Fred Nash leaves h1s
Tom Home Permanent Set
To the next d1rector of the Sen1or Play
Fl1p Petersen leaves the art of dlrect
To Marlene Qverheld Pat O Ne1l leaves
her 120 worda m1nute certlficate 1n
To Elsxe Langefoss Peggy O Ne1l leaves
her adoratron for Mr Todd
To Janet Dxngae Florence Lynch leaves
her speclal place ln Mrs Erwood s
To Helen F1ller Betty Anderson leaves
her d1gn1fied manner and way
To Mary Lou Zwecker Fred Durr
leaves h1s chemlstry experlments to
use next year
To Ilene Wllbur Jean LaBonte leaves
her qulet and reserved personallty
To Betty Patton Carol LaBonte leaves
her cheermg techmque
To another chemlstry student Peggy
D1ck1nson leaves her embarrassmg
s1tuat1ons experlenced there
To john MacNamara Ed P1ttman
leaves an old deck of cards to use ln
home room perlod
To a future helper of MISS Wood June
Owen leaves her nxmble fingers on the
To Sandy Br1gnole Ehzabeth Rose
leaves her love for Macbeth
To the next well tralned gear sh1fter
Betty Sherow leaves her place behmd
the wheel of the DFIVCFS Tralnmg
To the Soclal Studles classroom Helen
Stllwell leaves her confederate banner
and photo of Robert E Lee
To Betty MacFarlane Nancy Taylor
leaves her 1nterest 1n 4 H work
To Betty Moore Florence Terwlllegar
leaves her smock and paxnt brush
To Mar1e MacCarty Edwlna Thomp
son leaves a b1t of her shyness
To one of the good look1ng jumor glrls
Lo1s Van Busk1rk leaves her specxal
place on the Sen1or notable page
To a hardworklng Iunlor Shrrley
Vaughn leaves her wearxsome jobs as
ccredltor of the Orb1t
To L1ll1an Staub Dawn Wxnters leaves
her g1ft of gab
To the Class of S 2 Beatr1ce Wooley
leaves her ab1l1ty to sell Chrlstmas
To D1ck Dolan M1ckey Browne leaves
h1s extra razor blades to avo1d 5
o clock shadow
To Dutch Cruger Ph1l Collin leaves h1s
Captaln V1deo su1t
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h1s endless supply of gum
To Monty Kaehler Roy johannessen
leaves h1s jazzy style of muslc
To Frank GUCICIO Ed Kearney leaves
some of h1S masslve brawn
To Gordon Beatty Steve Don juan
Croft leaves h1s techn1que of gett1ng
along w1th 8th grade g1rls
To Jamce Mahoney Ann Smxth leaves
her sophxstlcated d1spos1t1on
'To Wxll Duntz Jerome V1ll1ger leaves
h1s fear of glrls
To Don Hexdel john Reglon leaves h1s
love for anlmals
To Arlene Dayton Shxrley Staber leaves
a l1ttle of her zest and happlness
To Allen Boucher V1rg1n1a Veach
leaves her dancmg shoes and routmes
To 1m Cruger Don Lozler leaves h1S
book of antlcs
To a future shepherd Don Mulv1h1ll
leaves h1s love for sheep
Pr1sc1lla Alden john Sm1th
Mlles Standlsh P1lgr1m Fathers
As the tlme approaches for the Senlor Class of 1951 to leave F D Roosevelt
Hlgh School we fully reallze all that the faculty has done for us Therefore 1n de
partlng we should l1ke to show our appreclatxon ID the form of a few small g1fts to
each and every member of the faculty
To Mr juckett we leave a well deserved
place ln the Hall of Fame
To M1ss Wood we leave a gold plated
whlstle and a strong nylon net t
catch the students who play hookey
To Mr Bernazza we leave the newest
methods of domg Math Semor Class
To Mr Clauss we leave a year s vaca
t1on to rest up from the experxences
he had from 1947 1951 and an oar to
use on the next class he advlses
To Mr Dowd we leave a top notch I
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To Mrs Erwood we leave a su1t of
