Franklin Roosevelt High School - Orbit Yearbook (Hyde Park, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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D ' ' ' Qs ' - .L l -. 1 ALMA MATER Oh Roosevelt High we'll sing thy praise And try to do our part. Your colors green and gold, We'1l always cherish in our hearts. 'In unison we've labored hard, And had a lot of fun. We'll give our thanks to Roosevelt High, In all the years to come. Hail to thee, our Alma Mater. Dear, to thee we'l1 e'er be true. We'll spread thy fame forever more And praises sing to you. FOREWORD This 'tOrbit" represents the Class of '57, Our book has no proper theme. We feel that life at Roosevelt is a theme in itself. We hope those who read it will gain an understanding of life at Roose- velt High as it goes on throughout the year. We have tried to preserve in this book all that Roose- velt holds dear to us and to all those who have known it. To the graduating seniors, this book is not just a record of a year gone by, but, in the future, will serve as a reminder of all our years at Roosevelt High. Page 2 0 ,,.--up Q ...f-"'iw. Page 3 MR. WILLIAM CLAUSS MR. HENRY WERLE Because we appreciate the time and effort which they have expended for our bene- fit, we, the Class of 1957, proudly dedicate this OREIT to our two loyal class advisors and friends - Mr. William Clauss and Mr. Henry Werle. -Zi. MISS JEAN WALKER 1 MRS. HELENE ROSENBERG In sincere appreciation we wish to thank Miss Jean Walker for being an understand- ing friend and teacher. We would like to show our gratitude to Mrs. Helene Rosenberg for her assistance with the publication of the ORBIT. Page 4 K X R X . .xx . , ,-.1 X. H551 . I, li, :-.r-gf S45 ,- 'S1fx:i:+sw:-'.'f- A - P'-C-.QP .r Va, 71 1--H., 55 3 'if it x . ' i,.kv,"1 ff-N, . ,iffa ., ' 3 in ,Ss an-f . -'SSE-Si. -S-f '- Fnii'-g ' x Li ',. H if-iff' J ', . ..-W?" F - ' 'Yf2f5'I'1-5 ,' ' .' , EAAXW ' - 'X -- I , .,.. X N an X .VElx'q'.:55 . , " iflfim - ' R -.. p 4-. . - ,.-4 ,- a K A - . -11 . g .pus-. X- ,- ' ' -f".,-51,1 X ' -.1 L.. Y' -JST- - Lf, 'H-V --fox Q X l - --'v H ,Maggy tg? 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Diaz Social Studies Physical Education i . i X Richard Dowd Social Studies .. 4 Hyla Ex-wood Head- Mathematics Department sc we .ss e- Madison D. Harry L. Felder Fai-num Social Studies English and French X. A kkt, e Beatrice Fredrlksen Head- Social Studies Department Eihelle Hey Sophie D. Kane Nurse-Teacher Head- Commerce Department Lenore G. Kennedy English Julie R. Kidder Commerce 1 X e . - wwigwnx . 1 ' R - . R , ,Q . as--X N 1 l - k . - as. : - N. .N :Q -. Y ' . . 1 .. 3 . K .. .A . g K 3 , . k A XQi X 1 5 . D a a . .. s . V X.-X X -ssx - X ., N XX N:-rf -i N t. f. -.X za we 'f X , " A 2 . -' i R 45. D a e X Jean H. Lahey Lawrence I-I. Doroihy Luiz Lillian Mason Donald Miller English Lewis Dental Foreign Social Studies Head- Hygienist Physical Ed. Languages Aylmer C. Musselman Instrumental Music on ..tt sl ...aa E . Q s Anne M. Roach Homemakmg .ku . Helene B. Barbara Ross Waller J. Rosenberg English Simmons. Jr. Librarian Head-- Science Dep. x -.S -. .ESQ W 655. ... Ray M. 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Write mefgflgfnfeng 11 es is A.V.A. lg science rum 1,25 a man Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3g Print A.V.A. 1,2,3,4g Science Film 1, Modern Dance lg Soc. Dance 1. Shop Club 2, Rifle Club 2,3g 25 Intramurals 1,2g M o de r n Geography Club 1. Dance lg Hist. Club 1,2,3g Con- servation 1,2,3g Soc. Dance 1, 2g Class Dance Comm. 1,23 Monitors 23 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1,2. Page 10 w . JANE CAROLYN BIRCHER Their two hearts in life were single-hearted. Twirlers 1,2,3g Drum Majorette 45 Jr. Twirling Instructor 1,23 State Twirling Comp. 2,3,4g Jr. Prom. Comm. 35 Locker Moni- tor 1,2g Phys. Ed. Demonstra- tion l,2. Class of '57 PATRICIA CATHERINE BADAMI A modest blush she wears. Poughkeepsie: B e e hiv e lg Class Dance Comm. lg Roose- velt: Typing Club 2. KATHRYN ELIZABETH BIRCHALL In each cheek appears a pretty dimple. Question Box 2g First Aid Club 2g G.A.A. 13 Geography Club 1. MARY LOU BISHOP There's a language in her eye. Poughkeepsie: Debate Ig Vol- ley Ball 1. Roosevelt: Glee Club 2g Modern Dance 23 Christmas Cards Comm. 4. Page 1 1 iw - - Q , 2 1 - fi RUSSELL O. BOCKEE He that has patience may compass anything. Make-Up Club 13 Bachelors Club 1. Class of '57 MARGARET CATHERINE K BLACKBURN In every gesture, dignity. , Glee Club 1,23 Dramatics'1,23 Pin-Up Club 1. V SUSAN GAY BOCK If music be the food of love, play on. Photography Club 23 Dramat- ics 1,23 Make-Up Club 23 Sen- ior Band l,2,3,4g Orbit 43 Rec- ord 13 Junior Play-stage 33 Senior Play-stage 43 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,43 Prom C o mm. 3g H all Monitor 3,43 G.O. Alternate 1,23 A.A.A. Drivers Training Award 3. JAMES VINCENT BUCK The power of thought-the magic of the mind. Millbrook: Glee Club 13 Senior Band 1. Roosevelt: Senior Bind 2,3,43 Baseball 33 Soccer 3, . Page 12 GEORGE ANTHONY CACCOMA Born for success, he seems. Football 25 Geography Club lg Varsity Club 2,3, President 45 Crew l,2,3,4g Class Dance Comm. 2,3,4g Basketball Con- cess. 33 Rifle Club 1. Class of '57 VIRGINIA ANNE BURKE I agree with no man's opiniong I have some of my own. Dramatics 15 Orbit Editor 4g Capt. JayVee Cheerleading 1, 23 Varsity Cheerleading 33 Sophomore Playg Junior Playg Open House Comm. 4g Class Dance Comm. l,2,3,4g Prom Comm. 33 G.O., Vice Pres. 45 Class President 1,25 G.O. Can- didate 3g Magazine Comm. lg Phys. Ed. Demonstration l,2g National Honor Society 3,43 Syracuse Citizenship C o n f e r- ence 3,4. UF 'EM EDWARD JOSEPH BURNETT A fellow of mark and livelihood. Arlington: Intramurals 23 Con- servation 2g Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 2. I h isbn' PETER NEAL CARSWELL Let us make hay while the sun shines. A rl in g t o n: Intramurals 1,2g Conservation 1,23 Basketball Concess. 1,2g Football Concess. 2g G.O. 1,2g Class Officer lg Roosevelt: Class Dance Comm. 4. Q Page 13 Dmwmf' 9-64-faaf -4052,-3,7 CHARLYN CHLANDA Let such teach others, who themselves excel. Photography 25 Dramatics 2,33 A.V.A. 2,3.4g Orbit 45 Soph. Play, Jr, Play, Sr. Play, Open House Comm. 3, Class Dance Comm. 2,3,4g Monitors 13 Sta- tionery Comm. 35 G.O. 1: Christmas Cards Comm. 43 F.T.A. 3,43 National Honor So- ciety 3,4. -I ,. .. Class of '57 RONALD CERRONE He best can paint them. Dramatics 1,2g Science Film 1, Intramurals 1,23 Record 15 Soc. Dance 1,25 Thespians 2,3,4g Art Club 2g Geography Club lg Sr. Play 4g Jr. Play 2,33 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom Comm., G.O. 23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2. DEAN JOSEPH CHAPMAN He vvas a scholar, and a ripe and good one. A.v.A. 1,2,3,4g sr. Band 1,2,3,4g Sr. Play, Open House Comm. 43 Class Dance Comm. 1,3,4g G.O. 1,3,4g G.O. Candidate 3g Horse Show 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Ring Comm. 3. ELIZABETH JESSICA CI-IRISTENSEN A merry heart goes all the day. Poughkeepsie: Debate 1,23 Beehive 2, Baseball 1,2g Bas- ketball 1,2g National Forensic League 2, Swimming 1, Bowl- ing 1,25 Volley Ball 1,2. Roose- velt: Class Trip Comm., Chair- man 4g Orbit 43 Class Dance Comm. 4. Pcxqe 14 PATRICIA ANN COLE She had a pensive beauty, yet not sad. Photography Club 25 Dramat- ics Club 1,25 Record 15 Cheer- leading 1,2,35 Social Dance Club 15 Thespians 45 Senior Playg Junior Playg Open House Comm. 35 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,45 Junior Prom Comm. Class Officer, Vice President 35 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1, 25 Sewing Club 15 Pen Pal 1. Classof '57 ANNE COHIG The secret of success is constancy to purpose. Poughkeepsie: G 1 e e C lu b 15 T y p i n g Club 1,25 .Assembly Comm. 1. EMERSON WESLEY COLE Small service is true service. Science Film 1,25 Conservation .Club 25 Junior Band 2. JEAN MARIE COMISKEY The very flower of youth. Photography Club 25 Dramat- ics 1,25 Science Film 15 Orbit 45 Cheerleading 45 Social Dance Club 1,25 Sophomore Playg Thespians 3,45 Junior Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,2, 3,45 Junior Prom Comm.: Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 Sewing Club 25 F.T.A. 3.44 Page 15 6' DIANA ESTELLE DECKER Her eyes express the sweetest kind of bashfulness. D r a m a tic s l,2,34g Orbit 45 Soph. Playg Thespians l,2,3,4g Sr. Playg Jr. Playg Open House Comm. 4g Class Dance Comm. l,2,3,4g Prom Comm. 3g Monit- ors 2,3,4g G.O. 4g G.O. Candi- dateg Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,23 First Aid Club lg National Honor Society 3,43 Assembly C h a ir m a ng Commencement Usherette 3. Class of '57 PAULINE LOUISE COOKINHAM With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand. Glee Club l,2g Science Film lg Hist. Club 1,2,3g Typing Club 23 Soc. Dance 1,2g Class Dance Comm. lg Locker Monitor 3g P h y s. E d. Demonstration l,2g Question Box lg Knitting Club lg Pin-Up Club 1,23 Swimming l,2,3g Pen Pal l,2. ROGER WILLIAM CRAPSER The brave man seeks not popular applause. Science Film lg Golf Club l,2, 3,4g Intramurals lg Modern Dance lg Hist. Club lg Conser- 3La.tian,2g Soc.. -Dance 23 Soccer l,2,3,4g Varsity Club 3,43 Moni- tor 3g Phys. Ed. Demonstrations lg National Honor Society 3,4. GEORGE ELIAS DEEB. JR. The social, friendly, honest man fulfills great nature's plan. Millbrook: Soph. Playg Foot- ball 23 Track 2. Page 15 fi ...ti x is 'ifr- fx i E 1' Soccer 2 3 4' Track 1' Var ELLEN G. DICKINSON The twinkling of an eye. Glee Club 1,23 Make-up Club 43 Intramurals lg Orbit 43 Hist. Club 13 Typing Club 23 Soc. Dance 1,23 Soph. Play3 Sr. Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,31 Monitors 33 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1,2,33 Swimming 1,2. Class of '57 JOANNE MARGARET DERR She will answer all things faithfully Dramatics 1' Senior Band 12 3.4' Orbit 4: Soc. Dance 1 Class Dance Comm. 2 3 4' G.O , . Q 1!'5b ..' ,gl N 'C E ,- aa "' ' KENNETH o.DEvENs Men may rise on stepping stones. Science Film lg Intramurals 1, 23 Modern Dance lg Basketball s v 1 1 r sl' ty Club 3,43 Crew 2,33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2,3g Print Shop Club 13 Hobby Club lg Geography Club 1. IVOR FRANCIS DINGAE Ambition has no rest. Intramurals lg Coin Club 1 Baseball l,2,3,43 Soccer 43 Bas: ketball l32,3,43 Phys. Ed. Dem- onstration 1,2Q Pin-Up Club 2. Page 17 Wjffiv wi . mb, 1 w fffvw 17 N li 5 5 i M KORIN LOUISE ERICSON Fair and softly goes far. Glee Club 1,25 Modern Dance 15 Historical Club 1,25 Typing 25 Soc. Dance 1,25 Class Dance Comm. 1,25 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1,25 Swimming 1,2,3,4. Q5 Class of '57 THELMA EMMER The only way to have a friend is to be one. Photography Club 25 Orbit 45 Hist. Club 15 Social Dance Club 1,25 Sophomore Play 25 Art Club 1,25 Senior P1ay5 Junior Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,45 Basketball Con- cess. 35 G.O. 15 Phys. Ed. Dem- monstration 15 Swimming 2. BARBARA HELEN ENTRUP Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Art Club 25 Class Dance Comm. 2,3,45 Junior Prom. Comm.5 G.O. alternate 35 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 Nurses Club 25 First Aid Club 25 Geo- graphy Club 2. THOMAS FRANCIS ER-TS Forethought and prudence are the properties of a leader. A.V.A. 1,2,3,45 S o p h o m o r ef P1ay5 Baseball 2,3,45 Basket- ball 1,2,45 Soccer 25 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Junior Playg Open House Comm. 45 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,45 Junior Prom Comm.5 G.O. 1,2,4, Vice Presi- dent 35 Class Officer, President 45 G.O. Candidate 35 Christmas Cards Comm. 45 Student Board 3, . Page 18 V5 .SX MARGUERITE ELIZABETH PITZPATRICK An Irishman is always right. Dramatics 1,2Q Record 13 Cheerleading, Co-captain 1,2, Varsity 43 Social Dance Club 13 Sophomore Play 23 Class Dance Comm. l,2,3,43 G.O. 13 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2Q Question Box 2. Class of '57 RACHEL ANN FARRIER Her voice was ever so soft Dance Comm. 33 Question Box 23 Sewing Club 23 Swimming 1,2Q Pen Pal 2 DAVID ALLEN FENWICK A man of mighty means. Orbit 43 Record 1,2Q Class Dramatics 1,23 A.V.A. l,2,34 Modern Dance Club 1,2Q Social Dance Club 1,2Q Sophomore Play 23 Thespians 2,3,43 Soccer 23 Senior Playg Junior Play, Crew 23 Class Dance Comm. l,2,3,4Q Monitors 13 G.O. l,2,3. JAMES ARTHUR FLYNN Few things are impossible .to diligence and skill. Latin Club lg Senior Band 1, 23 Science Film 13 Intramurals 1,2Q Modern Dance Club 13 Or- bit-Assistant E d it o rg Social Dance Club 13 Baseball 1,2,4Q Basketball 1,2,43 Class Dance Comm. 13 Campaign Manager 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 13 National Honor Society 3,4Q G.O. Nominating Comm.3 Square Dance 2. Page 19 ROBERT WINFORD GILNACK Let every man do his best. Photography 2 5 Science Film 1, 25 Bachelors Club 15 Historical Club 1,25 Conservation 1,25 Current Events Club 1. Class of '57 JACQUELINE MARY PEACE Patience is a necessary ingredient of success. Glee Club 25 Orbit 45 Senior Playg Class Dance Comm. 25 First Aid Club 25 Swimming 1,2,35 Pen Pal 15 Christmas As- sembly 25 Golden River 25 Soc. Dance Club 2. JOHN I-'BEER In a certain sense, all men are historians. Dramatics 1,25 Hist. Club 1,2, 35 Coin Club 15 Class Dance Comm. 15 G.O. 35 F.T.A. 3,4. ' JULIA MAE GREEN The calm of self-reliance. Modern Dance 25' Typing Club 25 Sewing Club 25 Hobby Club 25 Knitting Club 2. Page 20 HELEN JUNE I-IAEGLER Silence that spoke. Millbrookg Glee Club 1,2,3g Hist. Club 13 Monitors 15 Li- brary Club 1,2,3. Class of '57 V VIRGINIA KAREN GREENE Grace was in all her steps Intramurals 1 2 Modern Dance 2 Typing 2 Phys Ed Demon stration 1 2 Swimming 13 D ' In s . 'W ve.. . ix ,fig ?i!f,., 9 Qrjf an-9' I , 9 5 . 5 -' -' . ' , I 1 MARY ANN GUGLIELMO Nothing ill can dwell in such a temple. Dramatics 1,2,3,4g Typing 1' Soc. Dance 1,2g Thespians 1,23 Senior Playg Junior Play: Class Dance Comm. 2,35 G.O. lg Class Officer, Secretary 1,2 4g Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1 29 National Honor Society 3,4' Current Events Club 1. I 1 JEANNE ELIZABETH HAI-IN One small candle may light a thousand. Conservation Club lg Typing 23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 13 Pen Pal 1. Page 21 BARBARA JOYCE HARVEY Laugh and be well. Debate 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 Modern Dance 1,25 Typing 25 Soc. Dance 1,25 Phys. Ed. Dem- onstration 1,25 Swimming 1,2,3. JOAN MARIE HENDERSON The sight of you is good for sore eyes. Make-up Club 15 Modern Dance 15 Hist. Club 25 Typing 25 Phys, Ed. Demonstration 1, 25 Knitting Club 15 Pen Pal 15 G.A.A. 1,2. HENRY ALEXANDER HOFMANN On stage he was natural. Photography 25 Dramatics 1,25 A.V.A. 1,2,3,45 Bachelors Club 15 Intramurals 1,25 Modern Dance 1.25 Soc. Dance 15 Soph. Playg Basketball 45 Junior Playg Senior Playg Class Dance Comm. 25 G.O. 15 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2. Page 22 ALBERTA IRONSIDE Good words are worth much. Red Hook: Intramurals 13 Hist. Club lg News Staff lg Class Dance Comm. 13 Basketball Concess. lg Football Concess. 19 Phys. Ed. Demonstration lg Roosevelt: Mural Club 23 Glee Club 25 Dramatics 25 A.V.A. 2, 33 Soc. Dance 23 Soph. Playg Art Club 23 Sr. Playg Jr. Play: Class Dance Comm. 2,3,4g Prom Comm. 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 2. Class of '57 DONALD JOHN HOLDEN Happiness seems made to share. A.V.A. 1,2,3,4g Golf Club l,2,3, 43 Hist. Club l,2,3,4g Sr. Playg Class Dance Comm. 2,33 Horse Show 2,35 Christmas Cards Comm. 43 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1.2. MARIS ANN HOPPS Youth comes but once in a lifetime. Poughkeepsie: G.O. 1,29 Soph Dance. MARGARET IRONSIDE Smiling always with serenity of countenance. Red Hook: Cheerleading 1, Glee Club lg Dramatics lg In- tramurals lg News Staff 13 Class Dance Comm. 15 Phys. Ed. Demonstration lg Roose- velt: Photography.2g Glee Club 25 Dramatics 2,3,4g A.V.A. 2,3, 4g Intramurals 2,3,43 Hist. Club 2g Soph. Playg Thespians 45 Sr. Playg Jr. Playg Class Dance Comm. 2,3,4g Prom Comm. 35 Christmas Card Comm. 4g Magazine Comm. 2g Phys. Ed. Demonstration 2. Page 23 s fzilifs. Photography 25 Science Film lg Intramurals 23 Modern Dance 23 Coin Club lg Basket- ball 23 Crew 23 Horse Show lg Pin-Up Club lg Geography Club 2. Class of '57 WILLIAM HENRY JANKE The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed. Senior Band 1234- Science Film 2' Intramurals 1' Base- ball 2' Football 3' Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1. it F fs . 12 1 fn , Q LJ!! '-X ff! .' l -KARL H. JOI-IANNESSEN A car can be an asset. Photography 1,23 Intramurals lg Record lg Football lg Junior Play 35 G.O. 1. FREDERICK WILLIAM JONES Your's is the earth and everything that's in it. Science Film Club 25 Bachelors Club 15 Intramurals lg Phys. Ed. Demonstration l,2. Page 24 THOMAS S. JONES He may have a message for the world. Science Film Club 1,23 Modern Dance lg Social Dance 23 Bas- ketba11'2g Crew 1,3. Class of '57 DE I. JONES therefore I am. 1,25 Art Club 1,2g 1,23 Class Dance Comm. 3,43 Basketball Con- cess. 33 Phys. Ed. Dfrnonstra- tion l,2. MARY KATHERINE JONES Neatness is a crowning glory. Glee Club 1,25 Dramatics 15 Modern Dance 1,29 Typing Club lg Class Dance Comm. 4g Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1g Question Box 1,2g Pen Pal 1,2. MICHAEL FHEDRICK KAHN We meet thee like a pleasant thought. Science Film Club 2g Bachel- ors Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2g Modern Dance lg Typing Club 2: Social Dance 1,23 Art Club 1,2,3,4g Track l,2g Class Dance Comm. 2, Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1. Page 25 RANDI LIV LANGEFOSS In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Make-up Club lg Historical Club 2g Typing 2g G.A.A. l,3g Sewing Club 23 Pen Pal 1. Class of '57 JOSEPH PETER KENNEDY A comrade not glum. Photography 23 Hist. Club 1,2, 3,4g Conservation 1,2,3,45 Soc- cer lg Class Dance Comm. 1,23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration lg Junior Band 13 Rifle Club 23 Horseback Riding Club 1. BARRY WILLIAM KEY Friend of all the world. JOSEPH ANTHONY LA ROSA Silence is the strength. Soccer 4. Page 26 ALICE PATRICIA ANN LONG Her loveliness is complete. Dramatics 1,25 Modern Dance Club 23 Record 1, Sophomore Pla yg Thespians 3,45 J uni o r Play, Director, U s h e r e t t eg Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4g Junior Prom Comm., Class Officer, Secretary 3g Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2,3g Swim- ming 15 Pen Pal 25 Square Dance Club 2. Class of '57 EDITH LORETTA LEE Not always is the largest the friend. Glee Club lg Intramurals lg Modern Dance Club 1,2g Social Dance Club 1,23 Basketball 1, 23 Soccer 1,25 Phys. Ed. Dem- onstration l,2. LINDA J' O LEIGH The days that make us happy make us wise. Intramurals 1,23 Historical Club 1,25 Art Club 1,25 Basketball 1,2g Class Dance Comm. 3,45 Basketball Concess. 35 Phys. Ed. Demonstration l,2. PATRICIA ANN LYON An essential of a happy life is freedom from care. Dramatics 1,2,3g Make-up Club- 1,2g Modern Dance Club 1, 23 Orbit 43 Cheerleading 1,2,3g Social Dance Club 1,25 Sopho- more Play, Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3g Junior Prom Comm., Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 Swimming 1,2,3,4. Page 27 RICHARD JOHN MacBRIEN Life is a game that must be played. aff' Modern Dance lg Record 1,2g Conservation 1,25 Typing 2' Class Dance Comm. 1,2. SANDRA ANN MAHONEY Imagination is an air of mind. Dramatics 1,25 Intramurals lg Modern Dance 1,25 Orbit 4g Record l,2g Soc. Dance 1,2g Soph. Playg Jr. Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1,23 Question Box 29 First Aid Club 23 Swimming 1, 2,3,4g Pen Pal 25 Square Dance C ROLAQRSQERMAN Club 2g Cheerleading Club 1. Qi You have no sorrow in your song. A.V.A. lg Science Film ly In- tramurals l,2g Record lg Con- servation 1,2g Typing 2: Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,23 Print Shop Club 25 Rifle Club 2. GREGORY JOHN MATTHEWS Have little care that life is brief. Science Film lg Bachelors Club 15 Intramurals 1,2,3g Con- servation 1,2,3g Football 2,3,4g- Varsity Club 3,4g G.O. 35 Horse Show 1,23 Phys. Ed. Demon- stration 1,2g Current Events Club 1. Class of '57 XY ywrililw - Q ,. i 1' I Donor:-:Y ELIZABETH S.. X L MCCARTY gg, Irv A merry heart makes a cheery 15 G'f"f countenance. I' Photography 2g D r a m at i c s Club 1,2Q Cheerleading Club 1, 23 J ayvee Cheerleading 1,22 Varsity Cheerleading 3, Capt. 43 Sophomore Playg Thespian Club 33 Prom Comm. 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2,33 Horseback Riding Club 13 Swimming 1,2,33 Pen Pal 1. ,ZX I' N73 Q W FLORENCE PAYE MOORE Not always do words portray the individual. Glee Club 23 Dramatics 23 Make-up Club lg Sophomore Play3 Horse Show 13 Knitting Club 13 Pen Pal 1. E Class of '57 JACQUELINE ANN McCORMACK I have a heart with room for every joy. Photography 2g Dramatics 1,23 Science Club 13 Orbit 43 Cheer- leading, Varsity 4g Sophomore Playg Thespian Club 23 Class Dance Commj 1,2,3,43 Prom. Comm. 33 Basketball Concess. 33 Campaign Manager 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2Q Swim- ming 33 Sewing Club 2. RICHARD ROGER MOORE Give me the hand that is honest and hearty. Science Film Club 23 Intra- murals 1,23 Modern Dance 1 Historical Club 13 Baseball 1 Class Dance Comm. 23 Physf Ed. Demonstration 13 Horse- back Riding 1. Page 29 PRUDENCE PENNY PELTON The best counsel is that of woman. Photography 2, Dramatics 1,25 A.V.A. l,2,3,4g Modern Dance 1,23 Orbit'4g Hist. Club 1,23 Cheerleading lg Soc. Dance 1, 2, Sophomore Play 25 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4g Prom Comm. 35 Monitors 1,2,3g Sta- tionery Comm. 35 G.O. 1,25 Christmas Cards Comm. 4, Magazine Comm. 23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration lg Swimming 1,2,3. Class of '57 WILLIAM RICHARD MORRIS Free as the breeze and unshackled. Dramatics 1, A.V.A. 2, Intra- murals 1,2g Modern Dance 15 Hist. Club 1, Soc. Dance 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Soccer 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4g Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3g Class Officer, Vice Presi- dent 1,23 Horse Show 1, Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2. GEORGE EDWARD O'DELL Wings for the angels but feet for men. Intramurals 1,25 Basketball 2g Soccer 1234- Varsity Club 2, 3,4g Class' Dance Comm. lg G.O. 3g Phys. Ed. Demonstra- tion 1,2,3,4g Rifle Club lg Geo- graphy Club 1. LINDA JUNE PETTY Charm is the key to success. Arlington: Glee Club lg Dra- matics 1. Roosevelt: Hist. Club 23 Typing 2, Art Club 25 Class Dance Comm. 2,3,4g Prom Comm. 3, Question Box 2, Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Cheerleaders Club 2. Page 30 ROBERT EDWARD QUINT No man is born into the world whose work lis not born with 1m. Science Film 15 Golf Club 15 Bachelors Club 1,25 Intramu- rals 13 Modern Dance 1,25 Soc. Dance 13 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3g Monitors 1,23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 Print Shop 25 Rifle Club 1,2. Class of '57 PENELOPE STURGESS PHELPS The more one works the more one is willing to work. Photography 2g Glee Club 15 Dramatics lg A.V.A. 1,2,3,4g Orbit 43 Historical Club 1,25 Soc. Dance 1, Sophomore Dance 25 Senior Playg Junior Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,2, 3,43 Ring Comm. 3g Basketball Concess. 