armor to be used when passmg the
To Mr Farnum we leave another Ed
Kearney to spark up the next foot
To Mrs Foster we leave a long lastlng
supply of asp1r1n to take durmg Har
vest Fest1val Week
To M1ss Fredrxksen we leave a strong
rope to keep the Class of 1952 to
gether ID 210 next year
To Mrs Garvey we leave a warehouse
full of beakers and bunsen burners
To M1ss Hart we leave the pleasant
memorles of her 1950 51 Secretarlal
To Mrs Honeywell we leave a green
house full of beaut1ful flowers to re
member us by
To Mr Isaacson we leave a ruler to
measure all those narrow escapes he
mlght have whlle teachmg RHS
students how to dr1ve
To Mrs Kane we leave a field of four
leaf clovers so that she may always
have good luck
To Mrs Kennedy we leave a palr of
roller skates to help her get around
To Mr Lew1s we leave some dynamlte
so that he may always have a power
ful basketball team
To Mr Musselman we leave some
County s number one band has to
Jom the un1on
To Mrs Raymo we leave an automatlc
machlne for checklng out books
To Mrs Reld we leave some smelllng
salts just IH case a year goes by w1th
out anyone s play1ng hookey
To Mrs Rymph we leave some feed for
her pet so that she w1ll always have
somethlng to crow about
To Mr Slmmons we leave a smell proof
shatter proof laboratory
To Mrs Svendsen we leave a chorus of
softball players so they w1ll always
be 1n p1tch
To Mr Todd we leave some corn to go
w1th h1s funny jokes
To Mr Tram we leave a place 1n the
museum for h1s old Stanley
To Mrs Traudt we leave an honorary
membershlp 1n the Bachelors Club
To Mr Vlgllelmo we leave a slren so
people w1ll always know when hes
To MISS Walker we leave a free pass to
all Broadway shows and a txcket to
England so she may brush up on her
To Mr Werle we leave the h1story of
our class so he can teach xt to h1s
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The Coat of Arms
Franklm Delano Roosevelt Hrgh School
The students of Roosex elt Hxgh
School should be famrllar wrth the above
coat of arms The deslgns on th1s emblem have
very dennlte slgnlficance whlch are explamed below
Phys1ca1 1ct1v1t1es through the symbols of the v1ctory torch and the
Frxendshlp and soc1ab1l1ty through the symbol of the clasped hands
Extra currlcular actlvltxes through the symbol of the mask
1. Learning through the symbol of the lamp of learning.
TClCV1S1OH IS the rage of the moment Many of us have become slaves to th1s
dev1ce fasclnated by nts poss1b1l1tes Few there are however who know of the
ultra modern set ava1lable to the Orblt Staff members The unlque feature of th1s
1nvent1on IS that It plctures not only current events but shows the future scene as
well For example the other n1ght a few of us v1ewed a fasc1nat1ng program 1n
wh1ch the members of the class of 1951 told us what they are do1ng 1n 1961 See
what we mean? Anyway let us report what we saw and heard
Don Lozzer IS tak1ng h1s motorboat trlp
Tom Marmuccr s School for Muscles IS
David Vandewater IS takmg Tom s
course for muscles
Edwma Thompson IS ClCS1gl'1lDg elevator
Paulme Brower and Peg O Nell are ha1r
styhsts at Helena Rubmsteln s
Eleanor LeCla1r IS head nurse of the op
eratmg rooms 1n St Francls Hospltal
ohn Regron has mcreased h1s vet hos
Ed Decker has dlscovered a new bleach
Ron O Rour e IS advertlsmg for eleva
Carol LaBonte has had a nervous break
down because the Yankees are ahead
of the Dodgers
Emory Plan et IS p1tch1ng for the
Expert Barbara Lyon guarantees to
change the color of your eyes to a
frm MacBrren IS manager of the Craw
ford Clothmg Store
Don Mulvrhrll s sheep have just won the
World s Champ1onsh1p award
Barry Graulrch and Frreddre Durr are
st1ll tellmg the1r comy jokes
Ronnre Rothkranz and Lucille Crrtellr
are st1ll known for thelr sharp clothes
Drbbre Cruger can be seen runnmg back
and forth on the wards of Vassar
Hosp1tal g1v1ng 1nject1ons
Marion Duncan IS secretary for I I
ohn Sala st1ll stands on the street cor
ners tellmg h1s well known tall storles
Ed Kearney and Fred Nash are star foot
ball players for Notre Dame
Ken Faust IS st1ll hunt1ng for a golf
ball that IS
1m Outwater IS refereelng for the bxg
Roosevelt and Arlmgton game
Ball Bradshaw IS runnmg Brad s Tavern
If you want an electr1c1an call Gus or
Al Rrchard and they ll see that your
hghts never go on
Emd Petersen IS makmg her debut 1n the
Phzl Coffrn IS the new owner of the Bull
Market of Smlth Street
ean LaBonte has been noted the most
talkatxve of the Shy Club
Dave Brenner has the largest hog farm
m the world
Mrcky Browne has just slgned a con
tract to bulld the new grade school
Ronnze Srewert and Bull Wheeler are
head camera men for Pxc cl1c PIC
Rose Ingoglra IS presldent of the tele
phone company and Shzrley Staber IS
Elsre Gronbach 1S st1ll tourmg Europe
Glen Baker Still turns red when someone
speaks to h1m
Bzll Manfreda IS a General 1n the 15 6th
Fleld Art11lery Battahon
Pat O Neal IS now preparmg her meals
1n her new G E kltchen
Helen Strlwell hasn t m1ssed a day at the
Glens Falls Insurance Company 1n ten
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Margaret Gardner IS the head of the
largest nursery school 1n New York
Lona Morey w1ll always be the favor1te
nurse at the Hudson R1ver State Hos
Betty Sherow 1S teach1ng Dr1ver s Tram
1ng at Roosevelt H1gh
une Owen IS play1ng basketball for the
Dawn Wrnters has collected so many
clothes that Europe won t need any
more for at least five years
Btll Sutka IS an Adm1ral 1n the U S
Clyde Harnes was just appo1nted chef
1n the ma1n k1tchen of St Franc1s
Steve Cro t has reached the moon and
IS now reach1ng for the stars
Nancy Sutton has just wr1tten the book
How to Become the Most Athletlc
Robert Syler IS now a jan1tor 1n the
Brll Ray IS teach1ng danc1ng 1n Fred
ASCHITC s Stud1o
Beatrzce Wooley IS top salesg1rl for
Good Housekeep1ng Magazme
George Berryann 1S rebend1ng the fend
ers of h1s father s car
ohn Mattson and Walt Btscardr have
starrmg roles 1n a Metro Goldwyn
Carol Iuckett and Marzlyn Hogle are
teach1ng at Yale UH1VCfS1tY
Don Prerce Ivan Sarda and nn Strom
are row1ng for Washxngton State
Shzrley Vaughn IS always ready to help
anyone who needs her ass1stance
Clara Nordlow s typewrxter IS cl1ck1ng
away rap1dly for an Esklmo 1n Alaska
Walt Pfetsch IS pa1nt1ng portra1ts of the
Drc Masten and Dlck Vetth are play
1ng basketball for Vassar College
Roy Patton can stxll be seen day dream
1ng about pretty g1rls
Roy Iohannessen s Band IS compet1ng
aga1nst Paul Wluteman s
Rudy Markey IS raclng at the Rhme
Eleanor McManus and Vtrgmta Veach
are teachlng danc1ng at Leto s
o Benz 1S s1ng1ng at the Stork Club
Carol Reves IS majorette of the All
Amerlcan Boy Twlrlers
Vrnnte eslone and Rtchte Wzlson have
taken over Uncle Mxlty s Show
Peggy Dtcktnson IS smgmg regularly at
the Carneg1e MUSIC Hall
Laura Macchrarelh has changed her
name to Laura Swanson
Nancy Connelly 1S performmg her trlcks
for the ueen of England
Merle Coy IS secretary for Pres1dent
Betty Anderson 1S head of the Powers
Ann Srmth IS employed at Betty s
Phyllrs Allen IS a model for lpana tooth
Dot Bloomer IS sewlng for Paramount
Nancy Taylor IS now a 4 H Agent
Anna Carter s and Florence Terwrl
legar s pa1nt1ngs can be seen at the
Metropolltan Museum of Art
Lots Van Bus rr 1S MISS Amerlca of
Florence Lynch IS a busy l1ttle house
Barbara Hahn IS teaclung at the Hyde
Park Elementary School
erome Vrllzger IS jugglmg for Barnum
and Ba1ley C1rcus
Ed Prttman has just pubhshed the book
How to Be the Shyest Man
Elrzabeth Rose has just become head of
the state Homemakmg Bureau
Bob Holtzrnan has Hnally grown a beard
zmmy McDonald has finally Hmshed
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The present schools represent tangible educational progress
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Class of 1951
President ..... .... W ILLIAM BRADSHAW
VicefPresidem .... ........ J AMES STROM
Secretary .... .... S HIRLEY VAUGHN
Treasurer .... JAMES MacBRIEN
Class of 1952
President ...... .... I AMES BERRYANN
Vice'P1esident .... ..... R OBERT GROSS
Secretary .... ..... P ATRICIA ERTS
Treasurer . . ..... ELSIE LANGEFOSS
Class of 1953
President ...... ...... E LISSA CERULLI
VicefP1esident ..... .... S USAN MONTAGUE
Sec'reta'ryfT'reasu1'e'r . . . ..... ROBERT BECKER
Class of 1954
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VicefPresidenr . . . . . .JQHN VGRIS
Secretary .... ..... K AREN JAMES
Treasurer . . . . . CHARLES SEAMAN
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President 8f1 .......... PATRICIA WALSH
President 8f2 . . . ..... ELIZABETH FOERSCHLER
President 8f3 .... ..... E LIZABETH MULVIHILL
President 8f4 . . . ..... KAY VAN NQSDALL
. . . .... ROBERT BRADSHAW
MARY JANE GODFREY
THE ROOSEVELT MANSION
Many act1v1t1cs of log 11 mtwnal md 1I1Ik,FI1'lUOIll1 mtercbt
have txken pla C wt thu h1 torn Roosuelt Mmsmn ow rlook
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Fxrst Row Robert Durbeck Shlrley Vaughn Barbara Toombs Elsxe Gronbach acquehne Andros Dorothy Nilsson Joyce Fowler
Shxrley Power Walter Blscardn Second Row Donald Prmce Douglas Davls onald Montague Susan Montague Mr Iuckett
Eleanor LeCla1r Patnck Mannmg Ronald Sunderland john Van Busklrk Not present when thls pxcture was taken Pasquale
President Walter Bxscardl
Vrce Preszdent Pasquale Cassetta
Secretary Sh1rley Power
Treasurer Susan Montague
The Student Councll represents the governlng body of our school
Definlte areas are supervlsed by the Student Councll w1th only guldance
and advxce from the faculty The weekly assembhes corridor conduct and
traffic honor lunchrooms and letter award system are examples of act1v1
tles controlled by the councxl Thxs type of orgamzatlon prov1des students
w1th an opportunlty to learn democracy by actual part1c1pat1on
Mr Juckett SUPCFVISES all meetmgs whlch are conducted by Walter
Blscardl Pres1dent Durlng 1950 '51 the Student Councll SUp6I'VlSCd stu
dent electlons, sponsored and supervlsed an honor lunchroom for sen1or
hlgh students, gave thelr servxces to the Hyde Park Elementary PTA for
the Hallowe en parade planned and sponsored the school Chnstmas prog
ects provxded weekly assemblxes, appomted bus mon1tors, and sponsored a
Frrst Row Shxrley Vaughn Elsle Gronbach Patncla ONe1l Marlon Duncan Paulme Brower Second Row Miss Walker
Carol Iuckett Manlyn Hogle Ann Smith Elizabeth Anderson Nancy Taylor Phyllxs Allen Anna Carter Third Row Wllll8m
Bradshaw W1ll1am Manfreda Davld Vandewater Walter Pfetsch Ivan Sarda James Strom
Manlyn Hogle Shlrley Vaughn Walter Pfetsch Anna Carter
Phylhs Allen Elizabeth Anderson Tvlmfs
Davxd Vandewater Nancy Taylor Ann Smith Pamela O Nell
Elsle Gronbach Marlon Duncan
Carol Juckfff Wllham Bradshaw W1ll1am Manfreda
Ivan Sarda James Strom Paulme Brower
The pubhcatlon of the 1951 Urblt IS the most complex smgle job that
any of the staff members have ever tackled The planmng and orgamza
txon under the guldance of Mxss Walker and Mr Clauss started as soon
as classes convened ID the fall of 1950 Every month every week lndeed
nearly every day presented another job requlred for the completlon of the
grand project Art work club and sport wrlte ups pxctures questlons of
format mechamcal detalls meetlng deadlmes sales promotlon budget
worrles these are some of the lmportant problems that were met and
solved by the Orblt Staff
The Class of 1951 IS proud to pubhsh the Hrst Orblt of the second
decade of R H S history.