35 Stationery Comm. 3g Class Officer 1,2,3,4g Cam- paign Manager 3g Christmas Cards Comm. 43 National Hon- or Society 3,4g Swimming 3. BEVERLY ROSE PITTMAN She flies with her own wings. Dramatics 1,2,3,4p Make-up Club 1,23 Modern Dance 1,2g Orbit 43 Record 1,2g Typing 1, 23 Soc. Dance 1,23 Sophomore Play, Class Dance Comm. 1,2, 45 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1, 25 Question Box, President 1, 25 Sewing Club 1, DYWYK Clubg Cheerleading 15 Basket- ball 1,2g Class Trip Committee 4: Soc. Dance 1,2. JOHN RABIDOU The busy bee has no time for sorrow: Arlington: Conservation Club 1,2,3g F.F.A. 1,2,3g Inter-class Basketball 1,2,3g Track 1. Page 31 Y l ANTON RINGS A short saying often contains much wisdom. Science Film lg Conservation 1,2. Class of '57 NANCY JEAN RIEDINGER Add little to little and there will be a great heap. Glee Club 1,29 Dramatics 1,23 Make-up Club 13 Modern Dance Club 1,23 Cheerleading lg Social Dance Club 1,23 Sophomore Playg Senior Playg Junior Playg Class Dance Comm. 1,23 Questichi Box 15 Pin-up Club lg Swimming 1,2. WILLIAM DONALD RIEDINGER Time is but the stream I go a-fishin' in. Senior Band 1,2g Intramurals 1,25 Rifle Club 1,2. ROBERT V. RUDLER To be awake is to be alive Science Film 1,23 Modern Dance Club 1,2g Historical Club lg Horse Show 1g Phys Ed. Demonstration 19 Rifle Club 2. Page 32 SHIRLEY MARTHA STALKER A kind act is never lost. Modern Dance 13 Locker Moni- tor lg Knitting Club 1. Class of '57 sg, E DANIEL PATRICK RYAN The good are always merry. Science Club 1,2g Intramurals 25 Modern Dance lg Conserva- tion 13 Crew 23 Class Dance Comm. 1,2. KENNETH GODFREY SCHWARTZ Our influence can fall where we ourselves cannot be. Science Club 1,25 Golf Club 1, 23 Modern Dance lg Coin Club lg Social Dance 1,25 Golf Team 1,2,3,4g Phys. Ed. Demonstra- tion lg Rifle Club 2. GERALD ROGER STICKLE I learn and loaf at my ease. Golf Club lg Bachelors Club lg Intramurals 1,25 Modern Dance 13 Social Dance lg Football lg Class Dance Comm. 1,23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2g Print Shop Club 25 Rifle Club 1, President 2. Page 33 Sli? ' sie! LUCY PATRICIA TAYLOR Blessings ever wait on virtuous deeds. South Glens Falls: Cafeteria Asst. 2g Newspaper Club 3g Li- brary Club 3g Business Club 35 Junior Playg Open House Comm. lg Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Monitors 1,2. Class of '57 MARTHA MAY STREVER Wisdom is the principal thing Science Film 2 Orbit 4 Hist Club 2' Basketball 12- Class Dance Comm. 24g Monitors 1 2,3,4g F.T.A. 3,4g National Hon- imr Society 3,43 Geography Club ROBERT HOWARD SUNDERLAND Farewell and give me your applause. Senior Band l,2g Intramurals 1,25 Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Class Dance Comm. 1,2, 33 Asst. Campaign Manager 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 13 Pin-up Club 2. ROBERT THOMAS Be silent and be counted a philosopher. Page 34 BARBARA MAY TOZZI Everything you see glitter is not gold. Poughkeepsie: Debate 15 Bee- hive 1,25 Sophomore Play Basketball 15 Bowling 1,2 Roosevelt: Class Trip Comm. 4f Class of '57 BARBARA LOUISE TITUS Many are called but few are chosen. Glee Club 25 Intramurals 15 Social Dance Club 15 Senior P1ay5 Junior P1ay5 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,35 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 First Aid Club 25 National Honor Socie- ty 3,45 Swimming 1,2,3. CHARLES BARRY TITUS It is the tone that makes the music. Senior Band 1,2,3,45 Orbit 45 Baseball 35 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,45 Monitors 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Empire Boys' State 35 Class Trip Comm. 4. I 'PIR- Wil" ji . 61 A la' ,,3,.,ff'ZffNifZuW we FREDERICK EUGENE TRANI. JR. A great man is made up of great qualities. Dramatics 1,25 Senior Band 1,2, 3,45 Orbit 45 Sophomore Playg Thespians 3,45 B a s k e t b all- Manager 15 Soccer 2,3,45 Var- sity Club 3,45 Senior Playg Jun- ior Playg Crew 2,35 Class Dance Comm. 1,2,3,45 Junior Prom Comm.5 Monitors 1,2,3, Captain 45 Class Officer, Vice Pres. 45 Campaign Manager 35 Empire Boys' State 35 G.O. Nominating Comm. 3. 0f"'C XC! LORRAINE ANN VAN DE WATER Imagination is as good as many voyages. M i ll b r o o k Memorial: Glee Club 1,2g Modern Dance 1,23 Library Club 1,29 Class Dance Comm. 1,23 Sewing 2. Class of '57 ALICE C. TRAVIS It is only the first step that is difficult. Dramatics 25 Debate 23 Science Film lg Intramurals 1,2g Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2. FRANK LOUIS VAN BUSKIRK He is what heshould be Bachelors Club lg Intramurals 1,2g Football 1,25 Track 1,23 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2g Rifle Club 1. SUE ELAINE VANDEWATER There is nothing either good or bad. Glee Club lg Dramatics 2g Sci- ence Film 1,2g Orbit 45 Soc. Dance 2. Page 36 BARBARA ANN WAGNER No one can love and be wise at the same time. Record lg Typing Club 2g Jun- ior Playg Class Dance Comm. 2,33 Ring Comm. 35 G.O. 2 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 National Honor Society 3,4. Class of '57 JEAN ELLEN VAN SLYKE Why should the devil have all the good times? Dramatics lg A.V.A. 2,33 Twirl- ing 2,3,4g Historical Club Presi- dent 13 Record lg Social Dance lg Class Dance Comm. 1,2, Chairman 3,45 Junior Prom. Comm.g Stationery Comm. 13 G.O. 1,23 Magazine Comm. 13 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1: Historical Club Dance 1. LOUISE VAN VLIET Diligence is skill. 9 Photography 23 Senior Band 1, 2,3,4g Science Club lg Orbit 43 Historical Club 2g Basketball 1,2g G.A.A. lg Class Dance Comm. 2,43 Basketball Concess. 3, Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2. DOROTHY ANN WAGNER About everything and more besides. Millbrook: Glee Club 13 Sew- ing Club 2,35 Class Treasurer 33 Dramatics, Vice President 3. Roosevelt: Class Dance Comm. 4. Page 37 15 J' HENRY JOHN WALIGORA Silence IS power Bachelors Club 1 Hist Club 2 Geography Club 1 Library Club 1 WILLIAM FREDRICK WEISS A patient man is a pattern for a king. Bachelors Club 1,23 Intramur- als 1,25 Modern Dance 1,22 Conservation 23 Soc. Dance 13 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Football 2,3,4: Varsity Club 3,43 Phys. Ed Demonstration 1,2.- Class of '57 MICHAEL DILLON WARD Manners make the man. Dramatics 1 2 3 4 A V A 1 , , , 3 . . . 12 3,42 Science Film 23 Bachelors Club 13 Modern Dance 51,22 Soph. Playg Thespians 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,23 Football 2,33 Var- sity Club 3,43 Jr. Play3 Sr. Playg Class Dance Comm. l,2, 3,43 Jr. Prom Comm.3 Monit- ors 2,3,43 Ring Comm. 33 G.O. 2,33 Class Officer, Pres. 33 Campaign Manager 33 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 13 Crew 3 JOHN FITCHETT WELCH The reward of merit. Arlington: Baseball 1. Roose- velt: Intramurals 23 Orbit 43 Baseball 2,3,43 Basketball 233,43 Soccer 2,33 Varsity Clubi 3,43 Open House Comm. 3,43 Class Dance Comm. 43 G.O. Presi- dent 4g G.O. Candidate 33 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4. Page 38 CAROL ANN WOHLFAI-IRT A big book is a big nuisance. Glee Club 25 Orbit 45 Junior Playg Senior Playg Question Box 15 First Aid Club 25 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Golden Riv- er . Class of '57 LYNNE ELAINE WILSON Let us live while we live. Orbit 45 Soc. Dance 15 Basket- ball 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,25 Question Box 25 Swimming 1,2,3. CLIVE C. WINSLOW Personality is to a man what perfume is to a flower. Soc. Dance 25 Crew 2,35 Class Dance Comm. 2. HILDA EVELYN WOOLEY Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no fibs. Modern Dance 1,25 Soc. Dance 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Class Dance Comm. 45 Phys. Ed. Demonstration 1,2,35 Question Box 1,25 Knitting Club 1,25 Swimming 1,2,35 Pen Pal 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 Square Dance 1.2. Page 39 To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To LAST WILL LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Mr. Clauss, THE CLASS OF '57 leaves congratulations on a job well done and their sincerest thanks. the school, the class leaves radar for the parking lot. Miss Wood, the class leaves a golden whistle. Mr. Simmons, the class leaves a bound col- lection of his jokes. Carol Faust, ALICE TRAVIS leaves a book on how to laugh six different ways. Joanne Brenner, SANDY MAHONEY leaves her new method of getting fat or Cin case that failsj a giant box of candy. Harlene Lasher, DOTTIE McCARTY leaves her love of jewelry. Jimmy Pitcher, DICK MOORE leaves his bashfulness. Melvin Lansing, GEORGE O'DELL leaves his ability to get to homeroom on time. Joanna Berryann, LINDA PETTY leaves her speed certificates in shorthand. a car-loving junior, GERT JONES leaves her know-how on cars. Barb Jubinsky, BEV PITTMAN leaves her mother's advice on "How to be a Cover Girl". - Michele O'Neil, NANCY RIEDINGER leaves her sophisticated disposition. A Alan Wexler, BILL RIEDINGER leaves his camera shyness. - a smart junior, ANTON RINGS leaves his science notebooks. Tom Van Tassell, BOB RUDLER leaves a grease cloth to clean his rifle. animal lovers, KENNY SCHWARTZ leaves a book on how to train squirrels. Linda Kane, SHIRLEY STALKER leaves a new RDX Plan on how to gain weight. Alan Quint, GERRY STICKLES leaves all the sawdust in the shop. Barry Deeb, BOB THOMAS leaves his nice manners. , Cathy Zeleznick, BARBARA TITUS leaves her ability to study in a noisy study hall. any French student, BARRY TITUS leaves his powerful French vocabulary. any junior who needs a wig, DAVE FEN- WICK leaves his curly locks. J immy Gilbert, ROGER CRAPSER leaves a well kicked soccer ball. George Cole, DIANE DECKER leaves a well used book entitled "Safe Driving at High Speeds". Wesley Henion, GEORGE DEEB leaves his position at the Clinton Corners square dances. Carol Kardas, JOANNE DERR leaves her out-of-tune clarinet. Jimmy Quinn and Brent Smith, IKE DIN- GAE and BILL MORRIS leave their formula for staying out of trouble. To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To Verna Place, BARBARA ENTRUP leaves her diamond ring cleaner. Barbara Lynch, KORIN ERICSON ,leaves her long blond tresses. Jan Creighton, and Dick Knoth, MARGE FITZPATRICK and GEORGE JOHNSON leave their happy-go-lucky attitudes. Ronnie Keene, JIMMY FLYNN leavesihis status of best-dressed. any junior, JOHN FREER leaves hispjcol- lection of antiques. it sssi Q if A Carol Holman, JULIE GREEN leavesjher between-class snacks. g Lucy Cappo, HELEN HAEGLER leaves a worn out typewriter eraser. Barbara Clements, JEANNE HAHN leaves her quiet and shy ways. Alice Corbo, MARY ANN GUGLIELMO leaves her many Worn out play books. Carol Allegrante, BARBARA HARVEY leaves some of her devilishness. any junior, JOAN HENDERSON leaves her favorite song "Don't Cry Joe". s A Judy Bradt, J EANNE COMISKEY leaves her status as little mother to the junior irls. 'Jiom Patton, TOMMY JONES leaves his place in Miss Wood's heart. J Eugene Gumienny, HANK HOFMANN leaves his status as father to the junior irls. 'Tommy Richards, RICHARD ANDREWS leaves his old dancing shoes. s any junior, FRED ANDROS leaves his seat in front of Miss Wood's office. any tired junior, ALAN ASPBURY leaves his sleeping bag for use in study hall. a junior girl, PAT BADAMI leaves her seat in the I. B. M. Cadillac. g I , Carol Erts, KAY BIRCHALL leaves ia lifetime pass to the library. L ,lei 1 the next drum majorette, JANE BIRCH- ER leaves her adhesive tape for those long parades. s c Sandy Rose, MARY LOU BISHOP leaves her old alcove locker - full of junk. Carol Zwecker, MARGARET BLACK- BURN and GORDEN HERZFELD leave their well worn saddles. A Brenda Forbes, SUE BOCK leavesiher monitor post in front of the lockers. any junior boy, RUSSELL BOCKEEsand EMERSON COLE leave their interest in girls. , Wayne Wilhelm, VINCENT BUCK leaves his jovial humor. Lewis Williams and Bill Peabody, ED BURNETT and BOB GILNACK leave a bottle of vitamins to give them extra zip to wade through Regents. Tony Dalbo, GEORGE CACCOMA leaves his book of eligible dates in Fairview. Bruce Waligora, PETE CARSWELL leaves a pick and shovel so he can wade through his homework. A DTESTAME T Carol Smith, RONNIE CERRONE leaves his chair in the art room. a future A.V.A. student, DEAN CHAP- MAN leaves his broom to sweep the pro- ijection room. Elise Durr, ANN COHIG leaves her digni- fied manner. Don Adams, PENNY PELTON. PENNY PHELPS. and CHARLYN CHLANDA leave some good advice on how to follow instructions in chemistry class. any junior, LIZ CHRISTENSEN leaves her headaches about the class trip. Donna Taylor, PATTIE COLE leaves a helpful hint on how to get along with the opposite sex. a roller-skating lover, LORRAINE VAN DE WATER leaves her roller skates to be used at the Avalon. any junior, SUE VANDEWATER leaves her tube of ungentine for next year's chemistry class. Bruce DuBois, JEAN VAN SLYKE leaves her winning smile and love of fun. Carol Medlin, LOUISE VAN VLIET leav- es her love for studying. Delores Cory, BARBARA WAGNER leaves a big jar of bobby pins for her long hair. Gert Daley, DOTTIE WAGNER leaves a small pocket book on the art of throw- ing paper wads and smiling at the same time. Andy Dahl, HENRY WALIGORA leaves his quiet but thoughtful ways. Frank Guglielmo, MIKE WARD leaves his, good looks. any junior, TOM ERTS. JOHN WELCH. and RICKY TRANI leave a map of favor- ite hunting spots with the hope that some- one will be luckier than they. Ronnie Klaproth, BILL WEISS leaves one tired old football shirt. Greta Lauridsen, LYNNE W I L S O N leaves her well used motocycle boots and black leather jacket. some junior boy, CLIVE WINSLOW leaves his latest book "Getting Along With Girls". Roberta Wright, CAROL WOHLFAHRT leaves some helpful hints on how to get tall. Laura Bowman, HILDA WOOLEY leaves her know how on how to attract boys. Hal Cutten, FRED JONES leaves the supervision of the woodshop. Gwen Luty, JACKIE McCORMACK leaves her ability to get along with par- ents. the next "Orbit" editor, GINNY BURKE leaves a year's supply of pencils complete with carbon erasers. Pat Barrett, THELMA EMMER leaves "A Girl's Handbook of Jokes". any junior boy, MIKE KAHN leaves his long wavy hair. a junior boy, DANNY RYAN leaves his large collection of Elvis Presley shirts. Bob Severing, BOB OUINT leaves his pet lion "Herman". Janet Cook, MARTHA STREVER leaves her trials and tribulations of patroling the school corridors. Norman Smith, LUCY TAYLOR leaves her place at the Green Tree Park bus stop. Bernie Marchese, BARBARA TOZZI and GINNY GREENE leave their thinking caps for senior social studies. Timothy Muenser, DONALD HOLDEN leaves his thriving gravestone business. any junior, MARIS HOPPS leaves her wonderful way of getting along with others. , Judy Baker, BILL J ANKE leaves his bot- tle of H2O2. Bill Fenwick, PETE KENNEDY leaves his County Fair cow. Gary Palmer, BARRY KEY leaves his "Ed Sullivan" smile. Louise Miscione, RANDI LANGEFOSS leaves her bar bells. Donny Briggs, JOE LA ROSA leaves an autographed record of "Black Denim Trousers". Pat Kardas, EDIE LEE leaves three easy lessons on how to R-O-C-K. Lucy Curran, LINDA LEIGH leaves her newly published jokebook. some junior, ALICE LONG leaves her pleasing personality. Patsy Newman, PAT LYON leaves her constant joke-telling. John Williams, D I C K I E MacBRIEN leaves his new interpretation of the RDX plan. Jay Eitzen, ROLAND MARTIN leaves some tips on how not to be late for school. John Blakely, JACK MATTHEWS leaves some hints on how to care for red hair. Faythe Linser, FAY MOORE leaves her well worn dungarees. two good friends in the junior class, EL- LEN DICKINSON and PAULINE COOK- INHAM leave their everlasting friend- ship. Skip Kalamus, KARL JOHANNESSEN leaves his waterproof seatcovers. the junior that goes to Cornell week- ends, BOB SUNDERLAND leaves his trunk and suitcases. Eugene Triola, RACHEL FARRIER leaves her know-how on mixing elements in the .Science lab. some junior, JACKIE FRACE leaves her willingness to work. Brenda Byrum, MARY JONES leaves her place at the bus stop. any junior, MAGGIE and BERTIE IRON- SIDE leave their autobiography "Sisters Can Be Fun". a junior boy, KENNY DEVENS leaves his ability to ride a scooter. C ASS Ten years from now we find the members of the Class of 1957 spreading their many talents throughout the world. VINCENT BUCK is television's leading comedian and is outrating Jackie Gleason. BOB SUNDERLAND writes all of his jokes and SKIPPY WINSLOW is the chief janitor in the studio. PAT BADAMI and MAGGIE IRONSIDES are each bouncing on their bosses' knees. What fun it is to be a private secretary. KARL JOHANNESSEN is testing ciga- rettes for Reynolds Company. JEANNE COMISKEY and JEANNE HA- HN have each grown a foot after using RACHEL FARRIER'S growing pills. GEORGE DEEB has erected a huge build- ing in which square dances are held every night of the week. GINNY BURKE and PAT COLE are still trying to pass their drivers' examination, but Inspector ALAN ASPBURY is giving them a hard time. BARRY TITUS and RICK TRANI are being featured in the Salvation Army Band. GEORGE JOHNSON has been voted the most cheerful pro-basketball player. BARRY KEY is the president of the Tweety Bird Airlines and LINDA PETTY is a stewardess. MIKE WARD is busy watching the airplanes go by. MARTHA STREVER is teaching BOB RUDLER and DICK MOORE Auto Mechan- ics. BARBARA HARVEY and GERT JONES are going all over the world teaching people how to play basketball. TOM ERTS and DAN RYAN are cracker stackers for the Mickey Mouse Cracker Com- pany. ALICE LONG was recently elected presi- dent of the Lonely Hearts' Club. BARBARA TITUS. first woman mayor of Poughkeepsie, has proclaimed that Saddie Hawkins day will be official. FRED ANDROS and GERRY STICKLES are receiving high honors for their recent book "IO Easy Ways to Shoot a Deer". SANDY MAHONEY is head nurse at St. Francis Hospital with JACKIE McCOR- MACK as her assistant. PENNY PELTON is the new manager of the Waldolf Astoria. JOHN FREER, noted historian, has re- cently lectured on the history of the CLASS OF 1957. ROGER CRAPSER has just joined LOU- ISE VAN VLIET'S All-Star Soccer Team. JANE BIRCHER and MARGIE FITZPAT- RICK are conversing daily, over their back- yard fence, about their dozen kids. MARGARET BLACKBURN and FAYE MOORE are doing well at their "Ride with Ease" riding Academy. JULIA GREEN has recently opened a school to teach quietness. BARBARA TOZZI and LIZ CHRISTENSEN were the first to enroll. DAVE FENWICK just received the Oscar of 1967, for his performance in "Bathing Beauties". SUZIE BOCK is still the "Best square dancer in the U.S.". JACK MATTHEWS and BILL WEISS are teaching the Vassar College girls how to play football. MIKE KAHN is still under the hood of his car. J EAN NE VAN SLYKE is telling her child- ren about her adventure living in a log cabin. BARBARA WAGNER and KORIN ERIC- SON have applied to be Coach Decker's sec- retary. ALICE TRAVIS has a tea shoppe and ANN COHIG. her cashier, is her best cus- tomer. DICK ANDREWS has a variety show which features BOB OUINT telling his stor- ies. Page 42 PROPHECY DICK MacBRIEN is the manager of a Super Market and is taking his profits out in eats for himself. GORDON HERZFELD and FRED JONES are on K.P. duty for the Army. CAROL WOHLFAHRT is president of the elevator shoe firm. KEN SCHWARTZ has spent the last ten years looking for lost golf balls. KAY BIRCHALL and LUCY TAYLOR are testing mattresses for the sleep-soft mat- tress company, whose president is HILDA WOOLEY. DOT WAGNER and SUE VANDEWATER are nursing Rooseve1t's football heroes at Vassar Hospital. BILL MORRIS and IKE DINGAE are competing for the world tiddlywink champ- ionship. GEORGE O'DELL has been snatched by Game Warden HANK WALIGORA for hunt- ing deer out of season. LINDA LEIGH. 4-H leader, is showing NANCY RIEDINGER and CHARLYN CH- LANDA how to make a cake without using flour. MARY JONES has just been chosen "The Gum Snapper Champion for l967." MARY LOU BISHOP was runner up. JOHNNIE WELCH. chief photographer of Esquire, has signed two new models, PAU- LINE COOKINHAM and JOAN HENDER- SON. JOANNE DERR has just beaten Benny Goodman for the title of World's Greatest Clarinetist. MARY ANN GUGLIELMO is now in her third season as leading lady in the Broadway play 'tHarnlet". Her leading man is none other than HANK HOFMANN. PETE KENNEDY and EMERSON COLE are fighting over who has the better cows. PETE CARSWELL has just made a hit recording of "The Happy Whistler". KEN DEVENS. BILL JANKE. and TOM JONES are henpecked husbands. Page ., :U . 2- I x rl I E S si 2-S. . :xi ,. I ,fi If lil. .S fx I A if ' 'ik ,. .xi 1' L ...- W -2 A f x 'lk - X . . i . .ae -TT? ,Mx 5, -. ,I ALBERTA IRONSIDESSE' limi 'V' Q CERRONE are drawing caIftoons3for,f.Walt? f t-ifj Disney's new movie. is gif I QQLQ BILL RIEDINGER and J.QE.gI.gA .gRos'Aggf are just taking life easy. -fi 5 tir jg . THELMA EMMER has frnsieiifed Est 5 powder which comes off 535155515iespecigi1'1g?,.j made for gym class use. Qj. Q SHIRLEY STALKER haggpgggttlip-ftrme.5j.Q 255555 ' j babysitting for BARBARAlEi159U?B.UPi4?H!i f GINNY GREEN. Q Aiiitli ii-ii i X' A HELEN HAEGLER is h . .tliitgi-fjd,, . S ampoo ig? BEV PITMAN and MAIgggi3gtQ121 f.X3,.g.... selling popcorn and hot dogaigfgti-iSbQf.g'f. 52555 52 Grounds. gig 5215 g . Sa 1 if . RANDI 1-ANGHFOSS . PENNY PHELPS. first .I New York State. Q S ' GEORGE CACCOMA. Ui hopes to win another gold ' Si - . JIM FLYNN'S Yankees fi gili ifgpfy World series to the ANTON RINGS is mong' assistant. LYNN wILsoN is presidg j a n motorcycle firm in the gm R K kk w .Qk,X.li?YxS.1tk.k ij .. 1 it I EDITH LEE and PAT instructors for Arthur 3. RUSSELL BOCKEE is chickens needed for ED BU ' l ',jQ'.,, e'j. Hit fi g p, Ag. .. ..E .E sw., F. ,.,.iF.Qg.,zg.t 3 . le lI'IT1. - 535' il' 3555. f'E5fs.gE .L'ii 5. . 5 S DEAN CHAPMAN is t0g pamgQ5.forsZiga55g5Zgg5 MGM. 25 l.l 'Ye . f DIANA DECKER is a Harvard University. 35 I gf.TgE,i1E5i,- q S-fl. if .. 1 K P1 K DoT MCCARTY and J gjE.,iERAcE,p5 nurses, are scheduled to r fei MARTIN'S tonsils if he eve' pstal1frEineg5 5 ELLEN DICKINSON 51fLoRRAINE'j VAN DE WATER are shor iaerj cqaks. inj -it BOB GILNACK'S diner. . A, Bos THOMAS and Dog :-IOLDEN areal .fr In Africa hunting for lions. ' I N . ' ' :fi if Q .I iii. Most Respected Dean and Penny Class Jokers Jackie and Don Most Versatile Rick and Ginny Most Artistic Alberta and Ronnie Best Dressed Mary Ann and Jim Most Talkative Bob and Liz Best Dancers Jean and Bill Hardest Workers Tom and Diana Most Flirtations Page 44 Karl and Dot Most Dramatic Dave and Mary Ann Most Athletic Ike and Gert Best Lookmg Mike and Dot Most Carefree Pete and Patty Most Musical Louise and Barry Most Cheerful Rick and Marge Most Lxkeay to u Succeed G1nny and Dean B951 MBUUQYW Most Popular Pat and B111 Page 45 Bill and Jackie NAME Richard Andrews Fred Andros Alan Aspbury Patricia Badami Kathryn Birchall Jane Bircher Mary Lou Bishop Margaret Blackburn Susan Bock Russell Bockee James Vincent Buck Virginia Burke Edward Burnett George Caccoma Peter Carswell Ronald Cerrone Dean Chapman Charlyn Chlanda Elizabeth Christensen Ann Cohig Emerson Cole Patricia Cole Jean Comiskey Pauline Cookinham Roger Crapser Diana Decker George Deeb Jr. Joanne Derr Kenneth Devens Ellen Dickinson Ivor Dingae Thelma Emmer Barbara Entrup Korin Ericson Thomas Erts Rachel Farrier David Fenwick Marguerite Fitzpatrick James Flynn Jacqueline Frace John Freer Robert Gilnack Julia Green Virginia Green Mary Ann Guglielmo Helen Haegler Jeanne Hahn Barbara Harvey Joan Henderson Gordon Herzfeld Henry Hofmann Donald Holden Maris Hopps Alberta Ironside Margaret Ironside William Janke Karl Johannessen George Johnson Frederick Jones Gertrude Jones S IOR ADDRESS 53 Wilmar Terrace, Poughkeepsie East Dorsey Lane, Poughkeepsie Salt Point Cronk Place, Hyde Park Chi1dren's Home, Poughkeepsie Salt Point 9 Peter Cooper Dr., Poughkeepsie Quaker Lane, Hyde Park Hollow Road, Clinton Corners Halstead Dr., Hyde Park Salt Point 110 Morris Dr., Hyde Park Clinton Hollow Rd., Salt Point 88 Buckingham Ave., Poughkeepsie Haviland Rd., Poughkepsie R.D. 1541, Hyde Park East Dorsey Lane, Poughkeepsie North Rd., Poughkeepsie 26 West Cedar St., Poughkeepsie Bircher Ave., Poughkeepsie Salt Point 47 Springwood Village, Hyde Park