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Fi1stRow: Eleanor LeClair, Frederic Luckheld, Roger Czech, William Eckerline, Karen james, Paul Draiss, Thomas Athanas
Francois Weigel, Carol Frank, Matthew Lawlor, Gwenn Lester, Charles Pardee. Second Row: Mr. Musselman, William Birdsall,
Gordon Beatty, Richard Durbeck, William Luckfield, Edwin Beck, George Beckman, Harold Veeder, William Coffin, Duncan
Kimball, Wilbert Finley, Anthony Pittman, Ronald Lester. Thwd Row: Roy johannessen, Harold McCornac, Bruce Bevan, George
Decker, Allen Polhemus, Edwin Finley, Harold Mangold, Bruce Kimball, Roberta Hogle, Donald Whiten. Absent when this pic'
ture was taken: Earl DeGroodt, Mary Elizabeth Darlington, Drum Majorette Carol Reves.
President ......... . . .Roy Johannessen
SCCTCfdTy'TTCG5UTCT . . . . .Eleanor LeClair
The Senior Band, directed by Mr. Musselman, is the most talented and
active group in the school. In this organization the members have the op'
portunity to work together with more than satisfactory results. It is dennitely
the backbone of the R.H.S. extrafcurricular program.
During the fall the band played at the football games, both home and
away, in the winter the basketball games kept them busy, and throughout
the year they were called on for assembly programs regularly. They furnished
the music for the Harvest Festival, Majorette Festival and All State Festivals.
The major project of the year was the Spring Concert, at which the band
presented all kinds of numbers from classics to popular music. During the
summer, as is the custom, the band participated in parades and other com'
munity events. We are justly proud of this school service group.
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First Row: Arlene Dayton, Linda Fridstrom, Clara Nordlow, Pauline Athanas, Susan Metrando, Doris Atkins, Bdwina Thompson,
Marlene Overfield, Norma Berry, Beth Schuster, Joan Staber, Barbara Vogt, Mary Lou Zwecker, Laura Macchiarelli, Margaret
Gardner, Marion Duncan, Beverly Mulvihill. Second Row: Virginia Larson, Dorothy Nilsson, Joan Decker, Catherine Castle, Ellen
Purdie, Joan Quinn, Shirley Vaughn, Denise Barrett, Carol Hey, Marjorie Bradley, Joyce Hogle, Thelma Budd, Jerrie Landes,
Gertrude Hardings, Dorothy Near, Helen Stilwell, Florence Lynch, Mrs. Svendsen. 'Third Row: Anna Carter, Margaret Dickinson,
Ann Smith, Janice Mahoney, Charlotte Fillmore, Mary Anderson, Joyce Drane, Elizabeth Golden, Dawn Winters, Ann Downes,
Sstaicia Wager, Sue Todd, Doris Eitzen, Janet Crapser, Mary Ann Packer, Barbara Lyon, Nancy Taylor, Rose Ingoglia, Janice
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President . . . . . Shirley Vaughn
Secretary . . . . .Marion Duncan
Treasurer . . . . . .Anna Carter
The Roosevelt Glee Club, directed by Mrs. Penelope Svendsen, is composed of
about sixty high school girls whose chief interest is singing. The purpose of this group
is to give all these girls an opportunity to sing in a group.
The special achievements of the Glee Club during the year a.re numerous. Some
of these activities are singing in the Harvest Festival, and the Christmas Assembly, and
the Dutchess County Music Festival. Instead of giving their usual Spring
Concert, this year, the unit presented the Gilbert and Sullivan favorite,
An innovation in this year's musical program was the formation of
a boys' glee club. About twentyfhve boys are already members, and the
hope is that membership will increase year by year. At their few appear'
ances this year the boys were warmly received.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First Row: Edward Koziol, Richard Nero, Ronald
O'Rourke, Mrs. Svendsen. Second Row-' Allen
Boucher, Horace Arndt, Richard Allan, John Richard. -
Third Row: Roy Johannessen, Walter Pfetsch, Jerome
Villiger, Walter Henion.
Cn March 31 1950 the Class of
1951 presented a three act farce Miss
Irrnrny After much hard work and
hours of rehears1ng one of the best plays
ever presented was produced
The pl1ght of Irmmy stranded ID a
g1r1s dormltory offered the aud1ence a
full evenxng of h1lar1ty
The cast mcluded
Lourse Phyll1s Allen
Florence her 'roommate Barbara Lyon
Catherme a Jumor ElS16 Gronbach
Dorrs a freshman Laura Macchlarelll
Harrzet a sernor Nancy Taylor
Mrss Watklns dean o the school
rmmy a stray yumor R1chard Wllson
Pro essor Frazzer an mstructor
These commxttees served 1n the pro
Propertres Davrd Vandewater
Advertrsmg Florence Terw1l1egar
Tzckets C a r ol juckett Ronald
O Rourke Clara Nord
low Patr1c1a C Ne1l
Prompters Marllyn Hogle Margaret
Dlckmson Carol Juckett
Stagmg Emd Petersen
Ushers I u n e Owen Margaret
ONe1l Merle Coy
Nancy Connelly Paulme
Brower Manon Duncan
Shlrley Vaughn LOIS Van
Buskxrk Ellzabeth Rose
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sented by the Senior Class on October
27 and 28, 1950. The mixture of humor
and mystery was exceptionally well
handled by the cast. Broadway might
well be proud of this version of its sucf
cessful longfrun play.