Bircher Ave., Poughkeepsie Hilltop Rd., Poughkeepsie 22 Post Rd., Hyde Park 26 Woodlawn Ave., Poughkeepsie Hollow Rd., Clinton Corners Fallkill Rd., Hyde Park Haviland Rd., Poughkeepsie Mill Rd., Hyde Park 91 Violet Ave., Poughkeepsie H.R.S.H., Poughkeepsie Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park West Dorsey Lane, Hyde Park 24 Kirchner Ave., Hyde Park Prince Rd., Hyde Park Rogers Rd., Hyde Park Salt Point Violet Ave., Hyde Park 64 Buckingham Ave., Poughkeepsie Pine Woods Rd., Hyde Park 7 Park Place, Hyde Park 31 Salt Point Tpk., Poughkeepsie Violet Ave., Hyde Park Haviland Rd., Poughkeepsie Cream St., Poughkeepsie Salt Point Yates Ave., Poughkeepsie Violet Ave., Hyde Park Staatsburg Bircher Ave., Poughkeepsie H.R.S.H., Poughkeepsie 22 Peter Cooper Dr., Poughkeepsie 17 Cedar Lane, Poughkeepsie 17-Cedar Lane, Poughkeepsie 21 Chestnut St., Poughkeepsie Violet Ave., Hyde Park Greek Rd.. Poughkeepsie Nub St., Hyde Park Nub St., Hyde Park Page 46 BIRTHDAY January 31 April 23 March 29 April 10 June 7 December 25 May 25 January 20 June 5 March 29 May 5 January 9 March 3 February 15 October 14 March 15 June 8 April 3 March 25 March 30 April 11 September 9 ' July 18 October 2 August 13 June 8 July 8 April 29 September 8 November 29 November 4 October 12 March 5 June 10 April 2 October 20 March 15 September 13 May 7 April 30 October 25 May 27 February 17 November 16 February 9 May 29 June 12 October 8 October 14 April 20 April 21 June 25 November 7 November 14 November 14 October 15 February 27 January 12 March 28 April 9 AMBITION Tap Dancer Mechanic Farmer Secretary Teacher Private Secretary Business Horse Trainer Nurse Accountant Insurance Agent Medical Technologist Electrical Engineer Mechanical Engineer Game Protector Art Teacher Electrical Engineer Teacher Nurse Medical Secretary Farmer Singer Teacher Secretary Electronic Technician Nurse Agriculturalist Nurse Electrician Model Engineer Medical Technologist Nurse Secretary Civil Engineer Nurse Actor Bookkeeper Naval Pilot Nurse Curator Business Dietitian Homemaker Secretary Beautician Secretary Physical Education Director Secretary Cowboy Aviator Business Beautician Business Secretary Butcher Draftsman Biologist Mechanic Air Force NAME Mary Jones Thomas Jones Michael Kahn J. Peter Kennedy Barry Key Randi Langeioss Joseph La Rosa Edith Lee Linda Leigh Alice Long Patricia Lyon Richard MacBrien Sandra Mahoney Roland Martin G. John Matthews Dorothy McCarty Jacqueline McCormack Florence Moore Richard Moore William Morris George O'Dell Prudence Pelton Linda Petty Penelope Phelps Beverly Pittman Robert Quint John Rabidow Nancy Riedinger William Riedinger Anton Rings Robert Rudler Daniel Ryan Kenneth Schwartz Shirley Stalker Gerald Stickle Martha Strever Robert Sunderland Lucy Taylor Robert Thomas Barbara Titus C. Barry Titus Barbara Tozzi Frederick Trani Jr Alice Travis Frank Van Buskirk Lorraine Van De Water Sue Vandewater Jean Van Slyke Louise Van Vliet Barbara Wagner Dorothy Wagner Henry Waligora Michael Ward William Weiss Jr. John Welch Lynne Wilson Clive Winslow Carol Wohlfahrt Hilda Wooley DIRECTORY ADDRESS 41 Kelsey Rd., Poughkeepsie 6 Cobey Terrace, Poughkeepsie Fallkill Rd., Hyde Park Millbrook 23 Garden St., Hyde Park 13 Van Wyck Dr., Poughkeepsie Haviland Rd., Poughkeepsie Haviland Rd., Poughkeepsie Clinton Corners East Park Rd., Hyde Park Violet Ave., Hyde Park 90 Fairview Ave., Poughkeepsie 25 East Cedar St., Poughkeepsie East Dorsey Lane, Poughkeepsie Salt Point Creek Rd., Poughkeepsie Salt Point Rd., Poughkeepsie Melville Rd., Hyde Park 21 Adam St., Poughkeepsie 7 Miller Pl., Poughkeepsie 8 Yates Ave., Poughkeepsie 50 Fuller Ave., Hyde Park South Drive, Hyde Park West Market St., Hyde Park 22 West Cedar St., Poughkeepsie Violet Ave., Hyde Park Staatsburg Compton Rd., Hyde Park Compton Rd., Hyde Park Hyde Park East Park Rd., Hyde Park 79 North Rd., Poughkeepsie H.R.S.H., Poughkeepsie Rymph Blvd., Poughkeepsie East Park Rd., Hyde Park Route 9-G, Hyde Park East Dorsey Lane, Poughkeepsie Green Tree Park, Hyde Park 31 Salt Point Rd., Poughkeepsie Dutchess Hill Rd., Poughkeepsie Dutchess Hill Rd., Poughkeepsie 40 Van Wyck Dr., Poughkeepsie 5 Kirchner Ave., Hyde Park East Park, Hyde Park Quaker Lane, Staatsburg Bircher Avenue., Poughkeepsie 401 Salt Point Rd., Poughkeepsie Fallkill Rd., Hyde Park Staatsburg 48 Fairview Ave., Poughkeepsie East Park Rd., Hyde Park 63 Woodlawn Ave., Poughkeepsie Staatsburg Salt Point South Drive, Hyde Park 29 Kelsey Rd., Poughkeepsie 48 Horseshoe Dr., Hyde Park 6 Kilmer Ave., Poughkeepsie BIRTHDAY December 18 November 4 July 26 June 17 November 1 November 18 September 10 January 16 July 26 January 8 March 18 March 19 November 19 October 7 February 27 June 3 October 27 December 11 September 26 December 18 December 19 May 21 June 22 April 5 October 16 March 30 October 19 August 8 September 25 October 9 February 23 January 6 November 22 March 16 April 14 October 27 August 4 April 2 December 23 September 7 September F7 December 19 July 11 July 19 May 7 June 11 July 31 May 11 September 12 August 12 November 16 August 27 July 30 October 12 February 26 August 14 October 14 January 9 20 N. Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park October 22 Page 47 AMBITION Secretary Industrial Arts Mechanical Engineer Dairy Farmer Newspaper Reporter Secretary Navy Man Dancer Secretary Secretary Teacher Salesman Nurse State Trooper College Graduate Nurse Nurse Horse Trainer Pilot Printer Game Protector Hotel Manager Airline Hostess Political Scientist Secretary Printer Conservationist Nurse Toolmaker Agriculturalist Tool Engineer Pressman Jet Pilot Beautician Machinist School Teacher Engineer Typist Doctor Secretary Engineer Traveler Naval Scientist Dietitian Mechanic Typist Nurse Secretary Photographer Secretary Nurse Toolmaker Physicist Electronics Geologist Dancer Draftsman Airline Hostess Beautician .. .. .. .. .. . ....' . .- . .. . .'. . . .. 'I' Gln ln' .. .... .3 . . . . .'. .'. .'.'. .............. so-..:-.....'... . . . . . . .. ... . . "..' .. .. ....' . . . -. .'... .:-:.. '.'. .. ..... .. ..- . ............ ..- -. .......... 5... ....". ..... "' ..'. .' .. . ... 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Johanna Berryann, Elizabeth Hoffmann, Barbara Hill, Barbara Greene, Patricia Kardas, Leah Hadley, Judy Asher, Greta Lauridsen. Second Row: Lloyd Briggs, Patricia Barrett, Carol Allegrante, Linda Kane, Barbara Jubinsky, Caroline Kardas, Nancy Lake, Miss Walker. Third Row: Larry Arentsen, Richard Benward, Daniel Bergen, John Blakley, John Gray, Gary Klein. Fourth Row: Donald Briggs, Frank Guglielmo, Ronald Keene, Charles Kalamas, Ronald Klaproth, Donald Adams. : . 'QQ Front Row, left to right: Bertha Crapser, Mildred Curnan, Janet Creighton, Elise Durr, Carole Faust, Deloris Corey. Second Row: Jay Eitzen, Carol Erts, Alice .Corbo, Barbara Dorn, Gertrude Daley, Brenda Forbes. Third Bow: Barry Deeb, Bruce DuBois, William Fenwick, Andrew Dahl, Charles Geiger. Fourth Row: Harold Cutten, James Gilbert. Page 51 First Row, left to right: Carolyn Medlin, Gwendolyn Luty, Barbara Lynch, Bernadine Marchese, Joan Morrill, Verna Place, Michele O'Neil. Second Row: Patsy Newman, William Richard, Timothy Muenzer, Marilyn Muller, Gary Palmer, Sandra Rose. Third Row: James Pitcher, Thomas Patton. Thomas Richard, Alan Quint, James Quinn, William Peabody. First Row, lei! to right: Donna Taylor, Roberta Wright, Barbara Clements, Lucille Cappo, Janet Cook, Patricia Sullivan, Helen Valdatta, Carol Zwecker. Second Row' Mary Travis, Carol Smith, Barbara Sprinz, Jo-Anne Brenner, Catherine Zeleznik, Judith Bradt, Brenda Byrum. Third Row: Hcniy Golden, Norma S 'th Th ' ' " n mi , omas Van Tassell, Brent Smith, Allan Wexler, Gertrude Ver Nooy. Fourth Row: Anthony Dalbo, Frederick Weiss, John Williams, Harry Towner, Wayne Wil- helm, Eugene Triola. Top Row: George Cole. Page 52 CLASS DF I959 Q.5.X X X X 1 Front Row. left to right: Kenneth Burnett, Dawn Briggs, Helen Brands, Miriam Andros, Carol Cardi- nale, Carmela Conforti, Edward Benson. Second Row: Cargfl Clearwater, Victor Blair, Bruce Bahret, James Bacon, James Corbett, Roy Aspbury, Miss Ross. Third Row: Frank Bessken, Edward Case, Charles Bernzweig, Charles Baker, Vincent Arata, John Arentsen. Front row: Patricia Hegnauer, Patricia Gaddis, Anna DeCandio, Ethel Franz, Dorothy Fells, Jeanne Creighton, Janice Foerschler, Janet Heim, Vera Gjakja. Second row: Gloria Curnan, Catherine- Dav- ies, Gail Fitzpatrick, Barbara Fells, Barbara Hennings, Linda Croshier, Marlene Guercio. Third row: Mariba Deyo, Enno Qroth James Cronk, Roger DeLease, Thomas Fowx, Herman Heller. Fourth row: Robert Fisher, James awkins, William Foster, Richard Day, Francis Dolan. P'-199 53 First Row, left to right: Katherine Hill, Barbara Iko, Jean Kisch, Melinda Kahn, Patricia Lee, Joyce Kitz, Janet Lauridsen, Louise lronsifie, Esther Krzminski. Second Row: Ellen Jago, Patricia Ingalls, Ann Lawlor, Bruno lmperati, Anne Kidd, Jo Ann Kupetz, Shirley Kellie. Third Row: Roger Kael- ber, Arnold Kihlmire, Kenneth Kennedy, Clinton Hoffman, Richard Holden, John Hughes. Fourth Row: Henry Lasher, Lawrence Johnson, Joseph Krebs, Robert Jack, James HowlTfnd. A ,e 'N MH fi H nil' ii A First Row. left to right: Alberta Palmieri, Rita Pizzarelli, Elaine Lord, Virginia Myers, Dorothy Purdy, Bobbette Place, Louise Oviatt. Second Row: Anne Porter, Delia Mancuso, Marielena Mar- chese, Maria Napoli, Joseph Nagy, Mrs. Lahey. Third Row: William Mclntyre, David Paul, Alfred Parsons, Donald Panessa, Silas Recktenwald, Konrad Raab. Fourth Row: Douglas Peterson, Clive Lockwood, Tad Parker, Samuel Maneri, Bruce McGaughey. Fifth Row: William Miller, Lewis Ring, George Mastin, Warren Pedatella, David Ray. Page 54 N xyx X M -1 .ff ssl-Q. Seddon Emlly et Barbara Ann Rogers Thxrd Row: Row Mr Farnum, Fust Row left io rxght Eleanol Txedemann Barbara Van Aken Jan1ce Tlllman Mary Lou Ter- w1111ger Carol Lytle D1ane W1111ams Cheryl Thomas Joyce Van Wagner Second Row Ernest Lytle Rlchard Wayne Charles Veach Eleanor Whxtney Mary Wmg Helen Zaht11a Mrs Young. 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Robert Giammattep ' anguages file .V 63 Alfred Isaacson Industrial Arts onsell Business Marion Webster Mathematics CLASS orlseo mm QI C Q as .i. . . as if 5 First Row: Joyce Dowling, Darla Erts, Judith Weeks, Carol Witherwax. Judy Wilcox. Carol Dyke- man, Elaine Lane, Nancy Breed Briggs. Second row: Kathleen Breen, Sandra Baker. Marth- anne Hamlin, Doris Thacher, Scorza, Carole Velie. Karlene Fish. Janice Badami. Third Row: Guy Will Wayne Van Steenbergh, Robert Hicks, Edward Sadow- ski, Jay Brendan Ryan, James Mayo, John Bodo, William Adams, Thomas First Row: Suzanne Burke, Donna Colton, Eleanor Davies, Paula Mancuso, Sheara Milot, Barbara Aldrich, Lynne Ames, Janet Entrup, Tana Cohn, Mrs. Carman. Second Row: Joanne Buerkert Pamela Guilfoil, Erica Heller, Grace Fuller, Margaret Crantz, Luise Durr, Dorothy Carroll. Third Row: John Loughrey, Frank Breslin, Bruce Ean, Patrick McCarthy, Douglas Smith. John Martell. Fourth Row: Laurence Benge, Edward Bradley, Richard Cole. George Brenner. William Litts, Jay Van Renssalaer. Fifth row: Bruce Lane, George Bucks, Fred Wright, Harold Mailepors. sea .seams - was-sy Ssikifiasi TSX s- was was W R r E t . .. n First Row: Martina Deeb, -Judith Diaz, Cathy Hodge, Gail Corbett, Lucy Vaughn, Patricia Frace, Karen Mancuso, Sandra Williams. Second Row: Gerald Hamill, Michael Savino, Judy Robbins, Nancy Holden, Margaret Toeppen, Edward Prichard, George Wheeler. Third Row: Andrew Oshiver, Har- old Stone, Michael Dalton, Dennis Altic, Harry Comins, Bradford Lucas. Fourth Row: Edward Holden, George Hacken, Richard Thomas, Stephen Ward, Jeffrey Fulmer, Neuman. Bennett. Fifth Row: Brian Parker, James Schofield, William Scheltmeyer, Thomas AndreTv, Carl Klaproth. First Row: Donna Scaglione, Penelope Conners, Nancy Houghtaling, Beverly Haines, Joyce Fuller