Special mention was made at the time
of the very fine stage set which pref
sented to perfection the late Victorian,
genteel, gloomy atmosphere of the
Playing the roles were:
Abby Brewster .... Laura Macchiarelli
The Rev. Dr. Harper
Teddy Brewster Roy Iohannessen
O tcer Brophy Friedrich Durr
O zcer Klem Walter Browne
Martha Brewster Barbara Lyon
Elaine Har er Margaret Dickinson
Officer O Hara
Others aiding in
Stage Manager William Wheeler
Make Up Ed Cote Joyce Hogle
Stage Set Robert Syler
Prompters Phyllis Allen
Ushers Margaret Gardner Elsie
Gronbach Lucille Critelli
Josephine Beni Dawn Winters
D1rector jules Viglielmo
Arsenic and Old Lace
'libel Roosevelt R-ecord
Fwst Row Elrzabeth Patton Vlfglnla Caccrapagha Dolores Davxs Marlene Overneld Beverly
Wxser Joyce Hogle Els1e Langefoss Second Row Mr uckett LOIS Gregson Margaret Gronbach
Arlene Dayton Mane McCarty Karln Mattson Evelyn Rohan Rose 0 Dell Della Bannatyne
Patrrcxa Erts john Fetter 'Thwd Row Helen De1tz Dav1d Sm1th Marvm Ingles Robert Becker
Robert Durbeck Edward Bockee Bruce Erts W1ll1am Purcell Lena Mae Tully
N at1onal FOYCHSIC League
Edltov m Clue
Speczal Features Ednor
To th1S group of students Tues
day and Thursday mean hard work
but enloyable work
The Roosevelt Record Staff pub
llshes a weekly newspaper vthrch
mcludes current school news a
regular sports page 1nqu1r1ng re
porter fash1on columns and the
round up The a1m of the club
members IS to wr1te a paper wh1ch
w1ll be read and enjoyed by all stu
dents of RHS
Every 1ssue of the Record IS a
speclal ach1evement ASS1gHmCHCS
are g1ven on Thursday Tuesday IS
a work per1od and Wednesday 1S
the deadlrne for ass1gnments W1th
Mr uckett as sponsor the Roose
velt Record 1S a newspaper wh1ch
IS a credlt to the school
Hours are spent by these Na
t1onal FOICHSIC League members
ln preparmg and learmng the1r
speeches Th1s organ1zat1on teaches
these g1rls and boys to be leaders
by developmg the1r 1nd1v1dual pO1S6
and ab1l1t1es through tra1n1ng 1n
speech hab1ts MISS Frednksen 1S
the1r capable coach
Dur1ng the school year they took
part 1n many contests Susan
Montague was the w1nner from
our school IH the I Speak For
Democracy contest sponsored by
the Poughkeeps1e Jumor Chamber
of Commerce The g1rls and boys
took part 1n the Amer1can Leg1on
Oratorrcal contest the w1nner
from our school was Allen Boucher
They also part1c1pated 1n Rad1o
Forums over WKIP sponsored by
the Jumor Chamber of Commerce
Fwst Row Arlme Stokes Mary Darlmgton Dorls Innocentx Iacquehne Andros Beverly Hatfield
Second Row Gretchen Vin Vllet W1ll1am Purcell Allen Boucher Bruce Krmball W1ll1am Luck
field Susan Montague
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stop that runnmg' These are the
phrases that wlll always be remem
bered as commands from the RHS
Thrs group 15 composed of about
30 senxor hrgh students chosen by
a commlttee from the Student
Councll Jlm MacBr1en 1 md J
Ben1 are the co captalns who have
been elected by the squad
The purpose of the monltors 1S
to promote better conduct 1n the
corrrdors to enforce the trafllc laws
of the Student Court and to make
the flow of trafhc between classes
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eiliclent mon1tor system can bu1ld
the morale of a school very effec
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Fzrst Row Eleanor LeCla1r Karen ames Iosephme Bem james MacBr1en Sh1rley Power Lona
Morey Second Row Carol juckett Frances Bnnkama Helen Flller Karm Mattson Merle Coy
Nancy Klme Margaret Drckmson Barbara Lyon Ehzabeth Moore Tlnrd Row Frledrxch Durr
Emory Plunkett Barry Grauhch Harold McCornac ohn Matt on Clyde HHIDCS Rlchard Wh1tney
Robert Durbeck Bernard Paquette
Fzrst Row Robert Valdatta, Dxana Douglas, Gall Bacon, Mary Lou Bevan, Martm Mrller Second
Row Ray Osttom, Robert Bradshaw, Wxlllam Gxlbert, Robert Decker, Mxchael Bocchmo, Iack
Gxlmore Thrrd Row Ronald Duncan, Thomas Cerullx, Ioseph Hues, Iames DePew, Gordon Region
Preszdent Robert Bradshaw
Vrce Presrde-nt Thomas Cerullx
Secretary Betty Lou Bevan
Treasurer James DePew
Mr Werle orgamzed a new type
of dramatlc group, the Backstage
Club In th1s un1t the members
conslder all aspects of play produc
t1on aslde from the act1ng phase
They learn about stage des1gn, con
structron, paxntmg, hghtlng, make
up, and costummg Thls under
standlng of drama IS furthered
by actual "workshop" experlence
These students plan to produce a
one act play each term
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june Henry Lona Morey Elaxne Hungerford
The Sen1or Twlrhng Club, superv1sed by Mr
Musselman IS one of the school s most actrve
unxts In th1s club the members perfect the 1n
tr1cate rout1nes of tW1I'l1I1g Practxce as jumor
Tw1rlers has prepared the g1rls well
Durmg the school year they part1c1pated 1n the
Annual Tvvrrlmg Festlval held at our school, and
competed at the All State Compet1t1on W1th
Drum Majorette Carol Reves leadmg the band
down the football Held these tvv1rlers put on spec
tacular shows during the football season Another
of the1r blg act1v1t1es was part1c1pat1on 1n the
Sprmg Band Concert Many and varled honors
have come to these gxrls as md1v1duals and as a
Fwst Row Juha Keebler Iovonna Veach Susanne Gernon Margaret
Zahtxla Shrrley Gnflln Second Row Helen Krump Anita Laurrdsen
Pamela Hemmmgway Beverly Schwartz Beverly Stem Lena Mae
Tully Nancy Clum Thwd Row Sandra Mechlow Ellen Travis
Sutton Mary Rose Beverly H111
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Sandra Kelder Marllyn Mer
flt Ann Cerrone Mary Ann
Berrlgan Mary Hlll Ehza
beth Mulvrhxll Second Row
Mr Werle ean Mc Entree
Patrlck Manmng lan Mac
Farlane George Kxrchholl
Raymond Olson Reynold
Menzel ohn Lee Sandra
Lewis eannette Phelps
Prestdent Sandra Lewxs
Vtce Preszdent George Klrchhoff
Secretary Sandra Kelder
Treasurer Sandra Berry
These budd1ng Barrymores are the mater1a1 for the future Broadway h1ts The club
mtroduces act1ng techmques and the greater appreclatlon of drama The alm of these
glrls and boys, under the d1rect1on of Mr Werle and Mrs Rymph 1S to present one
act plays each term, and to tra1n themselves for 1nembersh1p m the Thesplan SOCIECY later
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Treasurer john Fontame
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Fwst Row Sandra Mechlow
Nancy Scbwark Gall Bacon
JUll3 Keebler Margaret Zah
txla Beverly H111 M arle
Zwecker S e c o Tl d Row
Dxanne Douglas H e l e n
Kump Betty Lou Bevan ean
Reeber Pamela Hemmmgway
Phyllxs Pulver Sandra Hutch
mson Mlchelle Mrlot An1ta
Curran 'Tlnrd Row udy
Smlth Hollls S W e n s o n
Rrchard Byrum Louxs Ma
Cano Louxs Wood Bert For
strom Janet Halnes
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First Row: Joan Quinn, Joyce Hogle, Lona
Morey, Marjorie Bradley, Karen James, Mary
Darlington. Second Row: Marlene Overfield,
Edwina Thompson, Elissa Cerulli, Augusta
Sonnenberg, Mary Cross, Virginia Ingoglia,
Elaine Hungerford, Julia Just, Janice Page,
Carol Penny, Jean LaBonte, Dorothy Bloomer.
Standing: Allen Boucher, Beryl Watts, Ilene
Wilbur, Sue Todd, Edward Cote, Angelina
Convery, Audrey DePew, Beverly Hatfield,
Whether making an old lady or a
bouncing baby, the makefup club always
does a good job.
Miss Fredriksen is the sponsor but
Edward Cote and Joyce Hogle, senior
helpers, take over and are responsible
when there are people to be made up.
This unit is a service club to the school.
It does all makefup work for stage activif
ties, not only within R.H.S. but for any
other schools or organizations within the
district which ask for its help.
The special projects during the year
were the Junior and Senior Plays, Harvest
Festival, and the Christmas plays at R.
H. S. and Hyde Park.
Whether working up a comedy, tragedy, or farce, this
group is tops. The Senior Dramatics Club, under the super'
vision of Mr. Viglielmo, provided an outlet for all those
senior high students interested in dramatics. Though this
unit stressed in particular the acting and directing phase
of the theatrical field, it also taught its members to appref
ciate the other aspects of the stage which are essential for
a successful production. The girls and boys are trained
toward eventual membership in the Thespian Society,
which includes the most experienced workers in dramatic
A play for Christmas Assembly was given by this club.
During the second semester,,onefact plays were presented
for Friday assemblies.
First Row: Ivan Sarda, Edward Bockee, William Purcell, James
Strom. Second Row: Mr. Viglielmo, Della Bannantyne, Mary Lou
Zwecker, Lillian Staub, Catherine Ostrum, Irene Cruger. Third
Row: Eleanor LeClair, Mary Anderson, Elizabeth Golden, Roy
Johannessen, Anne Downes, Joyce Drane, Laura Macchiarelli.
First Row Remo Valdatta Robert Fillmore James Shaffer
Thomas Cutler John Athanas Fred Wohlfahrt oseph Athanas
John O Donnell Franltlm Rohan Reed Myers harles Morano
Carleton Nuhn Fred Wlley
Sen1or Bachelors Club
Presudent Fred Wohlfahrt
Vzce Premdent Charles Morano
Secretary and Treasurer Carleton Nuhn
Humm' Whats that pleasant aroma commg from the
Homemakmg room? Why xt s the muffins the boys are makmg
The Senior Bachelors Club IS composed of Freshman boys
the first semester and Sophomore boys the second semester
Because of the brlef tlme avallable for meet1ngs the students
can prepare only sxmple foods Mrs Traudt thexr sponsor
has taught the bachelors how to read understand and work
unlor Bachelors Club
Standmg Wlllxam Weatherwax, ohn Pasco Harold Horton
Jack Amt, Lewxs Wood, Henry Fox, Thomas Cerullx, Robert
Bradshaw, Jack Gxlmore, Lance Keller, Wayne Curry, Douglas
McGaughey, Robert Valdatta, Rxchard Wager
President Thomas Cerulll
Vace Presldent Douglas McGaughey
The Junior Bachelors Club IS made up of two seventh and
elghth grade groups each takxng one semester of the act1v1ty
Mrs Traudt the club sponsor teaches the boys how to read
and understand reclpes to follow techmques and prepare
sxmple foods and meals
First Row Joan Syler, Shirley Mallory, Patrlcla Duncan, Con
stance Pelton, Joyce Baker Second Row Joan Van Wagner,
Joyce Fowler, George Decker, Harry Klepar, Douglas Davxs,
Dolores Davns, Mary Anne Packer
Th1s club IS a "haven" for the art enthuslasts of our school
With Mr Clauss as the adv1sor, these students have spent
the year makmg materlals m creatlve CXPYCSSIOD, learmng to
appreclate the beautxful, developmg a crxtxcal eye, and taklng
pleasure 1n the creatlve use of the hands for work
These students decorated the gym and buxlt props for the
Harvest Festlval A part of the stage scenery for the Sen1or
Play was done by the Art Club Christmas cards, clay sculp
ture, drawmgs, and pamtmgs were also made by these glrls
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Vrce Preszdent Dorothy Near
Secretary El1zabeth Gress
Treasurer Mar1on Wyant
Kmttmg embroldery tattmg and crochetmg take up the
time of the Handlcraft Club Wlth Mrs Traudt as therr
leader these glrls are glven the opportumty to experlment
wxth varxous forms of handxcraft ThlS un1t has no partlcular
group projects but each member learns as much as she can
about handxcraft Here artxstxc talent IS encouraged and most
attractive results achleved
First Row Mmme Pryor Roberta Barrett Glona Plass Beth
Schuster Alice Perassl Second Row Florence Terwrllegar
Pauline Athanas janet Tobias Anna Carter Vlfglnla Caccra
paglra Elxzabeth Gress Beatrice Wooley
Preszdent Florence Terwrllegar
Vrce Preszderzt Augusta Sonnenberg
Secretary Jacquellne Kelly
Treasurer Elizabeth Gress
Hlgh school students who are 1nterested xn knlttmg are 1n
th1s club whlch IS sponsored by Mrs Garvey Instructlons
are glven to beglnners and addltlonal knowledge of kmttmg
IS provrded for those who already know the fundamentals
The members have completed varlous artlcles and the IH
expenenced have learned to set up kmttlng and to kmt the
Ftrst Row Patrxcxa Whlte Deanna Bodanowxc Ioan Staub
Marlene Reuter Carol Golden Second Row Iacquellne Kelly
Betty Gress Augusta Sonnenberg Betty Huntz Constance
Pelton Irene Cruger janet Young 'Thrrd Row Geraldrne Kelly
Florenge Terwrllegar Beatrice Wooley Margaret Sutka Barbara
Presndent Gustav Rrchard
Vrce Presadent Donald Mulvllull
Secretary Barbara Hahn
Program Chazrman Elizabeth Sherow
Each year Mlss Wood orgamzes a group ln some occupa
tlonal field Tlus year It was the Agrlculture Club
The members study and hear reports on dlfferent areas o
thxs field Some of the topxcs are beef and dairy cattle sheep
horses poultry bees wlld hfe and conservatlon There are
guest speakers and tnps to farms feed mnlls and machmery
plants to entertaxn and mstruct these students
Ftrs! Row David Brenner Blxzabeth Sherow Joanne Hahn
Barbara Hahn Edward Plttman Second Row Roy Patton
Gustav Rrchard Ronald Sxewert Ste hen Croft Davxd Vande
water Edward Cote Donald Mulvlgxll
Kneeling William Bradshaw William Wheeler William Luck
Held Standing Marilyn Hogle Merle Coy Nancy Connelly
Lucille Crltelli Mr Isaacson Pauline Brower Shirley Staber
Carol Iuckett Elizabeth Anderson
First Row Eleanor LeCla1r Barbara Lyon Lona Morey
Margaret Dickinson Margaret Gardner Second Row Mr
Simmons James Strom Richard Nero Donald Pierce Friedrich
Durr Third Row Kenneth Faust Barry Graulich Donald
Lozier Per Thyrum William Breed
Kncclm William Wheeler Paul Miller Second Row Kenneth
D Angeo Iohn Sala Thomas Athanas Mr Finkeldey Kenneth
Bartlett Ronald Siewert Stephen Crapser George Berryann
Third Row Robert Griffin Glen Baker Edward Pittman
Driver Training Club
"Into secondg brake-not clutchg red light"g these instrucf
tions are all familiar to all the members of the Driver Training
Club. The twelve boys and girls enrolled meet once a week
to practice driving in the school car provided for this purpose.