J H u . . oyce ancock. Second Row. Harry Kxsch, Joyce Van DeWater, Doris Rhodes, William Cronk, Mrs. DeFrancis. Third Row: William Pottenburgh, William Fell. Fourth Row: Charles Thomas Gene Doland, Thomas Rotella, Ronald Hicks, Glenn Scarber. Fifth row: Roy Hornbeck, Jesse Fowler, Ronald Davis. ,Y K, .. sm-Mes - wr X- Firs! Row: Helen Moore, Doris Litaway Bonita Larotond D B , a, onna ooth, Dianne Farnum, Lou- ise Napoli, Sandra Caccoma, Elizabeth Ferrin. Second Row: William Givison, William Bomba, Sandra Petram Car l T l W' ' - , 0 ay or, illiam Prince, Rudolph Gross, James Femenella. Third Row Gegald Pagan, Ggrald Molinari, Arthur Stickle, Richard Van Buskirk Theodore Lee Richard Sch' mi t Mr , . oe. ourth Row: William Rush, William Bronson, Stanley Hite, Charles Buelow, Nel: son Kidder, Roland Bahref First How: Helen Minard, Virginia Dressel, June Anne Goodrich, Audrey .O'Dell, Karen Neilson, Jean Karides, Barbara Soricelli, Therese Ironside, Ingrid Langefoss, Patricia Knapp, Carol Zelez- nik. Second Row: Miss Niles, Georgianna Hubbard, Carol Wagner, Rolene' Porter, Linda Fost-er, Barbara Wiands, Carol Franzg Joan Grzybicki, Carol Hues, Eileen de .Vr1es, Donna Haug. Third Row: Stephen Russell, Dean Fuller, Emmett Miller, Arther Liindsley, Richard Hersh, Richard Freer, Edward Bishop, Thomas Lickona. Fourth Row: Joseph Mahoney, Howard Bowman, Gerard Burke, Milton Ernisse, Christopher Karides, George Kipp. 1 CLASS or I96I First Row: June Kinney, Florence Descy, Carolyn Petram, Dawn Porter, Donna Smith, Barbara Bellock, Jane Hey, Linda Near, Ruth Brown. Second Row: Juanita Green, Bernice lmperati, Mich- ele Berry, Ruth Ericson, Joan Dorn, Janice Stuart, Joseph Van Steenburgh, Wayne Berryann. Third Row: Miss Golda, William Terry, Irving Nolet, Kerry Bishop, Raymond Warringer, Chester Travis, John Grosso. Fourth Row: Edward Dingee, Philip Merritt, John Clements, Charles Fells, Karl Eld- ridge, Ronald Neville. First Row: Virginia Vasta, Shirley Briggs, Cyrene Bollinger, Joan Farrell, Barbara Maxin, Sharon Altman, Cynthia Allan, Grace Shaffer. Second Row: Robert Clearwater, William Smalley, Vincent Birchall, Janet Mayo, Ruth Anderson, Donna Gibson, Joyce Smith. Third Row: Gary Allers, Stephen Kostrna, Charles Rifenburgh, Walter Rakow, William Duke. Fourth Row: Louis Scoma, Ronald Clancy, Richard Leigh, Robert Williams. ill First Row: Betty Swartz, Sandra Hall, Bonnie Bishop, Barbara Pignone, Holly Scaglione, Carol Walsh, Gail Houghtaling. Second Row: Jon Curtis, Gerald Conners, Charles Shaffer, Grace Hoose, Gary Ferguson, Alfred Sutton. Third Row: Mr. Fay, Vernon Minard, Thomas Baxter, Charles Ingles, Joseph Neilson. leaf, First Row: Tracalea Vossler, Jennifer Garlick, Patricia Kidd, Sally Morrill, Gail Moore, Patricia Sweeney, Constance Racine, Linda Dolan. Second Row: Helen Velie, Clifford Benward, Mardelle Siewert, Hope Winslow, John Koch. James Goodrich, Terrence Firman. Third Row: Wayne Re- mond, James Anderson, Michael Senkier, George Haskin, Joseph Prince, Thomas Lloyd, Herbert Van Slyke. Fourth Row: David Towner, William Rydzewski, Harold Williams, Richard Andrew, Stuart Ring. First Row: Margaret Van Vliet, Barbara Martell, Patricia Lewis, Joy Key, Karen Mc Lean, Linda Robinson, Michele Smolenski, Vera Mac Larion, Sandra Seaman. Second Row: Margaret Benward, Christine Gilbert, Gail Green, Judy Henderson, Eilien La Regina, Roslyn Taber, Mary Ann Rose. Third Row: Thomas Kidder, Clayton Pelton, Edmund Smith, Weston Seaman, Donald Bacon, Rich- ard Czech, David Smith. Fourth Row: Jack Sedore, George Ackert, Robert Key, Valentino Sam- marco, Albert Davis, Gregory Rexhouse. First Row: Sandra Kalenich, Diane Gallo, Vivian Lown, Ann Rovere, Ann Whitney, Sally Finley, Lynda Smith, Robert Bomba, Gerald Lockett. Second Row: Priscilla Chader, Judith Lane, Miriam Bergen, Fern Harrison, Nancy Sonberg, Barbara Gray, Diane Miller. Third Row: Duane Blair, Greg- ory Kopp, William Montross, Raymond Nichols, Fred Lord, Thomas Parker, Ronald Signer. Fourth Row: Ronald Homick, Donald Molinaro, Gary Wilcha, Thomas Dean. - ig.. .wi - W rgihgqsg X-9 t ff, Gy?5g05,5i JVLSZQ new al P51 A 0' Q 57' 'b A J W P si Q xml C1915 s ll at wg, , las , CBL pl mW 9 kbs X ww ,yy 6 c foray ll W A ,rf aj gp I A Q 3131. ag? ,Ns Xa S351 A X Firsi Row. left to right: Susan Rieker, Anita Finkeldey, Joyce Fenwick, Paula Delcore, Pauline Janke, Carol Van Vlack, Joseph Jubinsky, Patrick Carswell, Charles Pankenier. Second .Rowz Mary Hatt, Jane Bialosuknia, Joan Stelback, Sandra Benge, Emmett Murphy, Bruce Davidson. Thomas McDonald. Third Row: James Gray. Carl Stadler, David Andros, Ward Todd. First Row, lei! io right: Ann Titus, Mary Davidson, Sheryl Petroe, Star Weiss, Linda Goring, Jo Ann Martino, Marilyn Clay, Virginia Kozial. Second Row: John Taylor, John DeBiase, Richard Lew- is, Penelope Plass, Sally Davis, Donna Van Vlack, Sally Pectal, Bonnie Doe. Third Row: Mr. Monsell. Douglas Mac Farlane, Edward Scutt, David Ferenz, George Hill, Douglass Bradt, James Luckfield, Robert Schamberg, Leslie Ackerman. Fourth Row: James Gunn, John Post, Peter Vander Zwart, John Fitzpatrick, Ray Barnum, Richard Rose. Page 64 iirwyer C ASS OF l962 ra ,Sa . aivjf H "" l fax- NX if I i s I First Row, left to right: Sherry Bolde, Sandra Rockefeller, Dianne Jones, Gladys Baxter, Ruth Wheeler, Kathleen Crapser, Virgina Hackbart, Veronica Corbo. Second Row: Nelson Ferris, Robert Jordy, Robert Dawling, David Jago, Ronald Recktenwald, Frank Robinson, Dennis Lockett. Third Row: Robert Kay, David Mancuso, Dolores Fry, Lydia Ostrander, Yvonne Duke, Sandra -King, R,oberttBIurnett, Miss Arrin. Fourth Row: Franklin Noonan, Marquis, Van De Water, Arthur Bell, incen ones. viii? S f First Row. left to right: Joyce Jones, Rose Marie Creighton, Sharin Cole, Linda Burr, Linda Hub- bard, Joan Lafferty, Joyce Wooley, Doris Best. Second Row: Veronica Stanton, Velma Hover, Elaine Johns, John Burgin, Robert Fell, Walter' Merritt, Edward Hornbeck, Chinita Higginbothm. Third Row: Robert Anderson, John Rifenburg, Edwin Purdy, Douglas Hite, David Conklin, Howard Velie, gelclrge Day. Fourth Row: Mr. Giammatteo, Ted Fortino, Richard Ernisse, James Jeffrey, David a er. First Row. left to right: Mary Ann Corrado, Dona Allegrante, Jessie Green, Carol Nash, Betty Turner, Sarah Palmieri, William Boughton, Ronald Delease, Alan Van Buskirk. Second Row: Joyce Walsh, William Curtiss, Robert Kihlmire, Roger Hoose, Harold Reeder, Roy Beneway, Leslie Nameth. 3 L S si' Tp!! 'vga sf: Nga' e' .L -5 -'N 1 .g,. gf! rx W , Q I, Ay- Xen .:,rlx,:?,:'5' xc'-rdf' I .3 kN' R, She 3 NX.-v V. 1, 1,51 . Q far t " ef is 3-N3 .... P :,k -f rw.. Front Row. left io right: Gay Wilhelm, Anna Marie Riedinger, Patricia Gizzi, Judith Hey, Linda Cardinale, Linda Fronefield, Sandra Leavy, Donna Ledoux, Jane Myers, Linda Birchallj Second Row: Nancy Erts, Anne DeLaVergne, Matthew Lawless. Carlyn Kostrna, Sandra Fish, Sheila Re- mond, Concetta Baliszewski. Lynn Schellig, Wayne Quint, Hugh Smith, Peter Bronson, Peter Re- lyea. Third Row: Kenneth DeGroodt, Gerald Lowe. Richard Anderson, Ernest Haegler, Bruce Sinon, Ronald Johannesen, Thomas Jones, Richard Nicholson, Miss McCrank. ,ou Front Row. left to right: Linda Sweet, Patricia Breslin, Diane Muller, Barbara Stoll, Sharon Straub, Isabelle Stanton, Sharon MacBrien, Karen Galloway, Donna DeGroff. Second Row: Patricia Smith, Linda Rose, Martie DeFranco, Margaret Swenson, Sandra Plass, Gertrude Deeb, Joan Cutten. Third Row: Robert Wood, Joseph Spingola, William Dressel, Arthur Martin, Patrick Burke, Rich- ard Anderson, Kenneth Boughton. Mr. DeFrancis, Fourih Row: Peter Albrecht, Robert Knapp, Peter Heller, George Moran, Robert Bechard, Lawrence Platter, Raymond Ferrin. lf rrr. I-'roni Row. left to right: Patricia Tighe, Barbara Cardinale, Jane Thomas, Hedy Preuss, Linda Fisher, Jane Masterson, Barbara Gryzbicki, Joann Wheelon. Second Row: Ernestine Taylor, Nancy But- ler, Sharon Beers, Emily Young, Carol Tompkins, Ruth Chader, Dawn Smith, Robert Emmer, Tho- mas Hahn. Third Row: Michael fWhite, Wayne Reiche, Robert Breed, Charles Taylor, Larry Young, Stephen Harrison, Howard Stalker, Charles Smith. Fourth Row: Mr. DeFrancis, George Rymph, John Stratton, Keith Troccia, Richard Cooklish, Gary Rudler, Raymond Travis, Mr. Cutler. vt.,-"4"""-5. Front Row, left to right: Barbara Toeppen, Merrily Milano, Betsy Titus, Margaret Trotter, Richard Wadsworth, Jerry Tschudln, Davld Plummer, Robert Flora. Second Row: James Triche, Matthew Ca- hill, Costa Kolias, Donald King, Norman Christensen, James Duke. Third Row: Alexander Areno, Edward Peabody. 1535 ss, SSX .. Front Row, left io right: June Muenzer, Vivian Deyo, Lorraine Bush, Betty Lou Weeks, Joyce Kel- ly, Elaine Adams, Grace Essig, Mary Garvey, Ronald Hersh. Second Row: Bonnie Yost, Joanne Givison, Melodye Champion, Kathleen Malone, Mary Kinney, Heather Tucker, Elizabeth Carroll, Valerie Thomas. Third Row: Marion Briggs, Joann Laccetti, James Fulmer, Roland Schiera, Mich- ael Leschot, Louis Andre, William Raspa. Fourth Row: Karen Todd, Virginia Trani, Jane Strom. OWL, fl qwjylwgfww j ixlwwvi to Roosevelt 'gh School are greeted'by a new sight -- the ilan nior High School recently constructed nearby. This new addi- t n t Hyde Park school district has permitted both senior and G ' juni divisions to return to full day classes. The Class of '57 extends sl its b st ishes to Mr. Trani and the members of the junior high faculty for 78 Mythe fort E1g years. I go WOmyfJdvyy 5 --u C M 165 SENIGR HIGH GE ER x - x Se ORGAN ZATIO Front Row. left to right: Gertrude Daly, Janet Creighton, Miriam Andros, Elaine Lord, Diana Deckei Virginia Burke. Second Row: Patricia Newman, Dean Chapman, Carol Smith, John Welch, Barbara Stokiocki. Third Row: Donald Adams, William Sw ensen, Mrs. Pearson, William Miller, Jack Gray The General Organization of Roosevelt High School is comprised of the entire student body, The Student Council is the representative body of the organization. There are five senior representatives, and one from each junior and sophomore homeroom. Under the guidance of Mr. Pearson, the Student Council endeavors to promote citizenship, leadership, and co- operation among the students, and to en- courage the expression of opinion on school policies. The 1956-57 officers are: President, John Welch, Vice-President, Ginny Burke, Secretary, Patsy Newman, Treasurer, Don- ald Adams. Two other posts of importance, Assembly Chairman and Letter Awards Chairman, are held by Diana Decker and Dean Chapman respectively. Pcxqe 70 Ju lolz HIGH GE ER L ORGANIZATIO Row One, left io right: Ruth Ann Wheeler, Karen McLean, Anita Finkelday, Penny Conners, Dona Allegrante, Carlyn Kostrna, Sandy Fish, Joan Cutten, Margaret Swenson, Janice Stuart. Row Two: Bonnie Doe, Eileen LaRegina, Shirley Briggs, Ann Titus, Sandra Kalenick, Doris Thacher, Eleanor Davies, Doris Litaway. Row Three: Mr. Trani, Janet Entrup, Donna Colton, Carol Nash, Mardelle Sie- wert, Linda Foster, Barbara Pignone. Row Four:Robert Jordy, Terrence Firman, James Duke, Greg- ory Kopp, William Smalley, Richard Wadsworth, Wayne Berryann. Row Five: Pete Foote, William Litts, Richard Thomas, Steve Ward, Jeff Fulmer, Emmett Murphy, Charles Ingles. The Junior High Student Council has A the same functions as the Senior High iral 1 Council. It promotes the development of leadership, democracy and cooperation. The Council this year has had to solve many new pressing problems centered around the occupancy of the new Junior High building. It has done much in estab- lishing new rules and procedures which will be followed in the years to come. This year's officers are: President, Jeff Fulmerg Vice-President, Doris Litawayg Secretary, Anita Finkelday, and Treasurer, Doris Thacher. This Council is advised by Mr. Trani. Page 71 THE QRBIT First Row: Diana Decker, Rachel Farrier, Carol Wohlfahrt, Jean Comiskey, Beverly Pittman, Jac- queline McCormack, Martha Strever, and Mrs. Rosenberg. Second Row: Alberta Ironside, Sandra Mahoney, Susan Bock, Lynne Wilson, Ellen Dickinson, Jacqueline Frace and Charlyn Chlanda. Third Row: Virginia Burke, Thelma Emmer, Patricia Lyon, Elizabeth Christensen, Joanne Derr, Penelope Phelps, and Louise Van Vliet. Fourth Row: BarryTitus, James Flynn, Ronald Cerrone, Frederick Trani and John Welch. After much hard work and time, the ORBIT staff has produced a yearbook which we hope will never be forgotten and always enjoyed. ,r THE ORBIT STAFF Editor .