In May, with the instructions in the club and practice in their
family car most of the members were able to pass the New
York State road test and receive their drivers licenses Thus
a new generation of drivers is sent out each year pledged to
observe the rules of the road and to make the highways safe
Science Film Club
For the benefit of the science enthusiasts of the school Mr
Simmons has organlzed a Science Film Club In the meetings
the club members explore various fields of science and its
application through the medium of films and film strips Dur
mg the year the students carried out some experimental work
in conjunction with natural phenomena depicted in film strips
Audio-Visual Aids Club
The Audio Visual Aids Club 15 a school service orgamza
tion sponsored by Mr Finkeldey It is open to those boys in
senior high school who are interested in operating the various
pieces of equipment used in this area The students receive
special training 1n operating caring for and maintaining such
items as the movie projector slide projector opaque projector
tape recorder publlc address system television set electrical
basketball scoreboard juke box and stage lighting It 15 the
aim of this group to be able to serve the teachers of R H S
with efficient mechanical aids to the educational process
Preszdent Davxd Bahret
Secretary Wxlham Day
Treasurer Rlchard Durbeck
The purpose of thxs orgamzatron IS to mstruct puprls rn the
fundamentals of developmg pr1nt1ng and enlargmg of plc
tures Wlth the help of Mr Farnum club members also
learn the elements of portrarture by photoflood and are ln
troduced to certaln advanced technlques such as photo color
mg bleachmg sketchmg and an assortment of photographrc
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Vnce Preszdent Joan Conners
S8C1Ctd'ry Joan Douglas
Treasurer Margaret Sutka
For those nmth graders who wrsh to gam further knowl
edge m sclence Mrs Garvey has orgamzed th1s club The
members do experrments watch movles drscuss sclentlfic
artrcles and take field tnps These grrls and boys subscnbe to
Avlatxon and Sclence magazine and rented films for some
of therr meetmgs
Presrdent Ronald Sunderland
Vzce Preszdent Sonja, Veach
S6C1'8tdry Barbara Davxs
Treasurer Kay Van Nosdall
For those hlgh school students mterested IH rntemanonal
events Mr Forte has organized a new club Every Wednes
day these members meet and dxscuss economxc geographical
and pohtlcal condrtlons rn the countnes of the world
Fxrst Row Davrd Bahret Kerwm Lawless George Beckman
Second Row Harold McCornac Allen Polhemus Fred Rose
Thzrd Row Francrs Hansen Rrchard Durbeck Wrllram Day
Thomas Trabasso Edward Finley Geoffrey Locke Fred Syler
Bruce Erts John Klern Mr Farnum
Frrst Row Elizabeth Doriler Ioan Douglas Patncra Whrte
Kenneth D Angelo Deanna Bodanowxc loan Conners Vrrgrma
lngoglra Second Row George Van Vhet John Kump Gall
Strll joan Van Wagner Ioan Rogers Margaret Sutka Lmda
Stokes Fredenclz Wrley Wrlham Fox
Furs: Row Kay Van Nosdall Emxly West Barbara Davrs
Jeannette Phel s Janet Ber Theresa DeCand1o Sonja Veach
Glona Deutsc Second ow Mr Forte Manlyn Merritt
Ronald Sunderland, Reynold Menzel, Wrlham Weatherwax,
Rrchard Troccra, Andrew Imperatr, Patrick Manning, Walter
Unterborg, Kent Newberry, Mary H111
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This school boasts three chapters
of the New York Junior Historical
Association, the Wapani and She'
komeko Chapters sponsored by
Mrs. Honeywell, and the Charlotte
C h a p t e r sponsored by Mrs.
Rymph. Local and state history,
famous citizens of the area and
special historic spots furnish the
study material for these groups.
These chapters enjoyed the
special honor this year of playing
host to the State Convention of the
Junior Historical Association in
May. Providing for over a thou'
sand guest members, the local chap'
ters were indeed kept busy most of
the spring. Presidents of the three
groups are: Shekomeko, Anna
Marie Berg, Wapani, Judith Cook'
ingham, Charlotte, Jeanette Phelps.
First Row: Irene Tarkos, Constance Pelton, Mrs. Honeywell, Nancy Kline, Anna
Marie Berg. 'Second Row: Kerwin Lawless, John Klein, Carol Golden, Benjamin
CHARLOTTE AND WAPANI CHAPTERS
First Raw: Frank Bomba, Frederick Decker, Martin DeGrodt, James Young, Richard
Trocher, Ian MacFarlane, Reynold Menzel, Edward Koziol. Second Row: Eleanor
Mattias, Patricia Gardner, Margaret Gress, Linda Greco, Joan Staub, Shirley Davis,
Beverly Stein, Nancy Clum. 'Third Row: Mrs. Rymph, Elizabeth Mulvihill, Gwendolyn
Runk, Phyllis Eckert, Jeanette Phelps, Martha Whiten, Jean McEntee, Judith Bennett,
Marilyn Merritt, Mrs. Honeywell. Fourth Row: Janet Young, Betty Boyce, Wilbur
Reed, William Barry, Walter Unterborg, George Kirchhoff, James Waldron, Beverly
Schwartz, Mary Hill.
liflode-rn Dance Club
First Row: Norma Berry, Carol Hey, Marion Bellock, Pauline Perrotta. Second Row.
Barbara Lyon, Margaret Dickinson, Virginia Veach, Elizabeth Cruger, Merle Coy,
Nancy Connelly, Lucille Critelli. Third Row: Eleanor McManus, Elizabeth Rose, Helen
Stilwell, Josephine Beni, June Owen, Enid Petersen, Betty Moore, Beverly Mulvihill,
Joan Decker, Elizabeth Patton. Fourth Row: Shirley Bacon, Virginia Larson, Janice
Mahoney, Carol Reves, Jerrie Landis, Carol I.aBonte, Margaret Gronbach, Elsie
Gronbach, Shirley Power, Janet Dingae, Helen Filler, Karin Mattson, Marie McCarty,
Dorothy Nilsson, Thelma Budd, Joanne Hahn, Sandra Brignole.
First Row: Gloria Plass, Carol Golden, Patricia Hues, Augusta Sonnenberg, Marlene
Reuter, Joan Staber, Barbara Vogt. Second Row: Janice Page, Audrey DePew, Karen
James, Joan Quinn, Ann Downes, Joyce Drane, Sue Todd, Mrs. Foster. Third Row:
Carol Penny, Judith Just, Janet Crapser, Denise Barrett, Dolores Reilley, Deanna
Bodanowic, Anna Marie Berg, Kathleen Murphy.
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Tap, comedy, folk and social
dancing are all done by members
of the Modern Dance Club, which
is one of the few clubs of its type
in this area. There are two groups
in the club this year, one section
meeting on Monday for the more
experienced and another on Wed'
nesday for the beginners.
Mrs. Foster helps these girls a
great deal during their practices
for the Harvest Festival and Physif
cal Education Exhibit, in which
they present various kinds of
President ........ Kenneth Faust
Vrce Presrdent Edward Kearney
Treasurer Rrchard Verth
All boys wmmng letters on any
varslty team are el1g1ble for mem
bersh1p 1n the Vars1ty Club Thls
unlt promotes school Splflt en
courages all students 1D part1c1pa
t1on rn school act1v1t1es and ex
emphfies good c1t1zensh1p The
members are encouraged to attam
hlgh standards rn scholast1c and
extra currrcular acluevements
Under the leaoershlp of Mr
Tram the boys ntroduced a new
const1tut1on thxs year Thrs group
has been act1ve rn many speclal
Presrdent Phyllls Allen
Vtce Presulent Audrey DePew
Secretary Elrssa Cerulll
Treasurer Judlth just
Mr Forte orgamzed 1 new unlt
th1s ye lr a Semor H1gh Golf club
Every Tuesday the members met to
learn the fundament rls of the game
A few of the boys from the Golf
team help Mr Forte to lnstruct
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F1rstRow Ivan Sarda ohn Manfreda Rlchard Dolan Frank Guercxo ames MacBr1en
Walter Bxscardx Emory Plunkett Second Row Per Thyrum Rrchard Wrlson Rrchard
Verth Edward Kearney Kenneth Faust Roy ohanne en George Berryann
Frrst Row Elrzabeth Sherow Margaret O Nell Joan Nrghtengale janet Berg Barbara
Davrs Theresa DeCand1o Iudrth Coats Margaret jones judrth just Dons Innocentx
Second Row Mlchael Bocchmo Wayne Curry Robert Bradshaw Thomas McCormack
Lance Keller Douglas McGaughey Robert Valdatta Rrchard Troccxa Larry Kardas
Wrllram Weatherwax Henry Fox Douglas Davrs Frederxck Knauss Mr Forte 'Tbrrd
Row Phyllrs Allen Helen Frller Geotfrey Kxlpatrrck James DePew Walter Unterborg
Edward Kozlol Harry Klepar Donald Herm Wllllam Schamberg Thomas Cerullx
Rrchard Davrs Elrzabeth Moore Frances Brrnkama jean McManus
Semor H1gh Golf Club
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Senior Boys Intramurals
First Row: Gordon Mateer, Ronald O'Rourke, Rudy Markey, James Cruger, Albert
Richard, john Sala, David Brenner, George Berryann, John Region, George Martin.
Second Row: William Duntz, John Fetter, Ronald Holtzman, Donald Heidel, joseph
MacNamara, Vifilliam Ray, Ronald Rothkranz, Paul Miller, Nils Crispell, Thomas
Trabasso, Stephen Crapser. Third Row' Frederick Wohlfahrt, Thomas Cutler, Robert
Fillmore, john O'Donnell, Donald Mulvihill, Gustav Richard, Philip Collin, Vv'illiam
Day, Mario Conforti, William Breed, Rudolph Zwecker, John Shaffer.
First Row: Eleanor Mattias, Zetta Decker, Ioan Staub, Helen Dietz. Second Row:
Robert Staub, Richard Davis, Anna Williams, William Schamberg, Barbara Kearney,
Once a week these sportsmen
meet to enjoy another leisure time
activity - that of horsemanship.
The members go to a riding stable
to learn how to ride a horse cor'
rectly. In the spring they ride in
the Horse Show at our school,
where they compete for ribbons
and trophies. Mrs. Rymph is the
sponsor of this club, and the mem'
bers are enthusiastic horsemen.
unior High Intramurals
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First Row: Neil Alberg, Andrew Imperati, James Young, John Alley, James Van Tassel, William Gilbert, Richard Byrum, Charles
Ackert, Henry Fox. Second Row: James Quint, John Ryan, Edward Koziol, John Lee, Patrick Manning, James McDonald, John
Gardner, Robert Bradshaw, Robert Decker, David Constable. Third Row: Michael Bocchino, Robert Myers, Richard Davis, Kent
Newberry, Ronald Green, Richard Corrado, Jack Campion, Thomas Ccrulli, Richard Ostrum, George O'Dell, Patrick Case.
Fourth Row: James DePew, Bernard Ball, Arthur Herzfeld, Paul 0'Connell, Richard Stroman, Rayinond Olson, Richard Terwilf
legar, Arthur Clark, Ronald Sunderland, Andrew McGray.
First Row: Dolores Davis, Doris Syler, Carmella lmperati, Carol Birdsall, Barbara Harvey, Doreen MacBrien, Joan Staub, Julia
Keebler, Beverly Hill, Ronice Foster, Zeeda Decker, Marion Bellock, Joyce Baker. Second Row: Mrs. Foster, Anita Devens, Ruth
Croft, Sandra Lewis, Barbara Kearney, Patricia Walsh, Carol Allan, Barbara Toomes, Kathleen Manning, Helen Godfrey, Elizabeth
Mulvihill, Lorraine Hues, Patricia Hues. 'Third Row: Nancy Forrester, Theresa DeCandio, Lillian Hoosc, Linda Hoose, Elizabeth
Lamoree, Shirley Davis, Loretta Martin, Mary Beatty, Anna Cerrone, Mary Sutka, Jane Van Rensselaer, Janet Prince, Gloria
Deutsch, Carol Malcolm, Janet Berg, Kathleen McManus. Fourth Row: Shirley Berger, Roberta Prince, Judith Cookingham, Eliza'
beth Boyce, Aleta Curran, Mary Jane Godfrey, Sally Keebler, Joan Van Buskirk, Janet Young, Emily West, Barbara Davis, Elizabeth
Focrschler, Irmgard Gronbach, Dianne Douglas, Marie Zwecker, Lois Trowbridge, Judith Smith.
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Frrst Row Michael Fetter Robert Martineau Allen Colten james Daley Thor Mattson Leo Gress Donald Weber William
Smith Valentino Cappo Benjamin McLar1on Ernest Steider Donald Prince john Voris Thomas Kirchhoff john Velie Second
Row Richard Bloomer William Manfreda Donald Heidel James Longanacre Monfred Kaehler Boris Sarda Vincent Iesionek Ivan
Ronald O Rourke Walter Biscardi Rudy Markey James Outwater Richard Whitney Fred Nash Edward Kearney Richard Wilson
Kenneth Faust Gordon Mateer Barry Graulich john Manfreda Franklin Hadden james MacBrien Charles Seaman Eugene Daley
Although this year s football team did not chalk up
any victories they never stopped fighting Most of the
games were close all but two of them being lost by a
margin of only one touchdown We were badly beaten
only once by Delmar which was blessed with an out
standing player who probably would have given the same
trouble to any other high school team This year s team
was a fairly good defensive team but was weak in scoring
power due partly to the fact that practically the whole
team was inexperienced and partly to the fact that we
had no outstanding passer
Because football is the kind of sport that requires years
of practice before a player can excel it is a good idea for
Freshmen to plan on coming out for football so they can
have a good three years of practice before their Senior
year RHS has had trouble bu1ld1ng teams because the
recruits come out when they are Seniors and are seldom
outstanding on one year s practice If they are outstand
mg they give RHS the benefit of only one year of their
'Thanks to an above average Freshman turnout last
year the prospects for next and succeeding years appear
somewhat brighter Next year s team will be made up
of these Freshmen who will then be Sophomores and a
handful of experienced upper classmen not lost through
Sarda, Edward McDonald, William Sutka, john Brown, Erriory Plunkett? Ronald Richter, Vaughan Lewis. Tliird Row: David Bahret,
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Fxrst Row Bruce Bevan Per Thyrum Stephen Crapser Robert Durbeck Rrchard Velth john Fetter Clyde Hames John Man
fredl Wllllam Luckheld Second Row Franklin Gross Charles Beatty Raymond ODell Bernard Paquette Roy Iohannessen
Edward Decker Robert Terwnllegar Edward Fuller Thwd Row Rlchard Decker Robert Becker Arthur Herzfeld Rxchard
The 195 O soccer season was destmed to be a bu1ldmg year
Roy Johannessen Per Thyrum Captam Dlck Velth and Frank
GUCICIO were the only lettermen to report back for duty To
add to the meager number of experlenced players the nevt
candidates reportmg were few However through hard work
and dxllgence the Roosevelt team proved to be a dlffzcult team
to beat The record showed four defeats one t1e and three
v1ctor1es Coach Tram was very proud of the enthuslasm and
the desrre for a good game that were drsplayed by h1s entlre
Bob Becker and Per Thyrum were selected for all scholastlc
first team honors Captam Dlck Velth and Roy Johannessen
were selected for second team honors
Th1S was the first year of the newly organlzed Dutchess
County Scholastlc Soccer League and R H S came through
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Fwst Row George Gaffney john Manfredx Walter Bxscardr George Veach Wrllram Bzrdsall Second Row Wrllram Bradshaw
Rxchard Whitney Edward Decker ames Outwater Edward McDonald Charles Seaman Thud Row Edward Kearney Rlchard
Masten Monfred Kaehler Rxchard Wrlson Rxchard Velth Coach Lewxs
The Roosevelt basketball team started the year rn grand style by
wmnmg the frrst four games on the schedule every game up to the
m1d wmter vacatron When school reopened the team was handlcapped
somewhat by the 1njur1es of valuable players The core of the team
Dlck Verth Ed Kearney D1ck Wrlson John Manfredr jxm Outwater
Although hampered by these mjurres the team went on to wm close
games wrth Prne Plams and New Paltz They then dropped very close
ones to Arlmgton New Paltz Cardmal Farley and Plne Plams Wap
plngers was the only team to w1n by any great margln over the Varslty
live Whmle the league games were closely contested the Green and
Gold qulntet was not able to pull out any vlctorxes The team fought
a hard splrrted game only m1ss1ng the wm column by a few pomts
ln each game
Next year s chances look very good for a successful season IH varsrty
basketball at R H S Many young players are commg up from the j V
ranks and several lettermen w1ll return
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un1or Varsn-y Basketball
Furs: Row Mlchael Fetter Eu ene Daley Robert Vorxs Bernard Paquette Second Row Rxchard Nero John Velxe Donald Weber
James Daley John Dalbo Ro ert Martmeau john Mxller Harold Mangold 'Thwd Row Donald Whxten Fred Traver john Man
freda Wlnston Perklns Rodney Hitchcock Thomas Kxrchhoff Carleton Nuhn
The Jumor Varsxty started off th1s year at a very good rate The
team won the first few games but there fortune seemed to desert them
They were young and mexperlenced most of them freshmen and a few
It was a great prov1ng ground for varsxty players of the future as