-r r .- ,r r, ,r M L,iV1rg1n1a Burke Associate Editor r L ,James Flynn Literary Staff E. Charlyn Chlanda, Diane Decker, Ellen Dickinson, Joanne Derr, Jacqueline McCormack, Sandra Ma- honey, Jacqueline Frace, Rachel Far- rier, Martha Strever, Louise Van Vliet, Frederick Trani, Thelma Emmer. Art Alberta Ironside Ronald Cerrone Photography Penelope Phelps, John Welch, and Frederick Trani Business Manager or , r Barry Titus Advertising , r,., Beverly Pittman, Elizabeth Christensen, Lynne Wilson and Carol Wohlfahrt Page 72 THE ATIQNAL HO QR SCCIETY First Row, lefi to right: Penny Phelps, Diana Decker, Dean Chapman, Mary Ann Guglielmo Linda Petty. Second Row: Barbara Titus, Martha Strever, Charlyn Chlanda, Virginia Burke Miss Walker Third Row: Barry Titus, James Flynn, Roger Crasper, Barbara Wagner, John Welch The National Honor Society gives re- cognition to high school upperclassmen who show superior achievement in scholar- ship, character, leadership, and service. It is a distinct honor to be selected for mem- bership in this' organization which has chapters in hundreds of American high schools. Members are elected by a joint committee from the society and the school faculty. ln addition to recognition of ex- cellence, the society aims to encourage high standards within the school. Officers of this year's group were: President, Dean Chapmang Vice-President, Diana Decker, Secretary, Mary Ann Guglielmog and Treasurer, Penelope Phelps. The faculty committee includes Miss Walker, Miss Fredriksen, Miss Roach and Mrs. Erwood. Page 73 , F sssaNannaNsA--saws THE ATIGNA THESPIA SOCIETY First Row: Jacqueline McCormack, Mary Ann Guglielmo. Diana Decker. Penny Phelps. Second Row: Frederick Trani, David Fenwick, Ronald Cerrone, Henry Hofmann. Top Michael Ward. The National Thespian Society is an honor group which gives recognition to those students who show interest and abili- ty. It offers excellent opportunities to pro- mote appreciation of theater arts. In order to become eligible for this so- ciety a student must earn a certain num- ber of points allotted for participation in any phase of dramatic production - act- ing, stage work, make-up or directing. The director of the R.H.S. chapter is Miss Bar- bara Ross. SENIOR HIGH MO ITORS Front Row. left to right: Janet Cook, Sus- an Bock, Martha Stre- ver, Diana Decker, Carolyn Medlin. Sec- ond Row: Barry Titus. Andrew Dahl, Brenda Forbes, Frederick Tra- ni. Third Row: Wayne Wilhelm, Bruce Du- Bois. Michael Ward. The monitor system is made up of seven students from the Haviland Junior High School and twelve students from R.H.S. who are responsible for traffic control in the cor- ridors. The senior high members. under the direction of Mr. Simmons. are chosen by the Student Council and approved by the faculty. This organization helps to keep the traffic p moving smoothly throughout the entire school day by enforcing law and order in the I halls between classes. Frederick Trani is in charge of the monitors and Michael Ward heads the locker monitors, a subdivision of this group. Eleanor Davies is the captain of the monitor system at the Haviland Junior High School. Because safety for all students I lies in the hands of this organization, we commend them on the splendid work that they perform daily. Ju lolz t HIGH M0 ITCJRS i Front Row, left io right: Richard Thomas. Mardelle Siewert, Dor- is Thacher, Eleanor Davis. Second Row: William Givison, Stev- en Ward, William Litts. NS 00004 oc ' sezamgniaa 5'5'535n53fl trivia 0 0 450 -553535354563 to 0 4 0 0 4 Elililgliablb , First Row, left to right: Joanne Derr, Carol Kardas, Timothy Muenzer, Douglas Peterson, Norman Smith, John Saltis, Herman Heller, Barbara Greene, Florence Vandercar, Louise Van Vliet, Barry Titus. Second Row: Mr. Musselman, James Howland, Kenneth Kennedy, Louis Ring, Charles Gei- ger, Donna Booth, Edward Bishop, Dean Chapman, Dean Fuller, Catherine Hodge, Andrew Dahl, Susan Bock, Jane Bircher. Third Row: Jean Van Slyke, Doreen SHFZHCCO, Eugene Terry, Vincent Buck, Roy Aspbury, Tad Parker, John Hughes, Wesley Henion, Arnold Kihlmire, Stephen Russell, Michael Sankier, Melinda Kahn, Janet Creighton. fl. K gg s' i . Although the band is seen at many extra- p 5 5 i l curricular activities, it is part of the curricu- K' lum and offers Regents credit points. The or- ip p fi ganization offers opportunity for work and A for fun, for individual achievement and ser- , , s'i1 if . vice to the schoolq i X Despite reduced rehearsal time, the direct- or, Mr. Musselman, achieved results of which the school is proud. Forty members - some i enthusiastic beginners and others advanced, i W- competent veterans - help to gain this suc- v cess. A Appearing with the band on special occa- ,rs sions are the twirlers, also directed by Mr. Q g ,4 Musselman. Ln the 1955-'56 state competition, M5 ' A J three of these girls won A ratings for both - Q individual and group appearances. Through- 1 s psis r,,, out the year they added considerable color p psp, ppr,,pp, i W and pep to band performances. as A i . The officers of the band this year are: . J ii,,, pti,, p 1 .XX President, Barry Titus, Vice-President, Susan 5 i 1 i Bock, Secretary, Joanne Derrg and Treasurer, Dean Chapman. News X ,X isis, Wear? Q - 1: -. :. .i.'rf:.:Er?l : s- ii X? 15-1 5 Qi- ,EI 1 i ' - it f - J., -- -- has j I ff- 2: ' :ff -. w as-, rag N :STS Sig, Ss FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA First Row. left io right: Gertrude Daly, Elizabeth Hoffmann. Roberta Wright, Jeann Comiskey, Mar- tha Strever, Carmela Conforti, Linda Croshier. Second Row: Margaret Tator, Ellen Jago, Janet Cook, Charlyn Chlanda, Sandra Rose, Joanne Corbo, Third Row: Barbara Sprinz, John Freer, Mrs. Ken- nedy, Jack Gray, Penelope Shutrits, Vera Gjakja. Future Teachers of America is a club which provides any Senior High student interested in teaching, with the opportuni- ty of visiting the various district schools and observing teaching methods. Many of the members have helped with the instruc- tion of various subjects or actually con- ducted a class with the teacher's super- vision. At meetings, members discuss their various experiences, and ideas concerning different phases of teaching are also dis- cussed. Officers for this year are: Presi- dent, Charlyn Chlandag Vice-President, John Gray, Secretary, Margaret Tatorg Treasurer, Martha Strever. Mrs. Lenore Kennedy is the advisor for the group. 'si Page 77 CLASS The Class of 1957 presented "Dear Ruth" by Norman Krasna A comedy in three acts on March 16, 1956 CAST: In order of their appearance Dora ,...,..1........... Nancy Reidenger Mrs. Edith Wilkins ...... Penelope Phelps Miriam Wilkins .... Mary Ann Guglielmo Judge Harry Wilkins ....11 David Fenwick Ruth Wilkins ,,......... Charlyn Chlanda Lt. William Seawright ..--Ronald Cerrone Albert Kummer ......,.. Henry Hofmann Martha Seawright ...1..1... Patricia Cole Sgt. Chuck Vincent ...... Frederick Trani Harold Klobbermeyer ..-.. Michael Ward Directed by Mr. William Clauss and Mr. Henry Werle Student Director: Alice Long Stage Manager: Diana Decker Properties: Susan Bock Prompters: Barbara Titus, Carol Wohl- fahrt and Vardina D'Amico Scenery: Thomas Erts, Alberta Ironside, Margaret Ironside, Barry Titus, Rob- ert Warwick, Gerald Stickles and Karl J ohannessen Publicity: Michael Kahn and Gertrude Michael Jones Tickets: Virginia Burke, Thelma Emmer and Fred Andros Usherettes: Patricia Lyon, Barbara Wag- ner, Dorothy McCarty and Barbara pEntrup 1 The Class of 1957 presented "Meet Corliss Archer" w by F. Hugh Herbert A comedy in three acts on October 26, 1957 CAST in order of their appearance Corliss Archer .... Mary Ann Guglielmo Mr. Archer .....,-....... David Fenwick Mrs. Archer -..- ..... Margaret Ironsides Louise ......... ..,..-... A lice Long Mildred .....r... ..... P atricia Cole. Dexter Franklin -r- ----Frederick Trani Mr. Franklin --- ..r... Michael Ward Mrs. Franklin .... --L,-Penelope Phelps Cousin Agnes .... ..... J 'acqueline Frace The Doctor r,... .... H enry Hofmann Betty --, ....r .. .....r.r.. Nancy Reidenger The Nurse ....... .C ...... Ellen Dickenson Directed by Miss Barbara Ross, Mr. Wil- liamg Clauss and Mr. Henry Werle Stage Manager: Diana Decker Properties: Susan Bock and Thelma Emmer Scenery: Dean Chapman, Barry Titus, Fred Andros, Thomas Erts and Karl Johannessen Tickets: Prudence Pelton, Charlyn Chlan- da, Linda Petty and Virginia Burke Usherettes: Jane Bircher, Patricia Lyon, Jacqueline McCormack, and Marguer- ite Fitzpatrick - - 'l'fiii5 r L.hW A. .A. Row One. left io right: Donald Holden, Pru- dence Pelton, Alberta lronside, M a rg a r e t Ironside, Charlyn Chlanda, Penelope Phelps, Jo-Anne Bren- ner, Harold Rhodes. Row Two: Dean Chap- man, Timothy Muen- zer, Gary Klein, Dave Fenwick, Bruce Bah- ret, Richard Holden, Kenneth Kennedy. Row Three: David Paul, Clive Lockwood, George Mastin, Henry Hofmann, Jay Eitzen, Percy Velie, Harry Towner. Row Four: Donald Adams, Law- rence Johnson, Will- iam Mclntyre, Michael .Ward, James Gilbert, Jack Gray, Alan Asp- bury. The Audio Visual Aids Service Organization is made up of two separate units, the Junior High and the Senior High. Members are those students who are interested in learning the operation and handling of such equipment as: movie projectors, tape recorders, public address systems, and phonographs. The clubs provide educational and entertainment fa- cilities in the classrooms, as well as prograams outside of school. Officers of the senior A.V.A.S.O. this year are: President, Dean Chapman, Secretary, Alberta Ironside. Row One lei! to righti R o n ald Johannesen, Charles Pankenie r, Gerald Hamill, Peter Keller, Matthew, Law- less, Richard Ander- son, Alfred Sutton, Raymond Nichols. Row Two: Richard Thomas, William Litts, James Gray, Ray Barnum, Thomas Parker Thomas Lickona, Richard Czech, Bruce Davidson. Row Three: Gregory Rexhouse, Ward Todd, Valentino Sammarco, David Smith, Tom D e a n, Thomas Baxter, Mr. Monsell. Row Four: Jack Bodo, Stephen Ward, J e f f Fulmer, George Kipp, Arthur Bell. ww X 'Q ' FXfX.X . WX-.XXS X X X X - ..xb X XX .. X X X X X S S A Y 5: :S 1, . m a Xt mx x X X f K X X9 LA W 1 fi-'T:. X X X ,Q X K ga WRX X X XX we X XX XS a5e:g:s::,.5::5sX 'Q K- 1 X X QQ X X Q X. X WX E MW qi--,X X QXNXSSXXXX 747,111.1 if X - f Cafe- teria STAFF Left to Right: Mrs. Herman, Mrs. M o o r e, Mrs. Ta y 1 o r, Mrs. K a is e r. Custo- dians Left to Right Mrs. Watts Mr. Fowler Mr. Watts. 