some of the players xmproved towards the end of the season show1ng great
promxse for next year
The V won five and lost twelve of the ball games They showed
a great amount of flght and Splrlt IU all games mak1ng up 1n sp1r1t what
they lacked IU experlence
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First Row Karm Mattson Joan Decker Elsle Gronbach Josephine Ben: Nancy Connelly Merle Coy Janet Dmgae Second
Row Carol Hey Ehzabeth Patton Helen Fnller Lucille Crntelh Carol LaBonte
Full of pep v1m and v1tal1ty are these twelve g1rls who
cheer the players on to trxumph Mrs Foster chooses and
11nes up the squad josephme Bem and Nancy Connelly
as captam and manager keep thmgs rolllng The cheer
leaders support the teams and spread school sp1r1t Whether
we are wmnmg or losmg
Th1s year the squad partlcxpated 1n Pep assembhes and 1n
all home football and basketball games The a1m of the
team as always IS to Wm agaln the Central Sectlon Cheer
mg Cup at the Cheermg Festlval
un1or Vars1ty Cheerleaders
Fzrst Row Sandra Brlgnole Patrncra Erts Paulme Perrotta Second Row Norma Berry Mane McCarty Beverly Mulvxhxll Thelma
Budd Glorra Bacon Ellzabeth McFarlane Dorothy Nllsson Johanna Hahn Marlon Bellock
Patr1c1a Erts Paulme Perrotta
Wxth the1r green and wh1te unlforms come the I V cheerleaders to
cheer the1r teams on to vxctory Thrs group of snappy gxrls, ably asslsted
by Mrs Foster, cheer for the soccer and jumor vars1ty basketball teams
When the fellows are playmg they can always be sure that these cheer'
leaders w1ll have the whole crowd cheerlng for them
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Ellen Purd1e Helen Conners Dolores Rellley
Fwst Row Norma Berry Marlon Bellock Karm
Mattson Dolores Davls Joyce Baker Second Row
Mrs Foster Joan Decker Helen Flller Janet Dmgae
Shirley Power Margaret Gronbach
Frrst Row Amta Devens Paullne Perrotta Ehssa
Cerulll Patr1c1a Hues Second Row Audrey DePew
Joyce Drane Betty Kardas Susan Montague Ann
Downes Gretchen Van Vhet Mrs Foster
Frrst Row Josephme Bem Nancy Sutton Carol
juckett Shlrley Vaughn Merle Coy Second Row
Margaret Dlcklnson Barbara Lyon Carol LaBonte
June Owen Lols Van Buskxrk Thwd Row Mrs
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Lynch Helen Stxlwell
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Although not as active as last year, the program of girls'
sports is still being carried on and enjoyed by the girls in our school.
Soccer and Field Hockey teams were organized, but the
scheduled contests were cancelled because of bad weather.
Under the leadership of Coach Foster, Varsity, Junior Var'
sity and class basketball teams were organized These teams
played neighboring schools such as Poughkeeps1e and Oakwood
with more than satisfactory results one hundred per cent v1c
tory The class teams participated in a noon hour basketball
league 1n which the Juniors and Senrors took top honors
Fair play team work and good sportmanship are emphasized
in all glrls sports qualities which always make a better game
First Row Patrlcla Hues Joyce Baker Irene Cruger
Karin Mattson Joan Connors Mary Lou Arata
Josephme Bem Second Row Charlotte Fillmore
Dolores Dav1s Carol LaBonte Nancy Connelly
Barbara L3 on Ellzabeth Moore Merle Coy Patricia
Duncan Mrs Foster Thwd Row Margaret Gron
bach Lona Morey Phylhs Allen Margaret Dlckmson
Beryl Watts Marilyn Hogle Shlrley Vaughn
Marlene Harvey Anita Devens
Fwst Row Lucllle Crrtelll Marlon Bellock Joyce
Baker Mary Lou Arata P3.t1'lCla Duncan Shirley
Mallory Second Row Mrs Foster Carol Juckett
Nancy Connelly Karin Mattson Frances Brmkama
Merle Coy Josephine Bem 'Third Row Marilyn
Hogle Lona Morey Margaret Gronbach Shirley
Power Shirley Vaughn Marlene Harvey Elizabeth
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For the second year ln a row the Roosevelt Hrgh Golf Team brought
home an undefeated record m the spr1ng of 1950 Coached by Mr Forte and
co captalned by Ken Faust and Bob Schwartz th1s team was the irst IH the
hlstory of R H S to w1n a Dutchess County Scholastlc League cup Besldes
wmnmg th1s trophy th1s experlenced group won the f1rst place cup at the
County Schoolboy Tournament held at Baxrd State Park plus all the m
d1v1dual medals Flrst award a gold medal was taken by Ken Faust second
place a sllver medal by V1n Jeslonek and thlrd place a bronze medal by
In the 51 season the same team w1th the exception of Bob Schwartz
returned There were many yearllngs who turned out for the squad th1s year
A season or two of practlce and these young boys will represent Roosevelt
Hlgh School on the golf lmks
The schedule for th1s year mcluded matches wxth Mxllbrook Dover
Plams Red Hook Anderson Poughkeepsle and Oakwood
VARSITY CREW LIGHT VARSITY CREW
Kneelmg JohnR1chard Standmg Ivan Sarda Kneeling Robert Gross Standing Edward
Donald Pierce James Strom Howard Paul Decker Donald LOZICI' Stelihen Cfapsef Per
Kneeling John Manfreda John Becker Stand
mg Robert Terwillegar john Brown Boris
1950 was the first year that rowmg was held as a sport at R H S We were one of the three pioneers of the
Hudson Valley to inaugurate rowing as a high school sport R H S experiences in the field were highly satisfac
tory the Light Varsity crew capturing the Jayncee Trophy for Light Varsity Two regattas climaxed the year s
training program The first was a triangular meet between R H S Arlington and Poughkeepsie in which our
Light Varsity placed 'first the J. V. third. In a thrilling finish with Poughkeepsie our Varsity placed second. The
second was the MidfHudson Valley invitational regatta. The three aforementioned schools raced against two
New Jersey schools, Bellville and Nutley. In a very exciting race, our Varsity proved themselves by beating
Arlington and placing second by only four seconds to a highly publicized and much more experienced Bellville
crew. The boys took to this sport eagerly, for it is one which creates a very great amount of team spirit during
the weeks and weeks of intensive training which are necessary before participation in any contest.
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Kneeling Manager Fredenck Greene Richard Dolan ohn Manfredl Edward McDonald james MacBr1en joseph Tancredx
Standxng Walter Blscardn john Mattson Rlchard Masten Wxnston Perkxns Leonard Keenen Emory Plunkett Mr Todd
Sxnce the baseball team won only two games out of the
s1x league games the season cannot go on record as a sat1s
factory one It was, however, a very good year as far as tram'
mg young players was concerned The team lost only three
lettermen Elght players who earned the1r letters last year
came back thxs year and played a better game because of the
year of practlce
On the 1950 team Plunkett d1d much of the p1tch1ng,
alded and abetted by Len Keenen Although Keenen graduf
ated and so was not back th1s year, Plunkett, Masten, and
Blscardl returned for another season of baseball SCFVICC
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The Roosevelt H1gh School track team was scheduled to compete 1n
four meets The Wappmgers meet was ramed out but the other three
were run 1n good style
The team as a whole won only one meet but It d1d produce some
outstandmg performers Kelth Olson was consldered one of the best quarter
mllers 1n the county and Don Heldel was one of the best 1n the sprlnts de
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Desplte the loss of four men the 1951 team showed a fme sp1r1t ln all
xts competltlon Veteran Hezdel agaxn carne 1n for honors and both old
and new members of the team gave the1r all for R H S
In the 1950 D C S L trlangular meet Arhngton won top honors
Wapplngers second and Roosevelt thlrd Other scores were
R H S 18 Poughkeepsle 5 9
R H S SOM Anderson 26M
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