1 o Q -5 Mr. B o c k e e, Q 1- . s1 4 wx 9 Q s s X Q Nj? Q R Q X X X sf OFFICE STAFF Left io Right: Mrs. DeWe11s, Mrs. Love, Mrs. O'Rei11y, Mrs. Trani, Mrs. David- son, Mrs. Les- chot. ali!" s . sf as ge A .. fs' r Jij - A vw, . '1 1, ff Q1 P XM x -Z tu L O !'5 .iiqbgcgfk FQQTB i Fix-si Row, left to right: Ted Plass, Ronald Klaprot h, Ronald Keene, Frank Guglielmo, Donald Briggs, William Weiss, Jack Matthews, Brent Smith, Charles Geiger, Bill Peabody, Gary Palmer. Second Row: Vincent Arata, Bill Foster, James Wager, Ja mes Vogt, James Quinn, John Hughes, Arnold Kihlrnire. Third Row: Mr. Miller, Bill Mclntyre, Gary Veeder, Bill Swensen, Bill Terry, Edward Case, Samuel Maneri, Wayne Wilhelm. The 1956 ROOSEVELT football squad Lme'uP was one of the youngest and smallest ever to present itself to Coach Farnum for fall LE James Wager training. It had only two of its starting LT Jack Matthews line-up returning from the 1955 team and LG Donald Briggs numbered a mere 20 players. , With this inexperienced, green squad C B111 Swensen of players Coach Farnum worked tireless- RG Lloyd Briggs ly to build a team. The result, although not RT William Weiss shown in the score books, was a group of , boys who learned the game from scratch RE James Qumn and added some experience for the future. QB Brent Smith Left end James Wager, a sophomore, HB FrankGug1ie1mO was selected for the All-County second team, a symbol of the youth and spirit of HB Ronald Keene the team. FB Arnold Kihlmire Page 84 M5396 'inf .ff IJ.. f W5 Q M WW Q ,U M SOCCER First Row: George Rings, Robert Fisher, William Morris, Donald Panessa, Kenneth Devens Richard Day, Roger Crasper, James Holland. Second Row: Manager Herman Heller, Joseph LaRosa1 Richard Sweet, Tad Parker, Frederick Trani, Vincent Buck, Ivor Dingae, George O'Dell, Donald Adams, Richard Benward, David Sten, Coach Sunderland. During the 1956 soccer season the R.H.S. team, with a record of five wins and three losses, fought its way to second place in the D.C.S.L. Coach Wayne Sunderland did a fine job in filling the places of five of his starters that were lost through grad- uation, and despite many injuries, brought the team to its present position. The games, better attended by spectators than usual, were full of color and speed, and often featured rough play.. Four of the team made the All-County team and played a game with Westchester County's All-Stars. These boys were Ken Devens, George O'Dell, Bill Morris, and Roger Crapser. All are seniors and leave a sizable gap in next year's line-up. Page 86 GOLF Left io Right: Jon Alley, Donald Holden, Roger Crasper, Charles Kalamas. The 1956 golf squad, under the direction of Mr. Frank Tafuro, put in a worthwhile season of golfing, although their record was not tremendous. The Roosevelt squad, con- sisting of J on Alley, Kenneth Schwartz, Don- ald Holden, Roger Crapser, Charles Kalamas and Harold Cutten, was victorious in three of its nine meets, but expects a more suc- cessful season in '57, for only one player, Jon Alley, will be missing from the line-up. Among the schools that the R.H.S. putters faced were Arlington, Beacon, Red Hook, Catskill and Oakwood. Mr. Tafuro, in his first season as coach, did a very commendable job and is looking forward to next year's season of golf with much enthusiasm. Golf, although not a major sport, is becom- ing increasingly more popular in this area, and quite a few other schools are taking it on as a part of their athletic curriculum. Page 87 to ARSITY BASKETB LL X: Y New Paltz .... --.. Marlboro ..... .-,,- Dover Plains --,- --- Highland .-r,--- --- Marlboro -.- o,oo -,- Pine Plains Wappingers New Paltz ,--o, M- Beacon --. .... M-- Highland ---, Pine Plains Arlington -- C.F.M.A. -- Beacon ---.- Arlington --- C.F.M.A. ..... - M., Wappingers iHorace Greeley --- --- 4. . '- 'Harrison ............ M W ass "B" Tournament UKEQJSQ R.H.s. - R.H.s. - R.H.S. - R.H.s.a R.H.s. - R.H.S. - R.H.S. - RJ-LS. - R.H.S. - R.H.S. - R.H.s. - R.H.S. - R.H.S. - R.H.s. - R.H.s. - R.H.S. - R.H.S. - R.H.s. - R.H.S. P 2 i ' J 7' S 1 Q. Si as Q2 'gi Exziflfl ' MN .L i ,::, x 1 S gg ,o . 3 P . ' ' N, X s :YSPQQ , if ' ' R .i sa i h, , ' My z . i is f 2, . ' - - ' ,sg gsfi ff Z N Q ,Q 5' gi 1 .Ns , i f is NN i ii! Q . ' V a 5 Qi Q g 'lx l JJ VN ' ' S is X, C ' K l .S PM K L5 i . Q 155' . E N Q .:k:IE 5 5 2. ig? sag X ff K f ai :sxgi X X a ,, ,. if 2 ' 2 ssaas .. 5 5 it .. S S .NE it ,S in .. irrr SJ .rig R N X w N N F f X I i X l wk? 3 X E 5 Q EXW s E i 2 si i is ,,,,, ,,i, , ,, Page 88 First Row, left to right: John Welch, Fred Weiss, Ivor Dmgae Bruce DuBois James Gilbert George Johnson. Second Row: Robert Sunderland, Ronald Keene Thomas Erts George Cole Kenneth Dev ens, David Sten, James Wager, Glenn Santmire. The basketball squad of the 1957 season was one of the surprise packages of the Roosevelt sports pic- ture. With only two of his five starters from the 1956 team returning and the task of developing a new center and two forwards facing him, Coach Lewis had a very difficult bill to fill. In 6'2" Fred Weiss, a junior with no previous experience, Coach Lewis found his center and in John Welch, Bruce DuBois and George Johnson, he found his forwards. These boys, plus returning guards Ike Dingae and Jim Gil- bert, formed the big six that led the team to second place standings in the League and a playoff in the Class "B" tournament at White Plains. The squad, despite the loss of three of its players due to eligibility in mid-season, faced up Well under the opposition of the area schools and finished the year with a 12-5 record. Its record in the D.C.S.L. play was 3 wins and 3 losses, which put them second only to Arlington in the League. In view of the fact that three of the starting five are returning next year and the great potential shown by the Junior Varsity players, hopes are high for an even more successful season next year. Page 89 JU ICR VARSITY BASKETB LL is , r First Row. lei! io right: Jerry Anderson, Doug Peterson, Bill Miller, Bill Swenson, Lou Rings, Dave Sten. Second Row: Lou Sala, Tom Fowx, Dick Sweet, Jim Wager, Gary Veeder, Jim Bacon, Coach Sunderland. This year's Junior Varsity basketball squad has been a great encouragement to Roosevelt rooters both past and present, be- cause of its great potential. This team has the height of Doug Peterson, Bill Miller, Lou Rings, and Bill Swenson, all of whom are over 5'1l", and the speed and shooting skill of Jerry Anderson, Jim Wager and Dave Sten. All of the boys on the squad are sopho- mores, which gives them two more years of basketball and an open shot at the VARSITY squad next year. The J.V. team finished the season with a fine record of 12 wins and 5 losses. These boys played a great season of basketball, and thanks to Coach Sunderland, they gained an immeasurable amount of experience and knowledge by it. Page 90 VARSITY BASEB LL-I956 E ' as . - a ES The baseball team of 1956 was one of the finest in recent years at R.H.S. Under the coach- ing of Mr. Sunderland the boys brought home the oft-mentioned "bacon" which is better known as the DCSL crown. Although they were defeated by Rhinebeck in the play-offs, the boys maintained a solid and commendable record. The nucleus of the squad was made-up chief- ly of seniors, who will not be playing next sea- son and will be missed. J oe Manfredi, Tom Ce- rulli, John Dorn, Dick Byrum, Jim Depew and Tom Mahar are among the boys leaving. The re- maining members of this squad with the experi- ence they gained this season, will undoubtedly uphold the traditions of the school in 1957. Page 91 CREW-I956 K Varsity Shell: Louis Frost, George Caccoma, Gordon Adams, Jack Arnt, John Pretak. Crew, in the spring of 1956, reached a new high for sports at R.H.S. It was the first team from Roosevelt ever to win a National Championship in any form of sport. The var- sity boat of George Caccoma, John Pretak, Jack Arnt, Gordon Adams and coxswain Lou Frost outraced eight other contenders to win the Senior National Championship Four-oar- ed trophy. The other schools came from as far south-as'Virginia, as far west as Detroit, and as far north as Canada. 7 A ' A The season as a whole was successful and under the expert coaching and training of Edson Decker, a former Navy oarsman, R.H.S. had its best year since Crew began in 1950. The season consisted of six races, all ro wed on the Hudson River except one, which was raced in Salisbury, Connecticut. The big local race of the year, the Triangular, be- tween R.H.S., Arlington, and Poughkeepsie was won by R.H.S. with one first and two seconds. The boatings of the crews during the fin al weeks of the season werezd A Varsity Shell stroke - George Caccoma 3rd man - Gordon Adams 2nd man - Jack Arnt bow - John Pretak cox - Lou Frost A Junior Varsity stroke - Frank Guglielmo 3rd man -,Ronald Heim ' 2nd many-r Michael Ward bow Jack Gray I ' cox 4- Frank Becker Page 92 3rd Varsity stroke -- Larry Kardas 3rd man - Robert Bradshaw 2nd man -- Kenneth Devans .bow - Rick Trani 'A cox - Andrew Dahl i six X 5 Q- ...se . X . - Si-Q-:: lr:i5'X??QL3 x 'W x V Nui, an-M 'JS W - - X A-.WW " K As X--X .. M - . Eg: - ij w ' W Nffyl q M y ... .. x 'BX.QxQ,5 TN K K' I . QQ ,. . K ,Q .1 gfll irl, - A - A A' . vw .x.fQ5fW ww fil - dwg R 5 K 9 KX ki ggiiw gp fffkxwx-mf mgmgm-mug-' .. k .Wg Lx-f:l1.sgf22f4Q,. - 5 -. X X .x., lk,M.5wqs35Q,, A.- 1. Page 93 QQYARSITY CHEERLE DER 6? Ci all af Q? gt- 1-'irsf Row. left io righiz Marguerite Fitzpatrick, Miss Diaz, Dorothy McCarty. Second Row: Gwen- dolyn Luty, Jean Comiskey, Mary Travis, Patricia Kardas. Third Row: Sandra Rose, Gertrude Daley, Donna Taylor, Elise Durr. Fourth Row: Judith Bradt, Joan Morrill, Jacqueline McCormack, Bren- :la Forbes. A team is like a scientific experiment: if it is to be successful, there must be some- thing to back it up. R.H.S. teams had this something, the cheerleaders. With the help of our coach, Miss Lucille Diaz, the school has had two squads that compare very favorably with any others in their history. ' For the Varsity Cheerleaders, under the direction of co-captains Dot McCarty and Margie Fitzpatrick, it will be a long remembered season. They were present at all the football games and did their best to keep the spectators cheering and to build the morale of the team. During basketball season they helped the boys beat some very difficult op- position by giving them the encouragement needed for victory. Their precision perform- ances showed the result of many hours of carefully planned and directed rehearsing. As for the J unior-Varsity squad, they al so did a superb job in promoting victory for their team. Their presence and untiring effort at all the soccer and J .V. basketball games gave their teams the desire to exert every effort to win. Captain Ann Lawlor and Co- captain Patty Ingalls worked with their squad to make this peppy group one of the finest. Page 94 JU IOR VARSITY CHEERLE DER Z , ,L 5, my Y l. ,aa s s 5 ... lf s X s M Q . l s -S. M J ' K as wwmwmwas he . Left to right: Sandra Chapman, Janet Heim, Ann Lawlor, Patricia Ingalls, Patricia Hegnauer, Linda Croshier, Jo Anne Senkier, Ellen Jago, Mary Lou Terwilliger. Center: Miss Diaz, Margaret Tator. 5 Q . .F 0 Page 95 VAR CITY CLUB From Row. left to right: Lloyd Briggs, Roger Crapser, George O'Dell, Brent Smith,.William Morris, John Welch. Second Row: James Gilbert, James Quinn, Kenneth Devens, Wayne. Wilhelm, Fredrick Trani, Michael Ward. Third Row: Donald Briggs, John Matthews, William Weiss, Harold Cutten, MMM 4,6600 A7?y,,.g,,AfafL'-'free' George Caccoma, Anthony Dalbo. The Varsity Club, under the advisorship of Edson Decker, the crew coach, had quite a successful year and improved its standards considerably. The club consists of boys who have earned at least one Varsity letter in Crew, Foot- ball, Basketball, or Soccer. A candidate for the club, in addition to having earned a Var- sity letter, must be passing all of his subjects. After an initiation period of several weeks the candidates become full-fledged members of the organization. Through the combined efforts of President George Caccoma and Coach Decker, the Varsity Club went to the Yale-Princeton football game, had a hayride, and put on a movie and dance night with the cheerleaders. The club's main purpose is to encourage participation and sportsmanship in athletics and to provide a goal toward which the boys may strive. Page 96 W Q . mx Q1 Nw X NS S ,N . x X bu- ,.,:,..x-: : M A 1? TEM .xx -.l Q x xx . A x E ' .ESA , N, X wx -.Q W X Y XX -A x .X X--it -X X XX i X 3 -S Q x X X NS XSEY ZZ? ,Hu AJ ,Q . ,cm Jen? ,Z 422.1 62411 SW 7900+ Sa V2 vw 211 dw af dc Z' ff 524' IZI JM The Hyde Park Beauty Box 39 S. Post Road Hyde Park, N.Y. Phone CA 9-2646 Dairy Queen "THE QUEEN OF ICE CREAM" Albany Post Road Hyde Park A 5 Cimplimen s s A A ff Gilnack Trucking Co. Hyde Pork, N. Y. 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